Kashmir Package-Srinagar-Gulmarg-Sonamarg-Pahalgam

Kashmir Package-Srinagar-Gulmarg-Sonamarg-Pahalgam

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Day 1:                         Srinagar arrival
Our services will start with your arrival at Srinagar airport, you will be met by our representative and transfer you to Deluxe Houseboat / Hotel. Evening enjoy shikararide tour which will cover Charchinar, Floating Gardens, Canals etc. Dinner & Overnight Srinagar.  

Day 2:                        Srinagar – Local Sightseeing
After breakfast take the half day tour of world famous Mughal Gardens visiting the Nishat Bagh (The garden of pleasure) and Shalimar Bagh (Abode of love). In the afternoon Shikara ride on The Dal Lake to enjoy the beauty that God has graced this city with which is often compared to Venice. You will get a view of some very interesting Places around the Lake. Dinner & Overnight at Srinagar.

Day 3:                         Srinagar – Gulmarg – Srinagar (56 Km, 1½ hrs One Way)
Full day excursion trip to Gulmarg (2440 Meters above Sea level) - it is one of the most beautiful hill station in this world and also called meadows of flower. It has world highest golf course (World Highest) and Gulmarg is also famous for winter sports skiing etc. Enjoy guided sightseeing of Gulmarg also enjoy Gondola ride (Cable car, own cost) from Gulmarg to Khilan. Return back to Srinagar. Overnight Srinagar.

Day 4:                         Srinagar – Pahalgam – Srinagar (94 km, 3 hrs One Way)
Today enjoy full day excursion trip to Pahalgam (2440 Meters above Sea level). En-route visit Saffron fields, Anantnag Sulphur Springs. Drive through the green pine forest and along the Lidder River. Return back to Srinagar. Overnight Srinagar. (Chandanwari sightseeing will be not included)

Day 5:                         Srinagar – Sonmarg – Srinagar (84 km, 2½ hrs One Way)
Enjoy full day trip to Sonmarg (Meadow of Gold) also called Gateway to Laddakh. Sonmarg with altitude of 2690 Meters is the most beautiful drive from Srinagar. One can ride on horse to visit to Thajewas Glacier where snow remains round the year. Return back to Srinagar. Overnight Srinagar.

Day 6:                         Srinagar – Delhi
After breakfast, transfer to Srinagar airport for your onward flight back home.

End of the Tour

Clashes flared along the 740-km (445-mile) Line of Control that divides Kashmir on August 6 when five Indian soldiers were ambushed and killed in the Poonch region. New Delhi blamed the attack on the Pakistan army. Islamabad denied involvement.

While tit-for-tat shelling and machinegun fire are common along the LoC the current round of fighting is one of the most intense since a ceasefire signed in 2003. It has been linked to protests in both countries and rowdy scenes in India's parliament. Under pressure from opposition politicians, the government has hinted at retaliation.

On Monday, a Pakistani army official said a civilian was killed as a result of "unprovoked Indian shelling" in the Battal, Chirikot and Satwal sectors.

"Pakistan troops effectively responded to Indian firing," the official said.

Islamabad summoned India's deputy high commissioner (ambassador) to Pakistan to register its concern over the death, the Pakistani foreign office said. It also called for strengthening military mechanisms to stop truce violations.

A spokesman for the Indian Defence Ministry offered a different version of events on the Kashmir frontier. He said Indian posts came under heavy mortar and automatic weapon fire overnight in the same area and that India "responded effectively." He said no damage or injuries were reported on the Indian side.


The fresh air of Kashmir and a roadside Jilebi can get you high here! Srinagar caters to the needs of every travel enthusiast : Romantic, Religious and Adventure.

Srinagar is a city of surviving artifacts from the past which reflects onto the variation in the seasons. Come spring and the world of ice breathes life with air smelling of flowers that have just blossomed. This effect is at its peak in Summer and, in Autumn, the colors of self-contemplation are quite touchy. Winter is the time when the lakes in and around Srinagar are frozen. The Dal lake and Nagin lake dominate the scene with lovely houseboats through which one can explore Srinagar into the heart way past the channels and canals. You can find shops, cottages, work-places clustered all about the waterfront.

Breathtaking experience
Tourists are captivated by the snow-capped Hari Parbat hill in the backdrop and, the river Jhelum that flows through the heart of the city which pretty much depicts a dream location for the perfect getaway. One can enjoy Srinagar as a lazy getaway or an aquatic sports enthusiast by trying out kayaking, water surfing, canoeing and angling! The best time to visit is from March to October.

Most visited holy places
The holy places in Srinagar are:

The Hazrathalbal Shrine – The Sacred hair or Moi-e-Muqqadas of the Prophet Mohammad is preserved here.
Shankaracharya Temple – Provides an amazing view of the city and is of great archaelogical importance.
Khanqah-e-Molla – Oldest muslim shrine, of Shah-e-Hamdan or Khanqah-e-Molla situated on the banks of the river Jhelum.
Jama Masjid – Oldest and biggest of all mosques in Kashmir.
Imambara Hassanabad – Around one million shia population mourn and worship this 2nd oldest shrine in Hassanabad.
Chatti Padshahi – Situated outside the Hari Parbat fort, it is the one of the most important Sikh Gurudwara.


Known as the ‘Valley of Shepherds’, Pahalgam is a famous hill station located in Jammu and Kashmir. Pahalgam is 95 km from Srinagar.

Situated at a height of 7200 ft, Pahalgam stands at the confluence of Lidder River and Sheshnag lake. It is surrounded by thickly wooded pine forests. Breathtaking vistas of meadows, gently flowing Lidder River and snow-clad Himalayan mountains, makes Pahalgam a treat for the eyes. The scenic locales of Pahalgam are preferred locations for film shooting.

Besides its natural beauty, Pahalgam attracts large number of tourists because of its festivals. The two-day Snow Festival showcases winter sports. Skiing, snow-sledging and other winter sports are held during the festival. Pahalgam also serves as the base camp during Amaranth yatra. The Pahalgam-Chandanwari-Amarnath route is preferred by tourists to reach the mountain cave of Lord Shiva.


For a long time, Pahalgam was inhabited by shepherds and hence, also known as ‘The Valley of Shepherds’.

Not much is known about the origin of Pahalgam. However, during the medieval period, the region was ruled by the Mughals. During the latter half of the 15th century Kashmir was ruled by Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat on behalf of Emperor Humayun. It remained a part of the Mughal Empire for a long time. Later, it became part of the Kingdom of Kashmir.

Pahalgam remained a part of princely state of Kashmir till it merged with India in 1947.



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