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Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is a Union Territory (UT) of India, located in the country’s northern part and a global tourist destination. In addition to traditional recreational tourism, a vast scope exists for adventure, pilgrimage, spiritual, and health tourism.

The natural beauty and picturesque locations have made it a favoured destination for tourists across the world. Jammu is famous for its temples, while Kashmir Valley is known for its lakes and gardens.

J&K has agro-climatic conditions best suited for horticulture and floriculture. Horticulture is the mainstay of the rural economy, providing employment to large number of local inhabitants.

Leh is where your adventure in Ladakh begins! The capital city of the recently formed union territory is the right reflection of what this venturesome North Indian destination is all about. At first, you might find Leh to be a quiet destination, but with further exploration you’ll find, Leh to be quite an exciting place to be for everyone. Be it a nature lover, a cultural aficionado, a history lover, an adventure enthusiast or even honeymooners, there’s certainly something special for all in Leh tourism.

Inside Leh City, for history & culture lovers are some must-see places like Leh Palace, seated atop a mountain; Shanti Stupa, perched on a mountain and is widely acclaimed; Leh Market, an ideal place for shopping in Ladakh; and the War Museum that gives you a detailed insight into the wars in India and the role of Indian Army. Around Leh also sit some of the most amazing places for sightseeing in Ladakh. The confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers in Nimmu; the sacred Sikh gurudwara, Patthar Sahib; Magnetic Hill, known for its optical illusion; are some of the major places to visit for tourists.

For a spiritual tour amidst the beautiful settings sit imposing Buddhist monasteries like Ladakh’s richest monastery, Hemis Gompa; the oldest monastery, Alchi Gompa; Thiksey Monastery; Matho Monastery, Spituk Gompa and more. These monasteries are ideal for history lovers as well as culture enthusiasts who can enjoy annual festivals here and large collections of books, artifacts and more.






After an arrival at Srinagar meet and greet on arrival drive proceed Srinagar. Srinagar is the capital city of Jammu & Kashmir. It is situated at an altitude of 1, 730 m. In the heart of the Kashmir valley, Srinagar spreads out on both sides of the Jhelum River. The valley's beauty has enticed visitors from distant lands. Srinagar bears the hallmark of the Mughal’s dry fruits and the traditional Kashmiri handicrafts are the other major attractions of the hill resort. If there is a heaven on earth, it's here, it's here, and it’s here in Srinagar. AFTER CHECK IN Visit the ancient Shankaracharya Temple & Mughal Gardens.Shankeracharya Temple is located at 1100 ft. above surface level of the main city on the Shankaracharya hill, also known as Takht-E-Suleiman. The Shiva temple was constructed by Raja Gopadatya in the year 371 BC & as such is the oldest shrine in Kashmir. After the trip of Shankeracharya Temple tour to famous Mughal Garden,
Nishat Garden known as ‘Garden of pleasure’ built in 16th century (1633) by Mughal King Asif Khan. or "The garden of bliss". The garden boasts of being the largest one of the Mughal gardens in Kashmir. Located about 11 km from the Srinagar city, the garden is popular for its unique location that offers a splendid view of the Dal Lake, as well as the snow cappedPirPanjal mountain range, with the famous Zabarwan Mountains as its backdrop. The Nishat Garden was laid out by Asif Khan, the brother of Mughal Empress NurJehan, in 1633.
Shalimar Garden known as ‘Garden of love’ built in 16th century (1619) by Mughal King Jahangir for his beloved wife Noor Jahan or (Mehr-un-Nissa. “If there is a paradise on earth, it is this, it is this, it is this.” - Jahangir, the Mughal Emperor originally called the Farah Bakhsh or 'Delightful Garden', the Shalimar Bagh is known as one of the finest foundation by the Mughals. The Shalimar Bagh is located in Srinagar, by the Dal Lake. With its four terraces, the bagh includes a number of fountains, shaded trees and innumerable varieties of flowers that blossom in spring and autumn. The best best views of the garden's beauty are afforded during Autumn and Spring seasons, when leaves change their colour and the flowers blossom respectively.
Chashmashahi is the smallest of the Srinagar Mughal gardens, the ChashmaShahi or 'Royal Spring' has always been the favourite of royal families (from Mughals to Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab and even the Dogra rulers). The garden was laid out by the renowned Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, in 1632. 'Chashma' is basically an Urdu word that means “waterfall”. The garden was so named because of a mountain spring/waterfall that feeds it. The famous fresh water spring inside the garden is believed to have medicinal values.
Pari Mahal or The Angels' Abode is a seven terraced garden located at the top of Zabarwan mountain range over-looking city of Srinagar and south-west of Dal Lake. The architecture depicts an example of Islamic architecture and patronage of art during the reign of the then Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is five-minute drive from Cheshmashahi.
Tulip Garden (Time to visit March to April ending) Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, previously Model Floriculture Center, is a tulip garden in Srinagar. It is the largest tulip garden in Asia spread over an area of about 30 hectares. It is situated on the foothills of Zabarwan Range with an overview of Dal Lake. The garden was opened in 2007 with the aim to boost floriculture and tourism in Kashmir Valley. The garden is built on a sloping ground in a terraced fashion consisting of seven terraces. Apart from tulips, many other species of flowers - hyacinths, daffodils and ranunculus have been added as well. After Mughal Garden trip visit to White Mosque. In evening take 1 hour Shikara ride on famous dal lake. Overnight stay at Srinagar hotel

After breakfast drive towards Pahalgam via Awantipora Ruins & Saffron fields. Pahalgam (2133 mts) also known as ‘The valley of Shepherds or Trekker’s Paradise. Pahalgam is the most famous place for Indian Film Industry. Pahalgam offers breath-taking views. One can just enjoy the town of Pahalgam trek to some of the most beautiful places on earth. One can trek to Lidderwater.Pahalgam is also the entry point for the famous Amarnath Cave, a holy site for Hindus.In evening move back to Srinagar for an overnight stay.
Here are some interesting things to do by own cost when you are in Pahalgam : In local taxi you can visit;
Visit Betaab Valley:Betaab Valley is 15 km from Pahalgam town and is one of the most beautiful valleys around Pahalgam. The valley is famed as a setting for a popular Bollywood film, Betaab.
Visit Aru Village: Aru village is around 12 km from Pahalgam. Taxis are available from Pahalgam on shared basis. It is a beautiful village, visited by far lesser tourists and is more peaceful than Pahalgam. Some scenes from the film ‘JaabTak Hai Jaan,’ were shot here. The ride from Pahalgam to Aru has some of the most picturesque view points. Pony rides are organised on the gentle slopes at Aru. Spend one night in Pahalgam.
Visit Betaab Valley:Betaab Valley is 15 km from Pahalgam town and is one of the most beautiful valleys around Pahalgam. The valley is famed as a setting for a popular Bollywood film, Betaab.
Visit Aru Village: Aru village is around 12 km from Pahalgam. Taxis are available from Pahalgam on shared basis. It is a beautiful village, visited by far lesser tourists and is more peaceful than Pahalgam. Some scenes from the film ‘JaabTak Hai Jaan,’ were shot here. The ride from Pahalgam to Aru has some of the most picturesque view points. Pony rides are organised on the gentle slopes at Aru.
By ponies/horses you can visit;
Baisaran: Baisaran is a large, grassy meadow with small rolling hills and fantastic views of the mountain peaks that surround it. The wide, mud track that leads up to it from Pahalgam village is beautifully shaded on one side by Deodhar trees, with lovely valley views on the other.
Dabiyan: Dabiyan is a small settlement of Gujjar tribes consisting of low-roofed mud huts enclosed within a wooden fence. Gujjars are a nomadic tribe which moves up to the mountains in the summer months to graze their cattle in the nearby meadows. Just before winter hits they move back down to the plains, on foot, cattle in tow
Gauri Shankar Temple: This temple is one of the oldest temples in Pahalgam. The AmarnathYatra also begins here. The temple is small but much revered by the Hindus.
Visit the Zoo: Around 1 km from Pahalgam town, wildlife lovers can see different species of deer, leopard and bear at the zoo.
Visit club Park: Club Park is one of the oldest parks in Pahalgam. It is crowded, specifically on weekends. The garden blends perfectly with its surrounding hills and river running nearby and looks more like a naturally created garden.
Trout fishing at Lidder River: If you want to indulge in some fishing, there is no better place than Pahalgam. As much fun as it is, it doesn’t come cheap. Fishing permits are issued only in Srinagar by the Fisheries Department. If you are a first timer you can hire the service of a shikara (offered by fishermen in this case) but it can be quite expensive. Pahalgam is thus also known as a ‘anglers paradise.
Rafting at Lidder River: River rafting is one popular sport here. Some people just come here to indulge in the sport. The white frothing water makes it more enticing.
Jamia Masjid Mosque: The green roof mosque just near the main bazaar (market) with its beautiful design is a major attraction. The location of the mosque also adds another dimension to its aura.back to hotel overnight stay in Pahalgam.

After breakfast drive towards Gulmarg.Gulmarg is (8700 ft i.e. 2652 meters,the resort was named Gulmarg“meadow of flowers”by Sultan Yusuf Shah of the Chak Dynasty who frequented visit the place with his queen HabbaKhatoon in the 16th century. Wild flowers of 21 different varieties were collected by the Mughal emperor Jahangir for his gardens in Gulmarg.Gulmarg also discovered by the Kashmiri romantic poet in the 16th century who was inspired with its grassy slopes covered with wild flowers. It is one of the India’s premier Hill resorts. Gulmarg today is not merely a mountain resort of exceptional beauty – It also turns into India’s premier Ski resort in winter. The Gondola (Cable Car) offers rides to the upland meadows of Kongdori and beyond to the top of Apharwat range to a height of 14000 feet for viewing the Himalayan Peaks in summer and for downhill skiing in winter. In Gulmarg to explore the natural surroundings, Here are some interesting things to do by own cost when you are in Gulmarg: Gondola (Cable Car):Gulmarg Gondola is one of the highest in the world reaching 3,979 metres. The two-stage ropeway ferries about 600 people per hour to and from Gulmarg to a shoulder of nearby Mt. Apharwat Summit (4,200 m (13,780 ft)). The first stage transfers from Gulmarg at 2,600 m (8,530 ft) to Kongdoori at 3,080 m. The second stage which has 36 cabins and 18 towers, takes passengers to a height of 3,950 m (12,959 ft) on the Apharwat Peak (4,200 m (13,780 ft)). A chair lift system connects Kongdoori with Mary’s shoulder for taking skiers to higher altitude.
St Mary’s Church: The Roman Catholic St Mary's Church is located in the valley of Shepherds in Gulmarg. It was built in 1902, during the period of British rule, and was constructed in a British style. Made of grey brick with a green roof and decorated wooden interior walls, it has been described as a "Victorian architectural wonder" In 1920 the church saw the wedding of the brother of Bruce Bairnsfather; Miss Eleanor Hardy Tipping married Capt. T. D. Bairnsfather, with newspapers describing the church as "very prettily decorated" and with the service conducted by Rev Canon Buckwell in the presence of both organ and a full choir.
Snow Sking& Snow Sledge and much more places to visit and evening back to Srinagar overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast at hotel in srinagar And straight drive towards Sonamarg is situated at an altitude of 2730m, ‘The meadow of gold’, as its backdrop, snowy mountains against a cerulean sky. The Sindh River that meanders through the valley abounds with trout & mahaseer. The drive to Sonamarg is through the Sindh Valley which presents yet another spectacular facet of countryside in Kashmir. It is the base of a major trek that passes along several mountain lakes. Sonamarg is the best natural beauty reserve in Kashmir. Lush green meadows, foaming rivers and streams that cut through the lofty mountains offer a picturesque location. Situated in close proximity to Zojila Pass that connects Ladakh with the Vale of Kashmir, it is an ideal place for those who have profound love for nature and enjoy solitude. An apt location for setting up base camps, where trekkers can catch their breath before resuming on their trekking expeditions, including the Amarnath Temple, Sonamarg is an asset to Jammu & Kashmir tourism. Pristine Gangabal Lake, Vishansar Lake, Kishansar Lake and Gadsar Lake are the major attractions in Sonamarg, whereas Naranag and Thajiwas Glacier are popular tourist places in Sonamarg. An epitome of beauty, Sonamarg is indeed the true reflection of the valley of Kashmir. In Sonamarg to explore the natural surroundings;
Here are some interesting things to do when you are in Sonamarg by own cost.
Thajiwas Glacier: It offers many adventurous routes with amazing green water & frozen lakes around and Thajiwas Glacier is a one such major tourist attraction in the region. Located 7 km from Sonamarg, it is an Monsoon (July to September) is not very vigorous but the hilly rugged terrains can become slippery. It is challenging to take up. Ponies can be hired for the trip up to Thajiwas Glacier, which is a major local attraction during the summer months.
Zero Point: To experience snow in July one has to reach the glacier in Sonamarg or opt to go further by another 35 kms to a location called Zero Point beyond Zojila pass along the NH. I where the snow remains almost throughout the year. Overnight stay.

After breakfast drive towards Kargil 85 km from Sonmarg to Kargil, In the east is the second largest urban center of Ladakh & headquarters of the district of the same name. Town now, kargil once served as a important trade & transit center in the pan asia trade network. On the way you will see monasteries, magnetic hills & kargil war memorial. Evening reach at leh hotel Overnight stay at hotel in leh

After breakfast at hotel in kargil and straight drive to LEH, visit sightseeing to Hall of Fame, Magnetic hill, Pathar Sahab Gurduwara , Sangam, Spituk Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Leh Market. And drive back to LEH by evening for Overnight stay.

After breakfast drive to Nubra valley via khardungla pass (Highest Memorable road in the world 18,380 ft) Arrive at Hundur by afternoon. Lunch at camp, rest of the day is free to explore Deskit, Hunder villages and camel safari in sand dunes between Deskit and Hunder village. Spend 1 night in Nubra valley.

After early breakfast drive towards Pangong lake via Shayok, Pangong lake is popular for its changing color ability. It’s color changes from shades of blue to green to red. It is one of the highest altitude lakes in the world that is filled with saline water. It is located at an altitude of 4350 m above the sea level shared by two countries India and China. The beautiful natural location has attracted more tourists from all over world after spending time at Pangong lake, Spend 1 night in Pangong

After early breakfast at pangong hotel drive back to Leh via Changla Pass, Shey Palace and Thiksey Monastery.
Changla Pass: The Chang La is a high mountain pass in Ladakh at an elevation of 5,360 m or 17,590 ft in the Ladakh Ranges between Leh and the Shyok River valley. It is one of the highest motor-able road in the world. The Chang La is on the route to Pangong Lake from Leh. The name literally means "Northern Pass".
Shey Palace : The Shey Monastery or Gompa and the Shey Palace complex are structures located on a hillock in Shey, 15 kilometres to the south of Leh in Ladakh, northern India on the Leh-Manali road. Shey was the summer capital of Ladakh in the past. It contains a huge shahyamuni buddha statue. It is the second largest buddha statue in Jammu and Kashmir.
Thikse Monastery: Thikse Gompa or Thikse Monastery is a gompa (Tibetan-style monastery) affiliated with the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is located on top of a hill in Thiksey approximately 19 kilometres east of Leh in Ladakh, It is noted for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet and is the largest gompa in central Ladakh, notably containing a separate set of buildings for female renunciates that has been the source of significant recent building and reorganization.
Overnight stay at Leh hotel.

After breakfast as per your flight schedule pick up would be provided up to Leh Airport and you would leave with unforgettable memories that you would cherish forever

















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