A 8-Day Kashmir Travel Itinerary - Enthralling Trip with Srinagar Houseboat Stay

Srinagar(2N) → Gulmarg(2N) → Pahalgam(1N) → Srinagar(2N) → Sonamarg (0N) Budget: INR 34,000* per adult onwards Trip Highlights Stay at a houseboat in Srinagar Experience the highest golf course in the world in Gulmarg Take a Gondola ride from Gulmarg to Khalinmarg for stunning views Visit Saffron fields and Avantipur ruins en route to Pahalgam Enjoy a horse ride to Thajiwas Glacier in Sonmarg Explore the Mughal Gardens and enjoy a Shikara ride in Dal Lake

7 Nights 8 Days Kashmir Travel Itinerary

Shopping in srinagar, meals & inclusions .

  • Enjoy a curated culinary experience with meals on MAP basis in Srinagar, Gulmarg, and Pahalgam.
  • Traverse the region in comfort with transfers and sightseeing by Non AC vehicles.
  • Luxuriate in deluxe accommodations at every destination.
  • Soak in the beauty of Dal Lake with a complimentary Shikara ride.
  • Benefit from the expertise of an English-speaking professional guide during group activities.
  • Indulge in a traditional Kashmiri welcome with a complimentary serving of Kashmiri Kehwa at the houseboat.
  • Air and train tickets.
  • Personal expenses like pony rides and guide charges.
  • Additional costs due to unforeseen circumstances like flight cancellations or roadblocks.
  • Inner line sightseeing and any alterations to the tour itinerary.
  • Expenses for personal items like video camera fees, tips, and table drinks.

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Our 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with family

“Kashmir is not just a place, It is an emotion that everyone wants to experience!!!!”

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“You have got Kashmir and Himalayas. You are the richest when it comes to natural beauty!” – While we were playing in the snow at Mount Titlis on our trip to Switzerland, our guide remarked vividly. Years later, I can now comprehend the statement completely. As I relive every moment of our 9 days trip to Kashmir. After hearing, reading and witnessing the beauty of Kashmir through books, media and our own parents, we waited for years to finally be able to experience this “heaven on earth”. There is for sure, that every Indian wants to visit this paradise at least once in his lifetime. We have compiled this complete guide for a trip to Kashmir that will help you plan your trip to Kashmir in a smooth, hassle free manner. And here we bring to you our 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with family.

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This Kashmir trip itinerary for family is based on the trip to Kashmir that we took with our family in April, 2022. It can vary for others based on their requirement. So, we will provide some alternate itineraries towards the end of the post. To get the details of how to make the hotel bookings in Kashmir, how to book a cab in Kashmir, where to stay in Kashmir, what to eat in Kashmir, how to go shopping in Kashmir and even general tourist scams in Kashmir, read our upcoming comprehensive Kashmir travel guide.

Table of Contents

Day 1 : Arrival in Srinagar

We took a flight to Srinagar from Bangalore. It was a connecting flight. As there was no suitable budget direct flights from Bangalore to Srinagar operating at this point. We had a flight from Bangalore to Delhi and then another flight from Delhi to Srinagar. We reached Srinagar early in the morning, around 8:00am. The April-June time frame is peak tourist season in Kashmir. So, the influx of tourist is high. There was a huge queue at the airport exit, after navigating it we took a cab to our hotel, Walisons Hotel, Srinagar .

Related read : Is it safe to visit Kashmir now ?

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Since we had a night flight, and we arrived early at our hotel, our rooms were not ready. So, we headed straight to the Tulip Gardens near Dal Lake . Since, the Tulips were in full bloom at this point, we didn’t want the chance to miss witnessing them in full bloom. We dropped our luggage at the hotel. And then requested the driver who dropped us from airport to hotel to take us to the Tulip Gardens. By 8:30am, we reached the gardens. There was no queue at the ticket counter and no rush inside.

We thoroughly enjoyed the gardens. And then by 10:00am, we headed back to the Tulip Garden parking lot. Where we had our late breakfast.

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While visiting the Tulip Gardens of Kashmir, I couldn’t help but draw a comparison in my mind with the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens of Netherlands which I had visited on my trip to Europe, from Amsterdam. Each one has it’s own surreal beauty. And I couldn’t really tell which one is better than the other. So, I will say, visit both ! (I am always greedy when it comes to travel :D)

After spending considerable time witnessing the tulips and having some picture perfect instagram moments with them, we returned back to our hotel. This time, our rooms were ready. We shifted to the rooms to catch up on some much needed sleep. And retired to bed after an early dinner later.

Note: You can also arrive in Srinagar by road from Jammu. Jammu is well connected with rest of India through road and rail network.

Day 2 : Places to visit in Srinagar

Today, post breakfast, we started our exploration of Srinagar – our one day of sightseeing in Srinagar . From this day onwards we had booked a dedicated cab till the end of our journey.

The first site we visited was Pari Mahal. It is a beautiful garden around a 7 storied building. But the best part is the views of Srinagar, Dal Lake and the surrounding mountains that you get from the garden. Take a virtual tour of Pari Mahal with us in this vlog :

Next we headed to the Mughal Gardens of Srinagar. We visited Chash-me-Shahi Garden and Nishat Bagh. Although there are other gardens also in Srinagar including Shalimar Garden, after visiting 2 mughal gardens of Srinagar, we felt we had enough 🙂 . Since, all these gardens look alike beyond a point.

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So, next around 4:00pm, we headed for Shikara ride. After much hassle and bargaining, we and the shikara owners came to an agreement. And finally we had a 2.5 hrs Shikara ride on the Dal Lake . Which included visiting all the famous spots around the lake, stopping for tea and snacks and finally visiting the shops on the bank of the Dal Lake.

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Watch our vlog on our Dal Lake Shikara ride here .

Day 3 : Srinagar to Pahalgam Transfer

Today, post breakfast, we traveled from Srinagar to Pahalgam . We reached our hotel in Pahalgam, the Oswal Cottage , by afternoon. And had lunch. Post this, we enjoyed the beautiful sceneries around. And just relaxed. However, some of our friends headed to explore Bisaran Valley. It takes around 3 hours for the complete round trip. Although Bisaran Valley is only 6km from where we stayed. But the terrain is rough. And only accessible through a horse ride. Since we were with kids and moreover our younger one hates any animal interactions, so, we didn’t go. Although if you are not constrained like us, I will highly recommend visiting the Bisaran Valley. Because it is very beautiful.

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Day 4: Pahalgam to Aru Valley, Betab Valley and Chandwari

Today we has another action packed day in our Kashmir trip itinerary with kids. As, we spent the day visiting Aru Valley, Betab Valley and Chandwari from Pahalgam . These are the most famous and beautiful valleys around Pahalgam. Which have completely different charms in different seasons.

When we arrived here in April, the spring was in full bloom and the valley was on the verse of welcoming summer. Green meadows spread in front of the snow clapped mountain peaks reminded me of some of the beautiful scenes we had encountered in Tuscany while doing day trips from Florence when we spent almost a week in Italy.

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Day 5: Pahalgam to Gulmarg Transfer

Today, post breakfast, we started for Gulmarg from Pahalgam. Watch our road trip experience from Pahalgam to Gulmarg on this vlog . Actually, Gulmarg is the most famous ski resort destination in Asia and India. By the time we booked our accommodation, almost everything in Gulmarg was either full or exorbitantly charged. So, we booked our stay at Hotel Pineview in Tangmarg which is almost 10km before Gulmarg. Nevertheless, we reached here by noon.We had our lunch on the way. After reaching Tangmarg, our driver connected us with a guide who was going to accompany us to the Gondola ride.

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The guide further took us to a shop where we hired shoes, jackets and bought gloves and caps for all of us to be used the next day. Also, we rented a vehicle to take us till the Gondola. Since our regular cab drivers prefered to return back to Srinagar. The shoes were to be packed and placed in the car the next morning. So, booking them in advance really saved our time.

Day 6: Gulmarg Gondola Ride

Finally arrived that day of our Kashmir Trip itinerary with family which the kids were waiting for since day 1 – the day of Gondola Ride in Gulmarg . Today, we woke up really early in the morning. And started around 8:00am from our hotel in Tangmarg for the Gulmarg Gondola point. We had pre-booked our Gondola ride online through this government site. Also, we had booked for both phase 1  and phase 2  . Since when we reached here, the snow in phase 1 had reduced a lot. After arriving at the parking for Gulmarg Gondola, we walked to the Gondola and reached there just in time, around 8:30am. Still there was already a huge winding queue. And it was only at 10:30 that we reached the Gondola cable car.

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As we sat into the Gondola and started our journey up the mountains, I couldn’t help recall the same experience scaling the heights of Mount Titlis on a day trip from Lucerne with Aashi. Who was precisely the same age at that time as Ishi is now. And once we reached the top, we had a gala time playing in the snow. The memories are as fresh as if it happened yesterday. I guess that’s why we need to spend more on experiences and less on material things.

We reached phase 1 in around 10 mins. But we decided to go to Phase 2 first. Because this year, the summer started early and there was not much snow in phase 1 left. So we went to Phase 2. However, the weather soon turned our plans upside down. It started with a snowfall and then turned into a snow storm. I and my friend decided to return back to the Gondola station with the kids. As the temperature dropped to -5 degrees and the kids started to feel cold. However Abhishek and 2 other friends decided to take the plunge and enjoy snow activities.

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Day 7: Gulmarg to Srinagar Transfer

After having a gala day at the Gulmarg Gondola, we started back for Srinagar from Gulmarg on the 7th day of our 9 days Kashmir Trip Itinerary with kids. We started post breakfast from our hotel in Tangmarg, Hotel Pineview . And reached our houseboat, Chicago Group of Houseboats in Srinagar by lunch time. Yes, today we were going to experience staying on a houseboat in Srinagar . The access to the houseboat was through a short Shikara ride from ghat no 9 on Dal Lake. After reaching the houseboat and dumping our luggage, we again took another shikara to return back to the main road for lunch. Since lunch was not provided on the Shikara. After having lunch, we just relaxed in our houseboat in Srinagar. And prepared for the next day when we planned to have a day trip .

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Day 8: Srinagar to Doodhpathri day trip

On the second last day of our 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with family, we embarked on a day trip to Doodhpathri from Srinagar. Although for the past 2-3 days we were having a tussle to select between Sonmarg and Doodhpathri.

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Sonmarg is yet another winter destinations in Srinagar. It witnesses a lot of snowfall in the winters. So much so that you can only travel here with special chained vehicles that can navigate snow. However, the snow cover had reduced when we visited here in mid-April. But the temperature was still very low here.

Doodhpathri on the other hand is a lush green meadow. It was not that chilling cold, not that crowded and touristy also. So, finally we picked Doodhpathri over Sonmarg. And then had a wonderful day basking in the sun in one of the most beautiful valleys of Kashmir.

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Day 9: Flight back from Srinagar

Finally came the day to say goodbye to Kashmir. We boarded our morning flight from Srinagar and embarked on our way back home. With memories of a lifetime. However, we want to come back to Kashmir. This time in the winter season. To witness the completely transformed landscape of Kashmir. And the winter wonderland that it is called. Hope that materialises soon.

Alternate Kashmir trip itinerary with family

The 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with kids that we did was a really relaxed one. Since we were traveling with little kids, we didn’t want to overexert ourselves. But, if you are pressed by time on your Kashmir trip itinerary with family, or want to cover alternate things, here are some alternate Kashmir trip itinerary with family options for you. Some of these are aggressive on timelines, you can opt them when traveling solo, with friends or backpacking.

Kashmir Trip Itinerary Option 1 : 5 days trip to Srinagar, Pahalgam and Gulmarg

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  • Arrive in Srinagar in the morning. Get an early checkin at your hotel if possible. If not, at least dump your luggage. And head to the Tulip Gardens. Spend couple of hours here. Have lunch. And post lunch take a Sikara ride on the Dal Lake. Stay near Dal Lake if possible.
  • Srinagar to Pahalgam day trip. Start early in the morning by 7:00am, reach Pahalgam by 9:30am. From here, take a day trip to explore Aru Valley, Betab Valley and Chandanwari. Return to Srinagar by 6:30 or 7:00pm in the evening
  • Srinagar to Gulmarg day trip. Today, go straight to the Gulmarg Gondola from Srinagar. Pre book the gondola ride tickets. Reach here by 10:00am. And then enjoy the snow activities in Gulmarg. For a complete detail of how to book the Gondola and how to enjoy your day in Gulmarg, read this post.
  • Do a day trip from Srinagar to Sonmarg today.
  • Spend half the day sightseeing in Srinagar. Visit some of the famous gardens, Pari Mahal and some other attractions. Post noon, checkout from your hotel and start back home.

While staying all 5 nights in Srinagar, you can spend a couple on a houseboat – a different kind of experience.

Kashmir Trip Itinerary Option 2 : 3 days visiting Pahalgam and Gulmarg

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If you are really pressed by time, I will suggest, skip Srinagar. And head straight to Pahalgam and Gulmarg. Do a day trip to each of these from Srinagar. And then head back to your home on the third day. Of course, you will miss the Sikara ride on the Dal lake and the other attractions that Srinagar has got to offer. But then you have to make a choice when you are that limited by time.

Kashmir Trip Itinerary Option 3 : Srinagar, Pahalgam, Kargil and Ladakh

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This is a very different itinerary than the rest two I proposed above. If you are visiting Kashmir in summer months, like June, there is not much of snow to enjoy. So, you can altogether avoid the snow destinations like Sonmarg or Gulmarg. Spend the first couple of days in Srinagar enjoying the local sites. And then do a day trip to Pahalgam from Srinagar on the third day. On the fourth day head to Kargil. And from there, embark on a trip to Ladakh for the next 5 days!! Making the most of your time in Kashmir. And combining two most exotic destinations of India into one single trip!!


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31 thoughts on “Our 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with family”

Absolutely mesmerizing! Kashmir truly is an emotion, a dream come true. Your 9-day itinerary captures the essence perfectly. Can’t wait to plan my own family trip!

Thank you so much! And wish you a wonderful Kashmir trip with family whenever you plan it

Awesome blog thanks to sharing this information. Srinagar Is a wonderful place and i am feeling really good because i have got bulk information on Srinagar i like it .

Thank you for writing such an informative and interesting blog. It is very engaging and makes us imagine the place as we read. And I always look forward to read more such posts from you in the future.

As you have mentioned in the comments, that you will share the travel agent number in comments, it will be great if you can share it so that we can plan our family trip to Kashmir this year.

Lots of love and more power to you!

Sincerely, Divya

Hi Divya, thanks for your kind and appreciative words, really made my day!!

We had booked our Kashmir Flight and Hotels on our own. And you will find the hotel links in the post. For the cab, we booked it from TravelXplore Kashmir Cabs. their contact no is 8558018760

Nice Blog…. This is really amazing

Thank you for being an inspirational writer and for offering great advice and insight. I always look forward to reading your blog posts and learning something new. You are an amazing writer and I appreciate your willingness to share your knowledge with the world.

Thank you so much for your hard work and dedication to providing quality content. Your blog posts are always interesting and informative, and I appreciate your efforts to keep us all informed. I especially value your willingness to take the time to research and write about the topics that matter most to your readers.

I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for writing such an informative and interesting blog. Your posts have been so helpful in giving me insight and knowledge on the topics that you cover. Your writing style is engaging and captivating, and I always look forward to reading your latest blog post.

Again, thank you for all the hard work and dedication you put into your writing. You are a great source of information and I appreciate all your contributions.

Sincerely, Shantanu

Hi, In case your are aware, could you please share how many days in advance the Gulmarg Gondola ride tickets can be booked ? Is the portal ( https://www.jammukashmircablecar.com/ ) the only online option to book the tickets in advance ? On this portal I don’t see any ticket availability between May 15th till June 25th 2023.

Hi Siddharth, we had booked the tickets almost 10 days in advance. The site opens the ticket booking window in stages. So, it might still not be open for May. This is the official site to book tickets online but if you are facing difficulty booking, you can ask a travel agent to book it for you. They will know the exact dates when the window is going to open


Thank you! We visited in April, and we saw the tulip festival. The valley was green while there was snow still in the upper reaches of Himalayas. If you want to witness the snow season then visit in Dec – February

Hello Neha, Need your guidence I m going to srinagar on 21st march 24 till 29th march. Apart from 21st n 29th, 22nd to 28 there will be a sight seeing. Actually i came across ur blog aftrr i made my itinerary, but not fixed yet. My itinerary is 21st..arrival in the eve n relax 22nd.. srinagar to sinthan top and around 4pm sinthan top to pehalgam till 9pm. Night stay 23rd.. full day pehalgam sight seeing 24th.. pehalgam to yousmarg. Around 5pm proceed to doodhpathri till 8pm.. night stay at doodhpatri. 25th.. dudhpathri sight seeing and proceed to gulmerg till 8pm and nightstay 26th…gulmerg sight seeing till 5pm and proceed to srinagar, night stay 27th… Srinagar to aherbal one day trip back to srinagar 28th..full day srinagar sight seeing like tulp garden, meghal garden etc 29th…as the flight at 4pm..I can cover the remaining city destination in the morning which can complete within 2 hr till 11.30am. The point is do u think this itinerary is practically possible? Another question is I booked flight tickets only. And confused to go with package for this itinerary or to book the hotel n cab by ourself. I would like to receive your suggestions. Thanks in advance.

Hi Sachin 1. I am not sure of stay options at Doodhpathri. We saw some constructions going on when we visited, but not sure if any decent hotel or resort has come up. So, if you dont get an accommodation, I would suggest to take a day trip to Doodhpathri from Srinagar. You can do Pahalgam and then directly go to Gulmarg from there and finally come back to Srinagar, spend an extra night there and do day trip to doodhpathri Rest of the itinerary looks good. You can also do a trip to Sonmarg from Srinagar

If you are comfortable you can book hotels on your own. I have added the cab details in my post from whom we booked. But if you dont want to, packages are also competitive. They were not very flexible in terms of cancellation with full refund, so , I booked on my own.

Have a wonderful trip!!

Hi Rajesh, we are not organising the trips, we are travel bloggers…travel…write about the experience…repeat 🙂 having said that, if you are asking what dates we traveled, it was April 9 – 16

Hi, Thanks for all the details. Well written. Can you please share details of rates for cabs, horse rides, house boats etc. I am planning to travel in June along with my aged parents. It would be helpful with these details.

Hi Shoba, the houseboat cost will vary with season and also what category of houseboat you select. For us, it was around 6k for one night. I will update the cab driver’s phone number in the post and also the name of the agency through which we booked the cab. Again, the cab price varies. When we landed there, there was a huge surge in demand for cabs and we had to pay 2k above the initially agreed price to be able to retain the cab. It cost us ~25k per cab.

Thanks and nicely put. How much was the overall cost for the trip, exclusing flights from hometown. Rough estimate should help us preplan

For our family of four, the hotel costs around INR 2500 per night on an average and then rest was food, entry fee. Roughly I would say around INR 40000 – INR 45000 all in all

Very very nicely written and encouraging to plan a trip immediately.

Need guidance from you. I’m planning to visit in June with old parents and and kids 14 and 10 years. Can you please suggest, which places I should not plan with parents if it requires considerable walking.

June I am choosing that it will be pleasant and bearable cold for family. For snow playing which will be place for 1 day (return by day end ) or 2 day with stay.

Thank you! Yes, June will be a pleasant weather. Neither very hot nor very cool. In places like Pahalgam and Doodhpathri you can choose to trek to further heights if you want, if parents are not comfortable, they can stay in the valley while you can go explore and come back. Bisaran valley might be difficult for them as it involves a bumpy pony ride. They will definitely enjoy a stay at Dal Lake in a boat house. You can just sit on the porch and enjoy your day there. Gulmarg, Srinagar, etc. shouldn’t be a challenge. Most of the gardens of Srinagar have few stairs but beyond that there is no other challenge in reaching there or walking around. Hope this helps

Very well put together. Did you guys book cabs before reaching Kashmir or are they easily available there?

Could you share some reliable cab agents numbers? Thanks 🙂

Thank you! We booked the cab a month in advance. As there is a lot of rush in the season and if you are booking on the spot, you might still get a cab but will have to pay much more over the usual cost. The agency we used was TravelXplore Kashmir Cab

I had been there in late September but missed the Pari mahal, as not awre of this jem. Also it was the monsoon so in pahalgam we had rains so could not complete the aru or betaab valley. Looking forward to kashmir once again to enjoy them and maybe this time I will have more time in hand:)

Nice and informative post. Visit Gurez Valley and Mughal Road next time when you will be in Kashmir.

Sure thing!

Beautifully written but it would have been more informative if the rates of cabs, horse ride etc were shared.

Good point. we will update the article with these details

I leave in Mumbai please send me dates of travel

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Plan Your Trip to Srinagar in Kashmir with this Travel Guide

Land of Lakes and Gardens

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Srinagar, in the Kashmir Valley in far northern India, is one of the top 10 hill station in India. A place of splendid natural beauty, it's often referred to as the "Land of Lakes and Gardens" or the "Switzerland of India". The gardens have a distinctly Mughal influence, as many of them were cultivated by Mughal emperors. Although civil unrest is an ongoing concern in the area due to conflict with nearby Pakistan, calm has been restored and visitors are returning to the area. (Read more about how safe is Kashmir now for tourists? ). Nevertheless, be prepared to see army personnel and police everywhere. Find out important information and travel tips in this Srinagar travel guide.

Getting There

Srinagar's Sheikh ul-Alam airport was completed in 2009 and is owned by the Indian Air Force. It can be reached most easily by flight from Delhi . There are also flights from Jammu, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Lucknow.

The Jammu and Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation operates an inexpensive bus service from the airport to the Tourist Reception Center in Srinagar. Otherwise, expect to pay about 1,000 rupees for a prepaid taxi (2018 prices). App-based taxi services such as Uber and Ola don't operate in Kashmir.

If you're traveling on a budget and are feeling adventurous, you may try taking an Indian Railways train to Jammu (these trains start from Delhi or pass through Delhi from other cities in India), and then go by shared jeep/taxi to Srinagar (traveling time around eight hours). Buses also run but they are much slower, taking around 11-12 hours for the journey.

A rail project is currently underway to link the Kashmir Valley with the rest of India, but it's well behind schedule and isn't expected to be completed until after 2020. Tunnels are also being built to cut the travel time from Jammu to Srinagar by around five hours.

Visas and Security

Foreigners (including OCI cardholders) are required to register upon arriving and departing from the airport. It's a straightforward process that requires the completion of one form and only takes about five minutes. Do note that US government employees and government contractors who have security clearance are not permitted to visit Srinagar, as Kashmir is off-limits. Traveling to Kashmir could result in loss of security clearance.

The kind of experience you want to have in Srinagar will determine the best time of year to visit. It gets very cold and snows from December to February, and it's possible to go snow skiing in surrounding areas. If you want to enjoy the lakes and gardens, visiting between April to October is recommended. April to June is the high season. The monsoon usually arrives by mid July. September to October is also a good time to visit, and is not so busy. Foliage turns lovely deep, warm colors in late October, as the weather becomes colder. Temperatures get quite hot during the day in summer, but are chilly at night. Make sure you bring a jacket!

What to See and Do

Check out these top Srinagar attractions and places to visit. Srinagar is most well known for its houseboats, a legacy of the British that has rapidly multiplied. Don't miss staying on one!

Tips for Staying on a Houseboat

Avoid booking houseboats from tour operators in Delhi. There are plenty of scams and you never know what kind of boat you'll end up with! Reputable houseboats can be booked at Srinagar airport, and many have websites as well. Have a read of these tips for choosing the best Srinagar houseboat to find out what you should consider.

Where Else to Stay

The main commercial and tourist district, where most of the accommodations are situated, is Lal Chowk in the heart of Srinagar. It's located within close walking distance of local markets and the Jhelum River. Walking time to Dal Lake from Lal Chowk is about 30 minutes.

If you prefer to stay closer to Dal Lake, you'll find plenty of budget hotels to choose from along Boulevard Road, which runs along beside the lake. Hotel JH Bazaz and Blooming Dale Hotel Cottages offer good value for money in the Dal Gate area next to Dal Lake. Swiss Hotel Kashmir , located just off the Boulevard, is a popular budget choice -- and here's a pleasant surprise, foreigners pay reduced rates (usually, foreigners are charged more in India)! Hotel Dar-Es-Salam is a popular boutique hotel that overlooks the lake

Otherwise, if money is no object, the best luxury hotels are the Lalit Grand Palace and the Vivanta Dal View .

Hospitality Home is the most popular homestay in Srinagar and it's also inexpensive.

The annual Tulip Festival takes place during the first couple of weeks of April. It's the highlight of the year in Srinagar. In addition to being able to see millions of blooming tulips in the biggest tulip garden in Asia, cultural events are held.

Indian tourists often prefer to conduct their trip on an auspicious note, with a visit to Vaishno Devi shrine. It's best reached by helicopter from Katra, about an hour and a half from Jammu. Otherwise, these  popular tourist places in Kashmir can be visited on day trips (or longer side trips) from Srinagar.

Travel Tips

If you have a cell phone with a prepaid connection, your SIM card will not work as roaming has been blocked in Kashmir due to security reasons (postpaid connections are fine). Your hotel or houseboat may provide you with a local SIM card to use.

Note that being a predominantly Muslim area, alcohol isn't served in restaurants and most businesses shut for prayer at lunchtime on Friday in Srinagar. Bars can be found in select upmarket hotels though.

If you're flying out of Srinagar airport, do get there with plenty of time to spare (at least three hours before departure), as there are lengthy and multiple security checks. There aren't any restrictions on cabin luggage when flying into the airport. However, when departing, airlines often won't allow cabin luggage except for laptops, cameras and ladies handbags.

If you go to Gulmarg, you can save yourself a lot of time and hassle by booking gondola tickets online or in advance at the Tourist Reception Center in Srinagar. You'll face huge lines at the gondola otherwise. In addition, avoid visiting Pahalgam during July as it will be extremely busy with pilgrims going on the Amarnath Yatra .

Do be aware that you should dress conservatively to respect the local Muslim culture.

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Kashmir Travel Itinerary 7 to 9 Days

18 oct kashmir travel itinerary 7 to 9 days.

This is my Kashmir travel itinerary for a long-awaited journey and a lifelong dream for my dad. Like most Indians, I have had my presumptions and imagination about Kashmir. After all, it is one of the most talked-about subjects in Indian politics, a subject that we love as much as we love tea.

I had tried visiting Kashmir 2 years ago. But with a sudden twist of the historic event of the removal of article 370 followed by the coronavirus pandemic had led me to cancel my plans.

After 2 years of yearning and pent up energy for ‘revenge travel’ after being locked indoors for months, I was determined to make this trip. However, like always, I find it hard to get information online, even with thousands of Indians with cheap Jio networks flocking to these destinations.

Kashmir is often called ‘paradise on earth’ and so much of it is true. You could easily barter your Switzerland trip for this place and won’t miss a thing. But you need to know quite a few things to make your way around. Here is my itinerary and more that you may find useful.

Flowers blooming in Kashmir, Kashmir travel itineary

Itinerary to Kashmir

Srinagar -> Gulmarg -> Pahalgam -> Wular Lake -> Sonmarg -> Srinagar

Day 1 – Arrive in Srinagar

Day 2,3 – Leave for Gulmarg. Spend 1 or 2 days/nights in Gulmarg.

Day 4 – Travel from Gulmarg to Pahalgam. Takes about 4 hours. Stop at Pampore.

Day 5 – Spend the day in Pahalgam.

Day 6 – Travel from Pahalgam to Sonmarg. Takes about 6 hours. Stop at Wular Lake.

Day 7 – Spend the day in Sonmarg

Day 8,9 – Travel to Srinagar. Sightseeing in Srinagar. Return home.

Another alternative is to travel to Srinagar from Pahalgam and stay there for the rest of your trip. You can instead visit Sonmarg on a day trip from Srinagar and return the same day.

How to travel around in Kashmir

The answer largely depends upon how many people you are travelling with. If you are travelling solo, you can find shared cabs (sumo), small buses and even hitchhike between cities in Kashmir. However, you will need to find out with the locals about the schedules. No trains are available inside Kashmir.

However, there is very limited public transport inside the cities/towns. So in most cases, you will have to hire a local cab for the day to take you around the tourist destinations. These cabs can cost around INR 3000-4500 per day depending upon the distance and the destination you are covering. 

In case you are travelling in groups, try and go for day cabs and split the rent. Large groups can also opt for taking a full-time cab with them. Take note that cabs/cars from a different state number plate are often unwelcome and banned from entering some locations. So it would be better and cheaper to get a local cab in most cases.

We rented a traveller to go aroun

Horses and ponies are also another very common way to travel short distances. Several locals in the countryside breed and keep them to offer rides to tourists. And personally, I think that most people treat their animals well.

So you will often find yourself looking for a pony ride at places that are not easily accessible on foot. A pony ride usually starts at INR 800 for 2 hours and added INR 200 per additional hour from there.

Locals offering ponies for rides

Srinagar is the gateway to Kashmir and it should be the first stop to move ahead anywhere, even if you don’t spend much time in the city. Srinagar is accessible by road and flight that operates frequently from Delhi and even a few other major cities.

To me, Srinagar had this dreamy feeling of a mesmerizing shikara ride on the dal lake with snow-capped mountains in the background. On top of that, the ‘Shalimar gardens’ and other historical buildings built by Mughal emperors have only been the tales from our textbooks. 

To be honest, I was fairly disappointed. It’s not that this is not true. But for the most part, Srinagar looks like any other city in India and parts of it resembles old Delhi city and even Lucknow with crowded streets, traffic jams, loud and boisterous people and the wafting smell of delicious food.

If you have come in search of the real Kashmir, I would suggest finishing up your sightseeing in Srinagar quickly and head ahead as soon as you can. Here are some of the places that you must visit in Srinagar:

1. Dal Lake

2. Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden

3. Nigeen Lake

4. Hari Parbat

5. Jamia Masjid

6. Lal Chowk

7. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden

8. Nishat Garden

9. Shankaracharya Temple

10. Dachigam National Park

Srinagar is the centre point for almost all major tourist destinations and you may have to pass the city repeatedly to move to another location.

Check out our blog on the best places to visit in Srinagar for more details

Shikara boats on Dal Lake in Srinagar

Gulmarg is a must-visit place when in Kashmir. At least for first-time travellers. I haven’t been to Switzerland (yet) but I think that you can see an insane similarity between the topography of the two, both during the summers and the winters.

Gulmarg is just 2 hours away from Srinagar. You would be surprised to know that there is no local population that resided in Gulmarg. The place is only accessible for tourists and the Indian Army. The only locals that live in the town are the ones who travel during the day for work.

Therefore, it is only natural to find the place deserted at times and extremely tourist-centric, sometimes at the point of being annoying. Also be ready to pay steep prices for things like pony rides, gondolas, guided tours and viewpoints. These prices almost double during winters and the arrival of snowfall.

There is no other place like Gulmarg in winters and if you love the cold or want to experience the beauty of snowfall, you should try and visit the place between December to March but get ready to pay handsomely for it.

Here are some of the places that you must visit when in Gulmarg.

1. Apharwat Peak

2. Gulmarg Gondola

3. Alpather Lake

4. Kilanmarg

5. Maharaja Hari Singh’s Cottage

6. Children’s Park

7. Maharani Temple

Also Check out our detailed blog on travelling to Gulmarg, Kashmir

Lovely Green meadows of Gulmarg, Kashmir travel itineary

Pahalgam is 2.5 hours road ride from Srinagar and 4-5 hours from Gulmarg if you are making this trip directly.

Pampore is really nothing more than a small regular town, much like the rest of India. But the area around Pampore is popular for saffron fields where purple saffron flowers bloom during the autumn season from which saffron strands are extracted.

Of course, catching these flowers bloom will depend upon the time you visit. But if you want to buy authentic real saffron and related produce like almonds, walnut, raisins, fresh spices, honey, gulkand, Kashmiri kehwa etc. you should stop by and visit some of these places located right on the highway to Pahalgam

Pahalgam is a small town located east of Srinagar that gradually moves towards the higher mountains that you have been looking at the backdrop so far. Unlike Gulmarg, the town is home to locals and you will find a small market, local shops, homes and people moving around the town. I also found it less touristy and more homely.

There are a few places to visit inside Pahalgam town. Here are some that you can explore even on foot if you are living around the main town:

1. Baisaran Road

2. Mamaleshwar Temple

3. Poshwan Park

4. Dara Shikoh Garden

5. Tulian Lake Trek

6. Tarsar Marsar Trek

But some of the best sights are located out of town and you will need to make small trips to visit them. A full day trip to all of these places combined will finish up your sightseeing. You will need to hire a local cab since private vehicles are not allowed in most of these areas. The fare for a half-day cab is INR 2100 and INR 3000 for a full day.

If you are looking for more information on the places to visit in Pahalgam and the popular treks, check out our blog .

Pahalgam Market

Aru valley is one of the popular places for sightseeing near Pahalgam where tourists flock for some fantastic views of the dreamy mountain ranges. It is around 30 minutes ride from Pahalgam and I suggest you get a local cab to take you there. 

Not only the ride to the valley is beautiful, to me, but the valley itself is also comparable to the photographs I had seen of Switzerland. The mountains turn green during the summers with occasional wandering horses and their owner hiking in the wilderness.

Once you reach Aru valley, you can make a stop at the nearest park that is a fantastic place for your memorable photos of Kashmir. We rented out some local Kashmiri garments and went overboard with the cliche touristy poses. Renting out garments cost us INR 100 per person.

Right next to the park you can also take some ponies to reach the interiors of Aru valley that takes around 30 minutes. Do make the trip if you haven’t had your share of pony rides. The result is a lovely meadow and patch of grassland that should be even more beautiful during the blooming season.

View on the way to Aru Valley

Betab Valley

On the other side of Pahalgam is Betab valley on the way to Chandanwadi. The valley’s name comes from the hit Bollywood movie ‘Betab’ starring Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh that was shot here. In fact, the two decades from the 60s – 80s is when Bollywood made Kashmir its go-to destination for shooting.

Today, you can find a sprawling park in Betab valley. The Lidder river makes its way through the park with icy cold and crystal clear water that the locals drink from directly. It later merges with Jhelum. The park is huge with a walkable stone trail that runs across. You can also enjoy a small meal on the riverbank of Maggi, tea, coffee or ice cream from a nearby stall.

However, you will catch the best views of the valley on your way to Chandanwadi. Stop your car and get down to take in the aerial view of the Lidder river, blue in colour, cutting and making its way through the wide meadow.

Aerial view of Betab valley


Chandanwadi is a small and extremely important town to the northeast of Pahalgam. It is the starting point for the Amarnath yatra, a long arduous and religious journey that several Hindus make to the endpoint at the Amarnath caves. It is also the last village on this route.

If you are fascinated by the Amarnath journey but are not making it, I would suggest you can make your way to Chandanwadi and find more about it. You will also find the river that makes its way from the Amarnath caves and maybe hike a couple of kilometres to get in the feel. Make sure you have warm clothes for this place since it can get pretty chilly.


Including this in your itinerary is completely an option since you will have to take a detour on your way to Sonmarg and maybe spend an additional 2 hours visiting it. But we did that and I will tell you about it.

Wular Lake is HUGE! You can see that on the map. Geographically, it is the biggest freshwater lake in India (Sambhar lake is saltwater and Chilka lake is a brackish or semi-saline water lake bigger than this).

Since it is so huge, you can access it from several points. We made a halt at Wular vintage park and I think the view to the lake was simply mindblowing. You don’t have any shops in the area so get some snacks or a meal with you and make a picnic out of it. The garden is beautiful and a great resting place for late afternoon.

Wular Lake

Sonmarg was our last destination in our 9-day trip itinerary and luckily, we had the best of it there. When I was looking up for stuff to do in Sonmarg earlier and really nothing came up. So, don’t rely on the internet.

The most popular place to visit in Sonmarg is Thajiwas glacier. And I think that you must not miss it. While most of the local guides will convince you that you need a pony to reach there, if you are fit enough to hike 5 km on slightly uneven terrain, you can also make this journey on foot.

We did one way on a pony (costs up to INR 600 per pony) and returned back on foot. The views are amazing. At the glacier, you probably won’t find any snow during the peak in summer. But it’s still cold up there and you can hang around for tea and Maggi.

You can read more about places to visit in Sonmarg with popular treks on our blog

City view of Sonmarg

The next trip from Sonmarg is towards zero point. While it shows just 6 km from Sonmarg, its actual distance is 23 km. Zero-point refers to the border point between Kashmir and Ladakh. Only local vehicles are allowed to make this journey so hire one if you don’t have one already. It could cost you around INR 3000.

The journey itself is exhilarating. You can find snow-capped mountains in the distance even at the peak of the summer. You can also observe the terrain changing from bright green mountains to dry yellow ones with distance. We found some large blocks of ice from last winter that melts into icy cold water streams and makes tiny waterfalls.

We crossed the Zoji La pass and saw the construction of the tunnel that will open up Ladakh all year round (currently its closes in winters). The zero point lies just ahead of Gumri where you can find a war memorial and a small temple that you must make a stop at. A small cafe run by the army also serves tea, Maggi and momos.

Dry mountains near Zero point, Kashmir travel itineary

Saying goodbye to Kashmir

No matter where ever you are, you need to travel back to Srinagar to travel back. If you are travelling back by air, make sure you reach the airport with an ample amount of time since the security checking is rather strict.

Kashmir will imprint strong memories for you. Memories of mountains and Himalayas that you will never find anywhere on the planet (even if they look alike). If you decide to make another trip, you can also decide to travel deep in the mountains to some of the lakes with trek time that could range from 3 – 10 days.

Check out these tours if you want to explore more:

Kashmirtreks.com – Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Indiahikes.com – Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Thrillophillia.com – Tarshar Marsar Trek

Alpinelakestrek.com – Kashmir Naranag Gangabal Lakes Trekking

Best time to visit Kashmir

Winters in kashmir.

Now if you love winters and the snow, I will definitely suggest that you visit Kashmir once in the winters. Especially Gulmarg. But it comes with its own restrictions.

On one side it is extremely cold where the temperature drops down to several degrees minus zero. On the other hand, your travel and movement os fairly restricted since most of the roads are blocked with snow and only small vehicles are allowed to pass. On top of that, the prices are insanely high.

But I still think that the price is worth it and you must visit Kashmir during the winter at least once in your life

Gulmarg in Winters

Summers in Kashmir

As beautiful are the winters, summers are also a fantastic time to be in Kashmir. Especially if you are looking for some respite from the heat. Although Srinagar still remains quite hot. You can find relatively better weather in Gulmarg and Sonmarg.

It is also a good time to travel long distances and cover a lot of places in Kashmir. Tourist activities are at their peak corresponding to the number of tourists that flock here. Several places that are closed off during the winters are open only after the snow melts during a few months in summer.

Most of the treks to lakes deep in the mountains takes place during this time. You can also plan all your adventure activities then.

Spring and Autumn

I think these are probably the best months to go. Also called the ‘shoulder’ season, spring is when the snow has not yet melted in a lot of places in Kashmir. You can catch snow and frozen glaciers near Gulmarg and Sonmarg as late as April. Plus, the steep prices have come down and there is the ability for more movement.

Autumn is also a fantastic time. It is when the saffron flowers bloom in the valley and with a little effort, you can find these rare views. The weather is a little chilly but the days are warm. The tourist activity also subsides after a busy summer so you can get great prices on hotels and flights.

If you are going in search of some snow, plan your vacation in mid-October and you will be able to catch some fantastic views, at least in some areas.

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Kashmir Itinerary: 15 Places To Make Your Trip The Best Ever!

by Jokchen L on February 28, 2023

Kashmir is a land of verdant hills and lofty mountainscapes. The snow-capped landscapes during the winter months or the lush greenery afterwards provide holiday-goers with respite from the daily hustle of their lives. This paradise on earth has had its decent share of history, whose remnants are still visible today in the form of mosques, gardens, and forts. Some important towns in Kashmir worth visiting are Srinagar, Gulmarg, and Pahalgam which definitely deserve to be part of your Kashmir itinerary.

Here is your to-do list for a 5-day Kashmir itinerary

Day 1: for the pilgrims.

Kashmir has been an important part of empires for centuries. Their history as well as their faith found expression in beautiful monuments that stand tall even today. Therefore, the places listed below deserve to be on your Kashmir itinerary.

1. Jamia Masjid

View of the magnificent Jamia Masjid, Srinagar for your Kashmir itinerary

Still in use today, Jamia Masjid is the largest mosque in Kashmir. The mosque was commissioned by Sultan Sikander and completed in 1402 CE. The architecture of the mosque has Persian and Buddhist influence throughout along with the garden that is built in the typical Char Bagh style. This grand mosque has the capacity to hold a total of 33,333 persons at a time.

Location : Nowhatta Kathi Darwaza Road, Nowhatta, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190003

Timing : 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm all days of the week.

Entry fee : No entry fee.


2. Hazratbal Masjid

Do add Hazratbal Masjid to your Kashmir itinerary

The Hazratbal Masjid called Dargah Sharif is a very revered masjid in Kashmir. A holy relic, Moi-e-Muqqadas, the hair of Prophet Mohammad is believed to be held in the mosque. This beautiful masjid was constructed in the 17th century by Mughal Subedar Sadiq Khan and continues to function even today with thousands of pilgrims each year.

Location : Hazratbal near Fire Brigade station, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190006

Timing : 9:30 am to 5:30 pm all days of the week.

3. Kheer Bhavani Temple

The temple is dedicated to the Kheer Bhavani Goddess and was built over a spring that is considered sacred. This holy spring changes colours from time to time and assumes shades of pink, orange, green, and blue. A mela, Jyestha Mela, is also held every year where the largest number of Amarnath Pilgrims gather. This temple definitely deserves to be on your Kashmir itinerary.

Location : 6PCH+PWJ, Tulmulla – Dangerpora Link Rd, Tulmulla, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 191201

Timing : 6:00 am to 6:00 pm all days of the week.

4. Shankaracharya Temple

Shankaracharya Temple to add to your Kashmir itinerary

The Shankaracharya Temple is also known as the Jyesteshwarya Temple and is considered the oldest temple in Kashmir. Furthermore, it is not known who built the temple, but the Hindus of Kashmir believe it to be built by Adi Shankaracharya. Every year, hundreds of Amarnath pilgrims flock to this temple, and Shiva’s mace is brought here.

Location : Durgjan, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001

Timing : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm all days of the week.

Day 2: For the Adventurers

Enticing picture of valley urging you to make your Kashmir itinerary

For your second day in this gorgeous Union Territory, you can add Gulmarg to your Kashmir itinerary. This is a magnificent town located at a distance of  51 km from Srinagar. From here you can take either shared buses and taxis or hired cabs to Gulmarg. The journey takes a little more than an hour, so you need to start early from Srinagar.

Adrenaline rush from skiing in Gulmarg. A must add to your Kashmir itinerary

The ski season lasts from January to March in Gulmarg. For this, you need seasoned and certified instructors. They are available in Gulmarg and charge around INR 2500 for a day. Do note that thorough research is needed before opting to ski in Gulmarg.

2. Gondola Ride

Do add Gondola ride in Gulmarg to your Kashmir itinerary

The Gulmarg Gondola is the highest and longest cable car in Asia and the second longest and highest in the world! Do not miss adding this to your Kashmir itinerary at any cost. It is the ideal activity for families and couples and the best time is during the skiing season because of the scintillating carpet of snow as far as the eye can see. Remember to book in advance to avoid waiting at the ticket counter during season time.

Location : District Baramulla, Alambal Road, Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir 193403

Timing : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm every day.

Entry fee : INR 700 for the first stage, INR 900 for the second stage and INR 300 for chairlifts.

3. Gulmarg Wildlife Sanctuary

Calm valleys in Kashmir beckoning you to plan a Kashmir itinerary

The Gulmarg Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its lush flora and varied fauna. It hosts the highly endangered Musk Deer. The Sanctuary itself is lovely and worth a visit.

Location : 38JW+RR2, District Baramulla, Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir 193403

Timing : 24 hours every day.

Entry fee : INR 500 per person.

Day 3: For leisure seekers

Lakes in Kashmir that you must add to your Kashmir itinerary

After your trip to Gulmarg, you can return to Srinagar and tick off more places from your Kashmir itinerary. Furthermore, you can have a relaxed day by doing just a few things on Day 3.

1. Stroll in the Tulip Garden

Add a visit Kashmir's tulip garden in your Kashmir itinerary

The Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden is the largest in Asia and hosts a variety of tulips. It is rendered more scenic because of the Dal Lake that you can glimpse and the Zabarwan range at whose base the garden is situated. All this gives the Garden its heavenly aspect. However, the tulips are in full bloom only during the month of April, and since they do not survive for more than 20 days, it is imperative to visit this place during spring.

Location : Jammu and Kashmir, Cheshma Shahi Rd, Rainawari, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001

Timing : 8:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Entry fee : INR 60 for adults and INR 25 for children.

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2. Shikhara ride in Dal Lake

Shikhara ride in Dal Lake should not be missed in your Kashmir itinerary

The iconic Dal Lake is the face of tourism in Kashmir. Indeed it is picture perfect with the still lake and at its backdrop the magnificent mountains. This relaxing activity offers a view of the Lake and its surroundings which you can take in with ease as you float along the lake in quaint boats.

Location : 4VG5+Q47, Srinagar, 190006

Timing : 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Entry Fee : Anywhere between INR 1000 to INR 1500 for an hour.

Day 4: For the Shoppers

Shop till you drop because Kashmir has a lot to offer. So keep an entire day for this in your Kashmir itinerary as the Union Territory is rich in handicraft items which makes for a good souvenir. 

1. Floating Market

Add a visit to early morning floating market on your Kashmir itinerary

The Floating Market is so named as the goods are sold on boats along the Dal Lake. Although only vegetables and perishables are sold, it is worth the visit for tourists as the scene is very picturesque.

Location : Dal Lake, Karapura, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001

Timing : 6: 00 am to 7:30 am.

2. Lal Chowk

Add shopping in the famous market square of Lal Chowk to your Kashmir itinerary

Kashmir is famous for dry fruits, Pashmina shawls, woollen items and other handicraft products. Lal Chowk, the oldest market in Srinagar, is famed for selling all this and more. You can visit this market to pick up a few things for yourself and your loved ones after visiting the floating market.

Day 5: For the Heritage Tourists

For the last day of your tour, visits to famous heritage sites across Srinagar should be added to your Kashmir itinerary, to soak in the history of this place. 

1. Pari Mahal

Visit to the enchanting Pari Mahal a must in your Kashmir itinerary

Pari Mahal is also known as The Palace of Fairies. Its location atop the Zabarwan Mountain range provides it with a view of the entire city of Srinagar along with the magnificent Dal Lake. It is famed for hosting Dara Shikoh and was used as an observatory. Furthermore, astrology and astronomy were taught here as well. Since there is no public transport to take you to the palace, you will need to hire a private taxi to get there.

Location : 3VJG+FVC, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001

Timing : 9:30 am to 7:30 pm all days of the week.

Entry fee : INR 40 per person tentatively.

2. Hari Parbat Fort

The Fort is also known as Koh-i-Maran and was built by an Afghan Governor Atta Mohammad Khan during the 18th century. The first fortifications, however, were built by Akbar during the 16th century. The fort has Muslim, Hindu, and Sikh shrines as all religions believe the area to be sacred.

Location : Nohata, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190003

Timing : 9:30 am to 5:30 pm on all days except Sunday.

Entry fee : Rs 20 for locals and 40 for non-locals.

3. Shalimar Bagh

Mughal era garden, Shalimar Bagh, an unmissable place to add to your Kashmir itinerary

Shalimar Bagh was built by the Mughal emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan. A high point in Mughal architecture was reached in the building of this Mughal Garden which is now considered the Crown of Srinagar.

Location : Chinar chowk, Shalimar, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 191121

Timing : 9:30 am to 6:30 pm on all days of the week.

Entry fee : INR 24 per person.

4. Nishat Bagh

Nishat Bagh also referred to as the ‘Garden of Joy’ is also located on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan Mountain in its backdrop. A beautiful terraced garden built by the Prime Minister of Shah Jahan, this is a must-add place to your Kashmir itinerary.

Location : Main road Nishat next to Mughal garden Nishat Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir, 191121

Timing : 9: 00 am to 9: 00 pm all days of the week.

Entry fee : INR 30 per person.

We hope this article finds you just when you are looking to plan a 5-day Kashmir itinerary. The nearest cities are Chandigarh and New Delhi, where you can catch a flight, overnight bus, or train. So do plan a trip to Kashmir with your loved ones and head over to the mountains whenever you hear their call for as the famous poet Wordsworth says “ Nature never did betray the heart that loved her ”.

FAQs: 1. How many days are enough for Kashmir?

Depending on your intent, 5-6 days are enough for exploring Kashmir.

2. Which is the best month to visit Kashmir?

December to March is perfect for those who wish to see the snow otherwise March to August is also pleasant for a visit to Kashmir.

3. When does it snow in Kashmir?

Months between December to March experience snowfall in Kashmir.

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Arrive at Srinagar

Arrive at Srinagar before 8 AM. Make sure to shoot some amazing visuals of the Himalayas before your flight lands. Left-side seats are better for this.

Have breakfast and do a city tour, covering the following places. You can hire a cab or an auto for this.

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You can spend around 30 - 45 minutes in each of these places.

Post the city tour, you can proceed for lunch. You can try out some of the following restaurants.

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Post lunch, proceed towards Dal lake and check into your hotel. You can also stay in one of the houseboats in Dal lake. Listing down some recommendations for your stay:

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After you checkin, rest till evening. In the evening, proceed towards Dal Lake for an amazing sunset boat ride. The ride typically lasts for 1 - 1.5 hours and shall cost you about INR 500 - 800 per person. Make sure that you bargain. During the ride, you will come across people in boats selling snacks, kahwa (traditional Kashmiri tea), artifacts, etc. You will also pass by the floating market. The prices here can be a tad bit more expensive compared to land costs.

Post the boat ride, you can have dinner and call it a day. 

On day 2, finish your breakfast early and proceed towards Pahalgam. You can hire a cab for this. The journey from Srinagar to Pahalgam should take about 2 - 3 hours. En route, you will pass by saffron fields, apple orchards and cricket bat factory. You may also purchase dry fruits and saffron from any of the shops on the way.

On arrival at Pahalgam, check into your hotel. The following are our recommendations:

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Post lunch, proceed towards Pahalgam taxi stand. You can hire a pony here to visit places such as mini Switzerland, Kashmir valley, Pahalgam valley, etc. The cost of pony will depend upon the places that you want to visit and should range from INR 4000 - 5000 per person. Again, make sure to bargain. This should take about 4 - 5 hours to complete.

P.S. Even though this experience is slightly expensive, we strongly recommend it. The views are to die for, and movies such as Bajrangi Bhaijan were shot in these places. 

Post this trip, return to your hotel for dinner and call it a day.

Pahalgam and return to Srinagar

Post breakfast, proceed to Pahalgam taxi stand. Please note that the cabs you hired from Srinagar are not allowed here, and you need to hire local union cabs from the taxi stand to visit Aru Valley, Betab Valley, and Chandanwari. During winter months, you may hire a sled in these valleys since walking can be a bit taxing in the cold weather. Gumboots will be available for rent in front of the entrance of these places. You can spend 1 - 1.5 hours in each of these places.

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Once you cover these places, you can return to Srinagar. En-route, visit Avantipur ruins.

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In the evening, you may visit Lal Chowk market or take a stroll along the banks of Dal Lake.

On day 4, finish your breakfast early and proceed towards Gulmarg. You can hire a cab for this. The journey from Srinagar to Gulmarg should take about 1.5 - 2 hours. Please note that during winter months, depending on road conditions, your vehicle may not be allowed in Gulmarg and you may have to hire a local union cab. Here also, on the top, you may hire a sled during the winter months. You can also rent jackets, gumboots, etc. here. The main attraction in Gulmarg is the Gondola ride. The queue for getting the tickets can sometimes be very long, so plan on reaching Gulmarg early. It is also possible to book these tickets online. Gondola has two phases. The ticket price will depend upon the phase that you want to visit.

You can also try out activities such as skiing and snowboarding here. You may spend 4 - 5 hours here, depending upon the crowd and number of activities that you want to do.

Post this, definitely visit Drung waterfall, especially if you are visiting during the winter months. The frozen waterfall is one of the best natural sights that you will see in your life!

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You may choose to spend the day in Gulmarg, or return to Srinagar in the evening.

The following are some of our recommendations for stays in Gulmarg:

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The journey from Gulmarg to Sonmarg can take 3 - 3.5 hours. If you are traveling from Srinagar, it will take 2 - 2.5 hours. 

The biggest attraction of this place is the Thajiwas Glacier. You can hire a pony similar to Pahalgam here also.

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Return to Srinagar in the evening.

Departure from Srinagar

Check out from your hotel post breakfast and proceed towards with lots of memories to be cherished for a lifetime!

1. The land cost in Kashmir is expensive compared to other destinations (for hiring pony, local cabs, renting winter wear, etc.). Make sure that you bargain for a fair price and also carry sufficient amount of cash with you. While ATMs are available in Srinagar, they are sparsely available in other locations and online payment is not always an option.

2. If you are traveling during winter, make sure to carry sufficient amount of winter wear such as thermals, jackets, sweaters, etc. While gumboots are available for rent in places with heavy snow, you must carry woollen socks and a good pair of shoes.

3. Make sure to carry your essential medicines with you since medical shops may not be accessible everywhere.

4. While aerial shots of Kashmir are beautiful, make sure that you ask around for local regulations related to flying a drone. 

5. Please leave for airport early on your departure day since there is security checking before entering the airport. Please make sure to factor in atleast 30 - 45 minutes for this, based on the crowd at the airport.

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How to plan a Kashmir trip - A complete Kashmir Travel Guide

How to plan a kashmir trip - a complete kashmir travel guide.

Planning a trip to Kashmir can be an exhilarating experience. Known as "Paradise on Earth," Kashmir is a breathtakingly beautiful destination that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and adventure. Whether you are a nature lover, an adventure enthusiast, or someone seeking tranquility, Kashmir has something to offer for everyone. In this comprehensive guide, we will take you through everything you need to know to plan a memorable trip to Kashmir.

Best Time to Visit Kashmir

The best time to visit Kashmir is during the summer months, from April to September, when the weather is pleasant and the valleys are in full bloom. This is also the peak tourist season in Kashmir. If you prefer to avoid the crowds and enjoy snowfall, winter months from October to March are ideal for you. However, do keep in mind that some areas might be inaccessible due to heavy snowfall.

Getting to Kashmir

Kashmir is well-connected by air, road, and rail. The nearest airport is Srinagar International Airport, which receives regular flights from major cities in India. You can also opt for a road trip to Kashmir from Jammu or other nearby cities. Additionally, there is a railway station in Jammu, from where you can take a cab or bus to reach Kashmir.

Places to Visit in Kashmir

1. Srinagar: Start your Kashmir journey by exploring the capital city, Srinagar. Take a serene Shikara ride on Dal Lake, visit the famous Mughal Gardens such as Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh, and explore the ancient Shankaracharya Temple.

2. Gulmarg: Known as the "Meadow of Flowers," Gulmarg is a popular skiing destination in Kashmir. Enjoy a cable car ride to the Apharwat peak, indulge in snow sports, and take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful meadows.

3. Pahalgam: If you are a nature lover, Pahalgam is a must-visit destination in Kashmir. Explore the scenic Betaab Valley, go trekking to the picturesque Kolahoi Glacier, and enjoy a pony ride to the stunning Sheshnag Lake.

4. Sonamarg: Situated on the banks of River Sindh, Sonamarg is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts. Go trekking to the beautiful Thajiwas Glacier, enjoy white water rafting in the River Sindh, and experience camping amidst the magnificent landscapes.

5. Leh-Ladakh: Though not technically in Kashmir, a trip to Kashmir is often combined with a visit to Leh-Ladakh. Explore the stunning landscapes of Nubra Valley, ride the famous Khardung La Pass, and visit the serene Pangong Lake.

Things to Do in Kashmir

1. Houseboat stay: Experience the unique charm of staying in a traditional Kashmiri houseboat on Dal Lake or Nagin Lake. Enjoy the beautiful views, relish authentic Kashmiri cuisine, and bask in the tranquility of the surroundings.

2. Shikara ride: Take a peaceful Shikara ride on Dal Lake or Nagin Lake and witness the ethereal beauty of the floating gardens, lotus flowers, and the surrounding snow-capped mountains.

3. Visit the floating vegetable market: Explore the vibrant floating vegetable market on Dal Lake, where local vendors sell fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers from their beautifully decorated Shikaras.

4. Enjoy Kashmiri cuisine: Indulge in the rich and aromatic flavors of Kashmiri cuisine. Don't miss trying dishes like Rogan Josh, Yakhni, Gushtaba, and Phirni.

5. Trekking and hiking: Kashmir offers numerous trekking and hiking trails for adventure enthusiasts. The Great Lakes Trek, Tarsar Marsar Trek, and Kashmir Great Lakes Trek are some popular options that offer breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys.

Travel Tips for Kashmir

  • Carry warm clothing, especially if you are visiting during winter months.
  • Respect the local culture and customs. Make sure to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites.
  • Carry necessary medications and consult your doctor in advance if you have any health concerns.
  • Book your accommodation in advance, especially during peak tourist season.
  • Be prepared for occasional roadblocks or disruptions due to political situations in the region.

Kashmir is truly a paradise on Earth, offering visitors a unique blend of stunning natural beauty, rich history, and warm hospitality. By following this comprehensive travel guide, you can plan a memorable trip to Kashmir. Whether you want to soak in the tranquility of Dal Lake, explore the snow-capped mountains of Gulmarg, or indulge in adrenaline-pumping adventure activities, Kashmir promises an experience like no other. So pack your bags and get ready to create memories in this enchanting destination!

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With apple orchards, saffron fields, glittering lakes & breathtaking meadows, Kashmir, in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir, draws the attention of tourists from across the globe. With tranquil settings, magnificent views, and pristine nature, Kashmir is a perfect holiday destination that should be visited once in a lifetime.

Kashmir is an ideal destination to plan a family tour and honeymoon holiday in India. The picturesque Gulmarg, Srinagar, Pahalgam or Sonmarg, make a holiday with family, or honeymoon in Kashmir a wonderful experience. Kashmir is even home to the popular Amarnath Cave which calls the ardent devotees Lord Shiva from across the world.

While the beautiful Dal and Nigeen lakes in Srinagar offer an opportunity to relish a stay at the houseboat and enjoy a Shikara Ride; the alpine lakes like Tarsar Marsar, Vishnasar, Gadsar Lakes call out the adventure lovers for the best trekking experience. For more adrenaline-pumping adventure, nothing can beat the experience of skiing in Gulmarg during the winter season.

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Summer Season in Kashmir (March till June, Temperature 15°C to 30°C)

Summer Season in Kashmir is the most popular season, the climate is ideal for tourist, morning and evening are pleasant. You can enjoy shikara ride at Dal Lake and Nigeen Lake. Hotel and resorts of Kashmir are usually packed during this period thus it is advisable to book your tour well in advance


Monsoon Season in Kashmir (July to September, Temperature 13°C to 17°C)

Monsoon in Kashmir begins from July to August when the region receives rainfall. During monsoon everything in Kashmir becomes beautiful and lush green. August is the perfect time to witness apple picking in Kashmir. People usually prefer this time as you usually tends to get good flight and hotel deals during this time. Amarnath yatra also happens during this period of time.


Winter Season in Kashmir (October to February, Temperature -2°C to 12°C)

Winter season from November to February is the best time to witness snowfall in Kashmir, during this period honeymooners usually prefer to come and you can also enjoy skiing in Gulmrg.

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How to Reach Kashmir?


Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport in Srinagar offers regular flights that connect Kashmir to other major cities of India. It is also the most preferred way to reach Kashmir by travellers.


At this moment there is no railway station in Srinagar, the railway station from Srinagar is Jammu Tawi, which is around 300 kms away from Srinagar. Work on Kashmir railways is under progress and soon we will have direct railway connectivity to Kashmir also.


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Encompassing serenity, Kashmir has outstanding accommodation options offering commendable hospitality to the tourists. The hotels and resorts in Kashmir, ranging from budget to luxury, offer top-notch services and promise to make your stay a pleasant and memorable one. Whether you are looking for a heritage experience, mountain retreat, or rendezvous with nature, the hotels and resorts in every tourist destinations of Kashmir Valley promise to offer you complete relaxation.

There are hotels and resorts in Kashmir providing a relaxing spa service for a rejuvenating holiday in Kashmir. No matter which tourist destination one chooses to visit for vacation in Kashmir, every accommodation offers an excellent stay experience to cherish for a lifetime.

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Top Things to Do in Kashmir

The unparalleled beauty of Kashmir offers the travellers a number of things to do. From a Shikara ride in Srinagar to trekking to the alpine lakes; from skiing in Gulmarg during the winter season to river rafting in Pahalgam; Kashmir has numerous activities for tourists that makes Kashmir tour an exciting one.

The wildlife lovers can visit Dachigam National Park to catch the sight of the Himalayan animals and birds. Being home to the popular Amarnath Cave and the gleaming Hazratbal Shrine, Kashmir offers pilgrimage opportunities to the devotees.

A trip to Kashmir is incomplete without savouring the delectable food and shopping from a wide variety of handicrafts. Apart from this, there are many activities for kids too to enjoy when holidaying in Kashmir.

Cuisine of Kashmir

Kashmir is not only pleasing to the eyes but does wonders to the taste buds with lip-smacking delicacies. Although rice has been the staple food of Kashmir since ancient times, the region has a wide array of food items that are mild in taste, rich in flavour and are particularly seasoned with saffron. The cuisine of Kashmir is strongly influenced by the Mughals and so the food here is predominantly non-vegetarian, with chicken, mutton and fish, being the prime ingredients.

Tourists on a holiday to Kashmir cannot return back without trying the popular food including Yakhni Pulao, Tabakhmaaz, Matschgand, Goshtaba, Riste Meatballs, Shab Deg, Lyader Tschaman, Aab Gosht, Rogan Josh, Harissa, Wazwan (a multi-course meal in Kashmiri Tradition). Apart from these, one should also try the unique beverages of Kashmir including Kashmiri Kahwa, Noon Chai also called Shir Chai or Gulabi Chai.

Tourist Attractions in Kashmir

Dolled up with pristine nature, Kashmir has many popular tourist attractions that are perfect for those planning a family vacation, holiday with friends, pilgrimage tour, adventure, and a honeymoon. In the most popular attractions of Kashmir Tourism, Dal and Nigeen Lake in Srinagar, one can enjoy a unique stay at the houseboat or enjoy a Shikara ride. The beautiful alpine lakes like Tarsar Marsar, Gadsar, Vishnasar lakes, offer adventure lovers the best trekking experience.

Then there are other points of interest including Dachigam National Park near Srinagar; apple orchards and Lidder river in Pahalgam; skiing slopes and cable car in Gulmarg; and Thajiwas Glacier in Sonmarg.

The religious sites in Kashmir like Amarnath Cave, Shankaracharya Temple, Charar-e-Sharief, Hazratbal Shrine, and Baba Reshi Shrine, set amidst a picturesque setting, offer pilgrimage opportunities to devotees from near and far.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. what is the best time to explore kashmir valley.

The winter season, from October to February, is the best time to explore Kashmir. During this time, you can enjoy the snowfall, skiing, Gondola riding and other adventure activities. For family and honeymoon vacationers, this is the best time to plan a visit to Kashmir Valley. However, summer and monsoon seasons are also great for visiting the Kashmir Valley.

Q. What is the best way to reach Kashmir?

The best way to reach Kashmir is by air, with the major airport of Kashmir Valley being Srinagar Airport, or Sheikh-Ul-Alam International Airport. It operates flights to the major cities of India like Delhi, Goa, Mumbai, Jammu and Bangalore. Some of the flights which operate from this airport are Air India, IndiGo, GoAir and Jet Airways.

Q. What are the best places in Kashmir for tourists?

The best places for sightseeing and exploration for tourists in Kashmir Valley are Srinagar, Gulmarg, Sonmarg, Yusmarg, Pahalgam and Gurez Valley.

Q. What kind of activities one can do in Kashmir?

The various kinds of activities that can do in Kashmir Valley are Shikara ride on Dal Lake, Skiing in Gulmarg, Horse Riding in Gulmarg and Pahalgam, Mountain Biking in Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Sonmarg, Trekking and Golfing in Gulmarg.

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Kashmir holds the undisputed title of paradise on earth and India’s most bountiful natural region. As you embark on this journey, we assure you that this Kashmir itinerary for 5 days will be the beginning of a traveling affair that would last a lifetime! While the blooming gardens of Srinagar are a sight to behold, Sonmarg’s rolling meadows strewn with alpine flowers will take your breath away.

Also included in our Kashmir trip plan for 5 days are Gulmarg and Pahalgam, each offering so much to explore and wonder at.

With so many magical experiences lined up on this Kashmir itinerary for 5 days, you needn’t think twice before setting aside time to make it happen. Covering all the major must-visit sites, this is your chance for a tryst with pristine meadows and picturesque valleys, majestic mountains, and striking glaciers.

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Kashmir Itinerary – Trip to heaven in 7 Days

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The northernmost state of India is also its most beautiful one. The Jammu and Kashmir region is surrounded by the Himalayas ranges. It also has some of the most breathtaking sights in the entire world. The beautiful state of Kashmir is also widely referred to as ‘heaven on earth’. Jammu and Kashmir is also famous for sacred trips of the Hindus- The trip to Vaishno Devi Temple. Today, we’ll tell you how you can make the most out of your 7-Day Kashmir Itinerary. While looking at kashmir packages, you can keep this itinerary as a reference.

From the snow-clad mountain ranges to the beautiful serene lakes, Kashmir is a home to wide variety of landscapes. It will make you fall in love with the place instantly. While the popular destinations of Kashmir like Srinagar as well as Gulmarg have been visited by millions of tourists over the past few years, places like Ladakh as well as the Zanskar valley have managed to gain popularity quite recently. Offering a wide variety of experiences, a trip to the beautiful valley of Kashmir with your closed ones will surely blow your mind away.

There are several places that you can visit in Kashmir. Srinagar can be considered as the starting point of your Kashmir trip. This article would give you a brief idea as to how to plan your Kashmir trip.

Kashmir Itinerary Snapshot

Day 1: Arrival at Srinagar Airport and exploring the city

Day 2: Sightseeing in Srinagar

Day 3: Travel to Gulmarg and exploring the place

Day 4: Travel to Sonamarg and exploring the place

Day 5: Travel to Pahalgam and exploring the place

Day 6: Travel to Chandanwari

Day 7: Travel back to Srinagar

Planning Your Kashmir Tour

How to reach kashmir.

In this trip, I recommend the city of Srinagar as the starting point of the trip  due to the ease of transportation facilities which is available in the city. It is also the winter capital of Kashmir and is also among the most popular destination in Kashmir. Srinagar is well connected to other important cities through well-established Airways and Railways. The city also has a railway station which can be used to reach the place.

Is Kashmir safe for Solo travellers?

Kashmir is very safe if you want to plan for your solo trip. You can safely complete your travel itinerary of 7 days here. The place is also guarded by the military making it very safe.

What is the best season to plan a Kashmir trip?

If you want to explore the best places of Kashmir, it is recommended that you plan your trip in the winter season. Planning a vacation in the month of December to February will be quite ideal. The winter season also opens a wide range of activities in Kashmir such as skiing, trekking and so on.

Where to stay in Kashmir and what are the type of hotels available ?

Almost all the tourist locations in Kashmir offer you a wide variety of stay options at extremely economical prices. Decent hotels are available in Srinagar along with few lodges. You can also stay at Four Points by Sheraton, Vivanta Dal View as well as Lalit Grand Palace if you desire a lavish stay. You can also prefer to stay in homestays if you are not willing to spend more for stay options. You can also stay in a House Boat for a more distinct experience.

What type of food options is available in Kashmir for vegetarians?

Kashmiri Kesar Phirni


Like any Indian city, Srinagar in Kashmir has plenty of food options for the likes of the vegetarians. The place is popular for its traditional dessert such as the Kashmiri phirni. You can also explore the street food while trying to know the local life here.

Is the trip to Kashmir affordable for budget travellers and back packers?

Yes. Stay options in Kashmir are quite affordable when compared to other cities. You can opt for lodging facilities if your budget is quite low. You can even get House Boats at economical prices.

Details Of 7- Day Kashmir Itinerary

Arrival at Srinagar Airport and explore the city

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Srinagar, the most serene city of Kashmir is also its most famous tourist place. The most efficient way to reach Srinagar is through Airways. Srinagar has good connectivity with the rest of our country. However, if you want to keep your budget low, then you can opt for a train which travels to Udhampur, Jammu Tawi or Katra. All these locations are at a mere distance of 5 to 7 hours from Srinagar.

Mughal Gardens

From this location, the most convenient way to reach the capital city of Kashmir is by hiring a cab or self-driving which might cost you between Rs. 1,800 to Rs. 2,000. The summer capital of Kashmir, the place is also the home to the most famous Mughal Gardens. This garden was built by the famous Mughal Emperor ‘Shah Jahan’.

Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden


You can next visit the Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden and be mesmerized by the outburst of colourful flowers. Likewise, you can then go on to see Shalimar Gardens and Nehru Garden.

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There are several amazing things that you can do in the city of Srinagar. You can even go on a Shikara ride on the famous Dal Lake. The Lake is also popularly known as the ‘Lake of Flowers’, ‘Srinagar’s Jewel’ and ‘Jewel in the crown of Kashmir’.

Sightseeing in Srinagar

Chashme Shahi Gardens


After finishing your breakfast, you can start your day by visiting Chashme Shahi Gardens and the Pari Mahal Garden. All these gardens are located on the Dal Lake’s bank.

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You can even visit the Shankaracharya Temple. The temple is also famously known as the Jyesteshwara Temple and is located on the Shankaracharya Hill. You can also get some stunning view of the lush green hills and mountains from this point.

Paragliding in Srinagar


In Srinagar, you will also come across paragliding and trekking opportunities. You can even go for skiing and horse riding. To explore the local life, you can even visit the local market.

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You can also shop for some Kashmiri pashmina, woolen clothes, carved wooden boxes, Kashmiri carpets, wicker baskets, silver jewelry, embroidered scarves as well as saffron.

Raghunath Bazaar


The most famous places to shop for these are the Lal Chowk, Raghunath Bazaar, Badshak Chowk, Polo View Market and the Residency Road.

You may now retreat back to your hotel and have a pleasant night stay.

Travel to Gulmarg and exploring the place



After your morning breakfast, you can head towards Gulmarg, which is popularly known as the ‘Meadow of Flowers’. It is at a distance of approximately 51 kms from Srinagar. You can either book a taxi or self-drive to this place. The place is a paradise for skiers.

Cable Car ride in Gulmarg


The place is a must-visit for any tourist on their trip to Kashmir. Right from vibrant flowers to the snow-capped mountains, the place is a perfect paradise for any adventure seeker. You can also explore the local cuisine by checking out any local dhabas. If weather permits, then you can go for mountain biking, trekking and skiing. You can even take a gondola ride which will offer you a panoramic view of the entire valley.

Apharwat peak


Gulmarg gets dark very early and hence it’s best to view the place with your family or friends post dinner. You can even take a trek to the Apharwat peak. If you have time, you can even visit Yusmarg. If you want you can even give fresh water fishing a chance here. If not for the trek to Apharwat, you can opt for a 10 km trek to Sand-e-Safed Valley. It is basically a home to a frozen lake.

Travel to Sonamarg and explore the place

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After completing your morning breakfast, you can visit Sonamarg which is located approximately 80 kms from Srinagar.  Sonamarg is basically a hill station which is located to the northeast of Srinagar. Sonamarg is popularly known as the ‘Meadow of Gold’. The river ‘Sindh’ makes the place extremely popular for mahseer fishing as well as trout .  You can even take a pony ride to any one of the glaciers for some fun in the ice.

Gadsar Lake

The place is located at an altitude of 9,186 feet against crystal clear blue sky and scenic meadows. Post your lunch; you can visit the Kheer Bhawani Temple. It is located in the middle of a natural spring.  The Gadsar Lake in Sonamarg is located at 16,400 feet. The unique feature of this lake is that is frozen throughout the entire year. Sonamarg is surrounded by snow-clad mountains as well as alpine flowers. The place is also famous for the beautiful walnut orchards that is a must visit.

Thajiwas Glacier


You must visit the Thajiwas Glacier and give horse riding and pony riding a try. You can even visit the Vishansar Lake as well as the Kishansar Lake if you have time. One of the best things to do in Sonamarg is the Gaganbal trek. It can be initiated from either of the two lakes.

Travel to Pahalgam and explore the place

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After your morning breakfast, you can check out from the hotel and drive to Pahalgam which is located approximately 31 kms from Sonamarg. Pahalgam is popularly known as the ‘valley of shepherds’. It is located at the confluence of the streams which flows from river Lidder and the Sheeshnag Lake.

Awantipura ruins


On the way, you can also visit the Awantipura ruins. It is an ancient temple is over 1100 years old. The temple is built in the honor of Lord Vishnu and was built by the King Awantivarman. On reaching Pahalgam, you can immerse yourselves into the surrounding beauty.

 Baisaren hills


You can take a walk to Baisaren, which is located at a distance of 2 kms from Pahalgam. The place has a beautiful small village surrounded with pine as well as fir forest offers a very pleasing view.

Betaab valley

If you have time, you can also visit the Mamaleshwar Temple, the Betaab valley and the Kolahoi Glacier. All these places offer a picturesque view of the beautiful valley.

Travel to Chandanwari

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Chandawari is located approximately 15 kms from Pahalgam. It is a famous glacier point. This place also serves as the starting point to the sacred Amarnath Yatra.

Sheshnag Lake


Located at an elevated location, the place is an offbeat destination to stop and enjoy some time in the midst of nature. Visit the famous Sheshnag Lake that flows in this district. It is one of the ancient places of pilgrimage for Hindus.



Then, you can visit Panchtarni, yet another popular tourist and pilgrimage destination. It actually acts as a rest camp for the Amarnath yatra. You can also give the local cuisine a try here. You can give the authentic mutton rogan josh a try here with the traditional bread. You can even try the famous Kashmiri phirni, a well-known dessert. There are plenty of activities you can take part here such as – climbing, trekking, palanquin ride, horse ride and snow sledging.

Travel back to Srinagar

Nishat Bagh

After enjoying your morning breakfast, you can travel back to Srinagar. Srinagar is located approximately 100 kms from Chandawari.  After you check into the hotel, you can visit Nishat Bagh. The place is also popularly known as the ‘Garden of Pleasure’. The latter one is the larger of the two gardens. It has an impressive plantation of Chinar trees on one of its highest terrace. Both of the gardens have been built on a symmetrical plan of central waterways along with fountains which divide a series of gardened terraces. The Nishat Bagh was built by Asif Khan in 1632 A.D. who was the brother-in-law of Jahangir.

Manasabal Lake

If you are interested in Bird Watching, then you can visit the Manasabal Lake. Later, you can even visit the Hazratbal Mosque which is the only domed mosque in the city.

Jamia Masjid

You can also visit the Jamia Masjid which located in the middle of the old Srinagar city. You may now retreat back to your hotel and depart to the airport/railway station to travel back home.

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Kashmir Travelogue – A Few Days in Paradise

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This article, and the next ones in the series, are an account of my first visit to Kashmir. While writing this Kashmir Travelogue, I am really hoping to give you a true picture of how you can plan a trip here, things you should keep in mind, places you must explore, and experiences that you must gain.

Forbidden paradise is what I was calling it before the trip actually. My thoughts on Kashmir were the same as the rest of the world. The very idea of visiting Kashmir makes people nervous and it did the same with me.

But then things changed when I went and spent some time there, rode my bike through its valleys, and got talking to its people. My trip to Kashmir was much more than enjoying the lush green mountains and clicking numerous photos. It was an experience in itself, one that I will cherish for the rest of my life.

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The first time I landed in Srinagar was about a decade ago while returning from Ladakh. Was I nervous back then? Yes definitely. I stayed in the city for a night and got out first thing the next morning.

The same routine followed in the coming years as well. Kashmir was just a stopover while we went riding to Ladakh. The only place I visited in all these years was Dal Lake in Srinagar city and that was pretty much it. Never did it occur to me to spend some time in Kashmir itself and visit the place that is known as a Jannat for its scenic beauty.

But after exploring the Himalayan regions of Uttarakhand, Himachal, Ladakh, and Spiti for years, Kashmir was bound to happen sooner or later.

Where to Go?

It all really started with a simple idea and that too several months in advance. A close friend of mine, Shoaib, and I were talking about how it had been a long time since we were out on a long trip together. We agreed we must plan a trip to someplace new sometime soon.

We talked about a few places and I suggested Kashmir, which neither of us had really been to. After that, there was not really much of a discussion and we both immediately agreed.

Next came the question of when. Through my blog, I met a Srinagar Local a few years ago. Faisal runs a motorcycle rental agency in the city. I called him and he suggested that we should plan for either August or September as it would be all lush green then.

Neither Shoaib nor I could afford to be away from work in September, and visiting Kashmir before or around the 15th of August did not sound like a good idea. Hence 3rd week of August was finalized.

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How and When?

After that came “for how long”. This one proved to be a really short discussion because 9 days were all that we could afford, including 2 weekends.

Last but not least was the question of how to go. First, we thought about traveling by my Thar. But that meant 2 days spent going to Srinagar from Delhi, and then 2 days coming back home. So out of 9 days, we will spend 4 days just going to and coming back from Kashmir.

Hence, we dumped the idea of driving and decided to book a flight instead. That way, we could just fly in and out of Srinagar and rent bikes from Faisal for traveling locally. We will be able to dedicate all 9 days to exploring as much as possible.

Now all this was happening several months in advance. Our trip was finalized for late August and we booked our tickets in early May, about 4 months before the travel dates.

Then in early June, It just so happened that I was talking to another close friend of mine, Lavish, on a different topic when the idea of asking him about coming along occurred.

Shoaib, Lavish, and I had been on several trips together before and I was actually surprised that I did not ask him sooner. When I mentioned the plan to Lavish, he too agreed. After about half an hour of getting his leaves approved, his flight ticket too was booked.

The only difference was that Shoaib and I were both in Delhi. Lavish however would have to first travel from Dehradun to Delhi and then fly to Srinagar.

After numerous discussions and taking inputs from Faisal (and after multiple changes), the following itinerary was decided. This however was just the initial plan. I was certain that the actual travel will turn out to be completely different.

  • Arrive in Srinagar and head straight to Gulmarg – Day 1
  • Travel from Gulmarg to Doodhpathri and reach Srinagar by evening – Day 2
  • Srinagar local sightseeing – Day 3
  • Srinagar to Pahalgam – Day 4
  • Pahalgam to Aharbal and Srinagar by evening – Day 5
  • Srinagar to Gurez – Day 6
  • Gurez to Sonamarg – Day 7
  • Sonamarg to Srinagar – Day 8
  • Fly Out of Srinagar – Day 9

I wanted to rent motorcycles for the entire duration of the trip. But Faisal had prior bookings he had to keep up with.

So for the first 2 days, it was decided that we would rent a cab and then take the handover of motorcycles from Faisal on Day 3. The driver would pick us up from the airport and take us to Gulmarg.

After this, it was pretty much just the wait for D-Day to arrive and getting the travel plan ready. We literally counted the days to the day of the trip and all 3 of us were quite excited.

Final Itinerary

I kept changing the itinerary multiple times trying to find the best way to explore the best that I could. Faisal of course was my primary source of information. I really thank the guy for being so patient with my wild amount of questions.

Mentioned below is how we finally ended up traveling. You can also click on the links to read about our journey on that particular day.

  • Delhi to Srinagar – Day 1
  • Srinagar to Gulmarg – Day 1
  • Sightseeing in Gulmarg – Day 2
  • Gulmarg Gondola Ride – Day 2
  • Trek to Alpather Lake – Day 2
  • Sightseeing in Gulmarg – Day 3
  • Gulmarg to Doodhpathri to Srinagar – Day 3
  • Srinagar to Aharbal Waterfall – Day 4
  • Aharbal to Peer ki Gali – Day 4
  • Srinagar to Yusmarg – Day 5
  • Sightseeing in Srinagar – Day 6
  • Srinagar to Gurez Valley – Day 6
  • Exploring Gurez Valley – Day 7
  • Gurez to Srinagar – Day 8
  • Srinagar to Delhi – Day 9

The list above is hyperlinked to this entire Kashmir Travelogue. You can either continue reading in the series or jump to any particular day by clicking on the link.

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Kashmir Travelogue – Conclusion

All three of us knew that this was going to be an amazing experience. The last time I was so excited about a trip was when I first visited Ladakh. And we weren’t wrong. It indeed turned out to be a grand journey; one that was going to be etched in our memories for a long time.

  • Journey Ahead – Delhi to Srinagar and to Gulmarg

Please click on the link above to continue reading the next part of my Kashmir Travelogue. If you have any questions, you can  contact me on Instagram  and I will be happy to answer. You can also consider  subscribing to my YouTube channel  and asking a question there.

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Kashmir: the ultimate nirvana on earth.

If you have heard that Kashmir is – the heaven on earth – it should be reason enough to visit Kashmir. The unmatched beauty has rivals only in its culture and cuisine. This is the reason why among all India tour packages, Kashmir is most in demand. The beauty of the area complements the various adventure activities on offer. You will get to try some high-altitude activities that you cannot avail anywhere else in India. Aim for Kashmir tour packages in the summers months to beat the heat in the mainland. Kashmiri people are warm and generous.

If you are interested in gastronomic tour packages, Kashmir could be your big attraction. The cuisine of the valley is very different from those in the mainland as the raw ingredients – fruits and vegetables – taste different. With such a unique and unusual escapade, Kashmir will stand out among all your Indian holidays.

Kashmir Tourism: Best Places to Visit

The capital and largest city in the valley has a lot of beautiful places to see. The gardens, parks and architecture make your Kashmir tour worthwhile. But the crowning glory is the Dal Lake. You may want to see the city on foot or hop on a horse for a ride around. The wide range of activities and shopping areas put Srinagar on the must-visit list of Kashmir tour packages.

If natural beauty is your muse, you must make a stopover at Pahalgam. Here you will find all the elements of paradise – forest, snowy peaks in the background, flowers, meadows, crystal clear water of the Lidder river etc. Let Kashmir tour packages help you de-stress at this enchanting location.

One of the prime tourist places under most Kashmir tour packages, here you have flowery meadows to stare at. If you want to catch the glorious sight of the valley full of blooming flowers, summer would be the best time to visit Kashmir. Gulmarg has enough adventurous activities to keep you charged during the holidays.

Kupwara epitomises greenery in its various shades. The bright green meadows have borders of dark green alpine forests and green mountains beyond that in the distance. Clear gurgling water and a fresh breeze will turn out to be the rejuvenating part of your Kashmir tourism plan. Check on Kashmir tour packages that cover Kupwara.

The place gets its name from the colour of the flowers that bloom here. Evidently, sightseeing is the most attractive activity in Sonamarg. Camping and trekking are other great options at this scenic place. You may want to look at Kashmir tour packages with Sonamarg on their itinerary.

Kashmir Tourism: Local Dishes to Try

Kashmiri dum aloo (potato curry).

Locally called ‘dum olav’, here is a spicy potato curry to brighten up your Kashmir package. It tastes noticeably different from the similar dish cooked in other parts of the country. The size of the potatoes is big, and the texture is melt-in-mouth. Take advantage of Kashmir tour packages to try this delicacy.

Wozij Chaaman (Cottage Cheese in Spices)

Wozij Chaaman is a nother melt-in-the-mouth dish that you can’t miss while on Kashmir tour packages. Most vegetarian fares offer this delicious item that is made with cottage cheese or paneer. The delicate flavour stands out due to the spices of the valley.

Rogan Josh (Spicy Lamb Curry)

Kashmir packages give you a wonderful opportunity to relish this delectable dish that is synonymous with the cuisine of the valley. This famous non-vegetarian item contains succulent pieces of lamb in flavourful, mildly spicy gravy. It is an elaborate dish meant for special occasions. Tourists on Kashmir tour packages can get a taste of this lip-smacking item at many of the restaurants in the valley.

Kahwah (Kashmiri Green Tea)

Utilise Kashmir tour packages to reach out for this exceptional drink of the valley. Spelt as Kaahwah, Kehwah, Kehwa etc., this spice-scented green tea is served garnished with slivers of almonds. This helps warm the body while it settles the stomach. It is an antioxidant-packed healthy beverage. Make this extraordinary beverage a routine part of your Kashmir package.

Kashmir Tourism: Top Things to Do

Sail on the dal lake.

The biggest draw in most Kashmir tour packages, the Dal Lake has charming, small rowboats called ‘shikara’ to take rides on the lake. You can ride up to the island garden on the lake and have a cup of ‘Kahwah’ tea. Alternately, book a houseboat to stay on the lake to add a unique experience to your Kashmir tourism.

Energise on the Gondola Ride

Catch a glimpse of the snowclad mountain ranges from high above the ground. This thrilling ride in a cable car hanging from a powered cable will excite you as much as the bird-eye view amazes you. Kashmir tour packages cannot be complete without this exhilarating experience.

Enjoy Snowboarding and Skiing

The adventure of skiing down icy slopes is an incomparable experience. And if you have kids travelling with you, book snowboarding in your Kashmir packages and watch their glee. These activities may not be possible during some summer months. Do check with all tour operators to ensure the best time to visit Kashmir.

Try Extreme Sports

What better place to attempt extreme adventure surrounded by nature’s beauty? Kashmir tour packages often include opportunities to seek out adrenaline-pumping activities. Look for rafting, paragliding and mountain biking to set your heart racing amidst ethereal beauty. Seek out suitable Kashmir tour packages to add these to your benefit.

Souvenirs to Look out For in Kashmir

Let the enchanting land of Kashmir linger with the charming mementoes that you bring back from Kashmir tour packages. You can buy cashmere shawls, carpets and home décor items. Papier mâché or paper mâché articles are a great choice as gifts. Keep your Kashmir tour alive by buying saffron, dry fruits, special spices of the land and Kashmir’s tea (Kahwah). Pick up some quaint articles like the warming willow basket (Kangri), traditional silver jewellery and embroidered cloth material.

Plan your Kashmir holidays with MakeMyTrip and witness one of the most scenic holiday destinations in India. A Kashmir tour will take you through breathtaking mountains, lush landscapes, beautiful valleys, mesmerizing lakes, vast meadows and more. Your Kashmir tour is incomplete without sailing on the placid water of the iconic Dal Lake in the colourful shikaras or houseboats Thrill-seekers can enjoy the adrenaline rush from the many adventurous high-altitude activities like mountain biking, skiing, rafting and paragliding offered in Kashmir packages with MakeMyTrip. Take a Gondola ride while on Kashmir tour package and lose yourself in the surreal beauty of Kashmir. Book your Kashmir tour and indulge in the world-famous cuisine of the land, the Kashmiri Wazwan which has lip-smacking options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. When planning a Kashmir tour in winter, carry heavy woollens, sweaters, scarves and warm footwear. Take home charming art and artefacts in the form of handlooms, home décor items, saffron, special spices and Kashmir’s tea (Kahwah), as souvenirs and gifts for your friends and family. Avail discounts and offers from a wide range of Kashmir packages available on MakeMyTrip website, which can even be customized just for you. So what are you waiting for? Take a trip to Kashmir and let this enchanting land leave you with long-lasting memories to cherish for a lifetime!

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Q. Will there be snow in May in Kashmir?

A. If you are visiting Kashmir in May, you will not find snow in the lower reaches. However, you could still find snow in higher altitudes such as Pahalgam or Gulmarg. Otherwise the temperature will be pleasant in the lower reaches too.

Q. How can I go to Srinagar by train?

A. There are no direct trains to Srinagar from any of the major cities. If you really wish to travel by train only, then you can take a train till Jammu or Udhampur and travel from there to Srinagar by the local DEMU train or by bus or taxi. However, the most convenient way to travel to Srinagar is by air.

Q. What should I buy in Jammu Kashmir?

A. Some of the best things to buy while you are on a Kashmir tour package are Kashmiri dry fruits, saffron, honey, and salt tea. In addition, you can buy locally produced woollen textile products like shawls, stoles, ponchos etc. The traditional Kashmiri embroidery is famous across the world and you can buy embroidered apparel as well from Kashmir. Some high-quality souvenirs to bring back from Jammu Kashmir include walnut wood products, silver ware, copper and brass utensils and more.

Q. Which is the best place in Jammu Kashmir for a honeymoon?

A. If you have to pick one destination in Kashmir for a honeymoon stay, then we would recommend Gulmarg. This hill station is one of the most romantic and scenic of the various Kashmir tourist places, and offers enchanting views everywhere you look. Couples can spend quality time with each other and also indulge in exciting activities like gondola ride, skiing, snowboarding, etc.

Q. Where and when can I do skiing in Kashmir?

A. Gulmarg is one of the most popular skiing destinations in India. Mid-December to mid-March is the best time to visit Kashmir if you wish to hit the slopes in this town.

Q. How can I reach Vaishno Devi?

If you wish to visit Vaishno Devi, the closest railway station is at Katra. You can take a train here from Delhi and many other cities in India. For those planning to reach by air, the closest airport is Jammu, which is about 47 km. away. From Jammu airport, taxis to Katra are easily available.


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Tuesday, 13 Feb 2024

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Putrajaya-based travel agent to pay rm31,000 for unfulfilled umrah trip, contractors ordered to pay for abandoning projects.

SIX holidaymakers who had booked a winter holiday to India, only to have their travel plans dashed when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, want the travel agent to refund their money.

They had initially booked the trip to Kashmir for December 2020, but following the pandemic outbreak and imposition of the movement control order, the Kota Kinabalu-based travel agent cancelled the trip.

Farah Syahirah wants the travel agent to refund the RM5,000 paid for the package to Kashmir, India.

She had booked the 5D/4N Kashmir private trip for her husband and two children.

Joining them were Farah’s friend, her husband and their toddler.

The travel agent set up the ground arrangements for the group in Kashmir.

They paid RM5,000 in total in September 2019 for the four adults and two children.

The balance of RM1,494 was to be paid 30 days before the departure date in December.

No charges were imposed for the toddler.

“We chose the travel agent from Kota Kinabalu as the prices quoted by the company were much lower,” said Farah who works as a clerk.

The package included houseboat accommodation, transportation in Kashmir, meals (breakfast and dinner), airport transfer, tour guide, car parking and transport toll charges.

“It did not cover our return flight tickets from Kuala Lumpur to New Delhi, New Delhi to Srinagar, lunch, entrance fees at places of interest and tour activities,” she said.

Farah said following the MCO in March 18, 2020, the travel agency cancelled the package as Malaysia’s international borders were closed.

However, the agency did not give any notice of cancellation or get feedback from Farah.

“The holiday could have been postponed instead as we did not mind waiting until the situation improved and travel restrictions were lifted,” she said.

“I contacted the company and asked them to return the RM5,000 we had paid but they claimed the sum had already been forwarded to the travel agent in Kashmir.”

Farah said the company was only willing to reimburse them by offering two domestic packages as replacement but she declined the offer.

Tribunal president Lee Chee Thim ordered the respondent, who did not turn up for the hearing, to return RM5,000 to the claimant within two weeks.

Those who need assistance with regard to Tribunal matters can contact 07-227 1755/1766.

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In 2024, there have been reports of unexpected closures of some of the world's most iconic destinations. From the ancient steps of the Acropolis to the Smithsonian Castle in Washington, this year marks a temporary pause for some of the globe's most treasured sites.

Some reasons quoted are preservation and restoration, whereas these closures also prompt a moment of reflection on the delicate balance between our desire to explore and the imperative need to protect our cultural and natural heritage.

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Smithsonian Castle, Washington, DC

The first building bearing the name Smithsonian is taking a hiatus for a makeover. The museum complex’s main building, known as the Smithsonian Castle, closed in February 2023 and will be shut for about five years for repairs and upgrades.

Notre Dame, Paris

In 2019, the world watched in horror as Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire. Donations poured in to restore the popular icon, and it is set to reopen in December 2024 after an extensive restoration process to its original look. So, you will have to wait till December to plan a trip to this place.

Park Hyatt, Tokyo

Considered the first Western-style luxury hotel in Japan’s capital, the Park Hyatt will close in May 2024 for a ‘property-wide renewal.’ The rooftop New York Bar, which featured in the movie ‘Lost in Translation,’ will reopen in 2025.

Noma, Copenhagen

Ranked as one of the world’s best restaurants, it will be closing in 2024, but it won’t disappear entirely. In 2025, Noma plans to reopen as ‘a pioneering test kitchen dedicated to the work of food innovation and the development of new flavours.’

Phantom of the Opera, New York City

After 35 years and nearly 14,000 performances, the iconic musical took its final bow on the New York City stage in 2023, retiring as Broadway’s longest-running show.

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vineyard, Milan

Once a tourist destination for half a century, the remains of Leonardo Da Vinci’s Italian vineyard are now in private ownership, as it has been purchased by French billionaire Bernard Arnault in December 2022. He has not made any official announcements as to when the travellers will be able to visit this site again.

Pergamonmuseum, Berlin

The Pergamonmuseum, an integral part of Berlin's UNESCO World Heritage-listed Museum Island complex and renowned for housing the world-famous Ishtar Gate, is set to undergo a comprehensive upgrade project. This ambitious initiative, encompassing the creation of a new central pedestrian zone and the expansion of exhibition halls, will result in the museum's closure until 2027.

Star Wars: Galactic Cruiser, Disney World

Despite a grand debut and its connection to one of the most widely recognized intellectual properties globally, the Star Wars-themed Galactic Cruiser at Walt Disney World ceased operations in 2023. With regard to this, Disney stated that it was a business decision.

Easter Island, Chile

To preserve its mystical Moai statues and archaeological sites, Easter Island is limiting visitor numbers. This strategy aims to protect the island's fragile environment and rich cultural heritage from the impacts of tourism. So, there are very light chances that you will get to visit this place.

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  3. Ultimate Kashmir Itinerary for 8 Days

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  1. How to Plan a Trip to Kashmir

    Hello Vargis bhai, Thanks a lot for detailed information, Extremely helpful to people like us to build DIY travel plan. I am considering trip to Kashmir from Oct 14 to 24, Mainly Srinagar, Gurez, Gulmarg and Pahalgam, , is this good time to visit Kashmir and all these places i want to cover. I am planning below itinerary: Day 1: Arrive Srinagar

  2. A 8-Day Kashmir Travel Itinerary

    Day 1. Arrival in Srinagar, Shikara Ride on Dal Lake As you step into the enchanting realm of Kashmir, your journey begins in the capital city of Srinagar. Upon arrival, immerse yourself in the tranquility of Dal Lake with a serene Shikara ride, marveling at the floating gardens and vibrant houseboats. Stay at a houseboat.

  3. Our 9 days Kashmir trip itinerary with family

    Day 6: Gulmarg Gondola Ride. Day 7: Gulmarg to Srinagar Transfer. Day 8: Srinagar to Doodhpathri day trip. Day 9: Flight back from Srinagar. Alternate Kashmir trip itinerary with family. Kashmir Trip Itinerary Option 1 : 5 days trip to Srinagar, Pahalgam and Gulmarg. Kashmir Trip Itinerary Option 2 : 3 days visiting Pahalgam and Gulmarg.

  4. 4 Days Itinerary For Kashmir: How To Plan A Quick, Short Trip

    It was oh-so-romantic! 2. Sledging & Skiing. Our 4 days itinerary for Kashmir also included sledding and skiing in Kashmir. We had our share of fun in the snow. We were not expecting to see so much of snow in July in Kashmir but we got lucky. 3. Sonmarg. Sonmarg felt like a 'gateway to heaven'.

  5. Best Itinerary for Kashmir Trip

    Itinerary for Kashmir for 10 Days. Last but not least, mentioned below is how this trip can be planned for a total of 10 days. Day 1: Arrival in Srinagar. Local sightseeing and night stay in Srinagar. Day 2: Day trip to Gulmarg. Return to Srinagar by the evening. Day 3: Srinagar to Sonamarg.

  6. Kashmir Tour Itinerary For 6 Nights 7 Days

    Srinagar: Sightseeing. Sightseeing. Other Benefits (On Arrival) Sightseeing Breakfast Stay Included. Visit the famous Mughal Gardens and Shankaracharya Temple. Shikara ride and overnight stay at houseboat included in your Kashmir 6 Nights 7 Days package itinerary. 1 of 1. Day 7.

  7. Srinagar in Kashmir: Travel Guide to Plan Your Trip

    The monsoon usually arrives by mid July. September to October is also a good time to visit, and is not so busy. Foliage turns lovely deep, warm colors in late October, as the weather becomes colder. Temperatures get quite hot during the day in summer, but are chilly at night. Make sure you bring a jacket!

  8. Kashmir Travel Itinerary 7 to 9 Days

    Day 1 - Arrive in Srinagar. Day 2,3 - Leave for Gulmarg. Spend 1 or 2 days/nights in Gulmarg. Day 4 - Travel from Gulmarg to Pahalgam. Takes about 4 hours. Stop at Pampore. Day 5 - Spend the day in Pahalgam. Day 6 - Travel from Pahalgam to Sonmarg. Takes about 6 hours.

  9. Kashmir trip planner: make a Kashmir itinerary & map

    Plan on the go with our free travel app. With Wanderlog's mobile travel planner on Android and iOS, access and edit your trips wherever you go — even while offline. Keep your places to visit, flight/hotel reservations, and day-by-day itineraries for your trip to Kashmir in our web and mobile app vacation planner.

  10. Kashmir Itinerary: 15 Places To Make Your Trip The Best Ever!

    4. Nishat Bagh. Nishat Bagh also referred to as the 'Garden of Joy' is also located on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan Mountain in its backdrop. A beautiful terraced garden built by the Prime Minister of Shah Jahan, this is a must-add place to your Kashmir itinerary.

  11. 6-day Kashmir Itinerary for First-Time Visitors

    Kashmir is a feast to your eyes and hearts in all seasons- lined up with green meadows and blossoming gardens in summer and snow-capped mountains in winter. This FREE 6-day itinerary for Kashmir is comprehensive and is guided by our own trips to this magical place. The guide includes: Detailed outlines of what you should do in each of the 6 ...

  12. A perfect 7-day itinerary for Kashmir

    Day 7 - Explore Srinagar. Spend the day exploring Srinagar or just relax the way you want. If you are keen to see what the city has to offer, then start with the Mughal gardens, which were built ...

  13. The Perfect 5 Days Itinerary for Kashmir

    Maharashtra Road Trips. 24 Hours in Jodhpur | the Perfect Itinerary. Skip the overpriced tour packages and do this easy road trip by bike that takes you through the tourist hotspots of Kashmir. Here's a perfect itinerary for a first-timer. Srinagar-Sonmarg-Pahalgam-Gulmarg-Srinagar.

  14. How to plan a Kashmir trip

    2. Gulmarg: Known as the "Meadow of Flowers," Gulmarg is a popular skiing destination in Kashmir. Enjoy a cable car ride to the Apharwat peak, indulge in snow sports, and take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful meadows. 3. Pahalgam: If you are a nature lover, Pahalgam is a must-visit destination in Kashmir.

  15. Kashmir 2024: All You Need to Know Before You Go

    4. from $499 per adult. Kashmir Private Tour - an ultimate abode of heaven. 3. from $430 per adult. Jammu & Kashmir Valley Tour. 3. from $1,171 per adult. Full-day Trekking Tour to Mohanmarg Meadow.

  16. Plan a Safe Trip to Kashmir: Your Perfect Itinerary Decoded

    About 55 kilometres from Srinagar, he regaled me with anecdotes about Bollywood's love affair with Kashmir along the way. Known as the 'meadow of flowers', Gulmarg needs to be experienced to truly understand its beauty. Enveloped by powdery peaks of the Pir Panjal Range, as expected, Gulmarg was teeming with visitors from far and near.

  17. Kashmir Tourism

    Kashmir is an ideal destination to plan a family tour and honeymoon holiday in India. The picturesque Gulmarg, Srinagar, Pahalgam or Sonmarg, make a holiday with family, or honeymoon in Kashmir a wonderful experience. Kashmir is even home to the popular Amarnath Cave which calls the ardent devotees Lord Shiva from across the world.

  18. How to spend a week in Kashmir? A complete itinerary

    Day 1: Arrive in Srinagar. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, is brimming with myriad beautiful attractions waiting to be explored. The city is prized for its valley, the Dal Lake, romantic shikara ...

  19. Kashmir Tour Itinerary For 4 Nights 5 Days

    I plan a family trip for Kashmir in the mid of March 2023.I opt Travel Trangle as a tour operator of J & K. The hotels & house boat are in best places from where the view is amazing.The cab driver Raja are so decent & well behaved.The tour is amazing & hassel free,we enjoyed the places with lots of joy.Thank you Travel Tangle team for a memorable tour at Kashmir.

  20. The Ultimate Kashmir Tourism Guide: Budget, Best Time To ...

    A comprehensive Kashmir tourism guide that tells you everything you need to know to plan a getaway to 'heaven on earth'. From the trip budget to the best pla...

  21. Kashmir Itinerary

    Srinagar can be considered as the starting point of your Kashmir trip. This article would give you a brief idea as to how to plan your Kashmir trip. Kashmir Itinerary Snapshot. Day 1: Arrival at Srinagar Airport and exploring the city. Day 2: Sightseeing in Srinagar. Day 3: Travel to Gulmarg and exploring the place

  22. Kashmir Travelogue

    For all other details on Kashmir like mobile connectivity, public transport, taxi services, and several other tips, please take a look at How to Plan a Trip to Kashmir - A Complete Travel Guide. For getting the best hotel rates, and taxi charges, and to organize your trip to Kashmir, you can speak with Kunal @ 9910 402 252.

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    Kupwara epitomises greenery in its various shades. The bright green meadows have borders of dark green alpine forests and green mountains beyond that in the distance. Clear gurgling water and a fresh breeze will turn out to be the rejuvenating part of your Kashmir tourism plan. Check on Kashmir tour packages that cover Kupwara. Sonamarg


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    The travel agent set up the ground arrangements for the group in Kashmir. They paid RM5,000 in total in September 2019 for the four adults and two children. The balance of RM1,494 was to be paid ...

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