Jammu and Kashmir is a state in northern India, often denoted by the acronym J&K. It is located mostly in the Himalayan mountains, and shares borders with the states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab to the south
Destinations Covered - 2N Srinagar | 2N Gulmarg
Strating Rs. 21,999/- per person on twin sharing basis
accommodation, half board meals, transfers, sightseeing
|Food & Drink||Breakfast in the Room|
|Internet||Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.|
|Parking||Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out|
|Languages||Italian, French, Spanish, English, Arabic|
Day 1 : Dal Lake- Nigeen lake- Shankaracharya Hill
The Dal Lake is the most celebrated and important lake amongst all in Srinagar. It is home to carved wooden houseboats, vibrant shikaras and floating gardens. The meandering road of the wooded Shankaracharya Hill has the 11th century Shiva temple on top. The temple boasts of breathtaking views of the valley . The meandering road of the wooded Shankaracharya Hill has the 11th century Shiva temple on top. Later vist The temple boasts of breathtaking views of the valley.
Day 2 : Srinagar : Visit Mughal Gardens- Apple Orchards- Nilagrad River
Shalimar, Nishat and Chashm-e-Shahi constitute the famous Mughal Gardens of Srinagar. They are known as much for their architectural exquisiteness as for the history that surrounds them. It was in the 17th century that Shalimar Bagh (garden) was built as a summer residence and royal court. The layout of both Shalimar and Nishat Bagh are similar to that of the Persian gardens with a water source in the centre and four streams radiating from it. Chashm-e-Shahi Bagh is known for its fresh water springs, which are popular for their medicinal value. There is also a mountain spring near a shrine called Chasma Sahibi after which the garden is named. In autumn, the Mughal Gardens are covered with fallen red golden leaves – a walk with your beloved is a memory that will last forever. For a unique experience, a visit to the apple orchards during the summer season is recommended. Children will enjoy plucking apples from trees. If you’re visiting in May, you can catch the best of the harvesting season. Lastly visit Nilagrad River is a gushing mountain stream that forms an integral part of Kashmir's breathtaking landscape. At Baltic Colony, it merges with the watercourse of Indus – one of the longest rivers across the world. The water of this river carries a reddish hue, which makes it different from other water bodies in the region. Natives believe that this water carries curative properties that heal many ailments. Owing to this belief, people gather here in large numbers on Sundays to take a bath in its supposedly healing water.
Day 3 :
Srinagar to Gulmarg Drive 56 KM check in Hotel and ready for exciting sightseeing in Gulmarg Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve – Gulmarg Golf Course - Shrine of Baba Reshi Gulmarg BiospherSpread over an area of 180 sq km, Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve is home to many common and rare species of fauna, flora and avifauna. Located at an altitude varying between 2400 and 4,300 metres above sea level, this reserve is among those regions where biodiversity is in its richest form. Nature has blessed this sanctuary with expansive patches of conifers and green herbs that give it a scenic appearance. Gulmarg Golf Course with asymmetrical contours is counted amongst the largest 18-hole golf courses in the country. Situated on the lower ranges of Gulmarg, it has emerged as one of the most popular golfing destinations in India. Entrance Fee on own cost Shrine of Baba Reshi Built in the 13th century, people from all walks of life visit the shrine to seek blessings. It is accessible by a motorable road from Gulmarg. Built in 1480, the shrine is dedicated to the Muslim scholar and saint, Baba Reshi who spent his days in meditation and prayer here. It’s also an architectural beauty. What makes an immediate impression is the old Kashmiri architecture of the shrine – lattice work windows, intricately carved deodar pillars and exquisite craftsmanship.then back to hotel have dinner and relax
Day 4 : Seven Springs- Alpather Lake
- See the lovely Srinagar and Gulmarg valleys from Seven Springs Seven Springs is famously known for seven natural outlets of water, a mesmerizing sight. You can also catch the majestic overview of both the Srinagar and Gulmarg valleys from here. Visit Alpather lake A picturesque water body at the foot of the twin Apharwat Peaks, Alpather Lake is a stunning natural attraction. Embraced by rocky mountains and endless meadows that are covered with wildflowers, this lake is doubtlessly, every nature photographer's delight. Owing to the breathtaking topography, the lakeside has become a favourite picnic spot for the locals as well as tourists. During winters, the lake remains frozen, and the surrounding fields get laden with snow. Approximately 13 km from Gulmarg, this enchanting location is truly a wonderful place to get lost in. From Gulmarg, you can reach the lake on a horseback through a well-graded track. The horse ride through snowy trails is in itself alluring enough to make you come again and re-visit.
Day 5 :
Departure from Gulmarg to Srinagar Airport/ Railway station by car 60KM
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