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Kashmir Holidays

Kashmir "The Paradise On Earth", a destination for Tourists of all ages throughout the year.

Ladakh Sojourn

Land of High Passes also as Little Tibet is one of the oldest tourist destinations.  

Jammu - City of Temples

Jammu, the winter capital of the state, is known as the "city of temples".

Vaishnodevi Darshan

The shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi nestles in a cave of Himalayan Mountains in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Amarnath Yatra

Despite being an extremely difficult trek, millions of devotees come to pay homage to Shiva in one of his Himalayan abodes.

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 Jammu,  the winter capital of the state, is known as the "city of temples". It is believed that the city was originally founded by Raja Jamboo Lochan who lived in fourteenth century B.C. The Raja had gone out one day for hunting when he happened to witness a tiger and a goat drinking water from one and the same pond. This extraordinary phenomenon set him thinking and he decided to build a city at this site so that the strong and weak could live together in peace and mutual tolerance. Eventually, he founded the city which came to be known as "Jamboo" after his own name. With the passage of time and due to its frequent use the pronunciation of the name got slightly distorted and the city, came to be known as 'Jammu' as it is called now.

Places to visit:

  • Mata Vaishno Devi Temple : The holy shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi here attracts more than 4.5 million pilgrims every year. Katra Town, lying in the foot of Trikuta Mountains, 48 kms. from Jammu, serves as the base camp for visiting the famous shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi, which is accessible on foot along a 13 kms long well laid footpath. The cave shrine of Mata Vasihnodeviji or Trikuta Bhagwati at an altitude of 5,200 ft. holds great significance for the pilgrims.
  • Raghunath Temple : Situated in the heart of the city and surrounded by a group of other temples, this temple dedicated to Lord Rama is outstanding and unique in Northern India. Work on the temple was started by Maharajah Gulab Singh, founder of the Kingdom of Jammu and Kashmir in 1835 AD.
  • Ranbireshwar temple : Built by Maharaja Ranbir Singh in 1883 AD, Ranbireshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is located on the Shalimar Road near the New Secretariat. It has one central 'Lingam' rising 7.5 ft.upwards.
  • Amarmahal : Amarmahal is a beautiful palace of red sand stone which stands amidst the most enchanting surroundings of Jammu. From here you will find a scenic view of the Shiwaliks at the north and the beautiful River Tawi, which flows down below.


The Valley of Kashmir is full of the mighty mountains, Lush Greenery , blossoms of pinks , whites, yellows and flowers of all the rarest varieties. Rainbows spread across the blue skies. Meadows are spangled with daisies , flower beds with pansies, primroses, hyacinths and daffodils grow all over. Almond, cherry, apples strawberries are in abundance.
Rivers, Lakes, snow-caped mountains, dense forests, Hill stations you can't think of any heavenly beauty which is missing in this piece of heaven !

Srinagar :The Jammu and Kashmir’s Summer capital more than 2000 years old in the heart of Kashmir valley spreads out on both side of river Jehlum. Srinagar has been called the “Venice of the Orient”

The quaint charm of Houseboats of Dal Lake, Nageen Lake and Naseem Lake in Srinagar to stay is a MUST .The Houseboats are having two Bed rooms, three bed rooms and four bed rooms with attached bath, with dining and Sitting room also with Sun-deck. Each houseboat is having the attendant who can also serve the food. Explore lapping journeys on a Shikara in the lakes, past floating gardens.

Places Of Interest:

  • Pahalgam :
    95 km. east of Srinagar, 2400 mt. above sea level. Popular holiday resort. It is called “Shepherds village” at the head of the Lidder valley.
    Best place for trout fishing. Apart from angling , Pahalgam is also known as the starting point for trekking.
  • Gulmarg :
    56 kms from Srinagar, one and a half hour journey, 2690 mts above sea level. .It is called “Meadow of flowers”.
    In summer best for trekking, golfing and pony rides . One can have beautiful walk around and can see in good weather the high mountains like Naga Parbat (In Gilgit) 7650mts high, Kolohi and Harmukh which are 5425 and 5124 mts high.
    Gulmarg has the world’s highest green golf course in the world.
    Ski in the winter. There are cable cons that ferry the tourists up to the height of 3095 mts. (Gondola)    
  • Yusmarg :
     50 kms southeast of Srinagar, one and half hour journey through pine and fir forests. On the way to Yusmarg is the shrine of famous Kashmiri sufi saint : Sheikh Noor-ud-din, popularly known as Nunda Rishi. One can go up to Nilnag Lake either by foot or on a pony back.
    There is Tourist huts available.
  • Sonmarg :
    87 km. from Srinagar, 3 hours journey, 2800mts above sea level. It is called Golden meadow” at the head of the river Sind with beautiful mountains and glaciers.
    Base for the treks to Harmukh range via Nichnai, Vishensar Lake, Gangabal and to Nara Nag . Also the Pilgrim route to Amarnath Cave , which can be done in one day from here. Famous for Trout fishing



Ladakh is one of the most exotic destinations; Buddhism in central Ladakh has shaped the whole culture. Every few villages have their own monasteries with prayer flags

Ladakh has extensive potential for adventure such a Mountaineering, Trekking, Rafting, Mountain Biking and so on. The Landscape of Ladakh is adventurous, barren mountain. The altitude ranges from 10000 ft to 24,000 ft from Sea level. Atmosphere is generally dry.

Places of Interest

  • Leh : Capital of Ladakh, elevation 3500mts, population 35,000, majority Buddhist.

    It is divided into several regions and such regions, is at the cross-road of central Asia and still retains powerful traces of its history. The people have a deep traditional society and a strong sense of culture. Music and dancing is their great past-time and “CHANG” is their locally prepared drink, similar to beer.

    People are very friendly and helpful , you will find every one greets you with “Joo-Lay", which means Hello, Goodbye, Please and Thank you.

    Ladakh is also known for the spectacular Monastic Festivals major events in the evolution of Tibetan Buddhism. Thousands of people turn out in their colourful dress, best making every festival a “ CARNIVAL” of colors.



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