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Trip to the Earth’s Paradise with Our Jammu and Kashmir tour package

No area in the subcontinent comes close to the Himalayan mountain system’s tummy-flipping appeal. Like a pretty young girl, magnanimously elected by all as her family’s glory, Jammu and Kashmir, also referred to as Earth’s paradise was always enveloped in an air of magic and elusiveness. J&K, which has now become India’s union territory, is made up of religiously oriented Jammu, Kashmir’s lush, flowery valleys, and northward is Leh-Ladakh’s dry, loosely beautiful desert land. Which field you choose to continue with, try to complete the entire circuit in order to do justice to these northern spell-binding lands.

If you are planning to visit Jammu and Kashmir, make sure you book your tour package of Kashmir so that you enjoy the best of the place without worrying about the whole planning and plotting part of the tour.

The Best time to visit Jammu and Kashmir in India

One can make their Jammu and Kashmir tour even more memorable if they knew just the right time to visit. If you are reluctant about when to give a try to Jammu and Kashmir tourism, you have come to just the right place. The best time to visit Jammu is from September to early March. During the summer season, Jammu can be unusually hot with temperatures rising to 45-48 degrees Celsius. Winters are also a perfect time to visit. Thus the old seat of the mighty Dogras and a city dotted with numerous temples is best to visit during winter.

Best places to visit in Jammu and Kashmir in India

Jammu and Kashmir are full of beautiful sights, eye-candy views, and abode to the most popular and sacred temple of India, Vaishno Devi. There are a number of Kashmir Vaishno Devi tour package from Delhi and other cities from India to make it more accessible and comfortable for the devotees to visit the temple. There are several other picturesque places in Jammu and Kashmir such as

  • Srinagar

    Situated on the banks of the river Jhelum, at an altitude of 5,200 feet, Srinagar holds the distinction of being J&K's "summer city." Srinagar is well known for the "Dal River" and its many colorful houseboats and shikhara. It is also popular for dried fruit, saffron and traditional handicrafts from Kashmir such as hand-woven woolen shawls, carpets and rugs.

  • Gulmarg

    Historic charm, excellent location, and proximity to Srinagar make Gulmarg a region's highest hill station. Originally called "Gaurimarg" by shepherds, the Mughal Sultan Yusuf Shah, influenced by the sight of its grassy slopes emblazoned with wildflowers, gave it its present name in the 16th century. Gulmarg's path is half the magic of going there— roads avenue with tall fragrant poplars, rice fields interspersed with picturesque villages, and plenty of beautiful fragrant flowers. There is a point known as "View Point," where travelers usually stop to get a lung of fragrant air and take in the white-capped mountains ' glory. It is a popular honeymoon destination in India so if you are willing to go on a honeymoon to Gulmarg then it is advisable to book a Kashmir tour package for a couple of to make your honeymoon a lifetime experience.

  • Pahalgam

    A beautiful little hill-town called Pahalgam is not far from Srinagar's hustle and bustle. The field has a dense vegetation cover, the main forest consisting of more than 90% conifers. The flora here includes several species of rare, endangered and protected species. Wildlife enthusiasts are expected to see any hangul, musk deer, serow, brown bear, leopard, rhesus macaque, gray langur, wild bears, etc, apart from a wide variety of rare mountain birds. You can one of our best Jammu and Kashmir tour packages and have a wonderful trip.

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