Kashmir a Heaven on the Planet Earth
Based on the tip of India, Kashmir is the largest valley with a diverse background. You can choose from a variety of good holiday packages for Kashmir mainly including the houseboat on the Dal Lake, Holy shrine at Amarnath Temple, Sonamarg showcasing the countryside of Kashmir. The snowy mountains, lush green gardens which are a major contribution of the Mughal ruling in India make this place no less than God’s own country.
Different holiday packages for Kashmir and surrounding places boost the tourism of the state which in turn is a major contributor to the State’s economy. No doubt in saying that Kashmir has to be one of the top places ever in your travelling wishlist. Vacation packages are extremely varied fitting in different variety of resorts, restaurants and Hotels thereby being affordable to small as well as big tourists.
Surrounded by the Himalayas, located in the Kashmir region of Jammu&Kashmir, is this religiously diversified city – Srinagar. The city being located along the banks of Jhelum River will never disappoint you in terms of scenic beauty. Srinagar’s best tourist spots include temples, mosques, monasteries and gurudwaras in equal numbers as they are all very ancient in nature.
The foremost thing one would get to see during your holiday to Srinagar is a visit to the lakes and stay at the houseboats. Dal Lake and Wallur Lake are the main attractions here. If you are somebody who would love arts and handicrafts, then Srinagar packages will surprise you as it offers a good variety of ethnic handicrafts including sweaters, shawls, and embroidered dress materials.
Originally known as GauriMarg and later renamed as Gulmarg (path of roses) by one of the Mughal Emperors, Gulmarg is located around 50 Kms from the city of Srinagar. Gulmarg Holiday Packages offer exclusive services in terms of ski resorts during winter as it gets heavy snowfall during winter. Tourists who are particularly interested in winter sports can enjoy this.
During your Gulmarg holiday don’t must visit the Gulmarg Gondola which has the highest and longest car project in entire Asia. Tourists who are specifically looking out for trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, water skiing, and fishing can plan for a personalized travel schedule from the tour to Gulmarg holiday packages suiting their requirements.
If Kashmir has been called paradise, it is not without reason. The snow capped mountains, lakes and every little feature of this place is perfect in every sense. Although the place has been affected by terrorist activities, its beauty and charm are untouched by the vulgarities of human nature. A trip to Kashmir brings you close to nature and makes you realize what natural splendor actually means.
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