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Jammu & Kashmir

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Jammu & Kashmir Tourism

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Peaceful Shikara ride - less commercial

Peaceful Shikara ride - less commercial  Video Review
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Nagin Lake

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

Pangong Tso - Highest altitude lake

Pangong Tso - Highest altitude lake  Video Review
01:54

Pangong Lake

Mahadev Hiremath
13th Jul 17

Eco Park Baramulla Kashmir

Eco Park Baramulla Kashmir  Video Review
02:04

Eco Park

Raheela Rashid
2nd May 17

Dal lake at kashmir

Dal lake at kashmir  Video Review
02:02

Dal Lake

Neha malhotra Malhotra
12th Apr 16

Dal lake for boating lovers

Dal lake for boating lovers  Video Review
02:03

Dal Lake

Aman kumar
30th Dec 17

Worth the bike experience

Worth the bike experience  Video Review
01:23

Pangong Lake

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

Phenomenal atmosphere

Phenomenal atmosphere  Video Review
01:44

Khardung La Pass

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

Breathtaking

Breathtaking  Video Review
01:17

Changla Pass

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

Calm and serene

Calm and serene  Video Review
01:22

Diskit Monastery

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

Optical illusion at its best

Optical illusion at its best  Video Review
00:40

Magnetic Hill

Rahul Shankar
17th Jul 17

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Reviews (103)

Viraj khandhadia

Viraj khandhadia3.0/5

1 review

Jammu & Kashmir

Srinagar is the most beautiful place Gulmarg (1. 5 hr drive) must visit both phase 1 & phase 2 @ Gondola. @ Phase 1, should do activities like snow bike & also have delicious food (veg available as well). Dal lake & Lalo chowk for shopping. Dudh pathri (1 hr drive) from Srinagar airport . One can opt for horse riding which will cover sm breathtaking location and its unexplored. One will hardly find some people there but its very tourist friendly. Few pros & cons. Pro's. Good people @ tourist places & restaurants, they want business & tourism. Lesser travel time to tourist destinations & good roads. Con's. In my 5 day visit 2 days were announced as bandh. Nobody troubles tourist but you don't find places to eat & when you see everything closed around it may worry you about safety Book hotels with pay if you stay option or ask for commitment prior booking if stay is canceled due to issues money will be refunded. Hotels need to refund if tourists can't come due to stone pelting enroute We booked Heevan hotel both at Gulmarg & Pahalgam, lovely property @ Gulmarg. While on our way to Pahalgam due to stone pelting issue we had to make alternate plans. We have to do lot of follow up with Hotel to get refund which is still not recd Msg for politicians bandh impacts on tourism and experience of people visiting Kashmir . I believe they should find out alternate ways to convey their opinion

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Pritesh Mehta

Pritesh Mehta5.0/5

512 reviews

Our Jammu trip

Overall this trip is very good and very releable trip. We are very happy of this trip we have not any trable in this trip all types of food and all types of facility are available in this trip. We are not tiered in this trip. There hotel is very good and there staff is also very good. There destination is also very good like shiv khodi, vaishnav devi, Katra. Our car journy is also very good. We are very happy.

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Recommended Duration in Jammu & Kashmir

Number of days to spend in Jammu & Kashmir as recommended by our travellers.

3 days

66.7%

4 days

33.3%

Jammu & Kashmir Overview

Jammu & Kashmir is India's northernmost state, sharing international borders with Pakistan and Tibet, with Himachal Pradesh to its south. It comprises three very different topographic and cultural regions: Jammu region, Kashmir Valley and Ladakh-Leh. Jammu city is in the south of the state and is the only region that lies in plains and foothills and is the capital of the state for winter. Kashmir Valley to the north of Jammu has higher elevations, encompassed by the Pir Panjal range on the west and parts of the Great Himalayas on the north east. Srinagar town, the heart of the valley is Jammu & Kashmir's summer capital. Ladakh region is a mountain desert terrain and takes up almost 2/3rds of J&K's territory from the centre to the east.   The natural beauty of the Kashmir valley has been a byword for centuries. The 17th-century Mughal emperors retreated here for summers and built some famous gardens. Srinagar town is defined by the River Jhelum, the Dal and Nagin Lakes, canals and backwaters, as well as old wooden architecture and 17th century mosques. Nearby Gulmarg (2730m) is a meadow with one of the highest golf courses in the world and one of India's rare ski resorts.   In contrast to the valley's comfortable altitudes, Ladakh region is so high that it receives no monsoon rains. The Ladakhi peaks go up to the 7135 m (Nun Peak) in the Great Himalayas range and 7464m of the Teram Kangri 1 Peak in the Karakoram range. The region is interspersed with oasis-villages. Ladakh has been home to Mahayana Buddhism for a thousand years and has noted monasteries along the River Indus: Alchi, Basgo, Thikse, Hemis and Lamayuru. Ladakh's capital Ladakh' is a good base for visiting these and for trekking. Snowbound Ladakh is closed off by road between October-June.   Tourism was J&K's main industry till 1989 when political insurgency began here. Get the latest information on the prevailing situation before visiting the state.

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