Heavenly Kashmir

Price: 11,900.00

Group Size: 5-6 Adults

Region: Srinagar,Kashmir

Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights


Best Season: May to October

Maximum Altitude: 2800 M

Heavenly Kashmir


Kashmir is often called Heaven on Earth, and its visitors totally agree on it. In this tour, which spans for 4 days, you will explore some of the best places to visit in Kashmir, like Srinagar, Gulmarg. Shikara ride, pony ride and many such activities are listed in the itinerary. You can enjoy skiing in one of Asia’s best skiing destination, Gulmarg. And if you are not visiting in winters, a pony ride up to Thajiwas Glacier is just the perfect idea for snow lovers. It’s time you book this tour and pack your bags.


The paradise on Earth, Kashmir makes people go wonder struck with the natural beauty that has been bestowed to it. Every single spot is an ideal spot that makes a traveler go lost in its bewitching beauty. Lush green meadows, lovely lakes, charismatic valleys, and snow-capped glaciers are what Kashmir is about. The hypothetical like places seem untouched even when they are in the vicinity for decades now. The tour package of 3 Nights and 4 days makes you glad about every spot that you tend to visit during this trail.

Brief Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive at Srinagar n local sightseeing

You need to arrive at Sheikh-ul-Alam Airport of Srinagar to begin this trip. At the arrivals, meet our representative and he will make you comfortable in your Hotel rooms. Take rest in the former hours and get going with the sightseeing by mid-day. You will be headed to Dal Lake and later you can have an amazing ride on Shikara on your own. Move in and around Dal Lake and see the floating market within the Lake, selling almost all the essentials from fruits and veggies to handicrafts, its all available here. Once you get to the Nehru park and Char Chinar, move along the trail of Boulevard road and visit the infamous Mughal Gardens. You can even visit Shankaracharya Temple at the hilltop or Chashmashahi, Botanical Garden and Pari Mahal along the Foreshore road. Overnight stay in the hotel and view the pleasant scenery around Dal lake through your hotel room window.

Day 2: Srinagar- Pahalgam

The place that needs to be visited today is worth experiencing. The trail starts from the Srinagar and ends at the strikingly beautiful Pahalgam. The beguiling places that you move past to reach the desired destination are Awantipora, Bijbehara, Anantnag, Mattan and finally Pahalgam. The peerless beauty of the Pahalgam will make you release from all the stress thus finding tranquility within the Landscape. The main attractions at Pahalgam are Betaab valley, Baisaran meadow, Lidder valley, Aru (a well-known camping site), Tullian and Sheshnag Lake among the list. Stay overnight at Pahalgam guesthouse/ Hotel.

Day 3: Pahalgam- Gulmarg- Srinagar

Today you need to reach another popular sight of Kashmir Valley - Gulmarg. With its enthralling beauty, Gulmarg has always caught the attention of the travelers around the world. This place is world famous for skiing and even the winter car racing sport. As you reach Gulmarg, explore this famous landscape on your own by riding a Horse Over the small cliffs and you can even play golf at the worlds highest golf course. Get on the cable car and enjoy the Gandola ride thus watching the whole landscape of Gulmarg from an elevated height. Throughout the year, this spot looking lovely in every season. Return to Srinagar by evening and treat your eyes with the scenery that follows the trail to the city. Overnight stay will be the hotel.

Day 4: Drop at Airport

Post an appetizing breakfast, pack up your bags and get going towards the Srinagar International Airport As youll be dropped at the departure catch your flight by the former hours of the day and reach you hometown early along with the lovely memories of the paradise.

You shall be advised of the current situation, weather and other conditions of the tour before departure. *In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled or change of dates might happen, and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

Cancellation Policy

Booking Policy & Refund Terms It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. However, if you want a good deal on your domestic/international flight, we recommend organizing your trip at least three months in advance. Please contact us for more information. Payment for booking your experience: The fee can be paid by Online Bank Transfer(NEFT)/Cheque deposit/ Demand draft. Instruction for payment will be forwarded along with your booking confirmation details via email. When your transfer is done, please e-mail us a confirmation mail with your transfer details, so that we can secure your reservation efficiently and make further arrangements to logistics.

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If Kashmir is famous as the paradise on earth it is not only due to the gardens and colorful flowers but the landscape has played an important role in making the valley most beautiful place on earth that is incomparable to any place on earth. The landscape and respective climate has offered this state the verdant woods, azure, lakes, sparkling rivers, golden chinars, alpine pastures, fertile lands and the back drop of snow capped mountains. Each nook and corner of the state has some thing to offer to its travelers.The landscape of the J and K state can be divided into the subtropical foothills of Jammu, the splendid Kashmir Valley that lies between the robust Pir Panjal and higher Himalayas and finally the cold desert of Ladakh. All though the three regions have mountains in the company but they play distinctive roles resulting in complete different climatic conditions.


While there is a military presence in Srinagar, it is mostly handled by a paramilitary force that is there to reassure both tourists and locals about security. There are times when you’ll see military vehicles, armed soldiers, and surveillance equipment along the streets and highways, but this is to ensure safety. It’s probably a good idea to register with your country’s consulate upon arrival in India and give them a copy of your itinerary. Before you go, read any travel warnings that might be current.


Over the years, spontaneous protests have broken out by various groups trying to carve out their place in Kashmiri society. As a result, sometimes curfews and checkpoints are imposed. Be aware during curfews it takes longer to go places. This is especially relevant if you are flying during this time. It might be difficult to get transportation to the airport, so plan ahead. Also the airport only lets passengers in who are departing within three hours. If you arrive earlier due to curfew restrictions, you might have to wait outside.


The only carry-on allowed are pre-checked laptops and cell phones. All other luggage must be weighed, scanned and checked. Make sure you have your departure ticket, passport, and carry-on electronics accessible before you arrive at the security checkpoint.


The population of Srinagar is about 1.2 million people. There are approximately 880 women for every 1000 men. It is also a predominately Muslim society with about 5 percent being Hindu. Women are not required to cover their face or head but should dress respectfully with pants and sleeved shirts. It is perfectly safe for women to walk on the streets without much danger of being approached or harassed, but still be aware of your surroundings.

Floating Hotels

Srinagar, once known as the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, is famous for the grand houseboats anchored on the piers and floating in the middle of the lake. The James Bond movie “Octopussy” featured these floating barge homes. However some have fallen into disrepair from years of neglect. Recently, the newly elected government worked with the local tourism officials and formed the Houseboat Owners Association. Together they wrote safety standards and are bringing back these Kashmiri palaces. Be careful when booking your stay that you choose a houseboat with the HOA approved logo.


If you venture to Srinagar during the winter months, make sure you bring proper clothing. Layering and a good jacket should be sufficient. Near the lakes can be icy, so be careful when walking that you don’t slip though the ice. Winter storms in Zabarwan Range can freeze the lake or envelop the valley with a foggy mist, giving Srinagar an ethereal beauty.

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