With all their pride and prestige, the Himalayan mountain ranges stand high in the area. The best part of your Kashmir trip would be seeing the peaks covered in snow.
Snow-covered cityscapes are also characteristic of Kashmir. Houseboats are a popular sight. Boat trips through the city's lakes are a popular tourist activity.
Snow-covered Himalayan trails make this town a must-see in Kashmir. Amarnath Cave Temple and its myths draw pilgrims from around the world.
This town is in Ganderbal, J&K. This town was historically important and prominent. The Silk Road was the most important route for India-China trade.
Kupwara is another Kashmiri town known for its natural beauty and tourism. Most visitors are biodiversity or nature enthusiasts.
You can access the spot 15km from Pahalgam. Hagan Valley and Hajan Valley are alternate names for the location. It's in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir.
"The Kashmiri Pandit Colony" is in a place called Vessu in Anantnag. If you are interested in culture and history, you should go there.
Srinagar is Kashmir's summer capital. Dal Lake is second largest in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to tourism and urbanisation, it's an urban lake.
Pulwama's saffron and rice fields are a must-see in Kashmir. Pulwama is called "the Anand of Kashmir" for its dairy production.
A Hindu pilgrimage spot in Kashmir. The cave temple's principal deity is Vaishno Devi, the Hindu goddess. The temple located in Bhavan Katra, Kashmir.
The garden is decorated in Mughal style. A waterway from northeast Dal Lake leads to this famed Kashmir garden. The garden is also called Farah and Faiz Baksh.
This Srinagar mosque is on Nowhatta Kathi Darwaza Road. This huge mosque can hold 33,000 people.
This Kashmiri attraction is in Forest Block. Yusmarg means "the meadow of Jesus" It's in Budgam, Kashmir.
After all your tourist activities in Kashmir, this is a great place to relax. A stroll through these meadows or a nap on these grasslands will relax you.
The shrine's Shiva Linga is famous. This snow linga hasn't been touched by humans. Only during the Shravan months can pilgrims visit this site.