Heaven is in Kashmir! We all have been grown by listening to it. As summers are around the corner, you might look for a cold place to visit, so how about visiting Kashmir this season… Kashmir Travel Tips.
We’ve figured out a couple of things to do in Kashmir which will stun you and makes you overlook the losses occurs in Kashmir.
Srinagar (a capital of another heaven on earth, i.e. Kashmir)
Stay in a House Boat
There are numerous houseboats accessible both at the Dal Lake and Nagin Lake in Srinagar with different rates that give you an amazing experience. What drives you crazy, is to wake up amidst the lake and shikaras offering breakfast, flowers, and souvenirs enliven the experience.
Go out for a stroll around Dal Lake
Walking barefoot around the amusing beauty of the Dal Lake in the evening slays you. What’s more, the sunset here livens up the surface of the lake as it sparkles like a brightening light.
Go to the Floating Vegetable Market on Dal Lake
There is another point of attraction is the local floating vegetable market in the Dal Lake which offers discounted vegetables. As it disperses after 7:30 am or so, one has to wake up early to enjoy the sight.
A frivolous and economic adventurous sport here is ‘Paragliding.’ One ought to experience it once as it will create goosebumps to you when you see the breathtaking beauty of Kashmir at a height.
Visit Pari Mahal
There is a garden in Srinagar namely Pari Mahal that has seven terraces to overlook the city of Srinagar. It is notable for its natural beauty and tranquility.
Gulmarg (a popular skiing destination)
Take the Gondola Ride
The Gondola Ride is a must-visit for everyone visiting Kashmir as it is the biggest attraction in all seasons. As there is a low temperature here, it turns into a well-known destination for skiers to zap around the slopes. It also has a world’s second highest moving cable car that is another fascination.
Visit the St. Mary’s Church
A different charm is to visit the holistic place in Srinagar i.e. St. Mary’s Church, located on a vast meadow.
Pahalgam (a popular hill station located on the banks of Lidder River)
Do Rafting on Lidder River
Rafting on a stretch of 73 km long river delights you. An absolute place if you find a rafter in you as it is picture postcard beautiful place.
Everywhere (in Kashmir)
Try Kahwa (a traditional green tea)
If you’re a tea person, then must try a cup of tea that is a favorite breakfast beverage among Kashmiris. ‘kahwa’ is an Arabic word, used for coffee beans. An aromatic green tea which can addicts you.