Jammu & Kashmir Tourism

Country: India | State: Jammu & Kashmir

Top Places to Visit: Srinagar, Vaishno Devi , Gulmarg, Patnitop, Sonamarg, Pahalgam

Ideal Trip Duration: 3-5 Full Days

Top Attraction : Dal Lake, Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden, Nishant Bagh, Chashme Shahi, Aru Valley, Pari Mahal,Betaab Valley, Mughal Garden.

Best Time to Visit : October to February

Peak Season: December to January



Prominently known as the “Heaven on Earth”, Jammu and Kashmir is world well known for its grand quality, snow-topped mountains, abundant natural life, wonderful landmarks, affable individuals and nearby crafted works. Your excursion to Jammu and Kashmir will be an important one as the state won’t just speak to you with its grand magnificence and snow-secured mountain ranges, yet the experience sports will take you to an alternate world.

Settled in the Himalayan, Pir Panjal and Karakoram mountain extents are eminent for their common magnificence and delicate individuals. Jammu and Kashmir is dabbed with the most delightful mountain tops, gigantic icy masses, awesome cloisters, blue lakes, streams, timberlands, verdant knolls and tall pine trees. While sports like Skiing, golf, trekking, stream boating, paragliding, outdoors make the excursion to Jammu and Kashmir progressively audacious, Amarnath and Vaishno Devi draw in an enormous number of pioneers each year. The main attraction of Jammu & Kashmir are Dal Lake, Shalimar Bagh, Kashmir Valley, Khardung La Pass, Gulmarg.

Best time to Visit Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir is a four-season tourist spot, you can go your choice of the season all year round and it will never deceive you. That said, in the local tourism industry October-March is considered a common time. The weather is most favorable and perfect for sightseeing during this period.

How to Reach Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir is well connected by air , rail, and road to major towns and other parts of India. It also has an international airport at Srinagar airport, and the main Jammu city railway station.

By Road - Jammu & Kashmir enjoys good road connectivity and is easily accessible by road. Kashmir is connected to major cities of India by the National Highway (NH) 1 & NH44. Also along this route lies the Jawahar Tunnel which connects Jammu to the Kashmir Valley. J&K State Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC) buses also link Jammu to other nearby towns such as Patnitop (110 km), Srinagar (264 km) and Amritsar (214 km).

By Train - There is no railway station in Srinagar at the present time. The closest railway station to Srinagar is Jammu Tawi Railway Station situated approximately 300 km from Srinagar. Jammu Tawi Railway Station operates many regular trains, including New Delhi-Jammu Tawi Rajdhani Express, Jammu Mail and Jammu Tawi Express, to Delhi.

By Air - Srinagar Airport, now known as Sheik Ul-Alam International Airport Srinagar, is operating flights to major Indian cities such as Goa, Delhi, Leh, Mumbai , Bangalore and Jammu. Several of the airport's run flights are IndiGo, Air India, GoAir and Jet Airways. Srinagar Airport is located 14 kms (approx) from the center of town.

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