The Paradise on Earth!
  • Gulmarg
  • Dal lake
  • Shikaras in Dal lake


Kashmir is situated at the extreme north of of India. Kashmir is known all over the world as "The Paradise On Earth".

You will find the people themselves have a natural charm, always friendly and helpful. You enter a new civilization of gentleness beauty and peace, with all the modern amenities of accommodation and transport and much more that you will discover for yourself.

Switzerland of Asia" Kashmir is World famous for its beauty from ages old and one of the Great Mughal Princes has praised its beauty by calling it a " Paradise on earth!"

The Valley of Kashmir is full of the mighty mountains, Lush Greenery , blossoms of pinks , whites, yellows and flowers of all the rarest varieties. Rainbows spread across the blue skies. Meadows are spangled with daisies , flower beds with pansies, primroses, hyacinths and daffodils grow all over. Almond, cherry, apples strawberries are in abundance.

Rivers, Lakes, snow-caped mountains, dense forests, Hill stations you can't think of any heavenly beauty which is missing in this piece of heaven !


Srinagar is at the North of Delhi via Pathankot and Jammu. It is on both the sides of River Jhelum and is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The God has graced this city with such a beauty, that it is often called "Venice of the Orient". Situated amid clear lakes and lofty mountains makes it a valley of joy. The floating gardens of Dal Lake are the famous attraction of city. Enter a houseboat and you are instantly transported to another world.

Area: 103.3 sq. km., Altitude: 1,730 meters, Climate: (deg C)-Summer- Max.29.5, Min.10.6; Winter- Max.7.3, Min.-1.9, Rainfall: 529 mms (Mid June to Mid September), Clothing: Summer- Cottons/Tropical; Winter- Heavy woolens, Best Season: Throughout the year, though winter months are quite cold, Languages Spoken: Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, English.

Places Of Interest:
Pather Masjid, Shah Hamdan Mosque ,Jamia Masjid, Hari Parbat Fort, Nagin Lake, Hazratbal, Nishat Bagh (Garden), Shalimar Bagh, Harwan, Cheshma Shahi, Pari Mahal, Shankracharya Temple, Dal Lake and Shri Pratap Singh Museum at Lal Mandi.

Pampore-13 km. (The only place in the world, where saffron is grown), Mattan- 61 km, Martand- 64 km, Achabal- 58 km via Anantnag, Kokernag- 70 km, Verinag- 80 km, Daksum- 85 km, Yusmarg- 40 km, Kounsernag Lake- 11 km, Manasbal- 32 km, Burzahon- 24 km, Ganderbal- 19 km, Wular Lake- 60 km, Charari-Sharif- 30 km, Dachigam National Park- 21 km..


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