Jammu kashmir Tourism: There are plenty of reasons to visit Jammu and Kashmir, whether you wanna do trekking, skiing, mounting, snowfall, worships, travel pilgrimage, exploring and whatever the reason. Jammu and Kashmir is the perfect places to give you the thrilling experience of all above things.

Not only from India but people from around the world loves to travel Kashmir, attracts millions of visitors in Jammu and Kashmir which increasing the Jammu Kashmir tourism with high speed.
Complete Spots for Jammu Kashmir Tourism

1.Dal Lake

Dal Lake

Many of us seen this bestowed lake in films like Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Haidar, Kashmir Ki Kali, Mission Kashmir and many other Indian Television shows, who shoot on Dal Lake in Srinagar.

Kashmir gorgeously occupied by much beautiful scenery which is known as the “Paradise on earth” while Dal Lake is known as the “Jewels on the crown of Kashmir” while locale describes Dal Lake as the crown of Srinagar.

2. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip garden

Tulip Garden

Tulip Garden in Srinagar is the largest tulip garden in Asia located in Kashmir made in the memories of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. It’s spread in 30 hectares near Dal Lake.

3. Gulmarg – Most Destinated Spot for Jammu Kashmir Tourism


Gulmarg is a small hill station, known for skiing destination throughout the world, it has arched shaped valley lie in Baramula district of Jammu and Kasmir in Pir Panjal Range of western Himayalas.

Work for making Gulmarg a winter sports destination in India commence in 1960, they start with Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering to train ski instructors in 1968. Now Gulmarg became the biggest winters sports place in Asia which receives tourist from the world for skiing.

Things To Do In Gulmarg

Gulmarg Gondola

Gondola in Gulmarg

The gondola is one of the highest ropeway ferries in the world reaching 3,979 meters developed by a French company. Its divided into two parts from Gulmarg to Kongdoori and Kongdoori to Apharwat Peak which takes 600 passengers in just one hour. Gulmarg is among the best spot in Jammu Kashmir tourism attract million of tourist around the world.

Golf Course

Golf Course at Gulmarg

Golf Course in Gulmarg is the most destinated place for Golfing lovers in India. It was designed by the world best designer Ranjit Nanda. Basically, golf was started by Britisher in 1920, when they visit in Kashmir during their summertime.

It has 18 holes, largest course measured 7505 yards (par of 72). Entry fee for Indian 800 and foreigners 1200.

4. Vaishno Devi – Hindus Most Destinated Place for Jammu Kashmir Tourism

Vaishnodevi at Katra, Jammu

Vaishno Devi is a pilgrimage which attracts millions of tourist from all over the world. It’s manifestation of Durga Ma which is also known as Mata Rani in Hindu religion. This entire pilgrimage dedicated to Hindus goddess Durga/Chandi.

The temple is located 13.5 km at Trikuta Mountains from Katra within Jammu and Kashmir. You can travel to Vaishno Devi temple through Ponies, Helicopter, Electric Vehicle, and Paalkis carried by 4 person or 2 persons.

5. Leh Ladakh – Best Desnation for youth in Jammu and Kashmit Tourism

Leh Ladakh, India

Leh Ladakh lies in the northern Himalayas in Jammu & Kashmir, India. Very well known for film shooting like 3 Idiots, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and many more. Leh, a well-known place Buddhist monastery and best trekking place in the valley of snow-capped mountains. Best time to visit Leh-Ladakh June-September.

Best places to visit in Leh Pangong Lake, Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Nubra Valley, Hall Of Fame Museum, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Magnetic Hill, Sangam of River Indus and Zanskar River read the full article here.

6. Kullu Manali Highway

Kullu Manali Highway
If you are not afraid of hight or edges roads above thousands of meters from the ground. Then you must give it a try to Kullu Manali highway though it looks like a single way, still, it uses as for dual purpose.

The road is literally very risky, one single mistake can lead to death and injuries. They always suggest driving on first gear and always makes a horn when you are about to take a turn.
Those highways are developed based on area land wise. Most of them are on the mountain so you can predict the how vehicles can pass on from there.
But if you experience it, you will find the how the natural environment feels like, rather than being in a square size apartment worth nothings! Those luxurious restaurants are useless, if you ever sit in a natural environment with picturesque sight around you, make you feel a little bit closer to mother nature.

7. Raghunath Temple

Raghunath Temple, Jammu and Kashmir

Raghunath Temple lies in Jammu city of Jammu and Kashmir, which was built by Maharaja Ranbir Singh and his father Maharaja Gulab Singh.

Raghunath Temple is one of the prime attractions of the region. This pilgrimage site is situated with other temple complexes with Ranbireshwar Temple and the Panjbakhtar Temple where Seven historical shrines are present at Raghunath temple. The prime status incarnations of the Hindu Sun-God, Surya, Lord Shiva and Vishnu. The architectural style of this temple showcase the Mughal style from niches, arches, and surfaces of the Raghunath Temple

8. Pahalgam


Pahalgam is a hill station in northern trails of Amarnath cave temple. Pahalgam is the best place for the one who wants some fun adventure, trekking, camping, rafting, hiking, and sightseeing. You can easily spend a week here without getting bored.

Most visited place in Pahalgham – Amarnath Temple

Amarnath Temple – Keep high postion in Jammu Kashmir Tourism

Amarnath Yatra

Amarnath cave is a Hindu temple located in Pahalgam region of Jammu and Kashmir, India. The cave is situated at an altitude of 3,888 m, about 141 km from Srinagar, visitors travel from Srinagar which is a capital of Jammu and Kashmir to Pahalgam to visit the Mahadev Temple.


Pulwama | Kashmir Travel Tips

Pulwama is a small town located 40 km away from Srinagar especially famous for apple orchards, waterfalls, natural springs and scenic valleys. Most well-known places at Pulwama are Aharbal Waterfall, Tarsar and Marsar Lake, Kungwattan, Jama Masjid Shopian, Kounsarnag Lake, Avantishwar Temple

10. Hemis


Hemis which is a small village in southeast region from 40km from Ladakh of Jammu and Kashmir knew for its Tibetan Buddhist monastery. It hardly has 500 population in Hemis which is also known as Hamis by local citizens.

Things To See In Hemis

Hemis Monastery

Hemis Monastry

Hemis Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Drukpa Lineage(Buddhist School), in Hemis, Ladakh. Situated 45 km from Leh, Re-established by Ladaki King Sengge Namgyal in the year 1672 by the Ladakhi king.

11. Anantnag

Anantnag Tourism

Anantnag is a small city and municipality district of Anantnag which is also known as Islamabad till 1990’s and still many locals refer it from this name, 53 km away from capital Srinagar.

Anantnag a well-known place for Jhelum River, Masjid Baba Dawood Khaki, Ziarat Baba Hyder Reshi, Kishtwar National Park, Aishmuqam Shrink, Chapel of John Bishop’s Memorial Hospital,

12. Poonch

Poonch Border
Poonch is a well-known town in Poonch district for being near to “Line Of Control”. Most of the time Poonch being in news headline for militant or terrorist attacks.

Despite Poonch negative images around the world, it’s also famous for much-known facts for many historical reasons like when Alexander the Great invaded the lower Jhelum belt to fight with Porus, this region was known as Dravabhisar in the 6th century. The famous Chinese traveler Huien Tsang passed through this area. According to his observation, this region was known as part of Kashmir

Poonch is also known as mini Kashmir, as the temperature in January stays at 2 or 3-degree Celsius.


Kishtwar at Jammu and Kashmir

Kishtwar is known as a land of Sapphire and Saffron. Surrounded by mountains, beautiful landscapes, dense forested and sloppy hills which gives a thrilling experience of Kishtwar. It is famous as one of the beautiful districts with surrounding waterfall and natural sightseeing also known as “Land of Sapphire and Saffron”.

Kishtwar is considered Its height is about 1700 meter above from sea level.

There are plenty of things to do without getting bored for a second which includes Mountaineering on peaks named like Sickle Moon, Crooked Finger, Eiger, Brammah-I, Brammah-II, Cathedral, Flat Top, Barnaj-I, Barnaj-II, Shivling, Arjuna, Agyasol, etc.
You can be enjoying trekking, wildlife tour to Kishtwar National Park, Sightseeing in Tatta Pani and Nagseen.

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