Welcome! to Kashmir Tourism! Jammu & Kashmir is the essence of everything that is Indian-its culture, history, tradition, people, and natural splendor. The state has a long history encompassing around 4,000 years and there are many prehistoric sites, which give indication of human settlement in this region in those times.
Valley of Kashmir has been blessed with amazing natural beauty. People who come here are amazed to see the abundance of attractive natural landscape all around them. There is a lot to see here, thus Kashmir tourism packages must be chosen accordingly.
The Natural beauty of the Jammu and Kashmir has made it the best tourism destination where one can indulge into winter adventure sports and natures laps. The sloping meadows, rugged terrains, stupendous mountains and snobbish hills are good take off point for trekking, rock climbing and camping activities. Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir is known for its extravagant hospitality which offers unforgettable memories to the travelers. We at Kashmir Tourism Center understand that every traveler is different hence offer them tailor made packages as per their requirement and need.
Best Time to Visit
Although Kashmir is a all season tourism destination but the climate of this state varies from one region to another. The climate of Jammu region is tropical while it is semi-arctic in Ladakh and temperate in Srinagar region. Accordingly, rainfall also varies from region to region and while there is almost no rainfall in Ladakh, Jammu receives a rainfall of above 1,100 mm and Srinagar around 650 mm. Mostly domestic tourists vist Kashmir during summers as the mercury stays low in comparison to rest of India, howevr many tourists prefer to visit Kashmir in winters mostly adventure tourists who want to go for skiing na offcourse snow lovers, the international tourist vist kashmir round the year as they say that every season in Kashmir is the best season for tourism. You can book Kashmir Holidays in any season from Kashmir Tourism Tour Operator have Kashmir holiday packages for all seasons Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.
Srinagar, the state capital, is the most famous tourist destination in the Kashmir tourism map. An ancient city, there are many attractions that can attract even the most unwilling of tourists to this magical land. Dal Lake, Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashme Shahi are some of the best-known Srinagar tourism attractions.
Jammu is the winter capital of the state and next in importance after Srinagar. Most of the tourists who come to the Jammu region have the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine as their destination, which is quite close by. However, the spirit of holiness permeates through the entire city, so much so that Jammu is also known as the 'City of Temples'. If Bahu Mata is the presiding deity of Jammu, the dargah of Peer Budhan Ali Shah is the other shrine that is believed to protect the local people. The other major tourist attraction is the Raghunath Temple Complex, which is the largest temple in North India devoted to Lord Rama. The construction of this temple was begun by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1851 and completed by his son Ranbir Singh six years later.
Patnitop, near the Vaishno Devi Temple, is fast becoming a busy hill station and a good place to enjoy the nature in its eternity.
Ladakh is home to the minority Buddhist community in the state. They have preserved their unique culture for the past hundreds of years. Leh is the headquarters of this region. The major points of attraction are the Leh Palace, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, Sankar Gompa, Shanti Stupa, and Soma Gompa.
Using the same style of travel as we do in Kashmir, you can choose from Small Group Tours, Budget Tour Packages, Bike Tour Packages for leh and Manali, Camping Tours, Public Transport Options, Golfing Tours;..The list goes on.
The Hemis Festival is held in the month of July when tourists in large numbers converge here from all over the world to watch the famous masked dances. The music is characteristically punctuated with sounds of cymbals, drums and long, unwieldy trumpets. The masked dancers move around slowly, very slowly, and the most vital part of the dance is the masks and not so much the actual movements of the dance. The dances end with Good vanquishing Evil and the evil one is brought into the protective fold of Buddhism.
How to Reach Kashmir
By Air- Srinagar Airport offers daily flights to and fro from various major cities of the country. It is located just fourteen kms away from the main city.
By Road- Several state transport buses (SRTC) are available but private taxis or self drive is also common.
By Rail- There is an excellent network of railways with the nearest railhead at Jammu Tawi. The rest of the Indian cities are well connected with Kashmir’s various
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