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A Sneak-Peak into What Makes Kashmir Paradise on Earth

Yemberzal flowers, Kashmir
Yemberzal flowers, Kashmir by EhsanQuddusi

Beautiful scenic landscapes, snow-capped peaks, rivers flowing and the clear, pleasant vibes of the place. From tourists to travellers, from adventure enthusiasts to nature lovers, Kashmir tourism doesn’t disappoint anyone.

Ladakh

Leh-Ladakh Kashmir
Leh-Ladakh Kashmir by SARBAJIT SARBAJNA

One of the most sought-after travel destinations, Ladakh resides in Jammu and Kashmir. This region is a great mix of adventure, biking, mountains and history. The kind of experience Ladakh offers is truly like none other. The terrains, the trails and the passes, makes every step intense. River rafting, mountain climbing, skiing, Jeep safari, trekking, and cycling can keep you indulged all through your vacation here. This place is a paradise for all the adrenaline junkies. Besides this, Ladakh has some beautiful monasteries. HemisGompa, Spituk Monastery, NamgyalTsemoGompa, Shanti Stupa and Likir Monastery are but a few of the many destinations within this magnificent region. Ladakh is also a great place to go to and witness culture and diversity through festivals. Hemis, Losar, Domsoche, SindhuDarshan, TakTok and Ladakh festival are the ones that usually happen around the winter time.

Lakes of Kashmir

Lakes of Kashmir, Kashmir
Lakes of Kashmir, Kashmir by studiopratisaad0

The charming water bodies of Kashmir add much to the scenic beauty of Kashmir. The city of Srinagar is majorly known for its lakes; one can also travel through the city on a lake and cover most of it. Dal, Gangabal, Gandsar, Manasbal, Wular, Vishansar, Krishansar, Anchar, Satsar, Tarsar, Kausar Nag, Mansar, Sheshnag, Tso Kar and Tulian lakes are the must-visits when in Kashmir for some of the best experiences you can have on a holiday. The list might seem extensive, but every lake has a scenic beauty of its own. Many hotels in Kashmir are by the lakeside, taking the stay experience up a notch.

Read Also : India’s First Floating Post Office at Dal Lake, Srinagar

Gulmarg

Gulmarg, Kashmir
Gulmarg, Kashmir by BasharatAlam Shah

Gulmarg is the skiing destination in Kashmir. Tucked in the Himalayas, the Gondola cable car ride in Gulmarg amidst the mountains is one of the major tourist attractions of Kashmir. Gulmarg’s Gondola rides are the highest of their kind in the whole of Asia. Apharwat Slopes are the highest and longest ski destinations in Asia, situated at 13000 feet above. The Gulmarg Hill Resort in the PirPanjals region is yet another brilliant skiing area of Gulmarg. While in the snow-covered mountains of the Himalayas, looking over beautiful landscapes, skiing is an experience of sorts when in Gulmarg. PirPanjal has a set of destinations in its lap: Tangmarg for handicrafts and Baba Reshi Shrine, which displays the Mughal and Persian architecture and history.

Valleys of Kashmir

Valleys of Kashmir
Valleys of Kashmir by BasharatAlam Shah

The mountains, valleys, lakes, mystic landscapes, snow-capped mountains – all put together make Kashmir the fabulous place it is. The natural beauty it stands by is second to none. Zanskar, Kishtwar, Markha, Suru, Nubra, Betaab, Nagin, Dha and Poonch Valleys are the favourites amongst Kashmir travellers, each offering a treat to the sore eyes that have only seen the urban pollution lately. Nubra Valley is also known as the Orchard of Ladakh as the valley is blanketed with flowers in spring. In the winters, the same valley is said to look like the moon and, hence, also called as Moonland. Nubia Valley is a famous trekking destination as well. One can reach Kashmir by flight, train or road.

When it’s so easy to find from New Delhi to Kashmir,visiting this Paradise on Earth when you are bitten by the travel bug is stress-free!

About Anirudh Singh

Anirudh Singh is a passionate Blogger and the man behind Amazing India Blog . He writes about wide range of topics but loves to write Travel Related Articles . He is the most viewed writer on Quora in Indian Passports, Aadhaar Number (UIDAI), PAN Card, Birth Certificates & Voter Identification Laws.

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