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A Paradise Called Kashmir | 4 Days 3 Nights

A Paradise Called Kashmir

4 Days 3 Nights

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Best of Kashmir (Online Special Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

Best of Kashmir (Online Special Only)

5 Days 4 Nights

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Exotic Kashmir | 5 Days 4 Nights

Exotic Kashmir

5 Days 4 Nights

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Adorable Kashmir | 6 Days 5 Nights

Adorable Kashmir

6 Days 5 Nights

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Glorious Kashmir - Srinagar Gulmarg Pahalgam (Online Only) | 6 Days 5 Nights

Glorious Kashmir - Srinagar Gulmarg Pahalgam (Online Only)

6 Days 5 Nights

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Discover Kashmir | 7 Days 6 Nights

Discover Kashmir

7 Days 6 Nights

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Things to Do in Srinagar

  • Mughal Gardens

    Shalimar, Nishat and Chashm-e-Shahi constitute the famous Mughal Gardens of Srinagar. They are known as much for their architectural exquisiteness as for the history that surrounds them. It was in the 17th century that Shalimar Bagh (garden) was built as a summer residence and royal court. The layout of both Shalimar and Nishat Bagh are similar to that of the Persian gardens with a water source in the centre and four streams radiating from it.

    Chashm-e-Shahi Bagh is known for its fresh water springs, which are popular for their medicinal value. There is also a mountain spring near a shrine called Chasma Sahibi after which the garden is named. In autumn, the Mughal Gardens are covered with fallen red golden leaves – a walk with your beloved is a memory that will last forever.

  • Dachigam National Park

    Dachigam National Park is a wildlife and environment conservation area that lies about 22 km away from Srinagar. It covers an area of 141 sq km, which has been divided into Lower Dachigam and Upper Dachigam. Translating to '10 villages', the name of this national park hints towards the ten hamlets that together formed Dachigam National Park. The park became a protected area in 1910, when Maharaja of Kashmir made it a game preserve and used the Harwan reservoir within its premises as a source of potable water for his kingdom. After independence, it came under the administrative control of the state government. In 1951, it was notified as a wildlife sanctuary by the government of Kashmir. It was in 1981 that this place got the status of a national park.

    This national park has a rich flora that includes about 500 herb species, 50 types of trees and 20 varieties of shrub. From dense forests to sprawling grasslands, it has a variety of ecosystems that are inhabited by various animals. This place earns widespread recognition for being the habitat of the last surviving population of Hangul (Kashmir Stag). Himalayan Black Bear can be seen here during springs and autumns while summers are ideal to spot Long-tailed Marmots. Leopard, Jackal, Red Fox and Common Palm Civet are other animal species that are found in this national park. It also attracts ornithologists and birdwatchers as around 145 bird species can be spotted here.

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How to Reach Srinagar

By Air

Srinagar domestic airport (Sheikh ul Alam Airport) is well connected to the airports of all major cities in India.


By Bus

Srinagar is well connected to cities like Jammu, Delhi and Chandigarh. You can take JKSRTC deluxe buses to travel to and from the city.


By Train

There are no operational railway stations in Srinagar. Jammu is the nearest railway station, at a distance of 290 kilometres. Jammu railway station is well connected to the Indian railways network.

*The Kashmir Railway project for a direct railway line from Jammu to Baramulla is currently underway.

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Best Time to Visit Srinagar

Srinagar domestic airport (Sheikh ul Alam Airport) is well connected to the airports of all major cities in India.

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