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Jammu, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in North India, is known for its rich heritage and spectacular natural beauty. Home to a number of temples and religious shrines, this place attracts a number of pilgrims every year. On a trip to Jammu, travellers can visit the cave shrine of Vaishno Devi, one of the holiest places of pilgrimage for Hindus. They can also witness the rare biodiversity of the Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary and visit stunningly beautiful Mansar Lake, which is known for its religious significance. The Bahu Fort is one of the oldest structures in this city and houses a temple dedicated to Goddess Kali. This fort is surrounded by a magnificent terrace garden where visitors can spend leisurely hours during their Jammu tour. The Raghunath Temple is one of the finest in Northern India, known for its classical architecture and a rare collection of manuscripts. Peer Kho Cave, Shiv Khori Cave and Machail Mata are some of other significant places worth visiting. This place also hosts a number of festivals that attracts travellers from near and far. Blessed with such a unique heritage and unsurpassed natural beauty, Jammu is an ideal place for vacation. To make the most of their stay, travellers can choose from a selection of Jammu tour packages at MakeMyTrip.