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Day – 1 Arrival at Jammu – Katra
Katra or Katra Vaishno Devi, as it is popularly known, is a small town in Reasi district of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir situated in the foothills of the Trikuta Mountains, where the holy shrine of Vaishno Devi is located
Today Early Morning Arrival At Katra. Check Inn Hotel Full Day Free For Leisure. In The Evening we proceed to shrine destination in katra maa vaishnodevi temple for darshan and feel the nature with blessings and spirituality after it we proceed to our hotel.
Day – 2 – Katra
Today After Breakfast Proceed To Visit Shivkhori Sightseeing.In The Evening Arriving At Katra And Free Time For Shopping And Relaxation.Overnight Stay At Hotel.
Day – 3 Katra -Pahalgam
In misty lovely morning after delicious breakfast we proceed to our next destination Pahalgam by coach with singing picnic songs and playing picnic games. Enjoy pleasant cinerarias enroute from Jammu to Pahalgam by roadPahalgam is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. It is a popular tourist destination and hill station.Today we proceed to Pahalgam. Pahalgam – known as Queen of Kashmir, Situated on the banks of Lidder River and a favourite place for shooting of Bollywood films. En route we visit Cricket bat factory, we pass-by the Pampore Saffron fields. Night Stay at Pahelgam.
Jammu to Pahalgam distance is 259 KM and it will take 7 to 8 hours by hill road
Jammu to Patnitop
After travelling 30 KM from Jammu on NH 1A one left side road will take you to Katra. From Katra the trekking to Sri Vaishno Devi starts. Continue in NH 1A and you will be passing through Udhampur which is a district headquarter. At a distance of 100 KM for Jammy, Patnitop is a beautiful forest area
Upto Patnitop the road is under construction on several areas as expansion of road is going on. After travelling 45 KM from Patnitop you will cross a hydro electric project on River Chenab at Ramban.
Further 40 KM from Ramban you will reach Banihal
Banihal is in news recently because of opening of Qazigund to Banihal rail link through 11 KM long tunnel in Pir Panjal hill. With this Kashmir valley is connected to Jammu region by rail link. At present the rail link is available from Baramulla to Banihal ( Baramulla – Srinagar – Qazigund – Banihal). In next three year time with completion of Jammu – Katra – Udhampur – Banihal rail link complete rail connecting Baramulla – Srinagar with rest of the country will be available.
This tunnel named after first Prime Minster of India, Jawahar tunnel is at a distance of 20 KM from Banihal. From Patnitop to Jawahar tunnel is at a distance of 104 KM.
This tunnel is the entrance to Kashmir Valley by road. There are two tunnels one in each direction of vehicle movement. Total length of Jawahar tunnel is 2.5 KM. It will take 5 Minutes to cross the tunnel by vehicle. Inside the tunnel emergency phones are placed. Light arrangements are done and there are narrow parking place available to keep one vehicle in case of breakdowns. Both ends of the tunnels are heavily guarded by security personals and photography is prohibited.
After crossing the tunnel you will see a big display board welcoming you to Kashmir valley. After 2 KM from the tunnel there is a view point known as Titanic view point. Tourist enjoy first glimpse of Kashmir valley from here.
After 9 KM from view point is first major town of Kashmir valley is a small town of Quzigund. All facilities are available in this town. From Srinagar train service was available upto this point. With opening of Banihal – Qazigund rail tunnel now train connection is available beyond Quazigund upto Banihal
In north side train line is further extended beyond Srinagar upto Kpuwara
After Qazigund next big town is Anantnag is at a distance of 20 KM. From here right side road goes to Pahalgam ( 40 KM ) and straight road goes to Srinagar ( 60 KM )
On Straight road you will reach Bijbehara a small town in Anantnag district.
Cricket Bat manufacturing centers (Kashmiri Willow bats)
After travelling 5 KM from Bijbehara on both side of the road you will see several shops selling cricket bats near Sangam and most of them will have the manufacturing centre attached to the shop. These area is famous for Kashmiri willow bats. You can see the local carpenters preparing bats. Power saw is used to create the main shape of the bat and subsequently finishing touches given by applying paints and sharpening the edges. In front of the shops big banners of famous cricketers are displayed with pictures of India wining world cup.
Kashar market of Pampore
Pampore is located after 20 KM from Sangam and before Srinagar. This area is famous for Kashmir Keshar. There are several shops selling Keshar, walnuts, rice, almonds etc. here. Some of the local growers sell Keshar, saffron to tourist by hiring boat in Dal Lake. While on Sikara you will be approached by other boats selling Keshar.
Enterance of Srinagar
Four KM before entering to Srinagar you will see several stone carving work at Pantha Chowk. At your right side on top of a hill you will see Shankaracharya temple of Srinagar.
Day – 4 Pahalgam – Chandanwari – Pahalgam
Today we explore Chandanwari – First step of Amarnath Yatra to enjoy the magnificent view of Lidder valley and Betab Valley. We also visit Aru Valley – fascinating Valley. You can photograph yourself in Kashmiri outfits at various photo studios of Pahalgam at your own. Night Stay at Pahelgam.
Day 5 – Pahalgam – Gulmarg
Today we proceed to Gulmarg, A snow capital of Kashmir which is also known as ‘Meadow of Flowers’. En-route we view apple orchards. On arrival at Gulmarg we visit Khilanmarg by the longest Cable Car which takes us to the Affarwat snow point. We also view the picturesque golf course. Later we proceed to Srinagar. En-route we visit Carpet outlet.Night Stay at Gulmarg.
Day 6 – Gulmarg – Srinagar (House Boat stay)
Today we Proceed Srinagar we enjoy Shikara ride in Dal Lake 1 hrs. Visit to Island of Char Chinar where you can your photograph yourself in Kashmiri outfits (at your own cost). Night stay at Houseboat.
Day – 7 Srinagar – Sonmarg- Srinagar
Sonmarg, also known as the ‘Meadow of Gold’, is a popular base for trekking to nearby locales. It is as much a preferred family destination as it is for the adventure enthusiasts. The Indus River offers fresh trout and mahaseer (freshwater carp fish) and glistening rapids for whitewater rafting. The Thajiwas Valley at the foot of Sonmarg offers plenty of camping sites and picnic spots with mighty white glaciers set against the lush green meadow. After delicious breakfast,Today we Proceed to sonmarg we visit Vishansar lake, view zojila pass, Nilgrad river, Bultal vally. night stay at sonmarg. Night stay at Srinagar
Day – 8 Srinagar –
Today After Breakfast Proceed To Visit Local Sightseeing In Srinagar.
Mughal Gardens in Srinagar
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.
The Mughal Gardens add a unique charm to the Jhelum River flowing through the center of Srinagar. Don’t forget to click perfect frames at any time of the day.
These hillside gardens riveted the fancy of the Mughals for centuries and captured the fancy of moviemakers. Scenes from the Priyanka Chopra starrer Saat Khoon Maaf were shot here.
Dal Lake in Srinagar
The Dal Lake is the most celebrated and important lake amongst all in Srinagar. It is home to carved wooden houseboats, vibrant shikaras and floating gardens. The backdrop to this eight kilometre long lake is the Pir Panjal mountain range, adding to the magnificence of this picture postcard vista. Don’t forget to travel here early morning to see Srinagar’s famous floating market.
The Dal Lake with exquisitely carved shikaras is any photographers delight. During sunrise and sunset, the place bathed in golden light looks ethereal.
The Dal Lake has been synonymous with many Bollywood blockbusters like Aandhi, Lamhaa, Mission Kashmir and Silsila. More recently, the song Jiya Re of Shahrukh Khan starrer Jab Tak Hai Jaan has been shot here.
Shankaracharya Mandir in Srinagar
The meandering road of the wooded Shankaracharya Hill has the 11th century Shiva temple on top. The temple boasts of breathtaking views of the valley. It is regarded as the oldest site in Srinagar and dates back to 250 BC. No cellphones or cameras are allowed inside the temple premises for security.
Day 09 – Srinagar – Dropping
After breakfast it’s time now to say goodbye to our tour companions. Guests will proceed to Jammu for our return journey towards Mumbai by scheduled Flight.
Pick up & Drop at Jammu/Srinagar
Tour Manager With Group
Air Fare,Train fare ,Tip
Non Alcoholic ( i.e. Tea, Coffee, Juice etc….) welcome drink on arrival in Hotel.
Welcome Kashmir Kehwa tea on arrival in houseboat
Camera fees,Entry Tickets
Accommodation for 01 adults Single sharing basis for 07 Nights
Adventure activity ,paragliding,River rafting
MAP- Meal Plan–07 Breakfasts, 07-Lunch,07 Dinners
Any personal expensive – laundry, shopping, tip etc
Room Type- Deluxe
Transfers & sightseeing by Comfortable Vehicle Vehicle
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Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury Tax, Green Tax Fuel Exp. and Driver Exp.
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