Kashmir, known as the heaven on earth is where apart from enjoying splendid views of nature you can explore historical as well as cultural heritage. Kashmir is recognized as the best place for tourism in India because of its cool environment appreciated with abundant gifts landscapes that offer amazing views. Apart from these, there are various shrines and temples of revered deities and you can also enjoy several adventurous sports like mountaineering, rock climbing, etc., making Kashmir one of the best tourist places in India. Let’s take a look on different places in Kashmir which will make your trip exciting and wonderful.
Kashmir is widely acknowledged for its pristine beauty which cannot be seen in any other part of the world. You can start your trip from a beautiful valley known as Sonmarg which is located on Kashmir-Ladakh Highway. It is also known as “Meadow of Gold” and is famous for Thajiwas Glacier. Sonmarg is a place that makes one of the best places to enjoy tourism in India because of its closest and most spectacular Himalayan views that probably cannot be found anywhere in India. Besides, it is base point for Amarnath Yatra and moreover the valley is frequently visited by nature lovers as it comprises of thousands of different species of flora and fauna. The enchanting beauty of Sonmarg is a real treat to the eyes.
Also called as Paradise on Earth, this place is worth to get a glimpse of all the beautiful things God has created on earth. Kashmir offers you Shikara Ride in Dal Lake which is considered as a must do thing when you are visiting to Kashmir. Spreading over a large area of approximately 26 sq. km, the Dal Lake gets most of its water from springs and is also supplemented by water from mountain lake, Mar Sar. The western part gives you a glimpse of few smaller and bigger islands and fertile shores surrounded by willows. Furthermore, it is considered as a maze of intricate waterways as well as channels along with floating islands of vegetation. There are many houseboats on the lake which enhance the glory of the serene place. A trip to Kashmir wouldn’t be complete without visiting numerous glaciers and lakes. Snowcapped mountains along with pretty Kashmiri villages constituting traditional wooden houses and colorful rooftops will surely make your trip unforgettable.