One of the most gorgeous places in northern India is Jammu & Kashmir. The area has stunning natural scenery that appears elegant and admiring. No excuse should be used to avoid visiting Kashmir.
Below are the top 10 best places, you should definitely stop by.
One of Kashmir’s most romantic tourist spots is the Meadow of Flowers. You may take in the breathtaking sights of vibrant flowers set against imposing snow-capped mountains in Gulmarg.
- Hagan Valley
Popularly known as Betaab Valley, this tiny valley with coniferous woods dotting the landscape served as the setting for the popular Bollywood film Betaab.
- Dal Lake
This hillside lake boasts vibrant Shikaras, classic oak houseboats, and floating markets, making it one of Srinagar’s most captivating tourist attractions.
- Vaishno Devi Temple
A holy shrine dedicated to three Goddesses: Mahalakshmi, Mahakali, and Mahasaraswati. A revered cave where visitors go to express respect.
‘The Meadow of Gold’ is well-known for its calm lakes, spectacular glaciers, and snow-covered plains.
Located at a height of 8900 feet above sea level in the Anantnag neighborhood of Jammu. ‘Valley Of Shepherds’ is named owing to the people living here. The temperature is generally 2-3 degree Celsius.
Pulwama, which is located only 40 kilometers from Srinagar, is affectionately referred to as the “Rice Bowl of Kashmir.” This charming village is well-known for its fragrant saffron fields and lovely apple orchards.
One of the most visited in Kashmir is Amarnath Temple. Many Hindus across the world visit the temple. Here, Lord Shiva perched at an elevation of more than 9000 feet above sea level.
- Niagara Waterfall
This is also known as the Aharbal falls in Kashmir. Aharbal’s beauty has mainly remained unspoiled. Here, the rumbling Vishav River plunges over 25 feet to form a powerful cascade.
- Chasma Shahi
Chashma Shahi Gardens is one of the city’s Mughal Gardens which sticks out as some of Kashmir’s most stunning tourist destinations. The garden’s name comes from a number of tiny springs that the saint Rupa Bahini, also known as Sahibi, found.