The valley of Kashmir is as rich with history and political controversy as it is with culture and natural phenomena. Sample exquisitely spiced native cuisines and festive teas, then walk off your meal along the rugged trekking routes to the north. Marvel at the famous houseboats of Srinagar and take a spiritual moment to reflect at one of the many pilgrimage sites and religious shrines that dot the region. Of course, native craftsmanship makes for excellent souvenirs—carpets and textiles are an especial shopping must.
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5 based on 524 reviews
This is top most peak available in Gulmarg city, where tourists can go and Enjoy.
Gondola service is available at base camp, which is maintained by Jammu & Kashmir Tourism Department.
There are cheaters on the name of guide and will misguide you about the same. don't believe them. They will show price list card before going to the actual place which is fake one. don't commit to them and better to choose rides after going to actual place.
Government charges for Gondola is Rs. 750/- Per Head.
4.5 based on 887 reviews
Asia's largest garden is in Kashmir and is in full glory in April and offers a slice of heaven though it was drizzling a bit, we , especially the kids enjoyed the blooms lot of places for great foto opportunities
4.5 based on 123 reviews
I visited Sonamarg today.Considering it is September our driver suggested us to visit the zero point .we hired a local cab from Sonamarg, they charged a bomb .However the drive was once in a lifetime experience. It was truely a rollercoaster ride. View is breathtaking.It is defenitely not for the faint hearted.Luckily there was less vehicles so we didn't face any blocks. Just loved the experience.
4 based on 709 reviews
Took a cab to Aru Valley from Pahalgam hotel.. Cost us around 600 Rs.. When we reached it started snowing... We rented shoes and umbrellas... The walk was simply amazing with snow all round and snowfall....dont miss it.. U can rent horses there to view some points...
4.5 based on 119 reviews
Absolutely loved visiting the three temples, the paintings inside are mindblowing and some are some of the sculptures including the hidden 50 foot Buddha statue that many people miss going through a narrow door on the side of one of the smaller temples. The monastery is crumbling and severely needs repairs but having spent ten weeks around Ladakh, this is one monastery I definitely recommend visiting. Dress appropriately!
4.5 based on 253 reviews
If you are in Kashmir then Gulmarg is a must see place, it is the highest point there covered with snow and beautifully serine, you can enjoy skiing or other winter sports if you know how to, other than that drink hot chai(tea with milk) in one of the cafes and enjoy the beautiful scenery, you can also take the Gondola to first or second level of the mountain, important advise : as soon as you arrive to the place don't listen to any one offering tours or taking you to the cable car station(Gondola) it is much better if you walk yourself, it is only few minutes
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Lamayuru lies on Srinagar Leh highway and offers splendid view of the valley around... there is a monastery located on small hill which is a home to monks and has a good collection of wall paintings, statues etc...there is an entry fee to the monastery...
Good place to make a stop over and absorb the view...
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This is a review in generic about Gulmarg and specific about Gondola. My intentions of writing this is not to de-popularize the city but to to warn and caution the future travellers planning to visit the city. Maybe, after Reading my review they would not have to face what I have felt.
First of all, this small city has been controlled by local guys and would not allow any outsider to do the business. So, you have to pay Rs 50 to enter the Gondola, you can not have any guide from other city but you have to take one from Gulmarg itself (Although you do not need any guide at all).
Once you reach at the top, you woul find people who would force you to sledge or to skii and other activities. These are overpriced like hell and you have tp bargain like hell to know the actual price. I paid a lot to the sledge and thus would lile to warn you all do give the actual price. Approximately you have to give one fourth what they would price for the activities.
The guide would also not tell you the actual price
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This is very old temple constructed in 220 BC, located on the Zabarwan Mountain and witch is dedicated to Lord Shiva.One Can see panoramic view of Srinagar city from this mountain.Dal Lake view is fantastic from this Mountain. One of the preferable and peaceful location for Tourists who are visiting the Srinagar.
This temple is under army Control and had 243 steps leading to temple area.
Temple will be open till 20:00 hours, but Cars will be allowed till 17:00 hours only.
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