Kashmir is India’s most stunning valley and a place everyone should visit at least once in their lives. The Kashmir Blog gives you all the information you need to make informed decisions about your trip to Kashmir, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. This blog is dedicated to Kashmir’s beautiful beauty and tranquil lakes.
The Experience of Kashmir
You can arrange for an unforgettable trip to Kashmir. Explore the culture and enjoy the local cuisine. You can also sip Kahwa Chai and interact with the community to get away from the hustle and bustle. This is the place to unwind, unwind and take in the breathtaking view of Jammu and Kashmir.
These life experiences can be made a reality by reading the Kashmir tour blog. You won’t be disappointed in Kashmir and you will be awestruck by its natural beauty and warm people.
January weather in Kashmir
Let us first describe the January climate in this place. From December to March, the Kashmir valley is completely covered by a layer of pearl-white snow. The temperature drops below zero. If you are looking for snowstorms, January is the best month to visit Kashmir. You can take part in many snow sports during winter, such as skiing or winter sports.
The Most Memorable Moments in Kashmir, January. We would like to share with you some of the most memorable moments.
Make sure you don’t miss any Kashmiri moments.
- Ride A Shikara On Dal Lake
- Gulmarg Ropeway Ride
4 nights, 5 days in total
Routing: Srinagar, Local Sightseeing Day 1 of Kashmir
One of our representatives will meet them at Srinagar airport. You will then be transferred to your hotel or homestay for check-in. In the afternoon, users take a shikara ride along Dal Lake. They stop at the open Dal Lake or floating vegetable gardens.
You can bird-watch from your shikara while you travel. Including species such as the Kingfisher and Tiny Bittern. The next day, dinner and a stay in a hotel or on a houseboat.
Day 2: Sightseeing in Srinagar
After a hearty breakfast, we begin our morning tour of Shankaracharya Temple. Shankaracharya, a great philosopher, and saint may have stayed here during his ten-century trip to Kashmir to revive Sanatan Dharma. The original dome-shaped roof of brick roof is less than a century old. Continue to Hazratbal Mosque.
This spotless white marble structure reflects the lake’s water and is found in an area on the west coast of Dal Lake.
On Day 3: Pahalgam
On a trip, it takes 96 km (2 to 3 hours).
After an early breakfast, leave for Pahalgam (also known as the Valley of Shepherds).
Stop by the Mutton Temple, the Saffron Field, and the 19th-century Awantipura Ruins on the way. Take a stroll along the river’s banks and enjoy nature. Pahalgam is a well-known base camp for Nath Pilgrimage and is known for its trekking routes.
Pahalgam is also known in the Indian film industry (Bollywood). One can visit Chandan Wari and Aru for sightseeing on their own. Yield to Srinagar for dinner and a night at a hotel/homestay.
Day 4: Srinagar (excursion from Gulmarg) – 54 km one way
After breakfast, leave your hotel or houseboat to travel to Gulmarg. This is also known as the “Grassy field of Flowers” and is located at 8,825 feet above sea level. Gulmarg has one of the most renowned 18-hole golf courses and a well-known country club during the summer. In the winter, it also boasts a ski resort. You can ride your own Cable Car (gondola) on your own. Return to Jammu or Kashmir for dinner and a night in a hotel.
Day 5: End of the tour
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