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Gulmarg is a town, a hill station, a popular skiing destination and a notified area committee in the Baramula district of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The town is situated in the Pirpanjal range in the western Himalayas

Sonmarg ( "Meadow of Gold") is a hill station in Ganderbal district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The view of Sonmarg valley also known

Dal is a lake in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The urban lake, which is the second largest in the state, is integral to tourism and recreation in Kashmir and is named the "Jewel in the crown of Kashmir" or "Srinagar's Jewel".

Pahalgam 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.

Where the Fields are Saffron and the Sky is blue Congenial climate, fragrant saffron fields and affable people welcome you to Pulwama district. Lose yourself in the beauty of sprawling saffron fields and the rich culture that dwells here. Pulwama gives you quite a large number of places for sightseeing including Nagberan, Tarsar Lake, Marsar Lake, Shikargarh and Aripal Nag. Where, Nagberan is a small scenic town that draws lot of nature lovers to it, there Shikargarh is known for attracting wildlife lovers. On the other side, Tarsar and Marsar are two legendary lakes that must be visited for its unmatched beauty. Another allure of Pulwama is Aripal Nag, which is situated 11kms from Tral town and is famed for natural water springs. If you cherish visiting historical places and shrines then the Avantishwar Temple is a must visit for you.

Reflecting Perfectly the Beauty of Kashmir Reckoned to be the Gateway of Kashmir, Baramullah is another bright gem from the Kashmir’s treasure trove. Both the city and the district of Baramullah are generously blessed with natural endowments. Gulmarg, Khilanmarg and Tangmarg are also places of interest in Jammu & Kashmir tourism along with being important tourist attractions in the district. Where Gulmarg is an idyllic skiing resort, there Khilanmarg is a flower-spangled wide valley, you will get ample of opportunities to click beautiful pictures here. If in Baramullah, you must also visit Wular Lake, which is considered Asia’s largest fresh water lake and if you enjoy bird watching, you can also visit Manasbal Lake. Vijimarg, Mahalishamarg and Uri are some ideal picnic spots. However, it can rightly be said that a journey to Uri is more interesting rather than the destination.

More than Just a Base Camp It is often seen that whenever Katra is discussed; it is referred merely as a base camp for devotees who visit Vaishno Devi. But, there is certainly more to explore in Katra. Situated around 42kms from Jammu, Katra is one of the most picturesque places in Jammu. A nature lover would love to visit Baba Dhanasar located just 10kms away from the city. Known for its scenic beauty, it is an ideal picnic spot. Shiv Khori is another must visit; this place stand second to Vaishno Devi in religious value and is famed for its 4ft tall naturally formed Shiva Linga. Katra is indeed a place that should be visited in Jammu & Kashmir as it reflects perfectly the divinity of Jammu.It is often seen that whenever Katra is discussed; it is referred merely as a base camp for devotees who visit Vaishno Devi. But, there is certainly more to explore in Katra. Situated around 42kms from Jammu, Katra is one of the most picturesque places in Jammu. A nature lover would love to visit Baba Dhanasar located just 10kms away from the city. Known for its scenic beauty, it is an ideal picnic spot. Shiv Khori is another must visit; this place stand second to Vaishno Devi in religious value and is famed for its 4ft tall naturally formed Shiva Linga. Katra is indeed a place that should be visited in Jammu & Kashmir as it reflects perfectly the divinity of Jammu.

Where Nature Meets Adventure Perched on a hilltop at an altitude of 2024m, Patnitop offers overwhelming view of the Shivalik Range. It is one destination in Jammu region that is widely acclaimed for its immense beauty and the abundant fun activities. For people who want to some quality time contemplating the marvels of nature, Patnitop is just right for them. Visit Gourikund, which holds great spiritual value, one can also see the holy Kailash Parvat. A leisure walk to the Pine forest is ideal for the nature lovers. Enjoy trekking at Shivgarh and paragliding, abseiling (rappelling), rock climbing and camping at Sanasar. At a little distance from Patnitop, there is a village called Kud that is famed for vivid varieties of sweets, make sure that you try some of it and take it back home as a memoir of Patnitop.

Live the Spirit of Ladakh Located about 45kms away from Leh, Hemis is amongst the best places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir. Situated on the western bank of River Indus, this small village is famed for its prestigious monastery and a national park. Better known as Hemis National Park, it extends in a 600 sq km of area and provides shelter to many rare species like the snow leopards and bharals. An apt place for nature lovers and naturalists, this sprawling National Park is an asset to Hemis Village. Travel enthusiasts have the opportunity to visit the spectacular Hemis Monastery, which is the largest monastery in Ladakh. The best time to visit Hemis is during the month of June or July, when the entire region is imbued in the color of Hemis festival.

Redefining Ladakh Exotic is what comes in mind, whenever Nubra Valley is mentioned. It is situated where River Shyok and River Siachen meet, so you can expect an impressive view. The most fascinating feature of Nubra is its diversity; it’s an absolute surprise to spot a desert in Ladakh! Hunder, which is situated in Nubra Valley, is a long stretch of desert area, where one can enjoy ride on the Bactrian camels. Another brilliant experience is passing through Khardung La, which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Do not miss out on Panamik, which is the last village that is accessible to tourist. Ensa, Samstemling, Diskit and Hunder monasteries are also worth visiting here.

Entrenching Beauty and Excitement Blessed with nature’s best, Zanskar defines Ladakh, it has in fact one of the most beauty locales that attract lot of adventure and nature lovers. Zongkhul, Zangla, Stongdey, Karsha and Panikhar are the highlights of the Zanskar region, where Zongkhul and Stongdey are old monasteries; there Zangla is an old castle. Another spectacular place to visit in Zanskar is Pensi La which is a high pass that divides Zanskar from Suru Valley. Panikhar, which is the border of Sur Valley, is also an excellent place to visit in the vicinity of the valley of Zanskar. You can also enjoy mountaineering, trekking and rafting activities here as well.