Explore Jammu & Kashmir : the land of everlasting charm with endless beauties. Jammu & Kashmir Tourism takes you to the Leh-Ladakh Tour - the crescent land of Lamas. Adventure & Sports Tourism in Jammu & Kashmir delivers some challenging adventure sports for the daring people like you. Travel to Jammu & Kashmir and visit the Kashmir Pilgrimage Places, blessed with some of the most sanctified places on earth. Tour Wildlife in Jammu & Kashmir and take a glimpse of some of the rarest species existing on earth. But, after all this and more...! the tour to Jammu & Kashmir is incomplete without the exciting Houseboats tour in Jammu & Kashmir.
Dal Lake : The Dal is famous not only for its beauty, but for its vibrance, because it sustains within its periphery, a life that is unique anywhere in the world. The houseboat and Shikara communities have lived for centuries on the Dal.
Nagin Lake : Nagin Lake, which is usually thought of as a separate lake, is also divided from Dal Lake only by a causeway.
Mughal Gardens : Kashmir was a favourite of the Mughal emperors who visited it as often as they could.
Hazaratbal Mosque : Across the Dal from Shalimar is the mosque of Hazratbal, the only one of its kind architecturally in Kashmir. Made of white marble with a dome and a minaret.
Golf Club : Gulmarg boasts of a magnificent grassy golf course that is the world's highest too. One can even hire the golf sets from Gulmarg too. The Golf Club offers short-term memberships to the players.
Trekking : Gulmarg is an excellent base for trekking in the northern Pir Panjal Range.
Skiing : Gulmarg is amongst the best skiing resorts in India. Gulmarg is also a good skiing sight for learners.
The Raghunath Temple : This temple is situated at the city centre. It was built in 1857. The temple consists of seven shrines, each with tower. Its arches, surface and niches shows the Mughal influence. The interior of the temple is decorated in gold.
The Vaishno Devi Temple : This cave temple is 61kms north of Jammu. It is dedicated to Mahakali, Mahalaxmi and Mahasaraswati, the three mother goddesses of Hinduism.
Baisaran : The most beautiful of these is the huge, unspoiled grassland of Baisaran, surrounded by thickly wooded forests of pine. Hajan, on the way to Chandanwari, is an idyllic spot for a picnic. Filmgoers will recognize it instantly as it has been the location of several movie scenes.
Mamal : Pahalgam has eight tiny villages within its surroundings, one of which is Mamal.
The Amarnath cave : The Amarnath cave is 6 kms away from there. During the month of Sawan, an ice stalagmite forms a natural Shiva-Ling in the Amarnath cave.
Tarsar Lake : It can be reached from Lidderwat.
Patnitop : a beautiful hill station in the state of Jammu & Kashmir is no less beautiful or serene. If one is aiming to get away from it all for some time, this place is hard to beat. The beautiful paths passes through wooded lanes and fascinating scenery linking Patnitop with Kud and Batote.
Nilagrad : A mountain river meets the Indus at the Baltic colony, Nilagrad, 6-km away from Sonamarg. The water of the river is reddish in colour. The Baltic thinks the water has curative power of many diseases. Inhabitants of the colony visit this place every Sunday to bath in the river.
Bisansar Lake & Krishnasar Lake : These are two beautiful lakes added to the beauty of Sonamarg. On the way from Sonamarg to Bisansar Lake via Nichinai Pass, stands the Bisansar Lake at an altitude of 4, 084m, while crossing the river at Nichinai Pass, with its its lovely natural beauty. Beside the lake is the Krishnasagar Lake at an altitude of 3,801m, famous for Trout fishing.