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Enthralling Kashmir

5 Nights

Starting From Rs.21,999/-


Inclusions

  • Flights

  • >= 3 stars

  • Transfer

  • Meals
Themes
  • Mountains
  • Shopping
  • Family & Kids Family
  • Hill Stations
Pahalgam

Admire the snow-clad peaks in Gulmarg

Shikara Ride for 1 Hour

Pahalgam Visit

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival in Srinagar

You will be met by our representative at the Srinagar airport. He will assist and transfer you to the deluxe houseboat. Afternoon sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. All the gardens are situated on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan hills in the background. In the evening you will take a Shikara ride on Dal Lake, where you visit the floating vegetable gardens. While riding the Shikara’s there are plenty of opportunities for bird watching with plentiful species including Kingfisher, Little Bittern, Common Pariah Kites, Grebe etc. Dinner and overnight in Hotel / Deluxe houseboats

Day 2 - SRINAGAR-PAHALGAM

After breakfast proceed to Pahalgam (The valley of shepherds).The total distance is about 96 kms, will be covered in about 3 hours. En-route, visiting the saffron fields of pampore, Awantipura Ruins (1100 years old temple of Lord Vishnu built by the King Awantivarman), and enjoy the beautiful countryside.Drive throught the pine forests. Arrive at Pahalgam and enjoy Lidder stream. Later walk along pony trails with a magnificent view of the mountains. Dinner and overnight in hotel

Day 3 - PAHALGAM - GULMARG

After breakfast proceed to Gulmarg (Meadow of Flowers) 2730 mts. above the sea level. The distance of 130 kms will be covered in about 5 hours. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and highest golf course with 18 holes. If weather permits one can also have the view of Nanga Parbat, the naked mountain that is over 26,000 feets and dominates the entire region, also enjoy cable car (Gondola) for mountain ride upto khilangmarg. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 4 - GULMARG - SRINAGAR

After breakfast drive back to Srinagar. sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. All the gardens are situated on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan hills in the background. Afternoon will be at your leisure for individual activities. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 5 - SRINAGAR-SONMARG-SRINAGAR

Morning proceed for Sonmarg (Meadow of Gold). The distance of about 83 kms, will be covered in about 3 hrs. Sonmarg lies in Sindh Valley streamed with flowers and surrounded by mountains. Sonmarg is also the base for some interesting treks to the high altitude Himalayan Lakes. In the evening drive back from Sonmarg. Dinner and overnight in Hotel

Day 6 - Departure from Srinagar

After a scrumptious breakfast, check-out from the hotel and transfer to the Srinagar airport to continue your onward journey.

Inclusions

  • Assistance upon arrival at Srinagar airport with welcome in the Hotel
  • 04Nights / 05 Days Accommodation on twin sharing Basis as per the Itinerary (02 Nights in Srinagar / 1 Gulmarg/ 1 Pahalgam)
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast and Dinner
  • Return airport and round trip transfers along with all sightseeing tours by Non-ac Indigo 1-2 Pax / Non AC Tavera 4- 6 pax, 8-12 Pax onwards tempo Traveler Maximum (12 Seated)
  • 01 Hour Shikara ride complimentary.
Important note:-
  • In pahalgam:sightseeing of chandanwari, betaab valley, baisaran valley and aru valley are not included. If one wishes to visit the same, they can hire a taxi directly at pahalgam taxi on their own.
  • In gulmarg:the vehicle is allowed to drop at main gulmarg or at your hotel and from there onwards one has to walk or can go by ponies on direct payment for local sightseeing in gulmarg. If there will be snowfall our vehicles are allowed till tangmarg only, from tangmarg to gulmarg guest have to take chained jeeps by their own at additional cost (approx. Cost shared basis 500/- per person / private jeep 2000/- )
  • Insonmarg:the vehicle is allowed to drop at main sonmarg and from there onwards one has to walk up to thajwas or one can go by ponies on direct payment. (route is closed during heavy snowfall)

Exclusion

  • Any Airfare, Train fare, Overland Journey which is not mentioned in the Itinerary.
  • Any Medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps.
  • Any personal nature items like Laundry, bar bills, table bills, camera fee, tips or any other item
  • Mineral water / Soft or hard drinks / Starters.
  • Entrance Free.
  • Horse Riding.
  • Sightseeing of Chandanwadi, Aru, Betaab Valley and Baisaran in Pahalgam.
  • Gandola Ride ticket

Payment Policy

  • 46 days or more before departure : 25% of total cost
  • 31 – 45 days before departure : 50% of total cost
  • Less than 30 days before departure : 100% of total cost

Cancellation Policy

If you Cancel your Holiday

Cancellation charges per person

  • 46 days or more before departure : 25% of total cost
  • 31 – 45 days before departure : 50% of total cost
  • Less than 30 days before departure : 100% of total cost

Gulmarg

Twisting undulations, vibrant flower blooms, pine-fringed hillocks and the outstanding backdrop of Western Himalayas make Gulmarg a paradisiacal place to tread in. Rightly termed as the ‘Meadow of Flowers,' this erstwhile summer resort of British India is a place to experience the prodigious splendidness of nature. The spanking pulchritude of this extraordinary snowscape attracts visitors from all around the world, year-round. Besides harping on its scenic flair, Gulmarg also boasts the enthralling escapades. It offers an enthralling possibility of various adventure activities like snowboarding, skiing, and high-handed hiking, to the passionate adventure junkies. Traverse along the length and breadth of this bijou town to admire its fascinating splendor. Gulmarg marks upon a distinct and contrasting entity of historic colonial rule and independent modernism. This fragile ecosystem represents its ethnicity through the vivid festivities and culture fairs. The vivacious Gulmarg Gondola almost touches the shoulder of the snow-capped Mt. Apharwat and provides a sweeping view of this couthy hamlet. Other than being an elemental love-setting for the reel-life duo, Gulmarg is truly an incredible romantic retreat for the real-life twosome.

Pahalgam

The quaint town of Pahalgam is a scenic paradise, located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India, is adorned with a blanket of pine, cedar and conifer trees, surrounded by imposing mountain ranges, blessed with crystal-clear rivers Lidder and Seshnag, Pahalgam looks like a surreal portrait. Hundreds of miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Pahalgam serves as a delightful retreat for all, from adventure junkies to religious people. Enjoy a pony ride atop the steep hills or undertake a thrilling trek from Aru. Be mesmerized by the vastness of the snow-capped Kolahoi Glacier. You can also visit the nearby Amarnath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, attracting thousands of devotees annually. Betaab Valley is also a must-visit place, and interestingly, the valley is named after a Bollywood movie which was shot there. Pahalgam also offers a host of adventure and sports activities, such as river rafting, skiing, and golf. Experience the warm hospitality of the locals and get a chance to experience their simple lifestyle. Apart from its beauty, other aspects that add to the allure of the ‘Valley of Shepherds’ are its people, cuisine, and culture.

Srinagar

Srinagar is a proud part of the Kashmir Valley, which is aptly known as ‘Paradise on Earth.' Surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, serene lakes, and splendid gardens, this picturesque paradise looks so stunning that you might mistake it for a painting. The thrilling shikhara rides take you to another world. This strikingly colorful city will amaze you with its unique culture and attractions. Despite the infamous communal tensions, strikes, and protests, the city continues to be one of the most famous tourist destinations in India. The Dal Lake is undoubtedly the most popular attraction in Srinagar. The presence of numerous beautiful houseboats has made the city earn its moniker ‘Venice of the East.' The Mughal Gardens, Chashma Shahi, Pari Mahal, Nishat Bagh and many such marvels, boast of stunning Persian architecture. The city also houses ancient religious places, such as Hazratbal Shrine, Jamia Masjid, Shankaracharya Temple and Kheer Bhawani Temple. A perfect way to conclude your visit would be to indulge in shopping at one of the numerous markets in Srinagar such as Lal Chowk, Residency Road, Polo View, Badshah Chowk and many more.