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Best place i have visited till date. People here are so friendly and their hospitality is wonderful. Right from airport cab driver, auto driver, shilara, hotel staff everyone everyone impressed me with their love and treatment. People trust me it is safest place and must visit place.

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Sheltered by the snowy White Mountains, Srinagar is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The heady combination of natural beauty, charming people and delightful living attracts salivating intrepid tourists from all around the world. The crown of Kashmir valley situated on the banks of Jhelum River offers bliss and serenity to its travellers. Boating in Dal Lake, spending leisure days in houseboats and devouring into hot and mouth-watering delicacies is an experience that no place else will serve you better. With deep and mesmerising valleys cascaded in sky-scraping mountains and evergreen beauty, this heaven on Earth leaves you absolutely mesmerised. Right from Chashm-E-Shahi to the exotic Shalimar garden, Srinagar offers bountiful of places to visit. Surrounded by mountains for the adventurous lot to lakes for photoholics to shopping markets for the spendthrifts, Srinagar does not disappoint anyone. The Dal lake is among the most beautiful and most popular lakes in India and a Shikara ride there would be an unforgettable experience. Srinagar is also an important religious destination with the Hazratbal Mosque which enshrines 'Moi-e-Muqaddas' (the sacred hair) of the prophet Mohammed. Srinagar is also important as a base location to reach to various other areas of Jammu & Kashmir including Ladakh region, Kargil, Dras, Dachigam National Park and Baramulla.

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Srinagar offers a great blend of city life and natural beauty. Remember that prepaid sim cards usually do not work in the entire state; it is better to have a postpaid connection. Make sure you visit the floating market on the Dal Lake ? you can either stay overnight on a houseboat or enjoy a day time Shikara ride. The Mughal Gardens offer great photo ops.

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- Srinagar has been severely affected by politically motivated violence over the last months. Demonstrations and rallies can rapidly turn violent. It is vital for travellers to maintain good situational awareness.

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A great place!! I went there to discover, sithout knowing more than just the pocation! Great experience

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Hi Dear you must get touch with one of the best tour operator in srinager kashmir he will provide you all services on best rates I have all ready Done my kashmir trip a memorable trip with Bilu.G Thanks

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Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir is every bit the epitome of paradise on earth and has a pleasant and cool climate all year round. Surrounded by the white snowy mountains, it offers a great deal of scenic views for those amazing insta pictures. Filled with cascading mountains, natural evergreen beauty and delicious food delicacies, Srinagar proves to be a great tourist spot providing a peaceful yet gorgeous setting. Spending our days and nights in the houseboats and getting Shikara rides in Dal Lake was truly one of the most amazing experiences of my life!

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Dal Lake is the heart of Srinagar. I stayed in a house boat that floats on the lake. The house boats are cozy and lavish. Every morning, people in small boats sell fruits, vegetables and jewelry. I had fun buying things from a boat while sitting in another boat while drinking Kahwa tea. There is a floating market on the lake which is a must visit.

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Time has come to seek divine intervention for the Kashmir problem. Let?s pray for Peaceful Kashmir and One India Strong India on April 30 2017 Shankarajayanti at Shankaracharya hill Srinagar. The best way to remember and follow teachings of Adi guru Shankaracharya is to pray for Kashmir on Shankarajayanti. Many sages came to Kashmir in search of knowledge .As we know Kashmir the land of sages and Saints got its name from Kashyapa muni. Saint Abhinav gupta was from here. Adi guru Shankaracharya meditated here. The land of knowledge and spiritualisms is disturbed today due to ignorance. Let?s restore Kashmir to its ancient glory. Let?s us all pray together to god to send a saint again who will restore Peace, Knowledge and Spiritualism back in Kashmir. #PeacefullKashmir #OneIndiaStrongIndia

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I want to go to Srinagar on18th December for 3 nights and 4 days and return to Jammu which is the lowest price includes hotels and travel charge?

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2 months ago by Holidify


Hi I want to visit Kashmir in October for 4 to 5 days.we are 4 members and 3 children.with in a limited budget and better services what will be estimated cost of tour and which tour company should I choose.

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6 months ago by Holidify


Added to my previous question regarding Kashmir trip I want to ask that what will be estimated difference in total tour cost if I hire a tour company and if I don't hire a tour company and manage my trip myself.

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10 months ago by Holidify


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7 months ago by Holidify


I am going to visit Kashmir on 17/10/2015 to 22/10/2015....please anyone suggest me where to go and stay ...to cover most

About your question, it would depend on how much of Kashmir you would like to cover. If its just Srinagar, 5 days are more than enough. However, if you want to visit more places, I would suggest you to add a few more days to the trip. The places that you must visit in Kashmir, must include Pahalgam, Patnitop, Anantnag, Verinag and Nubra Valley. A road trip is possibly the best way to enjoy the beauty of Kashmir in its entirety. Spare a night stay in each of Pahalgam, Patnitop and Srinagar. You could stay on in Srinagar for about 2-3 nights, to explore the sights and sounds. You can enjoy Anantnag and Verinag on the drive down.

6 months ago by Devyani Chandra


Mai apni personal xuv500 se udaipur se srinagar leh manali k liye tour karna chata hu apne 5 dosto k saath. Ismai mujhe kitna waqt lagega aur kitna expense ho sakta hai?

The entire distance one-way is approximately 2400 km. From Udaipur to Srinagar, it will take about 2-3 days, depending on how you go. From Srinagar to Leh, it will take around 12 hours. From Leh to Manali, it will take another 12 hours. So you will spend about 3 - 4 days travelling. If you want to enjoy these places, you will require around 10 - 14 days for the entire trip. The per person charges, excluding diesel, will be approximately INR 13,000, depending on the kind of trip you take.

9 months ago by Holidify