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Where to try: Dal Lake in Srinagar and Manasbal Lake near Gaderbal
Timings: 6:30 am – 5:30 pm
Best time in the year: March to May & September to December
Cost per person per hour: INR 150 – INR 250
Regardless of what industry you're in or what kinds of products and services you sell, your customer is the most important part of your business. Without the customer, you don't see any sales. As a result, they are a critical factor when developing your marketing messaging and strategy. The customer is very important; the customer will be followed by the customer.
Timings: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost per person per hour: INR 1500 – INR 2500
A pony ride is an opportunity for children to ride real ponies for a short time, usually seen at fairs, guest ranches, zoos, summer camps, private children's parties and similar places. Children on pony rides do not handle the pony themselves, but they need to be old enough to sit up straight and hold their head up without support. Pony rides may be given on individually hand-led ponies, or in a group of ponies, usually four to six, placed on a "pony wheel," a small type of hot walker that leads all ponies in a walk on a small circle so that fewer handlers are needed. Safety is a paramount concern and insurance companies consider pony rides to be a high-risk activity. There are concerns about the welfare of some ponies used for pony rides.
Where to try: Srinagar
Timings: 6:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost per person per hour: INR 100 – INR 200
NISHAT: The garden of Delight
SHALIMAR: The garden of love
CHAMASHAHI: The royal spring
PARIMAHAL: The house of Furrieries
SHAKAR ACHRAYA TEMPLE
They say, walk more to know more. And the same is true with Srinagar. With some structures over 4 centuries old gardens that are no less than a paradise, the city has an architecture that is influenced by 3 different styles and 3 different religions. Walking through the old town is one of the peaceful things to do in Kashmir. Visit the marvellous structures including Jamia Masjid featuring 370 pillars made of the Maple tree. Take a walk through the lanes of the old Srinagar that has old markets of spices, dry fruits and threads.
Timings: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost per person per hour: INR 800 – INR 3500
In Jammu and Kashmir, rafting opportunities are available on the Lidder and Indus rivers in Pahalgam, and the Sindh River in Sonamarg. Gliding down Kashmir's beautiful waterways is possibly the best way to take in the beauty of the region.
1800 to Rs. 3500. Depending on the duration of the trip and the difficulty you have selected, the prices will vary. Rafting can be even more expensive when you visit the Zanskar Mountains course for the most difficult rafting trip in the entire valley
You only need to include the essentials when it comes to packing bags for a river rafting trip in Kashmir. All the life-saving equipment and their usage instructions are given by the provider, along with a head coach and an assistant coach with the rafting team. They provide you kits that contain everything you might need during the activity.
Places to visit in Srinagar: Dal Lake, Nehru Park, Floating Post Office, Shankaracharya Hill Temple, Jama Masjid, Tomb of Zain-ul-Abidin’s mother, Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Chashme Shahi, Pari Mahal, Hari Parbat Fort are the key attractions of Srinagar.
Places to visit in Gulmarg: Gondola cable car: Maharani Temple, Ziarat of Baba Reshi, Khilanmarg, Apharwat peak, and Strawberry Valley are some of the places to visit in Gulmarg.
Places to visit in Sonamarg: Thajiwas Glacier, Manasbal Lake, Ganderbal, Khir-Bhawani temple, and Narang temple are the major tourist attractions of Sonamarg.
Places to visit in Pahalgam: Lidder River & Amusement Park, Deer Park & Zoo, Mamleshwar Temple, Betaab Valley, Sheshnag Lake, Aru Village, Matrand Sun Temple, Saffron fields, and Anantnag Sulpher Springs are some of the attractions of Pahalgam.
Kashmir is the northern most geographical region of the Indian subcontinent. Kashmir's blissful aura can never be expressed in words, Snowy glaciers, pristine lakes, picturesque mountains, dense forests, green meadow, gushing rivers everything about Kashmiris supremely beautiful
Kashmir, which has been called the Heaven on Earth, is also home to abundant treks on its alpine meadows and lakes making it a favorite destination in the world for trekkers. We offer the best of Kashmir trekking experience for you with our specially designed trekking tour packages. Trek to the alpine lakes like Gangabal, Gadsar, Tarsar & Marsar, Great Lakes, and the ancient villages tucked away in the mountains like Naranag with our best trekking tour packages for Kashmir. We also ensure the best camping sites on the lush and sprawling meadows of Kashmir to add to your adventurous experience.
Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh is practically a trekker's bliss. The scenic valleys, lush forests and flower strewn meadows have inspired any nature lovers to explore. The region has numerous trekking trails, each winding through stunning landscapes. Whether you are a beginner looking for an easier trekking trial or a seasoned one who is looking for a thrill, Jammu and Kashmir has it all. If you are planning your next trekking holiday,
Autumn Season Treks in India (October – November) The autumn season in India begins from October and lasts till November, and is the time when the beauty of the Indian Himalayas is unsurpassable.
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