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9N10D – Incredible Kashmir

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9N10D – Incredible Kashmir

  • 10 Days
  • Wifi Available
  • Min Age : 12+
  • Pickup: Airpot
  • Breakfast + Dinner
  • Car for pick up, drop and sightseeing

Kashmir is situated at 1515 m, this northernmost area of the Indian subcontinent is separated from the PirPanjal Range and surrounded by the Karakorum Range on the North. KASHMIR is a marvel aptly called Paradise on Earth by the Mughals who travelled long distances to spend their summers here. They patronized the development of arts and crafts and left behind a rich heritage of exquisite craftsmanship. They discovered the various hill stations and laid Srinagar’s famous Mughal Gardens here. Jammu and Kashmir is divided into 3 main regions Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh, whereby Kashmir is the principal region of the state. Srinagar is the Summer state capital and is situated at an Altitude of 1,730 metres above sea level. The city is located on both the sides of the Jhelum River, which is called Vyath in Kashmir. The river passes through the city and meanders through the valley, moving onward and deepening in the Wular Lake. The city is famous for its nine old bridges, connecting the two parts of the city.Srinagar means wealth(Lakshmi) and nagar means city. Tourism is the most significant segment of the city’s economy. The city of Srinagar is a gateway to some of the most scenic and beautiful places of the Indian subcontinent. Srinagar is well known for its lakes. Dal Lake with its houseboats is famous all over the world. Srinagar is a small and beautiful city with a wonderful climate. Nagin Lake is another famous lake in the city.  History of Kashmir “Kashmir” means “desiccated land” (from the Sanskrit: Ka = water and shimeera = desiccate). In the Rajatarangini, a history of Kashmir written by Kalhana in mid-12th century, it is stated that the valley of Kashmir was formerly a lake. According to Hindu mythology, the lake was drained by the great rishi or sage, Kashyapa, son of Marichi, son of Brahma, by cutting the gap in the hills at Baramulla (Varaha-mula). When Kashmir had been drained, Kashyapa asked Brahmans to settle there. This is still the local tradition, and in the existing physical condition of the country, we may see some ground for the story which has taken this form. The Instrument of Accession in 1947 brought the province under the direct rule of the Republic of India when the then ruler of the province, Maharaja Hari Singh allowed the state to merge into the territory of India, a move which was destined to be one of the most controversial moves in the history of India. Today, Jammu and Kashmir lies at the center of a heated territorial dispute between India and her twin Pakistan, a dispute which has caused 3 direct Indo-Pakistan wars and one indirect war with China. The land is also ruled under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which allows special provisions to Jammu and Kashmir.

Price Includes

  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • 1 Room on twin sharing accommodation.
  • Breakfast + Dinner during the stay.
  • Chauffer driven Car for pick up, drop and sightseeing as per itinerary.
  • Complimentary Shikara ride once during your stay.
  • Driver Allowances.
  • Toll tax and State tax.
  • All taxes.

Price Excludes

  • Any Air/ train fare
  • Any pony charges
  • Any gondola cable car charges
  • Any expenses for optional activities
  • Aru and Chandanwari in Pahalgam
  • Items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry
  • Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay / cancellation / hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities or any emergency evacuation expenses
  • Any additional meals
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
Cancellation Policy

25% before 15 days from date of departure

75% within 7 days from date of departures

50% before 7 days from dated of departure

100% within 48 hours from date of departure


Day 1Arrival in Srinagar, city tour, Hotel:

On your arrival at the Srinagar International Airport, you will be taken for a 35 minutes drive through the heart of New Srinagar city, passing the Abdullah bridge which connects the banks of the Jhelum river. After some rest, a day of local sightseeing that includes a visit to the famous Mughal gardens of Nishat and Shalimar. Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 2Sonmarg day trip (85 kms/ 2 hrs):

After breakfast, drive to Sonmarg (90 kms/3 hrs) enrouteKheerBhawaniDarshan. On arrival at Sonmarg, visit Thajjwas glacier (own cost) . Return back to Srinagar. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Day 3Yusmarg day trip (47 kms/ 2 hrs):

After breakfast, set out for an excursion to Yusmarg. Yusmarg, the meadow of Jesus is an apline valley located in Badgam district and covered by snow clad mountains and meadows of pine and fir. This valley mesmerizes tourists with its natural beauty. This is also popular for horse riding, fishing and for skiing during winter. After spending some quality time, return back to Srinagar for overnight stay.

Day 4Manasbal Lake day trip (30 kms/ 1 hr):

After breakfast, drive to Manasbal Lake. The lake is paradise for bird watchers. This lake is surrounded by three villages Jarokbal, Kondabal and Gratbal. The beautiful lotuses blossom by the lakeside during July and August adds to the beauty of clear waters. Also visit KheerBhawani Temple. Later drive back to Srinagar for overnight stay.

Day 5Doodhpathri day trip (42 kms/ 2 to 3 hrs):

Doodhpathri, valley of milk, located in Budgam district, lies in bowl shaped valley in PirPanjal Range. Its an alpine valley covered with snowclad mountains. Not a lot of tourists come to this place, since the road conditions are not favorable. After some quiet and peaceful time at Doodhpathri, be back to Srinagar for overnight stay.

Day 6Dachigam National Park day trip (22 kms/ 1 hr):

After breakfast, set out for an excursin to Dachigam National Park. Located 22 kms from Srinagar city, the park was once the private game preserve of Maharaja Gulab Singh. The park is situated at altitude ranging from 5500 ft to 14,000 ft. Due to the variation in altitude, the park is demarcated into upper and lower regions. The best time to visit the park is: upper Dachigam from months of May till August; lower Dachigam from months of September till December. Bird watching is best in the months of March till May. The park is popular as the home of the rare and critically endangered Hangul or Kashmir stag. The other famous attractions of the park are Himalayan Black Bear, Markhor, Ibex and exotic birds. Enjoy the safari at Dachigam National Park. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 7Gulmarg day trip (56 kilometers / 2-3 hrs drive) one way:

After Breakfast, drive to Gulmarg (55 kms/2 hrs). You can do Khilanmarg sightseeing here by gondola ride at your own cost, return back to Srinagar. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 8Pahalgam day trip (97 kilometers / 3-4 hrs drive) one way:

Today we travel 97 kiilometers (3 hrs one way) south of Kashmir to Pahalgam. In Pahalgam, visit Betaab Valley and Chandanwari as well as take a horse riding trip to Baisaran meadows. After sightseeing, we will drive back to Srinagar and transfer to the hotel/ houseboat for overnight stay.

Day 9Srinagar city tour:

After breakfast, we proceed for a half day city tour that includes visit to the famous Mughal gardens of Nishat and Shalimar, the ChasmeShahi Garden, Shalimar Bagh (Abode of love) and Shankaracharya Temple. We will explore the gardens and later drive back to the hotel for a dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10Departure/transfers to Srinagar Airport:

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and we will assist you with transfers to airport for your onward journey with memories.


Is room upgradation at hotel possible?

Ans. The same is subjected to availability and at an additional cost.

Can I go for additional sightseeing?

Ans. Transportation provided by us follows the standard itinerary shared earlier. However, you can discuss the additional points you wish with the driver and he shall take you around or inform you if that incurs any extra cost.

How many people can sit in one Shikara?

Ans. One Shikara accommodates a maximum of 4 people.

Do I get television in my room in the house boat?

Ans. No, a television is not available in the room. However, the same will be available in the common room / common living area and Few Houseboats Televisions are Available in Rooms as well.

What kind of meals will we get?

Ans. We provide vegetarian, non-vegetarian and Jain meals. Please provide your meal preferences at the time of booking.

Is Prepaid Sim Cards working in Kashmir?

Ans. Only Post-paid Sim cards are Working in Kashmir please carry Post-paid Connections only.




Super deluxe




Hotel Castle/ Kashmir Royale Resort Hotel /Hotel Shearling / Hotel Kohinoor/ Hotel Shani Resorts/Victoria /walison

Hotel K28 /Hotel Shefaf  / Grand Habib /Hotel Nishat View/Hotel Akbar /Holiday Plaza / Metro Polis/Royal Comfort regency/ Hotel German residency/Hotel victory/ Hotel Royal Batoo/welcome Regency/SamciRivira Hotel Zamrud/Royal Arabia.         

Rose petal /Comfort Haritage /Manat Resort/ Hotel Pride Continental / The Residency/Hotel Spring Hills/Metro Polis/Royal Comfort regency/ Comrade inn /CH2

Hotel Sheriton/Hotel Redission/Hotel Regenta/  Hotel Heaven/ Darul Salam. RkSarrover/   LemonTree



Minimum Paying Pax



Super deluxe


Vehicle Used


INR 18,810

INR 20,790

INR 29,700

INR 51,975

Etios/ Dzire


INR 13,860

INR 15,840

INR 24,750

INR 47,025

Etios/ Dzire


INR 13,127

INR 15,107

INR 24,017

INR 46,292



50% Of above

50% Of above

50% Of above

50% Of above



Professional Tourist Guide:

1000 per Day

River Rafting on Pahalgam and Sonamarg:

400 Per Person to Rs. 500 Per Person

Cultural Dance Program in Srinagar:

10,000 Per Program

HipHOP Bus:

300 Per Person

Helicopter Tickets Kashmir Srinagar Hali Tour:

3000 Per Person

Gandola Tickets:

40 1st Phase and 950for Second Phase Per Person

Shikara Ride For One HoRide:

100 Per Person Min Should be



You may get equal or better rates of similar packages below, but we request you to compare apple to apple and check the below points. 

  • Please compare the categories of hotels offered to you. We try to offer best possible available option as per your budget. Most of the hotels are inspected by our own operation team. 
  • Please compare the category of rooms offered to you. Mostly, Tour operators offer the base category of rooms where in, we try to provide best located rooms in the resort/hotel. Even, At times we recommend hotels the specific room number as well. 
  • we have our own fleet and We provide updated and new transportation with guided drivers. We keep complete data of all the drivers. Drivers are well familiar with the destination. 
  • We provide 24X7 customer assistance. Our emergency numbers are always operational for your assistance round the clock. We try to provide every possible assistance in case of any emergency or problem.  
  • Please compare the inclusions and highlights of the tour in detail And All Taxes

Pony owners have a strong hold in Gulmarg and Pahalgam. They often restrict our vehicles travelling in these two villages. Guest hence would have to use the pony services/ local taxis only for local sightseeing.


  • Mughal gardens: These Gardens were laid by the mughals epitomizing love for mankind.Theyare located between Dal lake and Zabarwan Mountain range. 
  • Cheshmashahi:Royal springs are situated in the foothills of the zabarwanrange.It was laid by Ali Mardan Khan in 1632. 
  • Botanical Garden:This was laid by the Government for floricultural purpose. 
  • PariMahal (Palace of Fairies):3kms ahead of cheshmashahi is parimahal a school of astrology built by Prince DaraShukho eldest son of Shahjahan who had keen interest in astrology and sufisim. One can capture a splendid view of the Srinagar city and Dal lake. 
  • NishatBagh:It was designed by Asaf Khan, brother of Noor Jehan, in 1633 AD. It is largest of the Mughal gardens and is situated on the banks of Dal lake. 
  • Shalimar Gardens:Garden of love was built by Emperor Jehangir for his wife NurJehan in 1616.It is 2 major houses which is called the Diwan e Khas and Diwan e Aam. 
  • Harwan Garden: Kanishka the great Kushan Emperor is said to have convened his great council of Buddhist Divines near Harwan. 
  • Dal lake / Boulevard:Dal lake is home to more then a 1000 houseboats. Prince Murad son of emp Shah Jehan built the char chinar also called the Ropa Lank in the smaller Dal. The Afghan governor Aamir Khan buit the sona lank in the bigger Dal.shikara rides and water sports are a must do here.A stay in the houseboat in the Dal lake is an unforgettable experience.9kms away from Dal lake is the Nagin lake which also has many houseboats stationed there. A sunset on the boulevard is a magical site to see here. 
  • Budshah’s Tomb:The grave of Zain-Ul-Abidin’s mother Is situated at Zainakadal.
  • Zabarwan Park:is a delightful picnic spot near Dal lake. 
  • MaharajGunj:popularly known as old bazaar is an old 18th century super market constructed by Dograemp Maharaja pratap Singh. 
  • P.S. Musuem:Sri Pratap Singh museum houses stone sculptures artifacts which depict the culture and history of J&K. 
  • Nagin Lake:8 kms a jewel in the ring, the smallest but mostly lovely part of Dal lake (separated) by a causeway and only a short distance from Hazratbal shrine, its deep blue waters encircled by a ring of green trees has been credited for its name. The Nageen club has water sking and swimming facilities. 
  • NasimBagh:One of the most beautiful Mughal Gardens, Nasimbagh is constructed in 1586 AD by Great Mughal Emperor Akbar. This garden serves as a brilliant example of natural beauty merged with the man mademarvelous designs. This is the oldest Mughal garden and has camping facilities in the enchanting lawns of the Gardens. 
  • Badamwari:An almond Garden situated in Srinagar.TheBadamwari presents a mesmerizing appearance in spring in Kashmir. 
  • KathiDarwaza/SanginDarwaza:The Hari Parbat or the Mughal Fort, located on the banks of the world renowned Dal Lake, has two gates known as KathiDarwaza and SanginDarwaza.KathiDarwaza has some Persian commemorative inscriptions in the walls and ceilings. These inscriptions point light to the Persian beliefs and culture. The two Darwazas, SanginDarwaza and KathiDarwaza, and the shrine of AkhunMulla Shah are worth enough to have a visit. Most of the tourists visit here to have a close look at the architectural style during Mughal period. 



  • Hazratbal Shrine • PirDastagir Sahib • Jamia Masjid • ShaheHamdan Mosque • Rauzabal • Shankaracharya Temple • KohiMaran (Hari Parbat) • Shrine of Maqdoom Sahib • Naqashband Sahib • Pather Masjid • Aali Masjid • Chatti Pad ShahiGurudwara • Jyesththeshvara Temple • Masjid of Akhund Mullah • Khanqah of KhwajaMoinuddin • Tomb of Madin Sahib • Holy Family Church • All Saints Church • 



  • The 3 most fascinating Holiday resorts of Kashmir are Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Sonamarg are a must see here. Magnificent is a too mild term to describe these heavenly places. Kashmir is one such place that can be visited in each season be it Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter. 
  • GULMARG “MEADOW OF FLOWERS Situated at an altitude of 2730 meters and 53 km from Srinagar, Gulmarg originally called as Gaurimarg was discovered by Sultan Yusuf shah in the 16th century. 
  • Why you should visit Gulmarg?
  • Green meadows, Blue Skies, Flowers in full bloom in spring and summer.
  • Asia’s highest cable car ride the Gulmarg – Gondola.
  • Gulmarg is considered Asia’s Best ski resort, famous amongst skiers for its unique powder snow which form the perfect slopes for sking, sledging and snow boarding.
  • Gulmarg boasts of Highest Golf course in the world club established in 1902 which has a 18 hole golf course par 72 where competitions are held each year.
  • Gulmarg is one of the best summer and winter resorts in the world. 



  • Gondola Ride (Asia’s highest ski lift), Maharani Temple. St Mary’s Church, Maharaja Palace, Children’s park, Baba Reishi shrine, Drand a famous picnic spot, Khilanmarg, NingalNullah, Trek to Alpather Lake and visit TanmargenrouteGulmarg. 



  • Play golf, learn to ski,ponyrides,Trekking and sledging snowboarding. 
  • PAHALGAM “VALLEY OF SHEPHERDS”is situated at an altitude of 2130 meters and is 95kms from Srinagar it is at the confluence of sheshnag and lidderstreams.Pahalgam is considered Kashmir’s premier resort ,pahalgam welcomes you with fresh breeze and the famous lidder river rises from the Kolohoi glacier. 
  • Why you should visit Pahalgam:-
  • Pahalgam has an astounding golf course open to tourists.
  • rout fishing is a popular sport here “an anglers paradise”
  • Pahalgam is known as the base camp for famous treks to Aru, chandanwari, Tulian lake and the famous Amarnath trek via  sheshnag and panchtarni.
  • Pine trees, flora and fauna of Pahalgamis a major attraction here. 
  • MUST SEE: Baisaran,Shikargha,Betaab Valley, Tulian lake, Mamal Temple, Phrislan, Aru and chandanawari, Mattan temple, Aishmuqam, Sun temple, Avantipur temple, Kolahoi Glacier, Tarsar lake.  
  • MUST DO: Play golf, Trout fishing, Trekking and pony rides. 
  • Amaranth Yatra “THE ABODE OF LORD SHIVA”: Pahalgam (Nunwan) is the base camp for the Amarnathjiyatra.The holy cave is trekked by 2 routes the pahalgam and the baltalway.The holy cave is 46.7 km from pahalgam at an altitude of 3953 metres believed to be the abode of Shiva.The ice Lingam formed by water droplets symbolizes Lord Shiva.Yatris visit the Holy cave during the scheduled period which is mostly July and August Months.The Hindu cave is believed to be a ddiscovery of a Muslim shepherd named ButtaMalik.The trek from Pahalgam is covered within 2 to 3 days via sheeshang and Panchtarni being the stop overs. 
  • SONMARG “MEADOW OF GOLD”is a trekkers heaven a starting point for many treks ….spectacular skies,snowymountains,hugelakes,strewn with the lovliest alpine flowers at an altititude of 2667 meters and 84 km from Srinagar ,it lies in the heart of a beautiful valley by the sindh. 
  • Why you should visit Sonmarg?
  • Sonmarg is a trekkers paradise.
  • Snow sledging and snow boarding. 


  • MUST SEE: Thajiwas Glacier, Kheer Bhawani Temple, Manasbal lake. MUST DO: Ganagabal trek,Vihansar, Kishansar Gadsar Satsar and Amarnath Trek via Baltal. The Amarnathji Yatra can also be trekked from Baltal in a single day which is 14 km which leads to the Holy cave. (Route II).
  • Ramadan Festival Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. The Month of Ramadan is also when it is believed the Holy Quran “was sent down from heaven, a guidance unto men, a declaration of direction, and a means of Salvation” It is during this month that Muslims fast. It is called the Fast of Ramadan and lasts the entire month. Ramadan is a time when Muslims concentrate on their faith and spend less time on the concerns of their everyday lives. It is a time of worship and contemplation.   
  • Eid-ul-FitrAnd Eid-ul-Azha FestivalIn Kashmir Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are the most famous Muslim festivals in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. If you have to experience the real fun and celebrations of Id, you have to be in Kashmir where the dominant population is of Muslims. Although, the festival is also celebrated in part of Jammu as well. Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of fasting month of Ramadan. During this day, instead of five-time namaz, people have to offer namaz six times. The day is very auspicious for all Muslims, they wear new clothes and attend many grand feasts. Eid-ul-Azha is equally important festival, which is more prominent for the Qurbani (sacrifice). People sacrifice goats, sheep and some even Camels. 
  • Snow Festival / Winter GamesEach year a variety of events are held in Gulmarg between Dec-Feb like the state skingchampionship,Kashmir snow festival. 
  • Baisakhi The harvest Festival is celebrated in Mid-April. 
  • Gurez FestivalShowcases different Folk dances by the people of Gurez. 
  • AmarnathYatraAmarnathYatrais held each between June-August where yatris trek to the Holy cave of Lord Shiva. 
  • Urs
  • Urs are held throughtout the year at various shrines to honour saints and seers. 
  • Navratri Festival
  • The Navratri Festival is celebrated with festivities all over Kashmir, but a special mela is held at the KheerBhawani temple in the TullaMulla village. 
  • Tulip Garden Festival:-  The Tulip Garden Festival is held each year in April in SirajBagh in Srinagar on the onset of Spring where 60 different variety of Tulips show their palette of colours one would see to believe. This garden Festival also includes a variety of programmes for tourist and locals which are cultural programmes, kashmiri folk dances and songs,Kahmiri cuisine wazwan and sale of local handicraft and arts. 
  • Saffron Festival:- The Saffron Festival is held in October where saffron is in full bloom. 



  • Kashmir is also a shoppers paradise. A tourist can buy pashmina shawls. carpets, papiermachie, walnuts saffron, willow wicker, leather jackets and bags, cricket bats,Honey,copper utensils, wooden handicrafts, Kashmiri embroidered suits, saris and jewellery. Bargaining could prove beneficial at famous areas in Srinagar,famous shopping destinations at srinagar is polo view, Lalchowk, Residency Road, Dal gate, Boulevard, Kohankhan, Lambert Lane, kokkar Bazaar, Bohri Kadal, Maharganj and Hazratbal.
  • BY AIR: Sheikh -UlAlam Airport.
  • BY RAIL: Jammu Tawi Station
  • BY ROAD: National Highway No. 1 A .













































 Advised Clothing





March to May



June to August

Cottons & rain proofs


September to February

Light woolens & rain proofs


December to February

Heavy woolens & Jackets suitable for sub zero temperature



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