Kashmir is the valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal mountain range. As one crosses the 2.5 kms long Jawahar tunnel of mighty Pir Panjal Range, kashmir valley begins. Kashmir valley is famous all over the world for it picturesque beauty, landscape and climate, besides its beauty Kashmir valley is also known for its adventure potential, it offers vast platform for adventure activities.

Srinagar, Pahalgam, Gulmarg and Sonamarg are prime attractions in Kashmir valley and are known as good as when one thinks to visit Kashmir these four places come in mind at first. But besides these four place there are many other unexplored place in Kashmir which are more beautiful than any other place, and on visiting those places one cannot doubt the famous phrase “Agar firdous baroy-e- zamin ast, hami asto, hamin asto, hamin ast.” “If there is a heaven on earth, it is here, it is here,”

So “before saying there is no place like Switzerland in the world, Sooth your nerves and Calm your soul in Kashmir, the place where earth meets heaven.”

Best time to Visit: Kashmir has four distinct seasons, each with its own peculiar character and distinctive charm. These are spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each season has its own charm, one can visit Kashmir anytime as per his choice of season.

Spring- which extends roughly from March to early May, is when a million blossoms carpet the ground. The weather during this time can be gloriously pleasant at 23°C or chilly and windy at 10°C. This is the season when Srinagar experiences rains, but the showers are brief.

Clothing: Light Woolen Clothes, Rain Coat must.

Summer- Extends from May until the end of August. Srinagar at this time experiences day temperatures of between 25°C and 32°C. At this time, the whole valley is a mosaic of varying shades of green - rice fields, meadows, trees, etc. and Srinagar with its lakes and waterways is a heaven after the scorching heat of the Indian plains. This is the best season to visit for nature lovers.

Clothing: Summer clothes, light sweater / Light jacket or Rain Coat.

Autumn- The onset of autumn, perhaps Kashmir's loveliest season, is towards September, when green turns to gold and then to russet and red. One can have view of Chinars in Autumn which cant be found anywhere else. The highest day temperature in September is around 23°C and night temperature dips to 10°C by October.

Clothing: Light Woolen Clothes.

Winter- From December to the beginning of March is winter time, which presents Srinagar in yet another mood. Bare low lying areas, snow-covered hilly areas. When it snows whole valley is covered in white blanket, which gives a mesmerizing view. Temperature ranges from -6 °C to 5 °C during night and day respectively at Low lying areas where as at higher Altitudes it varies, it may be -8°C to 1°C during and day respectively. One can enjoy frozen water bodies.

Where to Stay: In Kashmir almost at all the places one can can find best hotels, guest houses, house boats in different budget ranges for all the seasons, well equipped to deal with the challenges of weather.

How To Reach:

By Road: The overland approach to Kashmir Valley is only via Jammu – Srinagar highway, it z about 300kms from Jammu to Srinagar. The lone national Highway from Jammu to Srinagar 300 kms lone (8-10 hours drive) is amazing with breath taking and eye soothing scenery, the river Chenaab runs several kilometers along the national highway which adds beauty to the journey.

By Train: Kashmir valley is not yet fully connected by train with rest of country. The project is in process and will be completed soon.

By Air: Kashmir Valley is well connected by airlines to the rest of world. Srinagar International airport receives regular numerous flights from Delhi, Jammu, Mumbai, Bangalore and Leh through flights operated by different airlines, the fares range and depend on the season and tourist influx.

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