With the advent of spring, it is expected that the number of visitors on Kashmir tour is going to rise surprisingly as the most of the parts of India have started to feel rise in temperature from March on wards. As a traveler, you can experience cool weather and you may need heavy woolen cloths if you visit hill stations in Kashmir. Well popular as the Heaven of Earth, Kashmir has each & everything to make the visitors to have unforgettable experience.
1. Sang-e-Safed Valley
Love to visit meadows and have picnics, include Sang-e-Safed Valley in your Kashmir tour package. Sang-e-Safed, also referred as White Rocks, is setup at a distance of around 10 kilometers from the Yusmarg Valley based in the Budgam District of Jammu & Kashmir. The area is popular for various meadows like Haigin and Liddemar along with numerous picnic spots.
2. Pakharpora Shrine
The term ‘Pakharpora’ has derived from the word ‘Pokher’, which means the piece of land. The Pakharpora Shrine came in to light due to Syed Balhi who came on Kashmir visit from Balk in Afghanistan in the early 15th century to preach Islam. His relatives were buried and that place was transformed into shrine at Sayed’s request. You as a traveler can see some peculiar old trees planted on that special place which you can’t view anywhere else in Kashmir.
3. The Nilang Lake
Most of us are well familiar with the Dal Lake but the Nilang Lake has its own importance and is included in Kashmir holiday package. Just 47 kilometers away from Srinagar, it is surrounded by looming mountains and pine forests and has been able to draw the tourists of each age group.
7 kilometres and a two-hour-long drive from Srinagar, Yousmarg is reached amidst acres upon acres of grassy meadows circled by pine forests, and the looming mountains beyond. Its water is blue in color so, it is called as Nilang and has a trek trail of 13 kilometers leading to several attractive tourist spots.