Kashmir is a wonderful combination of tranquility, relaxation vibes, adventure thrills and finding yourself through spirituality. It also offers enriched culture to explore. Everyone who has ever considered Kashmir has signed, thinking that it was a magical, faraway land full of surprises. You are correct, I am sure! It’s worth every penny, and every long trip that you thought would be exhausting.

Kashmir is located between the Karakoram and Himalayan mountain lines. Each part of Kashmir is subject to political tensions from India, Pakistan, and China. Did you know that India and Pakistan have been fighting for Kashmir since 1947, when we became independent? The line of control divides India from Pakistani-controlled Kashmiri areas.

India controls Jammu and Kashmir. This is the whole of the eastern and southern regions. Jammu is great in summer and Srinagar during winter.

Pakistan controls Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, which make up the western and northern portions of the region.

China controls an area called AksaiChin in the northern region.


Kashmir is a paradise for anyone who wants to see the breathtaking beauty of Kashmir with its lush greenery, snow-capped mountains and stunning surroundings. If you are interested in “paradise on Earth”, you will also want to know how to get there.

You can book flights to Srinagar airport if you’re traveling by air. It is located approximately 15km from the city center. Train enthusiasts can catch a train to Jammu Tawi station, which is the closest station. There are also J&K State Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC), and private buses that run regularly to major cities in Kashmir and cities close to Srinagar.

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To reach Kashmir, which is approximately 15km away, take the Srinagar airport. Regular flights are operated by airlines like Air India and Go Air. You can rent a taxi from the airport to travel to various towns and cities in Kashmir.


Both state and private buses are well connected to Kashmir. Through the national highway 1-A, Srinagar can be connected to Jammu. The Jawahar tunnel from Jammu to Srinagar, which connects with Jammu via national highway 1-A, is also available.


Jammu Tawi railway Station, located 330km away from the valley of Kashmir, is where you can catch a train. You can catch the Delhi Jammu Tawi Rajdhani Express, Jammu Mail, and Jammu Tawi express trains from Delhi.

We’re now ready to travel to Kashmir. Let’s take a look at the amazing experiences you will have during your stay in Kashmir.


This boat ride is one you don’t want to miss. The boat circles the mountain range. This is a great way to relax, take in the sights and get some peace. Imagine yourself floating in a boat rowing gently on the horizon, as the sun sets. All you hear is the water waving and paddle rowing. These boat rides can be enjoyed at the Manasbal lake in Sonamarg or Dal Lake in Srinagar. You can visit from 6 am to 5pm, every day of the week. It’s very affordable, starting at INR 150 to INR 250.


One of the most unusual things you can do in Kashmir is to spend a night on a houseboat. These perches can be found at Dal lake. You can spend a night on the houseboat and relive the memories while enjoying the food. Houseboats now have WiFi and air transit.


Jammu and Kashmir boasts one of the most prestigious 18-hole golf courses in all of Kashmir. It sounds incredible to play golf in lush meadows. This is the most beautiful golf course you could wish for. Golf can be enjoyed from 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM. You can play from 8:30 am to 10:00 pm for INR 800, and for foreigners INR 1200.


Tourists and foodies should try local cuisine when visiting new places. Kashmiri Kahwa (tea) is a must-try. Lamb Mutton Rogan Josh can be one of the best dishes you will ever try.

This is it! These are just a few of the many things you can try while visiting Kashmir. Until next time.


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