Come, Breathe in the fresh air , enjoy the beautiful Snowclad Mountains , the majestic Chinars , the temples and Shrines , the Shikara Rides which are available throughout the four Seasons with a different look and experience each time.
Shikara Ride on the Dal Lake
A relaxing Shikararide is one of the most enjoyable experiences for tourists visiting Srinagar. You can get Shikara from various locations around Dal Lake – make sure you carry a camera along because the sights on the water, shopping, lights all reflected onto the Dal make for some spectacular photo opportunities
The largest and perhaps the most popular Mughal Garden in Srinagar is the Shalimar Bagh, which is situated along Dal Lake. The gardens in Kashmir are a sight for every sense, often presented on a backdrop of towering mountains while nestled securely in nature’s lap. Mughal gardens are known to enhance the beatuty of nature with intricately designed water fixtures to complement the space
Cast in the glory of Kashmir, Sonmarg is one of its most beautiful jewels. Rivulets streaming down from mountains up high, sun-kissed peaks, horses grazing upon lush expanses of earth. There is no better place to be on the Srinagar-Leh journey.
Yet another heavenly place in Kashmir Valley. This beautiful village resort is located in the South of Kashmir at a distance of about 96 KM from summer capital Srinagar, at an altitude of 2130 metres. It is located at the confluence point of Lidder River and Sheeshnag Lake.
Pari Mahal, literally meaning The Fairies’ Abode is a beautiful seven terraced garden that overlooks the striking city of Srinagar from the top of the Zabarwan mountain range. Every visitor should make the trip to PariMahal as it affords a one-of-a-kind view that most other tourists in India are unable to cherish
The Shankaracharya temple is a beautiful Shiva temple situated on a picturesque location on the Gopadari Hill on the South East of Srinagar. The temple has been known to attract loyal followers and tourists alike. It is imposing in its presence and is also a historic icon that most in Srinagar have a reverence for.
Floating Vegetable Market
The Dal Lake is also famous for its ‘floating vegetable market’, the only one of its kind in India and only the second in the world. Buy everything from fruits, flowers and vegetables to traditional Kashmiri saffron and pashmina shawls whilst your Shikhara takes you through the intricate narrow paths of the market
Gulmarg Gondola in Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir, is the world’s second highest operating cable car since the closure in 2008. You can enjoy an ascent with panoramic views of the iconic surroundings and enjoy a relaxing ride down followed by more exploration and a delicious bite to eat when your journey is complete.
Visit to the Organic Farm
By popular demand, we regularly organize visits to our organic farm in the valley, where visitors can explore the great expanses of nature which cradle the farm and how the harvet is bountiful when grown in a land so idyllic.Visiting the farms is relaxing and the scenery is utterly beautiful, but what people come away with is a respect and admiration for organic farming
You can spend some beautiful moments on your visit to Nigeen Lake in Srinagar.It is sometimes considered a part of the Dal lake and is connected to it via a narrow strait. It is also connected to the KhushalSar and Gil Sar lakes via a channel. To its north and west lie the localities of Baghwanpora and Lal Bazar while to its north east lies the locality of Hazratbal, known for the famous shrine