There cannot be a more beautiful destination than Kashmir for honeymoon in India. Kashmir, popularly called as ‘Paradise in India’, is perfect honeymoon place in India to start your new life in the blissful company of each other, in anticipation of what the future holds for them and to plan for fulfillment of all the big and small dreams. Hold each other hands while strolling on the curved paths, give your shoulder to your spouse to lean on while relaxing on the hilltop and whisper sweet nothings into each others ears while enjoying a ride on the shikaras on the Dal Lake. These are the part of the things that you could do no Honeymoon in Kashmir.
Gulmarg Tourism: Gulmarg is surrounded by dense forests of tall conifers ,Gulmarg is known for unparalled beauty nad is rated as one of the matchless tourist spots of the world. It is famous for Golf hikes and boasts of a beautiful highland golf course.
Jammu Tourism: The City of Jammu is popularly known as the “City of Temeples”. Innumerable temples and shrines with glittering “Shikhars” soar into the sky, like caretakers of the city, creating the ambience of a truly holy city.
Kargil Tourism: Kargil district carved out of erstwhile district Ladakh came into existence in July 1979.It lies in the North-east Of Kashmir Valley at a distance of 205 Kms. from Srinagar with a geographical area of 14,036 Sq.Kms.
Leh Tourism: The palace is distinguished monument and a historical building. The nine-storeyed palace was built by the 17th century illustrious ruler of Ladakh, Sengge Namgyal. It is an imposing structure, though in ruins now, situated on a hill and commands a grand view of the Leh town.
Ladakh Tourism: Ladakh, a part of Jammu & Kashmir State in north of India consisting of two districts Leh and Kargil. Leh with an area of 45110 Sq Km makes it largest district in the country in terms of area.
Pahalgam Tourism: Pahalgam has a golf course at 2400 meters above the sea level. Camping equipment, ponies and skiing equipment is readily available. Kolahoi is a popular destinantion via Aru a charming meadow. Pahalgam is base camp for the pilgrims of Amarnath.
Patnitop Tourism: Patnitop is enveloped by thickly wooded forests,Patnitop offers beautiful picnic spots, peaceful walks and breathtaking views of the mountainscape of the Chenab basin. In winter, the resort is generally covered with athick mantle of snow thus providing opportunities for various snow games includingskiing.
Sonamarg Tourism: Sonamarg is a place of enthralling beauty. Three lakes viz Kishensar,Vishensar and Gangabal can be viewed from Nichnai Pass. 20 Kms east of Sonamarg is Zoji-La Pass at 3540 mtrs which leads into Ladakh Plateau.
Srinagar Tourism: Srinagar district is situated in the centre of Kashmir Valley, is surrounded by five districts.In the north it is flanked by Kargil,in the South by Pulwama,in the north-west by Budgam.
Vaishno Devi Tourism: Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine is one of the most popular Shrines of India. The Goddess Vaishno Devi’s abode is in 100 feet long cave with a narrow opening. The holy cold and crystal clear water washes the lotus feet of the Mata’s “Pindian”.
Zangla Tourism: Zangla the old castle now in ruins except from a small chappel, occupies a hill, overlooking the desertic valley below. Nearby is the old Nunnery worth a visit for the austere life style of the small monastic community of nuns.
Zanskar Tourism: Zanskar road winds down the steep slopes of the watershed to the head of the Stod Valley, one of Zanskar’s main tributary valleys, the majestic “Drang-Drung” glacier looms into full view.