Step beyond the map and into the soul of Kashmir,
as we guide you on a journey of discovery and wonder.
Popular for its lush meadows, the valley is one of the most beautiful places to explore in Kashmir. Adventure lovers can indulge in trekking, zorbing, ziplining, powered paragliding and river-crossing.
Betaab valley, is a charming valley and one of the best places to visit in Pahalgam. The valley got its name from the Sunny Deol-Amrita Singh hit debut film Betaab (1983).
Colourful and beautiful 15th century shrine constructed in the honour of Shiekh Zain-ud-din, a sufi saint and one among chief disciples of Nund Rishi.
8th-century temple built by King Lalitaditya on top of a plateau in Mattan from where one can view the whole of the Kashmir Valley.
Chandanwari holds significance both because it is the starting point for the holy Amarnath trek and also due to its gorgeous snow-covered vistas.
The Sheshnag lake is an enchanting glacial lake and one of the most-recommended places to visit near Pahalgam. Amarnath pilgrims stop here for the first night of their trek.
Tulain lake lies between the two Himalayan mountain ranges of Pir Panjal and Zanska and can be accessed after crossing through multiple hills till you reach an altitude of more than 12,500 feet.
Lidderwat is a lush green valley and it serves as the starting point of the trek to the Sindh Valley.
The sprawling garden of almond trees located at the foothills of Koh-e-Maran exists since the 14th century.
A very small island in Dal Lake, built by Murad Baksh, a Mughal prince.
A short drive from LEADS Inn await the lap of one of the world’s most gorgeous meadows and snow-capped mountains.
A vantage point from which you can have a panoramic view of Srinagar.
The city of stones was founded by the Kashmiri king Lalitaditya Muktapida in the 8th century.
A historic religious site known for its impressive courtyard, intricate calligraphy and artwork.
A least explored meadow which is home to the Gujjar and Bakarwal community.
Home to migratory birds flying in from Siberia, China, Central Asia, and Northern Europe.