About Kashmir Territory and landscape:-

Snow-covered mountains and rows of enormous tamarisk trees alongside numerous gleaming lakes make an artistry scenario that is captivating for all nature enthusiasts, making Kashmir a must-visit on the bucket list of all travelers.  Due to its breathtaking scenario, Kashmir is often compared with Switzerland.

Kashmir is a land between India and Pakistan, bordered by the Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang to the northeast and the Tibet Autonomous Region to the east (both bordered by China), by the Himachal Pradesh and Punjab of India to the south, by Pakistan to the west, and by Afghanistan to the northwest. The southern and southeastern portions of the state of India are – Jammu, Kashmir, and Ladakh This land is predominantly covered with mountains, surrounded by lush greeneries, glacier rivers, warm-watered lakes, narrow high valleys, etc.

The People and Language of Kashmir:-

There are mostly Muslim, Hindus, and Buddhists in Kashmir. In Jammu, most people are Muslim in the west and Hindu in the east. The Hindus mostly speak Punjabi alongside Hindi and  Dogri. Near Ladakh, Tibetan peoples who are  Buddhists, mostly speak Balti and Ladakhi. The Valley of Kashmir near the Pakistan border speaks Pakistani meaning Urdu and occasionally Ladakhi.

 Animals Habitant In Kashmir :-

Kashmir is blessed with diverse animals, cultures, festivals, flora, and fauna. The common animals found in their habitats are – Hangul, Markhor, Tibetan Dog, Musk Deer, Chiru, Tibetan Gazelle, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Tahr, Bison, etc.

Kashmiri Festivals of Jammu & Kashmir:-

Kashmir has people of different religions living in harmony and peace, their common festivals are – Eid ul Fitr, Lohri, Baisakhi, Navratri, Tulip Festival, Hemi, Eid al-Adha, Gurez Valley, Shikara, etc.

Speaking of nature in Kashmir, there are varieties of flowers and plants, such as – Roses, Tulips, Saffron, Lilly, Hyacinths, Narcissus, Sadabahaar, Kashmir Iris, etc. Jammu is famous for harvesting Kashmiri flowers.

Best Places In Kashmir in this September :-

There are tons of things to do in Kashmir. From nature enthusiasts to adventure lovers – all tourists,  there are tons of things to do in Kashmir.

  • Srinagar – A Must visit land for sightseeing
  • Gulmarg – For all the ski enthusiasts
  • Sonamarg – The Land Of Gold
  • Leh – The famous location from 3 Idiots
  • Kupwara – A topnotch area of Kashmir
  • Kathua – A lowkey Gem of Kashmir
  • Kargil – A Witness Of Many Wars
  • Pulwama – Check out the Beauty of Spring & Apple Orchards
  • Pahalgam – Get Allured By Picturesque Views
  • Hemis – See the famous snow leopards
  • Jammu City – A City of Beauty
  • Kishtwar – A paradise for Animal enthusiasts
  • Doda – Check out Mini Kashmir
  • Poonch – Offbeat Area and locals
  • Anantnag – Land of Temples
  • Nishat Garden – For A Laid-Back Day in the sunny floral nature
  • Shalimar Garden – Photogenic landscapes
  • Chashmashahi – Check out The Mughal Gardens
  • Jama Masjid – Marvellous Architecture of Mughal Regime
  • Yusmarg – Enjoy the Tranquility of the nature
  • Vaishno Devi – For Pilgrims viewers and worshipers
  • Patnitop – For sightseeing the Picture -perfect landscape
  • Aru Valley – Perfect Place To Relax
  • Dachigam National Park – To Soak in the beauty of Flora and fauna
  • Khilanmarg – For all the Skiing enthusiast
  • Baltal – For Versatile Landscapes
  • Bhaderwah – For Stunning Vistas
  • Kishtwar National Park – For All the animal lovers to see Musk Deer & Himalayan Bear
Famous Places to Visit in Srinagar:-

Srinagar is a top-notch place to visit in Kashmir. Picture-perfect landscapes side with tropical weather, there are tons of best places to visit in Srinagar. Here is the list of places to see in Srinagar:

  • Dal Lake
  • Nishat Bagh
  • Mughal Gardens
  • Shikara Ride
The best places to Srinagar sightseeing are :
  • Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden
  • Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden
  • Shankaracharya Temple, Srinagar
  • Shah Kashmir Arts Emporium
  • Chashma Shahi Garden
  • Dargah Hazratbal Shrine
  • Zero Bridge
  • Doodhpathri
  • Nigeen Lake
 Places to Visit in Pahalgam

In Pahalgam, there are tons of places to visit. Top Pahelgram sightseeing places are:

  • Mamaleshwar Temple
  • Betaab Valley
  • Chandanwari
  • Shri Amarnath Cave Temple
  • Lidder Amusement Park
  • Tulian Lake
  • Sheshnag
  • Pahalgam Club Garden
  • Chandanwadi
  • Pahalgam valley
  • Vale of Kashmir
  • Deno Valley for hiking
  • Kolahoi Glacier

So, from hiking to sightseeing, there is tons of thing to do in Pahalgam.

Places to Visit In Sonmarg

Sonmarg is a land of versatile nature, filled with beautiful lakes and temples. There are a lot of things to do in Sonmarg

  • Vishansar Lake
  • Shri Amarnath Cave Temple
  • Zoji La
  • Krishansar Lake
  • Satsar Lake
  • Thajiwas Park
  • Sri Kheer Bhawani Durga Temple
Things to do in Gulmarg

Gulmarg is mostly winter-seasoned throughout the year. So, it’s filled with snowy lakes with occasional green lush lands and warm water lakes. So, there are a lot of places to visit in Gulmarg, such as:

  • Gulmarg Gondola for hiking and cable rides
  • Gulmarg Golf Course – Play golf like an elite
  • Khilanmarg
  • Strawberry Valley
  • Kashmir Gulmarg
  • Afarwat
  • Gulmarg Backcountry for ski lovers
  • Buta Pathri
  • Babareshi
Kashmir Best Weather to Visit

Kashmir has diverse weather ranging from snowy weather to blossomy spring. March to August is called the best time to Visit Kashmir. At that time, there is a weather in between Spring and Summer. November to February is the winter season when the package cost is low due to heavy snowfall, low temperatures from 15 degrees Celsius to below 0 degrees Celsius, and cold rainfall. During September. There is a monsoon, so there is rainfall which reduces the heat. In places like Jammu, the summer heat is reduced, and the humidity in Srinagar remains with chilly wind blows.

Traveling Insight during the Kashmir Tour

Kashmir has so much to offer for travelers across the globe. From Nature, sightseeing to hiking to adventurous skiing to golfing to kayaking in the glacier lake, Kashmir has no bound for entertainment for tourists. During traveling, there are some things one should keep in mind:

  • Keep enough warm clothes, some areas might be colder than other areas
  • If you are buying saffron, keep in mind that the product may not be authentic, so buy from a verified shop in locals
  • Keep some important medicine, as some areas are not well developed and you may not come across a pharmacy.

So, travel safely and enjoy the tranquility of the weather and the vibrance of the nature of Kashmir.

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