| Kashmir Holiday Package
Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days
Destination : Srinagar – Sonamarg – Gulmarg Srinagar.
On arrival at Srinagar, you will be met by our representative and transfer you to Houseboat. Afternoon free for personal activities. In the evening Shikara ride on Dal Lake to enjoy the sunset. Overnight stay at Houseboats.
Morning after breakfast tour of world famous Mughal Gardens visiting the Nishat Bagh (The garden of pleasure) and Shalimar Bagh (Abode of love). Return to houseboat for hot lunch. In the afternoon Shikara ride on The Dal Lake to enjoy the beauty that God has graced this city with which is often compared to Venice. You will get a view of some very interesting places around the Lake. Overnight stay at Houseboats.
Day 03 : Srinagar – Sonamarg (Approx. 84 Kms./ 03 Hrs.)
After breakfast we drive to Sonamarg which is the most beautiful drive from Srinagar. On the way we stop at many beautiful spots. Continue drive to Sonamarg 2690 Mtrs (Meadow of Gold). Lunch at Hotel Optional One can ride on horse to visit to Thajiwas Glacier where snow remains round the year and Sonamarg is known as Gateway of Ladakh. In the evening return to Hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel.
Morning after breakfast drive to Gulmarg which is one of the most beautiful summer resort in the valley. It is also popular for its golf course (in summer), the highest in the world and skiing during the winter season. Enjoy the splendor of nature and the snowy mountains. One can have Gondola ride (cable car) from Gulmarg to Khalinmarg . Overnight stay at the Hotel.
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