Places to visit in India: Jammu and Kashmir

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The area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir is a paradise for itself, the region is full of snow-capped mountains, sparkling peaks and a wide variety of flowers. The state is divided into three regions that differ in their characteristics of territory and culture. Jammu’s pedestrian plain was the stronghold of Hindu sovereigns and abounds with famous temples and secluded forest recesses.

The lakes and the heavenly valleys of Kashmir ascending to the alpine passes with the capital, Srinagar, offer delightful holiday opportunities with their Kayaks (flat-bottomed boats typical of Kashmir) and their floating houses.

Ladakh is a bustling territory of deserted mountains, monasteries on top of the slopes and a picturesque lifestyle, the breathtaking beauty of the Kashmir capture. The swamp valley of activity as a dream destination that has so much to offer. Srinagar, is the favorite destination for tourists. The city has many attractions to attract tourists to this magical place. Dal Lake, Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashme Shahi are some of the most popular places in Srinagar. You can stay in the floating houses of the picturesque lake Dal. Traditionally most of these floating homes are definitely luxurious as they cater to the needs of rich foreign tourists and are equipped with every type of modern equipment. Around Srinagar: Pahalgam (95km away, offers incredible opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, fishing and much more), Gulmarg and the glaciers and the camps of Sonamarg (both beautiful hilly areas of Kashmir which really are a fundamental experience) are all Delicious places for themselves. After visiting Kashmir, you will agree that what started as a dream continues to exist as an unforgettable experience.

A truly unbeatable land for its majestic beauty, Ladakh is a vast, deserted, wind-blown desert, home to the Buddhist minority and rich in fascinating monasteries. Experimenting rafting among the rapids on the 26km stretch that goes from Fhey to Nimo along the imposing Indus River is an exciting experience. It is the highest point in the world where it is possible to practice rafting. The high altitude and mountains make it an ideal place for paragliding, mountaineering, trekking and even skiing. The capital is the city of Leh. The main attractions are Leh Palace, Thiksey Monastery, Stok Palace, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, Sankar Gompa, Shanti Stupa and Soma Gompa. The Ladakh fauna includes yak, Himalayan ibex, Tibetan antelope, snow leopard, yumm, red bear and gazelle. The Ladakh is all enclosed in the magic of landscapes that change every kilometer, in the sound of the air and in the rhythm of the waterways, in the beauty of vast bare expanses and in the snow desert that is perceived on the peaks and summits of the Reliefs and has the second highest transitable pass with world vehicles and an airport.

Jammu is the state’s winter capital and is called “The City of the Temples”. Most tourists traveling to the Jammu region have as their destination the sanctuary of Mata Vaishno Devi.