Welcome to the Glorious Kashmir Summer tour! Pure beauty awaits you as you venture through Srinagar, the largest city of Jammuand Kashmir. It lies in the heart of the Kashmir valley, at an altitude of 1585 m (5200feet) above sea level, on the banks of Jhelum River, the Dal and Nagin lakes.
Upon arrival into Srinagar Airport, you will meet our warm and friendly representative followed by a transfer to the Houseboat for check in. A pleasurable Shikara Boat Ride on the famous Dal Lake awaits you in the evening.
Meals: 1 Dinner
Accomodation: Overnight stay at the Houseboat.
After breakfast, meet your travel director before embarking on a picturesque 3 hour
journey to Pahalgam, also known as the “Valley of Shepherds”. It is situated at an
altitude of 2,130 m, at the confluence of the streams that flow from Sheshnag Lake and
the Lidder River. Currently, Pahalgam is Kashmir’s premier resort, cool even during the
height of summer, reaching a maximum temperature of 25C.
After breakfast, embark on a full day excursion to Chandanwari. A stunning piece of
earth, situated approximately 15 km from Pahalgam, Chandanwari is located on the
banks of the beautiful Lidder River, amidst the scenic meadows, lakes and snow
capped mountains. It lies about 2740m above sea level, leaving its on lookers
mersmerized by its sheer beauty. To top it off, the magnificent Kolohoi glacier nearby
adds many folds to its beauty; you have to see it for yourself to witness its true raw
After breakfast, enjoy yet another scenic drive to Gulmarg, also known in summer,as the ‘Meadow of Flowers’. This idyllic flower-laden haven offers a spectacular view of the towering snow capped peaks covered with tall conifers, gigantic firs and pine trees. Walk through the endless stretches of meadows, with sheep and goats grazing on the lush green grass. On arrival into Gulmarg, proceed to the hotel for check in. Your visit to Kashmir is not complete without the unforgettable ride in the Gondola
Cable Car. Enjoy the relaxing ride up to the meadows of Kongdori and beyond to the top of the Apharwat range (14000ft), for viewing of the mesmerizing Himalaya. Peaks in summer and for downhill skiing in winter.