Kashmir Tourism: Things To Know About
Posted by atthomas on December 31st, 2019
Kashmir, better known as the Paradise on Earth, is located on Pirpanjal, the Karakoram, and Himalayan mountain ranges. The Mughal Gardens and Dal Lake in Srinagar are the major highlights of the Kashmir tourism. Knowledge of attractive places, interesting things, and activities is an integral part of tourism. Here are four things that every traveler visiting Kashmir should know:
The Culture of Kashmir
Kashmir has a rich culture and the lifestyle of the Kashmiris is influenced by dance, food, literature, art and music. The place is blessed with clear water like crystals, Chinar groves, glacial mountains, pine trees, and forests. The region has been detached for a long time from the entire country. Now, various kinds of people have settled in Kashmir, making it a mixture of various cultures. The place has a glimpse of Himachal tourism as well.
The tourist places in Kashmir have unimaginable beauty. You can enjoy the Shikara rides when sailing through sparkling waters and glance at snowy mountains at Dal lake. The Leh visit is very adventures and exciting. Adventure loving travelers can also enjoy mountain biking, trekking, and other adrenaline rush activities. Gulmarg is the best destination to enjoy skiing. Places like Pahalgam, Sonmarg, and Doda make your journey more memorable.
In Kashmir tourism, the famous dishes are Modar Pulav, Rogan Josh, and Mastschgand, etc. There are hotels and restaurants where you can enjoy many popular dishes like thukpa, momos, Leh’s traditional dish, skyu, and butter teacup.
Kashmir offers major sightseeing and exhilarating experience to its visitors. Along with all this, tourists can also enjoy various festivals that can add to the memories. The mesmerizing festival celebrations include the Hemis festival, Eid-ul-Azha, Baisakhi during harvesting season, and Shikara’s annual festival.
Besides this, the art and craft of Kashmir make the memories more beautiful. The visitors can purchase souvenirs such as pashmina shawls, handicrafts, hand-woven, and saffron carpets, etc. If you enjoy exploring hilly areas, Himachal tourism can be another exciting option for you.
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