Jammu and Kashmir is an Indian state which is mostly located in Himalayan Mountains and shares a border with Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. It also shares international border with the People’s Republic of China in the north and east while Line of Control separates it from Pakistan in the west and northwest respectively.
Jammu and Kashmir consists of three regions: Jammu, the Kashmir valley and Ladakh. Srinagar is the summer capital, and Jammu is the winter capital.
Kashmir valley is famous for its beautiful mountainous landscape.
There are numerous shrines attract tens of thousands of Hindu pilgrims every year. Ladakh, also known as “Little Tibet”, is renowned for its remote mountain beauty and Buddhist culture.
Cities you must visit in Jammu and Kashmir are:
Tourists places of interest in Jammu and Kashmir:
|Bahu Fort||Mubarak Mandi Palace||Sonmarg|
|Chadar Trek||Peer Baba|
Tourist places in Kashmir Valley:
|Amarnath temple||Hari Parbat||Shankaracharya Temple|
|Aru||Kheer Bhawani Temple||Sonmarg|
|Badamwari Garden||Manasbal Lake||Srinagar|
|Betaab Valley||Nishant Gardens||Vernag Spring|
|Chashme Shahi||Pahalgam||Mughal Garden|
|Dal lake||Pari Mahal||Yusmarg|
Eco-tourism places : Gurez, Dudhpathri, Bangus valley
Tourist places in Jammu:
|Bhimgarh Fort||Poonch||Shahdra Sharif shrine|
|Mansar Lake||Punj old fort||Vaishno Devi|
|Mantalai and Shivkhori||Ramnagar Fort|
A temple for a snake god, Sheshnag, is located on the banks of lake. There is a wildlife sanctuary nearby Mansar Lake and it is an ideal spot for boating, amidst the lusting greeneries of Jammu. A temple of Durga and two other ancient temples Narasimha and Parvathi Shiva also are located in the close proximity of the Mansar Lake.
Tourist places in Ladakh:
|Gurdwara Pathar Sahib||Leh||Pangong Lake|
|Lake Moriri||Nubra Valley||Zanskar|