Kashmir Honeymoon Tour with Tulip Festival

6 Days


Welcome to a romantic journey like no other – the Kashmir Honeymoon Tour with the mesmerizing Tulip Festival. Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, Kashmir is a paradise on Earth, and this tour is your ticket to experiencing its beauty, serenity, and the magic of blooming tulips in the spring.


On arrival, you will be greeted at the airport by our representative, then you will be taken to the hotel, where you can unwind and gear yourself up for the journey.

You will visit the famous Hazratbal Shrine. Then, we will continue our drive to Sonmarg, which is fondly called the ‘Meadow of Gold’ located at an altitude of 9,000 ft. You can walk or take a pony ride (on direct payment) with your better half and visit the enchanting Thajiwas Glacier.
In the evening take a drive back to Srinagar for your overnight stay at the hotel.

Hazratbal Shrine: The Hazratbal Shrine, is a Muslim shrine in Hazratbal, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir. It contains a relic, the Moi-e-Muqaddas, believed by many Muslims of Kashmir to be a hair of the Islamic prophet, Prophet Muhammad. Considered to be Kashmir's holiest Muslim shrine, it is made of white marble. Thousands of locals throng the place annually to witness the Holy Relic of Prophet Muhammad.

After an early breakfast, you will be taken on a beautiful drive to Gulmarg or the ‘Meadow of Flowers’. Perched at a height of 9,000 ft., this lovely and gorgeous hill station in Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most appealing and ideal skiing destinations in the world; you can also find the highest 18-hole golf course in Gulmarg.

Enjoy the picturesque views of the Nanga Parbat on your way, as you arrive in Gulmarg, drench in the scenic view of the valley on a cable car known as Gondola. Afterwards, explore the surroundings and visit places like St. Mary’s Church, Maharani Temple, Maharaja Palace etc.

After early breakfast, get prepared for a scenic drive to your next destination – Pahalgam, which is the origin of the holy Amarnath Yatra. Pahalgam is one of the most appealing towns in the state and is also known as the ‘Valley of Shepherds.’ On the way to this magnificent town, you can visit the vibrant and aromatic Saffron fields along with a visit to the historic Awantipura Ruins.

On arrival, check in. Rest of the day is free for you to pursue independent activities or to go for a short trek to Baisaran Valley also known as Mini Switzerland which is located just 5 kms from Pahalgam and can be reached either by pony ride (on direct payment) or by walk.

You will begin with a sightseeing tour around Pahalgam to spots like Aru Valley, Betaab Valley and Chandanwari where you can find snow even in summer. Later in the afternoon, we will drive back to Srinagar and proceed for half day sightseeing of Srinagar covering the ancient Shankaracharya temple, Jama Masjid & Nishat Bagh.
To add more glow to this eventful day, you will experience the best of Kashmir with a 1 hour Shikara ride in the Dal Lake. Shikara rides in Dal Lake have been one of the most romantic experiences ever since Kashmir became a tourist destination. The Shikara boat will take you through the busiest Meena Bazar market lane. Meena Bazaar is a floating market within the backwaters of the famous Dal Lake and it is a major attraction among tourists. Dinner & overnight stay in Houseboat.

Aru, a sleepy village 10 km from Pahalgam, is the first step on the way to Kolahoi glacier. Aru offers picture perfect views and is a popular tourist spot.

Betaab valley - Betaab valley (7 kms from Pahalgam) is named after bollywood movie Betaab which was extensively shot here. The valley is characterised by picture perfect views and is a kind of popular picnic spot for tourists to arrive. 

Chandanwadi - Chandanwadi 16 km from Pahalgam is the starting point for the annual Amarnath Yatra.

Important Note: In Pahalgam outside vehicles are not allowed for sightseeing. Only local taxis can roam around within Pahalgam city. All outside vehicles will pick up & drop from the hotel.

Shankar Acharya Temple: The temple stands atop Takht-e-Suleman (1100 ft). The present temple was built during the reign of Jahangir on the original plinth of the temple. The temple, which is also known as Jyeshteshwara Temple, is accessible by a staircase of 243 steps and is visited by a large number of Hindu devotees during the Amarnath Yatra season.

On the last day of the tour, you will be dropped at the Srinagar Airport to board the return flight brimming with lasting memories.

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Kashmir Honeymoon Tour with Tulip Festival
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