Place to visit in Jammu & Kashmir

Yes Kashmir is khaas in every possible way. I don’t have any single doubt in its against the quote saying, “Is dharti par agar kahi swarg hai, to Kashmir me hai.” I had the same perspective when I got a chance to visit there at the new year of 2019. Its been years since Kashmir was on my bucket list.


It is popularly known as the Summer Capital of Jammu & Kashmir. It is situated in the Kashmir Valley among the Dal and Anchar lakes and the Jhelum River, an Indus tributary. The natural surroundings, gardens, waterfronts, and houseboats of the city are well-known.

Dal Lake

Dal Lake is situated in middle of Srinagar City. And one of the most common attraction among travelers.  I haven’t seen such beautiful boat and it was looking more mesmerizing when the rays of sun kissing the quite water. Dal lake was completely frozen like a glass.

Meena Bazaar, Dal Lake

Meena Bazaar is situated in the middle of Dal Lake where you can find anything. It consists of handcrafted element for the attraction of tourists. When we reached in Meena bazaar, obviously we are not going to hold our excitement of buying stuff from there, a place where we are visiting for the first time.


 Trekking in mountains covered with white sheets will be a memorable moment for us. The sun was on peak, and the Pine forest was a bit dark that the rays of sun were asking permission to fall on ground. We can see glittery snow on the peaks of mountains in opposite view.

Baisaran Valley

Baisaran valley is popularly known as Mini Switzerland among tourists. By remaining fair by its nick name, that place actually completes the wish of going Switzerland. Entirely beautiful place, covered by snowcap mountains around it, gives a satisfying view after a trek.


Gulmarg, also known as Gulmarag in Kashmiri, is a town, a hill station, a well-liked ski resort, and a recognised area committee in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla region. The village is located within the Gulmarg Wildlife Sanctuary’s limits in the Western Himalayas’ Pir Panjal Range.