Envisioning the Kashmir Journey Tour

6 Days

Envisioning the Kashmir Journey Tour

Embarking on the Dream of Kashmir Tour is akin to stepping into a realm of wonder and enchantment. This carefully curated expedition leads you through the picturesque landscapes of the Kashmir Valley, where every scene appears to be painted by an artist’s brush. From the blossoming hues of spring to the lush greenery of summer, the vibrant colors of autumn, and the pristine white snowscapes of winter, each season unveils a unique facet of Kashmir’s beauty. It’s a journey that promises an immersive experience, allowing you to witness the valley’s allure through the lens of a dream


  • Sightseeing
  • Shikara Rides
  • Market Strolls
  • Bike Rental
  • Car Rental
  • Skiing
  • Gondola Ride
  • Horse Riding
  • Paragliding


Day 1 :

We will greet you upon your arrival and arrange for your transfer to a Houseboat. In the afternoon, you'll embark on a sightseeing adventure to the Mughal Gardens, starting with Nishat Bagh, known as the 'Abode of Pleasure,' a creation of Asif Khan, Jehangir's brother-in-law, in 1632 AD. Next, you'll visit Shalimar Bagh, named the 'Abode of Love,' built by Jehangir for his beloved wife, Empress Noor Jehan. These magnificent gardens grace the shores of Dal Lake, framed by the majestic Zabarwan Mountains. The journey from Srinagar to these gardens covers approximately 12 to 15 kilometers. On the way, we'll also visit a carpet-weaving factory. The afternoon allows for free time, offering opportunities for shopping and more. Dinner and an overnight stay await you at the Houseboat or Hotel.

Embark on a complete day's journey to Sonamarg, often referred to as the 'Golden Meadow,' using a Tata Sumo. The distance of approximately 83 kilometers will be traversed in about 2 and a half hours. Sonamarg is nestled in the Sindh Valley, adorned with a profusion of flowers and encircled by towering mountains. It serves as a starting point for captivating treks to the elevated Himalayan Lakes. Revel in horseback riding up to Thajwas glacier and enjoy the thrill of sledge riding on the snow. As late afternoon approaches, we'll begin our return drive to Srinagar, where dinner and an overnight stay at the Deluxe Houseboats await you.

Embark on a full-day excursion to Gulmarg, known as the 'Meadow of Flowers,' situated at an altitude of 2730 meters above sea level. Covering a distance of 60 kilometers, the journey will take approximately 2 hours. Gulmarg is renowned for hosting one of the world's finest ski slopes and the world's highest golf course featuring 18 holes. If weather permits, you can catch a glimpse of the majestic Nanga Parbat Mountain. The scenic route from Tangmarg to Gulmarg offers a captivating view. Additionally, a short trek to Khilangmarg, lasting about 3 hours, is an option. Delight in sledge riding on the snow and make use of the chair lifts for a mountain ride. Conclude the day with dinner and an overnight stay at the Deluxe Houseboats.

After your morning meal, set out for Pahalgam, often referred to as the 'Valley of Shepherds.' The journey spans approximately 96 kilometers and will take around 3 hours to complete. Along the way, you'll have the chance to visit saffron fields and explore the historic Awantipura ruins, a 1100-year-old temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, built by King Awantiwareman. As you traverse, you'll be treated to picturesque views of the countryside, passing by numerous rice fields. Driving through the enchanting pine forest, you'll eventually arrive in Pahalgam, where you'll check in to your designated hotel. In the afternoon, enjoy leisurely horseback rides and capture the breathtaking mountain vistas with your camera. Optionally, you can explore the Kashmir Valley, Baisaran, and Dabyan on a pony, or visit Chandanwari or Aru using a hired local vehicle. Conclude the day with dinner and a restful overnight stay at the hotel.

Following breakfast, journey to Srinagar and check in at Deluxe Houseboats. In the late afternoon, enjoy a Shikara ride on Dal Lake, exploring the floating gardens and vegetable gardens. Additionally, witness demonstrations of walnut woodcarving and papier-mâché making. Conclude the day with dinner and an overnight stay at the Deluxe Houseboats.

Day 6 :

Following an early morning meal, proceed to the airport for your flight.

Including/ Excluding

Cost Including

  • Dining choices (Vegetarian Meals Available)
  • All Tours and Outings
  • Accommodation for the Entire Duration
  • Arrival and Departure Airport Transportation
  • Transparent Pricing with No Concealed Fees"

Cost Excluding

  • Additional Services
  • Private Transport
  • Insurance


What is Kashmir famous for?

Besides the stunning lakes, valleys, and snow-capped peaks, Kashmir is renowned for its hill stations like Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonmarg, and more. But that’s not all! It’s also celebrated for its houseboats, monasteries, temples, local fairs, and vibrant festivals

What should I pack for the Kashmir journey?

  • Daypack: Ensure you have a daypack handy, especially for local sightseeing.
  • Sandals or Floaters: Pack a pair for comfortable movement during your trip.
  • Warm Jacket: Include a down jacket or a main jacket to layer up effectively against the cold.
  • Thermal Wear: Bring thermal garments to stay warm in lower temperatures.
  • Hiking Shoes and Socks: Opt for comfortable outdoor shoes and sufficient socks, ideal for mountain terrain.
  • 3 Quick-Dry Tees and a Towel: Pack three quick-dry t-shirts and a towel for convenience during your journey.
  • Important Documents: Carry necessary identification documents such as Aadhar Card and Driver’s License.
  • Camera: Don’t forget your camera to capture memorable moments throughout your trip.

When can we see tulip gardens in Kashmir?

You have the opportunity to witness the vibrant Tulip Festival in Kashmir during the beginning of spring. Consider planning your visit in April to explore the stunning tulip gardens of Kashmir.