Yes, you can contact us for further customization of the trip.
In Pahalgam the Pony ride is 2-3hr and costs somewhere around 1400-1700
Travelling to some parts of Ladakh that lie close to the borders of China and Tibet do require a permit.
The distance between Kashmir and Delhi is approximately 842 kilometres. You can take a flight from New Delhi to Srinagar that will take around 1 hour and 25 minutes. While travelling via train will take you 7 hours and 25 minutes.
Ideally, at least a week would be needed to explore Kashmir and its hidden gems.
The internet ban has been lifted in Kashmir, but with certain terms and conditions. Internet services have resumed on postpaid mobiles across 12 districts of Jammu and Kashmir. The ban on social media sites however remains intact.
The best time to visit Kashmir is in the summer season, between the months of April and June.
There are a plethora of must-visit places in Kashmir, like:
Srinagar - Slice of heaven on Earth.
Sonamarg - Gold Land
Gulmarg – Ski Your Way
Kupwara — Kashmir's Pleasure
Kathua — A Little-Known Treasure
Kargil is a war-torn region that has seen many battles.
Do not miss out on these places when you are on your Kashmir tour.
In between the months of December to February.
The Sheikh Ul-Alam International Airport in Srinagar is approximately 6 hours and 33 minutes away from Jammu.
Luxurious Hotels are available throughout the world, but houseboat accommodation in the beautiful Vale offers a unique and unforgettable experience so it is better to stay in a Houseboat in Kashmir.
Kashmir Wazwan is typical Kashmiri food and can be ordered during the trip.
All Soft drinks are available But for Hard Drinks You Bring with You.
There is only 1 wine shop which is in Srinagar near Dal lake ghat no.8.
Yes we have lots of ATM's in Kashmir.
The heating system varies from hotel to hotel. Some provide you with electric blankets, some with heaters, and some hotels provide you with both.
During summers (MAY/JUNE/JULY), light woolens are required for Gulmarg, Pahalgam & Sonamarg and occasionally in Srinagar.
Spring & autumn (MARCH/APRIL/AUGUST/SEPTUMBER/OCTUMBER) are cold and woolens are necessary.
During winter (NOVEMBER/DECEMBER/JANUARY/FEBUARY), temperatures sometimes reach minus 10 C in Srinagar city and heavy woolens are required.