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Places to Visit in Pahalgam

Pahalgam famously known as valley of shepherds. Pahalgam is famous for its theatrical rage and is the jewel of the graphic Liddar vale located in the lofty Himalayas. It provides an ideal setting for activities copy march, journey, and halieutics. It is also the starting instant of the yearly journey to the holy cave of Amarnath.

Best Places To Visit in Pahalgam

Location Pahalgam lies  in the western part of the of Jammu and Kashmir, in the northwardly place of India. It is located at an height of 2130 m above sea level among the great Himalayan roam. It is station beside the Liddar River, in the Liddar vale. Pahalgam is 95 km eastward of Srinagar. The weather in Pahalgam is lofty during  Summers (April-June) are gentle while hibernal (November-February) are cold. It experiences lavish between July and September. It know heavy flurry from December to February. Best Time To Visit The flower season to visit Pahalgam is during the summers, between mid-April and middle-November. It can also be visited in July-August during the yearly excursion to the guiltless cave of Amarnath.  The origin of Pahalgam is obscure. Mughal rulers regulation this neighborhood in the medieval period. It was latter a part of the Kingdom of Kashmir, which was ruled by sectional Hindu rulers. This royal nation balance independent even during the British period and puisne on integrated into India. Tourists Attractions The unregenerate beauty of Pahalgam and the verdant Liddar valley attracts the traveler towards it. The shining aquatic of River Liddar, which melt nearly Pahalgam, has a amount of picnic spots around it. Pahalgam is a part of Asia’s only saffron ontogenesis area. One can see the spice settle in full bloom in the month of November. There are a many of sit out and trekking pursue around Pahalgam. Pahalgam provides a panoramic view of the energetic Himalayan range with its lush verdant droop forests and snow-capped peaks.

Adventure – The Liddar River is best among travelers interested in angling. Stretches of this affluent are consistent for trout piscatorial. Travelers interested in halieutic have to succeed a fishery leave from the Directorate of Fisheries in Srinagar. Pahalgam is the starting point of a contain of trekking and sit out tail to the surrounding mountains. Trekking around Pahalgam is stimulating, as it takes the traveler through impregnant torment sylvan, apparent mountain drift, and meadows of wildflowers. Fairs & Festivals Pahalgam is the starting point of the yearly Amarnath yatra (holy journey) to the godly cave shrine of Amarnath, which is prêt quoth to be the foreshow of Lord Shiva. Every year in the moon of July/August, thousands of pilgrims proceed to  Pahalgam on their way to the holy cavern.The proximate airport is at Srinagar, which is 95 km from Pahalgam. It is well connected by road with Srinagar. The travail time between the two is 2½ hours. Tourists can use ponies and clamp to explore Pahalgam and the areas around it.

Restaurants and Local Food in Pahalgam , Kashmir is known for its cuisine from its neighbours in the state. Trekking around Pahalgam is exhilarating, as it takes the traveler through virgin woe wildwood, clear mountain rush, and meadows of wildflowers. The   rivers in Pahalgam are the perfect place for people who enjoy trout fishery. The locals also offer  sledging on the unyielding glaciers. Not many savey that Pahalgam also is the place where the transcendent motion picture Betaab, starring Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh was shot. It is also the starting peculiarity of the yearly journey to the guiltless cave of Amarnath. By a two minute drive from Pahalgam, you will comprehend Chandanwari,   It is situated at an heigh of 2130 m above sea level .

Some of the important places to visit Near  Pahalgam.

Betaab Valley:

Betaab Valley is situated at a distance of 15 kilometres from Pahalgam in Anantnag District in India’s northernmost state of Jammu & Kashmir. The Valley got its name from the Sunny Deol –Amrita Singh which was his debut film “ Betaab “.  This valley lies towards northeast of Pahalgam and lies between Pahalgam and Chandanwari  and is en route for Amarnath Yatra Temple.  It is surrounded by lush green meadows, snow clad mountains and covered with dense vegetation. Betaab Valley is a very popular tourist destination in Pahalgam & it is also favourite campsite of travelers  as it also serves as a base camp for trekking and further exploration of the mountains. Betaab Valley is famous for the recently shooted Bollywood movies like Betaab, Rockstar, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and many more. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Chandanwari.


Chandanwari, located 16 kilometres from Pahalgam is the starting point of the Yatra that takes place every year in the month of July-August. Chandanwari is known for snow sledging on a snow bridge. The trip takes about four-five hours on a semi-road that has the Lidder river meandering on the one side, and lofty, snow-capped mountains on the other. Some people prefer to do a day hike to Chandanwari. At Chandanwari, you can get an opportunity to do sledge riding and get upto some heights, upto the fifth point which is also a route that Yatris take to reach the Amarnath Cave. “Snow remains upto 8 months at this tourist spot because this spot is on high altitude en route Sheshnag Lake which is the origin of River Lidder Valley in Pahalgam. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Aru Valley.

Aru Valley:

A small village, 11 kilometres upstream the Lidder River, is a beautiful locality. The route is picturesque with ample campsites. This village is the starting point for treks to the Kolahoi Glacier. This charming meadow can be reached by walking along a mountain path. The river Lidder disappears at Gur Khumb and reappears after 27 mts. The village is a basecamp for trekkers to the Kolahoi Glacier, the Tansar Marsar Lakes and the Katrinag Valley. It is also a base for the treks to Lidderwat, the Vishansar –Kishansar lakes and Kangan. The Kolahoi is the largest glacier in the Kashmir Valley and is located near Mt. Kolahoi (5425m), the highest peak in the valley. A number of Hotels, Restaurants and Huts are available for boarding and loding. There are about 20 alpine lakes, peaks and meadows around the Aru Valley. In the Winters, when Aru receives heavy snowfall, skiing and heliskiing are practiced. Other popular tourist activities include Fishing of Trouts in the Lidder river, trekking, hiking, horse riding, sightseeing and photography.

Pahalgam River Rafting:

River Rafting in Pahalgam can be a part of your any tour program with us or you can do it as a separate option even if you are travelling on your own. The stretch for 2.5kms white water rafting Pahalgam ( Lidder Joy Ride ), 05Kms white water rafting Pahalgam (  Liidder Long Ride ) and 08Kms white water rafting Pahalgam ( Extra Long Ride) with grade II to III and IV rapids on Lidder River which flows from Pahalgam is located at Varganpal bridge. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Baisran Valley.

Baisaran Valley:

Often dubbed as Mini Switzerland because of its long dark meadows resembling the once in Switzerland. Baisaran is and eye-catching meadow, located just 05kms away from Pahalgam. Baisaran offers Panoramic views over the town as well as the Lidder Valley. This sightseeing is accessible by Horse Riding Only. You can enjoy long Horse Riding at this beautiful spot. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Kashmir Valley.

Kashmir Valley:

Kashmir Valley is a valley located between the Karakoram and the Pir Panjal range in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is around 135km and 32km wide, formed by the Jhelum River. Kashmir Valley is also one of the name of the three administrative divisions or regions of the Jammu and Kashmir State. Kashmir Valley is accessible by Pony Only. This site seen is on the way to Baisaran valley. At Kashmir Valley you can see the full view of the whole Kashmir at a glance. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Tulian Lake.

 Tulian Lake:

Most captivating lake at an altitude of 4000m, surrounded by the snow-capped mountains. It is a full day long trek from Pahalgam. Assistance of a local guide is highly recommended for conducting trekking to this high altitude lake. Another place to visit in Pahalgam is Pahlagm Golf Course.

Pahalgam Golf Course:

The breathtaking beauty of the course is enhanced by the snow-capped hills that tend to lull you into a state of exhilaration and get your adrenalin pumping. The course is long, has changes in elevation that make for a dramatic game, has water in play on 6 holes, has bunkers of all sizes and shapes and has its fair share of hazards and OB areas making it a course that will test your skills and strategy and patients.

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