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Srinagar Discovery Tour 2N/3D




It is the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir the northernmost state of India. From its placid Dal Lake to green valleys and mighty mountains around, slumbering houseboats to extravagant Mughal Gardens and a wealth of hand-made handicrafts Srinagar is full of places to see and experience to rejoice. It could be a sudden plan for an extended weekend or pre-planned short haul holiday, Srinagar Discovery is an ideal plan for a quick escape to the hills. This three days/ two nights tour itinerary is designed carefully availing a quick and yet quiet detailed tour of Srinagar.


Tour Highlights:

  • Enjoy tour of Mughal gardens- Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh and Chashme Shahi
  • You can have optional Shikara ride on Dal Lake (at an extra cost)
  • Visit renowned Shankaracharya Temple in Srinagar


Day-By-Day Itinerary


Day 1: Arrival in Srinagar As you arrive at Kashmir the heavenly beauty of the state will surely cast its spell leaving you breathless for a moment. Rest of the day will be free for relaxation. The elegance in the countenance and behavior of its people is surely inspired by the charm of its quaint environs. Srinagar with its placid lakes, enchanting environs, slumbering houseboats, fascinating Mughal gardens and gorgeous flower-beds appears no less than heavenly.

Day 2: Srinagar Post breakfast on this day set on sightseeing tour of the Mughal Gardens. Lined with mighty chinar trees, overlooking the scintillating waters of Dal Lake and marked by ornamental fountains, Nishat Bagh sings the saga of impressive Mughal architecture. Built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD the name of the garden means “Garden of Delight” and even today the sheer sight of the park has the ability of filling the onlooker’s heart with pleasure. Other beauteous Mughal Gardens to be visited in the region are Shalimar Bagh and Chashme Shahi.

The graceful garden adorning another side of Dal Lake is a gorgeous panorama embellished with artificial streams, terraced landscape, Mughal pavilions full of emerald hues. In the vicinity also visit the hillside temple of Shankaracharya. Built in the 11th Century, the Shiva temple is built of rock stone and overlooks the Dal Lake. Dating back to 200 B.C.E. the temple was demolished and the one which now exists is its reformed version built in 9th century C.E. At a little extra cost you can also enjoy a romantic Shikara ride on immensely beautiful Dal Lake.

Day 3: Srinagar- Departure You will thus bid goodbye to the land of eternal beauty, heavenly charm and pious most rightly called "the heaven on earth".

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