Autumn Special - 9 Days

Kashmir has been blessed by Mother Nature with wonderful scenic beauty and rich natural resources like water, pollution free environ and over all a salubrious climate.

Kashmir has four seasons and unlike rest of India there is no heavy moon soon.

Now that the summer is just to slip the magic of Autumn is all to set to be here.Chinars (The magnificiant trees like maple in Canada) are the real wonder watch in this season,The chinar leaves change the color from green to golden brown in fact a buring/fire color…and it looks fire on these wonderfull magniciant trees in the autumn season.Every falling leaf is a spactacular watch and the WALK on these fallen leaves in just wonderful again.It is indeed ROMANTIC,the ROMANCE at its best……….you can have a walk of your life if you enjoy walking ALONE…..and you can have the BEST walk of your life if you walk with your COMPANION.The sound when you walk on these fallen leaves, and the scene of falling leaves,the Chinars trees GRACEFULLY getting naked to embrace winter,to hug and kiss the snow that gives NEW life to these magic trees to give birth to new leaves and than a wonderfull fall again…….no doubt one has got to be lucky to watch this WONDERFUL FALL..and the wonder tree of life……THE CHINAR..and The Autumn in KASHMIR.


The most awaited season in Jammu and Kashmir sets in the month of September. It is autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Everything turns to gold. The sight of the landscape has a magnetic appeal then. The red-carpeted gardens are a treat to the eyes. Temperatures rise to a maximum of 23 degrees in the morning but the nights are relatively colder. The weather is very conducive for the tourists to take delight in the sights, sounds and smell of this idyllic land. The vibrant valleys, the rustle of the fallen leaves, the fragrance of flowers are there to enchant you. The onset of autumn, perhaps Kashmir’s loveliest season, is towards September when green turns to gold and then to russet and red. The highest day temperatures in September are around 23oC and night temperatures dip to 10oC by October and further drop by November, when heavy woollens are essential.


Day 1

On arrival at Srinagar, our representative will greet you at the airport and brief you about the Kashmir Valley, often referred as Heaven on Earth. From the airport, you will be transferred to a Deluxe Houseboat. Imagine yourself cruising the idyllic calm waterways of the Gold Coast’s magnificent Broad water. Enjoy the superb serenity of relaxing aboard your own floating holiday home while taking in unique sights all just minutes away from the razzle dazzle of the Coast’s renowned Surfers Paradise. The afternoon will be enjoyed on the placid waters of the Dal Lake in the Shikara where you will enjoy fusion of God’s nature – Zabarwan Hills – reflected in the beautiful waters of the 25 square kilometer lake. The evening will end with a stay in the houseboat where you will get the taste of the best of the Kashmiri traditions where the small waves hitting the houseboat will act as a lullaby. Dinner and overnight stay at Houseboat.

Day 2
Local Sightseeing

The day will begin with a tour to world famous Mughal Gardens–Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Cheshmashahi. The best thing about these gardens is the scenic beauty, which cannot be described in words.–Seeing is believing –the sunset from the gardens is a picture, which will get embedded in your heart forever. About Cheshmashahi, it is being said that the water coming out of the spring quenches your thirst, takes out your worries. Visit ancient SHIVE TAMPLE, Shankaryachara for the blessings, situated on the top of the hill, in the Srinagar city, where from you can have birds view of Srinagar. Dinner and overnight stay at Houseboat.

Day 3
Srinagar to Pahalgam

Pahalgam located in the South of Kashmir, which will pass through the famous Saffron fields, Sulphur springs, Mattan Temple at Anantnag and peep at the historical Ruins of Awantipura (where according to Hindu mythology, Pandavas had spent their time after losing their kingdom). As you will approach the Pahalgam, music of water gushing from the Lidder stream will fill your ears. It is an occasion when one’s soul is filled with peace. You may not help yourself in falling in love with the nature. It is Kashmir’s most popular resort and it is also base camp for Annual Amarnath Yatra. Some of the places will look familiar to you, as they have been captured in various famous films like SILSILA, BETAB, KARMA, etc.

Day 4

PLACES OF INTREST AT PAHALGAM (not included in itinerary)
Once in the Pahalgam one can trek the mountain lakes, pony ride or drive to, plain meadows as suggested here under
ARU: This village resort is connected by 11 km motor able road from Pahalgam
BETAB VALLEY: Famous for film shootings is a plain scenic spot amidst pine trees 3 kms on Chandanwari ,Base Camp for Annual AMARNATH Yatra, road.
BAISARAN: This popular picnic spot 4 kms from Pahalgam has meadows, pine trees with streams flowing through it.
SHIKARGAH: A wild life reserve at a close distance.
MAMAL TEMPLE: An 11th. Century temple on the right bank of Lidder has a Shivlinga with a spring rising from there.
FRISLAN: Famous spot for trout fishing at a distance of 7 km.
¬KOLAHAI GLACIERS: At an altitude of 3400 m and 36 km trek from Pahalgam via Liderwat en route to the 5300m Kolahai peak (one of the highest peaks in Kashmir)
TARSAR & MARSAR LAKES: These twin lakes situated at 3788 and 3794 mt respectively can be covered by 3 days trek via liderwat
TULIAN LAKE: At an altitude of3353 meters is a full day trek via Baisaran. The steep terrains lead to a magically crystal clear lake where one would love to stay for a longer time.
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Pahalgam.

Day 5
Pahalgam to Gulmarg

Gulmarg is called the Switzerland of Asia. This picturesque tourist spot is agog with activities round the year. While the lush green meadows in summer will be a treat to your eyes, so will the snowfall of winters have a soothing effect on your heart and mind. Gulmarg has one of the best Ski slopes in the world and has 18 hole Golf course which is highest in the world at the altitude of 2370 mts. Historically it is said that it was favorite spot for Emperor Jahangir Those interested in catching the nature at a height can take a cable car ride (gondola). The services can be arranged by us for whom the customer will have to pay as per the rates decided by the Government.
PLACES OF INTREST AT GULMARG (not included in itinerary)
Gulmarg has been one of the favorite spots for film shootings and hundreds of successful movies have been shot here. It has Rani Temple and an old Saint Mary’s Church atop a meadow hill. A children’s park and a lake developed recently have become a major draw.
KHILAN MARG :- 6 Km from Gulmarg an uphill journey through beautiful pine forests gets rewarded with a magnificent view and the presence of snow even during summer. It can be reached by taking a pony ride or cable car

ALPATHAR LAKE:- A magnificent lake at an altitude of3 850 mtrs and 13 kmt. from Gulmarg via Khilanmarg is rare experience.
Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Gulmarg

Day 6
Gulmarg to Sonmarg

Sonmarg ,translates into “meadow of gold” because of the local yellow crocus bloom in the spring season .It is the farthest excursion spot from Srinagar passing through the spectacularly beautiful Sindh valley, picturesque villages presenting the glimpses of Kashmir’s Countryside. It is surrounded by pine trees and mountain cliffs which offer mind boggling possibilities for mountaineers .Sonmarg is also famous for its rock climbing sites, alpine skiing and Trout fishing in the roaring river Sindh. It also serves as base camp for Annual Amarnath Yatra from the Baltal route, “Gateway to Ladakh”. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel at Sonmarg.

Day 7
Sonmarg to Srinagar

Afternoon proceed for Srinagar check in hotel, free for personal activities, Shopping etc.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 8
Around the Wular Lake

Wular is the Asia’s largest fresh water lake has a depth upto 14 metres and its bed is deeper than the river Jhelum which flows into it from South whereas Madhumati and Erina nallah senterit from east. Wular surrounded by mountains and hill-forests is an important habitat for fish. It is estimated that 50 percent of total fish production in Kashmir comes from this lake alone. The singhara (Gore) or water nuts are also grown on some parts of the lake thereby providing source of income to the residents residing on fringes of the lake.

Day 9

After Collecting all the good memories of the tour proceed for airport for onward journey.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Accommodations Included.
  • Visit world famous Saffron Field.
  • In Srinagar visit Gulmarg, Sonamrg as well as Pahalgam.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Gondola ride.
  • Pony ride.
  • Tips, Laundry, Drinks.
  • Garden entry tickets.

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