The valley has always kept its word of rejuvenating its visitors with a feast of tranquility such as silvery streams, rivers, freshwater lakes, pine, deodar and chinar forests, snow clad mountains, sparkling waterfalls, shikaras, green meadows and grassy slopes full of flowers of
vibrant colours. You cannot conclude that it is just a valley because it is an oval shaped plateau and is about 5000 feet high. It is surrounded by the three Himalayan ranges – the Karakoram, Zanskar and Pir Panjal.
Map of Kashmir
The landscape of Kashmir is outlined by the great Panjal. It is from Panjal that the great rivers flow down into the valley dense with orchards and decorated with lily-laden lakes. Kashmir is often referred to as the “Switzerland of East” and it covers an area of 222,236 square kilometers. The Mughals have made their contributions to this paradise with their architectural brilliance and this is the reason why the collection of waterfront gardens is referred to as the Mughal Gardens.
The valley exhibits unity in diversity. It welcomes its guests with a plethora and paradigm of picturesque beauty during all seasons though summer is the best time for a holiday. Check out our exclusive Kashmir Tour Packages and we will customize it accordingly to suit the mood of your tour.