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PLACES TO VISIT DURING KASHMIR TOUR HONEYMOON PACKAGE

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Posted by : Temple Tour Online on | Jul 18,2019

PLACES TO VISIT DURING KASHMIR TOUR HONEYMOON PACKAGE

Jammu and Kashmir is a place of beautiful lakes and gardens and the tourist can get some of the best in the belt. In Jammu belt, the tourist has the opportunity to go to the famous Mansar Lake and this is quite mesmerizing. There are accommodation facilities available at this place. One has the facility to enjoy the boating in the Mansar Lake and this lake is very deep and highly risky in case the person drowns. There is the facility of life jackets here and it is advised to go for boating wearing the life jacket. Dal Lake is pristine Lake of Srinagar and the individual has the facility to take up a houseboat here and spend a few days of wonderful honeymoon at this place. One can find the wonderful gardens of Nishat, Shalimar, and Hariwan and these are located near  Dal Lake. Another lake the tourist really loves at this place is the lake Nagin and is located near the Zabarwan Mountains. The famous shrine of Kashmiri pundits is located on the western side of the lake. Enjoy the beauty of the lakes and gardens at the best by coming to Jammu and Kashmir honeymoon package through wonderful tour packages.

 

Dal lake

 

Dal lake in Srinagar

Dal lake of Srinagar is among the most beautiful and picturesque lakes in India. Dal Lake is encircled by impressive mountains by 3 sides. Dal Lake has a number of blooming gardens and orchards. Dal Lake is approximately 6 km by 3 km in dimension and modifications its moods and surroundings after each and every couple of kilometers.

 

Nagin Lake

 

Nagin Lake in Srinagar

Nagin Lake is situated for the east in the Srinagar, at the foothill in the mountain Zabarwan. The reflection of the trees in drinking water from the lake lends it is a gorgeous see. Surrounded by Shankaracharya hill (Takht-e-Suleiman) about the south and Hari Parbat within the west, the Nagin Lake of Kashmir presents an enthralling sight.

 

Wular lake

 

Wular Lake in Srinagar

The largest fresh-water lake in India. It's just sixty km from Srinagar. Spreading more than a 125 km area, the lake, by drawing off surplus h2o in the Jhelum, functions as a natural flood reservoir. Wular represents Nature at her most untamed.

 

Mansar Lake

 

Mansar Lake in Jammu

Situated sixty-two km from Jammu, Mansar is a wonderful lake fringed by forest-covered hills, more than a mile in length by half-a-mile in width. Boating amenities are accessible within the spot. Every year around Baisakhi, a food and crafts festival is organized right here by the J&K Tourism department.

 

Sruinsar Lake

 

Sruinsar Lake in Jammu

This lake is located roughly 42 km from Jammu and is often a must-see for its breathtaking look. It truly is a picturesque spot with a lake surrounded by wooded hills.

 

Pangong Lake Ladakh

This lake is located at an elevation of 14,000ft. Within the Eastern sector of Ladakh, at a distance of 154km.from Leh across Changla pass (17,000ft.).This lake is one of the largest and most lovely all-natural brackish lakes in the country and even Asia too.

T so moriri Lake in Leh

T so moriri or mountain Lake is situated inside the middle from the elevated valley of Rupshu surrounded by 6000 m peaks which completely surrounds the lake. The Location is rich in wildlife including the "Kyang" (wild ass), red fox and the rare snow leopard too.

 

T sokar Lake in Kashmir

T sokar Lake is roughly 45 km northwest in the Tsomoriri Lake at a height of 4485 m. It is actually also called "White Lake" because of salt deposited around it. The drinking water of T so far is so salty that salt is procured from its banks and sold all over Kashmir.

 

Gangabal Lake

 

Gangabal Lake in Kashmir

which stands at an elevation of 11,800 feet. Towards the South cast from the Pir Panchal range, surrounded by 3 peaks. It can be fed by glaciers. It is said to be a source of the Jhelum. in winter its surface is covered with ice-bergs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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