Discover the epitome of luxury and serenity at Club Mahindra resorts in Jammu & Kashmir. Nestled amidst the breath-taking landscapes of the Himalayas, these resorts offer an enchanting escape from the mundane. Immerse yourself in the warm hospitality, spacious accommodations, and world-class amenities, ensuring an unforgettable stay. Indulge in delectable regional cuisine and unwind with unparallel views of the surrounding. Club Mahindra resorts in Jammu & Kashmir promise an idyllic retreat, creating cherished memories for a lifetime.


About Jammu and Kashmir

With mountain peaks, lush green valleys, forests nestled in the North Himalayas, Jammu & Kashmir is an ideal place to spend your holiday in India. Adventure lovers can indulge in exciting activities such as trekking, river rafting, paragliding, and camping. It is also a famous pilgrimage site and is home to Vaishno Devi and Amarnath. The natural and cultural richness of Jammu & Kashmir make it a preferred holiday destination.

Places to visit in Jammu and Kashmir

Begin your journey with a spiritual pilgrimage to Vaishno Devi, nestled in the Trikuta hills, where devotees seek blessings of the holy Vaishno Devi. Explore the snow-covered peaks of Gulmarg, a skiing haven surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, and experience the thrill of the world's second-highest Gondola ride. Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of Srinagar,  where you can stay in a houseboat and sail on the picturesque Dal Lake to witness the floating market. Also, explore the exquisite Mughal Gardens of Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashm-E-Shahi Garden when in Srinagar. 

 

  1. Vaishno Devi    
  2. Gulmarg   
  3.  Srinagar
  4. Pahalgam    
  5. Patnitop    
  6. Sonmarg Jammu    
  7. Gurez Valley    
  8. Dachigam National Park


Things to do in Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir invites you to a captivating journey filled with scenic beauty, gastronomic delights, and cultural immersion. Hop on a traditional shikara and embark on a serene ride across the enchanting Dal Lake, basking in the tranquility and admiring the majestic mountains. For a thrilling adventure, take a Gondola cable car ride, offering breath-taking views of the snow-capped mountains and valleys. Immerse yourself in the flavours of Kashmiri cuisine, savouring traditional delicacies like mutton rogan josh, gushtaba, dum aaloo, and more. Explore the vibrant local markets and indulge in shopping for intricate handicrafts, Pashmina shawls, and exquisite Kashmiri carpets. Delve into the rich cultural heritage by attending a traditional music and dance performance, capturing the essence of Kashmiri traditions. 


  1. Shikara Ride, 
  2. Dal Lake    
  3. Gondola Cable Car ride, Gulmarg    
  4. Visiting Mughal Gardens of Kashmir 
  5. Holy Vaishno Devi Temple, Katra   
  6. Trek through Pahalgam    
  7. Jhelum River Bank stroll 
  8. River Rafting in Lidder Valley    
  9. Visiting Amarnath    
  10. Spending a day at Sonmarg 


FAQs

1.    Which is the ideal time to visit Jammu and Kashmir?

The best time to visit Jammu and Kashmir is between October and March when the weather is pleasant.


2.    What is the easiest way to reach Jammu and Kashmir?

The easiest way to reach Jammu and Kashmir is by taking a flight to Srinagar Airport which is just 15 km away.


3.    What are some of the free things to do in Jammu and Kashmir?

Witnessing the breathtaking views of Dal Lake, visiting the Amarnath caves and Vaishno Devi Temple, are a few free things you can do in Jammu and Kashmir.


4.    Is Jammu and Kashmir a family-friendly destination?

Jammu and Kashmir is a good, family-friendly destination.


5.    Are tourists safe in Jammu and Kashmir?

Yes, Jammu and Kashmir is safe for all tourists and it is one of the most visited destinations in India.



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