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Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir is situated in the northern most part of the India. In the seventeenth century, the Mughal emperor Jahangir said that if paradise is anywhere on the earth, it is here (the Kashmir Valley), while living in a houseboat on Dal Lake. "Gar firdaus, ruhe zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin asto", which translates to "if there is ever a heaven on earth, its here, its here, its here".
The beautiful valley of Kashmir boasts of a many attractive gardens to the city of Srinagar. The gardens in Kashmir count in a group the best picnic mark for the tourists. If you really go to Kashmir, make definite to include at least one Kashmir garden in your route of a journey. Rivers, snowcapped mountains, serene rivers, sprawling valleys, beautiful plateaus and various other places make Jammu and Kashmir an marvelous lovely and attractive, as a result many tourists come here to enjoy the beauty of the nature. Formally laid out lawns, vibrant flower beds, earthward fountains, surrounded by the vista of Dal lake in front of them, the gardens in Kashmir are charming and delectable. Find your next online. Search and compare the whole market to find your next Hotel Cancun.
Kashmir provides a series of a little inferior rigorous adventure sports, such as Water Skiing, on Srinagar's Dal and Nagin Lakes, a popular in the valley. Water trekking is considered to enjoyment anyone wanting to explore the valley in a boat. A Gondala, commonly known as Shikara, takes tourists along a five-day way along rivers and lakes located within the valley. In Kashmir trout fishing is additional water sport and fishing period in the summer. Ladakh provides very large chances for undertaking adventure process amidst landscapes of breathtaking, coarsed beauty. The main famous and best usual among these are trekking , mountaineering and river-rafting .
In Jammu and Kashmir the most important tourist places are the Kashmir Valley, Srinagar, the Mughal Gardens, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Jammu, and Ladakh. Some areas require a special permit for non-Indians to visit.
Before militancy intensified in 1989, tourism formed an important part of the Kashmiri economy. The tourism economy in the Kashmir valley was worst hit. However, the holy shrines of Jammu and the Buddhist monasteries of Ladakh continue to remain popular pilgrimage and tourism destinations. Every year, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit holy shrines of Vaishno Devi and Amarnath which has had significant impact on the state's economy. The Vaishno Devi yatra alone contributes ₹ 475 crore to the local economy annually.