Q.What are the best places to visit in Kashmir?
A:In Kashmir, there are a sizable number of tourist attractions, both well-known and unexplored. In Kashmir, Srinagar, Gulmarg, Sonmarg, and Pahalgam are the most visited locations. However, there are also some lovely yet untouched spots such as Krishnasar Lake, Aru Village, Kokernag, Verinag, Lolab valley and the list is goes on.
Q.How many Lakes are there in Kashmir?
A:A significant number of stunning fresh water lakes at high altitudes may be found in Kashmir. Dal Lake, Nagin Lake, Wular Lake, Manasbal Lake, Krishnasar Lake, Sruinsar Lake, Pangong Lake, Tso Moriri Lake, Tso Kar Lake, Gangabal Lake, etc. are some of the well-known lakes in the valley.
Q.What time does it start to snow in Kashmir and where can we see the snow?
A:Typically, snowfall begins towards the end of November and lasts into March. In Sonmarg, where snow lingers all year long, tourists may still see snow.
Q.What is the best time to visit Tulip Garden?
A:The month of April (spring season) is the best time to visit tulip garden when flowers are in full bloom.
Q.Is there any train plying between Jammu and Srinagar?
A:There are no trains running between Jammu and Srinagar at the moment. However, Indian Railways is putting plans into action, so the service won't be accessible for a while; for now, all routes must be taken by road.
Q.What is the exact route of reaching Srinagar from Jammu Tawi railway station?
A:There are currently two main alternatives. The first choice is to rent a shared vehicle from Jammu Station; this would run you around Rs. 700-800 per person. The second main choice is to hire a private automobile or cab, which would cost between Rs 3500 and Rs 5500 per person.
Q.How much is the road distance between Jammu Tawi and Srinagar?
A:There are 300 kilometres between Jammu Tawi and Srinagar that may be travelled by car, and you'll enjoy seeing all the amazing places along the way. What would you say about the drive from Jammu to Srinagar is like?
Q.What clothes do you suggest me to wear?
A:T-shirts and shorts are OK to wear throughout the day, but when nighttime approaches, the temperature swiftly drops and it gets very chilly. A jacket and pullover are required. You need thick woollen clothing if you decide to hike beyond 4000 metres above sea level. In June and July, it can rain or snow, thus one has to wear raincoats and windbreakers throughout these months. Bring a pair of waterproof shoes if you plan to hike.
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