Pahalgam Tour Information
Pahalgam is presumably the most well known slope resort in the Kashmir valley. Since it is preferably lower than Gulmarg the evening temperatures don't drop so low and it has the further favorable position of the delightful Lidder River running directly through the town.
Pahalgam is arranged at the intersection of the Aru and Sheshnag Rivers and encompassed by taking off, fir-shrouded mountains with uncovered, snow-topped tops ascending behind them. The Aru streams down from the Kolahoi ice sheet past Lidderwat while the Sheshnag from ice sheets along the considerable Himalayan.
Pahalgam is situated in the western part of the condition of Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is situated at an elevation of 2130 m above ocean level in the midst of the considerable Himalayan range. It is situated adjacent to the Liddar River, in the Liddar valley. Pahalgam is 95 km east of Srinagar. The climate in Pahalgam is elevated. Summers (April-June) are mellow while winters (November-February) are cool. It encounters downpours in the middle of July and September. It encounters substantial snowfall from December to February
Pahalgam Walks - There are numerous short strolls accessible from Pahalgam and what's more it is an astounding base for more treks, for example, those to the Kolahoi icy mass or to the Amarnath hollow. Pahalgam can likewise be utilized as a beginning stage for treks out of the district. Pahalgam is especially extremely popular for its numerous shepherds and they're a typical sight, driving their groups of sheep along the ways all around the town.
Around Pahalgam are numerous spots of hobby, and in light of the fact that the resort is set between decently slopes, it merits contracting a horse instead of strolling. Horse passages are posted at conspicuous areas.
Mamaleshwara is just a km or so downstream from Pahalgam, and on the inverse side of the Lidder, is this little Shiva sanctuary with its square, stone tank. It is thought to date from the rule of ruler Jayasima in the twelfth century, significantly prior.
This glade, around 5-km from Pahalgam and 150m higher, gives incredible perspectives over the town and the Lidder valley. Pine woodlands and the snowclad mountains encompass the green glen. One can enlist horses for this trek from close to the focal point of town.
In the event that one proceeds with 11-km past Baisaran one reaches the Tulian Lake at 3,353m, 1,200m higher up. It is secured in ice for a great part of the year and encompassed by tops, which rise more than 300m over its shores. It additionally can be come to by horse trek.
The little town of Aru is really the primary stage from Pahalgam on the trek to Lidderwat and the Kolahoi ice sheet. It makes a fascinating day stroll from Pahalgam, taking after the Lidder stream for Pahalgam, taking after the Lidder waterway for 11-km upstream. The principle track, which likewise can be taken via auto, is on the left bank of the waterway. There is additionally a not so much utilized, but rather more troublesome way, on the right bank. At Aru one will frequently discover the Gujars, living in their log cabins with their groups of sheep and goats, on the way to the higher sheep and goats, in transit to the higher fields for the mid year.
Hajan, while in transit to Chandanwari is a charming spot for a cookout. Filmgoers will remember it in a split second as it has been the area of a few motion picture scenes.
Pahalgam is one of Kashmir's prevalent trout angling beats. Kashmir is popular for its trout in spite of the fact that they have a tendency to be somewhat little. Furthermore, angling licenses are difficult to get and rather costly. An impulse is to keep am aide and one is additionally allowed to catch six fishes, which is the every day limit.
Chandanwari and Passage To The Amarnath Yatra
Arranged 16-km from Pahalgam, Chandanwari is the beginning stage of the Amarnath Yatra, which happens each year in the month of Sawan (Rain). The destination is the Amarnath Cave, accepted to the habitation Lord Shiva. Despite the fact that the street from Pahalgam to Chandanwari is on genuinely level territory, and can be embraced via auto, from Chandanwari onwards the track turns out to be much more extreme, being open by walking or by horse.
Found 11-km from Chandanwari is the mountain pool of Sheshnag, after which 13-km away is the last stop, Panchtarni. The Amarnath hole is 6-km far from there. Amid the month of 'Sawan', an ice stalagmite shapes a characteristic Shivling (likewise spelt as Shivlinga), which waxes and winds down with the periods of the moon.
The state government makes broad courses of action each year for the effective fruition of the journey, enlisting every one of the more than one lakh pioneers, horse proprietors and Dandi Walas, giving camps on the way, and guaranteeing protected, agreeable and rapid advancement of the Yatris.
Regardless of the fact that one's visit to Pahalgam is not amid the time of the Yatra, one can in any case take a horse ride up to Sheshnag Lake, returning late night.
Pahalgam Tour Package
Span : 3 Nights/4 Days
Destinations : Srinagar - Pahalgam - Srinagar
Day 1 : Srinagar
Pickup from Srinagar airplane terminal. Meet and welcome and exchange by to Houseboat/Hotel. Welcome beverage on entry. Rest of the day at recreation. Overnight in the Houseboat/lodging.
Day 2 : Srinagar
After breakfast visit the Mughal Gardens, Chashmi-e Shahi (The Royal Spring), Nishat (The Garden of joy) and Shalimar Bagh (Abode of Love). Toward the evening appreciate a Shikara ride on the Dal Lake.
Overnight in the Houseboat/inn
Day 3 :Srinagar-Pahalgam-Srinagar 186 Kms
Entire day outing to Pahalgam 2440 Mtrs (vale of Kashmir) in transit visit Saffron fields, Avantipur remains and Anantnag sulpher spring. Pahalgam is the most renowned spot for Indian Film Industry. Appreciate the nature appeal of the valley. At night return back to Houseboat. Over Night at Houseboat.
Day 4 : Srinagar
After breakfast time free till flight. Exchange via auto to Srinagar air terminal