Kashmir a paradise on earth - a seemingly impossible tourist cliché, drenched in the purpose prose of the scores of books, pamphlets and brochures written about it. And yet, exactly as with paradise, the reality far transcends expectations and none of the phrases quite prepare one for the enchantment of the place.What makes Kashmir so special ? Many things: its landscape, a lush green valley and rolling wooded uplands ringed by snowcapped mountains, crisscrossed by rivers and studded with lakes; its rich profusion of trees and flowers and fruits.
April - May
Spring sees millions of blossoms of fruits, a Tulip Garden & flowers carpeting the ground when the weather is pleasant with a temperature ranging between 12-22 degrees centigrade. A heaven for people living in plains of India who experience a scorching heat and unbearable weather. It also brings for you flowers full with fragrance and rare fruits like cherry and strawberries.
June, July & August
Everyday excursions to all hill resorts of Kashmir to enjoy the beauty of snow capped mountains of the valley, covered with tall pine trees. The fishing in ice cold waters, watching of en-route beauty of Kashmir and an opportune time to visit Amarnath holy cave via Bal-Tal route. By road visit to Ladakh offers a rare and unforgettable opportunity to you. Kashmir is the only place safe from Monsoon which is a natural phenomenon is rest parts of India.
September & November
The green shades turn gold in this season and then russet and red as the season advances, a season which brings a variety of fruits like apples, pears, apricots, almonds and walnuts. The season is known for Saffron harvest, for which Kashmir is famous everywhere in the World, you can witness its fragrance while visiting saffron fields of the valley.
December to March
Kashmir is a known destination for winter sports enthusiasts and honeymooners when it experiences frequent snowfalls offering an unforgettable scene to Tourists who visit Kashmir during this season.