Kashmir was a favorite of the Mughal emperors who visited it as often as they could. Cool and refreshing after the plains of North India where the business of governance kept them, they planted gardens with stepped terraces and flowing watercourses. When they rested in their gardens, they dream they were in paradise.
Dal Lake: This could well be Srinagar's lifeline and the favorite site of all honeymooners. The lake itself is full of flora that includes lotus and water lilies, and avifauna including kingfishers and herons. Get on board one of the shikaras to go around the lake - they come with really pretty names, example - Honeymoon Lovers, The Paradise, Love Heaven and the likes! Along the shoreline is the boulevard that is home to numerous shops, hotels, gardens and parks.
Nagin Lake : Nagin is generally held to be the most beautiful of the Dal lakes. Its name comes from the many trees, which encircle the small, deep blue lake. Nagin is only separated from the Larer Dal lakes by a narrow causeway and it also has a number of houseboats moored around its perimeter. Nagin Lake, which is usually thought of as a separate lake, is also divided from Dal Lake only by a causeway. The causeways are mostly suitable for walkers and bicycles only so they make a very pleasant way of seeing the lake without having to worry about traffic or Shikaras.
Shankaracharya Temple: Located on the Shankaracharya Hill, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is accessible by a flight of stairs. It overlooks the Kashmir Valley and its inner sanctum has Persian inscriptions. The original dome-shaped ceiling has been replaced by a more modern ceiling.
Shalimar Bagh: Built by Jehangir for his wife Nur Jehan, Shalimar Garden is a wonderful combination of gardens and lakes. It has four terraces, rising above each other as steps and has a canal, built with polished stones, that is supplied water from the Harwan.
Chasma Shahi: Originally designed by Shah Jehan, Chasma Shahi is a strikingly made terrace garden commanding superb views of the Dal Lake and the mountains nearby. The cool spring water flowing here is believed to be extremely refreshing.
Pari Mahal: This was at one time the Royal Observatory. Located next to Chashma Shahi, it is a well-laid out garden, located almost on the ridge of the mountains overlooking the Dal Lake. Visit it at night when it is brilliantly illuminated.
Package Includes :
Srinagar Airport Pickup & Drop
Budget Hotel/ Houseboat Accommodation.
Daily Breakfast & Dinner
Srinagar Local Sightseeing Entrance fees.
Free Shikara Ride in Dal Lake. (2 Hours)
All Tax Include
Package Excludes :
Any Air Fair, Train Ticket,
Lunch, Phone, Laundry
Extra Shikara Ride
Day 1: Srinagar
Arrival On Arrival meet with our representative & assist at the airport and transfer to Houseboats in Srinagar /Hotel in Srinagar. After Refresh Proceed to sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. Overnight stay in Deluxe Houseboat / Hotel.
Day 2: Srinagar Local Sightseeing
After breakfast proceed for full day tour of world famous Mughal Gardens visiting the Nishat Bagh (The garden of pleasure) and Shalimar Bagh (Adobe of love), Shankaracharya Temple, Pari Mahal, Hazratbal Shrine. In the afternoon Shikara ride on The Dal Lake to enjoy the beauty that God has graced this city. You will get a view of some very interesting places around the Lake. Overnight stay at Deluxe Houseboat / Hotel.
Day 3: Srinagar
After breakfast, check out hotel / houseboat transfer to Srinagar airport for your onward flight back home.
Contact Person :-
Mr. Vishnu Yadav
B/154 Street 13, Budh Vihar, Mandoli, ,, Delhi, India - 110093