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Kashmir Tour Package from Kolkata

Kashmir Tour Package from Kolkata (6 Nights / 7 Days)

Tour starts from : ex - Srinagar
Destinations covered : Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Srinagar
Theme : Kashmir Tours

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  • Dal Lake
  • Strawberry Valley
  • Pony Riding
  • Chandanwari



The very mention of Jammu and Kashmir tour packages from Kolkata may turn you into a daydreamer. Living in Kolkata, you might have explored the hill stations like Darjeeling, Mirik, and Kalimpong But, holidaying in Kashmir is an experienced class apart, as you follow the footprints of the Mughal Emperors who called the pristine valley the paradise on earth. If you are a nature lover, Kashmir promises landscapes painted in luxuriant green, laces of sparkling streams, pools with crystal-clear water and the unsurpassable fences of snow-crowned Himalayas.

For culture-lovers, the Kashmir tour package from Kolkata is a pleasant expedition from one culturally-affluent region to another. If Kolkata is famous for colonial masterpieces, extravagant festive celebrations and mouth-watering fish and sweet preparations, Kashmir takes you on a completely distinguished trip to explore Mughal heritage, bustling handicraft markets, and tempting Mughlai platters. If an unusual holiday experience is on your mind, the place makes you feel content with attractions like houseboats, Shikara rides, gondola rides and numerous adventures. The Kashmir tour package for a couple from Kolkata is yet another opportunity for those who either dream of an unforgettable honeymoon or want to rekindle the romance.

The tour covers destinations like Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, and Sonamarg. You can customize the itinerary with us to make the best out of this fascinating sojourn.

Itinerary Details

Day by Day itineraryDay 1: Arrival in Kashmir – Srinagar

Srinagar is the starting point of every Kashmir tour package from Kolkata by air, train or road.

The city occupies both the banks of River Jhelum and has numerous wetland areas and lakes beautifying its profile. Scattered over the hills and alongside the pristine lakes are the Hindu Muslim shrines that lend a spiritual charm to the place.

It is here that the surprises like thousands of tulips, houseboat accommodations, holy relics and sweet water springs await the enthusiastic tourists. Not to forget the appetizing spice-laden cuisines and beautifully crafted items, too counted among the city’s wonders.

Depending upon your preference, upon arrival at Srinagar, we would take you to either a pre-booked hotel or houseboat

Rest of the day shall be at leisure.Overnight stay at Hotel or Houseboat.

Day 2: Day 02: Srinagar – Arrival at Gulmarg (about 54 km. away)

Net day of your Kashmir tour package from Kolkata makes you explore the captivating Mughal Gardens.

Later, you drive to Gulmarg, the meadow of flowers. If you are travelling in summer or spring, get ready for a heart-warming welcome as the nature rolls the floral carpet for you.

If it is the winter time, the carpet turns sparkling white with thick sheets of snow dominating the entire region.

In any case, you are in for the best memories of your life as you look in awe at the dense pine and fir forests, sky-reaching cable cars and lofty mountain peaks.

On arrival at Gulmarg, check in at the booked hotel and relax for some time. You are free to plan the remaining day to enjoy any of the places or activities mentioned.

Stay overnight at Gulmarg.

Day 3: Gulmarg – Arrival at Pahalgam (about 139 km. away)

Get up early for the riveting Gondola ride that takes you on a fascinating expedition of the region’s surreal beauty.

Later, we drive you to the next destination which is Pahalgam, popularly called the valley of shepherds. The place has been home to the shepherd community and their livestock for time immemorial.

Here, the valleys turn a shade greener and the whole ambience a bit more stunning. Fresh air, constantly-in-sight mountain peaks and cheerful River Lidder testify that you are about to explore another stupendous face of Kashmir.

Upon arrival at Pahalgam, check in at the pre-booked hotel

Rest of the day shall be at leisure.Overnight stay shall be at hotel.

Day 4: Excursions from Pahalgam

Spend yet another day of Kashmir tour package from Kolkata at Pahalgam as we take you on short excursions.

The first one is the beautiful Betaab Valley which is only about 15 km. from Pahalgam. Spend some memorable time exploring the place and drive further to Chandanwari.

Enjoy the journey along Lidder as we next drive you to Aru Valley and gather many more memories to take back home.

Later, return to Pahalgam where you can spend the remaining day visiting the local market.

Stay overnight at Pahalgam.

Day 5: Drive to Srinagar (92 km. away) via Awantipora

Bid adieu to Pahalgam as we drive you back to the trip’s starting point Srinagar.

On the way, we take you to the village of Awantipora which hides the historical treasures of some remarkable temple ruins.

The place gets its name from Avanti Varman who ruled the place way back in the 9th century and built some truly striking temples combining the Indian and Greek architecture styles. The temples were later destroyed due to repeated invasions and earthquakes. However, the existing ruins are enough to turn on the history buff inside you. .

Top Attractions in Awantipora:
Temple Ruins:

Avantiswami is one of the two temples and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The second temple is Avantisvara which is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Each of these temples showcase carved pillars and beautiful sculptures. From the remnants, you can easily calculate the glory of these masterpieces in the past.

The attractions open from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. and the entry fee is INR 15 for Indian/SAARC tourists and INR 200 for others.

Explore the temples and resume the journey back to Srinagar.

On arrival, you would check in at the booked hotel and take some time to relax. Later, visit the hill temple of Shankaracharya and enjoy the breathtaking views from the top.

For the rest of the day, plan on your own to visit the mentioned tourist places or indulge in the recommended activities.

Stay overnight at Srinagar.

Day 6: Excursion to Sonamarg (about 82 km. away)

On the 6th day of Kashmir tour package from Kolkata, you would visit Sonamarg, the picturesque valley popular as the meadow of gold.

As you drive through the spectacular Sindh Valley, the stunning sights of towering peaks and sprawling glaciers start unfolding.

The absence of urbanization let you discover the pleasant countryside drenched in silence and natural splendour. Historically a part of the historic Silk Route, Sonamarg is another starting point of the holy Amarnath Cave pilgrimage held every year.

On arrival, spend few hours admiring the exclusive beauty of the place. Finally, drive back to Srinagar and stay overnight.

Day 7: Departure from Srinagar

Hoping that you had a great time on Kashmir tour package from Kolkata, we transfer you to the airport or any other point of your choice.

The tour ends here.

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Price Guide detail

    Room Sharing Basis
    • 2 Persons – 1 Double Room
    • 3 Persons – 1 Double Room with extra bed
    • 4 Persons – 2 Double Room
    • 5 Persons – 2 Double Room with extra bed
    • 6 Persons – 3 Double Room
    • 7 Persons – 3 Double Room with extra bed
    • 8 Persons – 4 Double Room
    • 9 Persons – 4 Double Room with extra bed
    • 10 Persons – 5 Double Room
    • 11 Persons – 5 Double Room with extra bed
    • 12 Persons – 6 Double Room
    Special Terms Related to Vehicle
    • Transportation as per itinerary only (not available at disposal).
    • For upto 3 persons, AC Indica Car or similar vehicle shall be provided. In case you wish to upgrade to Innova car it can be done by paying extra cost.
    • For 4-6 persons AC Innova car or similar vehicle shall be provided.
    • For 4 persons in case they wish to take AC indica, extra charge per person shall be less in the per person price.
    • For 7-12 persons AC Tempo Traveller or similar vehicle shall be provided.

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    Travel Tips For Kashmir Tour Package from Kolkata

    Top Attractions in Srinagar:

    • Mughal Gardens: The three royal gardens, named Shalimar, Nishath and Chashme Shahi, were built during the Mughal Era and continue to charm the visitors even after so many centuries. The tourists are bowled-over by the beauty of the elegantly mowed lawns with flower beds and chinar trees at the borders. Water pools run parallel to the lawns and there are beautiful fountains and waterfalls adding to the landscapes. Each of the gardens has a typical feature of terraced layout with the silvery mountain peaks forming the enchanting backdrop. At the Chashme Shahi Garden, you can taste the cool refreshing water of a centuries-old spring. The gardens open for the visitors from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. Entry fee is INR 10 per head per garden.
    • Dal Lake: The world-famous lake is considered as Kashmir’s icon and bustles with some fascinating activities throughout the day. Apart from the islands and chirpy melodies of migratory birds, the lake supports the local communities in a number of ways. From houseboat rentals to shikara boat rides as well as the floating bazaars help the locals earn livelihoods and are some never-seen-before attractions for the tourists. The sunset time sceneries are over-dramatic while the pleasure of staying on the lake in a houseboat has nothing to its parallel.
    • Shankaracharya Temple: The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and overlooks Dal and the entire panorama of Srinagar. An exciting trail consisting of about 250 steps let the visitors access this spot. Alternatively, you may hire a cab to reach the top. The temple was the location for the popular Bollywood number Jai Jai Shiv Shankar and attracts a lot of pilgrims. It opens from 08:00 a.m. to 08:00 p.m., though cabs are allowed only till 05:00 p.m.
    • Hazratbal Shrine: Syed Abdullah brought Moi-e-Muqqadas (the hair of Prophet Mohammad) to India and it is now preserved as a holy relic at this beautiful shrine made of white marble. Visiting this shrine is like having a tryst with profound peace and spirituality. Opens 09:00 a.m.-05:00 p.m.
    • Hari Parbat: The hilltop is accessible by a thrilling ropeway ride and is home to a number of temples and shrines of different religions.
    • Others: Some of the other attractions in Srinagar include Jama Masjid, Kheer Bhawani Temple, Botanical Garden, Sher Garhi Palace, Nagin Lake and All Saints Church.


    Top Things to Do in Srinagar

    • Riding Shikaras: The Mughal influence on the city also inspires the highly comfortable and vividly painted shikara boats that drift over Dal like a dream. There’s no way to miss a memorable sunset-time ride in these boats, enjoying the splendour spreading all around.
    • Birding: Hokersar near Srinagar summons flocks of migratory birds like common pochard, mallard, ruddy shelduck, Eurasian wigeon and many more.
    • Shopping: Srinagar markets may cast a magnetic spell on you. There is no dearth of items like rugs, carpets, shawls, paintings, silverware, jewellery, spices, dry fruits and more.
    • Tasting: The multi-course non-vegetarian platters as well as the spice-rich vegetarian dishes and scrumptious desserts would leave you absolutely enthralled. Special salt tea is a must try.

    Top Attractions in Gulmarg:

    • Alpather Lake: The spellbinding lake majestically reflects the surrounding nature through its crystal clear water. In winters, it freezes and becomes an adventure ground for skating.
    • Apharwat Peak: A towering peak located close to the Indo-Pakistan border takes its visitors to the heaven. It is also a famous skiing venue.
    • Strawberry Valley: It is a must-visit place in Kashmir Valley if you are travelling in summer season. The whole valley is painted in the colours of strawberries and a variety of blooms.
    • Biosphere Reserve: A completely different world of wildlife dwells in the valley. The reserve promises exclusive rendezvous with musk deer, brown bear and red fox. It opens from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • St. Mary’s Church: The church flaunts Victorian style architecture and has lovely stained glasses as its highlights.
    • Khilanmarg: Adorned with wild flowers, it is a great place to enjoy the views of tall snow-capped peaks like Nanga Parbat and Nun-Kun.
    • Others: Maharani Temple, Baba Reshi Shrine, Seven Springs and Golf Club.


     Top Things to Do in Gulmarg:

    • Skiing: Gulmarg enjoys the reputation of a world-class ski resort, thanks to its thrilling ski slopes. Not only the experienced skiers, but the first-timers can also enjoy the adventure by joining a short course.
    • Gondola Ride: Do you know that Asia’s second highest ropeway cable car ride is located in Gulmarg? You may enjoy the ride for Phase 1 (Gulmarg to Kungdoor; open 10:00 a.m.-05:00 p.m.; cost INR 740) and further for Phase 2 (Kungdoor to Apharwat; open 10:00 a.m.-03:00 p.m.; cost INR 950). If you have enjoyed the ropeway rides at Darjeeling, this would surpass that experience and can be the best memory of the Kashmir tour package from Kolkata.
    • Pony Riding: Enjoy pony rides to some of the top attractions like Strawberry Valley and Alpather Lake.
    • Trekking: From Gulmarg, you can plan some easy and invigorating trekking adventures to Apharwat Peak, Sunset Peak and more. It is your opportunity to get close to the splendid Mother Nature.
    • Golfing: The Golf Club at Gulmarg attracts experienced as well as amateur golfers to a gorgeous turf. It stays open till 07:00 p.m. and would cost INT 800/1200 for Indian/foreign tourists.


    Top Attractions in Pahalgam

    • Baisaran: A sprawling glade surrounded by thick forests, the place gives you an impression of Switzerland with its virgin grandeur and multiple tones of greenery that complement the snow-painted mountains at the back.
    • Aru Valley: You must have seen this picturesque valley in several Bollywood movies. However, watching it in real is like a dream come true. Rows of conifers ring the lush green meadows that bloom with several wild flowers to create an eye-pleasing vista.
    • Betaab Valley: Remember how romance brewed up between the young pair in the Bollywood blockbuster Betaab. Well! The movie shot at the place lent its name to the valley. Ethereal beauty of nature seems to be biased with this place. The wooden hut used in the movie still exists. Entry fee to the valley is INR 100.
    • Chandanwari: Presenting the heart-warming mix of natural magnificence and spirituality, it marks the beginning of the annual Amarnath Yatra to the holy cave where an ice Lingam is formed every year for about 45 days.
    • Lake Tulian: With Zanskar Range on one side and Pir Panjal Range on the other, this serene lake forces you to spend hours close to its unimaginable beauty.
    • Mamaleshwar Temple: This beautiful temple of Lord Shiva presents the simple yet awe-inspiring hill architecture. The divinity in which the entire premise soaks would definitely overwhelm your senses.


    Top Things to Do in Pahalgam

    • River Rafting: If adventure is the first thing on your mind, indulge in the fabulous experience of rafting on River Lidder. The adrenaline-arousing rapids of grade II, III and IV are sure to leave you exhilarated. Choose among the options like Joy Ride (2.5 km.), Long Ride (5 km.) and Extra Long Ride (8 km.).
    • Trekking: If you are a trekker, Pahalgam would send you on a number of exciting trekking trails. From Tulian Lake and Kolahoi Glacier to a number of high-altitude alpine lakes like Krishnasar and Gadsar.
    • Angling: River Lidder offers another enjoyable activity in the form of angling. You would be delighted to catch the brown trout that exists in abundance in the river.
    • Camping: Set a tent amidst the luxuriant green landscapes or alongside a lake’s bank. Feel nothing but the whispering melodies of nature at night.


    Top Attractions in Sonamarg:

    • Zoji-las Pass: Located close to Sonamarg, it is one of the highest mountain passes in the world and one of the riskiest in Jammu and Kashmir. Here, you are blessed with the unearthly grandeur of snow-covered vistas.
    • Nilagrar River: The river with astonishing red water attracts visitors in huge flocks. You can take bath in the water which is believed to possess medicinal properties.
    • Thajiwas Glacier: Thajiwas is to Srinagar tourists what Rohtang is to the tourists visiting Manali. Covered with thick blankets of snow for the whole year, the place promises some great rides and activities.
    • Baltal: The place is ideal for camping with nothing but serene natural beauty in the surrounding.
    • Naranagh Temple: This 8th century temple complex serves as an important archaeological site and consists of an array of beautiful temples.


    Top Things to Do in Sonamarg:

    • Trekking: Trek to the alpine lakes of Gangabal and Satsar (a group of seven lakes) or to the gigantic Haramukh Mountain and explore the unseen facets of nature.
    • Camping: If you wish to experience the life of nomads, erect tents in the valley and be the guest to the unspoiled natural charm.
    • Fishing: River Sindh is abundant in mahseer and trout and offers a memorable angling session to the visitors.
    • Snow Activities: Ice skiing, ice scooter rides and many other activities can be enjoyed at Thajiwas.
    • White Water Rafting: Indulge into a spine-chilling rafting experience from Baltal to Shutkari Bridge.


    Travel Tips:

    How to Reach from Kolkata?

    • By Air: You can easily plan Kashmir tour package from Kolkata by air as the latter is connected to the Srinagar Airport by direct as well as connecting flights. IndiGo and GoAir offer direct flights (subject to availability), while there are other airlines offering flights with one or two stops (popular ones being Jammu and New Delhi). On an average, the flight duration between the two places is 7 hr. while the cost ranges between INR 5,500-8,000.
    • By Rail: Kashmir tour package from Kolkata by train is possible too. As there is no direct rail connection between Srinagar and Kolkata, you can board a train from Howrah Junction near Kolkata up to Jammu and then reach Srinagar by road. The train journey between Kolkata and Jammu is around 35-40 hr. long while the fare ranges between INR 2,000-3,000. From Jammu, the buses take around 11 hr. and cost around INR 600 to Srinagar. A taxi would take around 6 hr. and may cost around INR 6,000.
    • By Road: The road distance between Kolkata and Srinagar is around 2,300 km. and the journey may take time between 35-42 hr. If you are dependent on the state transport, prefer to travel by flight or train to New Delhi and then take a bus to reach Srinagar. The average time and cost involved would be 20 hr. and INR 800 respectively. If you travel by private car or taxi, the time and cost would depend on how many stops you make. The road route passes through popular destinations like Aurangabad, Varanasi, Kanpur, Agra, New Delhi, Ludhiana and Pathankot.


    Local Transport Options:

    • By Foot: At places like Gulmarg and Pahalgam, you would love to wander through the dramatic natural beauty on foot. Make sure you carry good walking/trekking shoes.
    • Ponies: These horse-like animals would take you to the best locations, especially in and around Pahalgam. Don’t forget to bargain a lot as pony owners usually quote 3-4 times the suitable cost.
    • Auto-rickshaws: These are good for within the city transport in Srinagar. The cost may vary from INR 100-400.
    • Taxis: Be ready to spend around INR 4,000 per day for trips from Srinagar to the other destinations of the itinerary. Please note that private cars as well as the taxis from Srinagar are not allowed for local sightseeing at Gulmarg and Pahalgam. There, you would need to pay around INR 1,800 for the local cabs.
    • Buses: State transport buses are cheap modes of transport from Srinagar. The cost may go up to INT 400 and the time involved is obviously more.


    What Else to Know?

    • Weather: The valley experiences pleasant weather during spring months (March-May) and summers (June-August). Sonamarg experiences unexpected rainfall during these months; so make sure to carry umbrellas and raincoats. September-October is autumn time when you may experience chill in the air. November marks the beginning of winters while December-January brings heavy snowfall. February is popular for post-snowfall activities.
    • Things to Pack: Heavy woolens and warmers during October-February, moderate to light woolens and cotton clothes for the rest of the year. Gloves, caps, hats, scarves, mufflers, sunglasses etc. are other useful things to carry. Skin care products are not to be missed.
    • Shopping in Kashmir: Go for embroidery work and beautiful traditional attires. Don’t miss the locally grown saffron and spices as well as honey, tea and dry fruits. Crewelwork, paintings, and wood carvings are available in some great designs. Pashmina and shahtoosh shawls are among the most popular items. Restrict shopping activities to Srinagar which has some great marketplaces like Lal Chowk Market and the Bund as well as government emporiums.
    • Eating at Kashmir: Any Kashmir tour package from Kolkata is incomplete if you don’t savour the local preparations. If you are a non-vegetarian, you are in for the most extravagant treat of your life as you welcome the mouth-watering goshtaba, roganjosh and other such cuisines on your plate. For vegetarians, there are options like aloo dum, lotus stem preparations ad modur pulav (rice cooked in saffron). And, if you have sweet tooth, the valley leave you spoilt for choices like phirni, shufta and rot. Never say no to nun-chai and kahwa, the refreshing Kashmiri teas.
    • Being Safe: Kashmir, as you might be familiar with, is a sensitive place due to its close proximity to the Indo-Pakistan border. However, deployment of armed forces and special tourist police ensures safety for the locals as well as the visitors. Still, make sure not to wander off to lonely places and late at night. Follow the traditions and avoid indulging in religious conversations with the local dwellers. If you are a foreigner, avoid wearing revealing clothes especially at the religious and holy places.


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