Are you ready to immerse yourself in a wonderful floral exhibition? Look no further than the enchanting Kashmir Tulip Garden, hosting the annual Kashmir Tulip Festival that promises a riot of colors and an unforgettable experience. Our specially curated Kashmir tulip festival package tour ensures you witness this natural marvel in all its glory. Let's delve into the details of this beautiful journey.
The festival unfolds at the renowned Kashmir Tulip Garden, situated in the picturesque Jammu and Kashmir region. Nestled at the base of the majestic Zabarwan mountain range and adjacent to the famous botanical garden of Kashmir, this garden spans a vast 74 acres of blissful land. Conveniently located within walking distance from the iconic Dal Lake, it's a horticultural haven that captivates visitors from across the globe.
Mark your calendars for the Kashmir Tulip Festival 2024, a fleeting yet enchanting spectacle that lasts for 20 days. The festival opens its doors to visitors, showcasing the breathtaking beauty of over 1.5 million tulips in full bloom. The festival is a burst of colors and fragrances, creating an ephemeral paradise that shouldn't be missed.
Formerly known as Siraj Bagh, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden was initiate in 2007 by the floriculture department with the goal of boosting Kashmir tourism. With its stunning array of tulips, the garden has become a hotspot for tourists. The garden features rows of tulips, each displaying a different variety, along with 70 other varieties of flowers, including daffodils and hyacinths. The tulip bulbs, sourced from Amsterdam, add an international touch to this local gem, with around 45 varieties of flowers enhancing the visual spectacle. The garden's seven terraces, adorned with walkways and fountains, create a serene environment perfect for leisurely strolls and memorable moments.
For an immersive experience, NatureWings proudly organizes a Kashmir Tulip Festival package tour 2024, providing a guided tour that not only secures your entry tickets but also showcases the best of tulips and other floral wonders. In addition to the garden tour, NatureWings takes care of your stay, transportation, and introduces you to other captivating sightseeing destinations in the enchanting land of Kashmir.
The Kashmir Tulip Festival package is your golden ticket to witness the ephemeral beauty of the Tulip Garden in all its glory. Join us in celebrating the Kashmir Tulip Festival 2024, an event that not only showcases the natural wonders of the garden but also offers a glimpse into the rich cultural tapestry of Kashmir through handicrafts, cuisine, and music.
Don't miss your chance to be part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Book your Kashmir Tulip Festival tour package now and immerse yourself in vibrant array of colors that await you in the heart of Jammu and Kashmir.
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Places to cover in Kashmir Tulip Garden tour : Srinagar HouseBoat 1N | Gulmarg 1N | Pahalgam 2N | Srinagar 3N
Pickup & Drop for Kashmir tulip festival tour : Sheikh Ul Alam International Airport Srinagar [SXR]
Address: Indra Gandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190007
|Pickup & Drop for Kashmir trip
|Srinagar Airport [SXR]
|Kashmir Package Duration
|07 Nights | 08 Days
|Altitude of Srinagar
|1,585 m [Coordinates - 34.0837° N, 74.7973° E]
|Altitude of Gulmarg
|2,650 m | Coordinates - 34.0484° N, 74.3805° E
|Altitude of Pahalgam
|2,740 m | Coordinates - 34.0161° N, 75.3150° E
|Altitude of Doodhpathri
|2,730 m | Coordinates - 33.5423° N, 74.3615° E
|Altitude of Betaab Valley
|2,393 m | Coordinates - 34.0541° N, 75.3639° E
|Altitude of Aru Valley
|2,414 m | Coordinates - 34.0922° N, 75.2632° E
|Altitude of Chandanwadi
|3,288 m | Coordinates - 34.2122° N, 73.9295° E
Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Kashmir as you explore the local markets during the much-anticipated Tulip Festival. The Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival 2024 sets the perfect backdrop for a unique experience that combines the beauty of nature with the rich heritage of the region. Let's delve into the best way to explore the local markets in Kashmir during this mesmerizing event.
Lal Chowk Markets: Kickstart your market exploration at Lal Chowk, Srinagar's bustling city center. Here, you'll find a diverse array of stalls selling traditional Kashmiri handicrafts, exquisite Pashmina shawls, vibrant pherans, and intricate papier-mâché items. Don't forget to bargain and take home a piece of Kashmir's rich craftsmanship.
Polo View Market: For a more relaxed shopping experience, head to Polo View Market. Lined with shops offering Kashmiri carpets, traditional jewelry, and authentic spices, this market allows you to soak in the local flavors while enjoying the picturesque views of the Dal Lake.
Raghunath Bazaar: Raghunath Bazaar is a treasure trove for those seeking authentic Kashmiri goods. From local spices and dried fruits to handwoven rugs and intricate wooden artifacts, this market showcases the true diversity of Kashmiri craftsmanship.
Residency Road Market: No exploration is complete without savoring the local cuisine. Residency Road Market is dotted with food stalls offering Kashmiri specialties like Rogan Josh, Yakhni, and the famous Wazwan feast. Treat your taste buds to these culinary delights while enjoying the lively atmosphere.
Floating Market at Dal Lake: To add a touch of magic to your market tour, take a shikara ride to the Floating Market at Dal Lake. Here, local vendors sell flowers, fruits, and various handicrafts from their boats, creating a one-of-a-kind shopping experience against the serene backdrop of the lake.
Exploring the local markets in Kashmir during the Tulip Festival is a delightful journey filled with colors, culture, and craftsmanship. Opting for a Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival package ensures that you make the most of your visit, allowing you to seamlessly transition from the beauty of the Tulip Garden to the charm of the local markets.
|Tulip Festival Details
|Kashmir Tulip Festival Date
|March 19 - April 20, 2024
|Kashmir Tulip Festival Location
|Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Srinagar, J&K
|Kashmir Tulip Festival Timings
|10:00am to 7:30pm Every Days
|Kashmir Tulip Festival Tickets Fee
|INR 50 per adult INR 25 Per Child
A serene journey covering just 9 kilometers from Srinagar alongside the calming Dal Lake leads to the enchanting Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden.
Nestled in the gentle slopes of the mighty Zabarwan hills, this garden is embraced by a meticulously manicured green golf course in the north and the pristine Dal Lake gracefully caressing its entrance to the west. The adjacent Chashme Shahi and Pari Mahal complexes add an aura of antiquity and timeless regality to the Tulip Garden.
Stepping into this garden is like experiencing paradise in its purest form, with the eyes captivated by countless parallel rows of over a million multi-colored tulip flowers.
The garden boasts an array of red, orange, yellow, purple, and mauve tulips, along with a variety of multi-colored hybrid flowers. Nature has unleashed a riot of colors in the combinations of these hybrid blooms. Thus visiting Srinagar and exploring the beauty of Kashmir with Srinagar Tulip Garden Tour is a must.
Each flower exhibits unique shapes, from hemispherical turbans to elongated forms, with some featuring scattered petals and others displaying loose, upward-flowing petals and sepals resembling erupting flames.
Different hybrid varieties are cultivated in individual flower beds, each approximately 1 meter wide and 80 meters long.
Carved into seven terraces on a gently sloping ground, the Tulip Garden mesmerizes visitors with its multi-tiered floral displays.
A gentle ascent reveals delightful fruit trees along the garden's rim, their slender branches adorned with various colored buds and flowers. Against the backdrop of a dazzling blue sky, the abundant blossoms create a divine spectacle.
Further upslope, Pari Mahal overlooks the tulip scapes, reminiscent of an aging queen smilingly admiring her feminine progeny coming of age.
Descending, the eye follows the striped mosaic of tulips, a visually stunning display of compactly laid complementary and contrasting colored flowers that seemingly extend all the way to the shores of Dal Lake.
The lake itself features beautiful floating fountains.
Besides tulips, the garden cultivates other bulbous plants, including Hyacinths, Narcissus, Daffodils, Muscaria, and Iris.
A tulip flower, approximately 6 cm long, exhibits a steep tapering apex and a gradual curvaceous base. With three petals and three sepals closely huddled, each flower resembles a half-opened bud with a diameter of 4-6 cm. Typically, one flower grows per plant, which stands at a height of 1-2 feet. Certain varieties, particularly those grown in the Netherlands, may produce up to four blossoms per plant.
Welcome to the delightful world of the Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival 2024, a vibrant celebration of nature's beauty and a visual feast of tulips in full bloom. If you're planning to be a part of this spectacular event, we've got you covered with a guide on how to reach the Tulip Festival in Kashmir seamlessly.
For those seeking a swift and comfortable journey, flying to Srinagar is the ideal choice. The nearest airport is Sheikh Ul-Alam International Airport (SXR), also known as Srinagar Airport. Numerous domestic airlines operate daily flights to Srinagar, connecting major cities across India.
|Arrival at Srinagar
|New Delhi [DEL]
|07 h 00 m
|New Delhi [DEL]
|05 h 45 m
|New Delhi [DEL]
|01 h 25 m
|Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee [ATQ]
|04 h 40 m
|New Delhi [DEL]
|06 h 15 m
|New Delhi [DEL]
|06 h 20 m
|Chennai Airport [MAA]
|New Delhi [DEL]
|05 h 50 m
If you prefer the charm of a train journey, consider traveling to Jammu Tawi Railway Station. Jammu serves as the nearest major railway station to Srinagar. From Jammu, you can opt for the Jammu-Baramulla train route. The train ride offers picturesque landscapes, allowing you to witness the changing terrain as you approach the Kashmir Valley. Upon reaching Srinagar, taxis and buses are readily available to transport you to the Tulip Festival.
|MUMBAI CENTRAL [MCC]
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|27 h 55 m
|MUMBAI CENTRAL [MCC]
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|35 h 05 m
|HOWRAH JN [HWH]
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|37 h 05 m
|Jammu Tawi Express
|KOLKATA CHITPUR [KOAA]
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|45 h 05 m
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|34 h 15 m
|Vande Bharat Express
|NEW DELHI [NDLS]
|JAMMU TAWI [JAT]
|06 h 38 m
Embarking on a road trip to the Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival is an adventure in itself. The well-maintained National Highway 44 connects major cities like Jammu and Srinagar. The journey is dotted with scenic views, charming villages, and the occasional stop at local eateries for a taste of authentic Kashmiri cuisine. If you're traveling from nearby destinations like Delhi or Chandigarh, you can opt for a private car or consider joining a Tulip Garden tour package by NatureWings Holidays for a hassle-free excursion.
Welcome to the enchanting world of the Kashmir Tulip Festival 2024! This annual celebration showcases the beauty of various tulip varieties amidst the stunning landscapes of Kashmir. If you're planning a visit, consider the exclusive Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival Package for an immersive experience. Let's delve into the diverse varieties of tulips that grace the festival, making it a kaleidoscope of colors and a must-visit destination for flower enthusiasts.
As you embark on your Kashmir tour package with Tulip Garden during the Tulip Festival in 2024, prepare to be mesmerized by the diverse and captivating varieties of tulips. The festival is a testament to the beauty of nature and the artistry of tulip cultivation in the picturesque region of Kashmir.
The Kashmir Tulip Festival is a vibrant and colorful event that takes place during the spring season starting from 19 March to 15 April 2024, when the tulips are in full bloom. The festival usually occurs in the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, also known as the Siraj Bagh, in Srinagar, Kashmir. Here are some places to visit and things to do during the Tulip festival special Kashmir tour 2024:
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden (Siraj Bagh): This is the main venue for the Tulip Festival 2024, and it is the largest tulip garden in Asia. Visitors can stroll through the beautifully landscaped garden and enjoy the stunning display of various tulip varieties.
Shankaracharya Temple: Also known as the Jyeshteshwara temple, it is located on a hilltop, offering panoramic views of Srinagar. The temple itself is an important religious site, and the journey to the top is rewarding with breathtaking scenery.
Dal Lake: Take a shikara ride on Dal Lake and enjoy the serene beauty of the surroundings. You can also explore the Mughal gardens located around the lake, such as Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh.
Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh: Explore the Mughal Gardens that are known for their stunning architecture, terraced lawns, and fountains. Both Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh are located along the eastern shore of Dal Lake.
Pari Mahal: A historic monument, Pari Mahal offers a beautiful view of the Dal Lake and the city of Srinagar. It's a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty.
Hazratbal Shrine: Visit the Hazratbal Shrine, an important Muslim shrine in Srinagar. It is situated on the northern shores of Dal Lake and is known for its pristine white marble architecture.
Jamia Masjid: Explore the grand Jamia Masjid, one of the largest mosques in Kashmir. The architecture is a blend of Persian and Indo-Islamic styles.
Chashme Shahi: Another Mughal Garden, Chashme Shahi is known for its natural spring and terraced layout. The garden offers a peaceful retreat and fantastic views.
Tulip Garden Festival Events: Attend various events organized as part of the Tulip Festival, such as cultural performances, local handicraft exhibitions, and traditional Kashmiri cuisine stalls.
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|54 hr (3,017.4 km) via NH 44
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|18 hr 22 min (812.5 km) via NH 44
|42 hr (2,169.8 km) via NH 48
|8 hr 14 min (266.5 km) via NH 44
|1 hr 30 min (49.5 km) via Srinagar - Tangmarg Rd
|2 hr 11 min (79.4 km) via NH1
|2 hr 11 min (89.6 km) via Srinagar - Kanyakumari Hwy
|4 hr 2 min (141.2 km) via NH1
|5 hr 19 min (202.1 km) via NH1
|9 hr 41 min (418.5 km) via NH1
Upon arrival at Srinagar Sheikh Ul Alam Int Airport for your much awaited Kashmir Tulip Festival package tour (this must be one of the Most Scenic Flights in the World, Srinagar is popularly known as the "City of Reshi's & Sufi’s" and it is also the Summer capital of state Jammu & Kashmir), you will be met by our representative and transfer to Hotel for Check in followed by welcome drink. In the evening you take a shikara ride on world famous Dal Lake, where you visit the floating vegetable gardens & open Dal Lake. While riding the Shikara’s there are plenty of opportunities for bird watching with plentiful species including Kingfisher, Little Bittern, Common Pariah Kites, Grebe etc.Overnight stay at HouseBoat.
Today is the second day of this wonderful tulip festival tour packages. After a leisurely breakfast, check out from Houseboat & drive to Gulmarg via Bye-Pass. Gulmarg, called the "Meadow of Flowers". Gulmarg is at an altitude of 8700 ft. Gulmarg also referred to as Meadow of Flowers, is a famous Ski Resort & the world's highest 18 hole Golf Course. The place was prominent during British time. Gulmarg's legendary beauty, prime location and proximity to Srinagar naturally make it one of the premier hill resorts in the country. Originally called 'Gaurimarg' by shepherds, its present name was given in the 16th century by Sultan Yusuf Shah, who was inspired by the sight of its grassy slopes emblazoned with wild flowers. Gulmarg was a favourite haunt of Emperor Jehangir who once collected 21 different varieties of flowers from here. Today Gulmarg is not merely a mountain resort of exceptional beauty, it also has the highest green golf course in the world, at an altitude of 2,650 m, and is the country's premier ski resort in the winter. On Arrival in Gulmarg, check in to the pre-arranged Hotel.
One can go for the Gondola Ride up to 1st or 2nd Phase. The Gulmarg Gondola is a tourist attraction in itself. It is one of the highest cable cars in the world, reaching 3,979 meters. The two-stage ropeway ferries about 600 people per hour to and from the gondola main station in Gulmarg to a shoulder of nearby Mt. Affarwat Summit [4,200 m / 13,780 ft]. There are also countless off-piste possibilities through the beautiful Khilanmarg meadows on the foot of Mount Affarwat, which offer a scenic view of Nanga Parbat. The Affarwat ridge at 3850+ meters offers an avalanche controlled ski area that offers a wide field of snow to descend 800 m in approximately 3 km of skiing, and is for advanced skiers only. Due to Gulmarg's steep terrain, the region is popular amongst advanced and extreme skiers from around the world and has been visited by a number of ski professionals and featured in a number of ski films also. Return by the evening. Night Stay at Hotel in Gulmarg.
After a sumptious breakfast, check out from the Hotel & leave for Pahalgam – better known as the “Valley of Shepherds”. Pahalgam is situated at the confluence of the streams flowing from Sheshnag Lake and the Lidder River. Pahalgam (2,130 m) was once a humble shepherd’s village with breath-taking views. Enjoy nature & walk around the bank of river Lidder. Pahalgam is famous for some trekking routes also & is the base camp for Amarnath Pilgrimage. Pahalgam is also famous in the Indian film Industry (Bollywood). Now it is Kashmir's premier resort, cool even during the height of summer when the maximum temperature does not exceed 25 Degree C. Upon arrival, check in to the pre-arranged Hotel. Rest of the day is free for leisure.Overnight stay at Hotel
After a leisurely breakfast, a full day free to enjoy and explore the Beauty of “Pahalgam”. One can go to Chandanwari (16 Kms from Pahalgam) which is the starting point of Amarnath Yatra. Aru (10 kms from Pahalgam) which is a fine meadow of picturesque scenery and starting point of trekking of (Liddarwat, Kolahoi Glacier & Trsar Lake) & Betaab Valley.
It is located around 12 km from Pahalgam, 11 km upstream from the Lidder River. Noted for its scenic meadows, lakes and mountains, it is a base camp for trekking to the Kolahoi Glacier and Tarsar Lake. The village lies on the left bank of the Aru River, which is a tributary of the Lidder River the Aru valley is noted for its scenic meadows. It is popular among the tourists for its peaceful environment and scenic beauty. Other popular tourist activities include fishing for trout in the Lidder River, trekking, hiking, horse riding, sightseeing and photography.
It is situated at a distance of 15 kilometres from Pahalgam. The valley got its name from the Sunny Deol - Amrita Singh hit debut film Betaab. The valley is surrounded by lush green meadows, snow -clad mountains and covered with dense vegetation. Betaab Valley is a very popular tourist destination. Betaab Valley is also a favourite campsite of travellers as it also serves as a base camp for trekking and further exploration of the mountains. The valley is a walk-able distance from Pahalgam. The crystal clear & chilly water of the stream bubbling down from the snowy hills is a delight. Locals here drink this water too.
Chandanwari - Situated 16 km from Pahalgam, is the starting point of the Amarnath Yatra, which takes place every year in the month of Sawan (Rain). It is famous for snow sledding on a snow bridge. Taxi cabs can be hired from Pahalgam for a roundtrip. Snow fights is what people generally indulge in here before they sledge back down. Many prefer to sip a cup of tea or snack at the nearby dhabas. Hajan, on the way to Chandanwari is an idyllic spot for a picnic. Filmgoers will recognize it instantly as it has been the location of several movie scenes. Return by the evening for dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.
Or, you can explore the beauty of "Pahalgam". You can hire ponies (directly) for a visit to Baisaran Valley / Mini Switzerland.
Baisaran Valley, a lush meadow surrounded by hills and covered with dense vegetation. This region looks very similar to European resorts and is a good campsite. Pine forests dot this meadow which presents a picturesque view of the snow-clad mountains. The most beautiful of these is the huge, undulating meadow of Baisaran, surrounded by thickly wooded forests of pine. Filmgoers will recognize it instantly as it has been the location of several movie scenes. Return by the evening. Overnight stay at Pahalgam Hotel.
After an early breakfast, check out from the Hotel & transfer to Srinagar. On arrival in Srinagar, take a visit of Hazratbal Shrine, Shankaracharya Temple - It is believed that it was the place where the great philosopher and saint Shankaracharya stayed when he visited Kashmir ten centuries ago to revive Sanathan Dharma. The original ceiling was dome shaped and the brick roof is not more than a century old.
In the afternoon, take a visit to Mughal Gardens, Nishat Garden known as 'Garden of pleasure' built in 16th century (1633) by Mughal King Asif Khan. Then visit to Shalimar Garden known as 'Garden of love' built in 16th century (1619) by Mughal King Jahangir for his beloved wife Noor Jahan or [Mehr-un-Nissa & Chashmashahi (The Royal Spring)]. The Chashmashahi Mughal garden in Srinagar had been loved by emperors and picnickers alike. By the evening return back to Srinagar. Overnight stay at Srinagar Hotel.
After an early breakfast, leave for a full day excursion to Doodhpathri. ""Doodhpathri" - known as the Valley of Milk is a tourist destination and hill station in Kashmir. It is located in Budgam district of Jammu & Kashmir, located at a distance of 42 km from state summer capital Srinagar. It is said that the famous saint of Kashmir Sheikh ul Aalam Sheikh Noor din Noorani has prayed here, and once when he was in search of water in the meadows to offer prayers, he pricked the ground with his stick to search water, and milk came out, he asked the milk that you can only be used for drinking and not performing ablution. Hearing this milk at once changed its state to water and the meadow got its name DOODHPATHRI. The water which is at present flowing through the meadows looks like milk from a distance and remains very cold throughout the year. The lush green grasses over the vast meadows and silver shining stream running over the large stones further increase its beauty. Doodhpathri is sloping grassy landscapes with a diversity of multicoloured flowers up to Chang. The natural meadows, which are covered with snow in winter, allow the growth of wild flowers such as daisies, forget-me-nots and butter cups during spring and summer. Return by the evening to Srinagar. Overnight stay at Srinagar Hotel.
After an early breakfast, check out from Hotel & leave for a full day excursion to Sonmarg, which means Meadow of Gold, has its backdrop of snowy mountains against the blue sky. The drive offers incredible scenic beauty, dense pine forests and Gigantics Mountains. The place provides an ideal base for various trekking routes, high mountain lakes, glaciers, and Shri Amarnath Holy cave. The river meanders along here & abounds with Trout & Mahseer. Sonamarg’s importance lies in the fact that it is the last halt on the Kashmir side for the drive from Srinagar to Leh. Ponies / vehicles (direct payment basis) can be hired for the trip up to Thajiwas Glacier, Which is a major local attraction during the summer. Return back in the evening to Srinagar for Overnight stay at Hotel.
Kashmir Tour concludes NatureWings thanks you for your patronage and ensures a punctual transfer to Domestic Airport to catch the flight for your onward Destination.
Discover the enchanting beauty of Kashmir through the mesmerizing Kashmir Tulip Garden Festival 2024. This annual event, also known as the Tulip Festival in Kashmir, takes place in the scenic Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, situated in Srinagar. Blooming in April, this festival showcases the vibrant hues of tulips against the backdrop of the majestic Zabarwan Range.
Immerse yourself in the collection of colors as you explore one of Asia's largest tulip gardens. The festival not only celebrates the natural beauty of the region but also promotes tourism, making it an ideal time to witness the breathtaking landscapes of Kashmir.
This Tulip Festival in Kashmir is not just an event; it's an experience that captivates your senses and leaves you with lasting memories. Plan your Kashmir Tulip Garden Tour today and embrace the beauty that nature unfolds in this picturesque destination.
For seamless entry, domestic visitors can obtain tickets at just INR 50 per adult INR 25 Per Child. International travelers can access this enchanting paradise for INR 150 (including GST) per person.
Discover the optimal time for a visit to the Tulip Garden in Kashmir! Tulip Garden Srinagar opens its gates on 19th March 2024, and you can conveniently book your tickets online. The prime time to explore the enchanting Tulip Garden in Srinagar is in early April. During this period, the tulips are at their peak, showcasing a breathtaking array of colors, coinciding with the annual Tulip Festival. Keep in mind that the tulips bloom for a brief period, not lasting beyond 20 days. Plan your visit accordingly to witness the stunning beauty of the Tulip Garden in its full glory!
Formerly known as the Model Floriculture Centre, it was unveiled to the public in 2007, aimed at enhancing tourism and floriculture in the Kashmir Valley. With over 68 diverse tulip varieties, totaling in the hundreds of thousands, the garden showcases a breathtaking display. Additionally, visitors can marvel at various species of daffodils, hyacinths, and ranunculus, contributing to the garden's allure as a vibrant and diverse floral paradise.
Discover the enchanting bloom of tulips in Kashmir! The Tulip Festival in Srinagar, Kashmir, showcases a vibrant display of these colorful flowers. Tulips grace the landscape from late March to mid-May, reaching their peak beauty in mid-April. For the most spectacular views, plan your visit during this period. Stay updated with the latest information to ensure your visit coincides with the peak bloom, creating unforgettable memories amid the picturesque tulip fields.
Kashmir Package Tour Reviews with Dal Lake Houseboat Stay
4.9 Stars Rating, out of 5
based on 119 Reviews
A place blessed with absolute beauty, Kashmir truly stands true for being the paradise on earth and I got the chance to visit this wonderful Sate from Delhi by booking through NatureWings Holidays. Mr. Raha made me a customized itinerary and took care of my special requests, thereby providing the best professional service. We had a great cherishable holiday all thanks to the NatureWings team.
NatureWings M.D. Mr. Sandip Raha, with his expert knowledge, arranged my Kashmir Trip from Mumbai with the best hotels in picturesque locations like Gulmarg and Pahalgam while providing a Houseboat in Srinagar for the first 3 nights and a hotel for the last 1 night. The hotels were decent and had a nice view from the rooms with good services, but we enjoyed more while staying in the Houseboat and it was like pampering our-self in the lap of pristine nature all away from the busy cities. We went to some lesser-known extraordinary locations of Kashmir like Doodhpathri, Bangus Valley, Lolab Valley, and Baisaran Valley as recommended by Mr. Raha, and enjoyed the Gondola Ride both the phase. Thanks to the NatureWings team for organizing our trip and specifically for suggesting a Houseboat stay.
We had a great holiday in Kashmir, all thanks to Mr. Sandip for his perfect arrangements; from pick up, drop, ski equipment, care coordination, and hotel bookings all was well managed. The Shikara ride on the Dal Lake was magical and with a suggestion from Mr. Sandip I tried out few authentic Kashmiri foods from the local shops which added more flavor to my trip. I have already recommended NatureWings to my family and friends for Kashmir Trip, and wish to explore other parts of India with them too.
Our trip to the Paradise on Earth from Ahmadabad was best accompanied by Houseboat stay at Srinagar, which had amazing service towards their guest with a mesmerizing view of the Lake, mountains, and Mughal gardens from the balcony. We had great privacy and full peace of mind while staying for 3 nights at the Houseboat and our Hotel stay at Gulmarg and Pahalgam too matched our expectations while the destination left us spellbound. If you wish to visit this State, do choose Kashmir Trip with Houseboat Package from NatureWings for a worthwhile experience.
Spent a weekend in Kashmir booked through NatureWings. My father booked the Kashmir Tour Package from Naturewings through email. Thanks to Mr. Raha for making our Kashmir trip really memorable. Kashmir is the best place for skiing. Very professional organization. Just back to Bangalore. Now we miss Kashmir.
We had an awesome Kashmir Tour this September. Had only four days. But thanks to meticulous planning and effort of the staff at NatureWings, we could cover Pahelgam, Gulmarg and Srinagar fairly well. We landed on the day of election in Srinagar. But team NatureWings took all care. Was very very lucky to make it to both Gulmarg Phase II and Tulip Garden. Gulmarg is simply out of the world. Dal lake Shikara Ride was so relaxing. Kids loved the Houseboat stay the most. At the end wished just life could just go on like this - family, friends and fun.
We booked a Kashmir Trip with Houseboat Package from NatureWings and matching our preference Mr. Sandip Raha provided our stay on the Dal Lake. The location of the Houseboat was excellent, and the rooms were beautiful with lovely Kashmiri decorations and a good view of the busy Srinagar city. Once we landed at the Houseboat, we were overwhelmed with the warm welcome we received from them, and the best part was sitting on the deck and capturing the calm sunrise and sunset while sipping on hot Kahwa. Our 4 nights stay at the Srinagar Houseboat was a memorable one, and we didn’t book any hotel at this place and opted for these unique stay arrangements.
We were in a group of 2 families with 4 adults and 2 kids. We stayed in "Heaven on Earth" this summer. Had a marvelous experience with Naturewings. The guides and drivers were very courteous. Picked us up from Srinagar Airport. There was curfew in the city, but tourists vehicles were allowed to go without any trouble. The drivers worked hard to find out a good restaurant for lunch. Reached Pahalgam in the evening. Next day, visited the beautiful Chandanwadi and Betaab Valley and then shifted to Gulmarg. On the 3rd day, went upto the 2nd phase of Gondola. Unless you go this place, you will not believe that such heaven exists on the earth. Weather God was kind enough during the entire trip. Breath-taking view from 4200 mts, all Whites. Imtiyaz was a great guide at Gulmarg. After coming back to phase 1, had lunch on restaurant on the snow. First time, experienced skiing, sledge, snow mobiles. It was an experience which we can never forget. Shifted to beautiful Srinagar in the evening and stayed in Super-Deluxe Monalisa House Boat. Again, that was an experience. Had Shikara Ride with lot of mouth-watering foods. Next day visited all the gardens. Overall, it was a great experience. A big big thanks to the team of NatureWings.
I had visited Kashmir with Vaishno Devi and it was a very nice experience. The hotels provided to us was really great to stay. The sightseeing was exactly what was sent to me in the itinerary. The guide was just excellent. In short the trip was more than what we had expected. We would love to go with NatureWings in future.
We usually love to stay in fancy hotels but while booking our Kashmir Tour Package from Mumbai, Mr. Sandip recommended us book at least one night in the Houseboat, and trusting him we said YES, but when we checked in and got our beautiful room with such a nice décor and amazing views of the mountains and Dal Lake in one frame we knew it was the best decision made. The royal treatment with mouthwatering Kashmiri delicacies was excellent, and if we plan for a second Kashmir Trip, we would again choose a Houseboat for our stay but more nights.
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