The shade of each season is unique and captivates the visitors to Kashmir. However, every season here has its own speciality. But from September to November, but in the fall, there is something else about these poplars. Looks like gold has been scattered all around. Book your Amazing Kashmir Travel Packages with Shrine Yatra and enjoy a lot.
What to See from September to November
- Behold the beauty of the autumn season in Kashmir which starts from September till November. When these leaves fall on the ground, their style is unique.
- Many crops are prepared in Kashmir in the autumn season, in which apple, almond, saffron etc. are prominent.
- Although every season here has its own peculiarities, but in the fall, there is something else about these poplars. It is as if gold has been scattered all around.
- A large number of tourists come to see the autumn season in Kashmir, it is the best time for photography enthusiasts.
- The experience that I have had in this autumn season of Kashmir has never happened before. At this time the morning is different, the day is different and the evening view is different.
- After this the winters start here and for three months with the shivering cold, there is snowfall in the valley.
I believe that although every season of Kashmir is beautiful, but after the boredom of this lock down and being imprisoned in the house for months, you should plan your first trip to Kashmir on earth from September to November so that the beauty of heaven on earth Along with this, we could also see the autumn.
Kashmir lets you explore the snow-capped beauty of the Himalayas like no other place. The beautiful valleys of Kashmir take the form of white sheets of snow in the lush green valleys depending on the season. The sunlight and fresh mountain air make one feel rejuvenated, and there is enough greenery around you to appreciate the gifts of nature.
A Serene Ride on Dal Lake in Srinagar is Very Special
The lush green hills and the colorful flowers of Srinagar are the stuff from which postcards are made. And the famous Dal Lake only adds to its ethereal beauty. Don’t miss out on a shikara ride on Dal Lake even if you don’t like to do touristy things or better still, stay on a houseboat to get a real taste of life in Kashmir. Climb a few hundred steps to see the grand Shankaracharya Temple, built on top of the hill, which offers a divine view of Srinagar. As you wander, you cannot miss the smiling flowers, which are found in abundance in the famous Mughal Gardens-Chashme Shahi, Nishat Bagh and Shalimar Bagh. Built by the Mughals as their summer retreat, these gardens feature various fountains with Persian carvings, giving them a royal look. It is difficult to find so much grandeur and grandeur in one place.
Pahalgam – A Unique Village of Shepherds
Pahalgam, a unique village of shepherds, will enchant you. If you have fallen in love with Srinagar, then take your heart to Pahalgam, also known as the ‘Shepherd’s Village’. About 4 hours away from Srinagar, as you approach this quaint little village, you will have breathtaking views of snow-capped mountain peaks and swift streams of water. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this stunning hamlet by taking a walk or a pony ride, go for white water rafting and trekking or revel in the lush green view points like Aru Valley and Betab Valley.
Adrenaline junkies can head further to the mountain peaks and reach Chandanwari where they can try their hand at skiing or sledding or challenge themselves to conquer the summit. And if all this sounds too tiring to you, just sit by the banks of the flowing river with your fishing rod, admiring the bounty of nature while you catch a trout or two. Some of the best things in life are free.
Gondola Ride from Gulmarg will Take You by the Beauty of Kashmir
To enjoy some of these more free things you have to visit Gulmarg, which is about 2 hours from Srinagar and 5 hours from Pahalgam. Also known as ‘Meadow of Flowers’. As you proceed to catch a gondola to reach the Kongduri mountain peak, lovely wild flowers adorn the path for you here. The ride up to the summit is divided into two phases. Once you have covered Phase One, you will need to buy a ticket for Phase II if you want to reach the peak. The total cost of tickets for both the phases is Rs 800 – 1000 which is not a hefty amount for the kind of sights you will see. Once you reach the peak, you’ll know what it means to be on top of the world with only snow and sun all around. It’s almost impossible to even think about trying skiing. Take the walk downhill to Tangmarg to catch some fresh air and the scent of strawberries coming from the gardens. Don’t forget to buy a carton of these juicy delights.
The Lush Green Valley of Sonmarg and the Cherry-Laden Trees will Draw You In
From strawberries to cherries, nature has been kind to Kashmir. While Gulmarg will charm you with its out-of-this-world views, Sonmarg, also known as the ‘Meadow of Gold’, will stun you with the sudden rain and sun. Just 3 hours away from Srinagar, Sonmarg is a good destination for a day trip. Sit somewhere amidst the lush greenery in Sonmarg and soak in the blissful atmosphere or take a ride up to the foothills for some of the most heartwarming views. Curvy roads and cherry-laden trees will follow you as you drive in and out of Sonmarg and don’t miss the cheerful faces of the Kashmiri people who smile innocently at you.
How to Reach Kashmir
If you want to come by flight then the nearest airport is Srinagar and if you come by train, nearest railway station is Jammu. From there you can book the cab and enjoy your trip.