Paradise on Earth: Kashmir Four-Day Tour Package

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Many people want to spend a few days away from Dubai’s golden sands and immerse themselves in the breathtaking scenery of the snowy peaks. Then a Kashmir tour package from Dubai is unquestionably a good choice for you. A Union Territory in northern India called Jammu and Kashmir is frequently referred to as “Paradise on Earth.” Kashmir is a popular tourist destination because of its breathtaking natural beauty, which includes snow-capped mountains, vast grasslands, lakes, rivers, historical sites, and adventure activities. Here is a four-day romantic itinerary that visits Srinagar, the Mughal Garden, Pahalgam, the Meadow of Flowers in Gulmarg, Nanga Parbhat, a gondola ride through Sonamarg, and the Thajwas Glacier. On Dal Lake, a Shikara ride is also included. Visit Tripfinder to learn more about this fantastic journey.


Kashmir tour package from Dubai Includes

  • Flight Tickets
  • 20 kg of baggage
  • Accommodation
  • 4N Stay at Hotel Lemon Tree/Snowland Srinagar or similar
  • Accommodation is on a half board basis.
  • Transportation by non-AC Tempo Traveller for all transfers and sightseeing.
  • English-speaking guide
  • All monument entrance fees
  • Cable Car Ride in the Gulmarg, Kashmir (1st phase)
  • Shikara ride on the Dal Lake (max 4 pax in one shikara ride)
  • Complimentary Photograph during Shikara ride on the Dal Lake or in Mughal Gardens (in Kashmiri dress) Srinagar
  • 2 mineral water bottles per person per day (500 ml bottle)
  • Assistance at Airports
  • Travel Insurance


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AED 3690.00 Per adult on Double sharing basis 

AED 3590.00 Per adult on Triple sharing basis

AED 4390.00 Per adult on Single sharing basis 

AED 3490.00 Per child with Bed (Age -06-11 Years)

AED 2799.00 Per child with No Bed (Below 5.9 years) 

AED 890.00   Per Infant (Below 2 years)


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  • Arrive at Srinagar Airport, be welcomed, and then be taken to your hotel.
  • Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, is 1585 metres above sea level. The houseboats, lakes, and gardens in the city are world-famous. There are also lots of dried fruits and traditional Kashmiri crafts to be found. The city is bordered on both sides by the Jhelum River, also known as Vyath in Kashmir.
  • Enjoy Mughal Garden in the afternoon.
  • The Mughal Gardens, one of Srinagar’s most popular and frequently visited tourist attractions, significantly changed how the Mughal Empire appeared. The natural beauty of the area, which is filled with fragrant flowers and lush green grass, is relaxing and aesthetically pleasing. The visitors stroll for hours in the garden or simply sit and take in the scenery. Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, Chashme Shahi, Pari Mahal, Achabal, and Verinag Garden are all parts of Srinagar’s Mughal Gardens. Emperor Jahangir, who has always had a steadfast love for Kashmir, is honoured by the splendour of the gardens.
  • Dinner overnight at the hotel in Srinagar.



  • On the second day, a day trip to Pahalgam was taken after breakfast (Valley of Shepherds). In about three hours, the 92 km will be travelled. See the lovely countryside while travelling to Saffron Fields and the Awantipura ruins, an 1100-year-old Lord Vishnu temple constructed by King Awantiwareman. Enjoy Pahalgam and return to Srinagar later that evening. Pahalgam, which is located in the picturesque Liddar valley in the high Himalayas, is renowned for its scenic beauty. It offers the perfect environment for fishing, hiking, and trekking. Additionally, it serves as the starting point for the yearly pilgrimage to Amarnath’s sacred cave.
  • Dinner overnight at the hotel in Srinagar.


  • After breakfast, go on a day trip to Gulmarg (Meadow of Flowers). 56 kilometres will be covered in about two hours. The highest golf course in the world and one of the best ski slopes in the world are both located in Gulmarg. Throughout its existence, Gulmarg has drawn millions of visitors attracted by the scenic beauty of the Himalayan Mountains. The Gulmarg Gondola, the highest cable car in the world, is one of the main attractions in Gulmarg.
  • If the weather permits, one can also see Nanga Parbat. One of the 14 eight-thousanders is Nanga Parbat. Nanga Parbat, an enormous, dramatic peak that towers above the landscape around it, is renowned for being challenging to climb and has earned the moniker “Killer Mountain” due to the high rate of climber fatalities.
  • Enjoy the first phase of the gondola ride. Gondolas were Venice’s primary mode of transportation centuries ago. They are now a very well-liked tourist destination and may be the most recognisable representation of Venice. A gondola is a typical long, slender rowing boat used in Venice.
  • Returning to Srinagar later in the evening. Overnight at a hotel in Srinagar for dinner.


  • A full-day excursion to Sonamarg (Golden Meadow), which is about 83 km away, will take about 2–12 hours to complete. Sonamarg is located in the flower-filled Sindh Valley, which is encircled by mountains. The starting point for some fascinating treks to the high-elevation Himalayan lakes is Sonamarg.
  • Enjoy sledging on the snow and riding horses up to the Thajwas glacier. The Thajiwas Glacier, which is 3000 metres above sea level, is known as “the hidden jewel of Kashmir.” It is one of Sonamarg’s main draws because of its abundance of verdant meadows and towering, snow-capped mountains. In addition to being beautiful, this location is well-known to hikers and adventurers.
  • Late afternoon drive back to Srinagar. 
  • Dinner overnight at the hotel in Srinagar.



  • Take a shikhara ride on Dal Lake in the morning, stopping at floating gardens and vegetable fields. One of the most tranquil, unwinding experiences of a Kashmir holiday is a shikhara ride. The Srinagar lakes are crowded with long boats called shikharas. Tourists travel from all over the world to Kashmir to visit Dal Lake because of its famed beauty.
  • Transfer to the airport for your flight home after breakfast.

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  • Rates are subject to availability.
  • The above is just a quote, no booking has been made yet.
  • Peak season surcharges may apply on some dates.
  • The itinerary is subject to change/swap without any prior notice; there will not be any refund for any unutilised service or sightseeing
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel.
  • Any meals and services, unless mentioned in the itinerary, are not included.
  • You are fully responsible for verifying and obtaining the documents required for your trip and visa
  • Check-In to the hotel is always 1400/1500 hours & Check Out is always 1100/ 1200 Hours. Early Check-in and late checkout are subject to availability unless & otherwise specified in the inclusion column
  • Entrance fee optional 
  • Excluded: snow jeep (Tangmarg – Gulmarg – Tangmarg), meals not specified, table drinks, laundry, tips, camera/video fee, pony ride/sledge ride/ATV ride, local jeep in Pahalgam/Gulmarg/Sonamarg, personal expenses of the clients or any other expenses incurred beyond our control such as bad weather, Helicopter ticket in Katra, flight cancellation, political disturbances etc.


Note: – Rates are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. A passport and UAE residence visa must be valid for up to 6 months from the date of travel. Visa approvals are subject to the embassy’s description 

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