BEST TIME TO VISIT
MAY - OCT
Located in the district of Kishtwar, Warwan Valley with an average elevation of more than 8500 ft above the sea level is a hidden treasure of natural beauty. Its starting point, Inshan village, lies some 50 km south of Anantnag. Warwan Valley is a gorgeously beautiful long but narrow valley with width not exceeding 3 km. This 30 km long valley has splendid waterfalls, vast verdant meadows and pastures, huge cedar trees, enormous patches of thickly wooded forests and all sorts of natural scenic places that leave the visitor spell bound. Warwan Valley is a base from where trekking routes head to different places. Sukhnai- Kanital- Panikhar is one of them that takes 3-4 days. If one takes a left turn, the trek leads to Sheshnag in Pahalgam area. Sukhnai- Chittergul- Aishmuqam is another trek. This track is studded with many lakes, pristine meadows and dense forests. One can even take right turn and enjoy trekking to Marwah valley and land at Sinthan top. The route is a real blend of joy and adventure as 8 lakes come along the way
Exploring the beautiful and eye-catching countryside on a horseback is a popular activity in Jammu & Kashmir. Horse riding is an ancient way of travelling around the gorgeous valleys and hilly places of Jammu & Kashmir. Today, a large number of tourists including the family vacationers and honeymoon couples utilize this opportunity to relish the unmatched natural beauty of the popular tourist attractions as well as some pretty lesser-known destinations as well. The Kashmir region is blessed with various gorgeous destinations like Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Yusmarg, Sonmarg, Kokernag where tourists can enjoy horse rides. In Jammu region, tourists who are visiting Patnitop, Sanasar and Kishtwar are the best tourist places for horse riding.
Surrounded by the Great Himalaya and Pir Panjal mountain range, the serene valley of Kashmir is a home to the people who are trailing in the mountains like a nomad. Being vested with colourful meadows, crisscrossed by streams and dotted with placid lakes, Kashmir enriches the concept of Indian tourism. Further, with its undulated and rocky terrain on the fringes of the lush green meadows, Kashmir is a feast for the eyes. Trekking in Kashmir is as exciting as it turns out to be challenging. Cutting through edges and passing through the rich verdure, en route the narrow rocky tracks, makes trekking tours in Kashmir tricky and dicey. But the journeys wind up framing some of the best lifetime moments scooping the trekkers' gossip.