Tulip Gardens:
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is the largest Tulip Garden in Asia. The garden was opened in 2007. This tulip garden is undoubtedly the first major landscaping project undertaken since the time the Mughals established pleasure spots in Kashmir in the 16th century. A walk in the Tulip Garden in Kashmir will stay with you longer than you expect.
Betaab Valley:
Betaab valley is situated at a distance of 15 kilometers from Pahalgam in Anantnag district in India's northernmost state of Jammu and Kashmir. The valley got its name from the Sunny Deol-Amrita Singh hit debut film Betaab.The Valley is towards northeast of Pahalgam and falls between Pahalgam and Chandanwadi and is en route Amarnath Temple Yatra. The valley surrounded by lush green meadows, snow clad mountains and covered with dense vegetation.
Gurez Valley:
About 140kms from capital Srinagar, one of the most picturesque valley of Kashmir. This beautiful valley lies in the Nort-East of Kashmir this place is also reffered to as gateway of the ancient 'Silk Route'. Although tourist facilities are yet to be incorporated but for the wild explorers this place is nothing less than the final stop.
Warwan Valley:
After crossing the dodgy Margan Top this gem is sandwiched between Kashmir and Ladakh. Untouched by the artifacts od modern technological worls this place lies at an altitude of 7000 ft. above sea level this and houses beautiful waterfalls, meadows, landscape vistas and clear skies. Also visible from here is the famous Nun Kun peak.
Bangus Valley:
This valley can put any European counterpart to shame, ideal for camping its meadows are the best in whole world. Locate in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir the blessings of nature are in abundance here with luxuriant green carpet meadows, majestic pine trees, Stone Age Wall paintings in Kalaroos surrounded by Howkibal Mountains in the North and Qazinag and Shamsbery Mountains in the west epitomize the heavenly beauty of Kashmir. Best season to visit is May.
Situated about 42kms from Srinagar this bowl shaped green valley is perfect for any get together or recreational activity. With Shali Ganga river flowing through its lush meadows this is the most easily accessible valley of all. Another reason to visit this beautiful place!
Lolaab Valley:
One of the most picturesque valleys of Kashmir is Lolaab valley which comprises of 3 small valleys: Kalaroos valley, Potnai Valley and Brunai Valley. Also beautifying its persona are Nagmarg Meadows, Lavnag And Gauri springs. Himalayan Black Bear, Snow Leopard, Hangul and Ibex are some common animals found here.
The true definition of ‘untouched natural beauty’ will not be clear to you until you step in the land of Chatpal. A landscape painted with green, grey and blue, Chatpal works impressively to quench your thirst of tasting the untouched. The placid locale with lofty mountains, unbound horizons of lush greenery, and noisy streams gushing down makes Chatpal a perfect getaway to spend some memorable time in the lap of Himalayan. One can go trekking around the woods of Chatpal or simply spend the evening with the friendly local people.
Located in Bhringi River Valley ahead of the Mughal Gardens of Achabal, a paradise for solitude is best for long nature walks. a place where slopes are splashed with grass coatings laden with wooden huts all along the mountaineous river. Best seson to visit is April to September.
Another beautiful untouched newly found place of unexplored Kashmir is famous for the shrine of Baba Shukur-u-din. From here Asias largest fresh water Wular Lake is seen to its full glory.
Sinthan Top:
This place is around 12000 ft above sea level and is located on the National Highway connecting Batote-Kishtwar vis Anantnag.
Nara Nag:
A beautiful destination where trekking, hiking, nature walk options are in abundance. This place acts as the basecamp fer the famous gangbal Lake trek.
Tosa Maidan:
Tosa Maidan is meadow in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir. Tosa Maidan was leased to the army in the year 1964 for setting up an artillery firing range in a 50-year lease that ended on April 18, 2014. Local residents were fighting against the extension of the lease. The said lease has not been renewed and Tosmaidan has been officially opened to visitors from 30 May 2016.
Aru is a tourist spot in the Anantnag District of Jammu & Kashmir, India. 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 Kolhoi Glacier and Tarsar Lake. The village lies of the left bank of the Aru river, which is a tributary of the Lidder river.
According to the Hindu mythology Sheshnag means the king of snakes and the lake was dug by Sheshnag himself. It is believed by the Hindus that Sheshnag stays in this Lake even today.It is one of the most ancient places of pilgrimage for the Hindus, as it lies on the track of Amarnath cave. Sheshnag Lake is home to many types of fishes among of which is the brown trout. It freezes during winter, and is inaccessible during this season due to heavy snowfall. It is surrounded by green lush meadows and mountains covered by snow.Sheshnag Lake is one of the famous tourist destination in Kashmir Valley. It is mostly fed by melting of snow and streams coming down from mountain tops. It drains out through a stream which joins Lidder River at Pahalgam.
Drung (sometimes spelt as Drang), not to be confused with Drang Drung, is one of the recently discovered tourist places where development work is still going on. Located just 38 kms from Srinagar city, Kasmir TravelDrang Drung, on the other hand, is a glacier, a beautiful one at Penzilla Pass, Ladakh. Drung lies on way to the charming Gulmarg, just 3 kms from Tangmarg. The final 3 km stretch is still under construction and the road is yet to have a concrete surface.