Tourism in the Kashmir valley has rebounded in recent years and in 2009, the state became one of the top tourist destinations of India Gulmarg, one of the most popular ski resort destinations in India, is also home to the world’s highest green golf course. The decrease in violence in the state has boosted the state’s economy specifically tourism. It was reported that 7.36 lakh tourists visited Kashmir in 2010 including 23,000 foreigners. In 2011, the number of tourist arrivals in Kashmir touched the mark of 10 lakh. Please go through all reviews of Jammu and Kashmir Hotels before booking.
- Jammu— the winter capital
- Srinagar— the summer capital of the state, set around Dal Lake, with its floating houseboats
- Gulmarg— Skiing and India’ highest gondola
- Katra— in the foothills of the Trikuta Mountains and home of the holy Mata Vaishno Devi shrine
- Leh— the jumping off point for treks and adventures around Ladakh
- Pahalgam— a calm and serene place offering multiple trekking routes. The starting point of Amarnath Yatra
- Patnitop— a small hill station in Jammu
Kishtwar locked between the Himalayas and known for Saffron.