From the amazing bhandaras and its ambrosia to the chill that you feel inside your tents at night, the most breathtaking sights of the snow-clad summits while you open the chain of your tent in the morning to the lost in wilderness feel in the mountains, it has everything that the traveler inside you could ever ask for. The blue water of the lake, surrounded on all sides by mountains, provides a wonderful experience. When we looked closely at the surrounding mountains, we noticed that the peak
When you arrive at Srinagar airport, you will be met and transferred to Pahalgam. Alternatively, arrivals at Jammu Railway Station / Airport will be met and then driven to Pahalgam. Transfer to the hotel upon arrival in Pahalgam. Full of unexpected twists and turns, the journey to Pahalgam is quite a sight for sore eyes. The gurgling sound of the Lidder River and a clear blue sky will welcome you.
For the night, you will be staying in the hotel nearby. Have your dinner (on own) and get all the rest you can to start your journey ahead!
Wake up to the sun rising, the white snowcapped peaks and mother nature’s best kept secret on this earth. Have an energizing breakfast because today you trek upwards to Seshnag! Pahalgam is the best starting point for the Amarnath so far. Chandanwari (2896 m) is a small cut-off valley at the confluence of the Sheshnag and Astanmarg streams. It's like a dream come true. Devotees of Lord Shiva can be seen beginning the yatra with hope in their hearts and a gleam in their eyes, horses around with their owners pleading with us to hire them for the journey to the cave. The Lidder river runs alongside you on the trek from Chandanwari. Beautiful and mesmerizing are understatements when it comes to describing the landscape. The trek in between is relatively easy, with some flat walks and meadows.The trail climbs the Pissu Ghati and then gradually ascends to the Sheshnag Lake. Sheshnag is one of the valley's windiest spots. Let your eyes feast on the lovely emerald green lake, and sn
The next day, eat a nutrias breakfast before beginning your trek to Amarnath. You'll need everything you've got for this journey! You will have to cross the 14500-foot-high Mahagunas Pass. Panchtarni continues on to Amarnath cave. Panchtarni is only 6 kilometers from Amarnath. As you gain altitude, the landscape will become barren, brown, and lifeless. There is a descent and a walk through the meadows after a steep climb to Mahagunas Pass. After a 5-kilometer hike, you will be greeted by the colorful tents of Panchtarni campsite. Panchtarni is a river confluence surrounded by mountains. The serenity of the location is such that you feel calm even in the midst of so many people. The cave can only be reached after a steep climb. Inside the cave, there is a scene of calm tranquility with three massive Lingmas standing erect as symbols of Lord Shiva, Parvathi, and Ganesh. Inside the cave, there is a scene of calm tranquility with three massive Lingmas standing erect as symbols o
Wake up to the rising sun, white snowcapped peaks, and mother nature's best kept secret on the planet. Leave early in the morning for Amarnath Holy Cave (3953 M) to see the Ice Lingam. This is a sacred cave for Hindus, and thousands of people flock here on full moon days. A vibrant riot with shops, tents, and bhandaras all over. These are temporary shops built on a thick layer of ice. Locals have set up shops where you can buy Kashmiri delicacies like saffron, almonds, and apricots. Sadhus can be found everywhere, telling stories about anything and everything. The location appears to be a local bazaar. Proceed forward for a 4 hour walk from Amarnath to Baltal via a steep descent and setup camp and tents for your overnight stay. Later, relish in the dinner that will be offered to you and finally rest yourself to start afresh the next day.
Wake up to the rising sun, white snowcapped peaks, and the call of mother nature. Today, we drive back down to Srinagar from Batlal. On the way, stop at Manasbal Lake and Khear Bawani Temple for an additional fee, or drive directly to Srinagar. The route features breathtaking meadows as well as vibrant flora and fauna. If you want to explore the depths of Kashmir. It will take about 45 minutes to get there. Enjoy a Shikara ride and Kahwa at one of the nearby eating establishments. Take a walk around the lake to appreciate its beauty and as you reach the hotel in Srinagar, let your body and mind fall into utter depths of peace as you rest after a hearty dinner.
Leave early morning for your transfer from the Srinagar airport to your destination towards your homes with a handful of memories and spiritual knowledge that you collected amidst snowclad mountains and green meadows.