Located between crystal-clear lakes and steep wooded slopes and serves as the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir.
Srinagar’s crowning glory, is a large body of water that reflects the houseboats’ carved wooden balconies.
It is Asia’s largest tulip garden and also has a view of Dal Lake.
This Mughal garden, Royal Spring is situated on the south-eastern edge of the Dal Lake.
Means 'golden meadow,' with snowy mountains against a cerulean sky as a backdrop.
Also known as The Palace of Fairies, is a seven-tiered garden at the peak of the Zabarwan mountain range.
Houseboats in Srinagar are luxurious abodes anchored on a tranquil lake surrounded by towering mountains.
The unique and indigenous Kashmiri Hangul or Stag, as well as other diverse plants and wildlife, may be seen at Dachigam
Dachigam National Park
Shalimar Bagh is one of the most well-known tourist destinations in Srinagar since it is the largest Mughal Garden in the Kashmir valley.