The Karewa Lake, which existed before Kashmir became a valley, was a massive lake. When the lake was emptied during tectonic upheaval, the valley developed between the Karakoram Range and the Pir Panjal. Because of its striking similarity to the garden of Eden depicted in religious and traditional traditions, it was given the moniker "paradise on Earth." Kashmir is the muse of numerous historical allusions in literature and memoirs due to its wealth in nature and natural resources. Kashmir continued to be the favourite destination for rulers to come. The most famous of them were Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb who used Srinagar as their summer capital. A plethora of gardens was built by the Mughals that added an organised layer to the free-flowing beauty of Kashmir. Kashmir has been given several names in different parts of the world, each emphasising its unusual natural beauty and uniqueness. From its creation, Kashmir was given the term parched land (Ka= water, shimeera= dry). Kaspeiria was named from a Greek effort to transcribe the same word. In 631 AD, Chinese monks visited Kashmir and named it Kia-shi-mi-lo. Khachal is the Tibetan name for the valley.
➔ Airport pick up and drop as per your flight timings
➔ Comfortable and hygienic vehicle (Ac Sedan/SUV car) for sightseeing on all days as per the itinerary.
➔ Breakfast and Dinner on all the days
➔ Highly experienced Driver cum guide
➔ Accommodation (Depending on the variant selected)
Government Taxes/GST/Service Charges
Tips & gratuities for drivers & guides
Drinks (either with meals, vehicles or during tours, unless otherwise indicated)
Waiting or additional transfer fees
Anything not mentioned in inclusions
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