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Top 10 Things to Do in Kashmir, India |
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Top 10 Things to Do in Kashmir, India | 

Kashmir’s beauty captivates its visitors every year and attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. Located in the northern part of India featuring the coldest regions of the country, Kashmir’s land is mainly covered with white snow or green grasses. Some parts of Kashmir also lie in Pakistan and China. Due to its wide expanse of land and valleys, there is a significant amount of geography and biodiversity that resides in this state.

Owing to its tourist attractions, numerous things exist for any traveller to do in Kashmir. A lot of the tourist activities receive less attention due to the remoteness of its location. Some activities, however, have become some of the mainstream things to do.

To help you out of this dilemma we have compiled a list of things to do in Kashmir, such that you get the best of both the worlds.

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1. Go wild in Sanasar

Go wild in Sanasar
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One of the first things to do in Kashmir for any visitor is to indulge in extreme sports and activities. Sanasar is exactly the place that provides you with the opportunity to indulge in wild sports such as paragliding, trekking, camping and so on. It is amongst the lesser-known hill stations in Kashmir, which is why it’s the best place to go to for its quiet ambiance. The best time to visit Sanasar is from March till June.


2. Ride on a camel in Ladakh

Ride on a camel in Ladakh
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Next up in the list is camel safari, which is one of the popular things to do in Kashmir. Ladakh’s icy terrains feature a large number of double hump Bactrian camels. When you visit Ladakh, you will find guides that are readily waiting for you to take on a Camel Safari. The camel ride takes about 2 hours to complete where the guide charges Rs. 500 per hour. The best time to go for Camel safari is from July to September.


3. Ski and snowboard on ice

Ski and snowboard on ice
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There is no way you can miss one of the best things to do in Kashmir, that is snowboarding and skiing. During the winter season, Kashmir’s hill stations fill up with snow extensively. Especially in places like Sonamarg and Gulmarg, you will be able to spot a large number of people skiing and snowboarding on thick layers of snow. There are a lot of organizers that provide such packages in which you can easily find their hotline online. Package rates start from Rs. 6000 per person that includes food, sports dress, training and stay.


4. Spend a night in a houseboat

Spend a night in a houseboat
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Skip a night at your expensive luxurious hotel and feel close to nature by spending a night at Kashmir’s beautiful houseboats. Staying at a houseboat is one of the greatest things to do in Kashmir with your travelling partner. There are wide varieties of boats for you to choose from in which it can be as luxurious as your hotel. Room rates per night start from Rs. 3000 and vary extensively depending on your choice of accommodation and boat. The houseboats guarantee a serene scenic view during any time of the day.


5. Indulge in a Cable Car ride

Indulge in a Cable Car ride
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It is no wonder that Kashmir provides a picturesque view no matter where you are at. However, experiencing these views from another higher angle is amongst the mandatory things to do in Kashmir. It is an activity that’s doable for people of all ages. The cable car at Gondola features three phases of cable car rides. Starting from Gulmarg, it takes you over to three different places each trip. The cable car rides cost differently depending on your destination. However, It will cost each person something between Rs. 300 – 800.


6. Explore Wildlife at Dachigam National Park

Explore Wildlife at Dachigam National Park
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Kashmir’s rich flora and fauna are perfectly depicted at this national park which located 22km from Srinagar in the Zabarwan Range of western Himalayas. The variation of altitudes covered in this park is vast due to which the park is more of an uneven one. The terrain could vary from sloping grasslands to rocky cliffs. You could partake in trekking as well as sightseeing. The park is open all days throughout the week from 6:00 am -6:30 pm and costs no entry fee for access.


7. Challenge yourself to River rafting

Challenge yourself to River rafting
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Participating in some extreme sports like River Rafting itself is one of the obligatory things to do in Kashmir. The rivers in Kashmir feature slow to moderate water currents which is why it is best for rafting. The Sindh River and the Zanskar River offers some great thrilling and exciting water currents for Wild River rafting. The fees for River rafting costs anywhere between Rs.300 to Rs. 600 depending on the duration and course of the trip.


8. Enjoy golfing at Pahalgam

Enjoy golfing at Pahalgam - Things to Do in Kashmir
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In the city of Pahalgam, the 9 holes golfing course has become widely popular for its location and picturesque view. Several other facilities come along the golf course which is why it is amongst the greatest things to do in Kashmir. The fee is paid on an hourly basis and costs Rs. 1200 per person.


9. Pay a visit to the Buddhist Monasteries in Ladakh

Pay a visit to the Buddhist Monasteries in Ladakh - Things to Do in Kashmir
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Trip to Kashmir is never complete without paying a visit to the most spectacular manmade views in Kashmir. It does not charge you any money to explore these monasteries and provides a religious insight into Buddhism. The Alchi Monastery is a must while exploring monasteries.


10. Go for Mountain Biking

Go for Mountain Biking - Things to Do in Kashmir
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Discovering Kashmir’s beauty all by yourself with a simple well-equipped bicycle is amongst the best things to do in Kashmir. You can easily find bike rentals throughout the hilly terrains of Kashmir. Bicycle rentals cost anywhere between Rs. 400 – Rs. 1000 per day.


Kashmir is best visited throughout the summer during which the weather is still relatively cold than most summers around the world. Nevertheless, the above-listed things to do in Kashmir is mostly available throughout the year, so go ahead and enjoy your trip with these fun-filled activities.

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