Kashmir Tourism FAQs
Before traveling, learning about the place you aspire to visit is an essential thing that has to be on your list. When people start planning their trip to Kashmir, they often face many difficulties. To deal with such difficulties, we have compiled a long list of questions and answers to the best of our ability. One should surely read these Kashmir trip FAQs before having a real go!
Kashmir Trip FAQs answered
Yes, travelling to Kashmir is absolutely safe.
Ideally, at least a week would be needed to explore Kashmir and its hidden gems.
Holidays Hunt Travel has packages starting from a budget of INR 17,999 to an extravagant INR 60,999. Check the Holidays Hunt website to browse through our list of packages.
For enjoying the snowfall, December to February is the perfect time to visit. However, if you’re up for enjoying the sightseeing in a not-too-cold climate then March to June is also great timing to visit. Mostly, it snows in December, January, and February. The destination looks very charming in these months and hence these are the best months to visit Kashmir.
During the onset of the spring season, the tulip festival in Kashmir can be experienced. You can plan your trip in April to see tulip gardens in Kashmir.
There are a plethora of must-visit places in Kashmir, some of them are below:
Do not miss out on these places when you are on your Kashmir tour.
Yes, there are quite a few hotels in Kashmir. However, Holidays Hunt will take care of all your accommodation booking hassles.
Some Best popular recommended house-boats in Kashmir are Claremont Houseboats, Montreal Group of Houseboats, Queens Lap House Boat, New Alexandra Houseboats. Holidays Hunt will take care of all your accommodation booking hassles.
Yes, snow is available in Kashmir from December to February. Gulmarg is all covered in snow and is best to experience snowfall. Majorly, the snow is recorded at Apharwat and Amarnath caves in Kashmir. While planning a trip to Kashmir make sure you visit these alluring places to experience snowfall.
There’s no reason for you to say no to your Kashmir visit in January. It’s the best experience that you can get amidst snow-capped mountains and meadows.