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Aru Valley

Aru Valley is a famous tourist place in Jammu & Kashmir located in the Anantnag district around 12 kilometers from Pahalgam. Tourists are attracted towards it because of its lush meadows, pristine lakes & mountains, and it also serves as a base camp for trekking to the Kolahoi Glacier and Tarsar Lake.The Aru valley is noted for its scenic meadows. It is popular among the tourists for its peaceful environment and scenic beauty. The village is a base camp for trekkers to the Kolahoi Glacier, the Tarsar-Marsar lakes and the Katrinag valley.

Betaab Valley

Betaab valley, originally called as Hajan Valley or Hagan Valley is situated at a distance of 15 km from Pahalgam in Anantnag district in India's union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The valley got its name from the Sunny Deol-Amrita Singh film Betaab.A beautiful valley with mesmerizing views of the mountains and snow peaks. Lots of greenery and a waterfall at close proximity.The valley surrounded by lush green meadows, snow clad mountains and covered with dense vegetation. Betaab Valley is also a favourite campsite of travellers


This is at a distance of 15 KM from Pahalgam. It will take 30 minutes to reach Chandanwari. The road passes through old Pahalgam town with traditional Kashmiri houses. At your right side Lidder river will be flowing and you will be passing through hills and bend roads. Many waterfalls will be there at both sides of the road. These falls are created by melting ice from the snow peaks. Chandanwari is also famous for Sri Amarnath Yatra. Chandanwari is the end point of road journey and devotes has to trek 32 KM to reach holy cave of Sri Amarnath.

Dabyan Valley

Dabyan Valley with snow capped peaks in the backdrop Dabyan Valley is a vast meadows situated on top of the mountain range overlooking the Lidder River flowing through the Pahalgam and Lidder Valley. A pony package available to cover Dabyan, Kashmir and baisaran valley in a single package. Will take about 3 hrs to cover entire three valleys. It's a hilltop green meadow dotted with dense pine forests and surrounded by snowcapped mountains.

Kashmir Valley

Kashmir Valley with snow capped peaks in the backdrop Kashmir is a vast meadows situated on top of the mountain range overlooking the rivers. Kashmir Valley is also famous for its beautiful dazzling lakes. Srinagar contains the Dal and Nageen Lakes which are stunning to look at. Getting on a boat while riding towards the towering mountains on the lakes give such a beautiful gaze and justify the statement “Kashmir Is Paradise On Earth ”.

Harbagwan Lake

This trek start between two mountains followed by birds, wild flowers, natural sight seeing and at the beautiful large lake at Harbhagwan, Pahalgam to Harbagwan Lake Trek is a wonderful experience. Pahalgam is a place that is famous for its meadows and mountain streams. Harbhagwan Lake lies in between the mystical mountains of Pahalgam. Pahalgam to Harbagwan Lake is a wonderful trekking experience.

Mamaleshwar Temple

Mamal Temple or Mamaleshwar Temple is a Hindu temple located in Pahalgam town in Kashmir Valley. It is situated on the banks of Lidder River at an elevation of 2,200 metres. It is located at just a mile away from Pahalgam town. Mamleshwar temple is believed to be here from thousands of years and mentioned in various sacred text of Sanatan Dharma, the present structure of ancient temple was built in 10th century.

Sheshnag Lake

Sheshnag Lake is an alpine high altitude oligotrophic lake located in Anantnag district of Kashmir Valley in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It is situated on the track leading to the Amarnath cave. The lake is named after Sheshnag – the divine serpent as per Hindu mythology. It is said that the serpent dug this lake and made it his abode, where he still resides. The lake is regarded sacred since ancient times as it lies on the pilgrimage route to the holy Amarnath Caves.

Tulian Lake

Tulian Lake is an alpine lake located near Pahalgam in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. It lies at an altitude of 3,684 metres above sea level, 16 kilometres southwest from Pahalgam and 11 kilometres from Baisaran. The lake often has chunks of ice floating in it. You can also access the place from Pahalgam which is only 16 km away from the Lake. The Baisaran trail as it is only 11 km away from Tulian Lake.