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Srinagar Tour Packages

Srinagar, the summer seat of the government of the state of Jammu and Kashmir has long been one of Indiaâs most popular tourist destinations. In part, this has had to do with the multi-layered character of the city and its several attractions. And in part, this is because Srinagar serves as the base for the numerous places of interest and immense natural beauty that lie within Kashmir â and for most places, this remains the access point. Up to Indiaâs Independence in 1947, only the cream of the country traveled and holidayed in Kashmir. Then, within a few short years, there was a boom in tourism and this soon became the backbone of Srinagarâs economy and thousands of visitors thronged to the valley of which the Mughal Emperor, Jehangir is said to have remarked in the seventeenth century, "Agar Firdaus bar rue zameen ast, Hamin ast-o, hamin ast-o, hamin ast" - If there is a Paradise on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here.

Srinagar is built on both sides of the river, Jhelum. The old city has quite a different character to the wide spaces of the parks and boulevards and gives expression to the phrase âcheek by jowlâ; this part of the city with narrow streets and houses of exposed brick and elaborate timberwork â which includes half a dozen old bridges â is also the area where many craftsmen live and work; this includes most, if not all of the cityâs copper workers.

Srinagar, which lies in a valley, changes its character with every season. It gets snow-laden winds coming down from the hills fairly early in winter. The lakes practically freeze over and yet, some of the iconic houseboats tethered to the icy banks still function. The famous chinar trees and boulevards lined by poplars are stripped clean of their leaves and before rain and snow firmly hush them, they make for a remarkably noisy carpet that rustles and crunches at every step. The inner architecture and scaffolding of these magnificent trees now comes up for display with proud trunks and wiry branches. People move about with 'kangris' with clay bowls and frames of wicker, that hold smoldering bits of charcoal under heavy 'phirans', warm long tunics. In summer, Srinagar gets fairly hot and temperatures can touch 38 degrees Celsius. The numerous parks become the venue for evening promenades.

Popular Srinagar Packages

Srinagar Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
A Weekend in Gulmarg - Standard Rs 10,896 2 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Kashmir Leisure - Standard Rs 10,999 3 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
A Weekend in Gulmarg Deluxe Rs 13,196 2 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Kashmir Leisure - Deluxe Rs 15,999 3 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Blissful Srinagar Getaway - Standard Rs 10,896 2 Nights Meals , Flights , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • A Weekend in Gulmarg - Standard
    Gulmarg (1) Srinagar (1)

    A Weekend in Gulmarg - Standard

    Gulmarg (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.669

    Rs.10,896

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.326
  • Kashmir Leisure - Standard
    Srinagar (1) Srinagar (2)

    Kashmir Leisure - Standard

    Srinagar (1) Srinagar (2)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.675

    Rs.10,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.329
  • A Weekend in Gulmarg Deluxe
    Gulmarg (1) Srinagar (1)

    A Weekend in Gulmarg Deluxe

    Gulmarg (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.810

    Rs.13,196

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.395
  • Kashmir Leisure - Deluxe
    Srinagar (1) Srinagar (2)

    Kashmir Leisure - Deluxe

    Srinagar (1) Srinagar (2)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.983

    Rs.15,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.479
  • Blissful Srinagar Getaway - Standard
    Srinagar (2)

    Blissful Srinagar Getaway - Standard

    Srinagar (2)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.669

    Rs.10,896

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.326
  • Splendid Kashmir - Standard
    Srinagar (1) Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)

    Splendid Kashmir - Standard

    Srinagar (1) Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.860

    Rs.13,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.419
  • Splendid Kashmir - Deluxe
    Srinagar (1) Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)

    Splendid Kashmir - Deluxe

    Srinagar (1) Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,228

    Rs.19,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.599
  • Heart Of Kashmir - Standard
    Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)

    Heart Of Kashmir - Standard

    Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,004

    Rs.16,344

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.490
  • Heart Of Kashmir Deluxe
    Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)

    Heart Of Kashmir Deluxe

    Gulmarg (1) Pahalgam (1) Srinagar (1)
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.1,216

    Rs.19,794

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.593
  • Diversity of Ladakh - Ex Srinagar (Standard)
    Srinagar (1) Kargil (1) Leh (2) Nubra (1) Pangong (1) Leh (1)

    Diversity of Ladakh - Ex Srinagar (Standard)

    Srinagar (1) Kargil (1) Leh (2) Nubra (1) Pangong (1) Leh (1)
    Short Escape Tour of Ladakh this trip you will witness some of the most beautiful monasteries, while you are in the monastery you will get a birds eye of the spectacular Ladakh’s mountain range. The sky view of the Ladakh’s Valleys, Mountains and City is best viewed from high tops of the Monasteries and Palace, The drive to Khardung-la is a memorable one as you are going to the Highest Mountain Top in the world known as “K TOP” sightseeing of Leh Palace, Pathar Sahib Gompa, Charismatic Magnetic Hill, Hall of Fame museum, The World’s Highest motorable road KHARDUNGLA pass makes your holiday a memorable journey.
    • Meals

    • Optional

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.3,133

    Rs.50,999

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,529

Srinagar Packages FAQs

Q. What is the best season to travel to Srinagar?
A. Kashmir is gorgeous at all times of the year and looks remarkably different in every season. Summer, autumn, winter and spring are quite clearly defined in this hilly landscape. Come spring and the valley is bursting with delicate blossoms in every imaginable colour and the lush meadows carpet the hillside. Summer months are as refreshingly green, but it is the autumn that heralds the beginning of the fruit season as the orchards are heavy with apples and peaches. But for some snow and winter sports the months between December and February are ideal when the valley turns into a winter wonderland. While selecting from a host of Srinagar packages, choose the season you best prefer.


Q. How safe is it to travel to Srinagar?
A. It is wonderful that you are scouring Srinagar travel packages, but make sure you are aware of the situation on the ground in this volatile region. The city is often crippled by communal tension and you can get caught in a curfew or demonstration, worse still riots. Although it is largely peaceful these days, it is still best to check its political weather before planning your trip.


Q. What is the local mode of transportation in Srinagar?
A. The local transport is frankly best avoided because they are wholly unreliable. You will spot Mazda buses and Matadors on the street, and while they are good for getting around; they are inevitably packed to capacity, and tend to make one too many halts along the way. Plenty of auto-rickshaws around too, but they are quite expensive because they run on petrol and not CNG like in other parts of the country. Additionally, they don’t have a meter. Snow Cab is Kashmir’s version of radio taxi like Ola or Uber, only they cannot be booked with an app, and you need to call up the cab service to book your ride. Even these are pretty expensive.


Q. What are the adventure sports opportunities in Srinagar?
A. The lover of the outdoor can explore river rafting, paragliding, ice-skating, heli-skiing, trekking, camping, fishing, mountaineering, gondola rides and golfing on a trip to Kashmir. It is important to mention your preferences while choosing from a vast array of Srinagar tour packages.


Q. Which is the best time to visit the Tulip Garden in Srinagar?
A. Spring season is the best to visit the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden because it is the time the Tulip Festival kicks off showing off the gorgeous tulips, the hyacinths, and the daffodils in all their glory. With a view of the Dal Lake and against the backdrop of the Zabarwan Range, the Tulip Garden in Srinagar truly comes to life at this time of the year. To witness a gathering of tulip lovers and photography enthusiasts from around the world, visit in April when the Tulip Festival is in full swing.


Q. When is a good time to go boating on the Dal Lake in Srinagar?
A. The months between May and November are ideal to visit the Dal Lake and hop aboard a Shikara - Gondola boat, and explore the surrounding scenery, the Mughal Gardens and the elaborate pavilions fringing it. You can even choose to stay a few nights on a houseboat and experience breathtaking sunrises and life on this calm lake with its own raucous local life. Winter months are best avoided because the lake freezes and you cannot go sailing in it.


Q. Are there direct flights from Delhi to Srinagar?
A. There are multiple non-stop flights operating out of New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport to Kashmir’s Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, also called the Srinagar Airport. With an average flying duration of 1.5 hours, the operations between the two cities are provided by IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia, and GoAir. Flights are available at a great frequency through the morning and early evening between New Delhi and Srinagar.


Q. Is it safe to travel at night in Srinagar?
A. You had better avoid it if possible because some sections could be off-limits post sundown for security reasons, and there could be police checking on some routes. Landslides pose a threat to nighttime travel. It is better to travel around in the daytime when the visibility is much better, and the roads open.


Q. What are the timings of the local buses around in Srinagar?
A. The state transport buses ply between 05:00 am to 06:00 pm. The late night buses are usually privately-operated Volvo coaches.


Q. Are there enough ATMs in Srinagar or do I need to carry more cash on my travels?
A. There are several ATMs in Srinagar, and you do not have to rely on cash alone. But in Gulmarg and Pahalgam, it could be a touch difficult to chance upon frequent ATMs. So, before leaving Srinagar you are advised to carry sufficient cash for your trip further to these remoter hilly districts. And even if do find an ATM by SBI over there, it may not necessarily have cash on it.

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