Exploring Hidden Treasures! 9 Offbeat Places In Kashmir

30 May 24



A lush, green meadow close to Srinagar, Doodhpathari is an inverted bowl that is white in the winter and green in the summer.


Kokernag, a hidden gem in the Anantnag District, is home to the largest trout fishery in Asia. Its unusual "hen-like" structure creates a massive spring cascade.

Nubra Valley

In Jammu and Kashmir's Leh region, Nubra Valley is among the most breathtaking locations. It features the Rivers Shyok and Nubra, red-golden monasteries, and scenery that resembles paintings only.


One of the primary sources of the River Jhelum is Verinag, a lesser-known tourist destination in the Anantnag District. It is nearly halfway between Srinagar and Pahalgam.


Featuring rolling green meadows against a backdrop of pines and an 11-kilometre hike to a frozen lake, Yusmarg is sure to arouse your inner wanderlust!


Unspoiled hills and forests, a pristine spring meandering through the valley, and the refreshing mountain air nearly transform Chatpal into a near-perfect replica of Pahalgam.

Lolab Valley

This valley, known for its heavenly beauty, will undoubtedly win you over. Everyone can observe the captivating natural surroundings, which include meadows, lakes, orchards, paddy fields, and springs.

Bangus Valley

It's a secret location with unspoiled scenery that will captivate you. The valley is situated near the border where Pakistan and India share control.


With its coniferous forests, streams, and lush meadows, it's a trekker's dream come true. This location offers the ideal space for the body, mind, and soul to rest.

Sinthan Top

This location will captivate your thoughts. It is covered in mountains, lakes, and dense pine forests. This is where nature looks its best, and the mountaintop overlooks two distinct valleys.

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