Katra 2 Nights | Srinagar 4 Nights | Pahalgam 2 Nights| Jammu 1 Night
Depart for Jammu by 12704 Swaraj Express at 07.55 am from Bandra Terminus railway station. Full day train journey.
Arrive Jammu railway station at 02.40 pm. Proceed for Katra (2-3 hrs drive) Check into the hotel. Katra serves as the base for pilgrims who visit Vaishno Devi. O/n Katra.
Visit Mata Vaishno devi Yatra by walk or on pony (extra cost). O/n Katra
After breakfast proceed to Sonmarg (3 hrs drive). You can take a walk or Pony Ride (Own Expense) up to Thajwasa Glacier. Back to Srinagar by evening. O/n Srinagar
After breakfast visit Mughal Gardens like Shalimar Baug, Nishat Baug, Chashmeshahi Baug. Also visit Shankaracharya temple – Abode of Lord Shiva. Evening free for shopping and personal activities. O/n Srinagar.
After early breakfast proceed for Sonmarg (3 hrs drive). Sonmarg is also known as Meadows of Gold. You can take a walk / Pony ride (Extra cost) upto Thajwasa Glacier. Enjoy snow activities (own expenses). Back to Srinagar by evening. O/n Srinagar.
After breakfast proceed to Gulmarg (2-3 hrs). Reach Gulmarg and walk towards Gondola Cable Car ride - Highest and longest cable car ride in India with 2 phases (Own expenses). Back to Srinagar by evening. O/n Srinagar.
After breakfast proceed for Pahalgam (4-5 hrs drive). En route Awantipuram, Cricket Bat factory and witness Saffron farms on both sides of the road. Pahalgam is also known as ‘Valley of Shepherds’. O/n Pahalgam.
After breakfast visit Chandanwadi - Snow point by local union vehicle. Post lunch you can also visit Aru valley, Betaab valley, Baisaran valley by jeep or on pony at extra cost. Evening free for shopping and exploring local bazaar. O/n Pahalgam.
After breakfast proceed to Jammu (8-9 hrs drive). En route lunch at local restaurant. Reach Jammu by evening and check into the hotel. O/n Jammu.
After breakfast leave for Jammu Railway station to catch train at 09:30 a.m. O/n Train.
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