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The hill town of Pahalgam in Kashmir is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state, and for good reason. From picturesque locales to luxurious retreats, camping avenues and the thrill of adventure – the destination offer a complete experiential package to its visitors. However, the huge influx of tourists has led to a great deal of commercialisation, which can be quite the dampener for your holiday mood. Based on a recent trip to the town and its surroundings, here are some tips for Pahalgam sightseeing to make sure you get the most out of your trip: Put Tulian Lake on Your Pahalgam Sightseeing List Nestled between Zanskar and Pir Panjal ranges, the Tulian Lake, situated about 16 km from Pahalgam is an unforgettable delight to behold. Getting to this remote lake from Pahalgam involves a day-long trek, leading you to an altitude of 3,684 metres. The treks…

A picturesque hill town, with a breezy, frothy river flowing steadfast beside it, large patches of lush green meadows peeping through a thick cover of towering pine trees, a pleasant nip in the weather, and air so fresh you can feel it cleanse your city-riddled insides – a trip to Pahalgam Kashmir offers the perfect antidote to the stuffy, sweaty days of summer. So, after spending two atrocious weeks moving houses, we jet-setted straight to this haven of all things charming and beautiful. Here’s a glimpse into our two-day trip to Pahalgam Kashmir: Srinagar to Pahalgam After landing in Srinagar and spending the night there, we started off for Pahalgam in the morning. There are two approaches to get from Srinagar to Pahalgam – via Awantipora and via Anantnag. We settled for the latter since it runs mainly through national highways and Google Maps recommended it as the shorter route.…