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Srinagar due to its location amid the Kashmir Valley experiences moderate summers and harsh winter season. The summer months from May to August are moderate and pleasant with maximum temperatures in the range of 25-30 degrees Celsius. The monsoon rains lash the valley in August and September brining cold winds dropping the temperatures between 10-15 degrees Celsius. The winter months from October to March are cold and chilly with temperatures reaching below the freezing point in December and January. The best time to visit Srinagar is in the summer months between June and September.

How To Reach

By Road:

Srinagar is well connected by National Highway 1a from New Delhi (873 Kms) via Jammu. Driving to Srinagar is one of the most convenient options. Jammu is connected to Srinagar by the Jawahar tunnel which gets blocked during winter season due to heavy snow fall. Kashmir state transport corporation has a regular influx of tourist’s buses plying between Jammu (290 Kms) and Srinagar.

By Air:

The domestic airport of Srinagar connects the city with all major Indian cities and towns including national capital of New Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh and Amritsar. Cabs and buses are freely available at the Srinagar airport to visit various excursions around the city.

By Rail:

Srinagar does not have a dedicated railway station and the closest railway station is the ones located in Jammu (290 Kms). Jammu railway station is well connected to all parts of India with regular train services from Mumbai (Swarak Exp), New Delhi and Kolkata. Local buses and taxis are freely available at the Jammu railway station to reach Srinagar


Located in the heart of the Kashmir Valley, Srinagar is the capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Known for its immensely beautiful natural landscape amid the magnificent Himalayan mountain ranges, Srinagar attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. Located on the banks of Jhelum River, Srinagar is an epitome of natural beauty along with a host of ancient temples, mosques and beautiful gardens. House boats plying on the Dal Lake of Srinagar is one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Srinagar city.


With its enchanting lakes and shikaras, Srinagar is the most popular tourist destinations attracting nature lovers, photography enthusiasts and adventure sport lovers alike. Located at an elevation of 1730 meters above sea level, Srinagar is surrounded by Karakoram,Zanskar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges. Taking rides across the beautiful Dal Lake with the backdrop of the majestic slow clad Himalayas is indeed an unforgettable experience.

Shikara rides can be taken in one of the circuits from Nehru Park past Hazratbal, Nagin, Rainawari and back. The interesting part of Shikara rides in Srinagar is the floating gardens, during the rides; you will get to see the most wonderful sights of the floating gardens, which are either vegetables or flowers. 

The cost of the ride is reasonable taking Rs 300 for 1 hour ride and Rs 200 for 30 mins ride. If you wish you can negotiate and extend it for more time.


The lovely landscapes, snow-clad peaks, lush green gardens of Srinagar make it a perfect holiday destination attracting tourists, honeymooners and adventure sport enthusiasts alike. Shopping enthusiasts are recommended to gorge on the famous Kashmir Saffron which is one of the most expensive herbs and unique to the Kashmir Valley. No visit to Srinagar is complete without enjoying the mouth water local delicacies including the famous Kashmiri Pulo, Wazwan and Rogan Josh.


Being a central hub of tourist attraction in Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar has a wide range of accommodation options catering to the needs of all kinds of travelers. The pristine valleys, lovely gardens and Lakes of Srinagar offer a magical holiday close to the natural flora making it one of the most unforgettable holidays for most tourists.