Jammu and Kashmir is situated in the northern most part of the India. Kashmir provides a series of a little inferior rigorous adventure sports, such as Water Skiing, on Srinagar's Dal and Nagin Lakes, a popular in the valley. Water trekking is considered to enjoyment anyone wanting to explore the valley in a boat. A Gondala, commonly known as Shikara, takes tourists along a five-day way along rivers and lakes located within the valley. In Kashmir trout fishing is additional water sport and fishing period in the summer. Ladakh provides very large chances for undertaking adventure process amidst landscapes of breathtaking, coarsed beauty. The main famous and best usual among these are trekking , mountaineering and river-rafting.
Gulmarg also has the world's uppermost green golf courses, as well as a clubhouse, which is a historical place in its own right. Kashmir Valley provides verdant golf courses at Srinagar and Gulmarg, where one can play golf all done the summer, stretching from April to November. Frontier by trees of Chinar and Pine, one may play for longer hours here than in the plains because of the lower temperatures and stimulating atmosphere. Logo Golf Balls
A series of rafting chances is obtainable on the Indus and its major tributaries. The main stretch for professionally guided runs in white water is on the Indus between Spituk and Saspol. Beyond Saspol, the river becomes complicated and funning it needs technically experted participants and careful organisation. Upward of Spituk, the Indus has the easiest stretch up to Karu, perfect for essential training and for day-return scenic floating for amateurs.
Jammu is the right place in the state where you can attend for aero-sports like hot air ballooning, Para gliding, populars activities that draw attention many adventure lovers here. There are various training camps that are start here for Para gliding. These camps also afford tourists with all the materiel's required. You can experience hot air ballooning in Sanasar valley and Zanskar, which have become really famous.
Water sports are the fun expression of Kashmir. The Dal and Nagin lakes in Srinagar and the Manasbal Lake, 32-km distance from Srinagar are the famous places for water-skiing. The biggest distance of the Dal, the Boddal, has individualy owned bathing boats which hire out motor launches, water-skies and trained guides. There are extra bathing boats at the Nagin Lake and also a government run Institute of Water Sports. The Nagin lake too has trained guides and is more famous because of its clean water.
Trekking possibilities involve short, daylong walks up and down mountain slopes to visit lonely villages or across a ridge to enjoy the sheer lovely of the lunar mountainscape. Trekking forms an complete part of the adventure sports flourishing in the hilly tracts of Jammu and Kashmir. However, Ladakh takes away the award of being a trekker`s paradise contempt of its nasty weather situations and snowfall. It is only currently that chance tourism has got its long-due concentration from the tourism industry but now, a important part of the tourists who visit Kashmir like to journey, if just to glimpse at its matchless natural beauty.
The skiing season in Gulmarg usually commences before Christmas (around middle of December) and continues till middle of April. In January-February, 1998 the first National Winter Games of India were held at Gulmarg, for which the facilities were enormously improved and upgraded. The resort acquired two Kasse Bohrer snow beating machines used for preparing skiing slopes, and five snowmobiles, which can be made available for going up the mountain. Good quality equipment, including skis, boots, sticks, gloves and goggles are available on hire on the spot from the Government-run ski shop. There are also trained instructors available for guiding the tourists.
Of all the places to visit in Jammu, the revered shrine of Vaishno Devi near Katra certainly stands at the top position. A visit to the shrine is experiential as well as equally sought after for religious experiences.
Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) announced that the annual pilgrimage (Yatra) to the Holy Cave Shrine of Shri Amarnathji shall commence on 2nd July, 2015, on the auspicious day of Purshotam Purnima as per the Hindu Calendar
BSF, which was raised on 1st Dec 1965, is guarding the borders with a commitment to promote a sense of security among the public, has diversified its role in order to contain insurgency in J & K and North-East.
"What actually i was expecting about Kashmir,in real it is Millions of times more enjoyable place.If anybody want to get experience of Live Heaven,then there is no such example of Heaven except Kashmir."- Team Member