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Srinagar On Conde Nast’s Places To Visit In 2023

Srinagar On Conde Nast’s Places To Visit In 2023

SRINAGAR, (IANS) – India’s Srinagar makes it to the list of places to visit in Conde Nast Traveler’s, ‘The 23 Best Places to Go in 2023.’ The article describes Srinagar as, “an alluring and once hard-to-visit destination in the Kashmir Valley”… which, “is opening up for travelers in a big way in 2023, with new roadways making it easier than ever to get in and around.”

The list of places to visit in the valley:

Dal Lake

Known as “The Jewel of Srinagar,” Dal Lake is the most exquisite of sights to behold. It is surrounded by 26 square kilometers and in addition to the famous Shikara rides, living on a houseboat is also the experience of a lifetime. You can shop at the floating markets and take a leisurely cruise.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden

With the largest Tulip Garden in Asia, 74 acres in size, your best bet is to visit in March, April, and May. You can visit Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden anytime between 7.00 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. on all weekdays at just Rs 50 for adults and Rs 25 for children. Who needs Holland?

Aru Valley

If you enjoy activities and adventure, the Venice of the East has something for you. The greatest time to visit Aru Valley is from July to September when you can go hiking, fishing, and horseback riding without worrying about the weather. Aru Valley is in the Anantnag District.

Pari Mahal

Surrounded by lush green mountains, Pari Mahal was built in the mid-17th century by Dara Shikoh, son of Shah Jahan, it used to be the emperor’s summer retreat.

Dachigam National Park

Dachigam National Park is home to a diverse array of flora and animals. While strolling through the park, you may come across the critically endangered Kashmir stag (hangul), a red deer found in India, as well as musk deer, Himalayan black bears, and a variety of unusual Himalayan birds such as golden eagles, bearded vultures, red Togo pans, and koklass pheasants.

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