The overwhelming fact that Kashmir is inextricably linked to people’s happy and pleasant memories is evidenced by a large number of visitors to the valley from all across the nation. If we remove Kashmir from these recollections, where they acquire their ultimate form, the memories become meaningless. There is more to Kashmir than what first meets the eye because it has everything to offer guests and enhances the beauty of their stay. Although Kashmir previously had a strong international following, this attraction has grown over the past few years, and the effects are now in plain sight.
Although it is unknown how many people were drawn to the magnificent beauty of the mustard fields, it is known from official statistics that about 2.5 lakh people visited Asia’s largest tulip garden, and more are anticipated to be spellbound in the days to come. The administration was inspired to create a tulip garden in Sanasar by the success of the one in Srinagar, which is currently the first of its kind in the Jammu division. The key takeaway is that in addition to assuring the growth of the tourism industry, Kashmir’s natural beauty is also causing several other changes in parts of the UT that previously attracted few tourists.
Kashmir remains an undiscovered dream location despite decades of exploration. A targeted look at Kashmir’s breathtaking scenery would reveal more such sites and spots that may be exploited as part of a strategy to expand the Valley’s tourism industry. It truly is a dream destination, with everything from the breathtaking beauty of its snow-capped mountains and majestic rivers to the tranquil valleys and picturesque villages. However, it should be noted that Kashmir’s cultural and heritage aspects of tourism are still under-explored, necessitating an immediate focus from policymakers because these are the areas where we could do more in the name of tourism to attract more tourists not only from across the country but around the world.
With its snow-capped mountains, verdant valleys, and the calm waters of the Dal Lake, Kashmir is like a breathtaking painting. It is undoubtedly a location of magnificent beauty and picturesque environment; one of unmatched beauty and charm that leaves visitors constantly in amazement and astonishment. Kashmir is beckoning you to immerse yourself in its timeless splendour and forget the troubles of life for a while. Kashmir awaits your arrival!
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