Coolest Kashmir Tour Packages From Kerala



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Explore Kashmir, the “Paradise on Earth,” known for its stunning landscapes and rich culture: picture snow-covered mountains, serene lakes like Dal and Wular, and the meandering Lidder River. In Srinagar, visit Mughal Gardens and experience staying in houseboats on Dal Lake.

For adventure, Gulmarg offers skiing, and Pahalgam has excellent trekking trails. Discover Kashmir’s diverse culture through crafts, delicious dishes like Rogan Josh, and warm hospitality. Enjoy Shikara rides on Dal Lake and explore floating markets.

Our curated itineraries ensure a smooth journey with guided tours, unique experiences, and 24/7 support. Join SotoGo for a fantastic adventure where the magic of Kashmir unfolds, creating lasting memories.


rinagar: Welcome to the heavenly Kashmir

  • Night at Houseboat
  • Nehru Park
  • Shikara Ride

Srinagar, Pahalgam: Leisure day at Pahalgam

  • Martand Temple
  • River Rafting
  •  Betaab Valley

Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Srinagar: Day excursion to Gulmarg

  • Gondola Ride
  • Nature walks
  • Bird Watching

Srinagar, Sonamarg: A day out in Sonamarg - The meadow of gold

  • Thajiwas Glacier
  • Temple Tour
  • Ganderbal

Departure from Srinagar


The inclusions in our Kashmir Tour Packages from Kerala are:
  • Accommodation
  • Transportation
  • Guided Tours
  • Culinary Delights
  • Exclusive Experiences      
  • Itinerary Assistance
  • 24/7 Customer Support
The exclusions in our Kashmir Tour Packages From Kerala are:
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions. 
  • Entrance fees/Extra activities
  • Entrance fees, Charges for Activities
  • Inner wildlife permit
  • Camera Costs, Activity Fees & all other personal expenditures ·      
  • Early Check-in/ Late Checkout and any Extra Meals

Why Choose Kashmir?

Opting for Kashmir as a travel spot presents a chance to witness nature’s mesmerising beauty and explore its cultural diversity. Set amidst the Himalayas, Kashmir presents an unparalleled canvas of breathtaking landscapes—snow-capped peaks, verdant valleys, and shimmering lakes like Dal and Wular. 

The meticulously crafted Mughal Gardens, remnants of a regal past, stand as testaments to architectural brilliance. Staying in the iconic houseboats on Dal Lake is an experience that intertwines tranquillity with vibrant local life. Adventure beckons with skiing in Gulmarg, trekking trails, and river rafting. 

Amidst historical landmarks and spiritual sites, the region’s cultural richness unfolds through its handicrafts, flavorful cuisine, and warm hospitality. Kashmir’s allure lies in its picturesque vistas and the depth of experiences—a serene shikara ride, exploring bustling markets, and capturing moments of sheer beauty. 

Despite occasional complexities, Kashmir retains its serene charm, inviting travellers into a world where nature’s grandeur and cultural heritage weave an unforgettable tapestry.

Five Attractive Spots In Kashmir

Dal Lake, Srinagar: Known for its iconic houseboats, Shikara rides, and floating gardens, it offers a serene experience amidst stunning mountain views.

Gulmarg: A popular skiing destination in winter and a lush meadow in summer, Gulmarg boasts breathtaking landscapes, the Gulmarg Gondola (one of the highest cable cars), and opportunities for trekking and golfing.

Pahalgam: Alpine forests, meadows, and the Lidder River surround this picturesque town. It serves as a base for treks to places like Aru Valley, Betaab Valley, and Chandanwari.

Sonamarg: It is also known as the “Meadow of Gold,” is a picturesque destination that provides breathtaking vistas of snow-covered peaks, glaciers, and trekking paths, including the popular Thajiwas 

Glacier Mughal Gardens: Explore beautifully designed gardens in Srinagar, like Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, and Chashme Shahi, showcasing Mughal-era horticulture and design.

Each spot offers unique charm, from natural beauty to historical significance, making Kashmir a destination with diverse travel experiences. 

Food in Kashmir

Kashmiri cuisine is rich and flavorful, known for its aromatic spices and unique dishes. Some must-try Kashmiri delicacies include:

Rogan Josh: It is a popular dish made with tender lamb in a gravy of yoghurt, saffron, and Kashmiri spices, giving it a vibrant red colour.

Yakhni: A yoghurt-based curry typically made with either chicken or mutton, infused with subtle flavours of fennel, cardamom, and ginger.

Gushtaba: Soft meatballs made from minced mutton cooked in a flavorful yoghurt-based gravy, often served in a traditional feast. 

Kashmiri Pulao: This rice dish has a delightful aroma. They make it with saffron and dry fruits such as almonds, cashews, and occasionally sweeteners with a touch of sugar.

Kashmiri Tea (Kahwa): A traditional green tea infused with saffron, cardamom, cinnamon, and nuts, known for its refreshing taste and aroma.

Shufta: A sweet dessert made with dry fruits, coconut, and spices, often prepared during festivals or special occasions.

These dishes showcase Kashmir’s unique flavours and culinary heritage, offering a delightful experience for food enthusiasts.

Perfect Time To Visit Kashmir

The best time to visit Kashmir depends on your preferences and the experiences you seek:

Spring (March to May): This period brings blooming flowers, particularly the famous tulips, to the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in Srinagar. The weather is delightful, perfect for exploring tourist attractions and participating in outdoor recreational activities.

Summer (June to August): Summer offers comfortable weather in the valleys, with temperatures not too hot. It’s perfect for exploring the lush green landscapes and enjoying outdoor activities.

Autumn (September to November): Kashmir’s autumn is renowned for its vibrant hues as the trees change colours, especially in places like Pahalgam and Gulmarg. It’s a picturesque time for photography enthusiasts.

Winter (December to February):   Winter turns Kashmir into a snow-covered wonderland, especially in places like Gulmarg and Sonamarg, perfect for skiing, snowboarding, and enjoying the snowfall. Srinagar also offers the enchanting experience of staying in houseboats on a frozen Dal Lake.

Choose the time based on your interests: for blossoms and moderate weather, visit in spring; for lush greenery, opt for summer; for vibrant autumn colours, choose the fall season; and for snow activities, winter is ideal.

Things To Pack

  • Warm clothing, including heavy jackets, thermal wear, and woollen sweaters
  • Comfortable walking shoes or snow boots
  • Waterproof gloves, hats, and scarves for protection against cold weather
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses for sun protection, especially in snowy areas
  • Camera to capture the breathtaking landscapes
  • Power bank for charging electronic devices
  • Personal medications and a basic first-aid kit
  • Water bottle to stay hydrated
  • Snacks or energy bars for the journey
  • Suitable backpack or daypack for day trips and excursions

Terms and Conditions

The terms and conditions of our Kashmir Tour Packages from Kerala are:

Booking and Payment

  • You must pay a non-refundable deposit to secure your spot. 
  • Pay the rest before your tour starts through the methods on our website.

Cancellation Policy:

  •  If you need to cancel, write to us. 
  • Cancelling close to your tour date incurs fees, and early cancellation increases the chances of refunds.

Changes to Itinerary

  • We might need to change the plan due to unexpected situations. We’ll tell you about any changes ASAP. 
  • We’re not responsible if something beyond our control, like natural disasters or government rules, affects the tour.

Travel Insurance

  • We recommend having travel insurance covering medical issues,
  • cancellations, and unexpected events.

Your Health and Fitness

  • Make sure you’re fit for the tour. Tell us about any health conditions before booking.


  • Unless we say otherwise, rooms are for two. If you want a room for yourself, there might be an extra cost.

Getting Around

  • We’ll arrange transportation as per the plan. 
  • We don’t believe that delays by others are our fault.

Our Responsibility

  • We organise the tour but aren’t responsible for issues caused by others. 
  • Keep an eye on your stuff; we’re not liable for losses.

How to Behave

  • Be respectful to everyone.


  •  If you have a problem during the tour, tell your guide or us immediately so we can fix it.

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