1. Srinagar 

– Dal Lake: Enjoy a shikara ride on this picturesque lake and explore the floating gardens and houseboats. – Nishat Bagh and Shalimar Bagh: Mughal gardens offering stunning views of the Zabarwan Range and Dal Lake.

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2. Gulmarg 

– Gulmarg Gondola: One of the highest cable cars in the world, offering breathtaking views of the snow-covered peaks.

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3. Pahalgam 

– Betaab Valley: Named after the Bollywood movie "Betaab," it is known for its lush greenery and crystal-clear streams.

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4. Jammu 

– Vaishno Devi Temple: A sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Vaishno Devi, attracting millions of pilgrims annually.

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5. Leh-Ladakh 

– Pangong Lake: A stunning high-altitude lake with ever-changing hues of blue. – Nubra Valley: Known for its dunes, double-humped camels, and monasteries.

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6. Sonamarg 

Thajiwas Glacier: A captivating glacier surrounded by lush meadows, accessible via a short trek. 

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7. Dachigam National Park 

Home to the endangered Hangul deer, this national park is known for its diverse wildlife. 

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8. Yusmarg 

A less-explored gem with meadows, dense forests, and the Doodh Ganga river. 

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9. Hemis 

Famous for the annual Hemis Festival, it is also home to the Hemis Monastery, the largest and wealthiest monastery in Ladakh. 

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10. Doodhpathri 

Known as the "Valley of Milk," this meadow is surrounded by dense forests and pristine streams.