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Day :1 Jammu / Shivkhodi / Katra (110 Kms)

Arrive Jammu our company representative will meet and assist you for check in at Hotel. Take some rest. After that you can proceed for the darshan of famous and ancient Shiv Khori which covers a distance of 110 kms. Return back to Katra after darshan. Check into your Hotel. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Katra

Next day, wake up, have your breakfast and proceed for the darshan of Mata Vaishno Devi. Return back to Katra in the evening. Check into your Hotel and take some rest. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day :3 Katra / Patnitop (85 Kms)

Now, today after breakfast, you will be transferd to Patnitop by car that covers a distance of 85 kms. Enroute for the local sightseeing to Nag Temple and Padora Enclave. You can also hire a pony to take a trip through the pine trees and you will not forget to take a camera along with you. Evening free at leisure. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Patnitop/ Bhaderwah (90 Kms)`

Wake up, take your breakfast and you will be proceed to Bhaderwah which is also known as Mini Kashmir. Check into your Hotel. Evening free for you. Go to bed with sweet memories.

Day :5 Bhaderwah

Early morning after breakfast, visit at Jai Valley which is 40 kms away. It is a popular and adventurous spot for camping, Mount expedition, Para gliding etc. This valley is surrounded by thick deodar trees. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :6 Bhaderwah / Jammu (205 Kms)

Next day after breakfast, transfer to Jammu. Arrive Jammu, check into your Hotel. Visit for the local sightseeing in Jammu like Raghunath Temple, Amar Mahal, Bagh-e-Bahu etc. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day :7 Departure

In the morning, after breakfast, departure for Jammu railway station/airport for your onward destination. Tour ends.

Day :1 Jammu / Shivkhodi / Katra (110 Kms)

Reached Jammu and meet our assistance. Check into your Hotel. Take a rest. After that you can proceed for the darshan of famous and ancient Shiv Khori which covers a distance of 110 kms. Return back to Katra after darshan. Check into your Hotel. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Katra

Next day, wake up, have your breakfast and proceed for the darshan of Mata Vaishno Devi. Return back to Katra in the evening. Check into your Hotel and take a rest. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at bed.

Day :3 Katra / Patnitop (85 Kms)

Now, today after breakfast, you will be transfer to Patnitop by car that covers a distance of 85 kms. Enroute for the local sightseeing to Nag Temple and Padora Enclave. You can also hire a pony to take a trip through the pine trees and you will not forget to take a camera along with you. Evening free at leisure. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Patnitop/ Bhaderwah (90 Kms)`

Wake up, take your breakfast and you will be proceed to Bhaderwah which is also known as Mini Kashmir. Check into your Hotel. Evening free for you. Go to bed with sweet memories.

Day :5 Bhaderwah

Early morning after breakfast, visit at Jai Valley which is 40 kms away. It is a popular and adventurous spot for camping, Mount expedition, Para gliding etc. This valley is surrounded by thick deodar trees. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :6 Bhaderwah / Jammu (205 Kms)

Next day after breakfast, transfer to Jammu. Arrive Jammu, check into your Hotel. Visit for the local sightseeing in Jammu like Raghunath Temple, Amar Mahal, Bagh-e-Bahu etc. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day :7 Departure

In the morning, after breakfast, departure for Jammu railway station/airport for your onward destination. Tour ends.

Day :1 Jammu / Shivkhodi / Katra (110 Kms)

Reached Jammu and meet our assistance. Check into your Hotel. Take a rest. After that you can proceed for the darshan of famous and ancient Shiv Khori which covers a distance of 110 kms. Return back to Katra after darshan. Check into your Hotel. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Katra

Next day, wake up, have your breakfast and proceed for the darshan of Mata Vaishno Devi. Return back to Katra in the evening. Check into your Hotel and take a rest. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at bed.

Day :3 Katra / Patnitop (85 Kms)

Now, today after breakfast, you will be transfer to Patnitop by car that covers a distance of 85 kms. Enroute for the local sightseeing to Nag Temple and Padora Enclave. You can also hire a pony to take a trip through the pine trees and you will not forget to take a camera along with you. Evening free at leisure. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Patnitop/ Bhaderwah (90 Kms)`

Wake up, take your breakfast and you will be proceed to Bhaderwah which is also known as Mini Kashmir. Check into your Hotel. Evening free for you. Go to bed with sweet memories.

Day :5 Bhaderwah

Early morning after breakfast, visit at Jai Valley which is 40 kms away. It is a popular and adventurous spot for camping, Mount expedition, Para gliding etc. This valley is surrounded by thick deodar trees. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day :6 Bhaderwah / Jammu (205 Kms)

Next day after breakfast, transfer to Jammu. Arrive Jammu, check into your Hotel. Visit for the local sightseeing in Jammu like Raghunath Temple, Amar Mahal, Bagh-e-Bahu etc. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day :7 Departure

In the morning, after breakfast, departure for Jammu railway station/airport for your onward destination. Tour ends.

  • Airport Pick up and Drop Facilities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Sightseeing & City tour
  • All applicable hotel/transport taxes
  • Mentioned Hotel or similar
      Hotel Ishan

      Hotel Ishan, Jammu and Kashmir

      (or similar hotel)

      Katra Bus Stand, Near Police Station, Katra Ho, Katra - 182301

      Duration

      3 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      Hotel Jai Shree

      Jai Shree Hotel, Jammu and Kashmir

      (or similar hotel)

      Jai Shree Hotel Padora Encl, Patnitop, Udhampur - 182142

      Duration

      1 Night

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      Hotel Surya

      Hotel Surya, Jammu and Kashmir

      (or similar hotel)

      Hotel Surya Jai Road, Bhaderwah

      Duration

      2 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah has many names and legends talk of this region with different names in different eras. In the Neelmat Puran in 6th century, it was known as ‘Bhogvati’, in Rajtarangi in 10th century Bhaderwah is referred as ‘Bhadravashka’, and lastly in Vasuki Puran in 12th century as ‘Bhadrashram’. Bhaderwah is now commonly known as ‘Chota Kashmir’ and by some legends attached to it as ‘Naagon ki Bhumi’ (Land of snakes). Spreading from Qabristan to Gatha and from Killa Mohalla to Gupt Ganga, Bhaderwah has grown into a popular tourist destination in past few years given the efforts of Gulam Nabi Azad. A lot of different versions of legend stories are attached to the formation of Bhaderwah linked to different emperors.

      ....Read more

      Patnitop

      Patnitop

      Patnitop is one of the famous tourist and adventure destinations in Jammu & Kashmir. Falling under the Udhampur district, Patnitop is located 35 kms from Udhampur on road connecting Udhampur to Srinagar. It is located at about 2,024 meters above the sea level and is one of most famous picnic spots too. Although not much of the old records of Patnitop’s existence are available, however a 600 year old ‘Nag Temple’ does hint on inhabitation during that time. Patnitop is believed to have derived its name from ‘Patan da Talab’ or ‘Pond of Princess’. Some part of this pond still exists near the local youth hostel. Every year a lot of trekking teams and excursions are planned from Patnitop to Amarnath Temple, Vaishno Devi and many other destinations.

      ....Read more

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Vaishno Devi is the most visited holy destinations of India. Every year many pilgrims from across the country and abroad come and visit this destination. Located in the town Katra, this destination is majorly famous for the Mata Vaishno Devi Temple located in the caves at the hills called ‘Trikuta Hills’, part of lower Himalayas. Pilgrims and tourists have to trek up the mountains, although now helicopter, carts, horse services are available for those who do not want to trek the hills. Till a few years ago, tourists would walk the entire path which was about 61 kms (from the Jammu airport) and today also some prefer walking down the entire route. Being the second most visited pilgrimage destination, VAISHNO Devi is well connected with other states and is equipped structurally to maintain tourists’ comfort. Given the high altitude, Vaishno Devi mostly has a cold weather around the year; however, summers are still better with temperature from 50 to 400 Celsius in contrast to temperature in winters from 00 to -240 Celsius. It is advised that visit to Vaishno Devi should be planned in the season of summer with no rainfall thereby ensuring a safer trip.

      ....Read more

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah has many names and legends talk of this region with different names in different eras. In the Neelmat Puran in 6th century, it was known as ‘Bhogvati’, in Rajtarangi in 10th century Bhaderwah is referred as ‘Bhadravashka’, and lastly in Vasuki Puran in 12th century as ‘Bhadrashram’. Bhaderwah is now commonly known as ‘Chota Kashmir’ and by some legends attached to it as ‘Naagon ki Bhumi’ (Land of snakes). Spreading from Qabristan to Gatha and from Killa Mohalla to Gupt Ganga, Bhaderwah has grown into a popular tourist destination in past few years given the efforts of Gulam Nabi Azad. A lot of different versions of legend stories are attached to the formation of Bhaderwah linked to different emperors.

      ....Read more

      Patnitop

      Patnitop

      Patnitop is one of the famous tourist and adventure destinations in Jammu & Kashmir. Falling under the Udhampur district, Patnitop is located 35 kms from Udhampur on road connecting Udhampur to Srinagar. It is located at about 2,024 meters above the sea level and is one of most famous picnic spots too. Although not much of the old records of Patnitop’s existence are available, however a 600 year old ‘Nag Temple’ does hint on inhabitation during that time. Patnitop is believed to have derived its name from ‘Patan da Talab’ or ‘Pond of Princess’. Some part of this pond still exists near the local youth hostel. Every year a lot of trekking teams and excursions are planned from Patnitop to Amarnath Temple, Vaishno Devi and many other destinations.

      ....Read more

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Vaishno Devi is the most visited holy destinations of India. Every year many pilgrims from across the country and abroad come and visit this destination. Located in the town Katra, this destination is majorly famous for the Mata Vaishno Devi Temple located in the caves at the hills called ‘Trikuta Hills’, part of lower Himalayas. Pilgrims and tourists have to trek up the mountains, although now helicopter, carts, horse services are available for those who do not want to trek the hills. Till a few years ago, tourists would walk the entire path which was about 61 kms (from the Jammu airport) and today also some prefer walking down the entire route. Being the second most visited pilgrimage destination, VAISHNO Devi is well connected with other states and is equipped structurally to maintain tourists’ comfort. Given the high altitude, Vaishno Devi mostly has a cold weather around the year; however, summers are still better with temperature from 50 to 400 Celsius in contrast to temperature in winters from 00 to -240 Celsius. It is advised that visit to Vaishno Devi should be planned in the season of summer with no rainfall thereby ensuring a safer trip.

      ....Read more

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah

      Bhaderwah has many names and legends talk of this region with different names in different eras. In the Neelmat Puran in 6th century, it was known as ‘Bhogvati’, in Rajtarangi in 10th century Bhaderwah is referred as ‘Bhadravashka’, and lastly in Vasuki Puran in 12th century as ‘Bhadrashram’. Bhaderwah is now commonly known as ‘Chota Kashmir’ and by some legends attached to it as ‘Naagon ki Bhumi’ (Land of snakes). Spreading from Qabristan to Gatha and from Killa Mohalla to Gupt Ganga, Bhaderwah has grown into a popular tourist destination in past few years given the efforts of Gulam Nabi Azad. A lot of different versions of legend stories are attached to the formation of Bhaderwah linked to different emperors.

      ....Read more

      Patnitop

      Patnitop

      Patnitop is one of the famous tourist and adventure destinations in Jammu & Kashmir. Falling under the Udhampur district, Patnitop is located 35 kms from Udhampur on road connecting Udhampur to Srinagar. It is located at about 2,024 meters above the sea level and is one of most famous picnic spots too. Although not much of the old records of Patnitop’s existence are available, however a 600 year old ‘Nag Temple’ does hint on inhabitation during that time. Patnitop is believed to have derived its name from ‘Patan da Talab’ or ‘Pond of Princess’. Some part of this pond still exists near the local youth hostel. Every year a lot of trekking teams and excursions are planned from Patnitop to Amarnath Temple, Vaishno Devi and many other destinations.

      ....Read more

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Katra Vaishno Devi

      Vaishno Devi is the most visited holy destinations of India. Every year many pilgrims from across the country and abroad come and visit this destination. Located in the town Katra, this destination is majorly famous for the Mata Vaishno Devi Temple located in the caves at the hills called ‘Trikuta Hills’, part of lower Himalayas. Pilgrims and tourists have to trek up the mountains, although now helicopter, carts, horse services are available for those who do not want to trek the hills. Till a few years ago, tourists would walk the entire path which was about 61 kms (from the Jammu airport) and today also some prefer walking down the entire route. Being the second most visited pilgrimage destination, VAISHNO Devi is well connected with other states and is equipped structurally to maintain tourists’ comfort. Given the high altitude, Vaishno Devi mostly has a cold weather around the year; however, summers are still better with temperature from 50 to 400 Celsius in contrast to temperature in winters from 00 to -240 Celsius. It is advised that visit to Vaishno Devi should be planned in the season of summer with no rainfall thereby ensuring a safer trip.

      ....Read more

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