With tranquil lakes, mountains and valleys, Kashmir has rightly been quoted as the ‘paradise on earth’ by ancient scholars to modern philosophers. Its nonpareil natural beauty is truly blessed by Mother Nature. In fact, this remarkably beautiful place is a many-faceted diamond that changes its shine with different seasons. Whether it’s summer, winter, spring or autumn, every season has is extravagantly beautiful. Therefore, Kashmir is often referred to as a year round destination. If you are planning a holiday in India than choosing any of the season tour to Kashmir is a good option. Read on to this article and get to know more about the different seasons and their appearance of each in Kashmir.
Spring arrives in Kashmir from the month of March to May. It is the time when the land is covered with a carpet of colorful flowers, especially the Tulips. The climate remains pleasant with temperature ranging from 6 to 23 degree centigrade. Besides, the blossoms of different flowers, it is also the time when nature bedecks the valley with fruits like to include cherry, almond, apple, pears, peach, pansies, daisies, narcissi and many more. If you enjoy the fresh look and the fragrance of nature with colorful flowers and fruits, spring is the time!
Kashmir enjoys summers during the months of June to August. During summers, the melting snow of mountains fills the rivers with streaming water and the valley again revives its beauty with lush greenery. In fact, most domestic travelers rush to Kashmir to get relief from the scorching sun and enjoy a fun-filled vacation in the valley. The major highlights of summer in Kashmir include the floating gardens and a Shikara ride on the Dal Lake, trekking in Himalayas, golfing at high altitude golf-course, trout fishing, bird watching and the Amarnath holy cave Yatra (only if one wants to). If you are one of those who love to enjoy sightseeing with family and friends, then summer is the time!
After summer, arrives the autumn season when the green leaves turn golden and the green valley take the appearance of golden heaven. Autumn remains here from September to November. In fact, the golden turns russet and red as it grows. The Chinars shed their leaves a trail of golden mellowed leaves. This season brings a range of fruits and dry fruits such as apple, apricots, almonds, pears and walnuts. However, the most famous highlight of autumn in Kashmir is the saffron fields of Pampore and the harvesting of saffron. If you are a nature lover who enjoys quiet time, book tour to Kashmir during the time.
Winter is the time for people who love to enjoy the snow. It begins from December and ends in February in Kashmir. The valley tends to hibernate and gets covered with layers of snow. In fact, during winters Kashmir becomes an ideal destination for winter sports enthusiasts and honeymooners. In the snow, you can enjoy skiing at Gulmarg, ice-skating on frozen Dal Lake. So, if you are an adventure lover, winter is the time to enjoy a stay in Kashmir.