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Words fall short when describing the beauty of Kashmir. The stunning beauty of its natural landscape has inspired numerous poets and artists. The snowcapped mountains, the serene lakes, flowering meadows and lush tree cover make it nothing short of Paradise. But most of all, Kashmir Tourism is renowned for its mesmerizing valleys. The land of Kashmir is endowed with numerous valleys that inspire awe in the hearts of every tourist. If you are planning to visit Kashmir soon, make sure to include some of these beautiful valleys of Kashmir in your Kashmir Tour Packages.

Betaab Valley

Nestled between Pahalgam and Chandanwadi, the charming Betaab Valley is located at a distance of 15 km from Pahalgam in the district of Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir. Given its surreal beauty, the stunning Betaab Valley has also served as a backdrop for many Bollywood movies. The valley is named after the hit Bollywood film Betaab, which was shot extensively at the valley. The lush green meadows and the snowcapped peaks of the Betaab Valley will surely leave you mesmerized.

Nagin Valley

The beautiful Nagin Valley is characterized by its lush alpine meadows and pristine lakes. Located just a few kilometres away from the India-Pakistan border, it is now open for tourists. Panoramic vistas await you at every corner of the Nagin Valley. The valley is also a great location if you want to enjoy nature activities such as trekking and camping.

Poonch Valley

The Poonch Valley is among the most beautiful places to visit in Kashmir. Surrounded by the Pir Panjal mountain range, the Poonch Valley features lush green meadows, alpine mountains and stunning natural lakes. Thousands of nature enthusiasts flock to the Poonch Valley to behold its pristine beauty. The Noori Chhamb waterfall and the seven lakes (Katorasar, Akaldakshni, Kaldachnisar, Nandansar, Sukhsar, Neelsar and Bhagsar) are the main attractions of the valley.

Suru Valley

The Suru Valley is a paradise in its own right. The valley owes its name to the beautiful Suru River, which is the tributary of the Indus River. Surrounded by the mighty Himalayan range, the valley offers stunning views during the springtime when the apple and apricot trees are in full bloom.