Kashmir is known for its regular magnificence as well as various different things moreover. One of them is experience tourism. Indeed, enterprise tourism in Kashmir is one of the real draws for the vacationers. A variety of choices exists in the valley for the enterprise cherishing guests. A portion of the spots in the valley where the enterprise sports offices are accessible are Gulmarg, Sonmarg, Pahalgam, Drass, and so on. The mountain ranges and in addition the spouting waterways of the valley give plenteous chances to enterprise tourism in Kashmir. The test of the turbulent waterways is no not exactly that of the rough mountains. The cold statures of the Himalayas are the wellspring of some of India's powerful streams. Sustained by endless streams they race along convoluted rock strewn beds, cutting profound canyons and breaking into shimmering white rapids.
We do not remember days, we remember moments.
With the multifaceted system of mountain waterways moving through a horde of diverse shades of rough canyons, woods, blooms and high mountain towns, the Lidder River Pahalgam give perfect areas to the ideal water experience.
The game of white water stream rafting brings for a triumph over the quick whirling waterway as it spouts past fabulous mountains. It is rehearsed for the most part in the upper spans where the water is wild and white as it foams and froths, slamming against slender canyons, rough outcrops and falls at profound slopes.
Skiing is considered to be one of the prime extreme sports in the adventurous sport, but water skiing is something that allows a water sport lover to make a splash at the oceanic depths of the sea world. It is just like surfing in many ways, here too you do get to balance on the ski board, but a strong sensory power is also required here.
Water skiing, Canoeing and Kayaking in world famous Dal and Nigeen Lakes.White Water Rafting in Sind and Lidder rivers. Fishing or Angling in Trout fishing farms, Dal and Nigeen Lakes and other wet lands. Water Safari in Dal, Nigeen, Manasbal & Wular lakes and Jehlum River.