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Unexplored Tour

When you think of Kashmir, your mind probably wanders to Gulmarg or Srinagar. Those are your typical tourist sites, and we’re not going to lie: they’re both pretty beautiful. However, there are some hidden gems in the state of Kashmir that will surely have your heart taken away by them, and they are in some ways better than what is most popular. These are the destinations where you can enjoy Kashmir’s real beauty while being away from the hordes of tourists. We just compiled a list of the best and our favorite offbeat destinations which we love to visit in Kashmir.

Lolab Valley

Lolab Valley is a unique, oval-shaped valley which is located between Kashmir and Neelum Valleys in the Kupwara District. This valley is remotely located and being cut off from the rest of the more famous tourist spots, it offers travelers a chance to relax and detox amidst beautiful surroundings.

There are dense forests here too where you can encounter varieties of flora and fauna. Satbaran is an ancient stone-carved architecture here, which many people believe is said to be made by the Pandavas of the Mahabharata, and according to some locals and legends, these caves have tunnels which lead to Russia and other Central Asian countries.

Many say that these caves were used when Kashmir Valley was completely covered in snow, to escape from harsh weather conditions.

Tulian Lake

When we say that this lake looks something straight out of a magical tale, we mean it. Located at Pahalgam, in the Anantnag District of Jammu and Kashmir is Tulian Lake which lies at an altitude of 3,684mts and is one of the best offbeat places in Kashmir.

The lake is located between two Himalayan mountain ranges of Pir Panjal and Zanskar which makes it really unique. There is a trek to Tulian Lake which is somewhat grueling, but it will lead you to this magical lake which will take all your tiredness away.

This trek can be done by beginners and the trek route goes through Kashmir Valley and Baisaran. There are snow-capped peaks surrounding the lake which adds to the charm of the place, the colour of the water is turquoise blue makes the views really surreal.

Sinthan Top

It is a mountain pass, located amidst Breng Valley which is in South Kashmir, and Kishtwar in Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir. Sinthan Top is easily accessible from Srinagar, which takes around 4-5 hours by car.

Sinthan Top has no local population, shepherds from adjoining places like Duksum, Kokernag, and tourists and people working in the tourism industry may stay overnight in tents. There is a spot here which is called ‘360 Degree View’ from where you can see areas of both Jammu and Kashmir divisions.

It is also increasingly becoming popular for mountaineering, skiing, and trekking amongst adventure enthusiasts.

Doodh Ganga

Doodh Ganga is a river that flows through Yusmarg, and the water appears milky in colour, hence the name “Doodh Ganga”. This river has a good population of trout fishes, making it one of the best locations in Kashmir for fishing and angling.

You can even have a picnic or a cookout amongst the lush green meadows of the river’s bank, which makes it an ideal spot for family and friends.

Nilnag Lake

Nilnag Lake is a high-altitude lake which is located near Yusmarg Valley and is one of the best offbeat places to visit in Kashmir. The lake has stunning blue water, picturesque pine trees and snow-capped mountain vistas which makes this place one of the best offbeat places to visit in

You can even hike through the forests near the Nilnag lake which leads you to some beautiful never-seen-before spots.


Chatpal is often known as “Mini-Pahalgam” and rightly so as it has all the fine details and accompanying the natural beauty of Pahalgam and is one of the most offbeat and best places to visit in Kashmir. It is surrounded by mountains on all sides and the trail from the nearby woods connects it to the Kashmir Valley.

The town is free of crowds and you will get to experience and indulge in nature without any interruptions whatsoever. There are some famous places nearby which you can visit from Chatpal which are Aharbal waterfall, Sonmarg, Lolab valley, Gulmarg, Martand temple, and Kishtwar National Park.


Located at an altitude of 2,438mts, Daksum is a natural scenic spot located in the green forests of Jammu and Kashmir at Anantnag-Semthan-Kishtwar road, making it one of the best offbeat places to visit in Kashmir.

While in Daksum, you should visit the Brengi River which is a beautiful river and where you can have a picnic with your family or friends as it is also a picnic spot popular amongst locals. You can even go on a hike to Dessu Village, which is located downstream of Brengi River where you can see various fruit trees and local life of the villagers.

These offbeat places are truly some of the best-hidden gems of Kashmir, and while visiting these places, you will experience the real culture and hospitality of the people of Kashmir and it will surely make you visit the state again.

Bangus Valley

Bangus Valley is a beautiful valley, located in the lap of Himalayan mountain ranges. Located at an elevation of about 10,000fts and spread over 300sq kms, this valley radiates divine energy with surreal scenery everywhere.

Bangus has been derived from two words, “Ban“ derived from Sanskrit word “ Van” which means forest and “Gus” meaning “Grass”, so it is a meadow with lush green wild grass. A small side valley, which is known as Lokut Bang (Small Bungus) lies in the north-eastern side of the main valley.

These valleys have stunning level green meadows surrounded by low lying mountains covered with dense pine forests (Budloo).

Warwan Valley

Warwan Valley is located in the Kishtwar District of Jammu and Kashmir and is probably one of the best offbeat places to visit in Kashmir. The valley is located at a height of 2,134mts and is bordered by Kashmir Valley in the North and Ladakh in the East.

Warwan Valley is one of the remotest valleys of Kashmir but it is famous for Warwan Valley Trek which is one of the most unique treks to do in India. The route of the trek takes you through some of the most stunning and surreal landscapes that Kashmir has to offer, right from barren lands and naked mountains to icy glaciers and wildflower meadows.