Rehan Qayoom Mir
Srinagar, Nov 29 (KNO): A group of 1,200 tourists from Gujarat embarked on a delightful journey to Kashmir, leaving behind indelible memories of joy, happiness and cultural immersion.
The picturesque landscapes, the rich heritage, and the heartwarming hospitality of the Kashmiri people captivated the hearts of Gujarati tourists, leaving them spellbound.
Our journeys have taken us through the captivating landscapes of Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Doudpathri and beyond. We have also visited along the shores of Dal Lake and have admired the beauty of Srinagar, and wandered through the enchanting Mughal Gardens, the group said.
“Kashmir is a paradise on earth,” said one of the tourists. Speaking to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the tourist group said, the people here are so warm and welcoming and they have been treated with kindness and generosity.
Harish Shah, a tourist from Wapi, Gujarat, expressing his gratitude for the unforgettable experiences during their stay said, “We will never forget our time in Kashmir. The beauty of the mountains, the serenity of the lakes, and the vibrant culture have left us mesmerized.”
Sharing their experience, they said, “The people here are so genuine and pure-hearted. Their smiles and friendly gestures have made our trip truly special. We lost our bag during the trip in a vehicle, and the owner came to us and returned the bag.”
“We are so glad we came to Kashmir. It is a place that will forever hold a special place in our hearts,” said Sheetal Shah, one of the tourists.
Travel agents in Srinagar also told KNO that they had witnessed a huge flow of tourism bookings this autumn after many years, and the expected number of tourists arriving here will go very high.
Wahid Dar, a travel agent, added, “I have got a number of bookings so far and the tourists are coming in good numbers to the valley. I have got bookings for about the month of December as well.”—(KNO
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