As part of Rover Travels’ Kashmir adventures, we introduce you to Aharbal, often referred to as Kashmir’s own ‘Niagara Falls’. Located in the Noorabad area of Kulgam district in Jammu and Kashmir, Aharbal is set on the banks of the Vishav River, a tributary of the Jehlum. the Aharbal Waterfall.
This stunning waterfall, although easily reachable and just about 70 kilometers from Srinagar, remains wonderfully peaceful, not attracting large crowds. Its outstanding beauty, though, deserves more attention. Join us on a journey to this less-explored but truly deserving spot, and experience its tranquil allure. Surrounded by beautiful pine and fir trees in peaceful valley, Aharbal is a nature lover’s dream. Just a couple of hours away from Srinagar, it’s an easy drive or bus ride through Shopian. Alternatively, you could also reach Aharbal via Kulgam. Come explore “Aharbal Waterfall” wonderful destination with Rover Travels.
Aharbal Waterfall source water comes from Kousar Nag An alpine lake located at an elevation of 3,500 meters above sea level This stunning waterfall, although easily reachable and just about 70 kilometers from Srinagar, is a hidden gem because most the tourists miss opportunity to visit this majestic waterfall, thus giving a serene and calm vibe about the place. Aharbal outstanding beauty, though, deserves more attention.
Join Rover Travels on a journey to this less explored but truly mesmerizing destination, and experience its charismatic attraction. Surrounded by beautiful pine and fir trees in peaceful valley, Aharbal is a nature lover’s dream. Just a couple of hours away from Srinagar, it’s an easy drive or bus ride through Shopian. Alternatively, you could also reach Aharbal via Kulgam. Come explore “Aharbal Waterfall” wonderful destination with Rover Travels.
Rover Travels brings to you winter in Aharbal. You might wonder if the waterfall freezes in winter. Even during the coldest times, the river keeps flowing, and the waterfall remains active
Sure, there’ll be snow on the river banks and in the Aharbal village, but you’ll still see water rushing through the gorge.
If you’re planning to visit Aharbal in winter, the journey remains the same as I explained earlier. But, it’s smart to check the road conditions before leaving Srinagar. Heavy snowfall can sometimes close the roads.
Typically, the road up to Kulgam is open all year. However, during January and February, if there’s heavy snowfall, getting to Aharbal from Shopian or Kulgam might be difficult. Always stay updated and plan your journey accordingly with Rover Travels, and enjoy the enchanting beauty of Aharbal in winter.
Get welcomed at Srinagar Airport and be taken to your Hotel/House Boat. Spend your evening enjoying a delightful shikara ride on Dal Lake. Stay overnight.
After breakfast, explore the beauty of Mughal Gardens, including Nishat, Shalimar, Chashmai Shahi, Pari Mahal. You’ll also visit the Botanical Garden, Hari Parbat, Hazarat Bal, and Old City of Srinagar. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Set off to Gulmarg, a hill station renowned for its scenic beauty and skiing. Spend the night here soaking up the serene environment.
Accommodation: Hotel At Banks Of Dal Lake.
Post-lunch, head to Sonmarg, the ‘Valley of Gold,’ known for its stunning landscapes and cool climate. Stay overnight here.
After breakfast, we’ll take you to Pahalgam, a beautiful tourist town filled with natural beauty. Stay here for the night.
Spend the day exploring the mesmerizing spots of Pahalgam like Aru valley, Baisaran valley, Betab Valley, etc. It’s also a popular camp for the Amarnath Yatra. Overnight stay in Pahalgam.
Head to Aharbal, famous for its waterfall, Aharbal Falls, often called the ‘Niagara Falls of Kashmir.’ Enjoy the view of the rushing waters and the tranquil surroundings.
On the final day, we’ll take you back to Srinagar International Airport for your onward journey. Have a safe trip!
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