Kashmir in April 2020 with Kids

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1. Posted by bookonboard (First Time Poster 1 posts) 37w Star this if you like it!

Hello!

Planning a trip in the 1st or 2nd week of April with Kids.

Current plan is Srinagar (2 nights), Sonmarg (1 night), Pahalgam (2 nights) and Gulmarg(1 night).

Looking for recommendations/fine tuning of itinerary.

Also, recommendations for

- travel from Sringar to the places mentioned.

- internal travel and guides at the places

Thanks in advance.

2. Posted by BreddGar (Budding Member 6 posts) 37w Star this if you like it!

Quoting bookonboard

Hello!

Planning a trip in the 1st or 2nd week of April with Kids.

Current plan is Srinagar (2 nights), Sonmarg (1 night), Pahalgam (2 nights) and Gulmarg(1 night).

Looking for recommendations/fine tuning of itinerary.

Also, recommendations for

- travel from Sringar to the places mentioned.

- internal travel and guides at the places

Thanks in advance.

Ohhh, in April I would not recommend traveling with children to Kashmir. Because in April there begins the heat and a lot of mosquitoes. It is better to go there with the children in March.

3. Posted by berner256 (Moderator 1407 posts) 37w Star this if you like it!

Others may disagree with the poster above. For example, there are more tours to the region in April than in March. Please do your own research, including weather conditions in the month you plan to visit. Weather in the first two weeks in April will be refreshing compared with the weather in Kolkata, where you live. Also note that there are significant changes in weather worldwide. Some weather Web sites have mosquito forecasts for places such as Pahalgam.

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5. Posted by Ray hammond (Budding Member 12 posts) 37w Star this if you like it!

I would never recommend you to visit Indian Occupied Kashmir because of the current political situations of India. I would rather suggest you to go to Azad Kashmir in Pakistan which is far more beautiful than the one in India.

6. Posted by AndyF (Moderator 2097 posts) 37w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Ray hammond

I would never recommend you to visit Indian Occupied Kashmir because of the current political situations of India. I would rather suggest you to go to Azad Kashmir in Pakistan which is far more beautiful than the one in India.

That's making it political, and probably not helpful when the OP is an Indian citizen.

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