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Pantnitop is a well-known hill resort, set on a lovely plateau at an altitude of 2024 meters. Surrounded by thickly forested woodlands, it offers lovely picnic sites, tranquil treks, and stunning views of the Chenab basin’s mountainscape. In the winter, the resort is usually blanketed in snow, allowing for a variety of snow activities such as skiing. It is Jammu’s top tourist destination, with natural beauty, climate, pine forests, and lush greenery second to none.

Ban Ganga

The Banganga is a major tributary of the river Chenab and passes through Katra. The river originates on the Shivalik range’s southern slope. Ban means ‘arrow’ and it is said that ‘Vaishno Devi’ is said to have formed the tributary with an arrow and taken a bath in it.

Baba Dhansar

This beautiful natural temple of Lord Shiva is around 15 kilometers from Katra. It has a beautiful waterfall which falls from a good height and has a dark blue hue. The place is relatively untouched and is known for its natural caves. Water droplets fall at a consistent rate all year on a naturally created Shivling. During the Shivratri festival, a large fair is organized and is a great place to visit for nature lovers and worshippers of Lord Shiva.

Raghunath Temple

Raghunath Temple located in Jammu city has seven shrines, each with its own ‘Shikhara’ (shikhara, a Sanskrit word meaning mountain top). A portrait of Maharana Ranbir Singh and an icon of Lord Hanuman adorn the temple’s main entrance. The architectural beauty of Raghunath Temple provides glimpses of Mughal masonry. The sculptures and arches, which are exceptionally beautiful, draw everyone’s attention. The temple compound has a library with rare Sanskrit literature and manuscripts. Tourists come to this temple in vast numbers to pay their respects to the deity and to seek the Lord’s blessings.


The two small villages of Sana and Sar in the Jammu region, are known as Sanasar. These villages named after small local lakes, are 20 kilometers west of Patnitop on National Highway 1A. The Shanta Ridge is a local mountain range. Nag Shank Pal is honored in this 400-year-old shrine. The temple’s stones were not joined with mortar.

Tulian Lake

Tulian Lake is located 16 kilometers from Pahalgam at an elevation of around 3,353 meters. It is known for its serene surroundings, blueish-green lakes, and fantastic sightseeing opportunities due to its location between the Zanskar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges. To get to the lake, though, you’ll have to embark on a long trip known as the Tulian Lake Trek, which includes several difficult hills.