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Places to Visit Near Dal Lake

Nishant Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Hazrat Bal, Nigeen Lake, Shankaracharya Garden, Jama Masjid Mosque and many more.

The Dal or the “Jewel in the Crown of Srinagar” is one of the most anticipated places for tourists, but beside it, there are many famous places to visit near Dal Lake which are equally pretty and scenic. These marvellous places include exquisite gardens like the Nishat Bagh and Chashme Shahi which are abundantly rich in their flora and lakes like Veri Nag and Nigeen Lake which are home to a wide variety of marine life. 

Many famous places to visit near Dal Lake have made a statement with their beauty and the biggest example of which is the Indira Gandhi Tulip Memorial, which happens to be the largest tulip garden sprawling nearly 74 acres. From the places of religious significance like the Hazrat Bal to the places of ancient architecture like the Shankaracharya temple, the places around this serene lake have made it  hotspot among the tourists. Whether you are planning to visit the Dal Lake or are spending a day living in its houseboats, you will easily find numerous touring options around which are worth a visit.

Here are some of the Places to Visit Near Dal Lake:

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Nishat Bagh

Nishat Bagh is the second biggest Mughal garden and has an exquisite architectural outlook, making it an ideal place to visit near Dal Lake. The garden is a living testimonial to what Mughal Gardens were and are part and parcel of. A beautiful terrace garden built on the eastern side of Dal Lake by Asif Khan, Nishat Bagh is the house of Persian lilacs and pansies with its water cascading terraces.

The name “Nishat Bagh” is symbolic of “garden of joy”and ''garden of delight”. With zabarwan mountains as its backdrop, the garden also gives a spectacular view of Dal lake and Pir Panjal mountain range.

Location :- Boulevard Road, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir

Timings :- 9am - 10:30pm

Price :- INR 10 per person

Best time to Visit:- March to June

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Shalimar Bagh

For an enchanting experience of finding nature in abundance, Shalimar Bagh is surely one of the perfect places to visit near the Dal Lake. Famously known as the “Crown of Srinagar”, Shalimar Bagh is an epitome of Mughal horticulture.

Linked through a channel to Dal Lake, Shalimar Bagh was a summer home for Mughal emperor Jahangir and his wife. Spread across thirty-one acres, Shalimar Bagh is also known as the “House of Love” and is an ideal spot for honeymooners. Encircled by tall trees of chinar and different hues of flowers, this Bagh welcomes the tourist with a serene and calming environment. 

Location:- Chinar Chowk, Shalimar Srinagar jammu and Kashmir 

Timings :- 9 am - 7 pm on all days 

Price:- INR 10 per person 

Best Time to Visit: Mid - February to Mid - April and September - October. 

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Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden

For travel bugs who want to explore the famous places to visit near Dal Lake, the Indira Gandhi tulip garden is a must visit. Home to 65 varieties of tulips and daffodils, hyacinth brought from Holland, and spreading across 74 acres, the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is Asia's largest tulip garden and is among the world’s five best tulip gardens.

The annual tulip festival is it’s major attraction , taking place at the onset of spring between the months of March and May and giving tourists a chance to enjoy beauty at its fullest. 

Location:- Cheshma Shahi Road, Rainawari, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 

Timings:- 8 am to 7 pm

Price :- INR 50 for adults and INR 25 for kids 

Best Time to Visit: March, April and May. 

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Hazrat Bal

An ideal pilgrimage place to visit near Dal lake, Hazrat Bagh is popularly known as “Dargah Sharif” or “Madinat-Us-Sani”. The Hazrat Bal shrine is considered to be the most divine muslim shrine in India. The name of the shrine is a combination of the Persian word Hazrat, meaning respected and the kashmiri word bal, meaning place.

Established by Inayat Begum, this silvery white mosque contains relic known as “Moi-e- Muqquadas” which is widely believed to be hair of Islamic prophet Muhammad. Earlier known as Ishrat jahan (or the pleasure house) it is the only domed mosque in Kashmir. To quench all the religious thirst, one can choose to visit the Hazrat Bal Shrine on the northern banks of Dal lake. 

Location:- Hazratbal Road, Hazratbal, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 

Timings:- 9:30 am to 5:30 pm 

Best Time to Visit: Throughout the year.

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Nigeen Lake

A “Nageena” in the heart of Srinagar is this eutrophic lake surrounded by Willow and Poplar trees around it. A major tourist attraction known for its pristine water, one can easily spot the floating shikaras of houseboats in the Nigeen Lake.

The lake has a tranquil effect on its visitors and the houseboat accommodation within it offers a unique travel experience to cherish for a lifetime. Adjacent to Hari Parbat hillock, though considered a different lake, it is connected to Dal via a narrow strait. it is indeed a jewel of Srinagar with amazing view of sunrise and sunset 

Location :- Next to Hari Parbat Hillock, Srinagar 

Timings :- 7 am - 8 pm

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Shankaracharya Temple

An ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Shankaracharya or Jyeshta Eshwara temple is situated on the top of the Shankaracharya Hills in the Zabarwan range of Srinagar. The tranquil surroundings of this temple fills one with great peace of mind and it was believed to have been visited by Adi Shankar in the 8th century.

The Holy abode can be reached by climbing a flight of 243 stairs, hence making it one of the serene places to visit near Dal Lake. The Hindu devotees make it a point to visit Shankaracharya during Amarnath yatra. The feature which stands out is the 20 feet tall octagonal base that supports the square building.no cameras and phones are allowed inside the temple. 

Location :- Boulevard Road, Opp Nehru Park, Durian, Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir 

Timings:- 8 am - 5 pm 

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Botanical Garden

Home to 15000 ornamental plants and offering a rare collection of Kashmiri tropical trees, Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden is a beautiful, well- manicured garden built in the memory of India’s first prime minister in 1969. Covering an area of 80 hectares in the foothills of Zabarwan mountain range, this garden offers a picturesque view of the Dal.

The garden is peaceful and blooms with vibrant colors of Kashmir's natural landscape, hence offering a blissful respite for visitors. The land is embellished by hedge grows of the hundreds of spices which add to the fervor of the landscape. The most promising feature is the central greenhouse with delicate Himalayan orchids grown with precision. 

Location :- Botanical Garden, Muja Gund Ghat, Srinagar 

Timings:- 9 am - 7 pm 

Price :- INR 10 for adults, INR 5 for kids below 12. 

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Jama Masjid Mosque

In the downtown of Srinagar, Nowhatta, Jama Masjid is an architectural marvel and is famous for being the biggest mosque in Kashmir Valley. Influenced by Indo-Saracenic style, this monument has spires instead of domes and minarets and interestingly, each of the 350 pillars of this monument is made from a single deodar trunk.

This shrine is good to visit any time but during the first prayer the charm is different. The pious vibe of this place oozes with a feeling of peace and sanctity among the worshippers. 

Location:- Nowhatta Kathi Darwaza Road, Nowhatta, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 

Timings:- 3 pm - 7 pm 

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Pari Mahal

The Peer Mahal or Pari Mahal, also known as the “Angel’s Abode ”is a seven-terraced garden at the top of Zabarwan Mountain range. Pari mahal was built by Mughal prince Dara Shikoh in the mid 1600’s and acted as library cum residence for him.

A finite example of Islamic architecture, this garden is home to a variety of beautiful flowers planted along the well-groomed terraces. The multitude of flowers, serene environment, the elegant monument and the pleasant weather altogether make this place look straight out of a fairytale. 

Location :- Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 

Timings :- 9:30 am - 7:30 pm on all days of the week, Except on Fridays

Price:- INR 20 per person 

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Chashme Shahi

The garden of Chashme Shahi is located in the Zabarwan range near Raj Bhavan and was a gift for Dara Shikoh built in 1632 ad. The natural spring is the top most attraction here as it catches the eye of the tourists who are looking for some pretty places to visit near Dal Lake.

The tourists coming here several times drink water from this spring as many say that the spring has some kind of medicinal properties. It follows in the footsteps of mughal architecture with three terraced gardens through which flows the water of the natural spring. Chashme Shahi has a beautiful collection of rare purple coloured rose poppy gardenia. The light and dance shows within the garden premise are very popular and the visitors are also captivated by rocks, green lawns and eye-catching flowers.

Location: 7 Boulevard Road, Chashme Shahi, Rainawari, Srinagar 

Timings: 8:00 am - 7:15 pm 

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People Also Ask About Jammu and Kashmir

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Srinagar?

    1. Pahalgam: Pahalgam, also known as the "village of shepherds” is a quaint hill station in Kashmir known for its scenic beauty. A jewel of the picturesque Liddar Valley, Pahalgam acts as the base camp for the famous Amarnath Yatra. The snow- clad hills and the green rolling mountains here offer many adventure activities, amongst which spending a night in a camp is the best one. 

    2. Sonmarg:
    Known as “Valley of Gold ”, Sonamarg is famous for its valleys carpeted by lush yellow flowers during spring. Sonamarg leaves the tourist astonished and dumbstruck with scenic beauty, tranquillity, and peaceful ambience. Home to breathtaking valleys and mesmerising lakes from Nilagrad river, Zojila pass,Gadsar lake and Walnut Orchards, Sonamarg takes the travellers and adventure enthusiasts closer to the heart of Himalayas. 

    3. Gulmarg:
     Literally meaning the “valley of flowers” Gulmarg is located 60kms away from Srinagar, which is a half and hour journey by car. A cup-shaped meadow, Gulmarg is a host to a triangular frozen lake, world’s highest golf course and a famous Gondola ride. Exotic flowers, timeless snow-covered slopes and the mighty Himalayan range in the backdrop making it a perfect spot for postcard pictures and selfies, Gulmarg is the crowning glory of Jammu and Kashmir.

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  2. What are the best activities to do in Srinagar?

    1. Stay in a houseboat: The houseboats in Kashmir, popularly known as Shikaras, are one of the prime attractions of Kashmir. Carrying a unique name, each houseboats represents the integral aspects of Kashmiri life. From traditional styled ceilings, wood panelled interiors to embroidered carpets, these houseboats offer one of a kind experience.

    2. Visit unique floating vegetable markets: The floating vegetable market is a unique site to savour amidst the Dal lake. The only one of its kind in India, this colourful market is a photographer’s delight and to witness and enjoy the hustle bustle of boats, you have to be an early worm.

    3. Paragliding: Paragliding is one of the most popular aero sports in Kashmir giving the tourists a spectacular view of beautiful hamlets and hills at an awe altitude of 2730 metres. For some adrenaline rush and bone chilling experience, this activity is not to be missed. 

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  3. Is it safe to visit Dal Lake in Srinagar?

    Yes, the Dal Lake in Srinagar is as safe as any other tourist destination in the world. The locals are very supportive and accommodative towards the tourists. As far as covid 19 is concerned, one must be very careful and should follow all the safety norms for self safety.
  4. Why is Dal Lake famous?

    The Dal is famous for its majestic mountains and exotic surroundings, making it a perfect hub for tourists from all around the world. The world famous shikaras or house boats have become synonymous with the Dal and anyone visiting here enjoys riding them at least once.
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