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Perfection beyond this world makes Kashmir a paradise. Kashmir boasts of some of the most beautiful flowering meadows and snow-capped peaks. The abundance of natural beauty has earned the valley a nickname of the 'Switzerland of the East.' The sheer beauty of the place attracts tourists from all over the world. Holidays in Kashmir offer an opportunity to see nature at its best. Soaring mountains, verdant valleys, snow capped peaks, glistening glaciers, gushing silvery streams, picturesque countryside, serene lakes, regal Chinar trees and dense pine and cedar forests; nature has truly been generous in spreading its bounty on Kashmir.
Kashmir valley is around 135 km long and 32 km wide, formed by the Jhelum River. For centuries the beauty of the Valley of Kashmir has charmed its visitors. Jehangir, the famous Mughal emperor, described Kashmir as the Paradise on Earth. Bernier, the first European to visit Kashmir, writing in 1665 said: “In truth, the kingdom surpasses in beauty all that my warmest imagination had anticipated”.