If there is Heaven on Earth, it is this, it is this, it is this." Emperor Jehangir Jammu and Kashmir is the paradise of India and a pleasure destination for tourists from all over the world. Come and experience it for yourself, and let us help make your trip one of lasting wonderful memories.
ashmir is truly one of the world's most beautiful and fascinating places. Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, it is a land of high mountain peaks, bright rivers filled with trout and serene lakes reflecting the soft colours of lotus blossoms. Tiered Mughal gardens lead down to the water's edge where the slap of the paddles tells of a passing "shikara".
Early each morning, as the sun catches the mist lying over the lake you can understand why they call this place paradise.
Peacock Houseboats are a Group of Houseboats moored on the top site of Nagin Lake, one of the most beautiful and peaceful of all the lakes. Made of fragrant cedar and well furnished with antique wooden furniture, the ornately carved houseboats in the Peacock group reflect a time gone-by reminiscent of the days of the British Raj.
Every houseboat has a spacious carpeted sitting room, a dining room and bedrooms with western bathrooms attached. Each houseboat has a houseboy who is available to serve meals, make the beds, clean the rooms and provide complimentary tea at any time. Each houseboat has a cushioned verandah from which guests can look out over the lake – the houseboy will serve tea as the sunsets over the mountains peaks and shikaras paddle slowly by, offering fresh fruit, flowers and handicrafts for sale, as well as an expansive sun deck on top of the houseboat, perfect for sitting outside when the weather is warm.
SRINAGAR : The capital city of Kashmir is Srinagar (one mile high), which is the soul and pulse of the state. The population of 1.2 million people revolves around the river Jhelum and the Dal Lake. This was the summer holiday destination for the British Raj in the 1800's until the mid 1900's. The rulers of Kashmir let them live here but did not allow them to build, so the British took to the water and started living on HOUSEBOATS, which since then has become a legend.