Tips for a Family Holiday in Kashmir

If you are planning to go on a family trip to Kashmir, you need to plan your itinerary in the way, so that you didn’t miss out anything. However, understand the truth that for spending unforgettable holidays in Kashmir, you need to spend heavily and mind you, Kashmir can actually burn a hole in your pocket. But don’t worry, it’s worth it.. completely! And you won’t regret it.

Look for hotels that allows double-triple occupancy

Check out with your travel agent, If he can arrange a hotel which have bigger rooms with triple occupancy facility. Local travel advisors are more equipped with such information. Therefore, look for organizer which have local connection and can help you save money when it comes to accommodation

Rent a bigger cab

Although its Tata Sumo or Tavera which ply as tourist vehicle in the state. But there are mini options as well which might lure you because of lower cost. But since the journey would be long, it is advisable to rent a car which is comfortable as well as have enough space to accommodate your luggage.

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Try out Vaishno Dhabaas if you are vegetarian

There is no dearth of food when it comes to the taste bud of flesh lovers. However, for vegetarians, Vaishno Dhabaas are the best. They serve you pure vegetarian delicious meal which will make you feel at home. Most importantly, these are super cheap.

Never bargain in front of your guide/cab driver

As they say, even guides and drivers get commissions if they bring customers to the market or any specific shop. So, be it Dal Lake or shopping in main market, avoid setting up negotiation deal in front of your cab driver, because its not going to work. Although it is important for your safety to take a local along with you while go for shopping but things will be expensive and tough in front of him.

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