Naag Beran and Tarsar Marsar are the most beautiful places in Tral area of south Kashmir. But unfortunately, the government has never even tried to bring the places on a tourist map or construct a proper road to the places.
It is situated only 50 kilometers away from Tral town. The road connectivity is up to ‘Preuwan Gaam’ (meaning old village). The rest of the distance can be crossed on foot to reach the breathtaking place.
The place is covered by the most beautiful forests, streams, and untouched lakes. One can see scores of shepherds and herds there.
Arguably the most beautiful trek in India
Perhaps India’s most picturesque hike is Tarsar Marsar. We do not bestow this title to the place hastily, particularly when its challenging sibling trips are present elsewhere in the Himalayan region.
Alpine lakes also come to life during the Tarsar Marsar trip. One gets to camp next to these brilliant blue, snow-fed lakes or the seclusion of these campsites, which is a blessing in today’s hiking situation. Also, we get to go around Tarsar and Sundersar’s whole perimeter, giving several views of the same lake.
The mysterious Marsar is is nearly always shrouded in clouds. This lake is visible from an overhang 600–700 feet below. With the sun rising directly over the lake, it’s the ideal place to take in its magnificence. This continues until clouds in the shape of dollops drift across the U-shaped valley and land over the lake. The lake vanishes from view in a flash!
One may travel directly to Kashmir’s center on the Tarsar Marsar trek through Lidderwat’s clearings to the charming settlement of Aru from the enormous alpine lakes to the Shekhawas’ undulating green slopes. Certainly, it is visually astounding to see Tarsar Marsar’s setting!
If connected with roads or brought on a tourist map, the places could help in boosting the tourism industry in Kashmir.