Visiting Jammu is more or less viewing a beautiful part of India. A part that you have never seen before and a part that you can’t take your eyes off. It is mesmerising, breath-taking and divine at the same time.
While we can go on and on describing Jammu by using all the words in the English language, we’d rather stick to telling you what you can do in Jammu because it is more or less the same thing.
Pay a visit to Mubarak Mandi Palace
Let’s begin by talking about the Mubarak Mandi Palace. It is an important landmark in the city that is also home to the famous Dogra Art Museum. The place has a collection of artefacts, manuscripts and various other royal embellishments that do a fine job of taking you back in time.
The entry fee is only Rs 10 for adults, Rs 5 for children and students and Rs 50 for foreigners.
It’s time to go skiing in Patnitop
Jammu is always the place where you can go skiing and there’s no doubt about that fact. It is a place where you can learn multiple ways to ski just like how Teen Patti varies with teen patti variations.
The activity is a classic way to go about discovering the beauty of Jammu added with a little adventure and thrill that are second to none. So if you are in Jammu and wondering what you need to be doing, then the answer is skiing.
Why don’t we Trek to Vaishno Devi Temple?
Getting to trek all the way to reach and explore a sacred pilgrim is a plan that beats all other plans. Vaishno Devi Temple is a place where thousands of devotees come to pay respects and thereby embark on a thrilling journey.
In case you cannot climb or make the journey, you can always make it count on horseback or even book a helicopter. Sounds good? If yes, then head over to Vaishno Devi Temple.
Go for a stroll at Bagh-e-Bahu
Bagh-e-Bahu is a garden filled with the goodness of greenery and has always been a spectacle. As an enchanting garden, the place boasts lush green topography, colourful flowers, ponds and more.
The large artificial lake is also mesmerising to witness and by merely exploring it you will consider your trip to be a fruitful one. With an entry fee of just Rs 5 per person, heading for a stroll at Bagh-e-Bahu is an activity that you have to explore.
Bhimgarh Fort – A fort like no other
Bhimgarh Fort, which is also known as the Reasi Fort, is located in the town of Reasi and opens itself to the world in a stunning manner. The gates to this fort are covered with folk paintings and there is a high possibility that you will spend a lot of time admiring it.
Surrounded by dense forests, there is a lot to explore at this fort and by doing so, you will also learn a thing or two. For example, the Bhimgarh Fort has been through earthquakes and restoration efforts that many believed will bring it down. But to this day, the Fort remains strong and is a thing of beauty that you have to explore.
In terms of entry fee, the price for adults remains at Rs 10 and for children, it is Rs 5. So come on down and step foot inside the Bhimgarh Fort.