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Jammu to Amarnath

About the tour

Set off on a spiritual journey from Jammu to the revered Amarnath Cave, which is tucked away in the Pir Panjal mountain range. Travel towards the sacred cave via scenic vistas, which include the quaint village of Pahalgam. The pilgrimage concludes in a hike to see the yearly construction of the sacred Shiva Lingam made of ice, which combines profound spirituality, rich cultural diversity, and breathtaking natural beauty.


Route Overview: The journey from Jammu to Amarnath can be divided into several stages. Typically, pilgrims travel from Jammu to Pahalgam or Baltal, the two main base camps for the Amarnath Yatra. From these base camps, the trek to the Amarnath cave begins.

Jammu to Pahalgam/Baltal: The distance from Jammu to Pahalgam is about 255 kilometers, and it takes approximately 6-8 hours to reach by road. Pahalgam is a scenic town with lush valleys and is the traditional starting point for the Amarnath Yatra.
Baltal is another base camp, closer to the Amarnath cave. The distance from Jammu to Baltal is approximately 400 kilometers, and the drive takes about 10-12 hours.

Scenic Beauty: The route is marked by breathtaking landscapes, including mountainous terrains, river valleys, and green meadows. The journey through the Kashmir Valley is particularly scenic, with views of pristine rivers and snow-capped peaks.

Key Stops and Attractions:

Baltal Route:

  1. Srinagar
  2. Sonmarg
  3. Baltal Base Camp
  4. Amarnath Cave Temple

Pahalgam Route:

  1. Pahalgam
  2. Chandanwari
  3. Sheshnag
  4. Panchtarni

Included Price

  • Included is a premium vehicle, tailored for comfort and perfect for navigating the picturesque landscapes of Srinagar.
  • Expert local driver, offering not just navigation but also insights into Srinagar’s rich heritage and hidden gems.
  • Comprehensive fuel coverage, ensuring a seamless journey without the worry of additional costs.

Excluded Price

  • Parking Fees and Toll: The service does not cover any parking and toll costs paid during stops or visits
  • Entry costs: It is the responsibility of the visitor to pay the entrance costs to tourist attractions
  • Driver Tips: It is the passenger’s choice to leave a gratuity for the driver; it is not included
  • Additional Stops: The passenger may be charged extra for any unscheduled or additional stops