Top Tourist Attractions in Pulwama
Pulwama is a city and notified area council in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, which is governed by India. It lies around 30 kilometres south of Srinagar, Kashmir’s summer capital. Rice cultivation is a major industry in the district. Pulwama is also known for producing high-quality saffron, which is exported all over the world. The district is also known as “Anand of Kashmir” for its milk output, which is the greatest in the union territory.
Best Places to Visit in Pulwama
Tarsar and Marsar Lake
The Tarsar and Marsar lakes are two of Pulwama District’s most important lakes. The Tarsar and Marsar lakes are 3 and 5 kilometres distant from Nagberan village, respectively. These two lakes are also deeply entwined with Kashmiri mythology.
- Aharbal Falls
- Payer Temple
- Avantishwar Temple
- Tarsar and Marsar Lake
Best Time to Visit in Pulwama
The weather in Pulwama, which is nestled in the Himalayan mountains, is nice all year, but April to October is the ideal time to come. The months of December to February are ideal for people seeking chilly winds and beautiful snow.
How to Reach Pulwama
Sheikh-ul-Alam International Airport in Srinagar is the closest airport (38 Km).
Awantipora railway station, Kakapora railway station, and Pampore railway station are the closest railway stations to Pulwama.
Road: Buses from Jammu’s bus station may take you to this location. Buses and cabs are accessible from Srinagar’s Lal Chowk bus station as well as the Tourist Reception Center Srinagar to get to this location.