Top Tourist Attractions in Ganderbal
Ganderbal is a town and a municipality committee in the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir‘s Ganderbal district. It is 1,619 metres above sea level on average. The Sindh River valley, commonly called as Nallah Sindh, is home to the Ganderbal district. It has a diverse environment and is known as the District of Lakes since it has the most lakes in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ganderbal District in the state of J&K offers world-class tourist potential, ranging from historical and religious monuments to natural scenery (rivers, mountains, lakes, plateaus, water falls, gushing water springs, wild animals, lush green forests, and grazing pastures).
Thousands of pilgrims visit the renowned Shri Amarnath Ji cave and Kherbawani Tullumula Shrines each year.
Best Places to Visit in Ganderbal
- Thajiwas Glacier
- Kheer Bhawani Temple
- Gadsar Lake
- Manasbal Lake
Best Time to Visit in Ganderbal
How to Reach Ganderbal
The road network in Ganderbal is substantially developed. It’s roughly 20 kilometres from Srinagar and 290 kilometres from Jammu. The district is crossed by National Highway 1A, which connects Leh and Kargil. Bus services to the major cities of Jammu and Kashmir are provided on a regular basis.
The nearest railway station is in Jammu, which is around 290 kilometres from Ganderbal. Ganderbal District is around 220 kilometres from Udhampur Railway Station.
The nearest airport to Ganderbal District is Srinagar, which is 33 kilometres away.