Kashmir

SUKOON SAFARIS AND WALKS
Sukoon Safari & Walks
SUKOON HOUSEBOAT
Sukoon Houseboat

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If you see snow capped mountains, beautiful alpines surrounding a serene lake – replete with the Lotus flowers, assume that you have landed in god’s paradise called “Jammu & Kasmir”. The scenic beauty of this place is  mesmerizing enough to be called as Switzerland on India. This place’s unique culture, cuisine and people bear testimony to its rich history and heritage, which consists of influences from Buddhism, Hinduism, Mughals and the British. The Shikaras, Sukoons(floatels), Pashmina shawls, apples and Kashmiri handicrafts are few highlights which one must experience while visiting this heaven on earth. The list goes on, but for people with religious quest, the calm Himalayan ranges may just reveal its mystical powers bestowed upon it through centuries of spiritual samadhis, if the age-old temples and structures do not.

Just pack your bags with required woolen clothes and leave rest to us. You may not want to return back from this place! Call or watsapp us with your enquiry, will be happy to share more insights for this place…

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SUKOON BOAT HOUSE

A little about Sukoon
Surrounded by lotuses, Sukoon is moored on the beautiful Dal Lake in the heart of the verdant Kashmir Valley, surrounded by the pristine peaks of the Himalayas.
The houseboat sits amidst the beauty of nature and enjoys breathtaking views of the snow covered peaks of the Pir Panjal mountains.

The richness of history is also present, silently proclaiming the Valley’s tradition of tolerance: distant silhouettes of the hilltop temple founded by the famous philosopher-saint Adi Shankara in the eighth century and the impressive sixteenth century fort built by the Mughal Emperor, Akbar the Great can both be seen from the boat.

Sukoon Safaris & Walks

Throughout the history of mankind there have always been two ways of living: the settled and the nomadic. Each complements and balances the other; if either is missing, human society as a whole suffers. In our modern urbanised world, it is very difficult to honour the nomadic impulse, so Sukoon Safaris has arisen to fill this need, combining our instinctual need to travel and explore with the utmost in modern comfort and style. area, far from the noise and bustle of the usual tourist destinations, and there will also be the opportunity to enjoy river-trips. What we offer is a luxury mobile camp that will journey through the pristine alpine beauty of the great Kashmiri Himalayan valleys…

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