Destination in detail


A Glimpse of Paradise

Sonamarg is a picturesque wonderland located in the Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. At an altitude of 2,800 meters, this ethereal destination welcomes visitors with breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains, lush greenery, and crystalline streams. The meadows are adorned with vibrant wildflowers, making it a sight to behold during the warmer months.

Unveiling the Natural Treasures

Majestic Thajiwas Glacier: A Frozen Marvel

Embark on an exhilarating journey to the Thajiwas Glacier, a spellbinding marvel of nature. Trekking through alpine forests and rugged terrain, you’ll reach the glacier, where you can witness the mesmerizing play of light on ice formations.

Zoji La Pass: Where Adventure Meets Beauty

Venture to the Zoji La Pass, a high mountain pass that connects Sonamarg to Ladakh. This daring road trip will reward you with awe-inspiring panoramas of the surrounding valleys and peaks, leaving you with unforgettable memories.

Sindh River: Tranquility Unleashed

The gentle flow of the Sindh River adds a soothing touch to Sonamarg’s landscape. Embark on a relaxing stroll along its banks, or enjoy a peaceful riverside picnic as you soak in the tranquility that this azure river offers.

Thrilling Adventures in Sonamarg

Trekking: Conquer the Untamed Trails

For adventure enthusiasts, Sonamarg is a trekker’s haven. Embark on treks like the Sonamarg-Vishansar-Naranag circuit or the Gangbal trek for an unforgettable experience amidst pristine wilderness.

Camping: Embrace Nature’s Embrace

Pitch a tent in the lap of nature and spend the night under a star-studded sky. The camping sites in Sonamarg offer a perfect blend of adventure and tranquility, allowing you to rejuvenate amidst the serenity of the mountains.


 Yes, Sonamarg offers a range of accommodation options, from hotels and resorts to guest houses and campsites, catering to various budgets.

Thajiwas Glacier is not only a natural wonder but also a source of fresh water for the Sindh River, making it ecologically important.

Yes, during the winter, Sonamarg transforms into a snowy wonderland, offering opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.

While trekking is a popular activity, it’s important to be well-prepared and follow safety guidelines, especially for high-altitude treks.

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