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Tourist footfall on increase as the spring season starts in Kashmir

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By: Tariq Shah VOV


Tourists have started coming to Kashmir valley as the spring season has started and lot of flowers have sprouted due to the dry weather conditions and sunshine.

Already the government has opened Bagh-i-Waris Khan at the foothills of Kohi Maraan in Srinagar city which is also known locally as Badamwari.

In this garden hundreds of almond trees are providing a splendid view of sprouting of almond flowers and in the past few days hundreds of tourists have visited this garden in Srinagar city.

After the two spring seasons being consumed by the covid-19 lockdown, this is the first spring season which is witnessing a rise in the arrival of visitors and tourists to Kashmir valley.

Asia’s largest Tulip Garden at the rim of Dal Lake which was earlier known as Siraj Bagh is waiting with its varieties of Tulips for the visitors.

J&K tourism has already started promoting Kashmir for the spring tourism and they are expecting a lot of footfall of the tourists during this season.

Hundreds of families in and around Dal Lake are waiting for the tourism to pick up as they have a lot of expectations in the spring season to host the tourists and earn for their survival.

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