Jammu Short Break

2 Days   1 Night

Jammu is famous among tourists for its charming views of the Himalayan range. The place has religious significance due to the presence of Vaishno Devi Temple. There are a few other religious places, which you can visit. Then, there are historical places like Bahu Fort, Peer Kho Cave, Bhimgarh Fort, Amar Mahal Palace. Jammu is known as "City of Temples" for its ancient temples and Hindu shrines. Jammu lies in the Jammu division (neon blue) of the Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir (shaded tan) in the disputed Kashmir region. Lying on the banks of the river Tawi, the city of Jammu, with an area of 240 km2 (93 sq mi), is surrounded by the Himalayas in the north and the northern plains in the south. Jammu is the second-most populous city of the union territory. Jammu is known as "City of Temples" for its ancient temples and Hindu shrines. The city of Jammu is named after Jambu Lochan, the brother of Bahu, a powerful local chieftain who ruled during the ninth century. It is said that on becoming king, Jambu Lochan went on a hunt and, crossing the Tawi, found a deer and a tiger drinking water from the same tank. The famous food of Jammu includes Kashmiri Pulao, Rajma, and Aloo Dum. All these prominent dishes have a unique taste. Names of some of the traditional food of Jammu are Maani, Katha meat, and Mitha Bhaat. Flaky, sweet and crisp - Patisa is all that and more. A close cousin of the more commonly known Soan Papdi, this traditional dessert was made famous by Jammu's legendary Prem Sweets. Jammu, city, winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir union territory, northern India. It lies in the southwestern part of Jammu and Kashmir along the Tawi River, south of Srinagar (the summer capital), and to the north is the Siwalik Range. Gulab Singh has been dubbed as the founder of the “Dogra dynasty” and the first ruler of Jammu & Kashmir. Interaction with British India after the 1860s resulted in the region becoming a player in the geopolitical game between Russia and Britain. Located between 32'44 North and 74' 55' East at 1200 feet above sea level, jammu city has expanded on both the banks of river Tawi but the gilded pinnacles of several temples still and to its striking view, The city derive its name from the legendry ruler Raja jambulochan. The Jammu District overall has a population – 84% practice Hinduism, 7% practice Islam and most of the remainder are Sikhs. The Hindus form a majority in the Jammu, Kathua, Samba and Udhampur districts, and roughly half the population in the Reasi district.

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 1: Jammu
Arrive at Jammu Railway Station / Airport and board your vehicle and proceed for your hotel. Check into your hotel and later proceed for Jammu Local Sightseeing. Visit Raghunath Temple, Bahu Fort, Bahu Garden, Ranbir Cannel, Underground Aquarium etc. Evening is free for leisure activities. Overnight at Jammu.

Day 2: Jammu
Today Post Breakfast, Check out from your hotel and proceed for Jammu Airport / Railway Station.


9 Night’s Accommodation in Hotels/Camps/Guest House/Homestays

9 Breakfast and 9 Dinners

All Sightseeing and Transfers in Personal Car/Cab as per itinerary.

Inner line Permits (Foreign Nationals to get their own permits).

First Aid Kits & Oxygen Cylinders.

Trip Leader For the trip.

Transportation as per the itinerary in Innova/Xylo or a similar vehicle.

Expert Drivers well versed with the region

All Vehicle Related Expenses (Driver’s TA/DA, Toll, Fuel and State Taxes Etc.)

Basic 1st Aid Kit & Oxygen Cylinders


Mineral Water, Alcohol or aeriated drinks.

Cost incurred because of the reasons beyond our control (Force Majeure)

Airport Transfers .

Monuments & Monastery FeesEntry Fees of any kind for particular places

Emergency Rescue, Insurances etc.

Anything Not Mentioned Under Inclusions.

5% GST.