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Kishtwar Going To Start sports activities for adventure lovers! In Kashmir

Kishtwar Going To Start sports activities for adventure lovers! In Kashmir

To promote tourism, the government in the Kishtwar district of Jammu & Kashmir launched adventure and sports. The effort is being taken to lure travelers from close to and ways to the valley.. The inauguration of the activities had been performed by the District Development Commissioner, Kishtwar, Ashok Sharma whilst the occasion is being organized by the Kishtwar Development Authority (KDA) on the Chowgam grounds.

The government knows that the zorbing ball journey becomes brought on the first actual day. Besides, different activities along with sky jumpers, trampolines,s, and paragliding could be carried out in the coming days.

The commissioner, appreciating the efforts, said, “Kishtwar township and other regions have the great potential for paragliding, which needs to be exploited for attracting tourists.”


Kishtwar is an unexplored gem in Kashmir noted for its saffron productions. The vacation spot is also called the Land of Sapphire and saffron for this reason. Located a few 235 km from Jammu, the area boasts of a few first-rate surroundings which incorporate towering snow-clad mountains, green valleys, and quiet rivers. You’ll be surprised to look at the splendid flowering grasslands, fruit orchards, and inexperienced forests.

The area is likewise an ideal journey spot given its topography. The Paddar and Wadhwan Valleys here are mainly famous for paragliding and rock climbing. One also can experience hiking withinside the region, and one of the most famous treks right here takes you through Paddar Valley to Zanskar Valley.

Besides, the location is prized for its incredible saffron fields, which spread throughout the district's numerous picturesque hamlets, including Berwar, Hatta, and Pochhal, to name a few. The great time to see those blooms is among October and November.

Some of the prominent locations to go to in Kishtwar include Qilla Kishtwar, Katarsamna, and Bahrain.