Nov 05, 2009
Slowly and surely, Kashmir is opening back again to tourists just as tourists are becoming open to the idea of visiting Kashmir. Last one year has seen an increase in tourist inflow to an extent that Kashmir needed more rooms accommodate them all during peak season. As peace returns in the valley, more and more places that were unsafe to access are now opening up to visitors.
Kashmir's Dachigam National Park seems to be one such place. AFP reports (http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5jRq5bUs8d2MOCUJPBRpfskHY2nDQ) that the park was re-opened for safari in June and it has remained violence free so far. The sanctuary is home to some rare Himalayas wildlife such as musk deer and red deer.
The park is another destination to add to your list if you are heading towards Jammu and Kashmir. See more about Dachigam National Park on oktatabyebye, and get all the information you need.
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