KASHMIR 13 DAYS
The Mughal Emperor Jehangeer is said to have once written in regards to Kashmir: Agar firdaus bar lament zamin ast hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin ast! ("In the event that there be heaven on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here!"). He was expounding on Kashmir, a land partitioned between the northern portion of the northern-most condition of India, Jammu and Kashmir and the locale of Kashmir in Pakistan. Torn by war, psychological warfare and brutality since 1948, this delightful valley has for some time been viewed as a hazardous place to go to, yet tourism is gradually returning to the valley as militancy, which started in the mid 90s (as a methods for challenge against what some depict as compelling Indian occupation) has descended.