Derived from the name of Raja Jambu Lochan who founded this district, Jammu city is the largest city in the said region.
– Bahu Fort – Raghunath Temple – Peer Kho Cave – Vaishno Devi Temple – Gulmarg – Chadar Trek
Located in the city of Jammu, Bahu Fort is said to have been built by Raja Bhau lochan on the banks of the Tawi River. The fort houses a shrine to the goddess Kali among the terraced gardens.
The grounds of Raghunath Temple consist of seven different temples, and it is the largest temple in North India. Built by Maharaja Gulab Singh
Another temple near Jammu is Peer Kho Cave, which is a pilgrimage center that hosts a number of year-round festivals; these beings, Shivratri, Raksha Bandhan, Shravan Poornima, etc.
One of the most popular pilgrimage centers, Vaishno Devi Temple is visited by nearly 10 million devotees each year. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mahalakshmi.
The Flower Meadow, affectionately known as Gulmarg, is a popular ski spot in Jammu. Near the Line of Control between India and Pakistan, this famous site is located in the Himalayas.
Chadar Trek is a favorite among hikers. Also known as Zanskar Gorge, this trek, which spans the frozen Zanskar River, is renowned as India’s most spectacular and exploratory trek.