Doda

Situated at an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level, the Doda district is the largest in the Jammu region. It is believed that the place got its name from a utensil maker named Deed and gradually changed to Doda. The Doda district is full of picturesque locations, including vast forests, snow-capped peaks, unexplored hiking paths, and the majestic Chenab River that flows through it. Despite its enormous potential, the district offers a variety of tourist attractions, health resorts, and captivating hiking routes. Bhaderwah which falls in district Doda is a verdant unexplored valley with a lot of tourism potential. The place is ideal for winter sports activities and a heaven for snow lovers. Bhaderwah is also known as Nagon ki Bhoomi means ‘a land of snakes.’ Despite the transportation and commuting limitations, a considerable number of domestic and foreign tourists have been drawn to the district. Doda provides tourists with a window into its colorful past because of its rich historical and cultural legacy. Amidst its stunning scenery and lively culture, Doda district promises an unforgettable experience, whether you're looking for outdoor adventure, spiritual enlightenment, or just a quiet getaway.


Kailash Kund Yatra/Trek

District: Doda

The stunning Kailash Kund is a holy place revered deeply by the people of Bhaderwah in the district Doda, Jammu. Situated at a height of 14,241 feet (4,339 meters) above sea level, it is encircled by glaciers and mountains. The lake is also referred to as Kablas, and it is thought that Vasuki Nag, the deity of Bhaderwa...

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Dessa valley

District: Doda

Nestled amidst towering mountains and lush greenery, this picturesque Dessa valley is a veritable treasure trove of natural beauty. Because it has Vedic symbols on it, it is called Davebumi and is situated in the hills. The Dessa Capran road connects the valley, which is a great place for picnics, to Srinagar. It se...

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Padri Pass

District: Doda

Padri Pass, also called Padri Top or Padri Galli, is a hill station in Jammu which is situated in the untamed landscape of Doda district. It is situated on the Bhaderwah–Chamba National Highway, 41 kilometres north of Bhaderwah, at the junction of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. With 99.7 kilometres of meadow...

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Jai Valley

District: Doda

Tucked away in charming Bhaderwah, district Doda, Jai Valley is a hidden treasure just waiting to be found. This stunning valley, with its verdant surroundings and majestic mountains, is more than just an eye feast. Jai's gorgeous longitudinal valley is a breathtaking area with a gorgeous meadow close by and dense deod...

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District: Doda

The charming Gatha Lake is tucked away in Jammu's Doda district. Gatha Lake provides a peaceful haven from the daily grind, with its placid waters reflecting the verdant surroundings. The village of Gatha, which is in the Bhaderwah Tehsil, is well-known for its fish pond. With views of the Asha Pati and Kailash gla...

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Lal Draman

District: Doda

Lal Draman is a historical and scenic area in the picturesque Doda district. With centuries-old roots, this charming village has a rich cultural legacy. Lal Draman is a stunning meadow in the shape of a saucer that is enhanced by tall fir and deodar trees. It is situated in the village of Sazan, 21 kilometres northwest...

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Bhaderwah Fort

District: Doda

A monument to the area's rich historical heritage, Bhaderwah Fort is tucked away amid the picturesque surroundings of Jammu's Doda district. Bhaderwah Fort, also called Qilla or Ratangarh Fort, is a historically and culturally significant site in Bhaderwah, India. Perched atop a small hill, the fort was constructed in ...

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Seoj Dhar

District: Doda

Located at a height of 11000 ft. above sea level, Seoj Dhar is a trekkers’ paradise on Earth. The place is considered a diamond in the beautiful crown of Bhaderwah. It is famous for the Seoj Dhar – Kailash Kund holy Trek. On the South of Seoj Dhar is Kailash Kund, on its West lies a beautiful river which emanates f...

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Khanitop

District: Doda

Lies at a distance of 25 kms from Bhaderwah, Khanitop is a paradise for nature lovers. One will get mesmerising views of sunrise and sunset at this place. With its snow-capped mountains and breathtaking greenery in summer, the place has the potential to be a popular tourist destination. It can also serve as the base fo...

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Nalthi

District: Doda

At a distance of 10 kms from Bhaderwah, Nalthi of Bhaderwah in district Doda has become a junction point after the completion of Bhaderwah-Bani-Basohli road. (Bani and Basohli fall in district Kathua). One finds thick deodar forest and lush green grasslands which abound with flowers and make the place a soothing treat ...

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VASUKI NAAG TEMPLE

District: Doda

Bhaderwah, also known as the land of nagas is rich in history and culture. The place is well known for its four Vasuki Naag Temples. One finds Vasuki Naag temples at Gatha, Nelthi, Beja and Nagar Bhaderwah. But the one which is revered a lot and from the holy Kailash Kund Yatra begins is in Gatha. It dates back to 11th...

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Gupta Ganga Temple

District: Doda

At a distance of 1.7 km from the main town of Bhaderwah, lies the ancient Lord Shiva temple. In the temple, one finds the mysterious water falling on Shiv Lingam. Since Ganga originates from the matted hair of Shiva, the mysterious water flowing here is referred to as Gupta Ganga, as no one knows the source of this wat...

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