Aripal Naag

Aripal Naag, a renowned freshwater spring nestled in the picturesque Aripal village of Tral in south Kashmir, offers solace and tranquillity. As a vital water source for numerous villages in the Tral area of Pulwama district, the spring's pure and unpolluted water is revered akin to nectar. Originating from Tarsar Marsar and situated 11 kilometers from Tral's main town, Aripal spring is a gem along the Narastan route, an alternative path to the popular tourist destination Pahalgam. Surrounded by dense foliage and framed by the majestic Wasturwan mountains, Aripal spring attracts a steady stream of visitors, offering respite amidst its serene ambiance. The spring is renowned for its trout fish. Tral, often dubbed as the "Three Pearls" due to its abundance of water resources and mystical springs, counts Aripal Naag among its treasures.

  • Best Time to Visit: April to September
  • Ideal Duration: 1-3
  • Distance From Airport: Srinagar airport is the nearest which is at a distance of 54 km.
  • Distance From Railway Station: Awantipora railway station is the nearest with a distance of around 27 km from Aripal.
  • Distance From Road: Aripal spring can easily be reached via roads.
  • Travel Tips: Seek relief from the sweltering temperatures during summers, meditate, photography.
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