Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department is celebrating the Tulip festival at the garden from Thursday to promote tourism in the valley after a pandemic-destroyed year.
In order to spotlight Kargil in the field of tourism, an action plan is now being prepared for the development of many facilities for tourists here.
The Chief Secretary said there will be 12 to 13 major tunnels along the road and it will also facilitate connectivity to the forward locations.
The services were restored in Kargil in view of complete normalcy returning to Kargil, with no untoward incident taking place over the past four months.
The oxygen level is very low at Khardung La (K-Top) and travellers are not allowed to stay there for more than 20 minutes.
The snowfall has brought major respite to the residents of Kashmir as the minimum temperature rose by several degrees, except in Gulmarg.
Once you have taken this road trip through the mountains, you will never be the same again.