Kashmir Valley (Kashmir Valley) is at the junction of India and Pakistan, with the Pir Panjal Range in the southwest and the Himalayas in the northeast. They are 1,850 meters above sea level, about 135 kilometers long and 32 kilometers wide.
The majestic mountains surround the Kashmir Valley . There are year-round snow-capped peaks, breathtaking mountain plains, rippling rivers, clear and sparkling lakes, waterfalls and gurgling creeks, as well as lush vegetation… etc. The landform has formed a picturesque beauty.
The main income of the residents of the Kashmir Valley comes from tourism. The global spread of the Chinese Communist virus (Wuhan virus, the new crown virus) and the tension caused by the epidemic in India have caused the tourism industry in the Kashmir Valley to fall into a trough.
Fortunately, the support of tourists from India has made the lives of the residents of the Kashmir Valley a little better. According to the statistics of the local “Negan Tourism Traders Association”, as of 2021, it has received 151,000 tourists, including 500 foreign tourists.