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Sara Ali Khan enjoys Gulmarg’s scenic beauty; some places to visit in the picturesque hill station

Sara's scenic shots from her vacation in Gulmarg is making us want to soak in the beauty of this gorgeous place in Kashmir

Sara Ali KhanSara is currently vacationing in Gulmarg, Kashmir. (Source: Sara Ali Khan/Instagram)

Sara Ali Khan loves to travel. As such, she never misses a chance to pack her bags and set out to explore new destinations. The actor is usually seen exploring places of religious significance and other lesser-known Indian destinations as opposed to foreign getaways. At present, Sara is in Gulmarg, Kashmir with her brother, Ibrahim Ali Khan.

The Atrangi Re actor’s travel postcards are breathtaking, to say the least. Take a look.

Sara shared an endearing picture with Ibrahim in which she can be seen sitting atop an orange car, at the picturesque hill station.

“Home is where the brother is,” she captioned the post.

In another picture, she can be seen jet-skiing with Ibrahim.

Sharing the pictures she wrote, “Icy breeze
Time to freeze
Iggy Potter I always tease
Stalking him to smile and say cheese
But I’m polite I always say please
So it’s all good, we at ease”

Sara’s breathtaking sneak peeks from her vacation in Gulmarg is making us want to soak in the beauty of this hill station in Kashmir. If, just like us, you too are craving for a trip to Gulmarg, here are some places you shouldn’t miss when there.

Alpather lake

A small lake situated at the foot of the twin Apharwat Peaks, it is also known as ‘frozen lake’ for being frozen from November until mid-June. Surrounded by rocky mountains and lush greenery, this lake is a perfect spot for nature lovers.

Gulmarg Gondola

Gulmarg Gondola, Asia’s largest and highest and world’s second-largest and second-highest cable car project, is one of the top attractions in Gulmarg. The cable car ferries tourists to and from the Apharwat Mountain, providing a panoramic view of the snow-covered valleys, forests and mountains.

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Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve

For wildlife enthusiasts, Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve is the place to visit. Home to numerous common and rare species of fauna, flora and avifauna, biodiversity can be witnessed in its richest form here.

Ferozepur Nallah

A mountain stream flowing from the Ferozepur Peak, it is located 5 km from Gulmarg. This captivating stream is famous for its fresh blue water. In summers, the Nallah is famous for trout fishing activity.

Children’s Park

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The tourists are in for a fun and relaxing day at Gulmarg’s Children’s Park. From horse riding and zorbing to hot air ballooning — there’s a lot you can do at the world’s highest children’s park.

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First published on: 03-02-2022 at 15:50 IST
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