Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats
Aziz Palace Houseboats

 

WELCOME TO AZIZ PALACE GROUP OF HOUSEBOATS

(COMFORTABLE HOUSEBOAT OF YOUR DREAMS)

 

Kashmir is really the paradise of Earth. The beautiful flowering meadows and snow-capped peaks, and some lush green plans make Kashmir a hot tourist destination. Aziz Palace Group of Houseboats is Located in Golden Dal Lake, Srinagar.
Aziz Group of Houseboats has 4 bedrooms, each with a double bed plus a single bed and its bathroom.

The dining room, living room and the porch are to be shared by our guests. Aziz Group of Houseboats started with just one barge growing to a fleet of Houseboats that's still growing. We own Deluxe Group of Houseboats all in a row and interconnected / assessed to each other. Our Group of Houseboats are situated at most beautiful part of Golden Dal, with back ground fascinating scenic views of Zabarwan and Shankra Chariya Temple, Mountain range surrounded by Lotus Flowers, Water Lilies, Floating Gardens. Aziz Palace have 4 bedrooms with attached bathroom and toilet. Rooms are equipped with a fan, wardrobe and hot/cold shower facilities. The houseboats come with a small shared kitchenette, a common dining area, and living room that include sofa and TV.

 

HOUSEBOATS FACILITIES
- 4 Bed Rooms with attached bathrooms.
- Attached bath with running hot & cold water.
- All the amenities necessary for luxurious living.
- 24 Hours Reception, and Room Services.
- Spacious double and twin bed rooms with attached baths.
- Furnished Rooms with Wall to Wall Carpets.
- Houseboat includes a lounge, Dining room & Sitting Hall
- Satellite connected LCD Television.
- Refrigerators stocked with drinking water.
- Telephone with STD (on request).
- Individual heating and cooling systems.
- Laundry & Dry cleaning
- Separate Dinning rooms /Drawing rooms.

Other Facilities
- Internet WIFI Free Use
- Unlimited Shikara Crossings.
- Airport Pickup and Drop Facilities
- Sightseeing and overland travel facilities.
- Day excursion trips.
- Hotel accommodation.
- Trout fishing in Pahalgam
- Trekking in Sonamarg & Pahalgam
- Water Rafting in Pahalgam
- Water Skiing in Dal Lake
- Shikara Ride on Dal Lake.
- Money Changer.
- Houseboats own power generators with full backup.
- Multi choice cuisine. .


 

Popular Tourist Destination in Srinagar


About Dal Lake

The Dal Lake is famous of the World. Dal Lake at the foot of the Zabarwan Mountains, with Shankaracharya hill in its South, and Hazratbal on its West; is the lake Par-excellence- the Dal. The lotus flower cover it in autumn, the Dal is ideal site fro magnificent Houseboats, while "Shikaras" skim about with the sails in the transparent waters of the Lake. Areas of the Dal Lake are grouped with slanting roofed houses on islands, while other parts seems lush green like well-planned gardens. As the eye travels onward, houseboats, houses and vegetation conclude unevenly and two huge sheet-like bodies of water - the Bod Dal & Lokut Dal, come into view.

Mughal Gardens in Srinagar
The Mughal Gardens with their terraced gardens, numerous maple trees, refreshing fountains and blooming flowers, have become the outstanding attributes of Srinagar. Situated in the far eastern side of panoramic Dal Lake, The Shalimar Bagh(garden) and the Nishant Bagh are the most beautiful of all that are there in the city. Even Chashmashahi, though small, has made its mark as a successful tourist spot due to its spring of sweet and refreshing water which was once used for drinking by the Mughals.

SHALIMAR BAGH

The Shalimar were built by Emperor Jehangir for his wife Nur Jahan, 'light of the world' in 1616. Although it is known today as the 'garden of love' it was originally named the Farah Bakhsh or 'delightful garden'. The garden is built in four terraces with traditional water channel running down the middle. The gardens measure 540 by 183 metres. During the Mughal period the top terraces used be reserved for the emperor and the ladies of the court and was the most magnificent. It included a pavilion made of black stone in the middle of the tank. Black Marble fluted pillars supported the pavilion, which was used as a banquet hall. Shalimar Bagh has an air of seclusion and repose, and its rows of fountains and shaded trees seem to recede towards the snowcapped mountains. A Son Et Lumeiere or sound and light show is put on here every evening during the May to October tourist season.

NISHAT BAGH
The Nishat Bagh is another lovely garden with its 12 terraces representing the 12 signs of the zodiac, which descend gradually and seem to almost merge into the lake. It is situated on the banks of world famous Dal Lake in the backdrop of Zabarwan hills. With its flowerbeds, trees, fountains, the Nishat presents a dramatic sight. The gardens were designed in 1633 by Asaf Khan, brother of Nur Jahan, and follow the same pattern as the Shalimar gardens with a polished stone channel running down the centre and a series of terraces. It's the largest of the Mughal gardens measuring 548 metres by 338 metres, and often the most crowed. The walks beside the channel are bordered with lines of cypresses and Chinars. Also found within its vicinity are some remains of Mughal period buildings including a double storey pavilion enclosed on two sides latticed windows.

PARIMAHAL
The old Sufi college of Pari Mahal, the 'palace of the fairies', is only a short distance above the Chasma Shahi gardens. One can easily walk from the gardens up to the Pari Mahal then follow a footpath directly down the hill to the road that runs by the Oberoi Palace Hotel. The Pari Mahal consists of a series of arched terraces. Recently it has been turned into a very pleasant and well-kept garden with fine views over Dal Lake. It's attractively sited on a spur of the Zabarwan Mountains. The gardens are beautifully kept even today and a Son Et Lumiere show is put on here every evening during the May to October tourist season.

CHASMA SHAHI
Cheshma Shahi is the first Mughal garden one will pass after Nehru Park. Built at a height above the city, its views are as stupendous as its layout. The smallest of Srinagar's Mughal gardens, Cheshma Shahi has only three terraces in addition to a natural spring of water enclosed in a stone pavilion. Smallest of the Srinagar Mughal gardens, measuring just 108 metres by 38 metres, the Chasma Shahi, or 'Royal Spring', are well up the hillside, above the Nehru Memorial Park. The fresh water spring in these pleasant, quieter gardens is reputed to have medicinal properties. The gardens were laid out in 1632 by Ali Mardan Khan and include three terraces, an aqueduct, waterfalls and fountains.

The Temple of Shankaracharya
The Temple of Shankaracharya is balanced on a high octagonal plinth, on a hill called as Takht-i-Suleiman in Srinagar district. The temple dates back to 250 BC and over the time has become an important landmark on the face of Srinagar. It is said that the legendary philosopher Sri Shankaracharya stayed in this temple when he came to Kashmir to spread Sanatan Dharma. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and holds a lot of importance in religious as well as architectural context. The temple is built up of specially smoothened rocks which have been set at the peak of the hill with unimaginable precision. From the height at which this temple is located, you can have a scintillating bird's eye view of entire Srinagar.