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Planning a trip to Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, India

27th Apr to 28th Apr, 2024Budget Friendly Road Trip
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Things to do in Jammu in April

Day 1 - Saturday 27th, Apr
morning -

Arrive in Jammu and check into hotel

afternoon -

Visit Bagh-e-Bahu Garden for a peaceful stroll and scenic views

evening -

Dine at Pahalwan Di Hatti for authentic local cuisine

Day 2 - Sunday 28th, Apr
morning -

Visit Raghunath Bazaar for shopping and local breakfast at Jai Maa Store

afternoon -

Explore the historic Mubarak Mandi Palace for architectural marvel

evening -

Relax with a serene boat ride on the Tawi River

Day 3 - Monday 29th, Apr
morning -

Visit the famous Peer Kho Cave Temple for spiritual solace

afternoon -

Enjoy a traditional meal at Falak Revolving Restaurant with panoramic city views

evening -

Departure from Jammu

Weather in Jammu in Invalid date
Avg Temp18°C to 32°C
Chance of Rain20%

April in Jammu is generally warm with clear skies. Be prepared for some mild showers. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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Things to Carry on your trip to Jammu

Clothing & Apparel

Comfortable T-shirts -

Pack lightweight, breathable fabrics.

Full sleeve Shirt -

Pack a full sleeve shirt for the evenings

Comfortable Pants/ Shorts -

Pack pants or shorts depending on the weather forecast.

Undergarments -

Pack enough underwear and socks.

Light jacket -

Pack a light jacket for the evenings.


Sunglasses -

Protect your eyes from the sun.

Hat -

Protect your head and face from the sun and cold.

Scarf -

Pack a scarf for warmth and protection from the sun and wind.

Gloves -

Pack a pair of gloves for warmth.

Toiletries -

Pack essential toiletries like toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, shampoo, deodorant, and hand sanitizer.

Essentials & Must Haves

Cash and/or Credit Cards -

Carry both since some places may not accept cards.

ID and Travel Documents -

Keep your passport or ID card, driving license, and travel documents organized and easily accessible.

First-aid kit -

Pack a small first-aid kit with basic supplies like bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers, and any necessary medications.

Water bottle -

Stay hydrated by carrying a reusable water bottle.

Snacks -

Pack some non-perishable snacks to keep your energy levels up.

Good to have

Travel towel -

A quick-drying travel towel can be useful.

Headlamp -

It can be helpful for early morning or late-night activities.

Portable charger -

Keep your electronics charged on the go.

Travel pillow -

Enhance your comfort during the road trip.

Guidebook/map -

A guidebook or map can provide useful information and help you navigate.


Camera -

Capture your travel memories.

Phone and charger -

Stay connected and don't forget the charger.

Headphones -

Listen to music or podcasts during the drive.

Power bank -

Keep your electronics powered up.

Car charger -

Charge your electronics while on the road.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are commonly accepted.

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