Kishtwar is a unique Land of Sapprire and Saffron. It has lofty mountains and sloppy hills around which bestow upon it grandeur and fascinating look for the on lookers who live in this land or visit this land. It has no beautiful landscapes and panorama that it finds a superb place on the tourist map of India also. Its bewitching scenery, picturesque and charming spots have often held the foreign travelers spell bound.The waterfall of Potnag on the opposite side of the Chenab river is so wonderful that one becomes astonished to see its jumps from a distance Its splendor and exquisite sight fascinate one and all. Niginsheer cliff is 4090 meters above from sea level, on its eastern side is just like a crown on its head.It has spring of fresh cold water and green pastures all over the cliff. People enjoy themselves by climbing the cliff and see around it.
Travel to Kishtwar is extremely popular among tourists for the Kishtwar national park that includes the catchment areas of Kiar, Nanth and the Kibar streams. Animals such as the Snow Leopard, Antelope, Wild Yak and the Tibetan Ass can be commonly sighted in this park. At a distance of 19 kilometers from Kishtwar lies the holy pilgrimage of Sarthal Devi. The shrine of Sarthal Devi is well known for its historical importance. The statute of the 18-armed Goddess is a prime attraction at Sarthal Devi. It is believed that this shrine is the winter abode of the goddess Sarthal Devi. There are several Muslim shrines in Kishtwar. Sufi dargahs are found in almost every village of the district. In fact Doda's most famous Sufi shrine is located at Kishtwar. The Ziarat Asrar-ud-Din Sahib shrine is located in Kishtwar, Doda. Tours to Kishtwar offers you an unique opportunity to visit the sacred Sufi shrines that reflect the culture of this region Kishtwar is also famous for its sapphire mines that are located at Paddar