Scores of domestic tourists thronging to the popular high altitude meadows in J&K's Bhaderwah Valley have brought the lush green valley back to life after four months of lockdown imposed by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The flow of local tourists to the alpine grasslands especially to the lush green Jaie Valley surrounded with alpine trees is increasing after administration decided to allow partial restoration of tourism by opening tourist spots for the local visitor.
Jaie Valley, located at a distance of 35 km from Bhaderwah town is a famous tourist destination and is one of the most visited eco-tourist destination of Jammu province. Every year scores of visitors throng Valley for camping and picnics.
People expressed their gratitude to the administration for opening the meadows for the visitors and appealed everyone to follow SoPs so that they can keep on enjoying the freedom of movement.
The administration has issued a slew of guidelines like wearing of masks and keeping social distancing for the local tourists to be followed by the people before venturing out to the picnic spots.