|Location:||Bringhi valley, approximately 70 km from Srinagar|
|Attractions:||Sprawling gardens, medicinal properties of the spring water and the scenic locales.|
Kukernag is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Perhaps the most important tourist attraction of a tour to Kokernag is the Papashudan Nad, the magical and curative spring which draws thousands of tourists to the valley each year. Home to the largest fresh water spring in Kashmir, Kokernag is known for its collection of springs, which in totality produce an image of the claws of a "Koker" or a cock, a trait to which the vale owes its name. Blessed with rich a soil which promotes the growth of several varieties of plants and flowers, a tour to Kokernag is made even more perfect by the presence of a number of accommodation options in the region.
How to reach
The easiest way of reaching Kokernag is by air. The nearest airport is at the Badgam District around 70 kms away from the village of Kokernag.
The nearest railhead to Kokernag is at Jammu from where it takes an approximate time of around 2 hours to reach Kokernag.
Kokernag is well-connected to a number of other regions of Jammu and Kashmir. There are a number of well maintained roads which lead to Kokernag