Sanasar is the name given to the two small villages of Sana and Sar in Jammu province, India.Named after small local lakes, ‘Sana’ & ‘Sar’ are located 20 km west of Patnitop, on the national highway 1A, in the Jammu province of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, India. At an altitude of 2050 mts it is the hub for adventure sport activities in Jammu region. At 11 km from Patnitop, Natha Top offers scenic views of the mighty western(Kishtwar) Himalayas and the lower Shivalik range. The Bramha Massif, with its prominent peaks of Brahma 1 and 2 & Flat Top, is clearly visible. Eight kilometres down the road, from Natha Top, is Sanasar, with Matha top falling en route. As you approach Sanasar, the range on the right is Shanta Ridge,with the ShankPal Nag temple situated at its highest point of 2800 mts.
Sanasar, the mini Gulmarg and one of the remotest region of India, is a wonderful hill station in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The town is built in a cup-shaped meadow surrounded by gigantic conifers. Recently, it has been developed as a golf course for its tourists. While visiting Sanasar, you are provided opportunities for paragliding, parasailing and horse riding also. All these adventure sports activities are controlled by J&K government authorities. The place is a paradise for those who want to explore their latent sporting spirits and sportsmanship. It is particularly famous for the wide range of sporting activities.
Batote,%is one of the popular tourist destinations in Jammu and Kashmir. The tourist resort is situated at a distance of 125 kilometers from the city of Jammu. Batote is a tourist paradise with the Chenab gorge and the mountain ranges lying in the close proximity of the region.