Reasi is a district in the North Indian region of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated on the middle of the Trikuta range, a large number of tourists visit every year to experience the historical, religious and adventure places together. The most prominent place in this district is the shrine of Vaishno Devi situated on the Trikuta Hills. Pilgrims walk 13 kms from the Katra base camp to reach the shrine. The Reasi town is one of the oldest in the Jammu and Kashmir. It was the seat of the 8th century old Bhimgarh state. The Bhimgarh fort near Reasi town built on the bank of river Anji on a hillock is also a tourist site. The holy cave of Shiv Khori dedicated to Lord Shiva is a revered shrine to the pilgrims. 9 kms from the Katra town is the Nau Devi Mata Mandir and Dera Baba Banda Bahadur in the Bhabbar area are also significant religious sites.
The biggest waterfall in north India, Siyad Baba lies in the Reasi district which is a sight to behold. Reasi is also famous for its river rafting on Chenab River. The site of river rafting is almost 27 kms from the Katra town. Reasi is well connected by roads to other part of Jammu. Nearest railway station is at Katra.