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Pakistan is one of the most blessed regions on the earth. Blessed with the gorgeous nature, seasons and many other more in the sort of center of attraction among the different countries. Pakistan has endowed the richness of assorted flora and fauna, High Himalayas, Hindukush and Karakoram ranges that area unit with their alpine meadows and permanent snow line

  • Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley is situated some over 4000 meters above sea level in North, North East of Muzaffarabad. Marvelous scenic esthetics, extensive views, sky-scraping hills on both sides of the surreptitious Neelum river, flourishing green forests, dazzling streams, and captivating sceneries make the valley a dream come true. The area is supreme for trekking. It is famous for its lush greenery springs, streams, lakes, and hilly and sloppy mountains.

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  • Hunza Valley

Hunza valley the mountainous valley situated in Gilgit Baltistan is one of the much-renowned places are often referred to as heaven on earth, surrounded by the majestic The Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges. The valley has three regions upper Hunza, central Hunza, and Lower Hunza. it has many impressive sites to see. Some of these fascinating places are Rakaposhi Base Camp, Diran Base Camp, Hoper Glacier, Batura Glacier, Passu cathedrals, Atta Abad lake, Khunjrab Pass, Gulmit, and Nagar valley.

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  • Swat Valley

Swat is a delightful valley and an administrative district in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Swat is one of Pakistan’s most popular excursionist destinations with the flourishing green forest with the snow-capped  sloppy mountains and lush green meadows, the captivating views offer solace to the heart.

Swat Valley also renowned as “Mini Switzerland of Pakistan”. The valley has many charismatic places  for visiting tourists such as Malam Jabba, Mahodand Lake, Natural Ushu Valley, Mahodand Valley, Ushu Forest, Madyan, swat, Der, kalam, Bonir, and many other naturally attractive sites.

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  • Kalash valley

Kalash valley the majestic valley located in Chitral district, the valley owned a controversial historic background. Kalash is the oldest Greek civilization, the inhabitants are called “THE KALASH”. The people of Kalash are Pakistani by passport but non-Muslims by religion, they have their religion and culture.


This is one of the best places for tourists to visit in Pakistan. The aesthetic beauty of nature is terrific further the beauty of its uniqueness and culture cannot be denied. residential of Kalash are cheerful, they celebrate many festivals like Phoo Festival, Uchal Festival, and Chomos Festival. Also, there are many attractive sites for visiting.

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  • Kaghan valley

The Kaghan Valley is a beautiful alpine valley in the north-east of the Mansehra District. nature captivates many tourists from not only Pakistan but also from the whole world. the Kaghan valley laying in lower Himalayan mountains range, famous for its bewitching, luxuriousness and lush green sceneries. There are many beautiful and attractive spots like Shogran, Babusar Pass, Lake Dudipat Sar, Naran, Lake Saiful Muluk, Lake, Lulu Sar and much more to do.

Naran is the most famous town for tourist spots in this valley Near the town Naran, there’s one of the highest lakes in Pakistan “Saiful Muluk”. It is a lake enveloped with tremendous hills in the Saiful Muluk National Park. Babusar Top is a further best spot to visit in Kaghan, rising from an elevation of 13,691 feet above sea level, The Pass connects KPK with Gilgit Baltistan via the Thak Nala on the Karakoram Highway (KKH). It can be easily accessed by cars.

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  • Shandur pass

Shandur is the Highest Polo Ground on Earth. Elevated about 3738 meters above sea level between Chitral District and Ghizer District of Gilgit-Baltistan. It is often known as the ‘Roof of the World’. The top is leveled, a plateau and can wander over between late April and early November.


Further to its natural attractions, each summer a hug event called the Shandur Polo Festival is celebrated here and is a big source of attraction for the tourist. There is a polo match being played between the teams of districts of Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral District. Shandur pass is generally unpopulated and passing through its snow-capped slopes in winters is an exceptionally difficult adventure. The polo ground is approx. 168 Km from the main town Chitral and accessible by 4 wheelers. The road is closed during the wintertime due to heavy snow.

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  • Jehlum Valley

This is a majestic valley of Azad Kashmir region for both the domestic and international backpackers. This valley has a most gloomy and lonesome valley “Leepa Valley”. This is the most fascinating &  valley in Azad Kashmir. Its typical wooden Kashmiri houses and lush green rice fields present wonderful scenes to the people visiting this area. Apple, Walnut and Cherry are very popular and in great demand. There are many visiting sites like Chinary, Chikar, Peerchanasi, Leepa, Zilzaal Lake, Chokothi, Cham waterfall, and Ghari Dopatta.

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  • Lake Saiful Muluk

This beauty is found at the northern end of Kaghan valley. it’s within the north-east of Mansehra Division of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. Not solely the mountains encompassing it build the place lovely, however, its reflection within the lake is certainly breathtaking! Summers are an honest time to travel here by the jeeps. However, in winter, it will take quite long to induce here and typically the jeeps aren’t a good choice considering slippery ways.

The best time to go to Lake Saif ul Malook is between May and the end of July. It remains covered in snow throughout winter, and the way to the lake remains closed due to heavy snowfall.

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  • Ansoo ​Lake

Ansoo Lake is another astonishing spot for backpackers in Pakistan. Ansoo means to tear, and the lake is in the sculpture of a teardrop or a water drop. It is based in the Kaghan Valley. It is tenacious to get to the lake which also justifies why the lake was unexplored even by locals since 1993. While it was discovered by Pakistan Air Force pilots who were flying low in the area.

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