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Top 10 Best Natural Places To Visit In Pakistan

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Top 10 Best Natural Places To Visit In Pakistan

Natural beauty is unparalleled. Pakistan has some of the most beautiful sites in the world to visit, particularly in the northern portions of Pakistan and the Kashmir region.

This region of the country is well-known across the world for its sky-high mountains, lush green valleys, mighty rivers, stunning lakes, and abundant animals.

The prominent tourist attractions in Pakistan are the Paradise on Earth ‘Neelum Valley,’ Mini Switzerland ‘Swat Valley,’ and Mountain Kingdom ‘Hunza Valley.’ All of these locations are examples of the world’s natural beauty.

There are also numerous top camping places in Pakistan where visitors may enjoy hiking and camping.

Here are the top 10 best natural places to visit in Pakistan.

Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley

Neelam Valley is a 144-kilometer-long bow-shaped valley in Azad Kashmir. Muzaffarabad is located to the north and northeast of the Valley (The Capital of Azad Kashmir). The Neelam River valley, which runs through the Lesser Himalaya, offers exceptional visual splendor, panoramic views, towering hills on both sides of the boisterous Neelum river, lush green woods, beautiful streams, and attractive surroundings, making the valley a dream come true.

Neelum Valley is a popular tourist destination due to its lush flora, springs, streams, lakes, and rugged and sloppy slopes. Athmuqam, Kutton Jagran, Karen, Neelum, Ratti Galli, Baboon, Noori top, Sharda, Sharda Fort, Sharda University (The Oldest University of the Subcontinent), Arrang Kel, Surgon, Halmet, Taobut are some of its well-known locations.

Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley

The Hunza Valley is a hilly valley located in Gilgit–Baltistan. It was a princely state. At an elevation of roughly 2,500 meters, the Hunza Valley is located north/west of the Hunza River. The Valley is divided into three regions: Upper Hunza (Gojal), Center Hunza, and Lower Hunza.

The most gorgeous area to visit is the Hunza Valley. It also offers many beautiful sights to see. Some of these stunning locations include. Rakaposhi Base Camp, Diran Base Camp, Hoper Glacier, Passue and Gulmit, Khunjrab Pass, Atta Abad Lake, Batura Glacier, and Nagar Valley

The valley provides access to the world’s largest glaciers as well as natural scenery. The inhabitants of Hunza are among the best in the country.

Swat Valley

Swat Valley

Swat Valley

Swat is a valley and administrative district in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. It is the upper valley of the Swat River, which originates in the Hindu Kush mountains.

Swat is one of the most famous tourist spots in Pakistan. It has too much to offer with its lush woods, green alpine meadows, and snow-capped mountains. Swat, located at a height of 3,220 feet, has a significantly cooler and wetter climate than the rest of Pakistan.

Swat Valley is also known as Pakistan’s “Mini Switzerland.” Mahodand Valley & Lake, Natural Ushu Valley & Ushu Forest, Malam Jabba (Famous ski resort in Swat Valley), Madyan, Swat & Kalam Vallies, Bonir, Der, and many other naturally stunning locations are among the many attractions in the valley.

Kalash Valley

Kalash Valley

Kalash Valley

Kalash Valley is a popular tourist destination in Pakistan. This is located in Pakistan’s Chitral district. This valley has a long history, but it is not without controversy. Kelash is an ancient Greek culture. This civilization’s people are known as ‘The Kelash.’ Belongs to ancient tribes with their religion and culture.

People construct their homes with rough-shaped logs. People of Kalash are cheerful, they celebrate many festivals like Uchal Festival, Phoo Festival, and Chomos Festival. Also, there are many attractive sites for visiting.

This is one of Pakistan’s most popular tourist destinations. Aside from natural beauty, the valley offers a one-of-a-kind and beautiful culture. People live in little communities built on the faces of hills. These communities are located along the banks of streams and rivers.

Kaghan Valley

Kaghan Valley

Kaghan Valley

The Kaghan Valley is lovely in the Mansehra District’s northeast. It draws a large number of tourists from all around the world, not just Pakistan. The Kaghan valley, located in the lower Himalayan mountain range, is recognized for its captivating splendor and natural beauty.

It is one of the most lovely tourist destinations in the picturesque Hazara division. There are numerous lovely and appealing places to visit, such as Shogran, Jared, Naran, Lake Saiful Muluk, Lake Dudipat Sar, Lake Lulu Sar, Babusar Pass, and many more.

Summer is the finest time to visit the Kaghan Valley. Naran is the Valley’s most popular tourist destination. Thousands of people visit Naran daily. The terrain and climate of the region are Alpine, with forests and meadows dominating the landscape below.

One of Pakistan’s tallest lakes, “Saiful Muluk,” is located near the town of Naran. It’s a mountain lake in Saiful Muluk National Park. in the National Park of Saiful Muluk. The lake is a source of the Kunhar River and is located at an elevation of 3,224 meters above sea level.

Murree Hills

Murree Hills

Murree Hills

This is a summer mountain resort. The summer resort is located in Murree, a Rawalpindi District subdivision. Murree was the British Raj’s summer capital in Punjab Province. People from all across Pakistan like to visit in the summer to appreciate its natural beauty. Also, throughout the winter season for an unforgettable snowy experience.

Bhurban and New Murree (Patriata) are important tourist destinations. Galliat is a popular tourist destination in Murree. It boasts amazing flora and picturesque beauty that draws tourists from all across Asia. Murree Hills’ most popular picnic spots include Dunga Gali, Muskpuri Hill, Nathia Gali, Bara Gali, and Mall Road.

Shandur Pas

Shandur Pas

Shandur Pas

Shandur is the world’s highest polo ground. Between the districts of Chitral and Ghizer in Gilgit-Baltistan, it is 3738 meters above sea level. It is commonly referred to as the “Roof of the World.” The plateau at the top is level and maybe crossed between late April and early November.

In addition to its natural charms, the Shandur Polo Festival is held here each summer. A polo match is being played between teams from Chitral District and districts from Gilgit-Baltistan. This is also a major source of interest for tourists. In this freestyle competition, different people compete against each other.

The Shandur Pass is one of Pakistan’s most important mountain passes. In addition, it is one of the top sites to visit in Pakistan. It is normally uninhabited, and traversing its snow-covered slopes in winter is an extremely tough undertaking. The polo ground is roughly 168 kilometers from Chitral’s main town and is only accessible by jeep. Due to severe snow, the road is closed throughout the winter.

Rawalakot

Rawalakot

Rawalakot

Rawalakot is the district headquarters of the Poonch Division in Azad Kashmir. It is located in a picturesque valley surrounded by hills, 80 kilometers between Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Rawalakot is a popular summer destination.

Rawalakot’s winters are bitterly cold. Toli Pir, Poonch River, Tatta Pani, Banjosoa Lake, Sudhngalli, and many other attractions await visitors. Aside from its historical significance, Rawalakot is one of Pakistan’s most beautiful cities.

Ziarat

Ziarat

Ziarat

Ziarat is the district capital of Balochistan, Pakistan. In addition, Ziarat is a well-known Balochistan holiday destination, with practically every travel from Karachi to Quetta stopping there.

It served as the head commissioner of Baluchistan’s summer residence as well as a sanatorium for European troops stationed in Quetta. There is plenty of water, and the surrounding hills are well-forested and attractive.

A trip to Quetta would be completed without a stop in Ziarat. Ziarat is a hill station in the Baluchistan province’s Sibi district. It is relatively cold in the summer and gets plenty of snow in the winter.

Jehlum Valley

Jehlum Valley

Jehlum Valley

This valley in the Azad Kashmir region is great for both domestic and international tourists. The Jhelum River winds its way from east to west through this valley’s beautiful green mountains. The most picturesque valley in this valley is “Leepa Valley.”

This is Azad Kashmir’s most unique and beautiful valley. Its lush green rice fields in the summer and distinctive wooden Kashmiri houses provide visitors with a breathtaking picture. Leepa’s walnut, apple, cherry, and honey are extremely popular and in high demand.

There are numerous tourist attractions, including Peerchanasi, Chikar, Chinary, Leepa, Chakothi, Ghari Dopatta, Chokothi Cham-fall, and Zilzaal Lake. Without a doubt, it is Pakistan’s most beautiful natural beauty.

 

 

 

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