What are the Beautiful Places in Pakistan?
Pakistan is full of locations that will make you fall in love with this country all over again. Here you can see compile a list of places you want to visit next year if you’re a tourist or enjoy traveling then.
Saifulmuluk.com frequently publishes images of stunning tourist areas and historic areas of Pakistan to highlight the positive image of the nation and to create awareness among the people.
Here are. Your experience is, indeed, unforgettable:
1. Naltar valley
Naltar is renowned for its colourful lakes, it’s located at a drive of 2.5 hours from Gilgit. World’s most tasty potatoes are cultivated here. Covered with pine trees, this valley doesn’t appear to be a part of the world.
You should visit Naltar at least once, if you truly want to experience paradise in this world. This place will make you fall in love with it.
2. Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir
Opposite to the Keran sector of Indian-held Kashmir. From the Chella Bandi Bridge — just north of Azaad Kashmir’s capital Muzaffarabad — to Tau Butt, a valley stretches out for 240 kilometres; it is referred to as the Neelum Valley (literally, the Blue Gem Valley).
Neelum is among Azaad Kashmir’s most gorgeous valleys, and it hosts lush hills, freshwater streams, forests, several brooks, and a river. Here, you see cataracts falling down the mountains; their milky-white waters splashing against the rocks and flowing across the roads.
3. Shangrila hotel, Skardu
In Pakistan’s north, Skardu Gilgit-Baltistan’s central valley, is an epitome of wilderness, serenity and beauty.
After Jaglot on the Karakoram Highway, a road that is narrow turns towards Skardu. During the seven-hour journey, one is greeted with springs streams, and the hospitality of the people.
After crossing the old bridge constructed over the River Indus, one reaches a paradise in the world for tourists, Shangrila. It is a tourist place in Skardu, which is about 25 minutes away by drive. Restaurant at Shangrila rest house is highlight of this place, which is constructed in the structure of an aircraft.
4. Gojal Valley Pakistan
The Gojal Valley borders China and Afghanistan, with its boundary meeting the Chinese border at Khunjerab — 15,397 feet above sea level — and remains covered with snow throughout the year.
In the north west, there is Chiporsun, whose border touches Afghanistan’s region. Wakhan is roughly six square miles in area, after which starts Tajikistan. The Karakoram Highway which connects Pakistan to China enters China at Khunjerab and passes through Gojal Valley.
5. Deosai Plains
Deosai is located on the border of the Himalayas and Karakoram, and it’s less than 4000 meters above sea level. It remains covered with snow for 8 months. The remainder of the year, it hosts a range of beautiful flowers of all hues and colours, but not a single tree is found in this plateau spread over 3000 sq. km.
Sheosar lake is also part of this. This lake is one of the highest lakes in the world. The deep blue water, with snow-covered mountains in background, and greenery with wild flowers in foreground offer such a view in summers, that one is amused for the rest of his life.
6. Rama Meadow
Only a little ahead of Rama Village, which is 11 kilometres from Astore, is a lovely and serene plain called Rama Meadow.
Should you ever happen to end up in plain, ice-cold and milk-white water flowing in streams, sheep and cows grazing in peace, pine trees, Chongra’s ice-covered peak in history, and Nanga Parbat’s southern form is in view, then you’re probably in Rama Meadow.
7. Siri Paye
Shogran had seen an influx of tourists, who trampled over its own beauty, leaving it jaded. Siri Paye, nonetheless retains its attraction for tourists as a plateau on top of the Hindu Kush. Engulfed in fog and clouds it entices many.
Here, you smell, and see numerous tiny ponds filled meet with horse-riders drifting around wild yellow flowers. With the Makra Peak set as a backdrop, the beauty of the Siri Paye meadows comes to life. Tour To siri Paye
8. Ayun and Bamburet Valley
Ayun district is a village of Chitral. Situated 12 kilometres south of the city at the confluence of the River Bamburet. There are no words to describe the beauty of the mountains. Beyond Ayun valley is Bamburet Valley, it is one of the three Kalash valleys.
Bamburet is almost two-hour travel from Chitral. Locals trace their roots to Alexander the Great and Greece. Valley is a picturesque valley with lush greenery and mountains that provide you a feeling of calm and solitude.
9. White Palace Swat
White Palace Marghazar is the breathtaking location in the Swat district that’s situated at a distance of around 12 km from the city of Mingora. Not only do tourists visit Marghazar for its natural beauty and pleasant weather but also to visit the historic White Palace (1941), built during the age of Swat state.
After the White Palace was constructed on the directives of the creator of Swat state, Miangul Abdul Wadood Marghazar became the capital of Swat state during summer season. After seven decades, White Palace remains an attraction for tourists, even today.
The Palace does not just look beautiful in summer; even through winter it remains enchanting especially after snowfall. Read: Swat’s White Palace: Cut from the same rock as the Taj Mahal
10. Kerthar area
The Kirthar range stretches to Balochistan, serving as a natural boundary between the two provinces. This mountain range includes the scenic Gorakh Hill (5700), Kutte Ji Qabar (6877) and Bandu Ji Qabar (7112).
This region is not just known for its breathtaking beauty but also because of its history. Spread across 150 miles, it is an ideal tourist spot due to locations, springs and many streams, however, it’s unfortunate that few tourists prefer to visit. The population is excited to welcome visitors and want to make this area a better place.
11. Mubarak Village Karachi
Mubarak remains the second fishermen village in Karachi. Bordering with Gadani (Balochistan), the landscape encircles a stark contrast of gold hills and turquoise clear waters.
With plenty of love, this place welcomes you away from town frenzy. Park near the shore, a lot of boats are anchored floating beneath the expansive blue sky.
12. Rural areas near Punjab river
Punjab has been gifted with countless blessings including land and lush farms. As winter ends colors of spring nature has blessed Punjab with colours of each season.
According to Syed Mehdi Bukhari, Sialkot, a town standing close to the banks of River Chenab, is also known as the centre of artisans. Perhaps, this river straddling, but the people living near its banks owe their fertility to Chenab. Iqbal, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Shev Kumar Batalvi, and several other minds have their origins here. The River Chenab flows from Marala, 24 kilometres.
13. Ghanche District, Gilgit–Baltistan
The Ghanche district of gilgit-Baltistan stands aloof with its valleys and settlements occupied by the hospitable locals and river irrigated lands. The central place in the district is Khaplu, which is a landscape with summits, flowing waterfalls and blue waters.
As they were centuries earlier the people of this little settlement on the bank of River Shyok, are warm and loving.
Going the road takes one into the delta of River Shyok, where it divides, flowing through the gravel filled river plain. The peak of Mashabrum mountain is also seen in the backdrop.
14. Ranikot Fort
Ranikot, with a circumference of about 26 km, is the largest fort in the world. This has not been sufficient to convince the government to develop it as a tourist attraction.
This fort is available from Karachi. To Dadu, head after departing from Karachi through on the Indus Highway. The road is in excellent condition. It’s an hour-long journey to San, the House of Sindhi nationalist, GM Syed. A little further from the town there comes a diversion. A board announces that Ranikot is some 30 kilometers away. Even though the road is in condition, the space can be covered in 30 to 40 minutes.
The princely state in Punjab boasts a treasure of monuments, historical buildings and parks that many have never heard of. Bahawalpur — a city located along the bank of the river. Together with desert regions, Bahawalpur is known whereas the splendor palaces do not fail to impress you, as the land of gardens which soothe your eyes.
16. Gorak Hill
Snowfall in Sindh — sounds more but no, there is one place in Sindh where it really snows in winter, to the extent that in 2008 the mountains got covered with a coating of snow.
Gorakh is a scenic plateau is a part of the Kirthar Mountain Range and located at a height of over 5,688 feet that covers the Sindh’s border with Balochistan in the west.