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    Aloch Stream

    It takes 6 hours, 36 minutes to travel from Aloch Stream to Rawalpindi. Approximate driving distance between Aloch Stream and Rawalpindi is 330 kms or 205.1 miles or 178.2 nautical miles . Travel time refers to the time taken if the distance is covered by a car. On the table above you can see driving distance in various units namely kilo metres, miles and nautical miles. 1 Mile is about 1609 metres. 1 Nautical Mile is exactly 1852 metres. You can view the route map below. Click and zoom on the map to understand the route better and plan better for your trip.

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    Ansoo Lake

    Ansoo Lake is located in Kaghan Valley of District Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 13,927 feet (4245 meters) above sea level and considered among one of the highest lakes of Himalayas. The lake is situated near Malika Parbat, the highest mountain of Kaghan Valley. According to a resident of Naran Valley, M. Tahir, Ansoo Lake is his discovery and he named this Lake as Ansoo Jheel (transformation in English: “Tear Lake”). The lake (Jheel) is shaped like a tear (Ansoo) that why it is named Ansoo Lake. The lake has become very popular attractions for tourists in a very short time. It is said that one need to be lucky to behold the beautiful Ansoo Lake. Because sometimes when you reach the lake after hours difficult trekking, the lake does not viewable due to fog or rain. Track to the lake itself present several breathtaking and picturesque views to the visitors. After 5 hours of trek a hill comes, and when you look down to the other side from the summit of the hill, Ansoo Lake is there saying behold I am what brings you here, away from the crowds and communities of human. Traveling a little more will take you closer to the bank of lake. The lake stays covered in snow whole year except from July to August. It is said that best time for this trek is between July 10 to August 15 and one can see the mirroring waters of lake during this period of time.

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    Attabad Lake

    The northern areas of Pakistan are rich in breathtaking scenes, lush green hills, deep blue lakes and sky kissing mountains. Like other attractive places to visit in the northern areas, Hunza valley offers absolute serenity and peace to escape the daily grind of life.In between snow-covered peaks of Hunza, mountains lies Attabad lake also known as Gojal lake which was formed in the year 2010, as a consequence of a massive land sliding at Attabad village in Gojal valley, Gilgit Baltistan. The Hunza River pours its water into the Attabad Lake. The depth of the lake is 358 feet almost 109 meters and the length is almost 13 miles i.e. 21 kilometres. The total volume of the water in the lake is 330,000-acre-feet, where the tourists can take pleasure in riding a boat while enjoying the beauty around them of mountains mostly covered with snow and therapeutic landscapes capable of transforming a boat ride into a relaxing experience. The boat ride is a must at Attabad Lake when you are in  Hunza Valley. The villages near the Attabad are Gulmit, Shishkat and Ghulkin. It is almost 14 hours to reach this Ali-Abad, a village have a distance of 30 minutes of a drive towards the lake from Islamabad. If you are not in a mood to drive your car to grab the  Daewoo bus service which takes nearly 20 hours to reach Hunza and enjoy the comfortable and relaxing journey towards your destiny. In the year 2015 Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inaugurated the Pakistan-China Friendship Tunnels, which have been constructed by China over the Attabad Lake. The seven-kilometre long five tunnels are part of the 24km long portion of the Karakorum Highway (KKH) which was damaged in 2010 due to land sliding at Attabad. This tunnel provides freedom from loading your car/jeep onto the boat the moment you cross the lake it provides ease of transportation and magnificent views of the lake around, perhaps it attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. So Gilgit Baltistan better embrace itself for growth, success and plethora of tourists!

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    Banjosa Lake

    It is situated 20 kilometers from Rawalakot, at an altitude of 1981 meters. Its scenic beauty and impressive surrounding is compelling and attracts tourists to reach here to enjoy the nature. Amidst the captivating beauty of Banjosa, the artificial lake reflects the dense forest standing along the surroundings of the resting calm waters of Banjosa Lake. The nearby worth-seeing areas of Banjosa are Jandali, Hussain kot (the native town of the great freedom fighter captain Hussain Khan) and Devi Gali which can not be simply bypassed for a pleasure trip. The distance parting these destinations from Banjosa are 3 kms, 4kms and 12kms respectively. These places portray rich inherent natural beauty encompassing all others while awaiting visitors for a comfortable stay. There are of a few private rest houses on the way to Banjosa from Rawalakot. Also,Ghorimar is situated 20kms from Khaigala awaiting ones arrival to explore the fascinating beauty over-looking the sub-valley of Rawalakot and Bagh.

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    Bishigram Lake, Swat

    It is another beautiful lake, surrounded by mountains and eye catching scenery. The lake is situated in the East of the Bashigram Valley, near Madyan. The lake is at a walking distance of four to five hours from Bashigram Valley. The people of the Valley are very cooperative and kind to the tourists. They have proper knowledge of the area and extend their services as guide. The most famous tale associated with Lake Bashigram is of a golden bowl, which is believed to float over its surface every Friday night. But the most interesting and in a way shocking tale is of a procession of a marriage. Long long ago, would start an elderly person, there was a procession of people who were to take a bride to a village situated to the other side of the mountain in the dark and freezing months of winter.when the procession reached the lake, it was almost dark and they decided to spend the night there as the area was plain and ideal for a night stay. The lake was completely covered with snow and frozen which had turned it to a vast plain ground. Theses innocent people started preparing their evening meal and set a fire a huge pile of logs, as the fire started to blaze, the frozen ice gave way to the intense heat and caved in , which resulted in the death of the doomed procession. All of them drowned in the lake and were perished from the face of the earth, mysteriously.

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    Boga Lake

    Boga Lake is the most beautiful natural lake in Bangladesh. It is also known as Bagakain Lake or Baga Lake. Boga lake is 18 kilometer away from Ruma Sadar Upozilla in Bandarban. The area of this lake is about 15 acres. It is about 3000 feet above sea level. The color of water of this lake is blue and very nice. There are many mythological stories behind the creation of this lake. There are many tourists make their way to Boga lake every year, specially in the winter season. Small tribe community like Bawm, Khumi have localities besides the Boga lake. In the rainy season, it is quite difficult to stroll beside the boga lake. The road from Ruma to Boga lake is still under construction. There waiting lots of pleasure and delight for you at Boga lake. You will definitely be amazed looking at the big rocks lying in and out of the Boga lake. You can have a camp fire beside the lake, that will be unbelievable and mind-blowing memory in your life.

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    Chakesar Khwar

    Chakesar Kandao. Chakesar Kandao is a pass and is located in North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. ... Khan Khwar Dam under Construction,N.W.F.P

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    Chansar Lake

    Chansar Lake is a mountainous lake located at the northern end of the Dubair Ranolia, near the town of Dubair Kohistan. It is in the north east of Kohistan District in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. it is amongst one of the highest lakes in Kohistan. There is also a similar named fictional story associated with the lake. The weather here is moderate during day time while the temperature drops to minus degrees at night

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    Daral Danda

    Daral lake is situated to the northeast of Sidgai Lake and can be accessed through Saidgai after two three hours rigorous trekking. The trail to Daral is full of fun and amusement because it runs over sky touching heights of the mountains provides spectacular sights and panoramas for the beauty hungry eyes of nature lovers. A close look towards the south will reveal the long and winding sellouts of river Swat in the horizon. After walking and trekking for about two and a half hours on bare and naked mountains, the trail start descending towards the East where Daral Lake is located. A wave of delights and thrill sweeps over your body at the first glimpse of the lake from awesome heights. The descend towards the lake is tricky and treacherous; therefore, utmost care and precaution must be taken climbing down the gully. Lake Daral is sprawled over a huge area like a giant amoeba. Large rugged and jagged boulders of various shapes and sizes surround it. Carpets of lush-green grass and erotic flowers cover the edges of the lake. Leaping and swimming frogs in the lake is a spectacle, which compels one to think about the survival of these fragile amphibians in such a harsh, and intimidating eliminate. The blue and wavy water of the lake presents a welcome contrast to rugged and jagged mountain cliffs in the background. The vast and sprawling pasture and grasslands sustain different communities of nomads who make the valley lively busy derving sum

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    Deosai National Park

    The Deosai National Park is located between Skardu, Gultari, Kharmang and Astore Valley, in Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Northern Areas of Pakistan. In Urdu language Deosai means ‘the Land of Giants’. Balti people called it ‘Ghabiarsa’ because it is accessible only in summer. Geography: Deosai National Park lies in Skardu, Baltistan, at an average elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 feet) above sea level. The Deosai Plains are one of the highest plateaus in the world. The park stretches on an area of 3,000 square kilometres (1,200 square miles). It is well known for its rich flora and fauna of the Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe eco-region. In the spring season, it is covered by wildflowers and a vast variety of butterflies. Geology and Soil: The soil of this area is coarser in nature and mixed with gravel and stones different size. In flat areas between mountains,the soil is deep with marshy vegetation. How to reach there: Deosai is accessible by Skardu District from the North, Gultari Kharmang District from the South-East and the Astore District from the West. Deosai is located 30 kilometres away from Skardu city and it is the shortest route to reach Deosai. Most of the foreigners visit Deosai from Skardu and it takes an hour to reach on the top through Sadpara Skardu. The other route is from Astore valley throgh Chilim. It is also accessible from Shila Valley. The people of Gultari travel through Deosai. There is another route called Burgi-la through Tsoq Kachura Valley Skardu. Sheosar Lake: Deosai Lake or Sheosar Lake, meaning “Blind lake” (Sheo means Blind, Sar means lake) located in the park. The lake, at an elevation of 4,142 metres (13,589 feet), is one of the highest lakes in the world. Its length is 2.3 kilometres (7,500 feet), width 1.8 kilometres (5,900 feet) and average depth 40 metres (130 feet).

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    Fairy Lake

    Description: A medium site on a small lake at the widening of the San Juan River. This popular campground has a tendency to flood in heavy rain but should be high and dry during the popular summer months. This is an open, RV friendly site with a beautiful sandy beach. . Things to Do:  Beach - Relax on the beach at the lake. Port Renfrew also has a great sandy beach about 2 km long across the end of the port with lots of driftwood, crashing waves and no structures built. Big Tree Viewing - Visit Avatar Grove, The San Juan Spruce, The Red Creek Fir, or the Harris Creek Spruce. Directions Boating -  there is a primitive boat launch Botanical Beach - At the west end of Juan de Fuca Park is Botanical Beach, one of the richest tidal areas along the west coast. Botanical Beach also has a unique shoreline framed by ridges of shale and quartz, which jut up through the black basalt to form huge tableaus. Botanical Beach is the western terminus for the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail and a popular day trip destination for visitors wishing to observe this sensitive and unique ecosystem. Wildlife viewing is best done at low tide (less than 1.2 m), when visitors can walk out across the flat sandstone and granite outcroppings to view tide pools filled with brightly coloured marine life. Fishing - There are Cutthroat and sea run Dolly Varden in the lake. Nearby Port Renfrew offers world-class salt water fishing for salmon, halibut, crab, ling cod, red snapper, and a variety of bottom fish. Port Renfrew's fishing, in particular the nearby Swiftsure Bank, is considered by many to be BC's best kept secret. Learn more about salt water fishing opportunities in Port Renfrew at FishingPortRenfrew.ca, including information on species, seasons, and locations. Hiking - The is a short nature trail at the lake as well as numerous trails around Port Renfrew. Surfing - San Juan Harbour is home to two surf breaks, both breaking at the rivermouths along the beaches to the north-west of town. When the big south-west swells arrive, these can deliver some excellent waves ... but a good wetsuit is required, year-round! Swimming - You can swim in the lake, or head into Port Renfrew and swim from the beach at the end of San Juan Inlet.

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    Forok Tso

    Forok Tso is a lake and is located in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 2372 metres.

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    Haleji Lake

    Haleji Lake is situated 70 kilometers (43 miles) from Karachi in District Thatta of Sindh, Pakistan. Being Asia’s largest bird sanctuary the lake is a paradise for bird lovers. Every winter between November to February thousands of migratory birds come from as far as Siberia to this lake to find refuge. It is regarded as one of the most important wintering areas of migratory waterfowl in Eurasia. Total area of Lake Haleji is about 19 kilometers (12 miles). The main water reservoir covers an area of 10.59 square kilometers (6.58 square miles) and maximum depth being 5.18 meters (17 feet). Haleji Lake along-with nearby Hudero Lake and kanjeer lake forms a very large complex of waterfowl habitat. These lakes are now home of divers, dabblers, surface and deep water feeders and fresh and brackish water lovers. All these find this strange salt and fresh water mix a fascinating place to suite their moods and requirements. As many as 223 bird species has been recorded in environs of Haleji Lake. The government of Sindh provided legal cover to preserve ecology of the region and Haleji has been declared as wildlife sanctuary. The lake was initially a small one. It was a salt water lake formed by seasonal water, collecting in a depression. During World War II, the government of Sindh decided to increase the aptitude of this lake by having a tributary stream from River Sindh, in order to provide water to thousands of British and American troops stationed in Karachi. All salt water of the lake was depleted and a dike was built around the lake, which was fed by a canal of fresh water. As a result Haleji turned into one of the important water source to the increasing population of Karachi as well as exquisite site for waterfowl.

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    Hanna Lake

    The lake is located a little short of the place where the Urak Valley begins and 14 km from Quetta. The reservoir was constructed during the British Colonial era in 1894, and is one of the main attractions in the city. It offers the panoramic views of the region. It also features a restaurant that is covered with the pine trees. From May to September is the best time to visit Hanna Lake. Golden fish in the lake come swimming right up to the edge of the lake. There is a lakeside restaurant with picnic tables shaded by pine trees. At one end, the irrigation dam rises out of the depths like battlements of a fort, and on the eastern part the Hayat Durrani Water Sports Academy (HDWSA) the only rowing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing training center in Balochistan Province. The HLDA / HDWSA and Merck has planted various trees for the beautification and protection of environment in Hanna Lake Mountains.

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