Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan and one of the best cities in the world in terms of its view, calmness, cleanliness, and tourist attractions. Islamabad houses Presidential Palace, Prime minister house and all other government instituions. This city is the home to the Pakistan Monument, which is one of the two national monuments of Pakistan.
5 days Neelum Valley AJK and Shogran tour package is designed to offer a combo deal, making it memorable for families. Tourists can avail of this package throughout the year. Neelum valley AJK is the most accessible destination during winters and welcome tourist to experience snowfall.
Lake Saiful Muluk is a must-visit tourist place in Pakistan during Naran Kaghan tour, located in Naran Kaghan valley some 230 Km from Islamabad & 20 km from Kaghan. Lake Saiful Muluk Naran valley enjoys cult-like status admired by tourist all across Pakistan. Naran valley is only accessible during summers. Due to many exciting locations like Lake Saiful Malook, Lalazar, Batakundi, Babusar top, and Lulu Sar lake Naran is considered to be a center point. Kunhar river flows in the center of the city and is the product of melting Glaciers. Naran kaghan valley runs parallel to Neelum valley AJK and one track from Sharda Neelum Valley leads to Lalazar Naran. Enjoy & Plan summer vacations at its fullest by visiting Naran Kaghan with your family to enjoy natural beauty at its peak. Naran Kaghan Tour is incomplete without visit to Lake Saiful Muluk.
Gorakh, a hill station in upper Sindh, is the highest point in the province with an elevation of over 5000 ft, located 94 km northwest of Dadu city. Gorakh Hill station lies in the Kirthar Mountain range and thus has pleasant weather all year round. In winters, Gorakh also receives snowfall. Enroute Gorakh, one passes through some popular places of Sindh such as Hyderabad, Jamshoro, and Sehwan city. The journey upwards to Gorakh is undertaken in jeeps and the ride offers a fantastic opportunity to spot some of the famous birds of Sindh, such as the Egret, Lammergeier vulture, Houbara bustard, etc. Sunsets at Gorakh are spectacular— the peaks are imbued with a golden hue, earning Gorakh the nickname of the ‘golden valley’. Gorakh Hills is also a tourist favorite for camping, bonfires and stargazing as the view of mountains all around is breathtaking and the night sky is free from light pollution.
The journey from Karachi to Ormara is 350 Km approximately. Ormara's beach, and we were surprised to see so many people. The outskirts of Ormara beach is a breathtaking view of water and mountains from the ongoing highway. Ormara, is a port city in Gwadar District in Balochistan.
Swat is known as the Switzerland of Pakistan. The river Swat is a clear water river starting from the Ushu rage of mountains to the spread of the valley of Swat. It is one of the greenest valleys of Northern Pakistan and is well connected to the rest of Pakistan. There are regular flights from Islamabad to Swat and back. One can also get here either from Peshawar (160 KMs) or Islamabad.(250 KMs) The valley of Swat is located in the middle of foothills of Hindukush mountain range. The main town of the valley is Mingora and Saidu Sharief. A swat is a place for leisure Lover, Hikers, and archaeologist. There are many comfortable hotels where one can stay a while to relax. In Kalam upper Swat there are some very pleasant walks since the weather is pretty pleasant one can easily walk over the hills for hours and enjoy the unspoiled nature. The Swat is a garden of Ashoka and was a prosperous land in the Buddhist times (2nd BC to 5 AD) There are at least over 100 archaeological sites in the valley less than 10% of the area excavated. One can explore some of those sites in a half day tour of Swat.
Kalam is an enchanting valley in Swat at an altitude of 6,500 feet. It is surrounded by stunning, tall peaks, luscious forests, and beautiful waterfalls. The Ushu and Gabral rivers join to form the Swat River in Kalam. There are several alpine glacial lakes in Kalam, including the Mahodand Lake, Kundol Lake and Izmis Lake forming picturesque spots where tourists can camp or go for boating. Other scenic attractions are Ushu, Maltitan, Utror, and Gabral.
Situated at 3,220 ft in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province is the magnificent Swat valley. Dubbed the “Switzerland of the East”, the area is a traveller’s paradise with its refreshing weather, lush green pine trees, snow-capped peaks, and the crystalline waters of the Swat River meandering through its heavenly plains from the Ushu mountain range. Swat is located 250km from Islamabad and 160km from Peshawar. Its capital is Saidu Sharif and Mingora is a popular city with tourists owing to a great variety of hotels and bazaars