Shogran is a hill station in Naran Kaghan valley at a distance of 212 Km from Islamabad, Shogran is a true tourist paradise at the height of 7,749 ft above sea level for holiday makers during Naran Kaghan Tour. Highest peak of Naran Kaghan valley i.e Malika-e-Parbat is best viewed from Shogran. Shogran was a popular shooting place of Pakistani film industry during 90s. From Shogran, you can ride a jeep or horse or hike to several picturesque places like Siri,Paye and Makra Peak. Duirng Shogran Naran Kaghan tour , some very famous hotels are available there and you can enjoy unforgetable scenes of sun rise and sunset. You will find friendly and peacefull local people on Pakistan tour of Naran Kaghan Shogran.
The stunning Kalash Valley is arguably the most well-known area of Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ancient Kalash people or “Wearers of the Black Robe”, a pagan tribe, reside in three sub-valleys of Kalash: Bumboret, Rumbor, and Birir. According to legends, soldiers of the legions of Alexander the Great settled in Chitral and are the progenitors of the Kalash.
Banjosa Rawalakot AJK (Pearl Valley) is one of the most beautiful valleys of Azad Kashmir, located 80 km away from Rawalpindi & Islamabad. Major Tourist attractions include Jandali Hills, Tolipeer, Banjosa Lake, Khai Gala & Rawalakot city. By Road, it takes two and a half hour to Rawalakot which is also famous by the name of "Pearl Valley" its specialty is natural beauty. Rawalakot, the "Paradise on Earth", is known for its captivating beauty. These snow-capped ranges make Rawalakot look like a picture straight out of a fairytale. Poonch rivers, Banjosa lake, splendid gardens, flowering meadows, etc are some other features of the landscape of the Rawalakot valley.
DescriptionFairy Meadows is a name given to the spectacular, green fields that lie near the Nanga Parbat Mountain in Raikhot Valley, Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Located at an altitude of about 10,800 feet, Fairy Meadows is a starting point for people who wish to scale the mighty Nanga Parbat Mountain, the 9th highest in the world. Fairy Meadows can be reached by a 5 km road trek from the nearby Tattu village. The road to Fairy Meadows was built by Brigadier M. Aslam Khan First Commander of the Gilgit Scouts. A 12 km jeep track from Raikhot bridge on the Karakoram Highway leads to Tattu. Fairy Meadows remains a popular tourist destination in Gilgit-Baltistan from April to September. The Nanga Parbat Mountain sets a gorgeous backdrop for the Fairy Meadows, making it an exciting destination for local and foreign tourists. The meadows are also home to many species of wildlife. Mammals found are brown bears, musk deer, Marco Polo's sheep, red fox, markhor and Himalayan ibex. The area is a visual treat for nature enthusiasts and wildlife photographers.
Kumrat is a valley in the Upper Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. It is one of the scenic valleys of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and a picturesque spot for travelers. Every summer season thousands of tourists from different areas of the country visit to Kumrat valley and enjoy the greenery. Kumrat Valley is a charming valley in Upper Dir district of KPK province in Pakistan. It is one of the beautiful valleys of Pakistan, and a picturesque spot for travelers. Every summer season thousands of tourists from different areas of the country visit to Kumrat valley.