09 Jul 5 Places that Attracts Tourist to Travel Pakistan
Despite the rich history of Pakistan, obvious in its mosques, fortifications, landmarks, and national tributes; the country isn’t generally on tourist’s list. but it was the story of the old days.
Nowadays many people all around the country, in fact, all around the globe come to visit the beautiful locations in Pakistan. Other than rich history, Pakistan also has a rich culture and the people of Pakistan are very welcoming. They cooperate with tourists and try their best to make them feel at home. They facilitate them by offering services like accommodation, tourist guides, private pick and drop services in Lahore or any other city, and so on.
Summer season is especially considered as the season of tourism as in winters due to heavy snow-falling roads are closed. This is specifically true for northern areas that are full of lush green valley, snowy mountains, and picturesque landscapes.
Here we have mentioned 5 best places that attract tourists to visit Pakistan at least once.
Kalasha valley is located between the Hindu Kush mountain range in Chitral. These delightful valleys are the hub of the ethnic and unique Kalash tribe.
The hypnotizing magnificence of the region, the lush green meadows, and the remarkable design of the houses make this spot worth exploring.
Bamburet is the most popular among the Kalasha Valleys. However, if you want to see and experience the unique culture of kalasha, go to Rumboor and Birir.
The liberal Kalash individuals are supposed to be the progenies of the armed forces of Alexander the Great. Do not miss the annual festival called Chilam Joshi that happens in May.
In spite of the fact that it is relatively unheard and overlooked, contrasted with Pakistan’s most popular tourist places, however, Yarkhun Valley is the most delightful spot. It is situated in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, (upper Chitral areas). Yarkhun astonishes the world with its mountain ranges and untouched towns.
Reaching the valley, which extends for many kilometers beyond the administrative town of Mastuj, requires some effort if you do not have your own car. If you do have one however, the ride isn’t really bad – simply get ready for the mostly dirt streets!
The side valley of Gazin is certainly worth a detour if you make it right to Yarkhun. Here, you can enjoy the beautiful mountains of the Thoi Pass. It is a high-elevation pass that links Yasin Valley of Gilgit Baltistan with Upper Chitral.
Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir
Neelam Valley is also famous as a blue gem of Pakistan. This valley is one of the most visited zones among the northern territories of Pakistan. Neelam is the district of Azad Kashmir. It is located around 90km away from its Capital. Neelam is around 180km away from Islamabad and it takes around 7 hours of drive to reach there if you travel by either personal car or rental car. Neelam is considered as the most exceptional valleys of Azaad Kashmir. As it has a few streams, freshwater streams, lavish green mountains, and a spouting river. You should have a trip to Neelam valley at least once in your life.
It is an obvious fact that Hunza is home to liberal, supportive, and cooperative individuals. It is situated in the Karakoram Mountain Range, Hunza involves a few brilliant and stunning towns.
There’s so much like gardens, glaciers, streams, rivers, wooden bridges, and valleys evaded by rough and snow-capped mountains.
Witness a mesmerizing sunset at Duikar, a little town perching over the town. Get picturesque views from the head of Altit and Baltit fortifications. Or then again simply walk around the delightful streets of Hunza and socialize with local people.
Karimabad, the main business hub of the valley, has numerous hotels, cafés, and shops. Before you leave, try some mouth-watering local dishes at the cafés and get some excellent handiworks at the shops.
White Palace Swat
White Palace Marghazar is the only stunning area in the Swat district that is located at a distance of around 12 kilometers from Mingora city. In addition to the fact that tourists visit Marghazar for its natural beauty and lovely climate yet additionally to visit the historic White Palace that was constructed in 1941, worked during the time of Swat state.
After the White Palace was built on the mandates of the founder of modern Swat state, Miangul Abdul Wadood otherwise called Badshah Sahab, Marghazar turned into the capital of Swat state during the summer season. Indeed, even today, over seven decades later, White Palace stays a fascination for tourists.