Pakistan may be in news reports for all the completely wrong reasons, but it’s one of the most marvelous places on the planet. Yearly, countless foreign people visit Pakistan for tourism. For travellers, Pakistan has everything. There are lots of areas you can travel to in Pakistan. Travellers can select from the Karachi seaside to Karakoram Highway that comes to an end in China, from the wilderness of Baluchistan desert to the rocky tremendous mountain terrain of K2. There are plenty of amazing and heritage places one can travel to in Pakistan. People of Pakistan are extremely warm and also welcoming to the travellers. Pakistan has been lucky with so many natural areas, which includes deserts to the world’s 2nd highest peak, K2. You can find green meadows, lakes, steep slopes, green valleys, flowing rivers, glaciers and mountains. With so much natural attractiveness, it is no surprise that Pakistan is one of the most famous tourist destinations for visitor all over the world. Also take a look at Pakistan’s Top 10 Honeymoon Spots.


The breath taking 60-minute flight from Islamabad to Gilgit through the majestic snowcapped Himalayas and mighty Karakorams is an exciting experience. The Himalayan & Karakoram region consists of several hundred peaks, sixty of which rise higher than 6,700m. Among these giants are the famous Nanga Parbat (8,125m), the ninth highest in the world, and K-2 Peak (8,611m), the second highest.

This is the land where lofty peaks tower above rich valleys and lakes of great scenic beauty; a paradise for the hikers, trekkers, anglers, mountaineers, adventurers, polo enthusiasts, nature lovers and those interested in observing exotic areas and life styles. The trip from Islamabad to Gilgit can also be done by road along the Karakorum Highway, which follows the route of the Indus River. This journey takes 14 hours and can be conveniently broken either at Besham and Chilas, where there is plenty of accommodation available.


Naran, situated 119 kilometers from Mansehra, is amongst the most important visited places in Pakistan during the summer time. Visitors, both local and also foreign people, visit Naran to enjoy the attractive valley and to escape from summer time heat in the south. There are lots of areas in Naran which one can travel to. There is the extremely famous Lake Saif-ul-Malook situated here, together with the relaxing, Lulusar and also Ansoo Lake. For relaxed atmosphere lovers who like very and wilderness, there’s Babusar Top, Dudipatsar Lake together with several other areas. The place of these entire marvelous places make Naran a well-known traveler spot in Pakistan and absolutely one of the spots you must travel to in Pakistan.


Situated in the heart of the Karakorams, the legendary mountain kingdom of Hunza lies on the ancient trade route to Sinkiang; today the Karakoram Highway runs along this route. Very few places in the world compare with this small mountainous region, which was a semi autonomous state but is now fully unified with Pakistan. Hunza is an earthly paradise whose inhabitants are renowned for their longevity, their simplicity and natural diet. The scenic beauty of this area, with its greenery and snowbound mountains, makes it a true paradise. During the summer there is an abundance of apricots, peaches, pears and grapes. There are several glaciers and high peaks around Hunza, the most magnificent being Rakaposhi (7,788m). Hunza is also known for its unpolluted mountain air, which caused this area to be known as “Shangri-La”. Karimabad is the main town of Hunza. The blossoming and autumn at Hunza are really worth seeing and attract thousands of tourists, especially from Japan.

Kaghan Valley

One of the pleasures of visiting the Kaghan Valley is the picturesque drive from Rawalpindi to Abbottabad and onwards to Balakot, transferring to a four-wheel drive vehicle for the continuation of the journey to Naran, where the rest houses, hotels and motels are located. The Kaghan Valley is 154 Km long, rising to a height of 4,148m at Babusar Pass in the north. This is an ideal area for trekking and trout fishing and is a paradise for the botanist.

Lake Saif-ul-Muluk is one of the most popular scenic spots in the valley. This deep blue lake offers an awe-inspiring view of Mt. Malika Parbat - Queen of Mountains (5,291m). Shogran, Lake Lalusar and Babusar Pass are three places that make this Himalayan hideaway an unforgettable experience. The local people have retained their traditional hospitality and way of life. Time seems to stand still here when compared to the tumultuous roar of the nearby Kunhar River.


In the northwestern region of Pakistan lies the remote and peaceful valley of Chitral. Lying in the midst of Hindukush Range, it is one of the world’s most beautiful regions. Chitral offers enchanting scenery in the shadow of majestic Trich Mir, which, at 7,708m is the highest peak of Hindukush Ranges. The people of Chitral, the “Kho”, show traces of Persian and Turkish ancestry. They are known for their peaceful, uncomplicated character and unique culture.

Chitral is more famous, however, for the Kalash people who inhabit the southwestern part of the region. The “Kalash Country” is spread over three Valleys; Bomboret, Birir and Rumbur. The Kalash have always fascinated anthropologists and historians by their obscure origins, colourful festivals, and curious customs and rituals.

Another interesting place near Chitral is Birmoglasht, the summer residence of the former Mehters (rulers). About 45 Kms north of Chitral Town are the famous hot springs Garam Chashma, known for their curing properties. A day trip to Buni gives further interesting insights into Chitrali rural life, plus views of beautiful Bunizom Mountain.

Polo, the “Game of the Kings” is best seen here in its land of origin. Played by skillful, daring participants in traditional style, Polo tournament is held every year in July near Chitral at Shandur Pass between Arch rivals Gilgit & Chitral.

Wildlife such as Marco Polo Sheep (ovis amon polis), Markhor or Ibex (caprafalconeri), Snow Leopard and Brown Bear are found in the heights of the Hindukush Mountains and are protected species.

Chitral is easily accessible by a 50-minute flight daily from Peshawar, or by road from Peshawar to Dir and then over the Lowari Pass (3,088m), a spectacular journey of approximately 15 hours.


Swat is one of the most incredible areas in Pakistan. Popularly known as the “Switzerland of Pakistan” due to its picturesque beauty, Swat is a well-liked traveler place. Swat is a spot one must travel to at least one time in a life time. Situated in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, Swat includes excellent natural beauty like mountain tops, clear rivers and also lakes and green meadows. There is a skiing resort in Malam Jabba for travelers. Swat is clear for travelers all seasons. In winter seasons, skiing competitions are held in the skiing resort.

Snow Lake is famous area for foreign people, who try to visit it in their trip to Pakistan. But due to the extraordinary hike and also landscape, it’s really hard to reach Snow Lake. Snow Lake is situated 16,000 ft above sea level.

Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley is located in Azad Kashmir and it is heaven on the planet. It stretches 144km and is full of thick forests. Spots like Arang Kel, Sharda as well as Taobat are stunning in beauty and provide amazing view of greenery. It’s one of the most stunning places on earth and any person traveling to Azad Kashmir must travel to this heaven in the world.

Leepa Valley

Leepa Valley is situated in Azad Kashmir. It’s one of the most marvelous places on the globe and a must go to place in Pakistan. The jeep track from Reshian to Muzaffarabad is really thrilling and fascinating. The natural elegance on display is beautiful. Leepa Vally has a literacy rate of 97 Percent, very high in any town in Pakistan. In Leepa Valley, you will find Twenty six villages, and the villages are surrounded by very high mountain peaks. A river flows in Leepa Valley. Its loveliness can’t be defined in words. Leepa Valley is a place you must go to in Pakistan.

Deosai as well as “Land of Giants” is located in Skardu at an elevation of elevation of 4,114 meters. It is the 2nd highest plateau in the world. The Himalayan Brown Bear is discovered here.


Nathia Gali or Nathiagali is beautiful mountain resort, or hill station located in Hazara, Khyber Pakhtunwa has been a favorite hot spot for many Pakistanis during the scorching summer heat. Some have bought houses solely to come here during the summer holidays while others travel to this part of the country to find relaxation amid foggy and cool temperatures.

Nathiagali is a mountain resort town or hill station in Hazara, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is a part of the Galyat range, where several hill-stations are situated, closely connected to each other, and with their names mostly ending in 'Galli'. Nathiagali is known for its scenic beauty, hiking tracks and pleasant weather, which is much cooler than the rest of the Galyat due to it being at a greater altitude. It is situated 34 kilometers at one hour's drive away from both Murree and Abbottabad, lying midway between these two places. The drive time from Islamabad is usually about two hours, unless there is a lot of traffic.

Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Neelum Valley Pakistan, Paradise on Earth
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan
Most Beautiful Places for Tourism in Pakistan


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