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10 Things to Know Before Visiting Pakistan

For International Travelers. Ever since the international travel guides featured Pakistan among the top-rated travel destinations, thousands of tourists have planned to visit this country on their next holiday. From the beautiful cascades and frozen glaciers to multi-cultural cities and tranquil shores, Pakistan is filled with a myriad of activities to perform for local and international travelers. Visiting Pakistan as …

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My Travel Experience of Mirpur Azad Kashmir

Mirpur is known as the “Little England” of Pakistan because 70% of the British Pakistanis are in fact, British Mirpuris. As per my personal experiences regarding Mirpur, it is a beautiful city if you are looking for something light and refreshing experience. I found Mirpur to be versatile in almost everything. Talking about the main Mirpur city, it has a …

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Naraan – The never ending trip

Jam-packed into two cars, with a bottle of coke in one hand and salted lays in the other, we started our road trip to the astounding and serene valleys of Naraan. Traveling in mornings usually means the journey will be bright and sunny, however, the best feeling is when the sun fades away, giving way to a perfect grey and …

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My Experience as Solo Female Traveler in Pakistan

Pakistan is not a common destination for a solo female traveler. Visas can be difficult to obtain and most governments have strongly advised against travel there. Visas can only be obtained from the embassy in your country of origin, so if you are planning to travel there first, contact the Embassy of Pakistan in your country. Some nationalities need a …

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A quick hiking trip and guide to satsar mala lakes.

This is a story about my adventure to Satsar Mala Lakes. The lake is located In kaghan valley. A few km ahead of Besal and trek starts just after the main point of Lulusar lake. Now arises the question that what kind of vehicles can approach this lake? Just to clear that every kind of vehicles can go to start …

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Tour De Shogran, Naran, Patriata

I Left Lahore at 5 am for Islamabad Airport to pick my sister, coming from Karachi, on the way to Islamabad. I faced my first hurdle, heavy rainfall, I was worried if it continues like this till patriata then I might have to cancel the trip. As these areas are notorious for land sliding. When I reached New Islamabad airport …

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Neelum valley is the heaven of kashmir

After the hard, long and tiresome preparation for CSS (Central superior services) my mind was not ready to go back to its old mundane urban routine. It was time to heal my mind and body and what better way of doing it other than going back to Mother Nature. I chose Neelum valley to be my healer. It is the …

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Why I hated deosai

Deosai is the highest altitude alpine plain. This is the most commonly used line to impress people of why Deosai is different. But is this line still a valid charm for Deosai? Doesn’t it bore you to know a fact over and over again? It sure did bore me. I was annoyed. There was a time I would go to …

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10 Day trip from Lahore to Hunza

On a bright sunny day of Lahore, we started our journey towards northern areas of Pakistan. My wife and I had been planning this trip for weeks but were still apprehensive about what was to come since we had never ventured this far up north. We hadn’t seen most of the places that we planned on covering but we’re excited …

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Pakistan tops list of world’s best travel destination for 2018

The British Backpacker Society announced the results, ranking the world’s top 20 adventure travel destinations for 2018, which also includes Russia, India, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan and China. “Pakistan is the clear winner of the British Backpacker Society’s top 20 adventure travel destinations 2018 and we encourage keen travellers to book a trip now” the backpackers, who have travelled to over 101 …

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TEN REASONS YOU SHOULD TRAVEL TO PAKISTAN

Traveling in Pakistan… When I first told my Mum that I planned to travel to Pakistan as part of my hitchhiking adventure across The Middle East, she was somewhat skeptical. Pakistan is a country which is often portrayed in the media as a war-torn hellhole and tourism in Pakistan is almost non-existent. Every year, only a very small number of adventure backpackers …

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Snowfall in Sindh – Yes you read it right

Snowfall in Sindh — sounds more like fantasy but no, there’s one place in Sindh where it really snows in winter, to the extent that in 2008 the mountains got entirely covered with a layer of snow. Gorakh is a Hill Station of Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at an elevation of 5,689 ft in the Kirthar Mountains, 94 kilometers …

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Ranikot Fort in Sindh is the largest fort in the world

Ranikot, with a circumference of about 26 km, is the largest fort in the world. However, this has not been enough to convince the authorities to develop it as a major tourist attraction. This fort is easily accessible from Karachi through the National Highway. After departing from Karachi, head to Dadu through on the Indus Highway. The road is in …

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Ghanche District in Gilgit–Baltistan is Love

Gilgit-Baltistan’s Ghanche district stands almost aloof with its beautiful valleys and settlements inhabited by the most hospitable locals and river irrigated lands. The central location in the district is Khaplu, which is a beautiful landscape with high summits, flowing blue waters and waterfalls. The people of this small settlement on the bank of River Shyok, are warm and loving, as …

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Rural areas near Punjab river are lushed with Greenery

Punjab has been gifted with countless blessings including fertile land and lush green farms. Nature has also blessed Punjab with colors of every season, as winter ends vivid colors of spring spread around. According to Syed Mehdi Bukhari, Sialkot, a city standing near the banks of River Chenab, is also known as the centre of artisans. Perhaps, not only the …

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Mubarak Village is the second largest Fishermen village in Karachi

Mubarak Goth or Mubarak Village is a fishing village in Kiamari Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is located along the shore of Arabian Sea in District West of Karachi. Mubarak remains the second largest fishermen village in Karachi. Bordering with Gadani (Balochistan), the landscape encircles a stark contrast of golden hills and turquoise clear waters. Away from the city …

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White Palace Swat is breathtaking location in the Swat

White Palace Marghazar is the only breathtaking location in the Swat district that’s situated at a distance of around 12 km from the city of Mingora. Not only do tourists visit Marghazar for its natural beauty and pleasant weather but also to visit the historic White Palace (1941), built during the era of Swat state. After the White Palace was …

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No words to describe the beauty of Ayun and Bamburet Valley

Ayun district is a village of Chitral. Located 12 kilometres south of the city at the confluence of the River Bamburet . There are no words to describe the beauty of the mountains surrounding the village. Beyond Ayun valley is Bamburet Valley, it is one of the three Kalash valleys. Bamburet is nearly two-hour journey from Chitral. Locals trace their …

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A Short Trip to Nathia Gali

O bring me a leaf from the Old Forests, The forests of beauty and song; Where the galyat, through woods and fair meadows Doth lead their sweet waters along O bring me a leaf from the Old Forests, A tuft from the glossy black pine; A leaf from the oak and high Cedar tree And a branch of green holly …

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Siri Paye near Kaghan is Heaven on Earth

It’s already July now. There are rains every where. Clouds, the rain and the small ponds and rivulets formed on slopes and hollowed spaces on soil, paved or unpaved, create a romance unto themselves, yet the sweat, the vapory environment with a downpour every now and then turns one wet. Hence it’s also the time to run away and seek …

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Beautiful and serene Plains in Rama Meadow

Just a little ahead of Rama Village, which is 11 kilometres from Astore, is a beautiful and serene plain called Rama Meadow. If you ever happen to find yourself in plain, ice-cold and milk-white water flowing in streams, sheep and cows grazing in peace, pine trees, Chongra’s ice-covered peak in background, and Nanga Parbat’s southern ridge is in view, then …

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Deosai Plains on the boundary of Karakoram

Deosai is located on the boundary of Karakoram and the western Himalayas, and at no point it is less than 4000 meters above sea level. It remains covered with snow for 8 months. The rest of the year, it hosts a range of beautiful flowers of all hues and colours, but not a single tree is found in this plateau …

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Amazing Gojal Valley with perfect views

The Gojal Valley borders China and Afghanistan, with its border meeting the Chinese border at Khunjerab — 15,397 feet above sea level — and remains covered with snow all year long. In the north west, there is Chiporsun, whose border touches the Wakhan region of Afghanistan. Wakhan is about six square miles in area, after which starts Tajikistan. The Karakoram …

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Shangrila resort in Skardu is best in the world

In the extreme north of Pakistan, Skardu the central valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, is an epitome of beauty, serenity and wilderness. After Jaglot on the Karakoram Highway, a narrow road turns towards Skardu. During the seven-hour journey, one is greeted with several streams, springs, and the hospitality of the local people. After crossing the old wooden bridge built over the River …

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Neelum Valley Azad Kashmir is a must visit place for everyone

Opposite to the Keran sector of Indian-held Kashmir. From the Chella Bandi Bridge – just north of Azaad Kashmir’s capital Muzaffarabad – to Tau Butt, a valley stretches out for 240 kilometres; it is known as the Neelum Valley (literally, the Blue Gem Valley). Neelum is one of the most beautiful valleys of Azaad Kashmir, and it hosts several brooks, …

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Naltar – A valley of Colorful Lakes

Whenever we think of Pakistan, all that comes to our mind is terrorism, extremism, sectarianism, corruption, load shedding and inflation but despite all these issues, we immensely love our country. Amidst all the chaos we have forgotten the beauty of our landscape. Pakistan is full of breathtaking locations which will make you fall in love with this country all over …

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