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Hill Stations in Pakistan

Katora Lake

Hill Stations in Pakistan: Pakistan is a rich country in terms of blessings by nature. It’s has been bestowed with all seasons and weather conditions, differentiating yet colourful topography…. from rivers to valleys…. from plains to mountain tops…. from terrain to meadows…. The more you see the land, the more you praise Almighty…..Let’s explore some hill stations in Pakistan. 01.AbbottabadKhyber ...

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jeep rally

Cholistan Desert Rally Track: The Jeep Rally of Cholistan is a very popular rally among the off-roading lovers and organized by the TDCP, Pakistan. Cholistan Desert, also called the Rohi Desert, spreads over 26,300 square kilometres. Moreover it is in Bahawalpur Region of the Punjab province of Pakistan. It firstly introduced in 2005, by the Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab ...

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neelum valley

Valley of Neelum: Valley of Neelum is a land of forests, rivers, fountains, springs, waterfalls, high-lands, snowy mountain peaks, wildlife treasures, hidden assets of precious gemstones, minerals and rare species of plants. Nature bestows upon its best of attributes to the mesmerizing Neelum valley. Neelum valley, the Paradise on the Earth is in the North and North-Eastern side of Muzaffarabad, ...

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Pishin Valley Balochistan


Introduction: Pishin is a beautiful and fertile city. It is connected via Quetta, Balochistan. This was once the part of Pashtun belt. It remains the largest district comprising of Pashtun tribes. Pishin locates in the North-West of Balochistan. The Afghanistan border is in the East the valley. Climate: Summer temperatures of the area, reach up to 40 °C (104 °F). ...

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Handicrafts of Kashmir Valley


Handicrafts of Kashmir Kashmir valley is rich, not only in cultural and ethnic diversity but also in the myriad art and crafts, which nurtured through the centuries. By the passage of time, the art has gotten more and more diversified. These days Kashmir is quite popular for its textiles, like Pashmina Shawls, embroidered outfits, silk sari, papier mache, wood-carving, hand ...

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Leepa Valley

Leepa Valley: Leepa is an alluring and beautiful valley in Kashmir and lies at an elevation of 2,133 metres (6,998 feet) above sea level. It is accessible through Reshian and Dao Khan, 105 kilometres (65 miles) away from Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir. Leepa valley is located along the Line of Control (LOC). Naukot is the biggest village of ...

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Rush Lake Gilgit-Baltistan

Rush Lake Gilgit-Baltistan

Rush Lake: The Rush lake is a beautiful high altitude lake in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is near Rush Pari Peak at an elevation of 5,098 metres (16,726 feet) above sea level. Since it is on the height of 4,694 meters (15,400 feet), Rush lake is 25th most highest lake of the world. It is about 15 kilometres (9 miles) away from ...

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Peer Chinasi Hill Station Muzaffarabad AJK

peeer chnassi muzaffarabad

Peer Chinasi: When we are travelling in the North-East from Islamabad, then on the Murree Expressway and continue on the Kohala-Muzaffarabad road, we are heading towards Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir. It is at the distance of 125 kilometers (78 miles) from Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. It takes three and half an hour to reach Muzaffarabad where ...

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Shangrila resorts Skardu

Shangri-la Resorts Skardu: Shangri-la is a brainchild of the Brigadier Muhammad Aslam Khan (late), who was the first commander of the Northern Scouts of the Pakistan Army. It was the first-ever resort of its kind, on the sil of Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan. It on the side of the Shangri-la lake which also adorn the name of Lower Kachura lake. The ...

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Arrang Kel: Azad Kashmir is truly considered a heaven on the face of the Earth and Arrang Kel is its jewel. It is just 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) from Kel valley. Its elevation is 8,379 feet (2,554 metres) above sea level. The distance of Kel valley from Muzaffarabad (capital of Azad Kashmir) is 155 Kilometres (96 miles). The altitude of ...

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