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5 Dream Travel Destinations in Pakistan

Whether it is the sweltering summer or the cruel winters, there is one thought that occurs in every person’s mind; I need to have a getaway. We all long to take a break from our busy schedules in the bustling cities. And, luck is on the side of people visiting or living in Pakistan. When it comes to dream travel destinations, Pakistan offers a wide variety suitable to everyone’s liking.

There is an abundance of breathtaking options of destinations in Pakistan. From mountains, rivers, archaeological sites to dabbling in different cultures of Pakistan - you can have the time of your life.

However, if you wish to have a soul-rejuvenating journey, you need to be prepared to counter any problems you might face on your trip, including health ones. To prevent such troubles from interfering with your adventure, you need to have access to a reliable medical e-store such as emeds to gather essential supplies, including Covid-19 essentials.

Overview

Pakistan consists of four provinces known as Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Sindh. Additionally, there are two independent territories called Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. Lastly, the capital of Pakistan which is a federal territory named Islamabad.

Pakistan is blessed with exotic forests, alpine mountains, hills and stunning valleys. There are so many tourist spots in this beautiful country that some are bound to make it on your dream travel destinations list. Following are our top 5 picks:

1. Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir

Neelum Valley is located north of Azaad Kashmir’s capital Muzaffarabad – to Tau Butt. The stunning valley lengthens out for nearly 240 kilometres. Neelum Valley is referred to as the “Blue Gem” among the locals, and it is literally everything the name suggests. The incandescently enchanting valley is one of the most popular tourist spots among local travellers. People travel from all over the country to gaze upon the majestic view. The flourishing greenery paired with the blooming flowers in the spring, crystal streams, pearlescent lakes and dazzling skies can capture anyone’s attention.

The valley hosts guests through multiple means. There are various peaceful retreats available in the form of motels, campsites, and hotels. Furthermore, there are plenty of intriguing spots for sightseeing. It includes the quaint villages that consist of Keran, Sharda, Arang and more.

2. Kalash Valley, Chitral

Kalash Valley is another famous tourist attraction merely thanks to its spiritually uplifting sensation. Travellers could find blissful escape hemmed in the blanket of greenery lorded over by the Hindukush mountains. Furthermore, the beautiful culture of Kalash valley is incomparable and incredible. The history attached to it is fascinating, too. The locals have a unique lifestyle.

In addition to the spiritual journey, Kalash valley has a lot to offer. There are one-of-a-kind wooden-made cottages located near the rivers. The banks are decorated with such cottages. The locals proudly celebrate many festivals; some of these festivals are Phoo-Festival, Chomos-Festival, Uchal-Festival.

Moreover, you need to remember to visit two hidden pearls in Kalash valley. These spots are known as Rumbur and Birir, respectively. These gems are connected to Kalash via a sturdy road. You can make it there by jeep easily.

3. Fairy Meadows, Gilgit Baltistan

Fairy Meadows is nothing short of a magical dreamland, as the name suggests. The park is known as Joot locally. However, German climbers deemed it beautiful enough to name it Fairy Meadows. The heavenly Fairy Meadows lie in the Himalayan mountains located in Gilgit Baltistan. The northern areas of Pakistan are blessed with several breathtaking locations, but Fairy Meadows tends to stand out.

The destination became popular due to the dark alpine forest that surrounds it. The deep lush meadows in the centre of the forest are towered with the view of the mighty Nanga Parbat peak. Once in the Fairy meadows, you can continue your exploration adventure by trekking towards Biyal Camp - simply known as the base camp of Nanga Parbat.

4. Naran Kaghan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The Naran Valley is encircled by flourishing green mountains and a dusky forest that leaves an everlasting imprint on tourists. The valley of Naran consists of more fairytale-esque locations like the infamous Saif Ul Malook Lake, Lulusar Lake, Babusar Top and more. The most common tourist attraction in Pakistan is Naran Kaghan. It is an integral part of the experience of touring northern areas of Pakistan. Naran Kaghan valley is basically the Himalayan mountains for the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Naran can be reached through Murree as well. The valleys manage to stun every person who steps foot there, even if it is not their first time there. However, the valley remains closed during winters in Pakistan due to heavy snowfall. So, from October to mid-May, Naran valleys remain closed. Naran is one of the most beloved locations in Pakistan. A massive number of people travel to Naran annually to make memories. It is suitable for a trip with friends, families and loved ones.

5. Malam Jabba, Sawat

Malam Jabba is located in Sawat Valley. Lush green mountains surround the Valley. The main attraction is the ski resort. People who have visited the gorgeous destination describe the entire terrain of Malam Jabba as simply awe-inspiring. The glimmering mountainous terrain, incandescent peaks that resemble cotton wool, snow-capped mountains, along with valleys covered with pine trees make Malam Jabba so striking as they illustrate this spectacular landscape.

This spot is extra appealing as it is one of the only two resorts in Pakistan that offer paragliding, skiing, and mountaineering. This combo results in a uniquely adventurous experience.
The Bottom Line

Pakistan is so much more than it appears in the traditional media. Many have been left with an imprint of a fascist Pakistan that has been taken over by terrorism, extremism, sectarianism, corruption, inflation and more. Undoubtedly, there are several problems with the country; however, it would be wrong to rob people of the beautiful sights that the Almighty blessed the country with. So, the next time you are making plans to tour gorgeous landscapes, make sure that you keep these dream destinations in mind.

 

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