Travel Diaries: Pakistan’s top destinations worth visiting

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Mehak Shahid

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Working as a Content Writer at TNV. I am a business graduate\ and acquires great passion in writing. I enjoy my work as it is done after research and taking into account the plagiarism factor.
Mehak Shahid

Are you tired of your hectic routine and want some getaway? Why not. For the sake of mind and soul, it is important to travel once a while to explore nature and beautiful places. There are the most amazing places that are underestimated and haven’t received the hype they deserve

Pakistan is a country where you can find different tourism destinations with such mesmerizing views. It has mountains, hills, rivers, valleys, cities with great infrastructures, and much more to explore for those who are ready. Also, the security measures are carefully taken care of these days after the spread of coronavirus. So there is nothing to worry about that.

Here is a sorted list of must-visit places in Pakistan for everyone. This will surely change your perspective about this country and you will be amazed by the different cultures and festivals celebrated in those places. Have a Look!

1- Hunza:

Visitors can get the most magical sight from the Altit and Baltit fort. There are meadows, glaciers, rivers, and snow-tipped mountains giving a special view to the eyes. The other side of Huzana is a commercial one called Karimabad having hotels and local shops to buy pretty stuff from there. It will be the most beautiful experience to see all this natural beauty and visit the village nearby too.

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2- Malam Jabba:

This is a hill station in Swat. It is 314km from Islamabad and 51 km from Saidu Sharif Airport. Malam Jabba is considered one of the most beautiful places to explore with hundreds of activities. It is the epitome of beauty with eye-catching views. The lush green valleys surrounding the whole area adds more charm to it. If you are visiting in winters, the snowfall will leave you with a jaw-dropping experience.

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3- Skardu:

It is situated in the extreme north of Pakistan. Skardu is the most favorite tourist destination and is the central valley of Gilgit Baltistan. The famous spot here is Shangri-la resort which is known as the paradise on earth. This place is full of serenity, turquoise beautiful lakes, mountains, and the most welcoming people here. If you are a true trekker, you would love this place.

4- Neelum Valley:

One of the most fascinating places in Azad Kashmir. Also known as the Blue Gem Valley. It is located in Muzaffarabad, the capital city that connects with this valley with a distance of 240 kilometers. The valley has freshwater streams, cataracts falling from the mountains, and rich grassy forests all around the valley. This is the most breathtaking place in Pakistan where thousands of people visit every year from different parts of the world.

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5- Gorakh Hills:

It is a plateau which is situated at a height of 5,688. This is also a part of the Kirthar mountain range that is covering the Sindh border with Balochistan. The most surprising thing about this place is that the tourists can experience snowfall that too in Sindh in winters. To observe snowfall in Sindh is a dream come true kind of thing which is possible here. If you are planning to visit Pakistan anytime soon, add this place to your bucket list.

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Expand Your Travelling Experience:

To be honest, it is essential to take some time out from your busy schedules and travel. It will fill your mind and soul with unforgettable memories. It is good to make a list before the trip because this will save you from the last-minute run of hotels and places to stay. Also. check each and everything about that particular place from the weather to the current situation of the area as it will save your time a lot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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