From satisfying scenes to dazzling landscapes, Pakistan is home to numerous enticing areas. While its various social legacy, amazing Karakoram highway and captivating remains of old archaeological urban communities keep on exciting explorers, a substantially lesser known piece of the nation sits in all its greatness awaiting courageous voyagers. Forget Switzerland or Greece, here we have handpicked our six most loved spots that ought to be on your bucket list on the off chance that you have to loosen up.
1. Hunza Valley
Located in the rugged valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, Hunza is home to a few beautiful riverbanks and slopes. With energetic hues encompassing the extraordinary landscape, it unquestionable beauty makes it to our vacation list of the place to visit. Snow panthers, markhors, ibexes and red-striped foxes can likewise be found in the area.
2. Saiful Muluk Lake
Next is a work of art. Lake Saiful Muluk or Saiful Muluk Jheel is arranged in the northern end of the Kaghan Valley, close to the town of Naran in the Saiful Muluk National Park. With completely clear water, encompassed and surrounded by high mountains, explorers from all over the world visit the lake and admire the sheer beauty and grandeur of Saiful Muluk.
3. Attabad Lake
Known for its turquoise waters which cut the emotional territory, Attabad lake has a somewhat intriguing story behind its arrangement. It is a lake in the Gojal Valley, Hunza, that was formed in January 2010 by an overwhelming margin dam, dislodging a huge number of inhabitants. The lake has since turned into a vacation spot itself for its remarkable landscape.
4. Babusar Pass
Situated in the north of the Kaghan Valley, Babusar Pass is situated in the middle of mountains and fields. Like Kaghan, thick woodlands encompass the visitors’ pathway to the valley itself, particularly on the higher slants.
5. Desoai National Park
Likewise alluded to as the ‘Place that is known for the Giants’, Deosai is a high-elevation national stop, situated in northern Pakistan in the Skardu region of Gilgit-Baltistan. The rich green stop is open to travelers only in mid year. The Tibetan wolf, Himalayan ibex, Tibetan red fox and adorable marmots are the fundamental natural life in the district.
6. Satpara Lake
It is one of the biggest new water lakes situated in the northern zones of the country. The lake offers abundant open door to trout angling, sailing and paddling. It gives water to the neighboring populace of Skardu. Heading to this delightful area from Skardu won’t take you in more than a few minutes.