Pakistan is the treasure trove of Asia, filled with magnificent mountains and some of the most gorgeous landscapes in the world. Not only that but Pakistan is a country that is rich in culture and unique with diversities and traditions. Apart from the hustle and bustle lifestyle of the cities, a journey to the northern side of the country is really something worth traveling for. Whether it is the enchanting Hunza Valley or the dreamy Fairy Medows, there are many wonderful things to discover in Pakistan and who knows? You might end up discovering yourself as well.
Are you someone who’s dying to go somewhere breathtaking? The northern areas of Pakistan are heaven for those who seek adventure. Don’t believe us? Take a look:
Neelum valley, located in Azad Kashmir is a gorgeous heaven for people who love nature and mountain climbing. The valley offers many luscious lakes and is a must-visit place if you want to re-discover yourself. While many travelers prioritize Rattigali and Chitta Katha lakes, this valley offers a lot more.
Duration: 5 nights and 6 days tour
Tour Cost: Rs. 14,500 – (per head)
Dates: 2nd to the 7th ofJuly 2018
Last Day for Registration: 26th June 2018 (Click here to Book it now!)
Shogran & Siri Paye:
It is one of the most beautiful and picturesque places located on the Northern side of Pakistan where stunning lush green mountain can be found. The spring season is the best because the flowers bloom along the awe-inspiring with the white backdrop of the Makra Peak. This place is simply the best for a weekend adventure or if you’re looking for a place to run away from your stressful lifestyle.
Duration: 3 days tour
Tour Cost: Rs. 11,500 – (per head)
Dates: 6th to the 8th of July 2018 (Click here to Book it now!)
Named by German climbers, Fairy Meadows is a bouquet of vibrant flowers that are set before the towering killer mountain, Nanga Parbat. The mountains add as a gorgeous backdrop for the meadows, making it one of the most exciting destinations for travelers. It is also the place, as said by villagers, where you can witness legions of climbers who never come back from the icy walls of Nanga Parbat. However, the sunsets and sunrise is what probably makes it so mesmerizing. The nights are fun and are filled with bonfires, folk music, and dance along with a breathtaking sky decorated by stars.
Duration: 5 Days tour
Tour Cost: RS 18,500 – (per head)
Dates: 7th August 2018 onwards (Click here to Book it now!)
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