Pakistan has a diverse variety of breathtaking scenery, from the precipitous peaks of the Karakoram range to the lush Indus River plain to the beautiful valleys of Pakistan. Though Pakistan’s rich cultural heritage, ancient Silk Road, and Mohenjo-daro ruins continue to enchant visitors, go further afield to explore a less-known, wilder Pakistan.

A Unique Gateway:

Pakistan is on the brink of something special after decades of political turmoil and security issues that kept it off the radar of all but the most daring travellers. Due to increased security and political peace, Pakistan has opened its doors to visitors from all over the world.

Pakistan is a breathtakingly gorgeous land. The south Asian country’s mountain landscape is breathtaking, with 108 peaks over 7,000 metres, like K2. Pakistan is a great location for a unique getaway, with vibrant cities like Islamabad and Lahore as well as stunning valleys in the north.

Top Valleys of Pakistan:

Here are few rare valleys of Pakistan for tourists to explore:

valleys of Pakistan

Kalasha Valley:

Chitral is nestled between the Hindu Kush mountain range. The Kalash people, an indigenous and special tribe, lives in these lovely valleys.

The area’s mesmerising scenery, the meadows, and the distinctive architecture of the houses make this a worthwhile destination to visit.

Among the Kalasha Valleys, Bamburet is the most well-known. However, if you want to learn more about the Kalasha community, visit Rumboor and Birir. It is considered as one of the most mesmerizing valleys of Pakistan.


Gojal Valley:

The stunning Gojal Valley is located 20 kilometres north of Hunza on the Karakoram Highway. Gojal is a beautiful region in China’s Xinjiang province, with spectacular lakes, rugged mountains, glaciers, and scenic villages.

You’ll arrive at the popular Attabad Lake in Shishkat village after driving north through some mountain tunnels. There’s a lake among the rocky mountains that developed when a section of a neighbouring mountain fell down, blocking the river’s flow. This lake, known for its blue waters, is a great spot for Instagram photos, jet skiing, and boating makes it the among the fun filled valleys of Pakistan.

Then there’s the picturesque Gulmit village on the Karakoram Highway. Take a walk along the highway and forget about your troubles, or take a stroll through the lush green village. You will get a bird’s eye view of the nearby villages and the popular Passu Cones by trekking for an hour to the old Ondra settlement.

Hussaini Suspension Bridge, Borith Lake, Ghulkin Glacier, Batura Glacier, and Khunjerab National Park are among the other tourist attractions. This valley is known as one of the most historic valleys of Pakistan.

Naltar Valley:

Naltar is about an hour and a half drive from Gilgit city along the Karakoram Highway. This isolated valley is noted for its breathtaking natural scenery and tranquil atmosphere. Naltar is worth a visit because of its snow-capped hills, landscapes, lakes, and vast forests.

Naltar Valley transforms into a skiing paradise in the winter. The Pakistan Air Force is in charge of the ski resort, which draws thousands of visitors each year from all over the world. It is known as one of the most beautiful valleys of Pakistan.

The majestic Bashri Lakes have breathtaking lakeside views, natural dirt tracks, and glacial streams. It’s a beautiful place for a picnic. A jeep ride can take you to Pari Lake, an alpine lake where you can go boating and take a walk to see the sights.

Phandar Valley:

The colourful waters and dotted woods of the scenic Phandar Valley are well-known. The sights are breathtaking, and the atmosphere is equally so. The first sight of the valley will re-energize you and take away all your travel exhaustion.

Fishing, camping, swimming, hiking, and nature walks are all common activities in Phandar Valley. Phandar Lake, with its poplar trees on its shore, has mesmerising views. In the deep blue, still water of this bay, you will have incredible boating experiences.

Summer is the perfect time to visit the valley since the weather is always good. Phandar residents are polite and supportive. There are several hotels and inns in the valley.



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