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16 Pakistani tourist spots you must visit.

Whenever we think of Pakistan, everything that comes to our mind is terrorism, extremism, sectarianism, corruption, load shedding, and inflation but despite all these issues we love our country immensely. ۔
Amidst all this chaos, we have forgotten the beauty of our scenes.
Pakistan is full of destinations that will make you fall in love with this country again. If you are a tourist or love traveling, you need to list the places you plan to visit next year.

General Chat Chat Lounge Dawn.com publishes photos of amazing tourist destinations and historical sites of Pakistan to highlight the positive image of the country and raise awareness among the people.

Here are 16 destinations from our list which you must visit in 2016. Your experience would be, indeed, unforgettable:

1.Naltar Valley

Nalter is famous for its colorful lakes, about two and a half hours drive from Gilgit. The world's tasty potatoes are grown here. Cedar-covered with cedar trees, this valley is not known to be part of the world.
If you really want to experience paradise in this world, you should visit Nutter at least once.
This place will make you fall in love with it. 

2. Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir

Opposite to the Keran sector of Indian-held Kashmir. From the Chella Bandi Bridge – just north of Azaad Kashmir’s capital Muzaffarabad – to Tau Butt, a valley stretches out for 240 kilometers; it is known as the Neelum Valley (literally, the Blue Gem Valley).
Neelum is one of the most beautiful valleys of Azaad Kashmir, and it hosts several brooks, freshwater streams, forests, lush green mountains, and a river. Here, you see cataracts falling from the mountains. Their milky white water flows over the streets and sprawls against the rocks before the sapphire rushes into the water.

17 Pakistani tourist spots you must visit

3. Shangrila Resort, Skardu

In the extreme north of Pakistan, Skardu is an example of the beauty, tranquility, and wilderness of the Central Valley of Gilgit-Baltistan.
After a juggernaut on the Karakoram Highway, a narrow road turned to Skardu. During the seven-hour journey, a person is welcomed with many rivers, springs, and hospitality from locals.
After crossing a wooden bridge built over the Indus, a person reaches Segarilla, a paradise on earth for tourists. It is a famous tourist attraction in Skardu, about 25 minutes' drive by drive. Restaurant in Shangrila rest house is a highlight of this place, which is built in the structure of an aircraft.

17 Pakistani tourist spots you must visit

4.Deosai Plains
Deosai is located on the borders of Karakoram and the western Himalayas, and at any rate, it is not less than 4000 meters above sea level. It is covered with snow for up to 8 months. The rest of the year, it has beautiful flowers of every color and color, but no tree is found on this plateau spanning over 3000 square kilometers.
Shower Lake is also a part of that. 
The lake is one of the highest lakes of the world. The deep blue water, the snow-capped mountains in the background, and the greenery with the flowers in the forests in the foreground, offer a view of summer, that one is happy to enjoy

5. Rama Meadow
Just a little ahead of Rama Village, which is 11 kilometers from Astore, is a beautiful and serene plain called Rama Meadow.

If you ever find yourself in plain, ice-cold and milk-free water flowing in rivers, grazing sheep and cows peacefully, cedar trees, snow-covered peaks of limestone are in the background, And if the southern tip of Nanga Parbat is in sight, then you are probably at Ram Meadow.

6. Paye
Sugar was spotted by an influx of tourists, who were astonished by its beauty, and astonished. Surrey, however, retains its strong focus for tourists as a green plateau at the top of the Hindu Kush. Clouds and fog are often intertwined, making it attractive to many as an object that allows one to observe the peek of nature.

Here, you see several small ponds full of freshwater, surrounded by horsemen, and fragrant with wild yellow flowers scattered all over. With the backdrop of Makra Peak, the beauty of the fields of Siri comes to life.

7. Ayun and Bamburet Valley

Avon District is a village in Chitral. The river is located 12 km south of the city at the confluence of the Bambert. There are no words to describe the beauty of the mountains around the village. Beyond the Avon Valley is the Bambergit, one of the Kalash Valley.

Bambert is about two hours journey from Chitral. Locals find their roots in Alexander the Great and Greece. The Bambert Valley is a lush valley with lush mountains and mountains that give you a sense of calm and serenity.

8. White Palace Swat

The White Palace is a vibrant place in Swat District, 12 km from Mingora city. Not only do tourists visit Margazar for its natural beauty and pleasant weather, but they also visit the historic White Palace (1941) built-in the Swat state.

After the construction of the White Palace at the behest of the founder of the modern Swat state, Mianjal Abdul Wadood, also known as King Sahab, became the capital of Swat during the hot summer season. Even today, seven decades later, the White Palace remains a tourist destination.

The palace just doesn't look beautiful in the summer. Even during winter, especially after a snowfall, it is charming. Also, read the white palace of Swat: stone cut like Taj Mahal.

9. Kerthar area

The Kirthar Range extends from Sindh to Balochistan, which serves as a natural border between the two provinces. The mountain ranges include the natural Gorkha Hill (5700), the Kateji Tomb (6877) and the Bandu G Tomb (7112).

This region is known not only for its beauty but also for its rich history. Spread over 150 miles, it is a great tourist destination due to its many canals, springs and landmarks, however, it is unfortunate that very few tourists like to come. The local population is eager to welcome visitors and wants to make the area a better place.

16 Pakistani tourist spots you must visit

10. Mubarak Village Karachi

Happy is the second largest fishing village in Karachi. Surrounded by Gadani (Balochistan), the landscape is surrounded by the contrasting golden hills and turquoise waters.

Away from the frenzy of the city, this place welcomes you with great love. As you park near the coast, under the blue sky, numerous boats float on crystal clear waters.

11. Rural areas near Punjab river

Punjab has been blessed with numerous blessings including fertile land and lush fields. Nature has blessed Punjab with the colors of every season, as the winter colors spread around the winter.

According to Syed Mehdi Bukhari, Sialkot, which stands on the banks of the Chenab River, is also called the center of artisans. Probably, not only the mud that drains the river but also the people living near the shore are responsible for their fertility. Here are the roots of Iqbal, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Shiv Kumar Batalvi, and many fertile minds. The Chenab River flows from Marala, 24 km from Sialkot city.

12. Ghanche District, Gilgit–Baltistan

Ghanche District of Gilgit-Baltistan District is very far from its beautiful valleys and settlers, which is inhabited by highly hospitable locals and irrigated riverine lands. The central location in the district is Khuplo, which is a beautiful scene with a high heading, flowing blue water, and waterfall.
The people of this little settlement on the banks of the River Shivak are as warm and loving as they were centuries ago.
Shortly ahead of the tipple, the curved road leads one to the Delta delta of the River Shivak, from which it separates into a gravel-filled river field. The top of the Mashbaram mountain can also be seen in the background.

13. Ranikot Fort
Rani Kot, which is about 26 26 km in length, is the largest fort in the world. However, it is not enough to convince the authorities to develop it as a major tourist attraction.

The fort is easily accessible from Karachi via the National Highway. After departing from Karachi, turn on Dadu via Indus Highway. The road is in excellent condition. It is an hour-long journey to the home of Sindhi nationalist GM Syed. There is a turn around the town. A rusty board has announced that Rani Kot is some 30 km away. Although the road is in good condition, the distance can be covered in 30 to 40 minutes.

14. Bahawalpur
The royal state in Punjab offers treasures of historical buildings, monuments, and parks that many have never heard of. Bahawalpur. A town on the left bank of the River Sutlej. Along with the desert areas, Bahawalpur is known as a land of lush gardens that soothe your eyes while the magnificent palaces do not fail to impress you.

Noor Mahal in Bahawalpur
 Abbasi Mosque in Bahawalpur 

15. Gorak Hill

Snow in Sindh - Sounds like fantasy but no, there is a place in Sindh where it really rains in winter, to the extent that in 2008 the mountains were completely covered by a layer of snow.
Gorkha is a natural state at 5,688 feet high and is part of the Kerr Mountain Range which borders the entire Sindh border with Baluchistan in the west.

16. Soon Valley

Located in the central region of Punjab province, the Soon or Soisser Valley is a famous valley in Pakistan. It is located northwest of the Khushab Valley. Nowshera is the main town of the valley. The valley starts from Pharhar village and ends at Saxar, the highest peak in the salt stream. The length of Son Valley is 35 miles (56 km) and the average width is 9 miles (14 km). The area of ​​Son Valley is 300 square miles (780 km 2). Although not as cold as the valleys of the north, the valley contains beautiful lakes, waterfalls, forests, natural pools, and ponds. Soon the valley has also been blessed with ancient civilization, natural resources, and fertile farms. Some of the unique features of this valley distinguish it from other areas, it is difficult to understand its importance without knowing about it. Korah, Subhallal, Nowshera, Mardwal, Kafri, Anga, Ugali, Ochali, and Bagh Shamsuddin are soon the important cities of the valley. Resort to see Kunti Garden, Sodhi Garden, Daip and Sacasar. The Awan tribe is located in Son Valley.

At a height of 5,010 feet (1,530 meters) above the surface, Saxar was once the summer location for the deputy commissioners of three districts - Campbellpur (now Attock), Mianwali and Shahpur (present Sargodha). ۔ It is the only mountain in this part of Punjab that has snow in winter. Given the Saxer's ideal location and elevation, the PAF in the late '50s chose a location for a high-powered radar that would provide air defense cover for the northeast part of the West Wing. A re-broadcast of Pakistan Television has been set up to cover Portuguese broadcasting in the adjoining areas.

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17 Pakistani tourist spots you must visit

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