Pakistan has the most beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views. From a maze of the mountain range in the north to the beautiful coast line in the south, Pakistan has always been a favorite spot for tourists.
Here is a small glimpse of some famous and not so famous places of Pakistan.
Taobat is a beautiful place of Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir. This place is famous for its beautiful landscapes. It is situated near LOC and is the last station of Neelum Valley.
2. Ushu Forest
If you are fond of serene places with natural environment Ushu Forest is the one for you. It’s a thick dense forest of deodar trees in Kalam. It has the most beautiful scenic view and if you are visiting in winters then it will definitely give you vibes of Narnia. Wow!
3. Dudipatsar Lake
In the middle of snow-clad peaks of Lulusar National Park, their lies a lake called Dudipatsar Lake. It’s about a four-hour drive from Naran. This lake will surely make lost in the bounty of nature for its view.
4. Arang Kel
Arang Kel is a famous tourist spot in Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir. This place is having the best example of vegetation generosity of liberal nature holding the universal energy with its misty mornings and rosy sunsets.
5. Attabad Lake
This lake was formed back in 2010 by land sliding which results in damaging a section of Karakorum Highway also. Besides the natural beauty it holds, the igloos by Sweet Tooth are also attracting the visitors because, Come On! Who doesn’t want to wake up with this view?
6. Hoper Valley
Hoper Valley is a beautiful place in Hunza. This place is famous for its glacier, which flows below the valley. This glacier is also known as Black Glacier.
7. Phandar Lake
This iconic lake is situated in Phandar Village in the west part of Gilgit Baltistan. This place is also known as ‘Little Kashmir’
8. Mushkpuri Top
Mushkpuri is the name of a mountain. It is the second-highest peak of Galyat in Nathia Gali hills which is mostly covered with snow. Mushkpuri Top is famous for its breathtaking views and landscapes.
9. Gorakh Hill Station
Ever heard about snow falling in the hottest province of Pakistan? YES! Gorakh is a place where it snowfalls in winter. It is located in the northwest of Dadu district and also known as the highest summit of Sindh. It’s a peaceful place away from the hustles of life. Best place for camping lovers and for the ones who love enjoying serene sunsets, sunrises, and stargazing.
10. Hingol National Park
Hingol National Park is located along with Makran coast in the southwest part of Balochistan. This is the biggest national park in Pakistan and is only 190 km away from Karachi. This place is famous for its mud and sand mountains which change shape after almost every rain.
11. Sphinx and Princess Of Hope
You don’t need to go to Egypt for sphinx when you have it in your own country. Yes, you heard that right! The Hingol National Park is not only famous for its majestic mountains but it has Sphinx which resembles sphinx of Gaza. The interesting thing about Balochistan Sphinx is that it was not formed by the help of any human hand but carved by wind and rain.
Another wonder wind and rain did there is a statue of a lady which was named Princess Of Hope by Angelina Jolie, when she visited Pakistan back in 2005.