June 2012 - Travel Pakistan

Kel Valley Azad Jammu Kashmir

Hunza Valley in Autumn

K-2 Siren of the Himalayas

Malam Jabba Swat Valley

Shangrilla Resort Skardu

Kohe Safed FATA

Passu Cones Gilgit-Baltistan

Jun 10, 2012

Khyber Pass Pakistan

The Khyber Pass (altitude: 1,070 m or 3,510 ft) is a mountain pass connecting Afghanistan and Pakistan, cutting through the northeastern part of the Spin Ghar mountains. An integral part of the ancient Silk Road, it is one of the oldest known passes in the world. Throughout history it has been an important trade route between Central Asia and South Asia and a strategic military location. The summit of the pass is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) inside Pakistan at Landi Kotal.

Rawal Lake / Lake view park Islamabad

Rawal Lake located on the outskirts of Rawalpindi and Islamabad is in fact one of the most beautiful places to visit in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Rawal Lake is an artificial reservoir in that fulfills the water demands for the cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. This artificial lake covers an area of 8.8 km². Rawal Lake is located within an isolated section of the Margalla Hills National Park.


Whether you’re interested in boating, sailing, kayaking, fishing, bird watching, finding a fantastic honeymoon destination, picnicking, hiking, or relaxing alone, or with family and friends at a place with a picturesque view, Rawal Lake has it all. Take a hike and see a panoramic view of the lake from Margallah and Murree hills. 
This lovely lake is breathtaking. Flowering trees, beautiful blooms, and lush green grass adds exquisite sceneryy to the lake.

To the west of the lake is the Islamabad Club, which offers different sporting facilities.

Clifton Beach Karachi

Clifton Beach is a pleasant site to be visited as it features an amusement park, stalls, camel and horse riding facilities and several options for swimming. Small shops at the beach display handicrafts and gifts made of sea shells. Visitors especially come here at night to see the beautiful fountain that has been built on the sea. It has been made very beautifully by using white lights and it is considered to be the tallest fountain jetting out sea water. The amusement park in this area features a bowling alley and an aquarium and Oyster Island can also be viewed from Clifton Beach.

Wagah Border or Pak- India Border

Wagah Border is located on Grand Trunk Road which joins the Amritsar, India and Lahore, Pakistan. It's a well-known place all over Pakistan. Wagah is the name of the village which was divided in 1947 after partition. Today half part is in India and half is in Pakistan. Many people daily visit Wagah Border to watch soldiers parade and flag lowering ceremony on every evening between border security forces of India and Pakistan. Wagah Border ceremony having great heart touching moments and increase heartbeats of everyone with love for their country.

Jun 9, 2012

Rohtas Fort Jehlum Pakistan

Rohtas - yet another historical landmark of Pakistan built in the 16th century by none other than the mastermind of the Grand Trunk Road - Sher Shah Suri, the then Muslim ruler of India. However, due to its distant and off the main road location, many tourists forget to visit this gigantic and huge infrastructure spread over a circumference of 4 kilometers. The approach road to Rohtas is just 3 kilometers short of Dina, a small town ahead of Jhelum on Lahore - Islamabad Road. From the main GT Road, Rohtas is only 8 kilometers away, located southwest of Dina town. Previously this approach was restricted in fairly dry weather in the absence of a bridge over the Kahan River - in fact, the absence of any bridge over the river kept the tourists away from this historical fort. 

Rohtas Fort  PakistanNow with the construction of a bridge, the approach to this massive rock structure is a matter of minutes. The fort lies 320 58' N and 730 34' E and is about 4 kilometers in circumference. The fort was built mainly to block re-entry route of the deposed Mughal emperor Humayun who had fled to Iran after his defeat at the battle of Chausa, to intimidate the local Ghakkar tribes, who were friends of the Mughal and also as a military base. The work started in 1541 AD and completed in 9 years. There are many estimates in various scripts as far its cost of construction is concerned. Some place it around Rs. 3,425,000, while a Persian script puts the cost of construction and maintaining an army at around Rs. 110,107,975. At one place it says that one gold coin ("Ashrafi") was given for each brick that was placed.
Rohtas Fort  Pakistan

Ziarat Balochistan | | Places to visit in Ziarat | | Tourist spots of Ziarat

Ziarat is the capital of Ziarat DistrictBalochistanPakistan. At an altitude of 2453 meters (8050 feet) Ziatat is one of the breathtaking, picturesque and famous holiday resort of Balochistan. It is famous for being the second largest Juniper forest in the world and nearly every trip from Karachi to Quetta stops at Ziarat.

Tourist Areas

Snow Camping by Chiltan Adventurers Juniper Defenders in Ziarat 2003.
Quaid e Azam Residency, Ziarat
Ziarat is the location of the Ziarat residency where Jinnah lived and spent his last days of life, Ziarat is a famous tourist site. There is a small dam and the valley is full of fruits in summer and winter cherry in summer and apple in winter. The honey of Ziarat is very famous.
The Residency was constructed in 1892. It is an important building, the whole building is actually a wooden structure beautifully designed and has great architectural importance. It was originally meant to be a sanatorium, and it was converted into the summer residence of the Agent of the Governor General. It is now a national monument. The residency catches the tourists' attention due to its unique location and the wonderful hilly surroundings. The weather is really pleasant during summer time and the local people are hospitable, but in winter the weather is severe and it is more difficult to survive. During summer time the apple and cherry gardens provide a pleasant view for tourists.
THE GORGES: Balochistan is an arid land which receives very low rainfall annually. But innumerable natural springs known as KAREZ and streams are found in most of the areas. There are more than a half dozen gorges around Ziarat formed by natural karez spring water falling through narrow opening amongst the mountain rocks producing a dramatic effect. The famous gorges along the road to Ziarat are Chutair Tangi, Kahn Tangi, Kawas Tangi,Faran Tangi and the Sandman Tangi.

Naran Kaghan Valley Pakistan | | Places to visit in Naran Kaghan

Naran is a medium sized town in upper Kaghan Valley of Mansehra District situated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Elevated 8,202 feet or 2,500 meters above sea level, Naran is one of the most scenic valleys in Pakistan; attracting thousands of tourists, trekkers, photographers and nature-enthusiast, every year. The Kunhar River, swollen by glacier melt, passes through this town as it meanders its way through the valley.

Naran can be considered as base station to scenic destinations like Lake Saif-ul-Malook, Lalazar, Babusar, Noori Valley and Purbi Valley