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Places You Must Visit in Pakistan

Unfortunately, terrorism ruined the image of Pakistan at international level and dispersed many misunderstandings about its culture and people. Amidst all the chaos, nobody can deny from the fact that it’s a land of breathtaking places which inspire you at the first sight. Here we are going to share 5 best Places You Must Visit in Pakistan and we bet you will never forget in the rest of your life.


1 – Shangrila Resort Skardu


Do you want to see heaven on earth? Visit Shangrila! Shangrila is a place of green meadows, fragrant flowers, and astonishing lakes.  It will be unjust to not mention it in the best Places You Must Visit in Pakistan because of its striking beauty and pleasant weather effect of Skardu.

2 –Shogran & Siri Paye

Natural beauty is at its peak in Shogran and it’s situated in Kaghan Valley. It is one of the best Places You Must Visit in Pakistan and we are sure you will not resist yourself from praising it.

3 –Deosai Plains Skardu

Deosai Plain in an awe-inspiring place that snow bounds its viewer and doesn’t distract his attention. The beauty of Hamiliya and hues of the valley are cast a long lasting impact on your mind. Deosai Plains that are among the highest plateaus in the world with an average height of 4,114 metres above the sea level covering an area of about 3,000 square kilometers.Deosai is snow-bound. In the summer months when the snow clears up, Deosai is accessible from Skardu in the north and the Astore Valley in the west. Deosai is well known for its spring season when it is covered by a carpet of millions of flowers and a wide variety of butterflies.

Deosai –- The Last Sanctuary’, Like ( Heaven on Earth ) a film on the endangered Himalayan Brown Bears, living in the Deosai Plateau premiered on April 24, at
the Pakistan Council of the Arts in Islamabad.

4 –Peer Chanassi Azad kashmir

Peer Chanassi is a tourist spot located 30 kilometers (19 mi) east of Muzaffarabad city on the top of hills at an elevation of 2,900 metres (9,500 ft). The mountain peak has gained large fame for its ziyarat of a famous Saint Pir. This place is also visited by tourists who can get a great view of Muzaffarabad and rural areas around the hidden city. It is famous for Paragliding.

5 –Naltar Valley

Naltar is a valley near GilgitHunza and Nomal, Gilgit Baltistan in the Gilgit–Baltistan province of Pakistan .Excluding Naltar Valley from your list of the places you must visit in Pakistan will the worst mistake of your life. Mesmerizing valleys, tall pine trees, and natural exquisiteness make you feel like you are present in paradise.These are the Places You Must Visit in Pakistan .


We Encourage the efforts of Moin khan.He is known for Exploring and helping people to explore and travel .His Agenda is : One does not simply travel to see famous buildings or monuments. traveling is not a means to brag about being in this place or that place. Traveling is to challenge yourself to things outside of your comfort zones, do things you’d never think to do, and to think in ways you never thought to think. You find borders, the ones that tells us we’re different from one another, cross the bridge that connects the gap between two worlds, and immerse yourself in all cultures and beauty that defines humanity. I have taken a passion of mine, gave myself goals, and documented the trials and tribulations I’ve endured to accomplish these goals. By sharing these adventures with you, I hope to inspire those that have wanted to do the same to take that final step out of the door. I had set out to document the views of the people of the world on the subject of Pakistan, their reactions to stories on my country, and to decrease the gap in the world’s perception of Pakistan. What I ended up with is the continual education on topics of spirituality, communication, and love. At the end of every journey, I am again reminded of how compassionate and humbling strangers from all corners of the earth can be. I hope that this page inspire it’s visitors to be more passionate, more willing to breaking down cultural barriers, become more compassionate, and to strive to never stay in one place for too long.


I am Mamoona, a prolific writer with an experience of over 3 years. My aim of writing is to capture the vital few rather then going after the trivial many. And that’s what distinguishes my writing.