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Safari Park in Lahore

Safari Park Lahore

The park was established in 1981 over 242 acres (98 ha) as a government-funded public facility. It is now considered to be an extension of the Lahore Zoo. The species housed here include the Bengal tiger, emu, mute swan, ostrich, Indian peafowl, common pheasant, lion, nilgai, and silver pheasant among a few others. A lake has been built, including boating and fishing amenities. In the lion and Bengal tiger zones, there are additional safari paths that encompass an area of 80 acres (32 ha). It has been recently renamed Lahore Safari Zoo.

Head Marala in Sialkot

Head Marala Sialkot

The original headworks near Marala along with the Upper Chenab Canal were built as part of the Triple Canals Project of British India during 1906–1912. The canal was meant to irrigate an area of 648,000 acres in the Gujranwala District as well as to transfer waters to the Ravi River near Balloki. It was opened in 1912 and fully completed by 1917 at a cost Rs. 37 million. It became profitable in 1938–39. The waters transferred to the Ravi River were further fed to the Lower Bari Doab Canal via the Balloki Headworks, irrigating the Montgomery and Multan districts. This canal became profitable at least a decade earlier than the Upper Chenab Canal. The waters of the Ravi River itself were left to irrigate the semi-arid states of Bikaner and Bahawalpur.

Kallar Kahar in Chakwal

Kallar Kahar Chakwal

This location is renowned for its Kallar Kahar Lake, Takht-e-Babri, and exquisite peacock species. This lake is a saltwater lake that is located at an elevation of 500 meters above sea level, with an area of 8 kilometers, and a maximum depth of 4-5 feet. When going from Kabul to assault Delhi with his army, the renowned Mughal emperor Zahir-ud-Din Babar encamped in Kallar Kahar. During his stay, a large rock was carved into a throne from which he addressed his soldiers. Later, the throne became known as Takht-e-Babri. It remains in Kallar Kahar and serves as a renowned tourist destination. Bagh-e-Safa is a supposedly Babar-planted garden. Babar described Kallar Kahar as a "charming spot with good air" and a site of natural beauty.

Tomb Of Nadira Begum:  in Lahore

Tomb Of Nadira Begum: Lahore

This tomb lacks a dome and was constructed in a sunken water tank, unlike other Mughal tombs that are placed in gardens. The grounds around the tomb are now utilized as a park, where weekend cricket matches are held. A well-known cricketer purportedly advocated removing the mausoleum and replacing it with a decent cricket ground, but nothing came of it. Instead, the sad princess' tomb stands precariously in its current state, waiting to be restored to its previous glory.

Hiran Minar in Sheikhupura

Hiran Minar Sheikhupura

The Mughal Emperor Jahangir built this piece of architecture inside a beautiful lake. It was built as a place for the emperors to go hunting. It has a minaret, a pool, a pavilion with two stories, and a bridge that connects the minaret to the pavilion. In the middle of the pool is a pavilion with eight sides that was built during the time of Shah Jahan. The pavilion has two floors and a stone gazebo on the roof called a chhatri. Emperor Humayun built the Sher Mandal at Delhi's Purana Qila, which looks a lot like the pavilion. It is one of Sheikhupura's most popular tourist spots.

Barmoghlasht in Chitral

Barmoghlasht Chitral

It’s hard to pronounce, but it’s very beautiful! !! This is a very beautiful scenic resort and an attractive resort. The distance between Barmoghlasht and Chitral is 14.5 kilometers. In addition, it is the building of the Chitral royal family, which is worth seeing. It is located among lush green pastures, adding more beauty to the resort.

Princess Of Hope in Lasbela

Princess Of Hope Lasbela

The Princess of Hope is a natural rock structure that resembles a princess gazing beyond the horizon, roughly 190 kilometers (120 miles) from Karachi's financial center. The distinctive earthen mountains have been sculpted by the winds over the course of numerous centuries: Lasbela's most popular tourist attractions and most visited locations. Lasbela has a wide variety of things to do and see, which makes it a great place to visit. But the whole landscape is made up of mud and rock mountains and gorges.

Kanaan Park in Sahiwal

Kanaan Park Sahiwal

Kanaan Park is the most famous park in Sahiwal. Kanaan Park also has a zoo with many animals and birds. You can find monkeys, bears, lions, deer, rabbits, parrots, ostriches, and many other animals and birds here. Its maintenance is done properly and is watered 2 times a day. In the morning, and evening. It is the best place for families and a great picnic point.

Fern Tangi in Ziarat

Fern Tangi Ziarat

Sandeman Tangi is a village and union council of Ziarat District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is 4 km from Ziarat and contains a dramatic waterfall cascading down the rocks which is an attraction for visitors. The great personality Balochistan Malik Momen Khan Esakhail was born in Killi Sandman Tangi. He was the tribal leader of the Esakhail Sanerzai. He passed all his life on the development of his tribe and Ziarat valley. The waterfall was earlier known as Droond Tangai. Many believed that there were live ghosts. But afterward, it was named after Sir Robert Sandeman.

Data Darbar – Ali Hajvery Tomb in Lahore

Data Darbar – Ali Hajvery Tomb Lahore

It is the largest Sufi shrine in South Asia. The site is regarded as the most sacred in Lahore, and its yearly urs festival attracts up to one million visitors. Lower Mall Road, Bhati Gate, Gawalmandi, and Karbala Gamay Shah, are all nearby. The shrine has grown into a major economic, political, and social hub in Lahore, and is one of the few areas in the city where the highly wealthy and the incredibly poor coexist.

Sheesh Mahal in Lahore

Sheesh Mahal Lahore

Known as “The Palace of Mirrors". It is among the 21 monuments that were built by successive Mughal emperors that form the "jewel in the Fort’s crown. The fort of Lahore is without a doubt one of the most remarkable structures of its sort in the world. The Sheesh Mahal features five arched entrances on the front side, which allow tourists to be fascinated by the gleaming and reflected qualities of hundreds of thousands of mirrors adorning the walls and ceiling. It is one of the most magnificent Mughal palaces, and visitors from all over the globe come to see and study it.

Joyland in Lahore

Joyland Lahore

Joyland is a Pakistani amusement park company based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The park, adjacent to Fortress Stadium, was established in 1977 and is one of the largest recreation parks in the city. It is spread out over an area of 6 acres.

Tooshi Game Reserve in Chitral

Tooshi Game Reserve Chitral

Likewise other beautiful places of Chitral, Tooshi Game Reserve is no exception. It is the must-visit place of Chitral where entry is free of cost. It is spread over 1000 hectares. An interesting fact about Tooshi Game Reserve is that it is the heaven of Markhors. Even more, a herd of Markhors is seen descending from hilltops towards the river at sunrise or sunset. Hence, pack your binoculars to see this remarkable Game Reserve this summer with Flypakistan.

Clifton Beach in Karachi

Clifton Beach Karachi

Clifton beach might be the best place for you if you want to see the real beauty of the coast without spending thousands of rupees. Clifton Beach, also known as the Sea View, is a popular place for well-known restaurants and recreational activities. You should visit Clifton beach if you wish to watch the sunset or examine the seashells on the beach, followed by a pleasant sea wind. It spans from Karachi, Pakistan, to Ormara, Balochistan, along the Arabian Sea. In addition to its natural beauty, the beach offers an abundance of leisure activities, such as scuba diving, buggy rides, camel rides, cliff diving, buggy rides, horse rides, and flying plastic planes, among others.

Karavipur Temple in Lasbela

Karavipur Temple Lasbela

Shivaharkaray or Karavipur is a Shakti Peeth that is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga. It is one of Pakistan's two Shakti Peethas. The other is Hinglaj Mata Mandir. The Puranas say that the Goddess's third eye fell here after she did Sati. People worship the Goddess as Mahishasuramardini, which means "the one who killed Mahishasur." Her husband, the Hindu god Shiva, is worshipped as Krodhish, the personification of anger when he is in Ragi's form. In the Puranas, there are 51 places called Peethas. Shivaharkaray is the third one on the list.

Borith Lake in Hunza

Borith Lake Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

This location is quiet and peaceful. It is the greatest location in Hunza for individuals who need a break from their hectic lives. There are both white and black glaciers around this magnificent lake, which may be reached by car in 15 to 30 minutes or on foot in 1 to 3 hours. It is the most popular destination in Hunza. Borith Lake is the most desirable camping location in Hunza.

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez in Multan

Tomb Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez Multan

Shamsuddin Sabzwari arrived in Multan in early 1200C.E. in modern Pakistan, established a dargah and preached Islam to the local population. Shamsuddin Sabzwari is considered to be a saint due to his poetry and the local traditions. Shamsuddin Sabzwari died in 1276 and his mausoleum is located in Multan. The Urs of Shamsuddin Sabzwari takes place June of each year.[3] In South Asia, by the propagation of Islam commenced after the demise of Mohammad and Sindh was first to receive Islam. At about the same time, the followers and well wishers of Muhammad's family had started preaching and conversion on behalf of Ali and his successive Imams.

Lake Saif-ul-Malook in Mansehra

Lake Saif-ul-Malook Mansehra

Lake Saif-ul-Malook or the lake of fairies is one of the most favorites and visited spots. It is located 8 km from Naran town. The road leading to the lake is one of the dangerous roads. It is just like a heaven on earth. Its mesmerizing natural beauty, pleasant atmosphere, and associated tale and history attract thousands of tourists each year from all around the country during the summer. It is believed that fairies come down the lake every 14th of the night according to the lunar calendar. Boating is the main reason people visit this beautiful place. Lake Saiful Malook has left many travelers speechless. It has rich eco-diversity and carries many species of blue-green algae, giving the lake its turquoise hue.

Tomb Of Shah Burhan in Chiniot

Tomb Of Shah Burhan Chiniot

One of the most visited spiritual places in Chiniot city is the shrine of the famous Sufi saint Hazrat Shah Burhan-u-Din. The shrine is built in a style called "vernacular" that is similar to Mogul architecture. It is a simple building, but it is very impressive. Shah Burhan's vault was built between 1061 Hijri and 1064 Hijri. It took almost three years to finish. The building is about 62 feet tall, and its walls are skillfully designed and painted. The door to the vault is made of wood and iron, but the door inside is only made of wood. The building's windows are constructed of stone and bricks and are artistically fashioned.

Princess Of Hope,Gwadar in Gwadar

Princess Of Hope,Gwadar Gwadar

Another one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations, Princess of Hope can be found within Pakistan's most extensive national park. People have the misconception that the structure was created by humans, but history asserts that it was cut in the same manner as the sphinx and the hammerhead, namely, by the eruption of the Mud Mountains that covered the regions. It has the appearance of an ancient female statue and is particularly fascinating to view owing to its enormous size and the fact that it appears to have been constructed by man.

Hunza in Hunza

Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Hunza is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza is situated at the bank of Hunza river in the northern part of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, bordering with Ishkoman to the northwest, Shigar to the southeast, Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to north, and the Xinjiang region of China to the northeast. The Hunza Valley is situated at an elevation of 2,438 meters (7,999 feet). Geographically, Hunza consists of three regions: Upper Hunza (Gojal), Central Hunza and Lower Hunza.

Kund Malir Beach in Gwadar

Kund Malir Beach Gwadar

The route to Kund Malir Beach is breathtakingly picturesque, just like a scene from a movie. Due to the fact that it is somewhat isolated and in addition to being clean, it attracts visitors who are looking for a place to spend the night camping and enjoy themselves on the beach. But Kund Malir Beach is on the way to Gwadar, so don't miss the chance to have fun there.

D Ground Park in Faisalabad

D Ground Park Faisalabad

It is home to a large number of branded stores and shopping malls. It is also known as the center of Faisalabad's contemporary fashion and cuisine industries. During Ramzan, before Eid ul Fitr and before Eid ul Azha, local merchants and traders set up a large but temporary Eid market. These markets sell a wide range of Eid-related items, such as costumes, dresses, bangles, shoes, decorations, ornaments, and sweets.

Shahi Masjid in Chiniot

Shahi Masjid Chiniot

Shahi Masjid is another attraction in Chiniot. It was constructed by Nawab Saad Ullah Khan during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan (1628–58). It is stated that due to its wooden interior and artwork, it is a duplicate of Mughal monuments in the region such as Jamia Masjid Delhi, Delhi Fort, and Lal Qila Fort in India. These are all located in India. It is a really attractive structure that was hewn out of stone that was acquired from the hills in the vicinity of Chiniot. It is a magnificent structure made of hewn stone from the hills surrounding Chiniot. On a single-story podium, the mosque is situated. The outside facades are noted by their elaborate embellishment and four corner towers.

Siri And Paye in Mansehra

Siri And Paye Mansehra

It is surrounded by Makra Peak, Malka Parbat, Moosa da Musalla and the mountains of Kashmir. The lake is accessible via Kiwai passing through Shogran through a jeep track. Siri Paye lake is about 6 km from Shogan. It is in between Shogran and Makra peaks. This place in a remote corner of Kaghan valley has superb views unrivaled by any other place. When it's July, there will be rain everywhere.

Air Safari Flight in Islamabad

Air Safari Flight Islamabad

In a move meant to cater to rising tourism, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) launched this. The inaugural flight will fly from Islamabad to Skardu including K2, Nanga Parbat and the famous Saif ul Maluk lake.

Ansoo Lake in Naran

Ansoo Lake Naran

This hidden beauty of nature can be reached through a trekking trip. The first visitor must reach Lake Saif Ul Malook via a rough car trip and two hours of horseback riding in the upper Himalayas. After a one-hour trek, reach Lake Ansoo. In addition, its name was derived from the lake's shape. The lake is named Ansoo, which means Tear because it is tear-shaped. From the lake, you can record lifelong memories of spectacular sights. Furthermore, the ideal time to explore this lake is between June and August, as heavy snowfall during other months could be hazardous for hikers. So convince your trek-loving buddies to join on this Himalayan adventure.

Quaid E Azam Museum in Karachi

Quaid E Azam Museum Karachi

The Flagstaff House, popularly known as the Quaid e Azam Museum, is also located in the center of Karachi. All of Quaid e Azam's personal belongings are preserved at the museum. Moses Somake, a British architect, designed the museum. The museum was once the house of Quaid e Azam from 1944 until 1948. His sister Fatima Jinnah remained at the home till 1964 after his death. The Pakistani government bought the structure in 1985 and preserved it as a museum.

Clock Tower Faisalabad in Faisalabad

Clock Tower Faisalabad Faisalabad

The Clock Tower, also known as Ghanta Ghar, is the most well-known landmark in Faisalabad. It is not only the center of the city but also the hub for all of the city's activities. Each political party attempts to conduct rallies at this location during election season. Every year, Ghanta Ghar hosts the core rally of the Eid Milad Nabi religious festival as well as the largest Muharram (annual religious event) procession.

Bumburet Valley in Chitral

Bumburet Valley Chitral

The valley is inhabited by the Kalash people and has become a tourist destination. With its sparkling streams, shady meadows, groves of mulberry, apricot, and walnut trees, wide mountain vistas, and yellow and green fields, it is thought by many to be the most beautiful valley. However, their population is rapidly declining. As of 2019, only 37 households existed in the valley that still followed traditional practices.

Hunza Valley in Gilgit

Hunza Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

From Gilgit, it takes about 3 hours to drive to Hunza Valley. This valley is in the extreme north of Pakistan. Hunza Valley is a breathtaking valley with numerous snow-capped mountains. This valley consists of three regions i.e. lower Hunza Gojal, Central Hunza, and upper Hunza. The Hunza Valley is a popular tourist destination. Tourists from all over the world visit Hunza Valley throughout the year, but the best months to visit are May through October. In May, the maximum temperature is 26°C, while the minimum is 15°C, and in October, the maximum temperature is 10°C and the minimum temperature is 0°C. Explore the forts of Altit and Baltit.

Grand Jamia Mosque Bahria Town in Lahore

Grand Jamia Mosque Bahria Town Lahore

Also known as the “Bahria Grand Mosque”. With a capacity of 70,000 worshippers, it is the fourteenth largest mosque in the world and the third-largest mosque in Pakistan. The mosque welcomes you with six arched wooden doors and then dazzles you with views of tile-mosaic, white chandeliers, and frescos of extraordinary beauty. This beautiful work of art is crowned by the Center Dome. A 40-foot-tall tree with a 50-foot-wide spread.

Karachi Zoo in Karachi

Karachi Zoo Karachi

It is the second oldest zoo in Pakistan, after Lahore Zoo. It is also the biggest zoo in the country. It is one of the most popular places for families to go to in Karachi. In 1878, the Zoo was opened to the public. Before, people often called it Mahatma Gandhi Garden. The name was changed to "Karachi Zoological Gardens" or "Karachi Zoo" when Pakistan got its independence in 1947. The zoo is home to many wild and exotic animals, such as lions, tigers, alligators, zebras, and more.

Pindi Point Chair Lift in Murree

Pindi Point Chair Lift Murree

This Murree resort property offers an amazing chair lift ride with a charming environment. One of the most thrilling things to do in Murree is taking a chairlift ride. This viewpoint offers a perspective of Pakistan's twin cities. To get to Pindi Point, you'll have to climb steeply. This distance may be covered on foot while enjoying the magnificent scenery. On the way to Islamabad, you should also take a cable car ride towards Pindi point to Bansra Gali. This cable car travels 63.1 kilometers from the capital to the Pindi point. A 1.5-kilometer trail will lead you to a wonderful location. In brief, Pindi Point is related to a fairy tale in which a princess travels great distances to meet her prince. On the other hand, there are also different types of hotels, guesthouses, and resorts in Pindi point.

Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore

Wazir Khan Mosque Lahore

The Wazir Khan Mosque (Masjid Wazīr Khān) is a 17th-century mosque located in the city of Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The mosque was commissioned during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a part of an ensemble of buildings that also included the nearby Shahi Hammam baths. Construction of Wazir Khan Mosque began in 1634 C.E., and was completed in 1641. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. Considered to be the most ornately decorated Mughal-era mosque,[3] Wazir Khan Mosque is renowned for its intricate faience tile work known as kashi-kari, as well as its interior surfaces that are almost entirely embellished with elaborate Mughal-era frescoes.

Changla  Gali, Abbottaabad in Nathiagali

Changla Gali, Abbottaabad Nathiagali

Changla Gali is a mountain resort town in Pakistan's Galyat region, and it is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. It is located at an elevation of 2804 meters. While it was in British control, it served as the headquarters of the Northern Command School of Musketry. Resorts Changla Gali offers 4-star accommodations with individual balconies in the heart of the city.

Mangla Dam in Jhelum

Mangla Dam Jhelum

Your journey to Jhelum is incomplete without a stop at Mangla Dam. This multipurpose dam, situated on the Jhelum River in the Mirpur District of Azad Kashmir, is an architectural marvel surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. It will take approximately fifty minutes to reach the dam from the city's center. Needless to say, it's an unforgettable cultural experience in and of itself. When you get to Mangla Dam, you have the option of going jet skiing or taking a boat ride. If none of this seems appealing to you, you can grab a cup of tea from one of the many stalls that are located close to the lake and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere there.

University Of Agriculture in Faisalabad

University Of Agriculture Faisalabad

UAF is South Asia's first and oldest agricultural institute. The main university campus is located in the heart of Faisalabad, Pakistan's third-largest city. As a large campus, it includes a number of green open spaces and combines classical and modern architecture, as well as accommodation for a large number of its pupils.

Holy Trinity Cathedral Church in Sialkot

Holy Trinity Cathedral Church Sialkot

The Holy Trinity Cathedral Church, also known as Sialkot Cathedral, is an Anglican cathedral located in Sialkot Pakistan. Its first stone was laid on March 1, 1852. It is located in the Sialkot Cantonment on The Mall (Quaid-i-Azam Road). The church was consecrated by the Rt. Rev Daniel Wilson, Bishop of Calcutta, on January 30, 1857, Sialkot at the time being in the Diocese of Calcutta. It now belongs to the Church of Pakistan Diocese of Sialkot.

Cafe De Hunza in Hunza

Cafe De Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Last but not least, take a break at Cafe de Hunza and enjoy a great cup of joe with one of their famous walnut pastries while you're there. They offer western-style coffees and cakes, so if you are in need of a genuine coffee fix, especially if you have been traveling in Pakistan for some time, make your way over to Cafe de Hunza and indulge yourself in their selections of coffee and pastries.