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Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary in Skardu

Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

The Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Skardu District, south of the Indus River, between the settlements of Rondu and Shengus, adjacent to the Astore Wildlife Sanctuary to the south and east. This protected area was established in 1975 with the goal of saving the endangered species that occupy the park, some of which are the snow leopard, brown bear, lynx, Tibetan wolf, Tibetan sand fox, markhor, bharal, and Siberian ibex. All of these endangered animals may be found in this park.

Lady Garden Public Park in Abbottabad

Lady Garden Public Park Abbottabad

It is the ideal place for children and women to visit. It was also established soon after Abbottabad was formed, making it one of the city's earliest tourist attractions. It's directly across the street from St. Luke's Church. At the time of its inception, this park was only visited by European or white women and families. The public is now welcome to visit. The majority of the plants and trees in this park are imported from England. You can take your kids to the park for some swings, snacks, and some fresh air. It is one of Abbottabad's most lovely picnic spots.

Dharamsar Lake  in Naran

Dharamsar Lake Naran

If you are coming from Chillas, Dharamsar Lake is in the valley just to the left of Babusar Top. The Babusar Pass polo field is also situated in this valley. Immediately prior to arriving at the Babusar Top, there is a jeep route that descends into the valley. The beginning of this jeep track is located approximately an hour's drive away from the lake. A hike across a valley that is quite peaceful and lovely. Since many of the locals are similarly unfamiliar with the location of the lake, it is strongly recommended that you take a guide with you.

Shrine Of Baba Kharwari in Ziarat

Shrine Of Baba Kharwari Ziarat

He was a member of Sarang Zai and his real name was Tahir. After becoming one of Nana Sahib's students, he is attributed with a number of miraculous occurrences. A great number of people visit his shrine to pay their respects and to offer sacrifices in his honor. During the festival of Eid, the tribesmen gather in the area around the shrine to compete in bouts of wrestling.

Dudipatsar Lake in Naran

Dudipatsar Lake Naran

Dudipatsar means "White Mountains Lake" because the tops of the mountains around the lake are always covered in white snow. This lake is also known as "The Queen of Lakes" in Pakistan because of how beautiful it is. To get to this place, you can drive until you reach Jalkhad in Naran valley. After driving, you'll have to walk for 4-5 hours through beautiful scenery. The best time to visit this piece of nature is between June and August. After that, the destination gets a lot of snow, which can be hard for people to get out of if they get stuck there.

Zizri Forest Valley in Ziarat

Zizri Forest Valley Ziarat

The name Zindra comes from the Pashto language and literally translates to "four grinding mills." Zizri is considered to be one of the most beautiful valleys in all of Ziarat. The valley may be found at a distance of twelve kilometers to the south of the town of Ziarat. After traveling through the forest for two kilometers, one route that is approximately one and a half kilometers from Prospect Point may take you to the valley. This peak, which is located in the Suleiman mountain range, is not only the tallest mountain in Ziarat but also the second-highest mountain in all of Balochistan.

Makra Peak in Naran

Makra Peak Naran

Makra is the Urdu word for "spider." According to locals, the peak was named Makra Peak because the snow structure atop it was like a spider. Makra Top is accessible through a moderate 4-6 hour walk (depending on trekker fitness) from Paye. On one side of Makra Top, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Kaghan Valley, while on the other, Kashmir. From the summit, people can also see the Chambra, Malika Parbat, Shingri, and Musa Ka Musalla mountains. Due to snow and the steepness of the mountain slopes, hiking in the Makra is challenging. In addition to poor weather, particularly dense fog, and the steepness of some slopes, accidents are common.

Delhi Gate Market in Lahore

Delhi Gate Market Lahore

The gate used to be a two-story building with 10 to 12 stores. A STAIRCASE leads to the gate's rooftop. The gate leads to a Bazaar that leads to the Wazir Khan Mosque, as well as Shah Suha Bazaar and Alam Market. The famous spice market Akbari mandi is also located next to Delhi Gate.

Shahnawaz Bhutto Public Library in Larkana

Shahnawaz Bhutto Public Library Larkana

The late Mohammad Hashim Memon, who served as the Deputy Commissioner of Larkana, was largely responsible for the establishment of this library in 1984. The library was established in two stages, the first in 1976 and the second in 1993–1994 respectively. The most notable sections of this library include Reference Hall, Children Section, Auditorium, Newspaper, Periodical Section, etc. about five readers out of all of them meet the requirements each year to take the CSS examinations, and a sufficient number of pupils meet the requirements to take other competitive examinations.

Garam Chashma in Chitral

Garam Chashma Chitral

The place is known for its Hot spring, which is one of the tourist attractions sites. It is also famous for its trout fish. The water flowing down through the length of the valley is famous for fishing sports. The Lotkoh River running down from the lofty peaks of the Hindu Kush is a haven for the brown type of trout fish. Other features of the area include snow-covered peaks, pleasant weather, natural springs, and more recently has remained in the limelight for being a potential site of hydel-power generation. Besides tourists, people suffering from skin diseases also visit the hot spring for treatment.

Mall Road in Murree

Mall Road Murree

Apparently, it's a massive spacious road with a huge variety of shops that seems like a large shopping mall. Similarly, it is surrounded by many well-known shops such as a cafeteria, general stores, a variety of food courts, a play area for children, garments shop for kids, banks, pakwan shops, dry fruits markets, jewelry shops, ladies scarfs, gifts shop, high-quality leather jackets, sweaters shops for all ages, hotels & resorts, and an uncountable number of other shops are available and displayed professionally. Apart from that, Murree is usually on the popular list among travelers, that’s why people love to come and buy their favorite things from here at a very affordable price and of high quality, as well as have a great time with its natives. However, the wonderful thing about Murree Mall Road is the temperature, which is always cool and pleasant, whether it's snowy winter or the beginning of summer.

Pipeline Track Of Miranjani in Murree

Pipeline Track Of Miranjani Murree

The highest mountain in the Galyat area, Miranjani Top, is a little more difficult than Mushkpuri. This peak is ideal for people who are looking for a physical challenge. The views are magnificent once you reach the top. The Miranjani top is stunning and is surrounded by lush green hills and extensive woodland. The peak is also covered in clouds, which is a sight to behold. It takes an hour to return to the parking lot. On a clear day, the Nanga Parbat, the world's ninth tallest mountain, may also be seen from the Miranjani peak.

Ondra Fort, Gulmit in Hunza

Ondra Fort, Gulmit Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

The Ondra Fort is a stunning landmark that visitors to Hunza should not miss. Those who are more active should go to the location of Ondra Fort Gulmit and go to Borith lake across the Ghulkin/black Glacier (three hours trip including a hike of 25 minutes). Ondra Fort Gulmit is a must-see for anyone planning a trip to Hunza. It is one of the most interesting places to visit.

CMH Mosque in Jhelum

CMH Mosque Jhelum

The CMH (Combined Military Hospitals) Mosque is a spectacular white marble monument located in the Cantt region of Jhelum. It is a renowned tourist destination. It was constructed in the 1950s and has a maximum capacity of 25,000 people. The CMH Mosque is without a doubt one of the most picturesque mosques in the area; it features a tall minaret on either side of the main prayer hall as well as a row of green palm trees in the front yard. Make it a point to stop by at least once while you're in Jhelum, even if you're only there for a short amount of time.

Balloki Headworks in Kasur

Balloki Headworks Kasur

Balloki Headworks started in 1911. It is known as a triple canal project that aims to take the upper Chenab Canal water to the headworks. As the River Ravi remains insufficient for water purposes, the Pakistan Government started to work on Balloki headworks to feed the Lower Bari Doab Canal for the smooth irrigation of district Bahawalnagar. It also fascinates the tourist with a fantastic picnic point.

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.

Shigar Valley, Gilgit in Gilgit

Shigar Valley, Gilgit Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

One of the most beautiful places in Gilgit Baltistan was a valley called Shigar. The Shigar River ran through it. By way of Shigar, this is a great way to get to the Karakoram Mountains. The largest town in the valley is Shigar, which has Shigar Fort, Amburik Mosque, and Khilingrong Mosque. Shigar Valley is known for the Khanqah e Muallah Shigar, Hashoo pi Bhag, Marapi Ranga, Ree masjid, K2 Basecamp, and Astana of Syed Mir Yahya. This town is a popular place for tourists and trekkers, and it has a lot of important historical buildings from the Noorbakhshi Sufi community.

Zulfiqar Bagh in Larkana

Zulfiqar Bagh Larkana

It is highly recommended that you pay a visit to this park while you are in the city of Larkana. The children's play area at Shahnawaz Children Park is extremely pleasant, and the park itself is a fantastic site for family outings. This park is very lush with greenery, and it has a wide variety of colorful flowers growing all around. There is a lot of variety here. It is a very gorgeous park that serves as the primary attraction in Larkana and is also a well-known landmark in the city.

Bibi Pak Daman Tomb in Lahore

Bibi Pak Daman Tomb Lahore

Bibi Pak Daman, also known as Bibi Rasti, was the mother of the eminent Sufi saint Rukn-i-Alam, and was also a disciple of Bahauddin Zakariya (1170-1262) who brought the Suhrawardiyya order of Sufism to Multan. She died in 1295 and was buried quite near (or upon the same spot) where the temple of Mai Totla (one of Multan's three pre-Islamic deities) once stood. The tomb is a roughly rectangular and is decorated externally with Multan's signature blue and white tiles, placing it firmly within the design tradition of Multan's 'flat roof' tombs such as that of Shah Yousuf Gardezi. The east facade is decorated with a set of triple arches resting upon double columns, providing access to a deep portico that shelters a number of graves (the latest of which was added in July 2001).

Rasul Barrage in Jhelum

Rasul Barrage Jhelum

The Rasul Barrage is used to control the flow of water in the River Jhelum so that it can be used for irrigation and to stop floods. Rasul Barrage can let out 24070 cubic meters of water per second. From this point, water is sent through the Rasul-Qadirabad link canal to the Chenab River at Qadirabad. From there, it is sent to the Sulemanki Barrage on the Sutlej River. After the Chashma-Jhelum link canal, the Rasul-Qadirabad link canal can let out the second most water. It can let water out at a rate of 538 m3/s, while the Chashma-Jhelum link canal can let water out at a rate of 615 m3/s. You can bring your family to this great place to enjoy a picnic and local foods here.

Karimabad, The Capital Of Hunza in Hunza

Karimabad, The Capital Of Hunza Hunza
Gilgit Baltistan

Karimabad, one of the most breathtaking villages in Hunza Valley, welcomes you with its golden sand and enchanting natural scenery. This village is surrounded by vivid apricot and cherry trees that offer a chilled-out party vibe. Karimabad is a good place to go whether you want to do something exciting like water sports or just spend a day relaxing under the sun. Still more! Every day, there is a small market in Karimabad. This gives you a chance to see the lively shopping culture that Hunza is known for.

Gupis Valley in Gilgit

Gupis Valley Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

About 70 miles west of Gilgit, along the river, is a valley called Gupis. Gupis Valley in the district of Ghizer is full of breathtaking views and beautiful landscapes. The turquoise water of a river running along a road and the surrounding fields and forests are very appealing to tourists. A beautiful lake called Khalti Lake is just a few kilometers from the valley of Gupis. It is well-known for being the habitat of trout fish. A stretch of the river near the village of Khalti formed the lake. In the summer, the lakes turn a dark blue color, which makes the scene even more beautiful. Most of the time, the lake freezes over in the winter, making it easy to walk on. Near Khalti Lake, there is a beautiful place to eat.

Bruti in Islamabad

Bruti Islamabad

At Bruti, where there are lots of trees and clear blue water, you can get a taste of paradise. You might feel tired after your adventure, and Bruti is the best place to wash away that tiredness. Simply soaking your feet will make you feel instantly refreshed. You can also take a full bath here if you want to. The hike to Bruti Waterfall in Islamabad, Pakistan, begins from Loh-e-Danda parking behind Bari Imam Shrine and ends high in the foothills near Pir Sohawa road.

Shandur Pass in Chitral

Shandur Pass Chitral

If you’re an adventurous tourist, this is the perfect place to go. The roads are narrow, rough, and gravel and you must expect to drive in 1st and 2nd gear only. Also, most of the roads are suitable for one vehicle only. The best time to visit Shandur Pass is between late April and early November. Jeeps are the best option to drive through the roads to reach this worth watching place. In Shandur Pass the Shandur Polo Festival is organized every year in the month of July. During the festival, teams of Chitral and Gilgit Baltistan play polo matches on Shandur Top.

Masjid Mahabat Khan in Peshawar

Masjid Mahabat Khan Peshawar

The Mahabat Khan Mosque, sometimes spelt Mohabbat Khan Mosque, is a 17th-century Mughal-era mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. The mosque was built in 1630, and named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar, Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan, known alternatively as Mahabat Khan and Ali Mardan Khan. The mosque's white marble façade is considered to be one of Peshawar's most iconic sights.

Shahi Masjid , Chitral in Chitral

Shahi Masjid , Chitral Chitral

Shahi Masjid is a piece of beautiful architecture, built by Shujaul Mulk in 1924. Shujaul Mul was the Mehtar of Chitral, the ruler of Chitral from 1895 to 1936. The construction of the Masjid is truly a wonderful piece of architecture with pinkish walls and white marble and engraved works of art. The architecture truly represents the culture and tradition of the aristocrats of Chitral.

Do Darya in Karachi

Do Darya Karachi

This is an odd name (DO DARYA = Two Rivers) for this place as there are no rivers here and there is just one SEA (the Arabian Sea) in two sides of this place. So 'Do Darya' means 'Two Seas' in Persian, because there is sea on two sides of this location”. Do Darya is a very famous and lovable spot of not only Karchiites but whole Pakistan even when this phase was not this much established. People visit this lush place for a number of reasons like some visit here to enjoy cool breeze under moonlight and seashore while some come to dip in the dripping beauty of water.

Pir Sohawa in Islamabad

Pir Sohawa Islamabad

There are lots of fun places to go with your family in Islamabad. Pir Sohawa is one of them. 17 km away from the Margalla Hills is a tourist spot called Pir Sohawa. People who want to enjoy the natural beauty of Islamabad will love this place. You can sit down and have a cup of tea at one of the many restaurants nearby. It's interesting that this is the highest tourist spot in the capital, and during the winter, it sometimes gets a few cm of snowfall.

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal in Sahiwal

Yadgar-e-Sahiwal Sahiwal

This monument is located near the railway road. According to the monument, MA Ashraf has written in his book on the history of Sahiwal. That is why the place is known as Yadgar Sahiwal. It is a round-shaped landmark. However, its color is white which shows a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness. Hence a number of people visit this site on a daily basis. Most of the people come here with their families and enjoy a picnic in its beautiful scenery.

Katpana Cold Desert in Skardu

Katpana Cold Desert Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

In the desert, there are big sand dunes that sometimes get snow on them in the winter. The Cold Desert is one of the highest deserts in the world because it is 2,226 meters above sea level. Although the desert geographically extends from the Khaplu Valley all the way to Nubra in the region of Ladakh that is under the administration of India, the largest areas of the actual desert area are located in the Shigar Valley and Skardu, both of which are under the administration of Pakistan. However, near the Skardu Airport is the part of the desert that receives the most tourist traffic.

The Big Temple in Chiniot

The Big Temple Chiniot

Maharaja Gulab Singh built the traditional Hindu temple, which is also called the "big temple." People think that the beautiful temple was built during the second Anglo-Sikh war. Even though it is an old Hindu Temple, a lot of people still come here to worship. It is believed that this temple was constructed during the reign of Maharaja Gulab Singh and was severely damaged during the 2nd Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49). Those who have an interest in such buildings will delight in the opportunity to observe the temple's exterior as well as its interior, which is a combination of Hindu and Sikh architectural styles.

Lal Masjid in Islamabad

Lal Masjid Islamabad

Because Muslims make up the vast majority of Pakistan's population, the country's cities and towns are home to an abundance of mosques. Lal Masjid is another mosque that is worth looking at. In English, it literally means "red mosque." You will see how beautiful the mosque is as it is constructed entirely out of red bricks, which makes it stand out among the rest. Get inside to offer your prayers, and once you're finished, do not be in a rush to depart. Instead, go for a walk around the area and enjoy seeing how green everything is.

Gilgit-Baltistan in Gilgit

Gilgit-Baltistan Gilgit
Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan formerly known as the Northern Areas, is a region administered by Pakistan as an administrative territory, and constitutes the northern portion of the larger Kashmir region, which has been the subject of a dispute between India and Pakistan since 1947, and between India and China since 1950s. It is the northernmost area administered by Pakistan. It borders Azad Kashmir to the south, the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west, the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan to the north, the Xinjiang region of China, to the east and northeast, and the Indian-administered union territories Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the southeast.

Shalimar Bagh in Lahore

Shalimar Bagh Lahore

The Shalimar Gardens Shālāmār Bāgh are a Mughal garden complex located in Lahore, capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab. The gardens date from the period when the Mughal Empire was at its artistic and aesthetic zenith, and are now one of Pakistan's most popular tourist destinations. The Shalimar Gardens were laid out as a Persian paradise garden intended to create a representation of an earthly utopia in which humans co-exist in perfect harmony with all elements of nature. Construction of the gardens began in 1641 during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan and was completed in 1642. In 1981 the Shalimar Gardens were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as they embody Mughal garden design at the apogee of its development.

Kohala in Murree

Kohala Murree

Neelum Point, also known as Kohala Point, is a famous tourist destination for locals and visitors alike. There are various reasons to visit Neelum Point, including its closeness to Murree and Islamabad, and the fact that it can be visited in a single day. The following are some facts that not everyone is aware of. Furthermore, driving from Neelum point, you may reach Kashmir Waterfall, also known as Dolai Aabshar (waterfall), in approximately 20 minutes. No doubt, this is a breathtakingly stunning and scenic location that you should not miss.

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) in Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil (Iqbal House) Sialkot

Iqbal Manzil is the birthplace of Dr. Muhammad Allama Iqbal who is the greatest Muslim poet and philosopher. Iqbal Manzil now has been turned into a museum where some of his personal belongings were kept and it also has a library with over 4000 books. Iqbal Manzil was purchased in 1861 by Mohammad Rafique, the great-grandfather of Allama Iqbal. The house was originally very small, but each successor kept adding to it and the building grew in size. After the death of his father Noor Muhammad, Iqbal's his elder brother, Ata Mohammad, was named the owner of the Iqbal Manzil. Ata Mohammed's sons after his death, left the house and took up residences in Karachi and Lahore.

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam in Multan

Tomb Shah Rukne Alam Multan

Shah Rukne Alam was the son of Pir Sadar-Al-Din Arif. He was born in Multan on 26 November 1251 and died 3 January 1335. He was the grandson and successor of Sheikh Baha-ud-din Zakariya. He was buried in the mausoleum of his grandfather, according to his own willbut later, his coffin was transferred to the present mausoleum. Shah Rukn-e-Alam conferred his spiritual succession on Sufi sheikh Sultan Ul Tareeqin Sheikh Hameed ud Din Shah Hakim Al-Qureshi Asadi Al-Hashmi Suhrawardi. He is buried at Mau Mubarak in Rahim Yar Khan. He was Shah Rukn e Alam's Ataleeq-e-Awwal, Khalifa-e-Awwal and was married to the daughter of Sheikh Baha-ud-Din Zakariya.

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.

Faisal Mosque in Islamabad

Faisal Mosque Islamabad

One of the best places to visit in Islamabad. The Faisal Mosque is a national mosque of Pakistan. It is the world's sixth-biggest mosque and the largest in South Asia. The desert-tented mosque is recognized as one of the most iconic monuments of Islamabad in travel photography, as it is one of Islam's holiest sites of worship and stretches over 5000 square meters. The mosque has an eight-sided concrete shell with a modern design that is based on the shape of a traditional Bedouin tent. The mosque is a modern and significant piece of Islamic architecture in Pakistan, and it is a prominent tourist destination.

Kharpocho Fort in Skardu

Kharpocho Fort Skardu
Gilgit Baltistan

Greg Child, an Australian mountaineer, and filmmaker said the fort is "perched above the junction of the rivers" and has a view of the Rock of Skardu. At the end of the 1600s, Ali Sher Khan Anchan, who was king at the time, built the fort. General Zorawar Singh, a member of the Dogra Rajput clan, recognized the significance of the fort's placement in the town while working for Maharaja Gulab Singh. As a result, he occupied the fort. As part of his several military expeditions, Baltistan was annexed to the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir. The fort was destroyed in 1857 under the direction of Ranbir Singh.