6 Most Clean Places To Visit In Pakistan

6 Most Clean Places To Visit In Pakistan

1. Neelum Valley

About 240 km long bow-shaped deeply forested picturesque Neelum Valley dipped in beauty  is situated at North and North-East of Muzaffarabad in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan, running parallel to Kaghan Valley. These two valleys are only separated by snow-covered peaks, some over 4000m above sea level. Excellent scenic beauty, panoramic views, towering hills on both sides of the noisy Neelum river, lush green forests, enchanting streams and attractive surroundings make the valley a dream come true.
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2. Siri Paye

Siri Paye, offers a carefree weekend adventure, away from the stressful day to day routine for us. The small hamlet offers an excursion that rids you of your taut nerves and a joyful time day in and day out. Visiting this magnificent valley in summer carries promise of a cool and fresh weather coupled with a warm welcome from the local people, the best bet in any case.

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3. Lalazaar

Lalazar is extremely picturesque landscape at an elevation of 3200m (10400 feet). It is scenic spot with thick forest of pine & fir.

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4. Kaghaan Valley

Kaghan valley is named after the town of Kaghan rather than for the Kunhar River which flows through the length of the valley. This valley has most popular summer holiday spots for both Pakistanis as well as foreigners. If you love hiking, trekking or fishing, then Kaghan Valley is like heaven.

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5. Charna Island

Surrounded by coral gardens replete with exotic marine life, the country’s second-largest island has become a paradise for water-sports enthusiasts.

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6. Tomb of Jahangir

Lahore is full of beautiful & historic places. Among these places Tomb of Jahangir Lahore is an eye catching place. It was built for the Mughal Empire Jahangir. His son Shah Jahan built the mausoleum after the ten years of his father’s death. The Tomb contains four 30 meters high Minarets.

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