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101 Best Places to Visit in Pakistan in 2021

Pakistan is a nation of true natural beauty, home for the genuinely curious and to some fantastic mountain peaks, lush green landscapes, and archaeological sites. There’s not much else you might ask for from the ultimate adventure destination, but sadly (or luckily for those lucky few) it is still untouched by western tourism because of the amount of negative press Pakistan gets. From wild mountain passes and unreal lakes to beautifully decorated mosques and ancient fortresses, Below are the 101 of the most beautiful places to visit in Pakistan in 2021.

P.S : This list isn’t ranked from worst to best.

101. Faisal Masjid

Faisal Masjid
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Faisal Mosque is one of Islamabad’s most popular places to visit. An epitome of modern Islamic architecture, Faisal Masjid is nestled in the foothills of Margalla. It is one of the largest mosques in Asia, an example of state-of-the-art infrastructure and spectacular architecture. The mosque has the capacity of 100,000 people and was a gift from the King of Saudi Arabia, King Shah Faisal.

100. Saidpur Village

Saidpur Village
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This place is one of Islamabad’s top places to go. Saidpur is an ancient village situated near the Margalla Hills, Islamabad, with a rich history. It remained a Hindu village in the past, where Hindu worshipers came to worship from far-flung places. The village remains are still present today, where visitors frequently come.

If you want to spend a good day surrounded by music, culture, and good food, then the place for you to be is Saidpur Village, Islamabad. Also, if you are looking for places to visit in Islamabad at night, do consider this place.

99. Daman-e-Koh Park 

Daman-e-Koh Park
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The drive to the hilltop garden provides incredible natural scenery, but the view of Faisal Mosque and Rawai Lake from the top is nothing compared to the top. You can see some monkeys, peacocks, and some other animals frolicking in the field, in addition to the natural scenery. In the on-site parking lot, you can leave your car and grab a bite to eat at a restaurant.

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98. Katpana Desert

Katpana Desert
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Top on the list of the highest cold desert in the world, sand dunes at this altitude look absolutely special. To such a rareity, very few countries can lay claim. From Skardu, travelers can easily enter the Katpana Desert, as it’s just about 30 minutes away. Don’t count on public transport being there however.

97. Harappa


This awe-inspiring archeological site was discovered in the 20th century while it was abandoned as one of the oldest sites of the Indus Valley civilization from the 19th Century BC. The entire city was excavated and brought to life and remains a wonder for historians worldwide.

96. Naltar Valley

Naltar Valley
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For travellers across the silk road, Karakorum Highway and now CEPCC, it is the most visited region (China Pakistan economic corridor). People have said that this is a real paradise. That’s why more than fifty thousand tourists come every year to see its beauty and enjoy its summer holidays. The national skating championships are held annually from 1 January to the end of February during the winter season.

Places to visit in Naltar Vallery

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  • Snow-capped Mountains
  • Longest Chairlift in Gilgit Baltistan
  • Naltar Hydropower Projects
  • International Ski slope
  • Visiting the valley when summer is in full bloom.

95. Rohtas Fort

Rohtas Fort
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Rohtas Fort is a 16th-century fortress that’s recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Near Jhelum in Punjab, which is about 4 hours from Lahore and 2 hours from Islamabad, It is is located. The fortress is one of the largest in the Subcontinent and, considering its age, has remained in remarkable condition. The giant structure can spend hours walking about a stunning relic.

94. Margala Hills

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Islamabad may be a glittering new area, but did you know it has a wide range of hills perfect for climbing as well? The Margala Hills are spread over more than 12,000 hectares and have many trails for hiking and running. Do’t forget the most famous Trail 5.

93. Rakaposhi Base Camp

Rakaposhi Base Camp
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There are few avenues for Pakistan’s giants to get as close and personal as this. The trek starts from the village of Minapin, where it will take around 4 to 5 hours for those with a reasonable fitness level to reach the top.

92. Khunjerab Pass

Khunjerab Pass
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You should set your sights a little further if you really want to discover Pakistan and explore the natural beauty with which it has been blessed. Consider flying to Gilgit Baltistan this year a veritable slice of the sky on earth.

At the official gate of Khunjerab Pass, which is surrounded by insanely tall peaks and grassy fields, many people venture to the border to take pictures. As for transportation, with your own car, it is best to fly here as bus fares can get costly. Hitchhiking is also a choice for adventurous travelers, as it is on much of the Karakoram Highway.


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If you go north and don’t visit this place, then you have not visited the location at all.Silence, beauty, mountains, breeze wispier. it’s good to visit in summer along with warm clothes. Food is a bit expensive.

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Deosai National Park, or the Land of Giants, is a stunning tourist attraction on the Deosai Plateau, the second highest plateau in the world.

Deosai is accessible through Skardu from the north and Astore from the west. If you begin your journey through Skardu, you will not find any village after Satpara Lake until Chilam Chowki. Deosai top has a hotel which serves tea and yogurt in summer season.


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The weather and temperature at Shandur top is pleasant in summers, but the rays of the sun burn deep. So bring your sun caps, sunglasses and UV protection cream with you. Also there is nothing much to eat after Mastuj, so stock food and snacks before you leave Chitral towards Laspar and Shandur pass.


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Siri Paye is frequently skipped by travelers who think Naran and Hunza have better sights to offer, situated in the Kaghan Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. From my personal experience, however I can guarantee that Siri Paye is one of Pakistan’s most beautiful places and if you haven’t visited it yet you have to fly there now.


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Kund Malir beach is located on Makran Coastal highway at a distance of about 175 kilometers from Karachi. Beach is very beautiful, calm and clean. Resort is average but areas nearby are excellent specially Golden beach. Other tourist attractions in the area are Princess of Hope (statue), Hangol national park and Hanglaj Mata Temple.


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One of the most visited mosques in Pakistan is the Badshahi Mosque, in Lahore, Pakistan. The building dates back to the time of Emperor Aurangzeb, son of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, and was completed in 1673. The Badshahi Mosque is the second largest mosque in Pakistan, making it an inevitable tourist attraction in Lahore. Delve into the history of this beautiful building that has captured so many people’s hearts.


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Kashmir is called the Paradise on Earth and Neelum Valley is the jewel of the heaven. It is one of the most beautiful places in Azad Kashmir. Neelum Valley is located in the North and North Eastern side of Muzaffarabad because of its bow-like shape and it lies parallel to the LOC. It is connected to Kaghan Valley from the other side. It consists of 370 villages in total. The valley comprises of thick forest, clear water streams, rivers, treasure of gem-stones and minerals.


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Pir Sohawa is the one of the most beautiful place to visit in Pakistan. There is a short trail on Pir Suhawa that takes you around the top most hill with breath taking views of th


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Ranikot Fort also known as ‘The Great Wall of Sindh’ is thought to be the world’s largest fort. “The size of Ranikot defies all reasons. It stands in the middle of nowhere, defending nothing,” writes Isobel Shaw. Ranikot, with a circumference of about 26 km, is the largest fort in the world.


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It is a legend that one night under the grand mountains in Concordia adds to life span of any soul by one year. Concordia is a glacial confluence of the Baltoro Glacier with the Glacier of Godwin Austen. Trek to K2 base camp and Broad Peak base camp is altogether a one day return trip from Concordia on the Godwin Austen glacier.

81. Muree

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Whether its summer or winter, Murree is always the preferred tourist destination in Pakistan. Murree was the summer capital of British Raj, in the Punjab Province. People all over from Pakistan want to go there to enjoy the natural scenery in the summer. Also, in the winter, experience amazing snowfall.

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80.Nathia Gali

Nathia Gali
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Nathia Gali is one of the best places to visit in Pakistan. Nathia Gali is a hill station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is extremely famous for its scenic beauty and hiking tracks. There are several other hill stations in the region with similar attributes and most of their names end with ‘Gali’.

79. Hawkes Bay Beach

Hawkes Bay Beach
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Located near Karachi, Hawkes Bay Beach is named after Bladen Wilmer Hawke, who was the owner of a beach house in the 1930s. The beach is a breeding ground for turtles of all types.

78. Mall Road Lahore

Mall Road Lahore
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In Lahore, Mall Road is a long street that is popular for many reasons. First of all during the Mughal era or during the British Raj period, most of the buildings on the street were constructed.

77. Hiran Minar

Hiran Minar
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Hiran Minar is another of Punjab Pakistan’s top attractions and one of the popular places to visit. In Sheikhupura, Hiran Minar, meaning the Deer Tower, is a complex constructed in the era of Emperor Jahangir in memory of his pet antelope.

76. Clifton Beach

Clifton Beach
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Located in Karachi, the beach was among the most famous and top beaches of silver sand. Top tourist attraction on Clifton Beach are camel riding, horse riding, buggy cart and so on.

75. Churna Island

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The island has gained fame recently in the past few years due to several recreational activities such as snorkeling, cliff diving, scuba diving and underwater photography.

74. Tomb of Jahangir

Churna Island
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It is a 17th century mausoleum for the Mughal emperor Jahangir. It is an architectural masterpiece and its interior and exterior both are worth appreciating. It is a must visiting place as it is one of the most famous places to visit in Punjab Pakistan.

73. Mohatta Palace Museum

Mohatta Palace Museum
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Mohatta Palace Museum is built using pink Jodhpur stone and local Gizri yellow stone. The site shows olden-time architecture of the Rajasthani people.

72. Katas Raj Temples

Katas Raj Temples
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Situated within embrace of the Salt Range near Kallar Kahar, Punjab, this splendid complex of temples dedicated to Ram, Hanuman and Shiva is laid around a natural pond. The pond, the faithful believe, was created from a teardrop of the weeping Shiva as he flew across the sky carrying the dead body of his wife Sati. He shed two tears, one creating this pond, the other falling and making a pond in Ajmer, Rajasthan.

71. Gol Mosque

Gol Mosque
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Gol Mosque is located in Faisalabad. It is also a major tourist attraction in Faisalabad.

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70. Pakistan Monument

Pakistan Monument
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Another best places to visit in Pakistan and top things to do in Islamabad. It is a national monument and a heritage museum, it was built to show the unity amongst the people of Pakistan.

69. Daman-e-Koh

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Daman-e-Koh a viewing point for tourists for the hills above them. Monkeys are quite common in the area whereas Cheetahs can also be seen sometimes during the snowfall.

68. Mohenjo-Daro

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Mohenjo Daro, or “Mound of the Dead” is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city that flourished between 2600 and 1900 BCE. The site was discovered in the 1920s and lies in Pakistan’s Sindh province. 

67. Sheesh Mahal

Sheesh Mahal
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Sheesh Mahal another masterpiece of architecture from the Mughal period. Emperor Shah Jahan founded it. The name, sheesh mahal, means ‘palace of mirrors’ and it consists literally of many high-quality mirrors and other materials, including high-quality marble.

66. Gorakh Hill station

Gorakh Hill station
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Gorakh Hill station has a very different climate than other areas of Sindh. Most of the Sindh has a warm climate whereas Gorakh has a cold climate and also faces snowfall at certain times. The site is very popular amongst local and international tourists.

65. Gwadar

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Gwadar has been the limelight of Pakistani news for some time now due to its trade importance for Pakistan. However, the city has much more than just a harbour for trading; it has beautiful beaches with mountains covering them.

64. Khaplu Fort

Khaplu Fort
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The fort was built in 19th century and is a tourist attraction for a long time now. The fort is a masterpiece for beautiful architecture and it also was the place of residence for the Raja of Khaplu. This an awesome beauty of Pakistan.

63. Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park
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Hingol National Park or Hungol National Park, covers an area of 6,100 square kilometres. It was established in 1988. In 2004, the Makran Coastal Highway which links Karachi with the port town of Gwadar was opened.

62. Hanna Lake

Hanna Lake
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Hanna Lake is a lake in Urak Valley near Quetta city in Balochistan Province, in southwestern Pakistan. It is surrounded by mountains.

61. Koh-i-Chiltan

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Koh-i-Chiltan is a peak located in the Chiltan mountain group of the Sulaiman Mountains, in the Quetta District of Balochistan Province, in western Pakistan. Koh-i-Chiltan is the summit of a steep, rocky mountain called Chiltan or Chehel-Tan.

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60. Ziarat residency

 Ziarat residency
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It is where Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent the last two months and ten days of his life, nursed by A. S. Nathaniel. It is the most famous landmark of the city, constructed in 1892 during the British Raj.

59. Gadani Beach

Gadani Beach
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Gadani Beach is a beach on the Arabian Sea located near the Hub River and Cape Monze in Gadani, Lasbela District, Balochistan, Pakistan. Gadani Beach is the location of Gadani ship-breaking yard, which is one of the world’s largest ship-breaking yards.

58. Pakistan Air Force Museum

Pakistan Air Force Museum
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Pakistan Air Force Museum Faisal is an Air Force museum and park situated near Karsaz Flyover on Shahrah-e-Faisal in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.A majority of the aircraft, weapons and radar are displayed outside in the park but the main museum features all major fighter aircraft that have been used by the Pakistan Air Force.

57. Shah Jahan Masjid Thatta

Shah Jahan Masjid Thatta
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The Shah Jahan Mosque, also known as the Jamia Masjid of Thatta, is a 17th-century building that serves as the central mosque for the city of Thatta. it was built during the reign of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, who bestowed it to the city as a token of gratitude, and is heavily influenced by Central Asian architecture – a reflection of Shah Jahan’s campaigns near Samarkand shortly before the mosque was designed.

56. French Beach

French Beach
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French Beach of Karachi is located half way between Hawkes Bay and Paradise Point, is a small fishing village frequented by Karachi’s elite and known to the locals as Haji Ismill Goth. Surrounded by a boundary wall, it offers 95 huts, constructed by the villagers, for rent.

55 . Darbar Usman Marvandi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar

Darbar Usman Marvandi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar
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The shrine is located in Sehwan Sharif, in the Pakistani province of Sindh. The shrine is one of the most important in Pakistan, and attracts up to one million visitors annually.

54. Teen Talwar Clifton

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The three marble swords are inscribed with Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s creeds Unity, Faith and Discipline. It was commissioned by Pakistan’s former President and Prime Minister, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1973, and was designed by Zoroastrian architect Minu Mistri.

53. Khewra Salt Mines

Khewra Salt Mines

The Khewra Salt Mines, as they are called, are located about 160 kilometres south of Islamabad, at the foothills of the Salt Range to the north of the Jhelum city of Pind Dadan Khan. The mines are not only visited by locals but also by international tourists, bloggers and vloggers.

52. Taxila Museum

Taxila Museum
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This comprehensive museum housing the wonders of Gandhara Art must be visited by all who love history. Some of the items on display here also date from 600 BC to 700 BC. Your trip isn’t really complete if you miss this place in Pakistan.

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51. Shalimar Gardens

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Shalimar Gardens is a Mughal garden, layering Persian influences over medieval Islamic garden traditions, and bearing witness to the apogee of Mughal artistic expression, is the Shalimar Gardens, designed by Shah Jahan in 1641-2.

50. Ratti Gali Lake

Ratti Gali Lake
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Ratti Gali Lake has made it to the list of Pakistan’s best locations. This lake is a glacial alpine lake in the Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.

49. Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor
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The IndoPak Kartarpur Corridor is a newly developed border corridor that links the Sikh shrines of Dera Baba Nanak Sahib and Gurdwara Darbar Sahib with the neighboring nations of India and Pakistan.

48. Wahga Border

Wahga Border
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Wahga is a village and union council located in the Wahgah Zone of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The town is famous for the Wagah border ceremony and also serves as a goods transit terminal and a railway station between Pakistan and India.

47. Wazir Khan Mosque

Wazir Khan Mosque
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Shaikh Ilm-ud-din Ansari built this place of worship. Also, he was the Viceroy of Punjab under Shah Jahan in 1634. It took almost the time period of seven years to complete.

46. Ramkot Fort

Ramkot Fort
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Ramkot Fort is an ancient fort situated in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan currently beside the Mangla Dam. It was built in 1186, it is accessible through boat, 13 kilometers away from Dina and 79 kilometers by road from Mirpur, Azad Kashmir to Dadyal town.

45. Shangrila resort – Skardu

Shangrila resort - Skardu
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In the extreme north of Pakistan, Shangrila resort – Skardu the central is an epitome of beauty, serenity and wilderness.

44. Rama Meadow

Rama Meadow
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Just a little ahead of Rama Village, which is 11 kilometres from Astore, is a beautiful and serene plain called Rama Meadow.

43. Bamburet Valley

Bamburet Valley
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Chitral is a village in the district of Ayun. 12 kilometers south of the city, at the confluence of the Bamburet River. The beauty of the mountains surrounding the village is not represented by any words. Bamburet Valley is beyond Ayun Valley, one of the three Kalash Valleys.

42. White Palace Swat

White Palace Swat
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White Palace Marghazar is the only breathtaking location in the Swat district that’s situated at a distance of around 12 km from the city of Mingora.

41. Kerthar area

Kerthar area
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This region is not just known for its breathtaking beauty but also for its rich history. Spread across 150 miles, it is an ideal tourist spot due to several streams, springs and historic locations, however, it’s unfortunate that few tourists prefer to visit. 

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40. Mubarak Village Karachi

Mubarak Village Karachi
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Mubarak village in Karachi remains the second-largest fishermen village in Karachi. Bordering with Gadani (Balochistan), the landscape encircles a stark contrast of golden hills and turquoise clear waters. Away from the city frenzy, this place welcomes you with a lot of love.

39. Rural areas near Punjab river

Rural areas near Punjab river
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Punjab has been gifted with countless blessings including fertile land and lush green farms. Nature has also blessed Punjab with colors of every season, as winter ends vivid colors of spring spread around. The rural area around Punjab river has one of the best views in Pakistan.

38. Ghanche District, Gilgit–Baltistan

Ghanche District, Gilgit–Baltistan
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With its charming valleys and villages populated by the most hospitable locals and river-irrigated lands, Gilgit-Ghanche Baltistan’s district stands almost aloof. Khaplu, which is a stunning landscape with high summits, flowing blue waters and waterfalls, is the central place in the district.

37. Uch Sharif

Uch Sharif
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Uch Sharif is another historical and important town in the 13th century was Uch Sharif. Moreover, it was the centrepiece of religious scholars, Saints, Sufis, and Asian writers. So all of them were drawn to sacred and religious practices.

36. Fort Munro

Fort Munro
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Fort Munro is 85 km from Dera Ghazi Khan City on Quetta Road. It is also the only hill station in the Sulaiman Mountain range in southern Punjab.

35. Derawar Fort-Bahawalpur

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Barbicans of Derawar is visible for many miles in the Cholistan Desert. The walls have a circumference of 1,500 meters and stand up to 30 meters high.

34. Darbar Mahal-Mughalai Fort

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Darbar Mahal-Mughalai Fort is a historic location in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, is the Mughalai Fort Darbar Mahal. It was made out of red bricks. Moreover, its outstanding view of architecture resembles the ancient Forts of Mughalai.

33. Abbasi Mosque

Abbasi Mosque

Built with white marble, Abbasi masjid appears like another pearl within the wilderness of the Cholistan Desert.

32. Noor Mahal

Noor Mahal
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The Noor Mahal is a beautiful royal palace in Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. It’s built-in 1872 just like another Italian chateau on neoclassical lines.

31. Lahore Fort

Lahore Fort
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The early history of the Fort is shrouded in mystery and nothing definite is known about it. Traditionally it is stated that the Fort was built as early as the city itself and its foundation is attributed to mythic Loh a son of the hero of Ramayana of Legendry age (1200-800 B.C).

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Lahore Fort
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Dera Nawab Sahab is the location of magnificent Sadiqgarh Palace, principle royal residence of the Nawab of Bahawalpur.The gateway is an impressive building decorated with intricate stone carving, fresco painting, and brick construction. The majestic white building of Sadiqgarh Palace stood above the gate and the palace grounds.

29. Ansu Lake 

Ansu Lake

If you see Ansoo Lake from a distant place it appears as a droplet of the tear with the wider rim at one side and thinner on the other. From the time it was discovered, it has been the favorite place of tourists from all over the world.

There is a famous saying that seeing Ansoo Lake is not so common. Only lucky ones happen to see this lake. After hours of difficult trekking, sometimes the lake gets covered inside fog and blocks the view. So, it is said that only lucky ones can see this lake.

28.  Lalazar-Naran

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Lalazar located in Naran, Beautiful Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. It is the second most wanted tourist destination when visiting Naran (After Saiful Muluk). Lalazar is situated on the other end of Lake Saiful Muluk, over the mountain; a small resort worth visiting. A large green plateau gives a lovely view of the valley below. The place can be reached through the deadliest track on jeep with several twists and turn. For hiker lovers, there is another track 5 hour hike over a mountain pass from Lake Saiful Muluk. 

27. Ayun, Chitral

Ayun, Chitral
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It is located 12 kilometers south of the city, at the confluence of the Bamburet River. There are no words to explain the peeing of the village’s surrounding mountains.

26. Shogran

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Shogran is beautiful Valley famous among tourists where they flock from all over the world. Its 7 to 8 hours Drive from Islamabad. Hazara Motorway makes journey more comfortable. Scenic Views of Mansahra and Abbotabad will be experienced by Travelers.

25. Makra Peak, Mansehra 

Makra Peak, Mansehra
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Makra is a simple peak to climb with a moderate level of trekking difficulty and doesn’t require any technical climbing skills or knowledge to climb it. Still deaths are reported by the local people, which we think must be due to carelessness of trekkers or severe weather.

24. Mushkpuri 

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The way to the Mushkpuri top is very breathtaking. It is full of greenery and is rich with fragmented flowers, like a carpet full of flowers. Especially at the end of the rainy season it gives a very attractive view to the hikers.

23. Malam-Jabba-Swat

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 The location of Malam Jabba, high in the Hindu Kush, surrounded by the Karakorams, north east of Saidu Sharif, is spectacular. High altitude and 2-3m of winter snow make it fairly snow-sure and besides the skiing there are many hiking options too.

22. Bhurban

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Bhurban is yet another small city and a station on a hill. But it’s beautiful enough that you can relax here comfortably and have fun. It’s better for a short stay, because of the small size.

21.  Kalash Valley

Kalash Valley
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Deep in the mountains along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, the remote Kalash Valley (also sometimes called Kalasha Valley, which actually consists of three separate valleys) is home to Kalasha people. Quite distinct from the rest of Pakistan’s people, the Kalasha are said to be descendants of the armies of Alexander the Great.

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20. Shandur Top

Shandur Top
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The clouds that hover above it add to its beauty. The temperature there is always 14 degrees Celsius, never going up or down, maintaining a cloudy weather. The greenery everywhere at Shandur catches the hearts of tourists, and the valleys of Shandur increase its beauty in general.

19. Kaghan Valley

Kaghan Valley
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The landscapes of the Kaghan Valley are as enchanting as the fairy tales set here. Honey-hued cattle roam alpine pastures. Lakes are cradled by snow-capped glaciers.

18. Ushu Forest

Ushu Forest

Ushu Forest is a jewel of Kalam and Ushu valley just neighboring the Kalam Bazar, Ushu forest Swat is a well preserved thick rain forest of Deodar trees The National tree of Pakistan offering scenic views and lifetime Experience.

17. Peshawar Museum

Peshawar Museum
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 The Peshawar Museum is notable for its collection of Buddhist artwork dating from the ancient Gandhara Empire.

16. Sir Cunningham Clock Tower

Sir Cunningham Clock Tower
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The Cunningham Clock Tower in Peshawar, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, was built in 1900, “in commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen Empress”. The tower was named after Sir George Cunningham, former British governor and political agent in the province.

15. Masjid Mahabat Khan

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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

14. Charsi Tikka – Peshawar

Charsi Tikka - Peshawar
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Nisar Khan Charsi Tikka is one of the best meat restaurants in Peshawar, Pakistan. Cooking without oil, and using fat from the meat instead, every dish on the menu promises incredible depths of local flavour.

If you are visiting the ancient and incredible city of Peshawar then this is one restaurant you absolutely have to visit.

13. The King Edward Medical University 

The King Edward Medical University
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The architectural value of this university is immense. It has its own historical value and this makes the university campus beautiful in its own league.

12. Takht-i-Bahi-Mardan

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Takht-i-Bahi-Mardan is listed in the World Heritage sites, it is considered the most well-structured Buddhist monasteries in Gandhara district.

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11. Kumrat valley

Kumrat valley
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People described Kumrat Valley as a “heaven on earth.” The remote valley is relatively popular with local tourists from KPK but is mostly a secret from other Pakistani tourists. Few foreigners ever visit Kumrat.

10. Bolan Pass

Bolan Pass
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Bolan Pass connects Sibi with Quetta both by road and railway.
Strategically located, traders, invaders, and nomadic tribes have also used it as a gateway to and from South Asia. The Bolān Pass is an important pass on the Baluch frontier, connecting Jacobabad and Sibi with Quetta, which has always occupied an important place in the history of British campaigns in Afghanistan.

9. Hanna-Urak Waterfall

Hanna-Urak Waterfall
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Hanna-Urak Waterfall is a waterfall located near Hanna Lake in Urak Valley, Quetta District of Balochistan the province of Pakistan. It is a small waterfall surrounded by mountains.

8. Quetta- Balochistan

Quetta- Balochistan
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The city offers little historical interest Except the Museum at Toghi Road which houses the artifacts from Mahargarh 9000 years old village culture of Pakistan, though the food and goods on sale in the bazaars give it a certain Central Asian feel and a reason to see it. Afghan refugees have brought with them fresh crafts like the distinctive Hazara rugs, to add to such traditional items as Balouch mirror work, wooden crafts from Sind & Punjab and many other merchandise from Iran & Afghanistan.

7. Do Darya

Do Darya
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The most worth mentioning and beautiful scenic place of Karachi is “Do Darya”. The restaurants along the Arabian Sea shore are to die for. The location is beyond words, perfect and fantastic. Karachiites go crazy for dining in these beautiful food points along the seashore.

6. Holy Trinity Cathedral

Holy Trinity Cathedral
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Holy Trinity Cathedral is the seat of the Church of Pakistan, Diocese of Karachi, situated on Fatima Jinnah Road, near Zainab Market, in Karachi, Pakistan

5. Sukkur city

Sukkur city
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Sukkur is the third largest city in Sindh province; Located at the bank of River Indus. Formerly Sukkur was named as Aror or Bakhar, but later given the name Sukkur which means superiority in Sindhi. The cultural spots and bazaars in Sukkur show how rich it is in Sindhi culture, and they are the most prominent attractions of the city.

4. Thar Desert

Thar Desert
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Located in in the south of Pakistan’s Sindh province, bordering India to the east, the Thar desert is home to many varieties of indigenous trees, herbs, and grasses. It is the latter that provides feed for more than 6 million livestock.

3. Attabad Lake

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Attabad Lake was created in 2010 by the devastating landslide. This lake is 14 kilometres long and offers an amazing experience with breathtaking scenery. First, stop at Shishkat in Gojal Valley surrounded by Attabad Lake, where guests can enjoy boating. The second stop is Gulmit in the Gojal Valley surrounded by mountains, glaciers and historical village.

2. K2

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K2 is “a savage mountain that tries to kill you,” according to American climber George Bell. he 8611 meters of height makes K-2 the second highest mountain after Mount Everest at 8,849 meters (29,030 ft).

1. Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat
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Nanga Parbat is the only eight thousanders out of five that falls in Himalyan Range, all the other falls in Karakorum Range, that is why the area surrounding Nanga is green fairy meadows and Rupal valley both, from raikot bridge its crazy jeep ride for about 1.5 hours to Tatto then 4 hours hike to fairy meadows.

Note : We will keep adding more attractions, things to do and best places to visit in Pakistan. 

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