11 Awesome Places in Pakistan, Can Make You Surprised & Shocked

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I know you have opened this blog with a surprise that Pakistan is having beautiful places. Yes, Pakistan has some awesome places rich with natural beauty. The people in this world hardly know that, this country is having such spell bound places. Here we will show you some mind blowing pictures and some information

Swat valley:

best places in Pakistan

Swat Valley, mainly known as the ‘Switzerland of Pakistan’, is one of the popular tourist spots of Pakistan. This upper valley of Swat river is situated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. The sunning scenic beauty will deprive all of the sounds.

Shandur: –

amazing places in Pakistan

Every year thousands of people come here to be witness of the famous and traditional Polo Tournament in the highest polo ground of the world. The place with very less population is just magnificent.  Snow peaks are bestrew everywhere.

Concordia (Karakoram):-

attractive places in Pakistan

The heaven of mountaineers, Concordia is situated in the heart of the Karakoram Range. The stringent and rough weather is really challenging. 4 out of 14 world’s highest peak you can visualize from here.

 K2 Base Camp: –

beautiful places in Pakistan

K2 basecamp is a destination for trekkers. The experience visitors gather there will left a deep mark in your soul. Innumerable adventures are waiting for you in the 7 days of trekking to reach K2 base camp.

 Hunza Valley:

places in Pakistan to visit

Here visitors can see the bland and gorgeous nature unwinkingly. They can do rock climbing on some of the highest peak of the world. Hunza is situated in Galgit-Baltisatan region of Pakistan in the height of 8200 ft.

Bolan: –

beautiful places in Pakistan

Boaln actually is a mountain pass connects Sibi with Quetta by both railway and road. The pass is situated Toba Kakar Range of Baluchistan, 120 km from Afghanistan Border. The nature is very rough here. It doesn’t take to change day with full sunlight to a stormy snow fall weather too much time. From the top of the mountain when visitors  see the train of camels plod the way, they get spell bound.

Hingol National Park: –

attraction destination in Pakistan

Yes, Pakistan possess such a marvelous national park. It is located on Baluchistan on the Makran coast approximately 190km from Karachi. In this wonderful national park visitors find Hingol River, mountain, Arabian Sea, and desert. There is an estuary of Hingol River inside the park and it is one major cause of rich species of birds and fishes.

Deosai National Park: –

national park in Pakistan

Deosai is the second highest plateau of the world at an average elevation of 4114 m. from sea level. Deosai, referred to as ‘land of giants’ is located in the Astore district of Gilgit-Baltistan on the boundary of Karakorum and Western Himalayas with its marvelous beauty. Varieties colour of flowers will welcome in this plain waiving their heads.

Hanna Lake: –

superb places in Pakistan you never know

Surrounded by mountain all side, Hnnan Lake is situated in Urak valley 14 km from Quetta. Actually Hannan Lake is a large reservoir constructed in 1894 at the British period. This lake is situated such a position that it looks like water in a bowl. The lake is most attractive tourist spot of Quetta. The golden fishes of this lake will make you feel delightful.

Mohenjo-Daro:-

places in Pakistan to visit

Mohenjo-Daro, world’s one of the earliest major urban settlements and one of the largest settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization. This city was flourished between 2600 B.C.E and 1900 B.C.E. Mohenjo-Daro is situated in Larkana district of Sindh.  The meaning of the ‘Mohenjo-Daro’ is ‘mound of dead’.

Taxila:-

historical places in Pakistan

Taxila or ‘Takhshila’, a city of the Gandharan civilization was a Hub of Buddhism is over 3000 years of old. Taxila attracted great emperor Alexander so much that he influenced to spread Greek culture this part of the world. Taxila was established in the junction of three grade trade route. First one comes from eastern India, ‘Royal Highway’ named by great Greek writer Megasthenes. Second one from Western Asia and the third from Kashmir and Central Asia. Taxila was a melting point of Greeks, Scythians, Kushans, Parthians, Mauryans and eventually Muslims. UNESCO designated Taxila as World Heritage site in 1980.

I know you are surprised. But it’s true that these places really exist in Pakistan.