Pakistan has some of the most beautiful scenery & tourist attractions on our planet!
“Astola Island” [near Pasni Baluchistan 40 km from shore].
Astola is Pakistan’s largest offshore island and the only significant offshore island in the northern Arabian Sea.
The Kachura Lakes are two lakes in the Skardu District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Pakistan.
The lakes, at 2,500 metres (8,200 ft) in elevation, are Upper Kachura Lake and Lower Kachura Lake.
Dudiptsar Lake or Dudipat Lake is a lake encircled by snow clad peaks in Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park.
The lake lies in the extreme north of the Kaghan Valley
This is an amazing view of a tunnel and bridge over a river on the railway track from “Rohri to Quetta”.
This track passes through 20 tunnels and over 368 bridges.
It’s the longest Railway gradient of world, and most scenic Railway ride of Asia.
Maka was an important early eastern satrapy of Cyrus the Great, founder of the Achaemenid Empire.
Kalam Valley is known for its waterfalls, lakes and lush green hills, and is a 270 km drive from Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan.
Concordia Base Camp, Pakistan
This is the view from Concordia towards the valley of the Baltoro Glacier at dawn.
On the left [Paiju peaks], middle ,[Trango towers] & on the right [Grand Cathedra].
Rakaposhi is also known as Dumani [Mother of Mist]. It is situated in the Nagar valley.
The Karmabar Lake is almost 3 km long approx and it is 4300 meters above sea level. The flowers of autumns are worth seeing on this lake.
The east face of the Great Trango Tower features the world’s greatest nearly vertical drop. [aka Tallest vertical mountain of world]
Located in Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Pakistan. This is one of the most difficult mountains to climb.
Is this Great Wall of China?
No. It’s Wall of Sindh in Ranikot [3 hrs drive from Karachi].
It’s the part of one of the Largest Fort in World, Fort of Ranikot.
The erosions and shape of rock was caused by natural forces.
This is not Fox and Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand.
This is Biafo Glacier – which is a 63 km long glacier in the Karakoram Mountains, Pakistan meets the 49 km long Hispar Glacier
at an altitude of 5,128 m (16,824 feet) at Hispar La (Pass) to create the world’s longest glacial system outside the polar regions.
Passu Peaks, Hunza, Pakistan.
Mysterious mountains stand like a wall between Hunza river and valley.
In Pakistan there are more than 80 active mud volcanoes, all of them in Baluchistan province; there are about 10 locations
having clusters of mud volcanoes. In this region, the heights of mud volcanoes range between 800 to 1,550 feet
(243.8 to 472.4 m). The most famous is Chandaragup.
The epic Lake Saiful Muluk.
It is located at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley (34°52′37.34″N 73°41′37.71″E) near Naran, Pakistan.
The clarity of the water comes from the multiple glaciers all around the high basin which feed the lake.
Also known as Hunza Lake is a lake in the Hunza Valley of northern Pakistan.
The beautiful lake was formed due to a massive landslide at Attabad village in Gilgit-Baltistan, 9 miles (14 km) upstream (east)
of Karimabad that occurred on January 4, 2010. (wow a natural new lake!)
It got Mysterious Mud mountains, beautiful blue water Hingol river, desert and deep blue Arabian sea. [3.5 hrs drive from Karachi on Makran coastal highway]
Scenic Village Halmet, Neelum Valley, Pakistan.
Neelum Valley is definitely another hidden pearl of Pakistan. No other valley in Kashmir can compare this valley and even most of the Pakistanis know little about it and have little visited there.