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The magnificent Swat Valley popularly known as the Switzerland of Pakistan, is situated in north of Peshawar. In ancient times Swat had 1400 monasteries & it is said that Buddah himself visited Swat for preaching peace & love. Its old name was Udyana (Land of Gardens).


The mountainous Hunza Valley is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan and has some of the most beautiful landscapes and places of interest. The famous Hunza Valley is often referred to as paradise on earth. The Hunza Valley in northern Pakistan remains one of the most peaceful and popular destinations for foreign tourists from around the world.


In the extreme north of Pakistan, Skardu the central valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, is an epitome of beauty, serenity and wilderness. Paths to some of the world’s highest mountains that includes K2, K3, and Gasherbrum; all are connected through this valley.


Chitral is famous for its natural beauty, the simplicity of its residents and its unique culture.The landscape of Chitral is extremely mysterious, with its steep harsh mountains, lush green valleys, beautiful pastures and big glaciers.

Neelum Valley:

The most beautiful spot in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan is Neelum Valley, which is located about hundred km from Muzaffarabad City. Beautiful landscape is created by snow-capped mountains throughout the winter months. The weather is fantastic in the summer. You will always remember this site if you had the opportunity to see it.

Naran Valley:

Naran Valley, also called Naran Kaghan, is a popular tourist destination. The medium-sized town of Naran is located in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtun Khwa province in the upper Kaghan Valley. This is one of Pakistan's most picturesque regions in the north, perched 2500 metres above sea level.

Kumrat Valley:

Kumrat is a valley in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province's Upper Dir District, is truly a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. It is among Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's most visited tourist destinations.

Phander Valley:

Phander Valley, nestled in Gilgit-Baltistan's Ghizer District, captivates visitors with its natural allure. Situated northwest of Gilgit City, it offers cozy lodging along the Gilgit-Chital road. Known as "Little Kashmir," its stunning landscapes, lush farms, azure lakes, and meandering river, famed for trout, enchant all who visit. Orchards and verdant fields line the Gilgit River's path, providing a serene atmosphere. The region boasts four sizable lakes, with Phander Lake as the largest.

Fairy Meadows Valley:

Fairy Meadows is a treat for nature lovers, photographers, trekkers, and people who seek peace. Fairy Meadows is called as “Heaven on Earth”. A grassland next to one of the Nanga Parbat base camp locations, Fairy Meadows (German: Märchenwiese, "fairy tale meadows") is called by German climbers and locally referred to as Joot. It is situated in the Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The heart of Gilgit Baltistan is Fairy Meadows.

Sharan Valley:

Sharan Valley is one of the most beautiful unspoilt jewels of the Kaghan Valley, situated at an altitude of 7872 ft. It is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places where you can spend time with nature. The KPK government has constructed wooden huts and camp pods to make the area more accessible for tourists; however, it has not been overly commercialized, preserving its pristine charm.

Shogran Valley:

Shogran is one of Pakistan's most popular hill stations and tourist attractions. Shogran Valley is situated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan, which is home to the well-known Kaghan Valley. Around 7,749 feet rise above sea level is Shogran's elevation. It is located 34 kilometers (21 mi) away from Balakot. You’ll find the reflection of fairy meadows in the expanse of Siri Paye.

Murree and Nathia Gali:

Murree and Nathia Gali, located in Pakistan's Abbottabad District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, are both popular hill stations. Nathia Gali, charmingly nestled amidst the Galyat range, is approximately 20 km from Abbottabad and 32 km from Murree.Known as the "King of Tourism" in Pakistan, Murree, situated about 65 km from Islamabad, is the largest summer resort in the country, offering a blend of modern amenities and natural beauty.