With Eid ul Fitr being just around the corner, people all over Pakistan are busy making plans to make the most out of this event which is a gift from the Almighty for keeping obligatory fasts and practising various important
With Eid ul Fitr being just around the corner, people all over Pakistan are busy making plans to make the most out of this event which is a gift from the Almighty for keeping obligatory fasts and practising various important virtues including patience and abstinence.
Apart from shopping for the perfect apparel with matching fashion accessories to flaunt their style, people are also busy making travel plans so that they can enjoy the long holidays by visiting a tourist destination. Apart from almost week-long holidays to motivate people to make travel plans, the crazy discounts that are being offered by Jovago Pakistan, which is the largest online hotel booking website in the country, serves as the cherry on the cake.
To help you create some wonderful memories on Eid ul Fitr by going on a travel voyage to explore the natural beauty of the country, Jovago Pakistan brings you a list of 5 places that are a must visit on this bountiful occasion.
Located at an approximate distance of 34 kilometres from Balakot, the majestic hill station of Shogran is perched on a green plateau in the stunning Kaghan valley. With relatively low temperatures during the summer season, Shogran offers picturesque views to travellers that will leave them mesmerised including Siri Paye and Makra peak.
The beautiful Swat district in the province of KPK is home to Bahrain which is a hill station. The place gets its name from the confluence of the Daral and Swat rivers on which it is located. Natural waterfalls, local handicraft and riverside tourist resorts in Bahrain will certainly leave you enchanted.
Considered to be the land of pastures, the Astore Valley is located on the eastern side of Nanga Parbat. It is approximately 120 km long and has moderate weather during the summer season. With profound diversity found in its landscape, Astore valley will certainly leave you bewitched with its various scenic views including Kala Pani Valley and Rama Valley. The widely stretched apples, apricot and cherry trees will make you fall in love with this valley of Gilgit-Baltistan region.
The most visited hill station in the country is located in the Rawalpindi district. Its high altitude gets it the name of “Queen of Mountains”. Murree is brimming with tourists throughout the year because of its diverse scenic views including Patriata, Kashmir point etc.
Basically, a forested village known for its wildlife and magnificent mountain scenery, Naltar Valley is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region at an approximate distance of 40km from Gilgit. Popular attractions of Naltar Valley include 3 stunning Naltar lakes, widely stretched pine forests and skiing chairlifts.
Visit these destinations and make the most out of your Eid holidays by exploring these beautiful tourist spots. Do not forget to share your feedback with us in the comments section below.