If you haven’t visited any of the northern valleys of Pakistan, then take your Lahore to Islamabad flights if you are from Lahore to be a part of some stunning valleys. You can also make your flights from any of the bis’ cities to reach Islamabad first.
Then from there, you can easily plan your trip by road. The northern areas of Pakistan and the Azad Kashmir region are blessed with some of the most beautiful places in the world whose natural beauty cannot be described in words.
The unusually beautiful valleys of these areas are something that limits one spell. Below is a list of the top valleys of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir that you should visit in your lifetime.
The Hunza Valley is located north of the Hunza River, at an altitude of approximately 8,200 ft. Just 100 kilometres from Gilgit, Hunza is a small town on the Karakoram Highway. The central city of this valley is Karimabad which is also a trendy tourist destination due to the stunning scenery of the neighbouring mountains.
For example, Rakaposhi, Ultar Sar, Ghenta Peak, Hunza Peak, Passu Peak, Diran Peak and sublimation the Ladyfinger Peak, all 19,685 ft or higher.
Located 10 km from Nagar Khas, the Hoper Valley is a beautiful part of the Nagar Valley in Pakistan, filled with the famous high mountains including the Golden Peak, Rush Peak and Kapal Peak, along with magnificent glaciers, exotic lakes and pastures. The Bualter Glacier, also known as the Hoper Glacier, together with the Barpu Glacier enhances the elegance of the region, and Lake Rush serves as a year-round attraction for tourists.
Hoper offers a good view of the Ultra Peak as well as of the Barpu Glacier as the village is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, allowing guests to observe the daily activities taking place in the countryside. There is a total of five villages in the valley which are ideal destinations for tourists due to the beautiful landscape that includes peaks, glaciers as well as lakes including Golden Peak and Lake Rush.
Whenever you take pia special flights to Pakistan, do not skip Hoper valley if you are fond of nature.
Phandar Valley is located 38 miles from the Gupis Valley, in the Ghizer District of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. A winding road will lead you to this enchanting valley that runs through lush green fields and forests overlooking a flowing river and icy peaks. From crystal clear waters to deep blue lakes and rivers, the Phandar Valley has all the colours of nature’s beauty.
The first glance at this valley will eliminate travel fatigue and restore your energy thanks to its fascinating views. The calm deep blue waters of the Ghizer River and the lush green and golden fields surrounding it are breath-taking.
The weather in Phandar Valley is delightful between June and July, and it is the best time to visit this Valley as the beauty of this valley reaches its peak during these months. The days are beautiful and warm, and the nights a little chilly.
The people of Passu are known as “Wakhi” and speak the language of “Wakhi”, being Ismailis by religion. Passu is a small village that is part of Pakistani Valleys and is located on Karakoram Highway.
The town itself is close to the Chinese border, next to the Karakorum Range. Many people from Lahore take Lahore to Islamabad flights to further reach Passu valley by road from the capital of Pakistan. You can also do that for your convenience.
Chitral is the capital of the Chitral County. It is located west of the Kunar River, in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan, approximately 348 kilometres (216 miles) from Peshawar. Chitral is a place blessed with the beauty of nature. It is not only a valley with mountains and a river flowing through it but also a historic city to the east.
From icy mountain peaks and glaciers to waterfalls and forests, all the colours of nature’s beauty can be found in this region. The Chitral town bazaar offers all amenities, from banks, post offices to car rentals and touring accessories. There are many motels and restaurants in Chitral town. You can find a suitable motel according to your budget and needs.
The people of Chitral are very welcoming and cooperative. You can also take your PIA special flights to reach Chitral airport to visit this mesmerizing place
Naltar is 40 kilometres from Gilgit and can be reached by jeeps. Naltar is a wooded (pine) village known for its wild nature and stunning mountain scenery. Communication is now available thanks to the efforts of the Pakistan Army Signal Corps SCO. Within the framework of the Pakistani Ski Federation, there are ski lifts.
There is a Pakistani Air Force base camp in Naltar. Ski competitions are held in Naltar under the supervision of PAF. Naltar Bala and Naltar Pine are two villages in the Naltar Valley.
There are even more valleys in Pakistan, but we have covered the very best of them. You have to be there to experience and absorb the natural beauty what these valleys offer. You can take Lahore to Islamabad flights to reach Islamabad and from there plan your visit to any of these places for the best vacation.