Every year, more than 907,000 people visit Pakistan and stun themselves with the breathtaking tourist places in….

Every year, more than 907,000 people visit Pakistan and stun themselves with the breathtaking tourist places in Pakistan. No doubt, this land of 4 seasons is abundant with scenic sites which have been visited the whole year. Let’s take a look of these extra-ordinary tourist spots.


A hill tract of nearly 50–80 km at north-east of Islamabad extending between Murree and Abbottabad. Every year millions of Pakistani, as well as foreigners, come to this alluring place to release stress. Nature heals you here with the soft breeze, rains, green trees, fruity roadsides, naughty monkeys, green lands, hilltop views, green tracks to walk on clouds and most of all amazing weather.


Photo by Sannan Dogar

Tourist Attractions of Galiyat

  • Bara Gali
  • Changa Gali
  • Kooza Gali
  • Donga Gali
  • Jhika Gali
  • Ghora Gali
  • Khaira Gali
  • Nathia Gali
  • Ayubia
  • Khanspur
  • Thandiani
  • Toheedabad
  • Dagri Naka

And the most prominent name “MURREE”.



Photo by Khalid Shah

Northern areas of Pakistan experience an influx of tourists throughout the year and the most appealing hill station here is known as Shogran. An incredible green plateau lying at the height of 7,749 Feet above sea level. Pine Park hotel is simply worth seeing and living if you are in planning a tour to Shogran. Shogran owns a beautiful place known as Siri Paye. In the local language, the word “Siri” means a small lake while “Paye” means high grazing ground. From Shogran, you can ride on the jeep to travel to Siri Paye and Makra Top.

Tourist Attractions of Shogran

  • Payee Lake
  • Siri Lake
  • Makra Top
  • Musa Ka Musala

Kaghan Valley

Kaghan Valley

Photo by Saffy H

In the heart of Mansehra district, lies an alpine climate valley is known as Kaghan. The valley is among the most scenic places in Pakistan. Every year several tourists visit this valley and enjoy the natural environment away from the polluted city life. River Kunhar flows throughout the valley and spread its magic of peace and pleasure. Nearby places of Kaghan valley include:

  • Saif-ul-Malook Lake
  • Lalazar
  • Babusar Top
  • Noori Valley
  • Purbi Valley

Babusar Pass

Babusar Pass

Photo by Shehzaad Maroof

In the north of Naran, lies the highest point of Kaghan valley where you can amaze your eyes with the scenic view of Kaghan and exceptional weather. It’s truly amazing Babusar Pass which is 13690 feet above from sea level. Surrounded by snowy peaks, especially the breathtaking Babusar Top makes this pass one of the most ideal tourist places in Pakistan.

Attractions of Babusar Top

  • Babusar Top
  • Trek to Lulusar Lake
  • Chilas f

Swat Valley

Swat Valley

Photo by Wolfgang Gressmann

A Switzerland of Pakistan is a river valley where tourists come and stun themselves by the magic of nature. Nature plays Peek a boo here with amazing forest area, fascinating riverside, alluring lakes and much more. Floods deeply affected the beauty of this area, but still is amazing like always. Some of the visiting points include:

  • White Palace
  • Swat Museum
  • Malam Jaba
  • Madyan
  • Bahrain
  • Kalam
  • Ushu Valley
  • Utrot Valley

Neelam Valley

Neelum Valley

Photo by Muzaffar Bukhari

A stunning bow shaped valley lies in Azad Kashmir has heavenly beauty. Kashmir is considered a trailer of Heaven. The track of this valley is filled with lush green mountains, forests, green river water flows throughout the way, splashing rocks and milky waterfalls always refreshes your soul.

Important Visiting Spots Are:

  • Keiran
  • Sharda Valley
  • Tehijah
  • Upper Neelam
  • Rati Gali
  • Arang Kel
  • Taobut



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The Area of Outstanding Beauty is located at the western side of River Chitral in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Chitral has eye-catching lakes, rivers, valleys, waterfalls and a lot more to enjoy. Important visiting points in Chitral are:

  • Garam Chashma
  • Birir or Kalash Valley
  • Buni Village
  • Rambur
  • Bomboret Village
  • Shandur Top

Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley

Photo by Shehzaad Maroof

Among the most visited valleys by the tourists, one is the Hunza Valley. It is known for its spectacular beauty and the peaceful environment. The natives of this valley are friendly, helpful, and are known for their hospitality. The natural beauty can be seen all over the valley. The mountains covered with the snow and the colorful flowers catch the tourist’s eye. Hunza is also famous for its Ruby mines, from where the precious stones are brought to the market.

Attractions of Hunza Valley

  • Rakaposhi View
  • Aliabad Village
  • Karimabad Village
  • Altit Fort:
  • Baltit Fort
  • Attabad Lake
  • Hunza Lake
  • Sost
  • Passu Cones
  • Khunjerab Top (China Border)


Hanna Lake, Quetta

Photo by Saffy H

The capital of Balochistan is the Quetta and the meaning of Quetta is “Fort”. The highest Asia’s Railway station Kan Mehtarzai is the two-hour drive away from Quetta. There are too many fascinating valleys in Quetta. The commercial and the main center of Quetta is Jinnah Road, where the different restaurants, hotels, and banks are located, which attract the tourists.

Attractions of Quetta

  • Pishin Valley
  • HannaLake
  • Ziarat
  • Quetta Bazaar
  • Urak Valley
  • Recreational Parks
  • Hazarganji Chiltan National Park
  • Museum of Quetta



Photo by Junaid Haq

Tharparkar is the desert part located in Sindh is the only fertile desert in this world. Tharparkar means “to cross over”. This is only Pakistan’s district having a large number of Hindus than the Muslims. The lifestyle and the beauty of Tharparkar had been the attraction of many great poets like Shah Abdul Latif Bhatti. The simplicity, the culture and the colors of Tharparkar would mesmerize any tourist.

Attractions of Tharparkar

  • Nagar Parkar
  • Jain Temples
  • Mithi
  • Naukot Fort
  • Karoonjhar  Hills
  • Gaddi Bhit
  • Thari Village



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Rawalakot is the capital of Kashmir, which is known as “Heaven on Earth”. Everybody is aware of the enchanting beauty of Kashmir, and Rawalakot is it’s one of the most beautiful valleys. It has an erratic climate.

Attractions of Rawalakot

  • Poonch River
  • Thatia Pani
  • Banjosa Lake


Taxila ruins

Photo by Sasha Isachenko

Taxila is the capital of eastern Punjab and has always been the focal point of attractions all over the world due to the various examples of Buddhist, Hindus, and the Hindu cultures. Taxila Museum is the most famous attraction of this city which depicts a number of ancient facts.



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Muzaffarabad is famous for its breathtaking beauty. It is the capital of Azad Kashmir which is located at the junction of Jhelum River and Neelum River. It is the blend of different languages and cultures with the combinations of new buildings and old monuments. The landscapes of this valley would make you imagine the beauty of heaven.

Attractions of Muzaffarabad

  • Pir Chanassi
  • Shaheed Gale
  • Red Fort


Tomb of Quaid

Photo by Hassaan.Naveed

The Tomb of the nation’s father Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the best attraction of Karachi. This tomb is named as Mazar-e-Quaid. The structure is made of beautiful white marble and copper. It grounds the graves of Liaquat Ali Khan and Sister of Jinnah, Fatima Jinnah. The tomb has been constructed so beautifully that people come by to enjoy the time in the green and the lightened park beside it.


Moenjo Daro

Photo by Hakim Jans

Located at the southern portion of the country, Mohenjo Daro was discovered in 1922 and was found to be a very prosperous city which was destroyed by the river course. Mohenjo Daro had experienced the transition from the stone-age to the Bronze-age. People come and visit this place and get attracted by the ancient cultures of the people who lived here.

If you are planning your tour for this Summer, there are so many choices regarding tourist places in Pakistan. Enjoy your journey to Pakistan with its outstanding natural beauty.

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