7 Vacation Destinations in Pakistan that You Just Can’t Miss
Pakistan is a country that has been blessed with some of the most beautiful sights and mesmerizing architecture in the world. People from all over the world come to experience Pakistan’s unexplored beauty. If you have only travelled abroad, then you are missing some mind-blowing views of this gorgeous country. Here are Pakistan’s 7 must-visit vacation destinations that you simply cannot miss.
1. Shandur Top
Located in Chitral, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Shandur Top is said to be the highest polo ground in the world. This lush green landscape with glowing sun and frosty air is a sight to behold! Every July, the place holds a polo festival that is attended by people all over the world. The place is almost inaccessible during winters, so summer is the best time to visit Shandur Top.
The city of thirteen gates, Lahore is the place you need to visit if you are a history lover. From forts to mosques, parks to gardens, foods and everything in between is going to hit you like a dose of a fresh cup of tea! This city is a delightful mix of Mughal architecture and the remnants of the British Raj era. You will have a difficult time deciding what to see and what to leave if you are on a short visit.
3. Azad Kashmir
Azad Kashmir is the place that will pull you towards itself again and again. The entire city is a sight to behold in its glory, but Neelam Valley is the main attraction. Gushing rainbow streams, wet forests, brooks and mountains are only some of the wondrous sights you will find. The smells and visuals of the place are going to make you fall in love with Kashmir.
If you are into history, culture and civilization, then Harappa is your go-to place. Some 35 kilometers out of Sahiwal city, this is one of the most famous Indus Valley civilization archeological sites. The ruins will definitely take you by surprise and will make you not want to go back!
5. Khewra Salt Mines
Believed to be the second largest salt mine in the world, Khewra salt mine is going to send you into wondrous squeals of joy. The might and majesty of the place along with its maintenance is something that most people will highly appreciate.
Another city of the Northern regions of Pakistan, Gilgit is full of mountains, valleys, rivers, streams and lush green scenery. The best part about this place? Delicious fruits with marvelous colors and taste.
7. Hingol National Park
The largest national parks of Pakistan, Hingol lies on the Makran Coast of Baluchistan. There are about 65 species of amphibians, 185 species of birds, and 35 species of mammals in this park. The magnitude of the place is bound to be surprising.
So, which one of these vacation destinations do you plan to check out? Tell us all about it in the comments section.