Fascinating tourism destinations in Pakistan to visit during summer


Matthias Samuel

Pakistan has undeniably very long summers, and the winter spell hardly lasts for three to four months. The country witnesses heat and humidity which is very stressful for a lot of people. If one wants to beat the heat of summers in Pakistan, he should simply pack his bags and plan a remarkable trip to the coolest places of Pakistan. The country is full of breath-taking sites.

Here are tourism destinations which you would want to visit to make your summer 2019 much more adventurous and unforgettable;

Neelum valley, Azad Kashmir

Neelum Valley is situated to the North East of Muzaffarabad. Running parallel to the Kaghan Valley, it is separated from it by snow covered peaks, some over 4000 meters above sea level. Neelum valley is one of the most beautiful places to visit during summers. It has green mountains, freshwater streams, forests and a river.

Swat valley

Even though swat, a district in Malakand Division of Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, has been through tragedies, it has captured many hearts around the world. It is renowned for its natural beauty. Swat is known as the “mini Switzerland of Pakistan” as it offers a lot of places for tourists to visit such as Mahodand valley and lake, Ushu forest, Kallam valley and many more.

Kalash valley

It is one of the must visited places in Pakistan. Its history goes back to the Greek civilization. The houses there are made with rough shaped logs, and the people have their own religion cultural values and beliefs.

Hushe valley

It takes 4 hours via jeep to reach Hushe Valley from Skardu. You will get to see some of the most beautiful sceneries in the world, on your way to Hushe Valley. The Ghursay Mountains looks absolutely stunning from the Sailing Bridge in Khaplu. It is an ultimate adventure camping site in Pakistan.

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