Current Date:January 20, 2021
Pakistan named no 1 travel destination for 2020

Pakistan named no 1 travel destination for 2020

Pakistan was on Saturday named the top holiday destinations for the travelers for the year of 2020 by the United State-based luxury and lifestyle publication Conde Nast Traveler.

Natural beauty is unmatched. Pakistan has the world’s most beautiful and peaceful places to visit, especially Pakistan’s northern areas and Kashmir regions. These northern visiting places are very famous all around the world because of green valleys, High mountains, Natural waterfalls, huge rivers, attractive lakes, and wonderful wildlife.

There are countless adorable places in Pakistan but we’ll discuss some top visiting places of northern areas of Pakistan here. The top visiting places of Pakistan are the following.

1. Skardu

Pakistan named no 1 travel destination for 2020 

Skardu a charming valley with high mountains, blue water, is situated at an altitude of over 7300 feet in Pakistan’s northern Gilgit Baltistan region. The beauty of this valley is increased by its fresh spring water, high mountains, delicious fruits, blue water of Indus river, lakes, historical places and pleasant weather which really attracts the tourists around the world. There are some beautiful places in Skardu you must visit whenever you visit the Skardu. Read More

  1. Skardu Fort
  2. Khaplu Valley
  3. Kachura Lake
  4. Shangrila Lake
  5. Satpara Lake
  6. Shighar Fort
  7. DEOSAI
  8. Sheosar Lake
  9. Katpana Lake
  10. Basho Valley

2. Kalash Valley

Pakistan named no 1 travel destination for 2020

The Kalash valleys are valley in the district of Chitral in northern Pakistan. The Kalash are only pagan minority residing in the district of Chitral in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. People of Kalash have white-colored skin brown hair and blue eyes. The kalasha’s usually live in the three valleys of Chitral Rumber, brumbies, and Birir. Rumber and Brumbret have the same type of culture and Birir have a pure old and different culture. The Kalashas are polythetic believe in 12 Gods. The language of Kalash is a Kalasha and Dardic language this language is spoken by few people and this language is endangered according to UNESCO. Let’s discuss the best places to visit in Kalash valley.

  • Tirich Mir
  • Chitral Museum
  • Shahi Masjid
  • Shahi Qila
  • Gram Chashma
  • Barmoghlasht
  • Ayun Valley
  • Shandur Polo Ground
  • Kalash Valley
  • Koghazi and Goleen

3. Hunza Valley

Pakistan named no 1 travel destination for 2020

Hunza valley is situated in the northern part of the Gilgit Baltistan region of Pakistan, bordering with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the west and northeast to the Xinjiang region of China. Hunza valley is home to liberal, hospitable and helpful people. Snuggle in Karakoram Mountain Range, Hunza encompasses many beautiful and stunning villages. Hunza is full of natural beauty like orchards, glaciers, rivers, Wooden bridges, and meadows hit by rugged and snowfall mountains. Let’s discuss the best places to visit in Hunza valley.

  • Rakaposhi Peak
  • Karimabad
  • Altit Fort
  • Baltit Fort
  • Attabad Lake
  • Rush Lake
  • Sost Border
  • Submit Gulmit
  • Eagle Nest Duiker
  • Borith Lake
4. Phandar Valley, Ghizer

Phandar valley, ghizer is situated between the world’s greatest mountain ranges, namely the Karakorum and Hindukush. The highest ghizer peak is the district “Koyo Zom” which lies on the boundary between Chitral and Ghizer District.

The spectacular view of Phandar valley, Ghizer is familiar for its colorful waters and dotted forests. The scenes are so dramatic and so is the atmosphere. The first sight of this beautiful valley will remove your all travel tiredness and re-energized you again with full of excitement to explore all the valley.

Pakistan Has many beautiful places to visit. We can’t discuss all at once. We’ll publish more articles to guide travelers. Thanks for reading! We have a travel agency, If you want to plan a private trip you can contact us for estimation and other guidance. for more information please visit www.facebook.com/traveltalespk.

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