Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

No list would be complete without Pakistan when we talk about beautiful places worldwide. Pakistan is a diverse boy with the most beautiful regions in the world. From dazzling lakes to mountains, from archaeological sites to luxurious cities. Pakistan has a lot to offer the tourism world.

Become the most popular and travel-friendly country in the world. It has the most beautiful places, especially in the northern part of Pakistan. Pakistan is known for its breathtaking beauty, high mountains, lush green valleys, vast rivers, beautiful lakes, and wildlife. Pakistan has extraordinary landscapes.

Here, we have listed the top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan that you must visit and enjoy its enchanting beauty.

Mastuj

First and foremost on the list is Mastuj in Chitral, famous for its enchanting beauty. It is located in the middle of the upper and lower Chitral. The Mastuj people are agricultural and produce a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. The main goal of Mastuj Valley Chitral is to promote the city’s beauty. 

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Mastuj Lake

It is a town in the Chitral Hopper district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. There is a famous river in this city called the Mustuj River. The Kunhar River is about 80 kilometers long and is located in northern Pakistan. Mastuj Tehsil Upper Chitral has many beautiful walks that attract domestic and foreign tourists to enjoy the natural beauty in a clean and peaceful environment. About 85% of young people have completed their studies and are enrolled in various colleges and universities in Pakistan. People are amiable and respectful. 

Laspur

Next on the list of hidden beauties of Pakistan is Laspur, which is unheard of by most tourists. It is an administrative unit and union council of Chitral District KPK. Additionally, the district of Chitral is divided into two tehsils and 24 union councils. 

Laspur Valley is unique in its natural environment and traditions. Mainly for the people for their bravery in being part of the war and freedom fight, truthfulness, and hospitality.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Laspur

Geographically, it reaches from Kona to Sor-Laspur, including eight villages (Gasht, Shahi-Daas, Raman, Herchin, Brok, Phort, Balim, and Sor Laspur).

Furthermore, its unique traditions like dancing, folk music, traditional dressing, and traditional dishes are almost unique. Tourists are attracted to Laspur Valley for its natural environment, beautiful houses, hotels, and camping sites, and they enjoy the famous game of Polo here. However, Shandur Lake and Shandur ground nearby serve as grazing grounds for Laspur Valley.

Phander Valley

Phander is located in Gilgit-Baltistan. As the locals know, the valley is called Phander because “Phan” means palm in the local Khowar language, and the place is as flat as a palm, hence the name Phander. This place is a tourist attraction. This small valley has four lakes; the largest is Bandar Lake. Phander is one of the few places where the Gilgit River splits into several lines as it enters the valley and rejoins as it leaves the valley.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Phander Valley

Bashu Valley

The word basho means “optimistic”,”cheerful”, “happy”. Bashu can be called Bachu, a little stranger. Bachu or Bashu, the area related to present-day Chongqing and Siachcan, got its name from the ancient Chinese Bashu kingdoms that ruled Bashu during the Shang and Zhou dynasties, also known as ancient Sichuan, the extinct Sinite people. Chinese) the language used by the Sichuanese. Bashu Middle School, located in Yuzhong District, Chongqing, China

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Bashu Valley

 

Mangla 

The name Mangla comes from the name of a town located in the Mirpur district of Jammu and Kashmir. The city is situated to the west of the foothills of Mangla Fort. It is surrounded on three sides by the Jhelum River, which flows from north to south.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Mangla

Mangla is the historic site of Mangla Fort. The fort is located on a high hill overlooking the Jhelum River, which separates the Mirpur district from Jhelum. Part of the Mangla Fort was destroyed during the construction of the Mangla Dam, but a large amount of it still exists and is used as a place for public entertainment.

Peshawar

Peshawar is the capital and 6th largest city of Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. Above all, it was once known as the City of Flowers,  due to the many gardens built during the Mughal era in the 16th and 17th centuries. It is the largest city in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and a relatively prosperous city. It is also the cultural and economic center of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Peshawar

The city is known for its food and tourism as it is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan, dating back to 539 BC.  Sir Cunningham Clock Tower is the most famous and one of the oldest landmarks in Peshawar. Peshawar is the most beautiful city in Pakistan; once called the city of flowers, the top tourist sites of Peshawar are:

  • Sethi House
  • Chowk Yadgar
  • Muhabbat Khan Mosque
  • Peshawar Museum 
  • Bab e Khyber

Mohenjo Daro

Next on the list is the Mohenjo Daro. Mohenjo Daro means “mound(hill)l of the dead.” The site’s archaeological significance was first recognized in 1922, a year after Harappa was discovered. Following excavations showed that the mounds possessed the remains of what was once the largest city of the Indus civilization.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Mohenjo Daro

The Harappan civilization, the fourth largest civilization in the world after Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China, flourished in the Indus Valley three thousand years ago. Little is known about it, but a vast city, Mohenjodaro, survived. This was only partially excavated and yielded only fragments of information that provided the basis for some fancy theories. The authors of this paper have developed an interesting new method. Through a re-examination of documents accumulated over the past 50 years and an investigation of royal remains, he has come up with some exciting results that have shed new light on the city’s planning, architecture, and general development over the years. Thereby providing a new understanding of the Harappan civilization itself.

Ayun

Ayun District is the city of Chitral. It is located at the confluence of the Bainbrett River, 12 kilometers south of the town. There are no words to describe the privilege of the mountains surrounding the city. Bambir Valley is one of the three Kalash Valleys after the Ayun Valley.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Ayun valley

Bamburet is about a two-hour adventure from Chitral. Moreover, the neighboring valley Bumburet is also a pleasant valley with many plants and mountains that give a sense of calm and seclusion.

Drosh

Drosh, also known as Dros in Khwar, is a town in the Chitral district of Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. It was formerly a city in Badakhshan province, Afghanistan. The Drosh-Jalalabad highway, including marine traffic along the Kunhar River, is part of the leading trade route from India to Kabul. Drosh is built on the banks of two rivers above farmland. The land is fertile. Drosh is one of the densely populated areas of Chitral.

Top 10 Hidden Beauties of Pakistan

Hidden Beauties of Pakistan: Drosh

However, administratively, it is divided into five union councils: UC sheshekoh valley, UC Drosh 1, UC Drosh 2, UC Ashurat, and UC Arando. 

 

Saba Ghani
Saba Ghani

Since 2017, Saba Ghani has been the chief content writer for Pakistan Tour and Travel & EMHI Solutions. You can catch her at sabaghani80@gmail.com or Twitter

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