Indeed Pakistan has some unreal beauty ranging from incredible landscapes to unusual plateau. Every corner of its canvas is splashed with beautiful colours offering spectacular scenes of valleys, mountain peaks and lush green forests.

K2 Mountain Range

K2 is an incredibly magnificent force of nature. Being the second-highest mountain in the world, it has attracted a lot of mountain climbers to reach its peak which has resulted in increasing fatality rate, and this is the reason, it is also called as the ‘Savage Mountain.’ Despite its unpredictable weather and excruciating events, it still appeals many climbers from all over the world.

Trango Tower

The Trango tower, located in the Baltoro Glacier region present in the Gilgit-Baltistan territory, is sheer beauty and it lefts no reason to not praise the mother nature. It is one of the gorgeous verticle alpine climbs in the world. It appeals many alpine climbers from all over the world despite its nearly impossible slope to reach the top.

Deosai Plains

Located in Baltistan region, one of the highest plateaus in the world is pure beauty. It is even given magical names, such as ‘fairyland,’ and this is because it has one of the richest biodiversity, in the form of flora and fauna, in the entire world. The place is even magical in summers when wildflowers colour the canvas of the awe-inspiring place.

Ansoo Lake

As the name suggests, Ansoo Lake, located in Kaghan Valley, is exactly a tear-shaped lake. Though the trek is difficult to pass, the one who passes is certainly stunned by the majestic beauty of this unreal place.

Saif-ul-Malook

Saif-ul-Mulook is a crystal clear lake engulfed in glaciers. It is one of the most-visited destination, attracting people from all over the globe. It is believed to have fairies living in the glaciers that surround it and is the backdrop against which the famous tale of the prince of Egypt, Saif-ul-Malook, and the fairy queen, Badi-ul-Jamal, took place.

Attabad Lake

Attabad Lake is a gorgeous destination featuring Azure Blue waters surrounded by mountainous terrain of the Hunza Valley. Its creation is engulfed in tragedy and loss due to a landslide that drowned an entire village by the name of Gojal Village.

Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley seems like a coloured canvas splashed with bright, vibrant colours. An ideal place to meditate and relax your mind by the water. Neelum Valley is wrapped in lush green hills, dense forests, glorious waterfalls and freshwater streams that sparkle under the sun.

 

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