Most Stunning Lakes In Pakistan
The northern regions of Pakistan are full of breathtaking scenery. In addition to the beautiful valleys, the country has several beautiful lakes that most people are not even aware of. Hitch A Hike provides best and cheap Tour Packages In Lahore. Book your trip with us or Customized your trip to the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan, which you should visit once in your life.
Lake Attabad, Gilgit-Baltistan
Lake Attabad is located in a small town in the Hunza Valley, Gilgit Baltistan. It appeared as a result of a huge landslide, blocking the Hunza River in 2010. It has become the tourist center and today, thousands of visitors from different parts of the country as well as international tourists cross the border to visit this lake.
Lake Banjosa, Azad Kashmir
Lake Banjosa is artificially produced and has become one of the most famous tourist attractions near Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir. It is located 6400 m above sea level. The view of Lake Banjosa is so refreshing, surrounded by green hills, a pine forest that even makes it charming and romantic.
Lake Saiful Muluk, Naran Kaghan Valley
Lake Saiful Muluk is at the top of Pakistan’s list of beautiful lakes. It is located north of the Kaghan Valley, at an altitude of 10,578 feet. There is a famous story associated with the story of a Persian prince who fell in love with the fairy of the lake. The lake is so beautiful that people believe that fairies could go down to the lake during the full moon.
Lake Ratti Gali, Azad Kashmir
Ratti Galli Lake is more charming than anyone can imagine. It is located 12,130 feet above sea level. The path to this lake is quite adventurous. It is one of the largest lakes in Pakistan. The massive glaciers are located around Ratti Galli Lake, which is the lake’s main source of fresh water. This lake is only accessible between June and October, as the Dowarian access road is closed for most of the year due to heavy snowfall.
Satpara Lake, Skardu
Satpara Lake is a natural lake located north of Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan. It is located 250 meters above sea level. To reach Satpara Lake, it takes a 20-minute jeep ride from Skardu. The crystal clear water represents a magnificent and breathtaking view for tourists reflecting the image of the icy mountains around the lake. Motorboat, fishing and rowing can be done at Satpara Lake.
Kachura Lake / Shangrila, Skardu
Kachura Lake represents two lakes; Upper Kachura and Lower Kachura in the Skardu area of Gilgit – Baltistan. Located 200 meters above sea level, it was later named Lake Shangrila due to the presence of a tourist complex located on the outskirts of the city of Skardu, the Shangrilla Resort.
Shangrila was named after a book written by James Hilton, Lost Horizon. It is a Tibetan word meaning “paradise on earth.” The beauty of the upper lake of Kachura has generally not been revealed by visitors due to the lack of infrastructure and rugged terrain. Lower Kachura is a popular tourist destination. It also has a unique restaurant built on the main body of the plane that had already crashed in a nearby town.
Lake Sheosar, Gilgit-Baltistan
Lake Sheosar is located on the Deosai Plateau in Gilgit-Baltistan. The Plains of Deosai are without a doubt one of the most beautiful places on the planet. The tray is often called the flower bed because it is full of beautiful and colorful types of disciples.
The lake has an approximate length of 2.3 km, a width of 1.8 km and a depth of 40 m. It is located at an altitude of 13,589 feet. Lake Sheosar is accessible by two routes: Astore District and Skardu District. Visitors come to visit the lake mainly in summer (June to September), as the area is completely snowy in winter.
Lake Lulusar, Mansehra
Lake Lulusar is located 11,000 feet above sea level, unaffected by pollution on the Mansehra-Naran Jalkhad road. It is the main source of the Kunhar River with a baby lake next door. Lake Lulusar is one of the most popular tourist destinations due to its reflective water and Russian birds flying over the lake. The beautiful image of glaciers on unpolluted water leaves refreshing and enchanting effects on tourists.
Ansoo Lake, Mansehra
Ansoo Lake is located in the Kaghan Valley in Manshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is located 13,537 feet above sea level and is considered one of the world’s unique lakes. The lake was named “Ansoo” because of its drop-shaped shape. There is no adequate space near the lake, people camp mainly at the top of the mountains during their stay at Ansoo Lake.
Now limit your thinking and focus only on the exciting packages organized by Neelum Valley in 2018, as Pakistan is fortunate to have several breathtaking tourist attractions around the world. A number of places in Pakistan completely mesmerize visitors; the country is home to many beautiful lakes.
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