In Pakistan the best season for tourism is in summer. Because there are summer vacations and people
Mostly visit higher elevated places in summer. The place where people mostly go is Murree. Its height is
7517 feet. Distance from Islamabad to Murree is 64km.In Murree the place where the heavy crowd
Be found is Mall Road. There are different restaurants and shops over there. Murree is also called
Malka e kohsar. Population of Neelum valley is 191000.
There are also other places in Pakistan where people go like there are different shrines like golrha
Sharif; Bari imam etc. Now many overseas Sikh pilgrimage are visiting kartarpur which is now opened .
There are some places in Pakistan which are called national heritage like bad Shahi mosque which is in
Lahore, Faisal Mosque which is in Islamabad. Tomb of Mughal emperor Jehangir which is in Lahore and
Also, shahi fort. The tourism towards northern areas of Pakistan is also very famous now, because of
Latest development over there like in Azad Kashmir people mostly go towards Neelum valley.
Distance from Muzaffarabad to Neelum valley is 102 km. there are places like keran,sharda,athmuqam,
Kutton, Arrangkel,rattigali,baboon valley.patlyan lake.naran kaghan.hunza.skardu. First, we will talk about keran
Keran is basically a village in Neelum valley. Distance from Muzaffarabad to keran is 93 km.
Height of Keran is 5000 feet. For tourists there are some resorts and hotels like green village
Resort.Keran resort. Midway Lodges. Paradise hotel keran.
Sharda is a small Tehsil in Neelum Valley. Height of Sharda is 6499 ft. Distance from Sharda to Neelum
Valley is 221km.For tourists there are some hotels like Sharda highland hotel. Neelum Star River Guest
House. Neelum Valley hotels. You can have a jetski Ride there.
Athmuqam is basically a tehsil in Neelum valley. Height of athmuqam is 4720 ft.
Distance from Muzaffarabad to Athmuqam is 79km.There is a market in athmuqam.There are some
Restaurants like Dera Shamim restaurant.AL Haram restaurant and Nihari House.
Kutton is Basically a village in Neelum valley.Height of Kutton is 4800 ft.Distance from Muzaffarbad
To Kutton is 85km.Hotels in Kutton are Kutton/Jagran Resort.Jagran Resort.
Kel is a village in Neelum valley. Height of Arrangkel is 8379 ft. Things for tourists is hiking there
Skating in water. Hotels in Arrangkel are State continental hotel. Wanderlust chapter 1.
Elysium Inn Guest House. Heaven In Hills.
Ratti Galli Lake:
Ratti Galli Lake is an mountainous Icy Lake which is located in Neelum valley Ajk.
It is located at an altitude of 12083 ft. The Lake is nourished by the nearby glacier waters
Of the mountains. Distance from Muzaffarabad to Ratti Galli is 75km.
Baboon top Neelum valley is located at an elevation of 12700 ft from sea level at an upper side
Of Jagran valley. The baboon valley height make it lush green and un touched valley. The road ahead
Of Kutton waterfall leads to it and jeeps can reach there in 3 hours from kundal shahi or keran side.
It is a perfect place for nature lovers. Road towards baboon valley is not good as compared to other
Areas of Neelum valley. Distance from baboon valley Through Jagran side is 98 km.Hiking time to reach
Baboon village to kunian village is 2.5 hrs.
Patliyan lake is very well-known lake located in Neelum valley. Height of Patliyan lake is 12960
Feet above sea level. Its just like heaven on earth. You can visit anytime its open whole year.
Time taken to reach Patliyan lake is 45 minutes hiking from its base camp. You can reach base camp
Through jeeps and it will take you 3 hours from lawat .We recommend if you want to see its wonderful
Views going through a bike will be best for you. It is one of the most attractive lakes of Azad Jammu and
Due to its favorable weather throughout the summer months, Naran Kaghan is a popular tourist
attraction, and each year hundreds of visitors swarm to the valley to explore it. Additionally, it serves as
the entrance to Summer Gilgit Hunza via Babusar Pass. In the summer, hotels and eateries advertise
their services in the bustling Naran Bazaar. The government anticipates 5 million visitors to the valley in
2020.The climate of Naran is humid continental.Summers see a lot of rain,and winters see a lot of snow.
With trees and meadows predominating the terrain, the area has an alpine geography and temperature.
Cloudy weather pervades the entire year, on average. Wintertime temperatures are frequently below 0
°C with significant snowfall. Summertime temperatures rarely rise beyond 15 °C, and there is frequent
rains. The summer season in Naran is still active, starting earlier, and tourism is continuing into the late
fall. Narans yearly average temperature is 10.1 °C.
The predominant religions in the region were Buddhism and, to a lesser extent, Bon. Numerous
Buddhist archaeological sites still exist in the area, including the Sacred Rock of Hunza. There used to be
Buddhist shelters close by. The Hunza Valley played a crucial role as a trade route connecting Central
Asia and the subcontinent. Additionally, it offered safety to Buddhist missionaries and monks travelling
to the subcontinent, and the area was crucial in spreading Buddhism throughout Asia.
Before Islam arrived in this area in the 15th century, the majority religion in the area was Buddhism.
Since then, the majority of the populace has embraced Islam.Hunza used to be a princely state that
bordered Xinjiang (an autonomous province of China) to the northeast and the Pamir to the northwest.
It lasted until Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto ultimately disbanded it in 1974. The state shared borders with the
former princely state of Nagar to the east and the Gilgit Agency to the south. Baltit, formerly known as
Karimabad, served as the state capital. Ganish Village, which translates to Baba Ganesh village is
another historic neighbourhood (a Buddhist name). For more than 900 years, Hunza was a stand-
alone principality; nevertheless.
Hunza was crucial to the success of the British Great Game. After the British Empire conquered Hunza
in 1891, the regions ruler, Mir Safdar Ali Khan, fled to Kashgar, China, and the British army installed his
brother, Mir Nazim Khan (1892–1938), as a puppet ruler of the Hunza Valley. However, all decisions
were made by British officers stationed in Gilgit, the regions capital.