Pakistan is a country that has some of the most beautiful places on earth. From the northern mountains, to the southern beaches, there are many sites that you can visit and explore. But which ones should you see first? This blog post will give you 5 suggestions for places in Pakistan that are worth visiting during 2020-2021!
1. Swat Valley
The true beauty of Swat can be found around the town of Kalam, which serves as a base to explore all that this valley has in store. There are some gorgeous places you just won’t want to miss when visiting, and one such place would have been your cue if they were looking for what’s next! With picturesque villages spread across lush green fields with clear blue rivers running through them – it’s no wonder people call these parts “paradise on earth.”
2. Nathia Gali
Nathia Gali is a town that sits at an elevation of 8,000 feet in the mountains. This area offers lush green meadows and deep forests with oaks and cedar trees for miles along hiking trails to explore! The people who live here are very friendly; they enjoy spending time together while enjoying their scenic views from these beautiful surroundings–which also happen to make them popular destinations during summer months when tourists come flocking just like honeybees around flowers trying desperately not to get stung by such bristly beauties:)!
The Bhurban area in Pakistan is home to some of the country’s most famous climbing trails, which are only accessible through this national park. The pristine waters here have been discovered by travelers all over as they enjoy outdoor activities on their various adventures throughout Asia!
4. Kalash Valley
If you’re visiting the Kalash valley during one of its many festivals, be sure to take in all that it has to offer. You’ll find colorful rituals and traditions here for everyone who loves color! The three central valleys are Bumburet (colored), Rumour(fancy) & Birir, which form an island surrounded by Hindu Kush mountains where they follow ancient practices with an over 1-billion-year-old history behind them.
5. Lake Saif ul Malook
This is one of the highest lakes in Pakistan, and it has clear blue water with a beautiful backdrop of snow-covered peaks. It’s situated at the northern finish for Saiful Malook National Park, close to town Narran on its banks.Narak is also known locally as “Lunch Box Town” because many people from all around come here just before they leave their jobs during afternoon hours when fewer tourists or visitors are coming through. After the working day is done, everyone gathers together over some food (incredibly delicious ones) inside your stomach, making everything better than expected!