Destinations in Pakistan
Some Most Beautiful Places for Honeymoon are
KARAKORUM HIGHWAY Also
known as the eight wonder of the world
THAKOT BRIDGE The first
evidence of Chinese influence on the KKH is Thakot
Bridge, 123 kilometers and about two and a half hours
BESHAM is the Capital
of Northern Pakistan and a thriving frontier town
that has expanded rapidly to include over 40,000 inhabitants
since the Karakoram Highway was opened in 1978.
KARGAH : is famous for its huge rock carving of Lord
Buddha. This sculpture was carved in seventh century.
GILGIT BAZAAR is famous for its handicrafts such as
woolen gowns known as chughas, waist coats, shoes,
musical instruments, silver jewelry, caps, woolen
rugs and embroideries.
CHINAR BAGH (garden) : where trees as much as 300
years old haughtily overlook the Gilgit river.
GHIZER VALLEY : The 210 kms long road to Shandur Pass
via Ghizer Valley is slightly more than a dirt track
cut into cliff face on the south bank of the river.
ISHKOMAN VALLEY : The Ishkoman valley runs north to
south to join the Gilgit river at Gakuch, and divides
the Karakoram Range from the Hindu Kush.
NALTAR : An area of alpine meadows and forests 3000
meters above sea level and surrounded by snow-capped
mountains, is the loveliest full-day outing from Gilgit.
PUNIAL : The fist kingdom to the west of Gilgit is
Punial, which encompasses 12 villages and has a population
of about 18,000.
PHANDER LAKE is connected by a perilous jeep track
via Shandur Pass & Gilgit Valley.
SHANDUR PASS : This picturesque lush green plateau
is located at an altitude of 3,734 meters above sea
level and it is 12 hours from Gilgit.
HUNZA : Eric Shipton's "The ultimate manifestation
of mountain grandeur" the Legendary Hunza - whose
very name is overwhelming is known for its towering
snow covered peaks, creeping glaciers, fragrant apricot
orchards & the longevity of its people.
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