Pakistan is an important country in Asia with a population of more than 200 million people. The country has many natural wonders and historic monuments that are worth visiting for their beauty and historic significance.
1. Karakoram Range
The Karakoram Range is one of the most important geographical features in the world. It runs along Pakistan’s northern Indian frontier for a length of 1,500 miles.
The Karakoram Range is also one of the highest mountain ranges on Earth. Its peaks are higher than most other mountain ranges, with 4 out of 14 over 8,000 meters high. The range was formed from an uplift from tectonic plate collision and is still rising at a rate of about 2 millimeters a year
2. Hunza Valley
Hunza Valley is one of the most popular places to visit in Pakistan because of its diverse scenery.
The valley is characterized by its fertile soil, varied topography, and the culture of people living there. There are many small villages in Hunza Valley.
The valley is famous for its beautiful landscape because it has the world’s second-highest mountain peaks, glaciers, valleys, rivers, and lakes.
One of the places to visit in Pakistan in Mansehra. It has a population of about 400,000 and is situated in the Hazara region. The district headquarters and major cities of this region are Haripur and Abbottabad respectively.
Mansehra has a significant place in history because it was one of the first places to be liberated during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947. There is no accurate account for how many people died in this battle but there were around 10,000 Pakistani soldiers killed which amounted to nearly 20% of the armed forces.
The scenic beauty on offer at Mansehra might not be as extensive as what can be found on other tourist hotspots like Murree or Swat, but it does have its own charm that attracts tourists from all
4. Kaghan Valley
The Kaghan Valley is a beautiful valley located in the northernmost region of Pakistan. It is a tremendous tourist attraction and a popular destination for people who love nature and serenity. The valley is located near the city of Naran, which also provides easy access to the place.
The Kaghan Valley has been extensively studied by many eminent geographers and naturalists from across the world. It was first identified by European explorers in 1889 when they were shown this area by the people from Chitral. Locals call this valley Koh-i-Kafir (meaning “Valley of infidels”). Located in one of the most remote parts of Pakistan, it has been difficult for tourists to get to it. However, with improvements in infrastructure and security situation in Pakistan,
5. Sulaiman Range
Pakistan is one of the most interesting and varied countries in the world. This country has something for everyone. From the Karakoram Mountains to the Indus Valley, from lowlands to highlands, from plains to deserts and from coastal regions to some of the world’s highest peaks. There is a lot of natural beauty in this country that will leave you breathless. The Sulaiman Range is one such place that is both scenic and adventurous.
This range has long been nicknamed “The Roof of Pakistan” because it borders with Afghanistan on three sides and stretches across all four provinces: Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), and Balochistan on the west side while Sindh province lies on its south-east end. The range starts from the north-
6. Makran Coastline
The Makran Coastal Highway is a coastal highway in Pakistan which connects Karachi to the Iranian border. The highway runs for 240 miles along the coast of the Arabian Sea.
The journey begins from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan’s largest city, and continues until it reaches the international border with Iran. The route runs through small towns, villages, and fishing communities mostly populated by ethnic Balochis on both sides of the border.
It is considered to be one of the most scenic drives in all of South Asia. The journey also takes you through different landscapes which include beaches lined with palm trees, lush green forests and mountains, salt flats, and barren deserts
7. Nanga Parbat Mountain Ranges
Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain in the world. It is part of the Himalayan mountain range and is located in Pakistan.
The mountain has had a number of tragedies associated with it. The first recorded fatality on the peak was in 1856 when three men died trying to find a route to the peak’s summit. On June 9th, 1977, Reinhold Messner summits Nanga Parbat alone and without supplemental oxygen, making him the first person to do so without supplemental oxygen or support from Sherpa guides. He descends after completing his solo ascent of Nanga Parbat and discovers that his brother Günther has died of altitude sickness on the descent.
On July 13th, 2008, eleven climbers died on Nanga Parbat.
8. Kagoshima Bay Beach Resort, Pakistan’s First Beach Resort!
Kagoshima Bay Beach Resort is a stunning location with a breathtaking view of the Arabian Sea. This resort is located in Karachi, Pakistan. The beach is a major tourist attraction.
The resort was built in 2003 and has been voted one of the best beaches in Asia for many years.
There are many other attractions including a pool, an outdoor restaurant, and an event hall that can hold up to 500 people.