See The List: National Geographic talks about Pakistan’s Most Beautiful Locations
Here are the pictures of beautiful and wildest places of Pakistan.
National Geographic recently published an article on the most scenic and beautiful places in Pakistan.
The article has covered the steep peaks of the Karakoram Range to the bountiful Indus River plain.
The article stated that Pakistan is home to a variety of stunning landscapes. It’s rich cultural heritages, the Silk Road, and the remains of Mohenjo-Daro continue to captivate travellers.
Deosai National Park
Commonly known as “Land of the Giants” this place is home to the Tibetan wolf, Himalayan ibex, Tibetan red fox, and golden marmots. In 2016, the Park was also nominated for a World Heritage status.
Tourists from all over the world travel to the Valley for its remote lakes, mountainous scenery, and vibrant night skies.
The Makran Coastal Highway is a scenic drive along the country’s Arabian Sea coast. The course starts in Karachi and goes through Gwadar to the Iran border, and is considered a significant infrastructural attainment.
Hunza valley is situated in the northern territory of Gilgit-Baltistan, and is home to snow leopards, red-striped foxes and markhors, ibexes.
Hingol National Park
The Hingol National is the largest Park of Pakistan running for hundreds of miles along the Makran Coast.
Pakistan’s Baltoro Glacier is one of the biggest valley glaciers in the world.
The Neelum Valley is situated in Azad Kashmir between 13,000-foot peaks and is covered by green forests and streams.
The lake was formed in January 2010, when a massive landslide at Attabad village drowned nearby towns, congested the flow of the Hunza River, and displaced thousands of people. Today, it is a popular stop for visitors who can take boats out on the water.
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