Traveling is without a doubt one of the best things you can do in your life. It lets us get away from the routine and monotony of everyday life and learn about other countries, foods, and landscapes. Pakistan is not yet on everyone’s list of places to visit, but its amazing natural beauty and rich cultural history are quickly making it a popular place to go.
There is something for every kind of tourist, from the rough terrain of Hingol National Park to the high plateau of Deosai Plains. These places off the beaten path let people experience Pakistan’s natural beauty and rich cultural history in a way that is unique and real.
So, from clean lakes to old ruins, there are many hidden treasures just waiting to be found. But what ones do we suggest? Diva reveals…
The Shandur Polo Ground
The Shandur Polo Ground is one of the highest polo fields in the world. It is 3,700 meters above sea level. It is in the Chitral area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and is known for the Shandur Polo Festival, which happens every year and brings people from all over the world. At the festival, teams from Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan play traditional polo games. There are also cultural shows and handicrafts.
Hingol National Park
Hingol National Park is the biggest national park in Pakistan. It is in the province of Balochistan, which is in the southwest of the country. The park is known for its rough terrain, wide range of animals, and beautiful scenery. People can walk or ride in a jeep through the park and look at the unique rock formations, sand dunes, and coastal scenery.
National Park Kirthar
Kirthar National Park is another secret gem that you should check out. It is in the province of Sindh. The park is home to many kinds of animals, including the endangered Indus River Dolphin. Visitors can go on organized nature walks and jeep safaris. Kirthar’s rough landscapes are also home to the ruins of the historic Gorakh Hill Fort and other places from the past.
The Deosai Plains are a beautiful high-altitude plateau in the state of Gilgit-Baltistan. The plains are known for their long stretches of alpine fields, clear lakes, and beautiful views of the mountains. People can walk or ride in a jeep through the grasslands and look at the unique plants and animals, such as the Himalayan brown bear, snow leopard, and ibex.
Fort Munro is a beautiful hill town in Punjab. It is in the district of Dera Ghazi Khan. The hill station is famous for its cool weather, thick woods, and beautiful scenery. People can go on beautiful hikes, have picnics, and camp out, and they can also check out the historic Fort Munro, which comes back to the time of the British Raj.
Ormara is a secret gem that can be found on the Arabian Sea coast in the province of Balochistan. The town is known for its clean beaches, blue-green water, and beautiful views. People can do water sports like swimming, surfing, and fishing, and they can also visit nearby nature places like Hingol National Park and Kund Malir Beach.
The Punjab province is home to Rohtas Fort, which is an old fortress. Built in the 1600s, the fort is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors can look at the impressive walls, gates, and watchtowers and enjoy the beautiful views of the landscapes around the fort.
Katas Raj is a group of Hindu temples in the state of Punjab. Lord Shiva is honored by the shrines, which were built in the sixth century. Visitors can look at old buildings and learn about the rich history and culture of the area.
Hill Station Gorakh
Gorakh Hill Station, which is in the Sindh state, is a hidden gem. The hill station is famous for its beautiful views, cool weather, and beautiful sunsets. At the top of the hill station, visitors can take a beautiful jeep ride and see a wide view of the land around them.
Kumrat Valley is a beautiful place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is in the Upper Dir area. The valley is known for its beautiful waterfalls, clear rivers, and beautiful woods. People can walk around the valley and enjoy beautiful walks, picnics, and camping.
How many of them have you been to? Tell us in the space below for comments.