Monday, July 11, 2011

Swat Valley A Heaven on earth

Swat is known as the Switzerland of Pakistan. The river Swat is a clear water river starting from Ushu fury over the mountains to he spread of the valley of Swat. It is the greenest valleys in northern Pakistan and is well connected to the rest of Pakistan. There are regular flights from Islamabad to Swat and forth. You can also get here either from Peshawar (160 miles) or Islamabad. (250 KMS) The valley of Swat is located in the middle of the foot hills of Hindukush mountain range. The main town in the valley is Saidu Sharief.Swat is a place of leisure Lover, Hiker, and archaeologist. There are many comfortable hotels, where to stay for some time to relax. In the upper Swat Kalam there are some very pleasant walks when the weather is very pleasant, you can easily walk over the hills for hours and enjoy the unspoiled scenery. Swat's Garden Ashoka and was a prosperous country in the Buddhist times (2nd BC to AD 5) There are at least over 100 archaeological sites in the valley less than 10% has been excavated. You can explore some of the sites in a half-day tour of Swat.

Kalam is the most beautiful part of the Swat valley. The galaxy of some 150 hotels, Country waterfalls, lakes, pastures, site of hiking and glaciers, which has all the latest facilities of mothers age. Surrounded by lush green mountains, covered with forests and vegetation, a diverse and oldest cultural values being witnessed above all friendly and hospetile people. strawberries are everywhere in the forests of Kalam. Do not forget to have a gesture of it. See you there on top of mountains.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

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Friday, July 1, 2011

INTRODUCTION TO GILGIT - BALTISTAN

Gilgit-Baltistan (formerly known as the Federally Administered Northern Areas) is the northernmost political entity in the Pakistani controlled part of the former princely Jammu and Kashmir. Under Pakistan's constitution, the Gilgit-Baltistan an autonomous region separated from Pakistan itself and its inhabitants have never had any representation in Pakistan's parliament. Gilgit-Baltistan is home to some of the world's highest mountains, including five of the eight-thousand. The main focus for many travelers is the world's three highest mountain ranges - the Karakoram, Himalayas and Hindu Kush, with five peaks over 8,000 meters, and many mountain peaks above 7,000 meters and has the largest glaciers in the world (other than those in the polar region ). Raging rivers, and unique landscapes make this area a "mountain paradise for mountaineers, hikers and tourists.

Heaven on The Earth Hunza Nagar Valley

Hunza Valley is a mountainous valley near Gilgit in the northern areas of Pakistan. It lies at an altitude of 2,438 meters (7,999 feet). The territory of Hunza is about 7.900 km ² [3,050 sq, miles]. Karimabad is the biggest city, which is a popular tourist destination in Pakistan because of the spectacular scenery of the surrounding mountains as Rakaposhi 7,788 m (25,551 ft), Ultar Sar (7,388 m), Bojahagur Duanasir II (7,329 m), Ghenta Peak (7,090 m), Hunza Peak (6,270 m), Darmyani Peak (6,090 m) and Bublimating (Lady Finger Peak) (6,000 m).

Monday, June 20, 2011

Murree Hills

Murree is a popular hill station and summer resort in Pakistan, Murree is especially for the residents of Islamabad. Murree is also visited as one of the most preferred destination for Pakistani tourists in Sumer and during snowfall in winter.

Murree is situated along the Islamabad-Kohala N75 highway, about 30 km (19 miles) northeast of Islamabad. 
 
The name comes from Murree 'marhi "," high place "even though there is a popular belief it was named after the Virgin Mary during the British times.
It lies on the southern slopes of the western Himalayan foothills, as they rise up towards the northeast towards Kashmir. During the British rule in the nineteenth century, its altitude established at 7,000 feet (2,100 m), but its actual height is now calculated as 2,300 m (7,500 ft) above sea level. 
 
Murree is accessible by road from the center of Islamabad and Rawalpindi areas. It is still associated with Britain, many British fruits (including cherries, raspberries and strawberries) thrive locally. There is a church built in 1857, located in the center of town, which is still used as a place of worship. Many houses around the church are still standing, functioning mostly as hotels.
Old traditional restaurants have been replaced by fast food shops and newer restaurants.

Murree has expanded since 1947 at a rate far greater than that which its infrastructure can sustain. Safeguarding water and electricity has been a constant challenge. The Jam-packed bazaar has caught fire several times in the last century and the growth of Tourism