Lahore Fort

Lahore Fort

Also known as Shahi Qila, the inspiring Lahore Fort is situated in the North West corner of the ancient city of Lahore, and spreads over 20 hectares. Built around 1200-800 BC, the fort is considered to be as old as the city itself. A UNESCO World Heritage Site hailed for its repertoire of Mughal monuments dating from an era when the empire was at its artistic zenith, Lahore Fort is a monument to the ages

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Janshai Meadows

Located at a distance of 7 kilometres from Kalam Valley, Swat, at an elevation of about 3,188 meters above sea level, Janshai Meadows is a popular camping site. The best months to plan a visit are from April to August

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Hiran Minar

A Mughal era complex located in Sheikhupura, about 40 kilometres northwest of Lahore, the Hiran Minar complex was built in the early 17th century at the site of a hunting reserve. The site is accessible from Lahore via the M2 Motorway, which connects Lahore to Islamabad

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Ratti Gali Lake

An alpine glacial lake located in Neelum Valley, in Pakistan’s Kashmir region, Ratti Gali Lake is located at an altitude of 3,700 metres (12,130 feet) and fed by the surrounding glacier waters of the mountains. The lake is 120 kilometres from Muzaffarabad by road. The best months to visit are from May to August

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Nanga Parbat

Locally known as Diamer, meaning king of the mountains, Nanga Parbat is the ninth-highest mountain on Earth and Pakistan’s second-highest after K2. Located in the country’s Northern Areas, it is also the Western bastion of the Himalayan range

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