Due to the geographical position, located literally between the Arabian Sea and the Himalayas, Pakistan offers beautiful landscapes, cultural heritage, parts of the former Silk Route, as well as cultural and historical monuments. Therefore, for those who want to travel, but are not afraid of adventures, Pakistan is the ideal destination. These are the locations that must not be missed by those adventurers who will realize the next feat exactly in this Asian country:
1. National park Deosai
Every spring this national park turns into a palace of rare wild flowers and butterflies, which emerge after the firstsun rays. Tibetan wolves and foxes, as well as rare golden bears, can also often be found. Since 1993, Deosai has the status of a protected area to protect the endangered Himalayan brown bear, and since 2016 it is a protected World Heritage Site.
2. Kaghan Valley
This valley carries with it a beautiful legend about the love of the prince of Persia, who fell in love with a girl he met along the waters of the lake Saiful Muluk (in the photo above). But she was in love with the giant, who held her hostage. She escaped the prince, after which the giant flooded the valley with its tears, and today’s ponds testify to his great sorrow.
Besides the river Hunza, there are glaciers and steep mountains with frozen peaks. This place is often used for camping and for short breaks among adventurers who want to conquer the mountains of Hindu Kush. The valley of the Hunza River is a natural home of snow leopards, wild goats and red foxes.
It is located in the Hunza valley. It has a turquoise color and extends over the rocky terrain. Although today it is one of the most beautiful places, the past of this lake is quite sad. In 2010, after heavy flooding and land trapping, nearby towns were flooded, and a cliff blocked the flow of the Hunza River. This caused mass migration from the village of Atabad, and the lake that remains today is one of the favorite destinations for relaxation for the locals.
This is one of the largest Valley Glacier, hardly accessible, except for professionals. It is located between three mountain peaks. Melting ice is vital for residents of Karakoram, northern Pakistan, who use water for irrigation.
6.Hingol National Park
In addition to being recognized for endemic animal species, this national park is also a region of active volcanoes with mud. The activity is caused by chemical reactions of water and gas below the Earth’s crust. When the mud is ejected, conical creations are formed. Some believers use them as temples.