Pakistan – A haven of quaint and scenic sceneries, a dream-like holiday spot and a painting sculpted by Nature itself.
When travelers, local or foreign, plan on an escapade in Pakistan, they imagine visiting picturesque views with vast landscapes emanating nothing but serenity. And they get nothing less but more.
Aside from lush green fields, glorious meadows , vivacious rivers and towering peaks, flat vast plains and scenic deserts , Pakistan nestles some of the most beautiful villages deep within.
These villages maintain an ecological balance in the environment and radiate peace, quiet and tranquility.
When you look for beautiful places in Pakistan to visit, don’t forget to include these beautiful villages in your travel program.
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It was quiet a difficult task to extract 6 out of the many villages, but here I am. Awed by its enthralling scenery and hopes of visiting soon, this is a bucket-list for every traveler seeking solitude in the noise of nature.
1. Gondal Village
Tucked away from urban civilization and located 72 kilometres away from the capital city of Islamabad, Gondal village has a breathtaking view of the entire mountain range of Pir Panjal adding to the sublime beauty of the village. The village is scattered with aged trees and an endless expanse of fields.
3. Ghizer Village
The village is located in a magnificent valley named Phander in the Gilgit-Baltistan region. It is surrounded by magnificent trees and countless beautiful wildflowers. The views of snow-capped mountains in the background add to its charm and magnificence.
3. Passu village
Surrounded by awe-inspiring sights on every side the Passu Village is located on the side of the Karakoram Highway on the way from Hunza to Khunjerab Pass.
The snow-capped mountains, the Passu Glacier and the Passu Cones, all are a treat to the eyes of the traveler.
It nestles lush green fields that produce some of the most tasteful and organic produce.
4. Ganish Village
Located close to the majestic Hunza River, Ganish Village is considered to be an archive of the long-standing history of the Silk Road. This village is an artistic masterpiece with tall and bright trees encompassing history and culture that is preserved by the locals even today.
5. Arang Kel Village
Located in the Neelam Valley in Kashmir at the fantastical height of 8, 379 feet, Arang Kel is a valley that is full of green vegetation.
Visitors experience the magical glaciers as well as hills and mountains all in this diverse village.
3. Birir Village
Deep within the Kalaash Valley in the Chitral district, Birir Village is a cultural setting where women are famous for their unique dresses. The entire village is an aura of lime colours due to its lime green fields and a river that is an added magic in the symphony of nature.