Kaghan Naran jeep safari
Naran is the main center of tourism in the Kaghan Valley. It is located 82 kilometers from Balakot. The town is situated on the bank of the Kunhar River at a point where the valley widens. The river is also quite smooth here and ideal for trout fishing and easy grade river rafting.
KAGHAN: is the name of the most attractive valley in the Mansehra District of Hazara in the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan. This 160 km long valley is famous as one of Pakistan’s most popular summer holiday spots.
Kunhar River which is famous because of its trout fish flows through the valley and has towns of Balakot, Paras, Mahandari, Kaghan, and Naran on its banks. The valley features pine forests, alpine meadows and crystal clear water lakes, and cool mountain streams.
All private transfers by AC car
Twin sharing room at hotels mentioned above with private facilities
Meals half board: Key (B) Breakfast (D) Dinner
All the sightseeing tours as described in the itinerary and entrance fees
Fully escorted by experienced local English speaking guides
Visa support letters if required.
Expenses in hotels such as laundry, telephone, and room service, etc.
Meals, not mentioned above
Tips for Guides and drivers
Early check-in hotels and late checkout
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Arrive at Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in a hotel in Islamabad.
Islamabad to Shogran
After breakfast departure for Shogran via Abbottabad Gateway to the Kaghan Naran valley arrival Shogran transfer to hotel lunch after lunch visit of Siri Payee Siri Payee is known for its lush green environment and picture-postcard location. The height of Siri Payee is 300 feet more than that of Shogran. Overnight stay in hotel at Shogran
Shogran to Naran
After breakfast, we will depart for Naran. this beautiful valley is situated on the lower Himalayan range and famous for its colorful panorama. Overnight stay in a hotel at Naran.
Full day excursion to Lake Saif-ul-Muluk
After breakfast visit Lake Saif-ul-Muluk (by jeep) Lake Saif-ul-Muluk is amongst one of the highest lakes in Pakistan. Overnight stay in a hotel at Naran.
Full day excursion to Lalazar valleys/Lulusar Lake
After breakfast visit Lalazar Valley, this beautiful meadow is awash with colorful alpine flowers in spring and summer, and set amongst the cool pine forests lunch at Batakundi after lunch we will visit Lulusar lake. Lulusar is a group of mountain peaks and a lake in the Kaghan Valley in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The word “Sar” means “top” or “peak” in Pashto The highest peak has a height of 11,200 ft (3,410 m) above sea level (N35.0804 E73.9266). The locale is famous for the scenic and large Lulusar Lake, which is a popular tourism attraction. Overnight stay in hotel at Naran
Naran to Islamabad
After breakfast drive to Islamabad. en route we will visit Taxila city is 35 km, 20 minutes drive from Islamabad moving towards the northwest where the civilization of Gandhara exists. While traveling on GT road, after crossing Margalla Hills, just turning left from Taxila bypass at Khanpur Lake road about 4 km there is Taxila Museum. It’s a site museum where the collections of Gandhara art are placed, which is about 600BC to 700BC. Two beautiful & well-maintained gardens are also attached to the museum’s building, for visitors to relax and enjoy the natural environment and weather
Islamabad to Flight out
This will be your last day in Pakistan; visit Faisal Mosque, Pirshowaha, Margala Hills, and the local market for shopping. In the evening transfer to the airport and fly back home.