Destination Pakistan Guide

Destination Pakistan Guide

Pir Chinasi

Kashmir

Red Fort Muzaffarabad

The Red Fort or Muzaffarabad Fort, locally known as Laal Qilla or Rutta Qila, in Muzaffarabad city of ¬†Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan, is a 17th-century fortification. The fort is accessible at a 20 min drive from the city center and about a 4-hour drive from the capital city, Islamabad. One can also drive from … Red Fort Muzaffarabad Read More » ...
Muzaffarabad city in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

Muzaffarabad

Muzaffarabad, the administrative capital, is the largest town and is one of the ten districts of the State of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. It is also the 60th largest city of Pakistan located about 138 km from the capital city, Islamabad, and 79 km from Abbottabad. Muzaffarabad is bordered by the Kaghan Valley of Khyber … Muzaffarabad Read More » ...
Pir Chinasi

Pir Chinasi

Pir Chinasi is a well-known hill station in the Muzaffarabad district, the capital city, of Azad Jammu & Kashmir in Pakistan. The hillock is named after a famous saint Pir Syed Hussain Shah Bukhari whose shrine (Ziyarat) is sited on the top of the hill. The summit offers a jaw-dropping view of the surrounding snow-clad … Pir Chinasi Read More » ...
Neelum Valley

Neelum Valley

The 200 km bow-shaped Neelum Valley is a densely forested gorge stippled in several tiny valleys with heights ranging from 2,000 ft to 8,000 ft from Muzaffarabad to Taobat. The Neelum Valley was named after the River Neelum flowing through the length of the valley running parallel to the Kaghan valley to the north only … Neelum Valley Read More » ...
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