Destination Pakistan Guide

Destination Pakistan Guide


Marsur Rock

Marsur Rock – The Trolltunga of Baltistan: A Hidden Gem for Adventurers If you’re craving awe-inspiring vistas of Skardu town and its picturesque surroundings, look no further than the exhilarating trek up to Marsur Rock. Situated in the heart of Hussainabad, Shigar, Baltistan, Marsur Rock (also known as Hussainabad Rock) stands as a remarkable geological …

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Blind Lake in the Shigar Valley, Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.

Blind Lake

Discover Blind Lake: A Picturesque Oasis in Shigar Valley, Pakistan Blind Lake, also known as Xarba Tso in the local Balti Language, is an enchanting freshwater lake nestled near the Shigar Valley in the heart of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Unlike most lakes, Blind Lake doesn’t rely on any external water supply or discharge …

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Key Facts about Pakistan


Exploring Pakistan: A Treasure Trove of Diverse Experiences Pakistan stands as an exceptional and blessed nation, graced with some of Asia’s most breathtaking landscapes. Its geography is as varied as its rich cultures, and its people are known for their warm hospitality. In the realm of discovering the roots of modern-day humanity, few places on …

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Deosai National Park

Deosai National Park

Exploring the Majestic Deosai National Park: Nature’s Paradise in Pakistan Deosai National Park, a hidden gem in Pakistan, claims the title of the world’s second-largest alpine plateau, spanning across an expansive 3626 sq. km. Nestled amidst four prominent mountain ranges—the Karakoram, Ladakh range (Trans-Himalaya), Zanskar range (Trans-Himalaya), and Himalaya—this breathtaking region sits at a lofty …

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Sheosar Lake in Deosai National Park

Sheosar Lake

Sheosar Lake: The Hidden Gem of Deosai National Park Discover Sheosar Lake: A Himalayan Wonder Nestled within the picturesque landscape of Deosai National Park in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, Sheosar Lake stands as a testament to the awe-inspiring beauty of nature. Perched at a breathtaking elevation of 13,589 feet, it’s often referred to as the heart of …

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