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Mirani Dam


Mirani Dam is situated on the Dasht River on south of the Central Makran Range in Kech District of Balochistan the province of Pakistan. It is a standard sized Dam which is used for multi-purpose and is a concrete-faced filled with rock. The Kech River and the Nihing River fed the 302,000 acre feet reservoir of the dam. In 2006, the construction of this dam was accomplished and it took ... Read More »

Cholistan Desert

cholistan desert

Cholistan Desert is located 30 kilometers from Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. Locally this desert is known as Rohi. It is spread on the area of 26,300 km2. Cholistan is the word that is derived from a Turkish word Chol that means desert. The whole word Cholistan gives the meaning of land of desert. People living here have to move from one ... Read More »

Rawal Lake

rawal lake

Rawal Lake History Rawal Lake is located in the outside of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, it is considered to be a paradise on earth due to its attractive view that one must not miss. It is an artificial reservoir of Pakistan that fulfills the water demand for the citizen of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. This artificial lake covers an area of 8.8 ... Read More »

Murree – The real beauty of Pakistan and heaven for tourists


Murree is basically a beautiful hill station which is situated on the boundary of Pakistan. This border is stretched from Punjab and goes all the way to Azad Kashmir. It is a great spot for tourism in summer. Many domestic and foreign tourists visit Murree at least once in their life, to see the real beauty of Pakistan. Murree is a real ... Read More »

Shakar Parian


Shaker Parian is one of the most popular places in Islamabad that no nature lover will able to avoid it. It is situated in Islamabad near Zero point at a height of 1,998 feet (609) m above sea level. It is a most visited place for the tourist because it has many attractive sights which you have never seen before. ... Read More »

Kafiristan Valley


The Valley of kafiristan or kafirstan is old name of Nuristan valley, which is situated in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The Kafiristan valley enjoys a central geographical location bounded by Chitral, Kunar Valley and Alishang River. In the Persian language, Kafiristan means land of infidels and the name Kafir is derived from Arabic which means infidels ... Read More »

Paya e Kaghan


Kaghan valley is the worth seeing valley of Pakistan. This 169 km long valley is full of beauty. The Valley is named after the town of Kaghan. River Kunhar flows through this valley and the splash of river water in this valley is amazing. There are no words to explain these feelings. There is Plateau in this Valley Known as ... Read More »

Dudipatsar Lake


Kaghan Valley of Pakistan is pretty generous in offering a host of natural scenes which captivate human eyes and hearts. Dudiptsar Lake is one of those eye-catching sights the stunning beauty of which takes the breaths. The lake is formed by the water trickled down from the mountains around it. Thus, the scenic beauty of Dudiptsar Lakeis composed of the snow clad ... Read More »

Arid Beauty of Tharparkar


The arid beauty of Tharparkar is devoid of water especially of river or lake water for the most part of the year. Pakistan is replete with the extreme beauty of the four seasons. On one side, winter leaves everything withered; the intense hot weather evaporates even the breaths on the other Spring brings the message of life all around on one hand; ... Read More »

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