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Lake View Park


Murree and Islamabad being the famous hill stations of Pakistan encompasses numerous beautiful places including parks. The most well-known park located on the highway of Murree and Islamabad is known as Lake View Park. On the way from Islamabad to Murree a road that turns to the right leads to this beautiful park that is just before Barakahu. This park ... Read More »

LaL Sohanra National Park


In Bahawalpur District in province of Punjab is the national park of Pakistan which is recognized as one of the largest national park in south Asia is known as Lal Sohanra national Park. The park is also known for the diversity of its landscape that is about 153000 acre. It encompasses areas of forest, water and desert. It is positioned ... Read More »

Khun-Zerav National Park


In Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan lies a National park known as Khun-zerav national park which is mistakenly known as khunjerab. The translation of khun is Blood and the word zerav means is to stream in wakhi the native language. For a long time it was mistakenly written and pronounced because in past the language was not that much developed and was ... Read More »

Sozo Water Park

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           Sozo Water Park is the Pakistan’s first and largest water park that was first opened for the public on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr on 18 May, 1988. The word “Sozo” means “Salvation” that is a Greek word. After the establishment of this water park, many other people built other water parks but none of them can compete with it ... Read More »

Chitral National Park


Pakistan is blessed with variety of beautiful parks. Chitral National park is among all these recognized parks. This park is situated in Chitral district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and besides the Chitral River. It is also identified as Chitral Gol National Park. Until 1983, Mehtar of Chitral considered Chitral Gol as their private property. There was difference of opinion between Mehtar ... Read More »

Changa Manga


People living in Pakistan, especially in Punjab are not unaware when they hear a name “Changa Manga”. It is a forest, can be said a handmade or the planted one. It is said that among the largest man grown forests of the world, one is Changa Manga. This artificial forest covers an area of 48.6 square kilometers (12,000 acres). In ... Read More »

Ayubia National Park

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In the northern area of Pakistan’s District Abbotabad, Province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Ayubia National Park is located and is one of the Pakistan’s biggest national parks. This park covers the area of 8,184 acres and seven major villages and four small towns Thandiani, Ayubia, Nathiagali and Khanspur surround this park. Name of this park is after the name of second president ... Read More »

Liaquat Bagh

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Liaquat bagh (bagh means park) is situated on the murree road in the city of Rawalpindi, Punjab of Pakistan. It is a very old and famous park of the country. The park was at one time named Municipal Park. This park was renamed ‘Liaquat Bagh’ after the assassination of the first prime minster of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan. This incident ... Read More »

Deosai National Park Gilgit Baltistan

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Deosai National Park The Deosai National Park was established in 1993 to secure the survival of the bear and its habitat having long been prized kill for poachers and hunters. Deosai located in the Skardu district in Gilgit Baltistan Province in northern Pakistan. Deosai means the “Land of Giant” is well known for its spring season when it is covered by ... Read More »

The Askari Park Quetta


n today’s world when every one wants to relax even having his tight schedule, parks importance has been increased. Government has built many parks for citizens entertainment and relaxation needs. Askari Park is one of its examples .Askari Parks are the chain of parks all over Pakistan. In today’s article we will let you know about the Askari Park Quetta. ... Read More »

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