Naran and Kaghan are located in Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan. These places host millions of tourists every year, especially during the summer period as Naran Kaghan valley is home to many scenic wonders. You won’t be wrong to call it the land of fairies. Fairyland Naran Kaghan is undoubtedly a scenic wonderland with lofty peaks and beautiful valleys. You will be thrilled at the numerous activities you can involve yourself in here especially if you love mountain trekking or trekking. The much talked about mountain Himalayan is located in this neighborhood. You will be awed by the mountain scenery, streams, lakes, and waterfalls, giving all the excitement you can never have imagined.
If you are on a search for pristine destinations unspoiled by humans, Naran Kaghan is one of the best places to visit. The indigenes are quite friendly and live a simple lifestyle. Naran Kaghan roads are in excellent conditions as well. We provide Naran Kaghan tour packages 2019 tourists will benefit from especially during the summer. It is usually a splendid tour that leaves you unforgettable memories. Our Naran Kaghan tour guide is apt and will provide you Naran Kaghan tour information to guide you through your tour in Naran Kaghan.
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Reaching Kaghan Naran is not that hard as it used to be in the Past, the road infrastructure has developed alot in recent times which led to the convenience of reaching Naran Kaghan. We’ve mentioned here the total distance, and the ways of getting to this beautiful tourist destination.
The quickest route is to catch a flight from Karachi to Islamabad and then go by road to Naran Kaghan, but if that’s working out as an expensive option for you then a road trip is the quickest way to reach the tourist spot. Total Distance from Karachi to Naran Kaghan is about 1,682.2 km via National Highway 5, and it will take around 25 hours to reach your final destination from Karachi.
As Islamabad is the only city which connects northern areas with Pakistan conveniently, Naran Kaghan from Islamabad is 6 h 26 minutes you’ve to cover the distance of about 278.0 km, you can go via Mansehra – Naran – Jalkhad – Chilas Rd/N-15.
The first option for tourists from Lahore who wish to visit Naran Kaghan or other northern areas of the country is to catch a plane to Islamabad and then get a bus or a hire a car, as Lahore is only 4 hours 30 minutes away from Islamabad so you can use the road transportation as well. The total distance from Lahore to Naran Kaghan is about 611 km and that will be covered in about 10 hours depending on the road and traffic condition at the time of travel.
The distance from Rawalpindi to Naran Kaghan is same as of Islamabad as Rawalpindi is the twin city of Islamabad.
Tourists who wish to travel from Faisalabad to Naran and Kaghan can use road transportation or a train as there’s no flight operating between Faisalabad and Islamabad. Once you reach Islamabad then you can hire a car for Naran Kaghan or just get a bus ticket for your final destination.
Located in the northern area of Kaghan Valley, Saif ul Malook Lake is a picturesque crystal clear lake with a rich eco-diversity. It is one of the places tourists like to visit during the summer to catch a glimpse of its lush green scenery. Although during winter, it remains frozen. Activities you can partake in here is fishing where you will be able to catch a lot of fishes for leisure. Using explosives and fishing nets are not allowed here but you can come along with your angling gear which you can also purchase at the local market in Naran. There is accommodation available around the lake for camping with exquisite cuisine for delightful munching.
Lake Saif ul Malook weather during the day time is usually moderate but may drop and become colder during the night.
With an elevation of about 13,691 ft above sea level, Babusar is the highest point in Kaghan. During the winter season, the summit is usually covered with snow, presenting a breathtaking view of the top. Hiking is one of the famous activities being done here. When everywhere is hot during the summer, Babusar top is a place you will like to visit because it is usually cool around there. A well-laid highway leads to the top, although, it is very steep and you want to ensure your brakes are in good condition if you are looking forward to driving to the top. Trekking is also a pleasant activity you can do here.
A green carpeted meadow with a serene and peaceful ambiance is what we can describe Siri Paye to be. Siri Paye is suited near Kaghan Valley with an elevation of about 10,032 ft above sea level and hosts a crystal clear water and grazing area for animals. Though it is not easy to access the steep and windy roads. Siri Paye weather during the summer is a promise of nature’s benevolence to mankind. Summer is characterized by wild yellow flowers in their full glory, green grasses, and freshwater ponds. During the winter, this area is usually covered in heavy snow.
The main attraction here is the Pyala Lake; a bowl-shaped lake on located on the top of a mountain. In spite of being underdeveloped, it still draws the attraction of tourists. Pyala Lake is in proximity to Kunhar River in Jalkhad.
Shaped like a teardrop, Ansoo Lake is located in Kaghan Valley and it is reckoned to be one of the highest lakes in the Himalayas. You can view Ansoo Lake between July and August when the Ansoo Lake weather is favorable and the lake is not engulfed by rain or fog. This is also the best time to visit Ansoo Lake as a tourist. Hiking and trekking are some of the activities that will take to Ansoo Lake as there is no well-laid road top take you to the lake. Horse riding options are also available.