Pakistan is filled with mesmerizing destination but prettiest of all is Naran Kagan. This has also become one of the busiest tourist
spot over of the years.
It is located at an altitude of 8202 feet, 119 km away from Mansera city.
Naran is the the base station to many enchanting places like Babusar Top, Sharan, Siripaye, Faisal-ul-malook lake, and Lulusar lake.
When to Visit Naran Valley, Pakistan
Summers are pleasantly warn and typically the best time to visit Naran Kaghan Valley. The weather in these months varies from 3 degree Celsius to somewhat 15 degree Celsius. The snow melts off and roads become clear.
You could also visit Naran valley in winters if you love to watch snowfall but it is not recommended because of heavy land sliding throughout the season. Although cherry blossom is the best season to watch snow capped mountains in Naran Valley.
Tourist destinations and places to visit in Naran Kaghan
On your way to this mind-blowing valley, you don’t want to miss a few places. The very first one in our list is,
This should be your first destination stop while heading towards Naran Valley. This calm and tranquilizing lake is surrounded by snow capped mountains, which makes it a famous tourist’s spot.
It is much bigger than other lakes near the valley. Summers is the best time to visit Lulusar lake, when the water reflects its surrounding and the roads are clear.
You can also have the pleasure of boating and jet-skiing in this extremely mind-captivating lake. Moreover, the local food, like pakora, or samosa become even more tastier at a place like this.
Saiful Malook Lake
This lake lies at a few kilometers away from Naran valley. The road to Saiful Malook is bumpy. We suggest you to take an off-roading car or hire a local jeep from Naran valley.
Saiful Malook is the highest alpine lake of Pakistan at a height of 10,576 ft above the sea level. Frozen during winters, while crystal clear during summers, the lake is a divine bliss for its visitors.
This place offers everything, from boating and fishing to hiking and horse riding. That’s why it is the perfect tourist spot for all sorts of tourists.
The famous Siri Paye is one of the most relaxing and sight-seeing spot in Naran Valley. The 10,000 ft high mountain with a breath-taking sight beats every other mountain present around its surrounding.
It’s a long hike to reach the top of the mountain but once you are there, you won’t regret it, I assure you that.
The road to Siri Paye is quite similar to that of Saiful Malook. The bumpy road makes it difficult to hold on to your seats, especially when you’re travelling in a local jeep.
The 160 kilometer long valley is famous for its pine forests, alpine meadows, crystal clear lakes and cool mountain streams.
If you love fishing, then i suggest you to bring your fishing gears with you. The lakes of Kaghan valley are filled with brown trout.
Kaghan valley is by far the most beautiful place in the North of Pakistan. It becomes the favourite tourist’s spot during summers. It is more recommended for people who are scared of height or get irritated by bumpy roads.
One of the most beautiful lakes all over the world. Surrounded by snow capped mountains and lush green fields, this lake is a heaven on earth.
The lake is located in the north of Kaghan valley at the height of 3800 m above the ground level. It takes maximum 4 hours to reach the top but it is not accessible through cars or jeeps. Visitors either have to trek all the way or ride on local horses.
It is a-must-visit place for all the tourists, photographers, and nature admirers. No matter how many times you visit this place, you still manages to find something new on the next tour.
Once you’re done visiting all the tourist’s spots, I recommend you to taste its trout fish. It will be the best trout fish you ever had.