Every day metropolitan life includes unwanted oodles of chaos, noise, pollution, tension, and stress. This fuss routine impacts to create a miserable lifestyle, we all want to refrain from. Moments hold a warmth, having the harmonious sunshine with a cup of hot chocolate in a cozy room, we all want to live into. Or, maybe we want to have a scenic view around us to observe the tranquility.
Thanks to nature we have Maytime as an amenity. Pakistan, a geographically diverse region, encompasses tourism spots from the seaside to hills and valleys. We don’t want to miss the magnificence and artistry Spring brings in the Northern Region of the country.
Here are the beautiful sites, you can explore in spring this year.
The first place to feeling the vibe of this season is the Fairy Meadows. One who wants to put off all the stress and to get mesmerized in beautiful fall colors should visit this place.
A little further along the route and next to Fairy Meadows, another breath skipping view await us, is Zero Point.
The place enthralls you with beautiful transitions from ‘refreshing green’ to ‘blossoming red’, throughout the region. Perhaps, it is the best destination to experience the season. Multicolored leaves of mulberry, maple, cherry, walnut, and apricots having sunlight on them, reflect the golden moments.
Nagar Valley, Attabad lake are important to visit!
Green Valleys, high altitude plateaus, crystal clear lakes, rocky mountains, snow-capped peak, and cold desserts, Skardu is surely one of the most diverse regions in the country. You can soothe your soul and mind with ambers and scarlets at Kachura lake, Shangrila Resorts, Khaplu Valley and Ghanche while sipping the hot tea.
Skeptical hues and captivating beauty, Naran Valley possesses both with all its charm. The alluring region has many spots to make your springs living worthy.
Shogran, Siri, Paea, Lulusar Lake, Babusar top and a long list of beautiful lakes are worth to stop by.
Hurry Up! Don’t wait so long, start planning now. Have a serene start this year and explore ‘Pretty Pakistan’. What’s your plan this year? Tell us in the comments.