CITIES OF PAKISTAN

Sukkur Barrage, Sindh, Pakistan

Sukkur

Sukkur is an old city in Sindh province of Pakistan. The west bank of the Indus houses this city. The city was awarded the...
Snow on Mountains of Quetta

Quetta

Quetta is called the fruit basket of Pakistan. It is simple and border town in Baluchistan, a province of Pakistan with the greatest area. Its...

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Way of Kalash Valley, Chitral, Pakistan

Kalash Valley

Kalash or Kalasha are ethnic people who live in isolated Bumboret, Rumbor and Birir valleys in southern Hindukush gorges in present day Chitral in...
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Kaghan Valley, an Alpine-Climate Valley

Kaghan Valley offers a remarkable holiday making experience, for both Pakistani and foreign tourists. District Mansehra is the administrative caretaker of this natural jewel. Its...
Karomber Lake, Broghil Valley, Chitral, Pakistan

Chitral Valley

Chitral is an ancient, romantic, heart-wining, and mountainous holiday destination in the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The ring of fascinating and majestic Hindukush range...

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Sukkur Barrage, Sindh, Pakistan

Sukkur

Sukkur is an old city in Sindh province of Pakistan. The west bank of the Indus houses this city. The city was awarded the...
Shining Day in Kalam

Kalam

Kalam is Paradise on Earth. Trout is another distinction of Kalam. Besides, this tourist heaven is the jewel of Swat Valley. Kalam is the...
Beach Mountains, Kund Malir, Balochistan

Balochistan

The province of Balochistan lies to the southwest of Pakistan with the largest area of 347,190 square kilometres. Iran hedges it in the west. Afghanistan...

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The word desert is derived from the Latin word desertum, which means "abandoned." Although there are various ways to define desert, the widely used...
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