Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Lahore is the intellectual and cultural capital of Pakistan and a journey to this bustling city will remain with you for a long time. From Lahore Fort to the Khizri or the Sheranwala Gate, there is so much to see and do here and it isn't just another run-of-the-mill city in a country. History, architecture, art and music envelop the city and everywhere you go, there is a story to unravel. You will also have an opportunity to experience exhilarating Qawaali sessions and a tryst with Sufism. Do spend time at one of the city's many rejuvenating gardens and a day exploring the many historical sites that the city is home to. If you happen to be here on a Thursday, a visit to Wagah border is unmissable. The intensity of the profound ceremony is so deep that it'll demand another visit from you! There is lots for shopaholics here as well, including Anarkali bazaar and the Pace and Fortress Stadium Market. If you have a little space in your itinerary, you can also squeeze in a visit to the largest museum in Pakistan, the Lahore Museum. With a collection of rare art, objects and paintings including the Fasting Buddha of Gandhara. There is plenty to choose from if you are looking for a decent place to stay including luxury hotels and budget accommodations.
Perfect for summer trips.
Best time to visit - May,June,July,August,September
If adventure is what helps you choose your holiday destination, Kaghan Valley is an ideal choice. Fishing, trekking and such lush greenery are some of the elements that Kaghan is popular for. Named after the town of Kaghan, the valley has the beautiful Kunhar River flowing through it. The road to Kaghan Valley is a little tricky and if you don't enjoy hilly drives, do think again before heading here. The route to the valley is a little barren in the beginning but as you make your way up, you will be greeted by small villages. Shogran is a lovely spot in Kaghan Valley and a must visit. It is home to the Siri Payee Lake mountain and offers stunning views of the surrounding valley. Perfect for trekkers and mountaineers, there are tons of peaks here to explore though you may need a little guidance depending on your expertise. Rafting is another popular activity here and though it's a little advanced since the rapids are quite fierce, it's definitely a must try. Do also visit Balakot, Kewai and Siri and Paya. The small towns are known for their idyllic villages, refreshing scenery and warm hospitality. There are lots of hotels here ranging from budget to luxurious and the only hiccup to explore the valley are the tricky roads and unpredictable weather conditions.
Chair lift and cable car, MUST visit. p.s the food outside the part will give you goose bumps.
Khyber two hours far away from Medina. We were very enthusiastic to discover this ancient place, especially when we read that many pieces found their back to the stone ages!. Unfortunately, our plan did not go as we wanted; While trying to get in the old Khyber area, we have been threatened by civil guy! He realized that we are from Bahrain through our car signage. He was an extremist and started questioning us in weird way asking different questions about religion and politics! (Why we are here?, what we are doing exactly? and what is our religion roots!!?). He was threatening us in many means (like he might attack us or beat us if we disagree with his way of thinking!) at the end we could calm him down and continue our way. We left the place without exploring it.
Chalal is a casual trek of an hour from Kasol, after crossing the bridge the trek starts for Chalal.Lazy, Laid back, Peaceful and quiet!!Kasol - Chala Bridge do take your pics there.
Closest to the nature. Beautiful and serene.