Lake Saiful Muluk
Saiful Muluk is the top tourist attraction of Kaghan Valley, most visitors to Naran pay a visit to this legendary lake. Along the side valley to the east of Naran, a 10 km jeep track leads through a picturesque valley. You can either rent a jeep in the bazaar and drive up in one hour, or walk about 3 km up a small glacier and hire a pony for about Rs.500/- one way and ride up. You can also walk up the eight km trek in about two and half hours. But this option is only for those who are fit enough to climb about 3000 feet in eight kilometers.
At 10,500 feet, Lake Saiful Muluk is surrounded by impressive snow-covered mountains, crowned by the summit of Malika Parbat (Queen of the Mountains) which is 5291 meters and is the highest peak in Kaghan Valley. It can better be seen than described. The beauty of the reflections of the snow-clad mountains that surround this lake cannot be adequately reflected even on a picture postcard. The lake is named after prince Saiful Muluk who fell in love with a fairy from the mountains. There are several good trekking opportunities from Lake Saiful Muluk.