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Kaghan is the name of most attractive valley in the Mansehra District of Hazara in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. This 160 km long valley is famous as one of  Pakistan’s most popular summer holiday spots.

Kunhar River which is famous because of its trout fish flows through the valley and has towns of Balakot, Paras, Mahandari, Kaghan and Naran on its banks. The valley features pine forests, alpine meadows and crystal clear water lakes and cool mountain streams. The local people are friendly and simple. Gujar nomads are one of the most interesting features of Kaghan Valley. They take their flocks of cattle to the high pastures of the upper Kaghan Valley in spring and bring them down again in autumn. While going to Kaghan you will find them camped along the road in their typical tents or moving up or down the valley with their herds of pack animals, sheep and goats.

A vacation in Kaghan Valley is an unforgettable experience!

How to Reach Here

In old days the road beyond Balakot was fit for four wheal drive vehicles only. Most of the visitors used to leave their cars here and rent jeeps for the onward journey. Now a days the road is good all the way up to Naran…

Top Destinations

The main continue to wards north. From Lulusar Lake, Babusar Pass is an other 20 kilometer drive. You pass through Gittidas which is the last summer settlement of Kaghan Valley.

At a distance of 72 km from Abbottabad, Balakot is the gateway to Kaghan Valley. The road to Balakot passes through the busy town of Mansehra.

From here Besal is 18 km which is a nomads’ settlement. Here Purbi Nar and Saeedullah Nar join Kunhar River. A road side restaurant offers tea and simple food to travelers.

Next two settlements on the main road to Naran are Jared and Mahandari. Jared used to be famous because of its furniture and handicrafts of walnut wood.

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