Places to Visit in Naran Kaghan

Saif ul Malook Lake:

Lake Saif ul Malook is 9 kilometers long, 50 feet deep, and 3224 meters high on the surface. It’s interesting because of its immense natural beauty. Surrounded by mountains, the lake provides breathtaking views, and visitors enjoy hiking. Snow-capped mountains and unforgettable glaciers boost the beauty of the lake in winter.

Lulusar Lake:

Lulusar is a beautiful lake surrounded by the Kaghan Valley and the highest point in the Kaghan Valley, with an impressive panoramic view of around 3410 meters above sea level. Lake Lulusar is the most popular tourist attraction in the valley after the height of Saif ul Malook and Babusar Top. Jeeps can hit the lake’s clean fresh water. Lulusar is 48 kilometers away from Naran. Here you can enjoy the fun of “hiking and trekking”, “fishing” and “rafting,” “boating.” In other words, it’s an ideal picnic spot in the Naran Kaghan Valley.

Dudipatsar Lake – Naran Magnificent Destination:

Dudipatsar means White Mountains Lake because of the peaks around the lake that are shrouded all year round under the white shawl of snow. 

In addition, this lake is renowned for its majestic beauty as the Queen of Lakes in Pakistan. You can get to this destination by taking a drive to Jalkhad in the Naran Valley. After traveling, you have to enjoy 4-5 hours of trekking through breathtaking views.
Recommendations:-Visit this piece of nature at the best time between June and August. Afterward, the destination experiences heavy snowfall, which can render a visitor’s dilemma and can be stranded there. This lake has an elevation of 3800 m with lush green pastures all around it. To convince you, travel friends, to visit this magnificent destination in Pakistan’s Naran Kaghan Valley.

Ansoo Lake:

This piece of nature, Lake Ansoo, is located high in the Himalayas with an elevation of 4,250m. You can reach this secret gem of nature by getting a trekking experience.

The first traveler must arrive at Saif Ul Malook Lake by bumpy jeep ride and then 2 hours of horseback riding in the Upper Himalayan region. After 1 hour of trekking to Ansoo Lake. In addition, this name comes from the shape of the lake. Ansoo stands for Tear as the lake is in the shape of a teardrop.
One of the Best destinations of the Naran Kaghan Valley.
You will have some breathtaking views from the lake, and you can capture that in your heart for a lifetime. In addition, the best time to visit this lake is from June to August, as in other months, the destination has heavy snowfalls that could be dangerous for trekkers. So get your mates on a trek to get on a journey in this part of the Himalayas.

Saral Lake:

Lake Saral is also regarded as the Princess of the Mountains. It’s about 13,600 feet above sea level. Mid-summer is the best time to schedule your visit to this location. Marmots, horses, and wildflowers growing around the lake are sure to cheer your mood up at the lake.

Shogran Valley:

You can’t go back from Naran Valley without paying a visit to Shogran Meadows. Thanks to its spectacular panoramic views and perfect weather, Shogran Valley has become a favorite spot for visitors. Shogran is 7.749 feet tall and provides panoramic views of the entire valley. Tourists want to relax in a quiet environment and enjoy a hot cup of coffee in the cold weather. In addition, many resorts and motels can host thousands of visitors every year.
It is also a recommended must-visit place in Naran Kaghan Valley.

Siri Paye Meadows:

Seri Paye is another tourist location, 6 kilometers from Shogran. It is popular for its lush green meadows and also has a small lake called Siri Paye. This tourist likes to ride horses out there. It has been a Naran Tourist Favorite. They can visit the green garden of Siri Paye, ride a horse along the lake, and take a deep breath in the fresh and pure air.

Lalazar: Stunning Point of Naran Kaghan

Lalazar is closely linked to the magnificent Babusar Top and is another great picnic spot in Naran. It is at an altitude of 3,123 meters (10,246 ft) above sea level, situated in the upper Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Long trees and grass make the landscape more stunning.

Babusar Top – Highest Pass

Babusar top along with Saif ul Maluk lake is widely visited by Naran Kaghan tourists. The versatility of this point is that the highest point in Naran Kaghan is approximately 4,173 meters (13,691 feet) above sea level. You may sit at the base and have something to eat from the “Dhabas”. You can also buckle up and get ready to hike a few hundred meters to the top and take some pictures of the National Flag in a chilly breeze.

Naran: Origin of the Naran Kaghan Valley

A small town located 120 kilometers from Mansehra City, where you will be greeted by a giant glacier, the valley is set along the Kunhar River and the stream of Lake Saif ul Malook. Pakistan’s oldest tourist attraction welcomes nearly 1 lake tourist every year from mid-June to mid-November. Naran’s main hotels are PTDC Naran, Rose Valley Naran, De Manche Naran, Faran Hotel, Pine Park Naran, and Naran City Hotel.

Gittidas Meadows:

Gittidas is a meadow in the Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is situated at an altitude of 3,678 meters (12,067 ft) above sea level,  it also gives way to Kashmir in the north.

Malika Parbat: The Highest Peak of the Naran Kaghan Valley

Malika Parbat is Naran Kaghan’s highest elevation. Its white snowy peak is visible from Lake Saif ul Maluk. It is approximately 5290 meters (17,356 feet) above sea level and 6 km from Saif ul Maluk Lake. Hike and trekking to that place can be tiresome, and tourists are often stunned by looking at the peak of Saif ul Maluk and taking a walk in the park to get to that place.

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