The month of August is associated with the transitional phase of seasons from summer to autumn. So this month offers lovely and pleasing weather in many places of Pakistan especially in the Northern regions. The trip to these places can result in many memorable experiences. Tripkarao, a premium travel companion, has chalked out all of the best places one can visit in August. Along with that, the plan itinerary provided to the valuable customers also has enlisted recreational activities that can be experienced while set off on the trip. Thus, Tripkarao plans to be the reason of its customer’s happiness by providing them with a skillfully chalked out plan for travelling and exploring the mesmerizing locations in Pakistan, that are yet to be praised and experienced by YOU.
August is all set to give you the best memorable experience possible, only if you choose to pick Tripkarao as your travel agent. Be it, families or individuals, the trips can be planned accordingly resulting in sheer satisfaction of the customers. Many activities like trekking, crabbing, paragliding, Paramotoring, archery, and many more await you and your vacational trip to the following places. Do not overthink! Go ahead, be the valuable customers and Tripkarao gives you the word of experiencing a fun and memorable trip.
In Balochistan, lies an enthralling ravine Chootak that is located more than 80 km away from Khuzdar, in a tehsil Moola. Moola is a historical place of a 2,000-year-old civilization, where Khuzdar’s Largest River flows throughout the year. The cascading waterfall Moola Chootak is at an elevation of 1,237 km and is surrounded by cliffs, salt mines, and mountains making it a breath-taking sight worth seeing. People en route to Moola Chootak opt for the ‘Moola Pass’ course (the gateway between Sindh and Iran) as it is the shortest distance between Balochistan and Sindh.
Not only the mesmeric natural beauty of Moola Chootak compels the visitors to be in awe, but also the enjoyment of fishing as well as eating fresh mangoes of Moola, goes along with it. This waterfall portrays the look of an umbrella, flowing under two mountains with interacted peaks. Another inspiring fact about Moola Chootak is the warm water temperature in winter and the pleasant water temperature in summer.
Amongst mesmerizing locations of Pakistan also lies the beautiful Malam Jabba. Malam Jabba is a hill station comprising of the Hindu Kush mountain range, located 40km from Saidu Sharif in Swat Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and 314km from Islamabad. This is an exceptional ski resort in Pakistan, which has a historical ring to it too. The history of Malam Jabba goes back 2,000 years when it was land for two Buddhist stupas and six monasteries. The heavy snowfall in winter enhances the fun of skiing in Malam Jabba from a maximum height of 2804 m and on a slope of almost 800 m. Malam Jabba is not a site for skiing only but also can be taken up as an ice skating and trekking site. The glimpse of Malam Jabba is a scene to be reckoned with because of its snow-peaked mountains standing on a white blanket, kissing the rich blue sky.
One of the famous places of Pakistan, for having the wonders of natural beauty is the Naltar Valley. A valley that is located on the outskirts of Gilgit at a distance of 34 km from Karakoram Highway, Gilgit. The venture of going to Naltar Valley is also full of thrill and enjoyment as to a certain point the car is no longer reachable and jeeps are arranged to take the passengers up to the mesmeric Naltar Valley. Where once reached, makes the visitors be in awe of its enthralling forest, majestically shaped mountains, and entrancing running water. Despite many natural astonishments, Naltar Valley is mostly renowned for being home to three lakes- collectively known as the ‘Bashkiri Lakes’.
This exotic valley is always a recreational place to visit any time of the year. As the summer and spring offer lush green forests and gardens, crystal blue running water, and pleasant sunny-windy weather. In winter and Autumn, there are scenic snow-peaked mountains, and alluring frozen water and it becomes an enjoyable skiing spot, giving away every possible reason to visit Naltar Valley.
A place full of exquisite nature, one that is claimed to be heaven on Earth is none other than Hunza. Hunza, at an elevation of 2,438 m, lies in Northern Gilgit Baltistan and is bordering China in the North-East. It holds a Buddhist historical significance and has many preserved archeological sites, which also contribute to making it a touristic place. There is a 100% literacy rate and the people of Hunza are very much concerned about the beauty this region acquires and make the effort to not be negligent towards preserving it.
Hunza valley has beautiful meadows laden with exquisite flowers showing off several colors, a mesmeric crystal blue covering of the sky, and mountains inhabited by lush green, orange, and brown-leafed trees. On a trip to Hunza, one feels enchanted by the beautiful surroundings he experiences and feels secluded from all the worries of life. Hunza has a vibrant landscape that is divided into three regions Upper Hunza, Central Hunza, and Lower Hunza. This land is also home to an ancient Baltit castle, ancient watchtowers, and the great Altit Fort.
Written By: Aleen Tariq