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Group movement on every Thursday. Kumrat is a valley in the (Upper Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. It is one of the scenic valleys of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and a picturesque spot for travelers. Every summer season thousands of tourists from different areas of the country visit to Kumrat valley and enjoy the greenery and cool weather. Jazz Banda, is a large meadow in the upper reaches of Kumrat Valley, Upper Dir District of KhyberPakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 3,100 m above sea level. Katora Lake is an alpine glacial lake located in the upper reaches of Jahaz Banda, The lake is fed by the surrounding melting glacier waters.The word Katora means "bowl" in Pashto.

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<p class="ql-align-justify"><strong>Author: Hassan</strong> Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is one of the most visited provinces of Pakistan with the main tourist spots. The capital being Peshawar, it attracts a lot of indirect tourism. Here is a list of things you can do when in Peshawar:Explore Pakistan’s most ethnically and linguistically diverse cityKnown as the City’s Frontier, located close to the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan, Peshawar is the home to various cultural backgrounds, and the largest city that promotes education, business in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Visit the famous Khyber passKnown as one of the oldest passes in the history of the world, Khyber Pass connects Pakistan and Afghanistan- cutting through a northeastern part of the Spin Ghar Mountains. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">Throughout history it is known to be one of the most strategic passes that has connected Pakistan to the trade of Central Asia and South Asia. Although it was one of the top tourist spots, it has now been banned due to the takeover by Taliban, curbing the flow of tourism. Bala Hisar Fort Known as the elevated fort, bala Hisaar is one of the most eye-catching and historic places of Peshawar. Initially to open for tourism, the KPK Government of tehreek-e-Insaaf has proposed the government to make it one of the tourist spot. Telling us the story of the Durrani Empire, Bala Hisaar Fort is one the places a person has to visit once in Peshawar.Try Charsi TikkaA famous afghan dish spread all over Asia, Charsi tikka is one of the most famous dishes of Peshawar that one has to try. At the Khyber Charsi Restaurant, one gets to try one of the most mouthwatering and scrumptious tikka, they have ever tried.Visit the Qissa Khawani Bazaar Known as the Piccadilly of Peshawar, Qissa Bazar is the bazaar of the story tellers. It is a must visit for the tourists due to its historical value and heritage and its ambiance. History claims that before the Qissa Khawani Massacre, it the hub for business men, who used to do business during days and tell stories at night, sitting by the fire and drinking Qahwa. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">Things to do in Qissa Khawani are endless, start with visiting the bazaar, have the Qahwa, buy brass items, visit old Inns, buy their unique clay pots to name a few. Visit the Peshawar museum Created in the memory of Queen Victoria, it was established in 1907. Over a 100 years old, this is one of the museums that one should visit when in Pakistan. Portraying a combination of the British, Muslims and Hindus architectural styles, 14,000 items, art, sculptures, coins, manuscripts, statues, and ancient books, early versions of the Holy Quran, weapons, dresses, jewelry, Kalash effigies, inscriptions, paintings of the Mughal and later periods, household materials and pottery, as well as local and Persian handicrafts.Buddhist StupasOn the outskirts of the city, are the remains of one of the oldest Buddhist Stupa, aging back to 2AD. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">It is one of the most visited sights of Peshawar, attracting locals as well as foreigners especially Hindus.Once magnificent with its double storied pavilions and high corner towers, all that remains now is the foundation of the Monastery which still attracts thousands of visitors to appreciate the once magnificent building.These are some of the things one should definitely do when in Peshawar. Each of these places have a charm and importance of their own, and of not visited, then leaves a void that cannot be filled.https:&#x2F;&#x2F;travel.jumia.com&#x2F;blog&#x2F;pk&#x2F;the-borders-of-pakistan-1450</p>

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Stay with Eagles Nest Resort and discover the nature of Chitral . Our contemporary resort is located in the middle of Chitral.

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Hindu Kush Heights reflects the peace, serenity and the unique culture of Chitral the moment you step into the hotel.

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Every place has its own unique culture and art that is preserved in different forms. Chitral Museum is truly a preserver of its ancestor’s art that is left for the future generation. The Museum built on 8 July 2010 and the main idea was to maintain the cultural heritage for the tourist.  The museum is divided into two different section that is Ethnological Gallery and Archaeological & Kalash Gallery. In its first section, we encounter the jewellery, instruments furniture of the ancestor that was used in 12 century. On the other hand, things are related to the Kalash that shows the cultural heritage of Greek. Notable, the things that are concerned to their God and Goddess. .

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Tirich Mir is the highest mountain of the Hindu Kush range, and the highest mountain in the world outside of the Himalayas and Karakoram range, located in Chitral District of Pakistan. The mountain overlooks Chitral town and can be easily seen from the main bazaar. The last village in Chitral before reaching Tirich Mir is the village of Tirich. It is located in Mulkow. The people there speak the Khowar language. The residents are available for hire as porters and tourist guides and will lead trekkers part way up the mountain, but there is a point beyond which they will not go. It is believed the origin of the name Tirich Mir is King of Tirich as Tirich is the name of a side valley of the Mulkhow valley of Chitral which leads up to Tirich Mir. An alternative etymology derives this name from the Wakhi language. In Wakhi, trich means shadow or darkness and mir means king, so Tirich Mir means king of darkness. It could have gotten this name as it creates long shadows on the Wakhan side of its face.

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Hangu is a town in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is the principal city of the Hangu District. The central of Hangu city named Hangu Bazar. Hangu valley is mainly inhabited by the Bangash. Various public and private schools and colleges exist in Hangu district. Recently the government degree college Hangu start BS Hons 4-year program under Kohat University of Science and Technology. There are two government high schools for boys and two for girls in Hangu. The first government high school was built in 1935 in the British era. Two Government Degree colleges for boys and girls and a number of Private institutes are serving well in promoting education in the area.

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Galiyat region, is a narrow strip roughly 50–80 km north-east of Islamabad, extending on both sides of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-Punjab border, between Abbottabad and Murree. The word itself is derived from the plural of the Urdu word Gali. Many of the towns in the area have the word Gali as part of their names and are popular tourist resorts. Localities in the Galyat Ayubia (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Jhika Gali (Punjab) Ghora Gali (Punjab) Bara Gali (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Changla Gali (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Dunga Gali (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Nathia Gali (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Kala Bagh (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa) Thandiani (Khyber-Pukhtunkhwa)

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During British rule, Nowshera was a town and cantonment as well as tehsil of the Peshawar District (later Peshawar Division). The town was on the route of the North-Western Railway and Grand Trunk Road. The population according to the 1901 census of India was 9,518.

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<p><strong>Kaghan Valley</strong> is an alpine-climate valley in Mansehra District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. The tourists from across the country come to visit this place, because of<strong> </strong>the mountains, dales, lakes, water-falls, streams and glaciers which are in an unspoiled paradise. That is why it can be such a deeply satisfying experience to spend a few days in Kaghan. Kaghan is at its best in the summer months (May to September). In May the temperature is&nbsp;: maximum 11oc and the minimum 3oC.</p> <p>Contact us for guidance if anyone plan tour their own!</p> <p><strong>Contact Information:</strong></p> <p>Email: [email protected]</p> <p>Website: <a href="http://www.pimstourism.com">www.pimstourism.com</a></p> <p>Contact No. +92346-9092937</p>

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<p class="ql-align-justify"><strong>Author: Hassan</strong> Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is one of the most visited provinces of Pakistan with the main tourist spots. The capital being Peshawar, it attracts a lot of indirect tourism. Here is a list of things you can do when in Peshawar:Explore Pakistan’s most ethnically and linguistically diverse cityKnown as the City’s Frontier, located close to the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan, Peshawar is the home to various cultural backgrounds, and the largest city that promotes education, business in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Visit the famous Khyber passKnown as one of the oldest passes in the history of the world, Khyber Pass connects Pakistan and Afghanistan- cutting through a northeastern part of the Spin Ghar Mountains. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">Throughout history it is known to be one of the most strategic passes that has connected Pakistan to the trade of Central Asia and South Asia. Although it was one of the top tourist spots, it has now been banned due to the takeover by Taliban, curbing the flow of tourism. Bala Hisar Fort Known as the elevated fort, bala Hisaar is one of the most eye-catching and historic places of Peshawar. Initially to open for tourism, the KPK Government of tehreek-e-Insaaf has proposed the government to make it one of the tourist spot. Telling us the story of the Durrani Empire, Bala Hisaar Fort is one the places a person has to visit once in Peshawar.Try Charsi TikkaA famous afghan dish spread all over Asia, Charsi tikka is one of the most famous dishes of Peshawar that one has to try. At the Khyber Charsi Restaurant, one gets to try one of the most mouthwatering and scrumptious tikka, they have ever tried.Visit the Qissa Khawani Bazaar Known as the Piccadilly of Peshawar, Qissa Bazar is the bazaar of the story tellers. It is a must visit for the tourists due to its historical value and heritage and its ambiance. History claims that before the Qissa Khawani Massacre, it the hub for business men, who used to do business during days and tell stories at night, sitting by the fire and drinking Qahwa. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">Things to do in Qissa Khawani are endless, start with visiting the bazaar, have the Qahwa, buy brass items, visit old Inns, buy their unique clay pots to name a few. Visit the Peshawar museum Created in the memory of Queen Victoria, it was established in 1907. Over a 100 years old, this is one of the museums that one should visit when in Pakistan. Portraying a combination of the British, Muslims and Hindus architectural styles, 14,000 items, art, sculptures, coins, manuscripts, statues, and ancient books, early versions of the Holy Quran, weapons, dresses, jewelry, Kalash effigies, inscriptions, paintings of the Mughal and later periods, household materials and pottery, as well as local and Persian handicrafts.Buddhist StupasOn the outskirts of the city, are the remains of one of the oldest Buddhist Stupa, aging back to 2AD. </p><p class="ql-align-justify">It is one of the most visited sights of Peshawar, attracting locals as well as foreigners especially Hindus.Once magnificent with its double storied pavilions and high corner towers, all that remains now is the foundation of the Monastery which still attracts thousands of visitors to appreciate the once magnificent building.These are some of the things one should definitely do when in Peshawar. Each of these places have a charm and importance of their own, and of not visited, then leaves a void that cannot be filled.https:&#x2F;&#x2F;travel.jumia.com&#x2F;blog&#x2F;pk&#x2F;the-borders-of-pakistan-1450</p>

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Bab e Khyber is a monument which stands at the entrance of the Khyber Pass in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan. The gate is immediately west of Peshawar, while the historic Jamrud Fort is adjacent to the gate. The gate was built in 1964 by the military government of Ayub Khan. Khyber Gate is considered to be the most famous post-independence structure in Khyber Agency.

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Checked in to Bannu - Kohat Rd, Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

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