Naran Tour


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Naran is the most suitable spot to enjoy cool weather in the summer season. Naran tour includes sight seeing of Shogran meadows, Siri and Paya plateaus, Saiful Mulook, Lulusar lakes, and Babusar Pass. Winter tours will cover upper Kaghan valley has another flavor for adventure and thrill-seekers as the valley offers various trekking opportunities around the season. These famous trekking routes include Ratti Gali, Doodhi Pat Sar, Saral Gali, Noori Pass, Aansoo Jheel, Kuch Gali & Siran Col while trekking peaks of Makra & Musa Ka Musalla are most admirable attractions for amateur trekkers.


Passing through Kaghan, the first spot that comes in our way is Kawai. Kawai is located at a distance of 24 kilometers from Balakot and is residence to a small number of people. The track that passes through Kawai passes through thick forests of pine and is very feasible to landslides in damp weather.


Going From Balakot to Naran We first pass through Kaghan Valley which is considered to be an ornament amongst the majestic valleys of the Mansehra district in Pakistan. The valley is roughly 160 kilometers vast and is a favorite summer holiday resort for tourists from both within the country and abroad.


Shogran is a meadow situated on a green plateau in the passage to Kaghan Valley, at a height of 2,362 meters above sea level in the KP province of Pakistan. This marvelous spectacle of Nature is only 10 km from Kiwai village and 34 km distant from Balakot city. The road from Islamabad to Kiwai is metalled and measures 212 km. From Shogran, you can hire a jeep or horse or hike to several charming neighborhoods like Siri, Paye and Makra Peak

Siri and Paye Meadows

Pond of freshwater is located in Siri plateau is located above Shogran, on the passage to Payee in Kaghan Valley, KP, Pakistan. It is almost 2590 meters high from sea level Payee Lake is situated in the center of meadow in Payee, above Shogran in Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. Its height from sea level is almost 2895 meters.


The passage to Naran valley progresses alongside the River Kunhar which flows deep down in Mansehra. Some hotels are situated at the banks of the river and What a refreshing sight it is. At night you hearing the sound of water flowing and colliding with the stones gives great pleasure. During day time you can relish fishing in the river. Just sit by the river and putting your feet under fresh and the cool water of River will make you feel like you have immersed them in some canal as paradise. You will feel dark in Naran valley in the afternoon because these high mountains will stop sunlight to reach in the valley.

Babusar Top

Babusar top one of those quite few places. Babusar top is an old route that connects Naran Valley with Gilgit-Baltistan (Chilas District). This route continues open approximately from end May to November; the surplus of the year it is closed due to heavy snow in the area. Babusar Top, the junction point is 65 km from Naran city and 42 from the Chilas where it joins Indus River. Beware, the decline from Babusar Top towards Chilas side is very sloppy, one of the steepest that you might ever come across as you waste around 9000 ft in 42 km. Be very positive that the hurdles of your vehicle are in perfect condition. Due to extreme use, the brakes normally heat up and therefore, time rest and minimum use of brakes moving in 4x4 / low gear are recommended. This portion is very accident-prone. There are many stores at the top where you can get enough to eat through the rates are on the higher side. Dayzeye suggests to you that you should have your own food to eat which you can purchase from Naran valley.

Saif-ul-Mulook Lake

Saif-ul-Muluk is placed in the Mansehra district of KPK, about 9 kilometers and 5.6 miles north of Naran, in the north part of Kaghan Valley. Malika Parbat, the most leading peak in the valley is near the lake. The lake is available from the nearby town of Naran throughout the summer season but path during winter is limited. Saiful Muluk was made by glacial moraines that blocked the water of the river passing through the valley. The Kaghan Valley was made in the greater Pleistocene Era beginning back around 300,000 years when the area was closed with ice. Rising colds and falling glaciers left a large dent where glaciers once stood. Flowing water collected into the lake.

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