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Zood Khun: An organic village in the northern areas of Pakistan

At the top of Upper Hunza in an area called Gojal, Zood Khun stretches in Chapursan Valley. Staying almost at the highest limit where the vegetation of mountain oasis grows up, it is a village having numerous characteristics in common with other Wakhi settlements of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and, likely, China (though, not directly observed in this last country).

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Things to consider before planing Vaishno Devi Yatra in Jammu Kashmir

The Journey from Katra town to Vaishno Devi (Durbar) is 13 kms, which has to be traversed by pony, 'dandi' or on foot. 'Pithus' (coolies) are also available.

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Most beautiful 25 Destinations to visit in Jammu Kashmir

Kathua… Enthralling Expedition Experience Owing to the existence of a large number of Sufi shrines, Kathua is dubbed as the City of Sufis. The city is beautifully situated on the bank of river and offers itself as one of the best places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir.

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Top Cheapest Countries to travel in 2019-20

According to the Cost of Living Index, these 12 countries are the cheapest countries to travel, ranked according to prices of food, accommodation and transportation prices. So if you're a shoestring traveller, be sure to hit up one of these countries

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Best Places in Pakistan to Visit in winters

Pakistan is a country in South Asia with many beautiful places to explore and visit. You can explore the world’s 2nd largest salt mine as well as the world’s 9th largest desert.

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Trek to Ratti Gali from Dowarian and Hotels

There are jeeps available at Dowarian towards Ratti Gali Lake. The jeep would take PKR 5,500 on same day return & PKR 7,500 for next day return from the Lake.

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Ratti Gali Lake of Neelum Valley Kashmir

You can reach these three small lakes mentioned below from Dowarian, a small but mesmerizing town of Neelum Valley. From Dowarian Ratti Gali lake is about 18 KM but it takes almost four hours to reach the base camp of Ratti Gali because of unmetalled road and only 4x4 Jeep can be reached there. It took a whole day to spend on Ratti Gali.

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Things to Know about Ratti Gali Lake

The intense land scene makes trekking the principal elective through which one can visit Ratti Gali Lake. The high stature makes it an infrequent lake which isn’t open in the winter season.

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What are the best places to visit in Neelum Valley?

In Neelum Valley you can visit Ratti Gali Lake, Kel, Kutton, Tao Butt, Keran & Upper Neelum, Muzaffarabad, Kundal Shahi, Sharda, Arang Kel.

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Places you should know before visiting Neelum Valley

While travelling to Neelum Vally make sure you have got your SCOM Sim from Muzaffarabad, and if you haven't get it yet. No need to worry, you can also get it from here in 200 PKR.

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TOP 10 TOURISM ATTRACTIONS IN PAKISTAN

Neelam Valley is famous for its mineral mines. This land has many fruits like, Apples, Walnuts, Plums and Apricots which are of great in taste. In short, I can say that the whole valley is a gift of beautiful and fascinating scenery from nature.

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3 Days Trip to Neelum Valley

Sharda is one of the two administrative centres (tehsil) in the Neelam district. When in Sharda, visit the ruins of Sharada Peeth a famous temple and Hindu pilgrimage site.

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9 Amazing Places of Neelum Valley to visit

There are extremely exuberant sites in Neelum valley to visit which is soothing to the eyes. Even the glance of these places is going to bring all the peace in this world to you. People treat themselves by visiting such fascinating areas. Let us virtually experience the flavour of Neelum Valley.

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Things to know before visiting Neelam Valley Kashmir

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TOP TEN PLACES TO VISIT IN NEELUM VALLEY

Dhani Waterfall is about 30 Kilometers from Muzaffarabad, a beautiful waterfall with 15 meters fall. From the month of March to June in every season water flow remains good but in July to onwards water level remains low.

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A complete travel guide to the beautiful Neelum Valley

Named after the Neelum River, the Neelum Valley is a 144 km long bow-shaped forested region in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In terms of scenic beauty, the Neelum Valley leaves regular tourist spots such as Swat and Chitral far behind, but the security situation with India meant that the Valley was off-limits to tourists for several decades. But tourism is now gradually picking up, and there are numerous tour packages on offer promising to reveal the splendour of the region.

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Ten things you must know before visiting Jagran Valley

You will have to take a left (west) turn when you reach Jagran so as to reach to Kutton which has the beautiful Jagran Hyrdro Power guest house. incase if you dont turn left to Kutton and move ahead (North-east).

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Kutton Resort – A perfect place for summer savvy’s

The road is paved but still, half of it is ramshackle. From Muzaffarabad to Kundal Shai a small town on the way, you can use any vehicle to travel and as well for Kutton resort.

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