By Imran Ahmad on November 12, 2012
Maheen Lake Supat Valley – Kaghan Kohistan
By Tahir on September 19, 2011
Naran (September 18, 2011) – International and local Pakistani cyclists compete during the Himalayas 2011 International Mountainbike Race in the mountainous area of Lake Saif-ul-Maluk in Pakistan’s tourist region of Naran in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
By Tahir on June 12, 2011
Three day Kaghan Tourism Festival (Mela) will be held at Naran from 24 to 26 June, 2011
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By Tahir on June 8, 2011
Lake (Jheel) Saiful Mulook is at the height of 10578 feet above sea level. Naran Hotels Association, Jeep Drivers Associations & FWO has jointly worked on this road. Jeep fare has been set by jeep driver association Rs. 1500 to Rs. 1700 per jeep per round trip.
By Tahir on January 15, 2011
In Pakistan, Kaghan Valley of Mansehra District of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Province Jheel (lake) Saif ul malook has been covered with snow due to heavy snow falling in January 2011.
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By Tahir on January 14, 2011
Second Spell of Snowfall in Murree, Kashmir, Swat and Gilgit Baltistan starts from january 13, 2011:
By Tahir on April 11, 2010
Malika-e-Parbat (Queen of the mountains) at the height of 5,290 meters or 17,356 feet. It is the highest peak in Kaghan Valley (NWFP), Pakistan about six km south of Saiful Mulook Lake near Ansoo Lake.
By Tahir on April 9, 2010
“Ansoo” and “Sat Sri Mala” lakes were discovered just two years back. You can see few photos of these lakes at some general stors in Naran. One has to go through camping and trekking to reach these destinations.
By Tahir on April 6, 2010
Kunhar River is also known as Nain Sukh Persian: “eye’s repose” . It is 166 kilometers (103 miles) long river, located in North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan. The river originates from Lulusar lake, nearly 48km from Naran Valley
By Tahir on April 4, 2010
Shogran is a beautiful village situated on a green plateau in the kaghan Valley, Mansehra, northern Pakistan at a height of 2,362 meters above sea level. The village was affected by the earthquake of 2005 when some building were damaged. It is only 10 km from Kiwai village