Top 10 Best Places to Enjoy Snowfall in Pakistan

 

10 Ziarat

 

Ziarat is one of the most beautiful sites in Balochistan, and the greatest thing is that it is much more lovely in the winter. It receives a lot of snow, and everything is coated with it. It is a must-see destination since it is one of the few spots in Pakistan’s south that receives snow.

9 Hunza Valley

Gilgit Baltistan’s Hunza Valley is a hilly valley. Many people consider Hunza Valley to be a tiny slice of heaven on Earth, and it’s easy to see why because it’s so beautiful. Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Attabad Lake, Karimabad, Borith Lake, Rakaposhi Peak, and Rush Lake are some of the beautiful sites in Pakistan that attract tourists.

8 Skardu

Skardu is open every day of the year. Due to frequent weather changes, aviation travel becomes uncertain in the winter. The lone PIA flight is usually delayed or cancelled owing to severe weather. By road, there are no impediments to travel. Skardu is available for tourists in the winter. During the months of December and January, the city of Skardu receives a lot of snow. This makes life extremely difficult, and individuals prefer to withdraw. During the winter, though, everything changes around Skardu. The cold drives wild creatures to descend down from the mountains in quest of food, while lakes freeze, rivers freeze on their banks, and mountains are completely blanketed in snow.

7 Naltar Valley

In the summer, Naltar Valley, an isolated valley in Gilgit, is noted for its lush vegetation, emerald lake, pine trees, and mountains. Camping is a popular option for people to escape the heat. However, in the winter, this lovely region transforms into a winter wonderland. Pak Army has built ski slopes that attract many families and sports enthusiasts.

6 Naran Kaghan

Due to its cold temperature, Naran Kaghan is a popular tourist destination throughout the year. An great location for honeymooners and the finest location for photo opportunities. Shogran, Siri Paye, Saiful Malook Lake, Babusar Top, Ansoo Lake, Batakundi, and Lulusar Lake are just a few of the lovely spots in Naran Kaghan.

5 Chitral

Chitral is the capital of the Chitral district and a fantastic winter vacation destination. The finest place for skiing and trekking, however owing to severe snowfall in the winter, hiking is not feasible. Beautiful scenery and hilly locations are well-known. Visit the famed Kailash winter festival and taste Chitrali food. Kalash Valley, Chitral Fort, Chitral National Park, Bumburet, and Chitral Museum are some of the great sites to see in Chitral.

4 Kalam Valley

Kalam is a valley in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, 99 kilometres from Mingora, in the northern upper parts of the Swat valley, on the bank of the Swat River. The mountains, woods, and lakes in the area have made it a popular tourist destination. The weather in Kalam Valley is extremely cold in the winter, with temperatures down below zero degrees. So, for the Kalam Valley trip, pack some additional woolly garments in your suitcase.

3  Malam Jabba

Malam Jabba is a well-known Pakistani ski resort and the finest place to come in the winter. Thousands of visitors, both Pakistani and international, visit Malam Jabba every year. Zip line, skiing, ice skating, and cable cars are all popular activities at Malam Jabba. Visit Malam Jabba in the winter and try skiing. In the winter, Malam Jabba is rarely very busy.

2 Nathia Gali

Another beautiful spot to visit in the winter is Nathia Gali. A well-known hill station near Abbottabad, situated in the heart of the Galyat range. The temperature in Nathia Gali is chilly in the summer, therefore visitors come here frequently. During the winter, though, there is a lot of rain and the temperature dips below zero degrees. Nathia Gali is known for its picturesque splendour, fascinating sceneries, and trekking trails. Tourists can rent houses, motels, and cottages, all of which are reasonably priced. The ancient St. Matthews Church in Nathia Gali is located near Nathia Gali Park.

1 Murree

Murree, also known as Malka-e-Kohsar, is Pakistan’s queen of hill stations and the greatest tourist attraction. Everyone, from children to adults, adores Murree and wishes to spend their vacations there. Murree is a site where you don’t need to hire a tour guide, and travellers from the Twin Cities may easily visit in a day. Tourists are drawn to the area because of the lush green mountains, pine woods, picturesque vistas, and nice weather. Kashmir Point, Pindi Point, Mall Road, Patriata, Ayubia, Bhurban, Dunga Gali, Bara Gali, and Sangrela Park are the most popular Murree attractions. Many budget-friendly eateries are accessible in Murree, allowing you to quickly fulfil your appetite.