Hunza is home to the Karakorum mountain range and the glaciers of Batura, Hoper, Passu and Ghulkin. Hunza draws nature lovers, explorers and hikers from around the world.
Azad Kashmir is the least known area of Northern Pakistan. This is a pity, as it's valleys, still heavily forested, rival those of Kaghan and Swat in splendor and claim noteworthy alpine scenery.
Gilgit is rich with history from passing by Buddhist monks and the marvelling Karakoram Highway, provides a good base station for traveling to the mountains and lakes in the area.
Murree became a popular tourist destination for the British within British India. It's no wonder with the vast panorama of forest clad ridges and majestic pines on thickly wooded slopes that are a feast for the eyes.
Swat is a land that shines with fruit laden orchards, flower filled slopes, meandering rivers, tumbling streams and is surrounded by the mighty ranges of the Hindu Kush and the Karakoram.
Lahore is a historic cultural centre. Having been controlled by numerous empires throughout the course of its history, it’s bustling streets and colourful bazaars are combined with a mélange of British culture and Mughal heritage.