For most of us, spring brings a kind of joy that no other weather could. It brings about an air of love, peace and harmony, an air of colors and best of all, a much-awaited respite from the biting cold. Springs in Pakistan are arguably the best in the region, and such weather obviously calls for adventures and sightseeing. Tripkar brings you a list of places for you to visit during spring season in Pakistan:
Some call it the eighth wonder of the world, and not without reason. Built by almost superhuman effort, this is a highway that will tempt all those with a flair for adventure. We recommend it for your spring trip because the roads up north are finally cleared of snow and there is a very minor chance of being stuck in a landslide. The highway offers some of the most amazing views and eventually leads to the scenic region of Gilgit Baltistan.
The mountainous terrain of the region, including four of the world’s 14 Eight-thousander peaks (8,000 m and above), attracts the attention of tourists, trekkers and mountaineers from around the world. The beautiful Satpara Lake, Shigar Fort and Kachura Lake make it a must visit location.
Being a fan of green meadows, Paye is a dream come true for a person like me. The field is a lush green plateau, and it is perched high up in the sky, far away from the exhausting urban life. Visiting Paye is almost like going back in time, as you smell all the flowers and notice the all the beauty that nature has to offer.
You may feel like attractions from Gilgit Baltistan received a little too much credit in this article, but that is only because these locations are just so mesmerizing. Deosai is the world’s highest level field. The huge field has all kinds of flowers and lush green grass. It even has a lake. The plains are frequented by thousands of tourists every summer so if you want to avoid having to deal with obnoxious tourists, we would suggest you go there in spring.
One of the liveliest places during spring season in Pakistan is rural Punjab. Spring is welcomed by the locals by celebrating all kinds of festivals. Fields of crops are full of excited farmers, and there is a sweet smell in the air that just creates a sudden urge to go about frolicking in the fields. Many religious festivals, urs, are also held during spring in this particular region, thus making up another reason for visiting this part of the country.
Let’s head up north once again, this time to Hunza. This district of Gilgit Baltistan is considered by many to be the summer capital of north and is one of the most beautiful places to visit during spring season in Pakistan. Its terraced fields and fresh-water springs are a treat for all those looking to relax in the quaint beauty of nature.
Remember that these are just some of the places are country has to offer. There are numerous other examples which are just as beautiful, and perhaps best left unsaid because some places in life should not be read about – but rather discovered. So book a tour online with Tripkar to enjoy some of the most beautiful places the country has to offer.