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Top 5 Must Visit Places in Hunza Valley

Pakistan has never lagged behind when it comes to geographical and architectural beauty. Blessed with countless places boasting majestic and breathtaking views, it is inevitable that our country has the potential to generate massive revenues through tourism. Home to some of the highest peaks in the world, rare topography and lively people, Pakistan attracts the locals and foreigners alike to spend their vacations in different parts of the country. One of the most popular tourist destinations where tourists love to spend their holiday is Hunza Valley, which is an ultimate example of “heaven on earth”. Located in the north east of Pakistan, at a height of approximately 8500 feet above sea level, the stunning mountainous valley of Hunza was named as ‘Paradise on Earth’ because of its exceptional beauty. The snow-capped mountains, large glaciers and green fertile valleys make Hunza an ideal place for tourists where they can witness nature at its best. Tripkar brings you a list of must visit places in Hunza valley:

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Gorakh Hill Station: A Trip To Take

When someone plans to spend their vacations in the craziest way possible, trip to various places of Pakistan immediately comes to mind. However, it is not always possible to go for a complete Pakistan tour due to time or budget constraints so it becomes difficult for people to choose between several options. Visiting beautiful hill stations of Pakistan has been a common trend in this country and people tend to have great experiences there. Here is some interesting information by Tripkar regarding Gorakh Hill Station:

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Women on Bike

Aneeqa Ali, besides running an NGO, is a member of Critical Mass Lahore, a  group which gathers women on bike every Sunday morning and explores different parts of the city of Lahore. Aneeqa Ali loves to wander on her bike in the streets of Lahore and explore some beautiful and amazing facts about her city. But, recently, on a fine Sunday morning, she was harassed, hit and injured by a group of men. This incident as a consequence invoked women in all over Pakistan to protest against it, but they find a different way to show their solidarity with Aneeqa. All of the women gathered together and ride their bikes and cycles in the streets of Lahore. They gathered at the roundabout opposite Jalal Sons and peddled their way towards Main Boulevard as onlookers looked on. The gathering was organized by Critical Mass Lahore and Girls at Dhabas to speak out against harassment women face in public places. According to them, the main purpose was to increase acceptability for women being on the roads and to make them feel more comfortable with this idea as well in our patriarchal society.

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