From the unending expanse of burning hot sand to fascinating barren landscapes of Cholistan, deserts of Pakistan hold immense importance when it comes to the topography of the country. With golden sand dunes, distant ponds of water and a few lifeless trees, deserts have their own beauty. Adventurous tourists from all over the world visit these deserts, pertaining to the mysterious and perplexing history that has been around for thousand of years.
Boasting a plethora of natural and cultural attractions, tourism in Pakistan is now rising. The country has a lot to offer: from majestic valleys to historical landmarks, rich culture to friendly people, Pakistan is one of those countries where one is likely to have a totally unforgettable experience.
One of the most-visited tourist spots in Pakistan, Skardu, is situated amidst snow clad mountain peaks and picturesque sceneries. From pleasant weather to beautiful resorts and sightseeing, Skardu Pakistan is considered ‘Heaven on Earth’. To help you decide your accommodation which best suits your preferences, we bring you a list of top budget hotels in Skardu:
Dispersed with beauty, Pakistan is one of those countries which consists of varying yet beautiful landscapes and topography in all of its provinces. This beauty of nature is embedded in sparkling sand of deserts, sky high peaks of mountains, scenic valleys and gushing rivers. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan are known for their weather and magical sceneries and wonders of the world such as Shandur Polo Ground, Karakorum Highway etc. Amidst these myriad places which will make you fall in love with nature all along – lies the city of history and culture, Balakot.
Situated at the highest point in Sindh, about 5700 feet high, is the beautiful site of Gorakh Hills, also known as the ‘Murree’ of Sindh. A place to dwell in, Gorakh Hills host lofty mountain peaks, pleasant weather and flowing rivers meandering around vast green meadows. One of the most-visited tourist spot, Gorakh Hill Station features various activities including hiking and trekking and a haven to escape from the scorching heat, which engulfs Sindh, during summers.