Lakes
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Allah Wali Lake

hiper centro inca Allah Wali jeel also called “Allah named Lack” is one of the ancient tourist spots of Astore Valley. It is at the end of the Perishing valley in Gotomsar town, a 45-minute drive away from the Astore. The name Allah written by the river is famous because the river passes only through the vast aisle in the huge greenfield, This aisle is in a zigzag manner and the name of Allah becomes obvious if it is looked at from some altitude. The greenfield is nearly 5,000 m2 bounded by the high-altitude mountains.

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Ansoo Lake

Ansoo Lake is a high-altitude lake located in the Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is located at an altitude of 4,126 meters near the Malika Parbat in the Himalayan range. This lake is considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. The name “Ansoo” comes from its tear-like shape. The lake also resembles a human eye with a central ice island resembling the iris and a ridge resembling an eyebrow. There is no place to stay at Ansoo Lake.

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Attabad Lake

Attabad Lake is an amazingly beautiful lake in Pakistan. It is also famous as “Gojal Lake” and is present in Gojal Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan. This lake was a result of a massive landslide that shook the valley in January 2010. Consequently, people use to cross Attabad Lake using a boat. But in September 2015 a road tunnel was also built. Attabad Lake became a popular tourist spot with time.

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Baghsar Lake

Baghsar is a lake situated at 975 m above sea level in the Samahni Valley, Bhimber District. The lake is roughly half a kilometer long and overlooks the Bandala Valley. The lake is a popular tourist destination. Many local and migratory birds, especially ducks and geese, inhabit the lake.

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Banjosa Lake

It is situated 20 kilometers from Rawalakot at an altitude of 1981 meters. Its picturesque beauty and impressive surrounding is compelling and attract tourists to reach here and enjoy nature. Amidst the captivating beauty of Banjosa, the artificial lake reflects the dense forests standing along with the surroundings of the resting calm waters of Banjosa Lake.

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Bashigram Lake

Located in Bashigram village, on the eastern side of Madyan valley. The lake is surrounded by the snowclad mountain range and the giant glacier that has never melted makes Bashigram khwarh which ultimately forms Cheryll khwarh in Madyan. The total trekking distance is about 8 km and takes about 6 hours to reach there from Kas banda a small human settlement.

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Borith Lake

Borith Lake is a lake in Gilgit–Baltistan, Pakistan. Borith is a hamlet in the surroundings of the Borith Lake to the northwest of Husseini, a village near Gulmit, Gojal, in the upper Hunza. The altitude of Borith is roughly 2,600 m above sea level. It lies approximately 2 km to the north of Ghulkin, a saline body of water occupying a small hollow at an elevation of 2,500 meters. The lake can be reached via a 2 km unpaved jeep route from Husseini village, which lies adjacent to Ghulkin village.

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Chitta Katha Lake

It is also among the notable lakes in Pakistan. Chitta Katha means “White Stream”. It is a deep bowl-shaped water reservoir in Shounter Valley, Azad Kashmir. The lake lies in the middle of snow-peaked mountains and wild rocky terrain. Therefore, this Lake is accessible via Kel, Azad Kashmir.

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Daral Lake

Daral Lake is also known as Daral Dand is an alpine scenic lake on the hilltop of Bahrain a region of Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. It is situated to the northeast of Saidgai Lake. The lake appears as a giant amoeba-like in shape and stretched over a huge area. Near the lake, there is an ancient mosque where shepherds and visitors offer their prayers and use it as a resting place for the night.

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Derlay Lake

Derlay Lake is situated in Derlay village in Rattu valley. The flood in early 2005 the fresh flood from green mountains chocked the main Derlay River and most of the village submerged into the giant lake and it expended up to 6 km towards Gomay village. This lake has been surrounded by thick Forest Mountains and green postural mountains. The Mountain peaks are under the snow during the month of July and August.

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Dharamsar Lake

Dharamsar is an alpine lake in the Kaghan Valley in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located approximately 4,100 meters above sea level to the left of Babusar Top going eastwards from Chilas on the Karakoram Highway, next to the larger Sambaksar and Ganai Gali. Dharamsar lake is located close to the border of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Jammu and Kashmir just south of the meeting point of all three of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan.

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Drigh Lake

Drigh Lake is a favorable area for resident and winter migratory birds like night heron, grey heron, purple heron, great white egret, little egret, painted anipe, mallard, gadwall, pintail, shoveller, common teal, tufted duck, wigeon, osprey, marsh harrier, white-breasted kingfisher, pied kingfisher, small blue kingfisher, purple gallinule, white-breasted waterhen, moorhen, cormorant, common pochard, pied harrier, crow pheasant, darter, garganey, ferruginous duck, greater spotted eagle, moorhen, marbled teal, and coot.

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Dudipatsar Lake

Dudipatsar Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan. It is also famous as Dudipat Lake. The lake lies between snow-peaked mountains and shaded valleys in Lulusar-Dudipatsar National Park. “Dudi” means white, “Pat” means mountain, and “Sar” means lake. This lake lies in the North of Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The flora and fauna of Dudipatsar Lake are also beautiful and vast.

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Fort Munro Lake

Fort Munro also is known as Tuman Leghari, is a hill station, located at a height of 6,470 feet above sea level in Dera Ghazi Khan. It attracts many people for short stays during the hot summer. It is around 85 kilometers from Dera Ghazi Khan city, Punjab, Pakistan, and about 185 kilometers from Multan in Sulaiman Mountain range. The people of Fort Munro are nomads, especially of the Leghari tribe.

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Ganga Lake

Ganga Lake or Ganga Sar is a high-altitude lake located in the Bagh Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is near Ganga Choti Peak in the Himalayan range. The lake is accessible from Bagh by a Jeep track.

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Garam Chashma

The Hot Springs which are popularly known as Garam Chashma is a unique attraction. Located 45 km from the main Chitral city, the hot springs have been a major tourist attraction due to their natural healing powers. The water composition contains high concentrations of sulfur which aid in the healing of various skin diseases and other physical ailments such as headaches and joint pain. Roads leading to Garam Chashma are in considerably good conditions and it takes around 1.5 hours to reach.

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Ghorashi Lake

Shah Faisal Masjid is the greatest mosque in Pakistan, Completed in 1986, it was laid out by a Turkish engineer, shaped like a leave Bedouin’s tent with the four minarets which add to its magnificence and make it as a striking picture of Islamabad all through the world. The task of the Shah Faisal Mosque was finished with the monetary help of Saudi Arabia. It is the considerable draftsman place of the present time. It is prescribed that at whatever point you have an opportunity to visit Islamabad you should visit Shah Faisal Mosque.

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Hadero Lake

Hadero Lake is located in Thatta District about 85 km to the east of Karachi. Hadero is an important brackish water wetland of Sindh, where a variety of waterfowl prefer to pass their time. It is at Hadero that one is more likely to see Swans, Storks, Cranes, and feeding flocks of Pelicans.

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Haleji Lake

Haleji Lake, some 85 KM from Karachi on the National Highway. Lies directly on the International flyway No. 4, a route taken by migratory birds annually. During World War II American & British troops were stationed in Karachi, therefore a feeder canal from River Indus was introduced on a war footing for water supply.

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Hamal Lake

Hamal Lake is situated in Qambar Shahdadkot District in Sindh, Pakistan, 58 km from Larkana city and 40 km from Qambar town. The length of the lake is 25 km and the width is 10 km and has a surface area of 2965 acres. It is a freshwater lake and the main source of water are the streams that come through from Kirthar Mountains.

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Handarap Lake

Handarap Lake is a high-altitude water reservoir situated in the Shandur Valley in Ghizer, the westernmost part of Gilgit-Baltistan, the northernmost part of Pakistan. The lake is an important source of fresh water and also a tourist attraction. It houses trout originating in the rivers.

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Hannah Lake

The Hannah Lake, Quetta – This is how the Hannah Lake looks in winters, frozen, frosted, and astounding. This is where people from all over Pakistan go first when they visit Quetta. Only about 18km away from the city, Hannah Lake serves as the perfect escape for the locals.

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Izmis Lake

Izmis Lake is a lake in Swat District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, located to the southwest of Utror valley at a high altitude of 11500 feet above the tree line. Izmis lake reflects the images of the surrounding mountains reflecting image like a mirror. The trek to the lake is full of lush green forests and unbelievable meadows, which mesmerize the tourist with its insane natural beauty.

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Jahlar Lake

One can experience the peace and natural beauty of visiting Jahlar lake and it creates a feeling of deep calm. It is one of the least visited lakes of the valley mainly because of its location. The lake is situated near the village of Jahlar. Its area underwater is approximately 148 acres. In winter, birds from distant places migrate to this lake and in summer they make their return back to their native countries. The water is strongly acidic and one can wash clothes with its water without any soup.

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Jarba So Lake

The picturesque Jarba So Lake is fed by crystal clear spring water. It is located just before the confluence of the Shigar and Indus River and provides a superb fishing, picnic, swimming, and bird-watching spot, particularly in summer. You can reach one h from Shigar by Jeep.

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Kallar Kahar Lake

The saltwater lake which is more than 1000 feet above sea level, is one of the 17 wetlands in Punjab and is about 7 miles wide. The water is salty due to the deposits of rock salt. It is a very popular spot that people visit.

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Karambar Lake

Karambar Lake is also famous as “Qurumbar Lake”. This lake is located in Ghizer Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan. It is also a famous and second highest lake in Pakistan. Moreover, Karambar Lake is one of the highest biologically active lakes in the world. This lake lies in the middle of grassy highland and snow-peaked mountains.

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Katora Lake

Katora Lake is an alpine glacial lake located in the upper reaches of Jahaz Banda, Kumrat valley in Upper Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. The lake is fed by the surrounding melting glacier waters. The word Katora means “bowl” in Pashto. It was named after the lake’s resemblance to a bowl shape.

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Katpanah Lake

Katpanah Lake Listed in some of the unexplored places of Skardu. Katpanah Lake is gaining popularity because of its enchanting beauty. The lake falls in wonderland Katpana village. Moreover, it is approximately 4km away from the main city Skardu. There is a large range of trees alongside the lake that gives more amazement to the view. If you are planning a tour to Skardu then you must visit Katpanah Lake, which is one of the most ravishing lakes of Pakistan.

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Keenjhar Lake

The second-largest freshwater lake in Pakistan, Keenjhar Lake is important for many reasons. It marks a shrine for the grave of the Sindhi Legend Noori Jam Tamachi which is a famous tale of Prince Jam Tamachi falling in love with fisherwoman Noori. Keenjhar Lake is located in Thatta and is one of the most significant sources of drinking water for Thatta and Karachi.

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Khabikki Lake

Khabikki Lake is a saltwater lake in the southern Salt Range area in Pakistan. This lake is formed due to the absence of drainage in the range. The lake is one kilometer wide and two kilometers long. Khabikki is also the name of a neighboring village. Boats are also available and there is a rest house beside the lake.

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Khalti Lake

About 20-30 minutes drive from the Gupis has situated a beautiful lake known as Khalti lake. Khalti Lake was formed as a result of a major flood caused by the burst of mountains as the glacier retreated, about 25 years ago. Khalti Lake is well-known for being the habitat of trout fish. Khalti Lake generally freezes during the winters. Villagers, during winters, walk on the frozen lake and also sometimes play different games on the frozen lake.

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Khanpur Lake

Khanpur Lake is a reservoir which is in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The artificial lake was formed by the Khanpur Dam, and it supplies irrigation water to numerous industrial and agricultural areas. Khanpur Lake is the source of drinking water in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. The lake is about 25 miles from Islamabad, in the Hazara division. It was constructed in 1983 together with the Khanpur Dam. The 167 ft high dam has a total capacity of about 110,000-acre feet. The lake receives water from River Haro. There is an island in the middle of the lake which is ideal for picnics.

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Khapiro Lake

Pari/Khapiro lake exists in the North-East of Utror Valley. The natives have a belief that the lake is the home of fairies, they live here and take a bath in the pure and clean water of it. It is accessed only by trekking. Only nature lovers opt for Trekking to reach the lake because the track is very dangerous.

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Kharfaq Lake

Kharfaq Lake is a high-altitude natural lake located in the Karakoram mountain range in Kharfaq, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The best month for tourists to see the lake in July and August. The water of the lake is starting increasing in May and reached its maximum level in the middle of July. In the winter season the snow covers the whole in its whiteness and gives beautiful views. The lake is located 2 km away from the Kharfaq village and is around a 3-hour hike. There is no road access to the lake, but a road has been under construction for a while but has not been completed due to a lack of funds.

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Kharkhari Lake

Kharkhari is a small lake in the Gabral Valley, Pakistan, about 400 m long and 250 m wide. It is traversed by the Gabral river, a tributary of the Utrar River. It is located about 41 km by road from the town of Kalam, 16 km north of the town of Gabral and 9 km north of the Gul Bandaj bridge, at an altitude of 5160 meters. The name has also been spelled Karkaray.

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Khukush Langar Lake

Baha Lake is situated in Shandur Valley Tehsil Gupis of Ghizer District, Ghizer District, the westernmost part of the Northern Areas and northernmost territory of Pakistan. This lake is an important source of freshwater full of trout. Baha Lake is a mysterious lake in Pakistan.

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Kundol Lake

Kundol Lake lies in the lap of Hindu kush mountains at an elevation of (9,950 ft), in the north of Utror, encompassed by snow-clad mountains and towering trees. Similarly, the trail to the lake from Ladu is easy to follow as a large stream flows down from the lake, which merges with River Swat in Kalam valley. It leads beside the stream and takes you to the lake.

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Kutwal Lake

Kutwal Lake is a high-altitude lake located in the Haramosh valley of Gilgit district, in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The valley of Haramosh is about 60 miles to the east of the district capital, Gilgit. The lake is surrounded by several high mountains, including Haramosh Peak, Laila Peak, and Dobani Peak.

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Lower Kachura Lake

Known locally as Shangrila Lake after the resort that was built on its banks in the 1980s, the lake is a short drive of 20 minutes from Skardu. The word Shangri-la means ’Heaven on Earth’, and a visit to this scenic lake in Pakistan will make you testify to the name and its translations. While the resort offers a number of water sports on the lake, you can also rent a boat privately for a short trip over the lake’s still waters.

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Lulusar Lake

Lulusar Lake is the main source of the Kunhar River and has a baby lake beside it. It is located at an altitude of 3,410m and is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Kaghan Valley. The lake has a baby lake beside it and is much larger than other lakes in the Kaghan Valley. It has mirror-like water reflecting the surrounding snow-capped Lulusar mountains, creating a natural tourist attraction.

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Mahodand Lake

Mahodand Lake is a lake located in the upper Usho Valley at a distance of about 40 km from Kalam, Swat Valley. Mahodand Lake literally means the Lake of Fishes. It is accessible by a four-wheel-drive vehicle and is often utilized for fishing and boating.

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Manchar Lake

Manchar is the largest shallow freshwater Lake in Pakistan. It is situated at a distance of 18 km from Sehwan Sharif on the west side of the River Indus, in district Jamshoro. The area of the lake rise and falls with the change of seasons from little as 350 km to as much as 520 km. The lake accumulates water from numerous brooks in the Kirthar Mountains and empties them into the Indus River. Manchar is a synthetic Lake, created in 1930 when the Sukkur barrage was constructed on River Indus. The lake is sustained by two canals, the Aral and the Danister from the river Indus.

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Mangla Lake

The construction of the Mangla dam converted the old Mirpur town into a big artificial lake and affected the population of about 50,000. But it paved the way for the existing new Mirpur town situated on the banks of Mangla Lake. The city is well planned and buildings are mostly of modem design. Mirpur has developed into an industrial city very rapidly. All the basic amenities of life are available here. Colleges, hospitals, banks, shopping centers, hostels, telephone & telegraph units, Forest, PWD, Industries, and Tourist rest houses exist in the city. Bus and wagon transport services are also available.

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Miani Hor Lake

Miani Hor is a swampy lagoon lying on the coast of Lasbela District of Balochistan, Pakistan. Covering an area of 7,471 hectares, it was designated a Ramsar site in May 2001. The site is located 95 kilometers from Karachi near Sonmiani Bay.

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Naltar Lake

There are three lakes in Naltar Valley known as Naltar Lakes or Bashkiri Lakes at an altitude ranging from 3050–3150m. The first Bashkiri Lake is located at a distance of 12 kilometers from Upper Naltar.

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Namal Lake

Namal Lake is located in one corner of the Namal valley in Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan. It was formed following the construction of the Namal Dam in 1913. Namal Dam is situated some 32 km from Mianwali city. The lake has a surface area of 5.5 km. There are mountains on its western and southern sides. On the other two sides are agricultural areas.

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Passu Lake

Lake Passu is a glacial lake which is in the southern parts of Passu village in Gilgit Baltistan. Passu is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, and it is known for its sweeping landscapes, Passu cones, Passu glacier, and Passu Sar Mountain. One of the first attractions you will see while in Passu is Lake Passu which is 8,399 ft above sea level. Lake Passu is situated at the end of the 11 miles long Passu glacial which flows from Passu Sar and Shispare Sar mountains.

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Payee Lake

Payee Lake is situated in the center of the meadow in Payee, near Shogran in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the province of Pakistan. It is located at a height of almost 2,895 meters. It is surrounded by Makra Peak, Malika Parbat, Musa ka Musala, and the mountains of Kashmir. The lake is accessible via Kiwai passing through Shogran by a jeep track. There is a problem in breathing there due to elevation.

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Phandar Lake

Phander Lake is situated in the Phander Village, in Koh-i-Ghizer, Ghizer District, the westernmost part of the Gilgit–Baltistan region and northernmost territory of Pakistan. This lake is an important source of fresh water. Phander Lake is a lake and is located in Koh-i-Ghizer of Ghizer, a district of Gilgit-Baltistan. Also, the lake is called Nango Chatt. This lake is about 44 meters deep, in which huge trees are clearly seen.

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Pyala Lake

Pyala Lake is a round lake in Jalkhand, Kaghan Valley, Mansehra District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is about 40 kilometers from Naran. Pyala Lake is an undeveloped lake, but it has a lot of significance as it is a bowl-shaped lake on the top of a mountain, situated on the way to Lulusar Lake from Naran. It is a beautiful lake and a place of interest for tourists.

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Rainbow Lake

Domail Rainbow lake is located in Minimarg Astore valley Gilgit-Baltistan Pakistan. This lake is one of the beautiful lakes of the world with the wild open areas covered with lush green meadows. The lake is covered with flowers which gives such a pleasant feeling. It is said that one needs to be lucky to behold the beautiful Rainbow lake because sometimes when you reach the lake after hours of difficult trekking, the lake does not viewable due to fog or rain. The lake contains good-sized brown trout and is popular amongst trout anglers.

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Rama Lake

Rama Lake is a lake near Astore in Gilgit-Baltistan. It is on the top of the beautiful Astore Valley, with a light cover of oak trees and other greenery. Rama Valley is thickly forested with huge pine, cedar, fir, and juniper trees.

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Ratti Gali Lake

Ratti Gali is one of the famous alpine lakes in Pakistan. The Lake got its name from dark red flowers spread across the nearby mountains. Ratti Gali Lake exists in Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir. The lake is locally famous as “Dowarian Lake” because of the nearby village having the same name. Ratti Gali Lake is surrounded by green pastured mountains. The flora and fauna of this lake are very diverse. In addition to this lake, Neelum Valley is famous for many lovely lakes in Pakistan.

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Rawal Lake

On the off chance that you need a pleasant time with family or your adored one, Rawal lake is the ideal place to visit. The view is delightful and you can even lease paddle vessels or speedboats to investigate the lake and adjacent islands.

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Rush Lake

Rush Lake is also very famous and the highest alpine lake in Pakistan. It is located in Nagar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan. Rush Lake is among the highest lakes in the world. It is surrounded by lush grassland and rocky ground. Rush Peak is the highest peak near the lake. This lake is accessible via Nagar Valley.

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Saidgai Lake

Saidgai Lake is a lake in the upper reaches of Ushirai Dara close to the Dir mountains, between the border of Swat District and Dir District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Province of Pakistan. It is located at an elevation of 11,500 feet above sea level. It is located to the northwest of Gabin Jabba. The temperature is normally about 5 °C to 10 °C during hot months. Mostly this lake catches tourists from Dir and Swat and other parts of the country as well in the month of June, July, and August, while the remaining months this lake is covered by snow and impossible for the tourist to stay there. Saidgai lake is the boundary between Swat valley and Dir Upper.

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Saif Ul Malook Lake

Saif Ul Malook Lake is the most famous lake in Pakistan. It is also famous as “Lake of Fairies”, Lake Saif Ul Malook is extraordinarily beautiful. This lake is located in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Lake Saif Ul Malook is famous for its unparalleled beauty. The name of the lake “Saif Ul Malook” is associated with a fairy tale in which Prince, Saif Ul Malook fell in love with a Fairy Princess, Badi Ul Jamal. This fairy tale is also a reason for its popularity among travelers.

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Saral Lake

Saral Lake is located in Neelam Valley, in Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir at an altitude of 13,600 feet. The lake is accessible from Sharda by a jeepable track which leads to Gumut National Park and then through hiking trek can be reached to the lake which is another hidden pearl of the valley.

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Satpara Lake

Satpara Lake is located in Skardu Valley and is one of the largest freshwater lakes in Pakistan. It supplies water for the town of Skardu. The beautiful Satpara Lake is located at an altitude of 8,650 feet. The completion of Satpara Dam downstream of the lake has enlarged the size of Satpara Lake.

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Shetan Gwat Lake

At the height of 13,404 feet, Shytan Goth is renowned as the most attractive lake of Swat. Guest is a Pashto word known as the corner and the whole name meant Devil Corner. means view is simply stunning inside up and down lanes of icy peaks of huge mountains.

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Shakoor Lake

Shakoor Lake is a lake, comprising 300 km2, located on the border between the Indian state of Gujarat and the Sindh province on the southern edge of Pakistan. About 90 km2 of the lake comes under Pakistan, whilst the majority of the lake i.e. 210 km2, lies within India. The Indian-built Indo-Pak Border Road runs across Shakoor Lake and it is joined by the Indian GJ SH 45 State Highway just east of the lake, at the Kanjarkot Fort.

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Shandur Lake

Shandur Lake lies in Shandur Valley which is located in a high mountain pass. Chitral and Gilgit are accessible via Shandur Pass. This lake is also one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan. The surroundings of Shandur Lake have flat grassy land. Shandur Valley is also home to the World’s Highest Polo Ground. Shandur Polo Festival is famous around the world. The locals observe this beautiful festival every year from 7th to 9th of July.

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Shangrila Lake

Shangri-La means “Heaven on Earth”. It is a famous lake situated in Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan. It appears to be a water heart from above which makes it even more beautiful. Shangri-La Lake is also among the famous lakes in Pakistan. In addition, this lake is surrounded by the famous Shangrila Resort.

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Sheosar Lake

Sheosar Lake is also famous as “Shausar Lake or Blind Lake”. This lake is among the most famous lakes in Pakistan. This lake is located in Deosai Natural Park, Gilgit-Baltistan. Sheosar Lake spreads with beautiful grasslands. Deosai is also famous for its many beautiful lakes in Pakistan. Sheosar Lake is one of the highest lakes in the world.

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Shounter Lake

Simply offering everything that speaks of wonderful mother nature. Show up in this area from May to August; the climate is your friend and the facilities provided to reach here are top-notch. You can easily board a Jeep from Kel, Neelum Valley. If you are fond of camping, do not hesitate because many tourists also seem to find it as a perfect camping spot. Due to it being favorable for camping more than hoteling, you find other accommodation facilities here. The shounter lake may be small but it is surely worth a sight should you board a Jeep from Kel.

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Shukargah Lake

Shukargah lake is a wonderful place to explore colorful and attractive flowers within the high mountains. The atmosphere of the lake is too calm and peaceful, so you can enjoy the most valuable moments of your life. Shukargah Lake is a beautiful lake in Shukargah Valley in Ishkoman near Chatorkhand on Hayool Gol. It is a very attractive place for a peaceful, calm, and romantic environment. From Chatorkhand, you have to turn on right along the Hayool Gol.

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Siri Lake

Siri Lake is one of the highest lakes in Pakistan and is about 8,500 ft above sea level in Kaghan Valley. The lake resembles a pond, and on its own is not too spectacular. However, the surrounding mountains and green forests make the entire landscape beautiful. Tourists can only access lake Siri through Kiwai.

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Spin Khawar Lake

Spin Khawar Lake or White Stream Lake is a beautiful lake hidden in the mountains in the North of Kundal Lake and in the East of Utror Valley. The significance of the lake is, because of a small white stream flowing in the East from the surrounding mountains and it is a major source of the lake. The lake is reachable through two tracks, one from Kundal and the other from the Ladu valley.

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Subri Lake

Subri Lake, also known as Langarpura Lake, is located 10 km Southeast of Muzaffarabad in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. The lake is formed where the Jhelum River widens. This lake is accessible by Muzaffarabad-Chakothi road.

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Swaik Lake

Swaik Lake is often called Khandoa Lake due to its proximity to the village of Khandwa. This blue-green lake with its waterfalls is perfect for a swim or a picnic but is less frequented by tourists because it is hidden from the main roads. A 45-minute hike from the M2 motorway can take you to this secret oasis amidst the foliage, where you can even partake in cliff diving and trekking around the area.

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Tarbela Lake

Tarbela Dam is located in Pakistan and is the world’s largest fill-type dam. It is built over the River Indus near the small town of Tarbela in the Haripur District of the country. It is also the second-largest dam in the world in terms of reservoir capacity, which is 11.62 million acre-feet.

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Uchali Lake

Uchali Lake is the most popular tourist attraction in the valley. This lake is formed due to the absence of drainage in the range. Sakaser, the highest mountain in the Salt Range at 1,522 meters, looms over the lake. Due to its saline water, the lake is lifeless but offers picturesque scenery. Boats are also available for boating.

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Upper Kachura Lake

Another lake near Skardu is the Upper Kachura Lake, which boasts crystal clear waters, and a depth of about 230 feet. However, it is not as frequently visited as the Lower Kachura Lake, due to its rough terrain and trek. Springtime brings apricot orchards and greenery to the surrounding area, while winter freezes everything in sight, including the deep waters of the lake.

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Zharba Lake

Zharba Tso or Blind lake is a Panoramic Lake near Shigar Valley, Shigar, Gilgit-Baltistan region in Pakistan. Zharba Lake uses as a water reservoir for the residents of Shigar Valley. It is fed by the Indus River. The lake is on the way to Shigar Valley. The lake is surrounded by the Indus River on one side and the Shigar River on another side.

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Zomalu Lake

Palogah comes ahead of matiltan in almost 6kms, and the right in the jungle trek starts towards lakes after crossing few small settlements. Eventually, people reach Lake on the second day after settling in Jabba Banda in the far end of the Valley. from Jabba, one head up to the front to reach the lake. The left side view is towards Falak ser peak and the frontal view is towards Lake there are actually 8-9 lakes up there. We stepped into that valley in the first week of October where the weather was bad for exploring more than three lakes. this is the 3RD Lake actually at 14,000 feet. there are only 3 days required to cover lakes and come back to Palogah too.