Tourism in Pakistan is on the rise and more and more people are into camping in the northern areas. There are spots that are frequented by local and foreign tourists and we all know about them so, we have made a list of camping spots that are off the beaten path.
These places are for those people who love solitude and are looking for a few uninterrupted days to themselves.
Here are the top 5 places where you need to head to for a peaceful and scenic excursion.
If everybody you know is gearing up for a trip to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and you wish to create maximum distance between yourself and them then head to the opposite direction towards Azad Kashmir. Shounter Lake is sub valley of Neelam Valley that is located at a distance of 255 kilometres from Muzaffarabad.
This stunning valley is located at a distance of 105 Kilometers from Muzaffarabad and the only people you are likely to encounter here are the locals.
Banjosa Lake is located at a distance of 20 kilometres from the city of Rawalakot. Switch off your phone and happily pretend that the rest of the world doesn’t exist.
Keran is located at a distance of only 57 Kilometers from Muzaffarabad. This means you can disappear and reappear quickly if you are short on time. There is human population here but at least its no one you know.
Dudipatsar Lake is in KP but guess what? It is on the way from Naran to Babusar top, hiding perfectly in a valley east of a small town named Besal a few kilometres before Lulusar lake where most of the people will go and then move on. So, you’re safe. Also, the best part: lots of sheep and barely any humans.