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Pakistan is known as a tourist heaven for the most amazing travelling sights in the world. But the most famous region for travelling is the Northern Areas of Pakistan, which was yet to be explored by me, and my dream journey came true through the platform of #PFC which supports and organizes a union of journalists’ activities to create a positive impact on Pakistan by providing recreational activities, trips, dinners , conferences and seminars so the journalists could ease up from their fully occupied day to day routine. special thanks to Malik Salman President Pakistan federation of columnist who has organized this #pfc trip of media delegation to #GB and facilitate us with high end protocol.
“This tour is organized to promote the culture and tourism of gilgit baltistan #GB the tourist’s Heaven.
From Naran to Khunjerab pass this trip was not only full of scenic beauty, but what made our stay truly memorable is the hospitality of its people and the fun we had on our way as we set out on our road trip. We sang along, laughed and shared amazing moments together.
It was 31st of October, and a bright sunny day, we set trip to the northern areas of the country.
We made our journey across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to Gilgit Baltistan (GB) all the way up to Khunjerab Pass.
It was a bumpy ride to Naran but I had the most amazing experience of drinking pure canal water. Finally when we reached our hotel parhena cottage in Naran the next morning as I woke up I was totally mesmerized by the lake view cottage parehna covered by the beautiful green mountains which looked like a slice of heaven on earth. Our group comprises of journalists were all playing and enjoying there as we all needed vacations too badly
After spending a day in Naran
We left early to reach Chilas on time,
On our way, we stopped at Lulusar Lake, a beautiful body of water at a distance of around 40 to 50 kilometres from Naran.
I salute our Pakistan Armed forces and intelligence who safeguard and maintain a peaceful environment for us to explore the exquisite beauty of our country by fencing our borders in extreme weather conditions and sacrificing their lives at borders to protect our homeland.