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13 Spectacular Waterfalls Of Pakistan To Explore This Summer

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Pakistan is a picturesque country with numerous breathtaking destinations. Be it sun-kissed beaches of Sindh, bubbling rivers of Punjab, salty lakes of Balochistan or marvelous mountainous range of the northern areas; our country is blessed with unique landscapes.

Not many people are aware of the fact, but Pakistan is bestowed with a number of waterfalls. Found in remote locations, they are surrounded by verdant greenery and rugged cliffs.

Here are some of the most beautiful waterfalls of Pakistan that you have to see at least once in your lifetime!

13. Jamgar Falls

13. Jamgar Falls
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Jamgar Falls is a waterfall in Neelam Valley surrounded by soaring hills and scenic jungle. The beautiful valley is a 200 kilometers long bow-shaped forested area in Azad Kashmir. Whenever you visit the striking valley, don’t forget to check out Jamgar Falls.

12. Hanna-Urak Waterfall

12. Hanna-Urak Waterfall
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Urak Valley, near Hanna Lake, is a valley in Quetta District encircled by mountains. There is a small but stunning waterfall, known as the Hanna-Urak Waterfall, where Urak Valley ends and Walli Tangi Valley begins.

11. Farphu Waterfalls

11. Farphu Waterfalls
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Farphu Waterfalls is one of the tallest waterfalls of Pakistan. It is found in Bagrote, a valley in the Karakoram Mountain range in Gilgit–Baltistan.

10. Cham Waterfall

10. Cham Waterfall
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Cham Waterfall is situated in Chinari, a beautiful village in Bagh District of Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

9. Narh Waterfall

9. Narh Waterfall
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Located in the small village of Tehsil Kahuta, Narh Waterfall is only 60 kilometers away from Islamabad. If you want to take a short trip to beat the summer heat, drive to the scenic village and enjoy the day by the waterfall.

8. Chotok Waterfall

8. Chotok Waterfall
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Chotok Waterfall is located in a tiny village of Moola which is approximately 100 kilometers from Khuzdar, Balochistan. Chotok falls into a pool of cool water surrounded by moss covered hills and flourishing greenery.

7. Gulpur Waterfall

7. Gulpur Waterfall
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Gulpur Waterfall is found in Gulpur, a charming town in Kotli District of Azad Kashmir. If you want to have a romantic retreat with your special someone, you will find it to be a perfect spot.

6. Sajjikot Waterfall

6. Sajjikot Waterfall
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The twin waterfalls of Sajjikot are located approximately 24 kilometers from Havelian near Abbotabad city. The twin waterfalls are stunning but rarely visited by locals and tourists. If you happen to be in the area, drive over to the waterfall and enjoy a private picnic.

5. Neela Sandh Waterfall

5. Neela Sandh Waterfall
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Neela Sandh Waterfall flows into a natural water stream located at Mori Syedan, Rawalpindi. If you are a citizen of Rawalpindi or nearby areas, you can have an amazing time here every weekend!

4. Shingrai Waterfall

4. Shingrai Waterfall
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Shingrai Waterfall is located in Swat, a panoramic valley in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. If you want to fall in love with nature, it’s the place to start.

3. Pir Ghaib Waterfall

3. Pir Ghaib Waterfall
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Pir Ghaib Waterfalls are cascading waterfalls located in the Bolan Valley, about 70 kilometers from Quetta, Balochistan. The cascades divide into two separate waterfalls and flow into a large natural pool.

2. Manthoka Waterfalls

2. Manthoka Waterfalls
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The lovely waterfalls are found near Madupur, in Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan. They are about 180 feet high and are a popular spot for camping and fishing among tourists.

1. Naran Kaghan Waterfalls

1. Naran Kaghan Waterfalls
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Naran Kaghan Waterfalls is arguably the most beautiful waterfalls of Pakistan. On your way to Kaghan Valley, stop your car and visit these falls that flow into the fresh spring water.

When are you planning to visit the waterfalls of Pakistan? Don’t forget to take some pictures!