There’s no denying what Pakistan has to offer in terms of natural beauty – every city is a splendid masterpiece of its own kind and particularly the Northern Area and Kashmir are the epicenter of natural estheticism. If you are familiar with the poetry of romantic poets like William Wordsworth, John Keats and Shelley then you are in a perfect position to witness the reflection of their poetry in this part of the world. At times, I wonder that these are exactly the same places with the same description and beauty that they described in their poetry centuries ago.
In terms of beautiful waterfalls in Pakistan is bestowed with some unparalleled and breathtaking beauty and nature. From the calm and bubbling rivers of Punjab, stunning valleys of Northern Area, sun-kissed beaches of Sindh, beautiful landscape of Balochistan to the wonderful mountain ranges, everything in here is just mesmerizing beyond expression.
Visiting these best waterfall in Pakistan enables you to get opportunities not only to feat your sour eyes with this spectacular scenery on earth but also it provides an opportunity to appreciate and thank almighty for such blessings. Although there’s a lot to explore including the most beautiful places to visit in Pakistan you will find these spectacular waterfalls an astonishing gift for sightseeing. And surprisingly, there’s a majority that still isn’t aware of the waterfalls.
So, here’s our list of the most glorious and beautiful list of waterfalls in Pakistan here starts your vicarious visual journey.
Gulpur waterfall is located in the Kotli district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and you well know that Azad Kashmir waterfall is called the Switzerland of Pakistan, so the beauty here speaks for itself. This place is tremendously beautiful with a palpable romance in every corner and perhaps the best company one can ever imagine in the topsy-turvy world of today. Even the view of water falling from the rock mountain top is amusing and full of entertainment that seems like falling with a dulcet melody. There are reasonable dining and staying options in this area. It is a recommended summer spot in every season. If you want to have a romantic retreat with your special someone, you will find it to be a perfect spot and I bet that if natural beauty meets with human beauty the scene would be just ineffable.
One of the distinguishing features of Pakistan as discussed earlier is the diversity of options in every district and it is not only the northern areas that are the only crowd fullers but also the other provinces like Baluchistan, which is commonly perceived to be devoid of natural beauty has much to offer. In the same vein, Chotok Waterfall is located in a tiny village of Moola which is approximately 100 kilometers from Khuzdar, Baluchistan. Chotok falls into a pool of cool water surrounded by moss and hills with flourishing greenery all around. The vacuum like ambience here in the close vicinity of the waterfall only allows you to listen to the mellifluous whispering of the waterfall.
When you think of the tallest waterfalls of Pakistan, you have to think of the stunning Farphu Waterfalls that cascades from a very steep height. This is situated in the Bagrote valley in the Karakoram Mountain range in Gilgit Baltistan the jewel of Pakistan. Needless to say that Gilgit Baltistan is full of such amazing sceneries because it is perhaps the most beautiful area in the country. If you Google some of the famous frozen waterfall in Pakistan you would come to know that there are plethora of them almost in every village of GB. All the ten districts of GB are known for their exotic natural beauties and host scores of tourists every year. The three humongous mountains of Karakorum, Hindu Kush and Himalayas are all having plethora of waterfalls that cascade down the steep rocks like milk trickling down.
Jamgar Falls is in Neelam Valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir that is surrounded by scenic jungles and soaring hills. This valley spreads out on a 200-kilometer bow-shaped area that has a dense forest all around. Neelam valley nestles in Azad Kashmir a paradise on earth! Visiting waterfalls is one thing, but this place is another wonder of Pakistan and showcases nothing less than a wonderland that captures not only your sight but also the heart and soul. There are quite a few other waterfalls in Neelum Valley that you must explore if you happen to visit this one.
Swabi waterfalls are one of the highest waterfalls in Pakistan. These waterfalls belong to the Mardan region, another famous place in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province for tourists and visitors. You won’t ask for a better view than the water flowing through rocks and the cool breeze coming from the trees and the eye-catching greenery that surrounds this place. Swabi, Mardan, Charsada, Sawat etc are the famous tourist resorts that receive streams of tourists every year. These areas contain lash green valleys, milky waters and stretched plains those are a treat to explore and be fascinated by.
This is located in one of the famous tourist destinations. Written as Narar but pronounced as ‘Narrh,’ this waterfall can be seen on your way to the Panjpeer rocks. Having been situated on the way of some of the famous tourist resorts like Panjeer rocks, this waterfall is easily accessible and a must-stop place. If you are going to explore the places ahead lying and have left Islamabad famous places or any other city then you must be exhausted by now, so it is highly advisable to take a nap here and enjoy the company of nature to ward off the tiredness.
Lastly, among all other tourist destinations, the Pakistan waterfalls are of utmost interest to many because it does not only have a calming and serene effect but also the sound of the waterfall is an ever-melodious music that no one can get fed up of. The more you listen to it, the melodier it gets. Wish you a better travel if you have made up your mind to go on and explore.