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Islamabad to Kashmir/Neelum in 07 days

Price ₨ 17000 1 week
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Islamabad to Kashmir/Neelum in 07 days

₨ 17000 per person
Valley of Neelam is a land of forests, rivers, fountains, springs, waterfalls, high-lands, snowy mountain peaks, wildlife treasures, hidden assets of precious gemstones, minerals and rare species of plants. Nature bestows upon its best of attributes to the mesmerizing Neelam valley.
Neelam valley, the Paradise on the Earth is in the North and North-Eastern side of Muzaffarabad, the Capital of Azad Kashmir
1 week
18+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 9:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual, Comfortable, Athletic clothing, Hiking shoes, Hat and Warm jackets
  • Included
    All Museum Tickets
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Typical Souvenir
Day 1: Departure for Keran
  • Departure for Sharda via Murree Expressway (Sharp)
  • Lunch stop at Muzaffarabad / Pattika (on guide's discretion)
  • Photography stop at Chillana LOC
  • Point, Dhani Waterfall
  • Reach Keran by evening
  • Dinner & night stay in Keran
Day 2: Ratti Gali
  • Travel to Dowarian, board 4x4 Jeeps
  • Trek to Ratti Gali Lake from base camp, visit Ratti Gali Lake
  • Travel back to hotel by evening
  • Dinner and night stay in Keran
Day 3 : Sharda
  • Keran River Point (If not covered on day 1)
  • Departure for Sharda, photography stop at Neelum River Mankaro Point Reach Sharda, visit Sharda University Ruins
  • Dinner and night stay in Sharda
Day 4: Taobat
  • Departure for Taobat on 4x4 Jeeps
  • Photography stop at Margalla Waterfall, and lunch stops in between
  • Reach Taobat, explore Fish Farm and River Point
  • Dinner, bonfire and night stay in Taobat
Day 5 : Kel
  • Departure for Kel
  • Reach Kel, river crossing via cable lift
  • Start of hiking to Arang Kel (30-40 min)
  • Reach Arang Kel, free time to explore the village and lunch 4:00 pm trek back to Kel, board Jeeps and reach back Sharda by evening
  • Dinner and night stay in Sharda
Day 6 : End of Tour
  • Departure for Islamabad
  • Visit Kutton Waterfall
  • Photography stop at Dolai Waterfall (If time permits)
  • Reach back Islamabad by late evening

Tour Location

Type of Attraction: Sightseeing, Landmarks, Adventure, Nature
Activities: Bonfire, Camping, Stargazing, Jeep ride, Hiking, Trekking and Boating
Location: Neelum Valley is situated at the North & North-East of Muzaffarabad Azad Kashmir, running parallel to Kaghan Valley. The two valleys are only separated by snow-covered peaks, some over 4000m above sea level. Neelum Valley Road is a spectacular and dangerous high mountain road going through the Neelam Valley (also spelled Neelum Valley) at North and North-East of Muzaffarabad, this route is not suitable for normal cars as the roads are very bumpy and dusty. Most people preferred to travel in jeeps on this route. About 240 kilometers long, the picturesque Neelum Valley is situated to the North & North East of Muzaffarabad.  A fair-weather road opens the valley to tourists up to Kel, 165 kilometers from Muzaffarabad. 
Importance: The district of Neelum is the northernmost of 10 districts located within the Pakistani-administered territory of Azad Kashmir. Taking up the larger part of the Neelam Valley, the district has a population of around 191,000 people. It was among the worst-hit areas of Pakistan during the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. 
There are many languages spoken by the people of the region among which Hindko is the most widely spoken language, spoken by about 78 percent of inhabitants. However, other languages spoken by the people are Kashmiri, Punjabi, Kundal Shahi, Gujri, Shina. Urdu is considered to be the official language of the valley. Neelum Valley has its own charm all year. In summer the greenery will soothe your soul with calm. SCOM is the only Network for communication. It would be issued on your CNIC in Muzaffarabad or any main town of neelum valley regions. 
Climate: Neelum Valley is known for its dense moist/dry temperate forests, cold waters of glacier fed streams rich in trout, and majestic alpine pastures attracting resident and nomadic glaciers during summer. In summers, the weather is hot in the daytime due to the sun while at night, it is quite cold. People even wear sweaters at night in summer. 
On the other hand, in winters, it is extremely cold. People also witness snow falling in winters. 
Distance: It takes about 7 hr 23 min (295 km) to reach to Neelum Valley from Islamabad via Hazara Motorway/M-15 and Mansehra - Naran - Jalkhad - Chilas Rd/N-15 

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