Living in Pakistan, the snowless country and the near-constant weather that promises humidity and year-round heat is bit demanding for some people. It is undeniable fact that in Pakistan winter only last for 2-3 months and in other seasons, there is never ending summer which is usually signaled by March. For the craving souls who desire to experience the cold breezes and cool atmosphere in Pakistan during hot summer, we have short-listed the 10 Best Cold Places to Visit in Hot Summer in Pakistan-2020, as not everyone can afford the vacation of Europe!
To escape the heat and humidity that reaches to 40-50 Degree Centigrade in normal days of summer, rush to these best cold places of Pakistan with cold weather.
In the thick of large Karakoram Range of mountains, there lies this heaven of water, in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Skardu is basically known as coldest city of Pakistan, which is capital of Skardu District. The exiting fact that makes Skardu Valley must-to-do destination is its wilderness, serenity and beauty, and throughout the year it attracts hundreds of climbers and enthusiasts to witness the magnificent lakes and world-class tourist attracts nestled in Skardu valley, as it also provides the connected paths of highest mountain peaks in Pakistan.
Nestled in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges, there lays this mountainous valley of Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. It is often entitled as ‘heaven on Earth’ for its sheer beauty and celestial nature content. Wildlife, magnificent forts, Kunjrab Pass (Pak-China Border) and utter safe environment makes the Hunza Valley a big hit of Pakistan in summer.
Here comes another gem of in the Gilgit–Baltistan province of Pakistan, for which you may need jeeps to reach the scenic valley which is all about its flourishing wildlife, spectacular scenery and mountain vistas. Brimmed with three different colorful lakes, all connected via nonmetallic road alongside a stream throughout the journey of road and mountains covered with Pine trees, make Naltar Valley a precious asset of Gilgit province.
Entitled as The Switzerland of PAKISTAN, Swat Valley is one of the most visited tourist destination in northern valleys of Pakistan. Mild weather of Swat valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province enchants travelers to explore the paradisiacal jewels of Swat i.e. lakes, valleys, lush landscapes and ancient architecture along with cultural treasures and warm hospitality of locals there.
Escaping the heat of large cities of Pakistan is not hard at all, for which it just requires vehicles and fuels to reach this stunning town cum valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Perched out in the Pir Panjal Range, the saucer-shaped valley is connected with Rawalpindi and Islamabad through a road journey. Rawalakot is named as pearl valley too for being packed with almond blossoms giving an image of scattered pearls in summers.
For the family vacation or buddies trip, nothing can be more exciting than this hill station of Pakistan, especially if the purpose is luxuriating in cold breezes. Approximately 8 hours away from Karachi, the Gorakh hill-highest summit of Sindh is only approachable through jeeps, but it worth watching nomadic life and splendor beauty allowing you to connect your souls with nature.
Enthroned in the Mansehra district in Pakistan, Kaghan Valley is gift of nature to travelling enthusiasts from all over the place. The heavenly nature components of mountains, dales, crystal-clear lakes, water-falls, streams and glaciers makes this alpine-climate valley an unspoiled patch of paradise on earth.
Ayun and Bamburet Valley
Your mind is already fussed up due to heat of summer, and then the blind option would be rushing to Ayun and Bamburet Valley to escape the heat and humidity of Pakistan, which reaches up to 50 degree centigrade in summers. A bit less green than the Hunza Valley, Ayun and Bamburet Valley is peaceful valley in Chitral, amid the mountains, lying at the joining of Bumburet River.
In an atmosphere of lush green mountains the Jhelum Valley is situated at the starting point of Jhelum river in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Brimmed with scenic hill stations and panoramic mountainous views, this valley provides plethora of exploration of lakes to tourists.
Within the Rawalpindi District of Punjab, Murree, the most-visited hill station is known for its super fluidity of thrilling fun stuff. From strolling of mall road to Ayubia Chair lift, Murree tops the 10 Best Cold Places To Visit in Hot Summer In Pakistan-2018, in consideration of low-budget and maximum pleasures with family and friends.
Have a happy and peaceful time in summer 2020 exploring these cold places in Pakistan, all approachable and worthy of every money spent.