Category: Travelogue

What Do You Want to Achieve From Quetta Trip ?

In my last post on subject of Quetta trip, I have mentioned that we have planned for Quetta trip from 14th Aug till 17th Aug. As you know people travel to achieve something, so I got the opportunity to ask this question from my friends. What do you want to achieve from Quetta Trip ?   Haseeb Ahmed Khan 1. Unforgettable Memories (in good sense) 2. Explore the best things of Quetta (places, food, culture etc) 3. Meet your family members (b.Motu,c.Motu, parents etc) 4. Explore natural beauty of Quetta & Ziarat   Noman Sohail  1. Anxiously wanted to add experience of travelling by road 2. Explore Quetta & their areas 3. Ziarat, off-course wanted to see the house of Father of the Nation 4. Excited to feel the weather (heard about the severe cold there in season) 5. Want to buy cultural stuff for family 6. I am non-veg, love to eat as many meaty dishes as I could with their local specialties & culture 7. To meet local people, luckily we have Adam ( B.Zuzu’s) families there – that wish will be fulfilled by them. 8. And last but not least – Wish that our travelling will be safe – Ya Allah help us !!   Owais Yahya 1. Spend Holidays with friends 2. Enjoy Long Route Journey with friends 3. Visit B.Zuzu place and meet his...

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Planning 4 days Tour from Quetta to Karachi by road

We were a group of 4 office friends that planned to leave for Quetta tour on 14th August and will get back to Karachi by on 17th August Night. We would be exploring Quetta Bazaar, Ziarat, Hana Lake & Hana Urak during our 4 days short trip. 1.Adam Khan 2.Owais Yahya 3.Noman 4.Haseeb Means of Transportation Adam’s car (Corolla Gli )will be used for transportation. Distance Quetta is approx. 700 Kilometers from Karachi which is approx 11 hour journey excluding the stopovers on the way for breakfast, lunch and relaxation. Fuel Consumption 1. Karachi to Quetta = 60 Liters 2. Quetta to Karachi = 60 Liters 3. Quetta to Ziarat = 15 Liters 4. Ziarat to Quetta  = 15 Liters 5. Within Ziarat Travelling = 10 Liters 6.  Travelling to Quetta Bazar, Hana Lake, Hana Urak, Spin karez = 10 Liters Total fuel consumption = 170 Liters 4 Days Trip Plan Day 1 1. Leave Karachi at 5:00 am morning 2. Reach Quetta at 4:00 pm 3. Take rest at my place in Quetta 4. Lunch at my place 5. Explore Quetta Bazaars 6. Have dinner at Lehri Sajji 7. Return back to Adam’s place for Night stay Day 2 1. Breakfast at my place in Quetta 2. Leave for Ziarat at 8:00 am 3. Reach Ziarat at 10:30 am 4. Explore different places of Ziarat; Quaid-E-Azam Residency, Kharwari...

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Must Visit Places of Rawalakot – Azad Kashmir

Some basic Facts about Rawalakot Rawalakot, a small town of Pakistan administered Azad kashmir, also considered the district headquarters of Poonch division. We have already discussed much about Azad kashmir, Rawalakot is one of the beautiful towns of Azad Kashmir which has many travel spots. The scenic views are breath taking so this town should be a MUST STAY FOR 3-5 DAYS to visit all of its travel Spots. One of the famous points of this town are as follows: Toli Pir -Find yourself 8,800 feet above sea level and enjoy every moment serenity around there Poonch River – Drive along the...

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Bruges – Venice of North

Bruges is the largest city and capital of the West Flanders located in northwest part of Belgium. The city is famous for canals, buildings, churches and it’s also known as the Venice of North. The city is spread over the areas is 138.4 km² including 10.75 km² area of sea with the population of approx 120,000 among these 20,000 are resided in the center of city. There are several places to visit in Bruges however, some of them are must visit and couldn’t be ignored by tourists; Markt, Basilica of the holy blood, Church of our lady,Belfry of Brudges, Boudewijn Seapark, Loppem Castle, The Kruispoort, Beguinages, Gruuthuse museum, St Salvator’s Cathedral Bruges and Loppem...

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Amsterdam City Canal Cruise

Do you know the  fact ? Amsterdam capital of Netherland is surrounded by circle of canals. These canals are spread over the areas of approx 100 kilometers among which Herengracht, Prinsengracht, and Keizersgracht are the famous tourists attraction. Tourists can book the canal cruise online or on the spot which can take your to multiple cities & location in an hour.Don’t forget to take the pictures of water sceneries, beautiful cities and heritage buildings alongside the canals. Things to Do in Amsterdam Canals 1.Red Light District – De Wallen. 2.Anne Frank House. 3.Sex Museum. 4.Rijksmuseum. 5.Flower Market – Bloemenmarkt. 6.Dam Square. 7.Van Gogh Museum....

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Badshahi Masjid

The construction of Badshahi Mosque/Masjid was started in year 1671 and completed by 1673. It’s is among the famous attractions especially for the tourists interested in architecture and Mughal’s history. Beside Tourists, thousands of local people visit the mosque on daily basis for prayers and religious values. This attraction is a treasure for International tourists as it’s the 7th largest mosque in the World followed by Masjid Al-Haram, Al-Masjid al-Nabawi, , Imam Ali Mosque,Istiqlal Mosque,The Hassan II Mosque and Faisal Mosque. It has the capacity of accommodating approx 100,000 worshipper at a time, thus remained second largest in Pakistan and South Asia after Faisal Mosque in Islamabad. We had visited this place in May, observed that it become too crowded mostly with the people who remained there throughout the day just for time pass and staring tourists  who come there to experience the outstanding historical piece of architecture. Badshahi Mosque is a great historic and spiritual place and one would love to spend more time only if government authorities allow the people who really visit this place to practice religion or for tourism. Things to Do Offer prayers,if you are there at the time of prayers. Take photographs Visit Tomb of great poet Allama Iqbal to pray for his soul. Visit the museum on the right side of main entrance on first floor which was established by Government of...

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Jagran Stream

Jagran stream flowing alongside the Kundal Shahi & Jagran road which takes you to beautiful Jagran resort. Lush green water flowing between the high mountains and trees enhance the beauty of Kutton. Jagran Stream is play important role in the creation of its landscape beauty and charm which discloses the richness of the area. The upside of Jagran stream can be viewed from the mountainous areas can be accessed through dangerous rocky route with full of twist and turns. Since there is no proper road so you have to rent a jeep to explore the beauty of Jagran resort & stream. To find the low cost ride, you need to rent a jeep from outside the Jagran resort. In our last visit, we paid Rs.2500 for Jagran valley which is comparatively expensive, because we had rented a jeep from Jagran resort however, its a lesson learned for a newbie like us. Things To Do; 1. Visit Jagran power house located in Jagran valley. 2. Take stopover on the way to take pictures of beautiful waterfalls, Jagran stream, frozen, Glaciers, mountains and...

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River Kunhar

River Kunhar also known as Nan-Sukh is spread over 166 kilometers falling mainly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.Lulusar lake is the initiating point of river Kunhar which is 48 Kilometers upstream from Naran Valley. The water in river comes from various sources which include Dudipatsar, Jheel Saif-Ul-Malook several other glaciers. The Kunhar river passes through Balakot, Kaghan valley, Dalola and Garhi Habibiullah. The Kunhar and Jhelium river get merge at the exit point of Muzaffarabad in Azad Kashmir. I have seen the beautiful views of River Kunhar during my last travel from Azad Kashmir to Naran, I must say its looks more beautiful in real as compared to what we see in the...

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Naran Valley – Lalazar travel Spot

Lalazar is the tourist attraction 21 kilometers from Naran in Kaghan Valley. It’s considered as second most famous place to visit after Saif-Ul-Malook Lake. The green fields with wild flowers surrounded by high mountains are the best features of the tourist spot. The bird eye view of river Kunhar, Kaghan valley and nearby village looks awesome from Lalazar which is located at the height at 10,500 feet approximate. After reaching Naran, it would take a full day tour to explore the outstanding views of this place. The road heading towards Lalazar is a jeep track full of twist and turns so you need to be a brave heart to complete this adventurous journey. The best time to visit Lalazar is from June to November and it remain closed during the winters due to land sliding and glaciers.Lalazar is located on the other side of lake Saiful Muluk so from there it could be also accessed after 5 to 6 hours of hiking over the mountain.  The charges for hiring a jeep in off season Rs.1800 whereas the same journey would cost you upto Rs.5000 in peak season ( June to August...

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Naran Bazaar

Naran Bazaar is getting congested due to increasing number of hotels and restaurants. A narrow street mostly found crowded during the season from May till October.  Tourists leave their hotels in the morning to visit the famous attractions of Naran and return back maximum by evening before getting dark. Therefore, you may see the Naran Bazaar fully loaded at night when tourist enjoying the walk in cold breeze and have a dinner before returning back to hotel. Things to do in Naran Bazaar 1. Have breakfast with desi or continental breakfast. 2. Have lunch/dinner preferable with desi foods such as Karahi, Handi, Daal, Rice and Vegetable. 3. Walk in the evening. 4. Hire the jeep from Naran Bazaar, cost around Rs.1800/destination in off season and exceed to Rs.5000/destination in peak season....

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