Swat is known as the Switzerland of Pakistan. The river Swat is a clear water river, starting from the Ushu range of mountains to the spread of the valley of Swat. It is one of the greenest valleys of Northern Pakistan and is well connected to the rest of Pakistan. One can also get here either from Peshawar (160 KMs) or Islamabad. (250 KMs). The valley of Swat is located in the middle of foothills of Hindukush mountain range. The main town of the valley is Mingora and Saidu Sharif. Swat is a place for leisure Lovers, Hikers, and archaeologists. There are many comfortable hotels where one can stay a while to relax. In Kalam upper Swat there are some very pleasant walks since the weather is pretty pleasant one can easily walk over the hills for hours and enjoy the unspoiled nature. The Swat is garden of Ashoka and was a prosperous land in the Buddhist times (2nd BC to 5 AD) There are at least over 100 archaeological sites in the valley less than 10% of the area excavated. One can explore some of those sites in a half day tour of Swat.
Malam Jabba is home to one of the two ski resorts in Pakistan; the other is at Naltar, Gilgit Baltistan. Two trekking trails are flying near the Malam Jabba resort. The first pass through the Ghorband Valley and Shangla Top and starts about 18 km from the resort.
Departure from Islamabad for Malam Jabba 6:00 am. Travel on Swat Motorway. Enjoy majestic scenery of newly built highway. Arrival at Malam Jabba. Photography & Sightseeing. Drive to Swat. Overnight stay at Swat
Breakfast. Drive to Kalam. Transfer to 4×4 for amazing jeep safari to famous Mahudand Lake Stopovers on the way at Ushu forest, Mataltan waterfall and Paloga village. Sightseeing at majestic Mahudand Lake. Drive back to Kalam and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at Kalam
Breakfast. Visit to historical mosque of Kalam. Visit local market. Departure for Islamabad. Stopovers on the way. Arrival in Islamabad. End of services
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