The northern areas of Pakistan are considered to be some of the places for a must-visit. Naran Kaghan is among those few areas of our country having breathtaking scenery along with reasonable tourist facilities. We will discuss here the five reasons compelling enough to go all the way and visit Naran Kaghan during the Eid holidays.
- For the last few years, Eid falls on the days of summer vacations which is the ideal time to avail the holidays as Naran Kaghan has an average of 8-9 hours’ drive to reach from most of the big cities of Pakistan, thus it can be tiring and time-consuming. The holidays can serve as a good excuse for long journeys.
- The hot weather can easily be escaped if you make a plan to visit Naran Kaghan during Eid which is the hottest of all year.
- June, July, and August are generally the most pleasant months in Naran and Kaghan with clear skies and a cool breeze. The rest of the months can have risks of the landslide, complete snow blockage, and rains.
- Who can say no to places like Lalazar with lush green fields that almost feel unreal, rafting on the river Kunhar, Lulusar Lake, and the famous lake Saif-ul-malook?
Eid is a festive occasion in Pakistan celebrated with all of its essences that can be tiring. Planning a visit to Naran Kaghan can rid the after blues of Eid and give a refreshing start for routine life to head start