We live in a country that it blessed with God’s gifts. From sun-kissed beaches of Sindh to bubbling rivers of Punjab, salty lakes of Balochistan or mesmerizing mountainous range of the northern areas; Pakistan has the potential to stand unparalleled in terms of natural monuments when compared to the world. But the only unfortunate thing that the country has to face is how most of its specialties remain unexplored till date.
So in order to promote the eccentric beauty of our land, one cannot simply forget that waterfalls here are the real deal. And while there is a wider perception that waterfalls are only found in northern areas because of the height, we are here with a list to let you know that Pakistan has some of the best and tallest waterfalls all throughout the country.
Neela Sandh Waterfall
Starting off from the capital city, Islamabad, this waterfall is relatively small in size but the way it flows in between the lush green mountains can make those wander fall for it. Besides this, Neela Sandh is an Urdu word in which Neela means Blue and that also reflects in the color of water found here.
If you get the chance to visit Soon Valley in the rainy season then don’t miss out on this one as the whole place will appear like an isolated island which is covered with trees but has one of the best waterfalls inside.
This is a popular destination among the family and friends living in the twin cities of Pakistan, Rawalpindi and Islamabad. It is an ideal place for the ones who would love to swim near the waterfall.
Hiking in the mountains of Kahuta you will get to witness a waterfall that follows you down the track while giving you a look of multiple waterfalls close to you. It is majorly because of the twists and turns in the track which makes it a unique experience.
When we talk about Southern Punjab, we only think about yellow fields but that region has a waterfall which is extremely popular especially in the rainy season. It flows towards the main marot river and serves as an ideal picnic and swimming spot for the locals.
As beautiful as Neelum Valley is with all the soaring hills and scenic jungle, Jamgar might look ordinary but it adds more valley to the captivating beauty of the whole valley. Water flowing through the lofty mountains on a sunny day while you are standing there near to it. Just imagine!
Baithak Baloch in the Sudhnuti District of Azad Jammu Kashmir became more famous because of this waterfall. The mountains found here are extremely uneven but that also adds more beauty to the soft flowy look of water.
Twin Waterfalls of Gulpur
This back to back twin flow of water exists in Gulpur town of Kotli district, Azad Kashmir. Trees surrounding the waterfall are so diverse in colors that you will forget everything else with this view.
Being interconnected to Jhelum Valley Road and Muzaffarabad-Srinagar Road this has become extremely popular over the years. With so many entertainment spots and even accomodation places, this can be your next favorite go to place.
This is the highest waterfall in the Neelum Valley of Azad Kashmir. The small rivulet cutting through the two big Rocky Mountains is spellbinding itself.
It flows beside the Kotla village which is itself known for being located at an altitude of 5,798 feet above sea level in Azad Kashmir. Waterfall sprouting in between the mountains at such a massive height will grab your attention.
Before you enter Neelum Valley, Patika waterfall welcomes you with glassy transparent water flowing around the huge rocks and the associated pathways. There is a bridge just above it to provide the most exquisite view of the waterfall to the visitors.
Naran Kaghan Waterfall
This waterfall in Naran Kaghan is truly a blessing as the mountains in this area are covered with snow therefore water keeps flowing throughout the year and keeps the river streams full for the locals to use.
Right at the end of Urak Valley is a waterfall that gives you a splendid view accompanied with mountains of Quetta. It is perfect for your drone shots and swimming!
A beautiful sight with a rainbow across the waterfall is something we only often see in movies but if you want to witness this is reality then head on to Chinari Village of Bagh District in Azad Jammu & Kashmir.