Pakistan is a country blessed with exquisite natural sites. Honestly speaaking, one does not need to go on a foreign trip as there are plenty of picturesque areas for nature lovers.
One of the many tourist attractions the country offers is its mesmerizing waterfalls. From the barren lands of South to the mountainous range of North, these unique waterfalls are a must see for a refreshing experience.
Here’s a list.
1. Neela Sandh Waterfall
Neela is an urdu word which means blue and that also reflects the colour of water found here. It is located around 40 kms away from Islamabad.
It is relatively a small waterfall that is surrounded by trees adding up a lovely greenish blue effect to the whole scene that people enjoy.
2. Khadumi Waterfall
Belonging to Soon valley, this waterfall is slowly becoming dry. But it is one of those rare beauties that is yet to be explored by the tourists. The whole place gives an aura of an isolated island surrounded by green bushy trees.
3. Shahdara Waterfall
Moving into the Margalla Hills in Islamabad you will get to witness the amazing small waterfall that flows into a stream nearby. The water remains ice cold throughout the year and is also not very deep. Therefore, it remains extremely popular among the twin cities.
4. Ashraf Chammbar
This waterfall is exotic in its own way. The water flows down along a hiking track which is full of twists and turns on its way which also gives a look of multiple waterfalls flowing down, carelessly.
5. Marot Waterfalls
In the South of Punjab, which is home to the yellow fields in the country, this waterfall serves as an ideal swimming spot only in the rainy season.
It flows towards the main marot river and is not very deep. You will get to enjoy the sun setting deep into the fields along with water falling peacefully.
6. Jamgar Falls
Surrounded by soaring hills and a thick jungle, Jamgar falls will be your best destination for therapy. It is a place that anyone would love to see at least once in a lifetime.
7. Tilni Waterfall
Once you have arrived to Baithak Baloch in the Sudhnuti District of Azad Jammu Kashmir, which is only 110 kilometers away from Islamabad, you will find this waterfall supported by a mountain that cuts into the water at many places, giving it a soft flowy look.
8. Twin Waterfalls of Gulpur
Located in the Gulpur town of a district called Kotli, Azad Kashmir, this waterfall is mostly famous for its back to back twin flows of water, hence giving it the name Twin Waterfalls. A wide color range of trees adds more charm to the surroundings.
9. Dhani Waterfalls
Dhani is considered to be the highest waterfall in the region of Azad Kashmir. It gives a spectacular view of the Neelum Valley as it looks like a small rivulet cutting through two big rocky mountains.
10. Kotla Waterfalls
This is located in the village with the similar name Kotla, that is based at an altitude of 5,798 feet above sea level in Azad Kashmir. This height also makes the waterfall to appear more enchanting while sprouting in between the mountains.
11. Patika Waterfall
It is a gateway to the Neelum Valley. However, the most attractive feature is the glassy transparent water flowing around the huge rocks that line up the entire pathway of this fall. There is a bridge just above it to help you take in the whole effect of this beautiful fall.
12. Naran Kaghan Waterfall
Being the popular destination that Naran Kaghan is once you head up north, there is also a special waterfall there in tehsil called Kahuta.
The mountains here are covered in snowy peaks, and by the time the snow melts, it is already winter again, which gives this place a never ending chain of waterfalls.
13. Jarogo Waterfalls
This waterfall was named after a Hindu woman that lived here and was known for her beauty and charm. The silk like silver-colored water flows from the top of mountains and splashes on to the rocks underneath.
14. Sajjikot Waterfall
In the famous Havelian Tehsil of Abbottabad district, Sajjikot is a popular tourist attraction that is also in between the heart of mountains. The lush green trees and rocky mountains overlooking the waterfall creates an aura that is so pleasing to the eyes.
15. Shinigrai Waterfall
Referred to as Shingrodand by the locals, this waterfall in the Swat Valley of Khyber Pakhtunkwa and is considered as most dangerous for diving. It has a depth of 70 feet.
16. Swabi Waterfalls
One of the highest waterfalls in Pakistan belongs to the Mardan region. The crystal clear water flowing in between the rocks along with a cool breeze creates a feeling of heaven on Earth.
17. Hanna-Urak Waterfall
Hanna Lake that is encircled by mountains has a small beautiful waterfall right at the end of Urak Valley. This one is a rare gem that remains unexplored in the region of Quetta, till date.
18. Farphu Waterfalls
This waterfall flows in between the mountainous range of Karakoram in Gilgit Baltistan. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in the whole country.
19. Pir Ghaib Waterfall
At a distance of 70 km from Quetta on Sibi Road is situated a popular picnic spot known as Pir Ghaib.
Here, a waterfall cascades down rocky mountain side, making its way through many streams and ponds among the shady palm trees. You need a 4-wheel transport to reach the spot from the main road.
20. Cham Waterfalls
The way it connects with Jhelum Valley Road or Muzaffarabad-Srinagar Road makes it easily accessible to the tourists. These waterfalls are provided with lots of accommodation facilities nearby, which makes it a good place to visit and stay.