Shangla is located at the distance of 216 km from Peshawar and is accessible via Mardan on Rustam Road and finally turns right on Chagerzey Road to access Shangla. Due to remote access of Shangla, human development is also very low in this district.
There are small valleys between the hillocks and high mountains which covered with forests. The average elevation of the area is 2,000 to 3000 meters. Kuz Ganrshal is the highest point having elevation of 3,440 meters.Visit Shangla
Swabi is located at the distance of 105 km from Peshawar and lies between the Kabul River and the Indus River. It is accessible through Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M1 and then following the Swabi-Jahanghira Road.Visit Swabi
Tank is situated on the foot of Takht-i-Sulaiman Range, at a distance of 267 km from Peshawar on the Indus Highway N55. Shrine of Pir Sabir Shah Baba is the famous visiting place in the city, where number of tourists from adjoining areas visit the shrine. Another main landmark is the Nawab Qilla, which is a mud fort on an area of more than 200 kanals. There is a huge garden covering area of more than 500 kanals, also called Nawab of Tank Garden, at the back side of the Nawab Qilla.Visit Tank
Torghar, also known as Kala Dhaka, is the smallest district of Pakistan and is located at a distance of 272 km from Peshawar via Haripur on Mansehra Road. The Black Mountain with high peaks at intervals, forms a long narrow ridge and deep passes. The highest peak is known as Machay Sar, which is visible from adjoining areas. The same narrow road along the Indus River connects with Thakot on the Karakoram Highway.Visit Torghar