Charsadda is situated at the distance of 32 km from Peshawar and is accessible by Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway M1 and then following Noshera-Charsadda Road. It is an historical city at an altitude of 906 feet and was part of the Gandhara dynasty in 516 BC. There are number of archaeological sites related to the ancient Gandhara and Sanskrit in Charsadda, in which Bala Hisar, Shar-e-Napursan, Bactrian Greeks, Palatu Dheri, etc.Visit Charsadda
Lakki Marwat is situated at a distance of 217 km from Peshawar city. Its landscape is mixture of hills and sandy plains. These hills having the average elevation of 500 to 1000 meters, such as the Marwat range, the Kark Niazi range, the and Baittani range covers the city around it. Number of streams flows from these mountains and the Kurram River flows in the district and joins the Indus River at Isa Khel town.Visit Lakki Marwat
Nowshera is situated on the bank of the Kabul River, at a distance of 40 km from Peshawar on Peshawar Road. The Kabul River and the Bara River are two main rivers, which flow through the district.
In Nowshera, there are number of famous shrines of Kaka Sahib, Akhund Panju Baba, Sheikh Bahadur Baba and Sheikh Shahbaz Baba.Visit Nowshera
Kandow village is a beautiful village in Karak district on the foot of Zankota Hills. Thre are beautiful views of landscape yellowish grey mountains with touches of green plants. On the top of hill, one can get a bird eye view of Kandow village.Visit Zankota Hills
Balakot is the break point before or after visiting the Kaghan Valley near the relaxing atmosphere of the Kunhar River flowing toward the Jhelum River.Visit Break near Balakot
Lulusar Lake, the large size in lake in Kaghan Valley, is the main source of the Kunhar River, which flows throughout the Kaghan Valley, which joins with the Jehlum River.Visit Lulusar Source of Kunhar
There are lot of beautiful views while traveling in Kaghan Valley.Visit View of Kaghan Valley