Change is the spice of life and to change the diurnal routine. People mostly plan to have a good trip to some salubrious place, and the first place that comes into their mind is none other than Naran Kaghan. By the advent of Summer season visitors resort to this beautiful area and there are many scenic beauties in Naran Kaghan, Breathtaking views and some must see places are as follows.e
If you plan to visit Naran Kaghan then first place which comes to mind is Lake Saif ul Maluk as known by its famous fictional story. It is about 3,224 meters (10,578 feet) high above sea level. Lake is famous for Trout fish and is about 1-1.8km deep. The view of Saif ul Maluk is so mesmerizing with reflection of peaks of mountains around it on sunny day. Malika Parbat can also be seen from Saif ul Maluk and you can enjoy boat ride and can have cup of Tea or Coffee along with sizzling dumplings from Canteens at Saif ul Maluk lake.
This lake is famous due to its shape like an eye. It is about 4,245 meters (13,927 feet) above sea level. Ansoo lake is viable to visit in Mid-Summer and it takes about 7 to 8 hours of trekking from Lake Saif ul Maluk. Trekking to Ansoo lake is a strenuous task, but the view of Lake is worth suffering for it.
Lalazar is also known as Valley of Blooming Flowers and is in Kaghan Valley. It is about 3,200 meters (10,499 feet) above sea level. Place should be visited during the timeline if July and August and it provides a spectacular view of Green turf along with a beautiful lake. Beautiful flowers as well as Markhors and snow pigeons could be seen at that place.
It is situated at the border of KPK and Azad Kashmir. It is about 3,959 meters (12,988 feet) above sea level. Noori top is one of the finest destinations of Naran Kaghan which visitors should keep in mind while having a visit to this area.
Dudipatsar lake is also known as Gem of Pakistan. It is about 3,800 meters (12,500 feet) above sea level. To reach to witness the breath-taking view of that lake, trekking starts from area of Besal and you need to spare 2 to 3 days to have a nostalgic trip to that lake. During trekking you will also have encounter with some flowering plants of that area.
Saral lake is also known as Princess of Mountains. It is about 13,600 feet above sea level. Mid-Summer is the best time to plan a visit to this place. Marmots, horses and wild flowers grown around the lake will surely cheer your mood up at that lake.
These lakes derive their name as they constitute of seven lakes and water of each falls into the next one. Water Trails of last lake of them can be seen joining the Lulusar lake and it is about 2 hours trekking from Lulusar lake.
Babusar top along with Saif ul Maluk lake is widely visited spot by visitors of Naran Kaghan. The versatility of this point is that it is the highest point in Naran Kaghan about 4,173 meters (13,691 feet) above sea level. At the Base you can sit and can have something to eat from the DHABAS. You can also buckle up yourself and get ready to hike a few hundred meters to reach at the top and have some photographs with the National Flag in chilling breeze.
Malika parbat is the highest peak in Naran Kaghan. Its white snowy peak is clearly visible from Saif ul Maluk lake. It is about 5,290 meters (17,356 feet) above sea level and 6km away from Saif ul Maluk lake. Hike and Trek to that place can be tiresome and visitors are sometimes befooled by looking at the peak from Saif ul Maluk and taking it a walk in the park to reach that place.
Gitidas lake is also situated near Lulusar lake which is also a beautiful lake at the side of the road. This lake is known for its serene lush green grassy area along with fresh water streams flowing through it. Gitidas lake destination is a Jeep track and it is difficult one in the area to reach that lake.