Mansehra Travel Guide

  • Me and my cousin Zawar
    Me and my cousin Zawar
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  • Kawaii, Way Point to Shogran
    Kawaii, Way Point to Shogran
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    Lawn View
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Mansehra Things to Do

  • Lake Dudipat Mansehra

    When tourists reach Mansehra, all they know of the place is the lake Saif-ul-Muluk, as they don't know that there's another lake near Saif-ul-Muluk that is Lake Dudipat, This is one the most beautiful lakes of the world. This lake is not easy to approach. The visitor has to travel on jeep to Jilkhad and then the walking track of 6 hours to reach...

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  • Never Miss it!

    Dist. Mansehra is a wonderful area natural beauity wise, Mansehra city is very small but have extra ordinary surroundings. This is situated in between the High Mountains. All of you might have heard about Naran, Kaghan, Lala Zar, Shogran, Balakot etc, but there are also other places which deserves visit. Kund Bangla, Darband, Siri, Siran Valley,...

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  • SCENIC BEAUTY OF MANSEHRA..

    The natural scenery and climate of Mansehra has a great attraction for the tourists. Low and bare hills that fringe the level tracts have attraction of their own, panoramic view of widespread plain and invigorating fresh air in all seasons and the higher hills with pine covered slopes, the snow capped peaks of Kaghan, Bhogarmang, Konsh, Allai and...

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  • IMPORTANT AND HISTORICAL PLACES

    There are a number of important and historical places in Mansehra. Kaghan is famous for its pleasant climate in summer when tourists come to watch its beautiful views. Then comes Balakot which has a great significance in the history of Hazara with special reference of Syed Ahmed Shaheed’s movement. The other well-known villages and towns are...

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  • FAUNA OF MANSEHRA

    Mansehra district sprawling over an area of 4579 sq. km. had been traditionally the home of variety and plenty from faunistic point of view. The expansion in agricultural activities has affected the natural habitats of the area. The fresh water fauna is directly or indirectly dependent on the local rainfall, natural springs, and mostly the Kunhar...

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  • FLORA OF MANSEHRA

    The flora of Mansehra is a very interesting study. Due to the diversity of local topography and climate, particularly of rainfall, the flora varies from place to place. Tree species are well represented by the deciduous and evergreen types. The commonest broad leaved trees are walnut, asanthus, traikun, eucalyptus, acacia, chestnut, birth-cherry,...

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  • LAKES IN MANSEHRA DISTRIST..

    There are three beautiful lakes in Mansehra district. These are encircled by snow clad peaks of the mountain range in the Kaghan valley. The names of these lakes are Lulusar, Dudupatsar and Saiful Maluk Sar. The former two lie near Babusar top while the latter one near Naran. The word “sar” is used with the name of each lake meaning lake. In the...

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  • RIVERS IN MANSEHRA DISTRICT....

    Siran and Kunhar (Nain Sukh?) are well known rivers of the district. The Siran issues from Panjool and flows through the western plain of Pakhli. Two canals have been taken out from the Siran river, the upper Siran canal at Dharial and lower Siran canal at Shinkiari. From Pakhli the Siran runs into the Tanawal hills and joins the Indus at Tarbela...

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  • MOUNTAIN RANGES OF MANSEHRA

    The mountain ranges which enter Mansehra district from Kashmir are the offshoots of the great Himalayan system. In Kaghan valley the mountain system is the highest of the area including the Babusar top. This range flanks the right bank of the Kunhar, contains a peak (Malika-e-Parbat) of over 17,000 feet (19), the highest in the district. On the...

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Mansehra Restaurants

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    by tanoli Written Jun 26, 2013

    Hotel PinePark is one of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels of Shogran (Pakistan). I visited this hotel and found the best quality food, extra ordinary rooms, nice and beautiful Restaurant and highly professional management. You will definitely love it.

    Favorite Dish: I tried many dishes and almost all are nice Chinese and local dishes are great.

    Lawn View Lodges' view View of Standard Rooms' Building View of Restaurant and Lawn Room, Washroom & Enterence
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Mansehra Nightlife

  • Night with Moonlight

    Its wonderful, when its full moon and you are in the most wonderful area of the District. Mansehra, i-e Naran and in Naran its excellent when you are on Lake Saif-ul-Muluk. That is a wonderful scene, the light of the moon falls over the Lake and reflects beautiful rays over the mountains around. and it seems like you are watching a concert which is...

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  • Night with Moonlight

    Its wonderful, when its full moon and you are in the most wonderful area of the District. Mansehra, i-e Naran and in Naran its excellent when you are on Lake Saif-ul-Muluk. That is a wonderful scene, the light of the moon falls over the Lake and reflects beautiful rays over the mountains around. and it seems like you are watching a concert which is...

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Mansehra Transportation

  • Daewoo Bus

    Buses to Mansehar operate from all over the country..You can either use a cheaper way which is normal bus service or luxury buses with air conditions. This is recommended. Its bit expensive than other but less hassle.For all the information on bus services & timings plz follow the link below:

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  • Bus Travel

    Buses to Mansehar operate from all over the country..You can either use a cheaper way which is normal bus service or luxury buses with air conditions. This is recommended. Its bit expensive than other but less hassle.For all the information on bus services & timings plz follow the link below:

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  • Daewoo bus

    First, get to Rawalpindi Daewoo bus station.If coming from Rawalpindi, it wil cost only bout ruppees 80 to 100 to the station. Then buy the ticket to Abbottabad, the fares is bout rupees 130 per person and the schedule is about every 2 hours or so.It will take 2 hours plus to Abbottabad. Then, once you reach there, get a van to Mansehra for only...

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Mansehra Local Customs

  • by WAHEEDASLAM Written May 7, 2004

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    Mansehra district is inhabited by a large number of tribes as well as khels. The people are as mixed as the soil. Among them some are oldest inhabitants while the other arrived here in different periods of time. The first arrival of the latter group is dated back to the medieval times. Some invaded this area and settled here while some others came to seek shelter.In ancient times these people had accepted Buddhism but later on they shifted to Hinduism when it gained power after a long while. In the medieval period the Muslims introduced Islam to them.

    The inhabitants of Mansehra speak Pushto, Hindko, Gojri, Urdu, Kohistani and Kashmiri languages. Hindko, Pushto and Gojri are spoken by the majority while Urdu being the national language is spoken and understood throughout the District. Kohistani and Kashmiri are spoken by a very small number of people who migrated to Mansehra in different times from Kohistan and Kashmir respectively.

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Mansehra What to Pack

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    by tanoli Updated Mar 25, 2013

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    Luggage and bags: Nothing special about that.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Just get goood warm cloths and a shoe pair with good grip to hold tightly.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Just few 1st add things.

    Photo Equipment: Movie Camera, and Still Camera.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: if you are willing to set a camp near any of the lake then do bring a camp with you and all things to be cooked and to eat.

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Mansehra Off The Beaten Path

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    by tanoli Written Dec 20, 2003

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    Most of the people who come to Mansehra, miss the Ashoka Rocks. On these rocks, Ashoka wrote about his rules after his war against the attackers. Manshera was the favourite place of Ashoka to live

    ASHOKA ROCK

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Mansehra Favorites

  • Tip 5

    Met here the only tourist after 3 days in here and Naran, the only foreign tourist so far I met. I met him in the toilet and so happy I ask him "Oh...to Gilgit..." yes he replied. He is the one I mentioned in Gilgit page where he told me he came from "...that...that..."

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  • Tip 4

    There's a bus ticket office for Gilgit here and many many other locations as well, so please do not worry getting here and away. I bought my Gilgit bus ticket here introduced by the Afghan young man, very friend man, very honest and polite, I still remember his look.

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  • Tip 3

    Mansehra is a town tourists needed to stop by for a while for Naran, Gilgit or south to Islamabad. A stopover town to me. Many vehicles come and go here and there, lots of passengers waiting and it look a little mess. I saw the drain here fully covered by litters, quite a lot.

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