Ayubia, Murree

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Ayubia National Park, Nathia Gali Rd., Pakistan 33*52'N-73*09'E

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    Chair lift at Nathiagali
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    Baander Point (Monkey Point)

    by Bokhari76 Updated Jan 11, 2006

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    There is a spot on Murree-Nathiagali Road, near Ayubia Chair Lifts, called "Baander Point". In this area great number of monkeys live in the jungle. They are so friendly that they come on the road and take food items directly from a person's hand. They do not harm by any means.

    While returning from Nathiagali. Our driver, who was also a guide, stopped the car there. He was carrying some nimko or popcorns. He sat on the roadside and monkeys ate all from his hand. Then I did the same.

    Feeding to Monkey BAANDER POINT, AYUBIA
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    • Road Trip
    • Photography
    • Jungle and Rain Forest

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    Ayubia National Park, chair Lift a& Neelam View

    by Bokhari76 Updated Jan 11, 2006

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    Four hill stations, namely, Khaira Gali, Changla Gali, Khanaspur and Gora Dhaka, are spread over an area of 26 kilometers and have been developed into a hill resort known as "Ayubia".
    It is named after late Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan at that time. The chairlifts provided at this place are a matter of great attraction. They take you above to the peak of forsted hills. Top point is called "Neelam View" because River Neelam of Kashmir can be viewed from here.

    Chair lift at Nathiagali Common Birds in Ayubia Ayubia in Winter Lalazar to Mukshpuri Track Chari Lift Ticket
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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Hiking and Walking
    • National/State Park

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