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3 Days

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English, Urdu

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Embarking on a tour to Shogran and Nathiagali promises an enchanting experience filled with breathtaking landscapes, lush greenery, and serene surroundings. Nestled in the picturesque valleys of Pakistan, these two destinations offer a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the tranquility of nature.

Located in the Kaghan Valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Shogran welcomes travelers with its scenic beauty and pleasant weather. The journey to Shogran itself is an adventure, as the road winds through verdant forests and meandering streams, treating visitors to awe-inspiring views at every turn. Upon arrival, one is greeted by the majestic Himalayan ranges, which serve as a backdrop to the lush green meadows and pine forests that carpet the area.

A popular activity in Shogran is exploring the surrounding hills on horseback. Local guides offer horse riding expeditions that take you through the valleys and up to the hilltops, where you can witness panoramic views of the valley below. The Siri Paye Meadows, a short distance from Shogran, is a must-visit spot. Here, visitors are welcomed by a carpet of wildflowers and can enjoy a leisurely picnic amidst the stunning scenery.

From Shogran, the journey continues to the beautiful hill station of Nathiagali. Situated in the Abbottabad district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Nathiagali is renowned for its cool climate, pristine forests, and panoramic vistas. The road from Shogran to Nathiagali is a visual delight, as it winds through thick forests and offers glimpses of the Himalayan peaks.

In Nathiagali, visitors can explore the Ayubia National Park, a lush sanctuary filled with a variety of flora and fauna. The park provides ample opportunities for hiking and nature walks, allowing you to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the wilderness. The Donga Gali Pine Line Track, a popular hiking trail, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and distant mountains.

Nathiagali is also known for its colonial-era architecture, with charming cottages and lodges dotting the landscape. Strolling through the town’s quaint streets, visitors can experience a sense of nostalgia and witness the fusion of British and local influences in the architecture. The Governor’s House, a prominent landmark, is a stunning colonial-era building that provides a glimpse into the region’s history.

The local cuisine of Shogran and Nathiagali is a delightful blend of traditional Pakistani dishes and regional specialties. Visitors can savor mouthwatering kebabs, aromatic biryanis, and freshly picked fruits, reflecting the flavors of the region. Don’t forget to indulge in a cup of piping hot Kashmiri chai, a traditional tea infused with aromatic spices, as you take in the serene surroundings.

Whether you’re a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or simply in search of tranquility, a tour to Shogran and Nathiagali is an experience that will leave you spellbound. The beauty of these destinations, combined with the warm hospitality of the locals, ensures that every moment spent here becomes a cherished memory. So pack your bags, leave the chaos behind, and embark on a journey to Shogran and Nathiagali for an unforgettable encounter with the wonders of nature.


  • Islamabad – Balakot – Kewai – Shogran – Siri Paye Meadows –
  • Nathiagali – Dungagali – Ayubia – Murree – Mall road – Bhurban –
  • Patriata – Kashmir point


  • Exclusive Private Transport
  • Professional Driver
  • Fuel Expenses & Road tolls
  • Daily Driver and Guide expenses
  • 4x4 Jeep where required
  • Professional tour Guide
  • Hotel Accommodation (3 star)
  • Daily Breakfast included
  • 24/7 Expert assistance
  • Any sort of tickets forts / Museums / Activities
  • Beverages, Laundry
  • Lunch Dinner
  • Extras at Hotel
  • medical emergency
  • Gratuities / Tips


•Greet and welcome Clients
•Departure from Islamabad
•Stopover at Kunhar river point Balakot
•Stopover at Kiwai water streams to enjoy quality time
•Shift to 4x4 jeep | Reach Shogran and shift to hotel
•Rest for a while and head towards Siri Paye Meadows on jeep
•Reach at the Top of Meadows
•Enjoy the amazing views of surrounding vallies from the top
•Explore Meadows and head back towards hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at hotel
•Visit surrounding locations at Shogran
•Head back towards Kiwai
•Reach Kiwai and rest for some time
•Visit Kunhar river view point Balakot
•Enroute towards Nathiagali
•Reach Nathiagali and shift to hotel
•Visit Nathiagali Bazaar
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at the hotel
•Visit Ayubia National Park
•Explore and enjoy quality time at the National park
•Visit Enjoy a nice walk at Pipeline track Nathiagali
•Head towards Murree
•Visit Mall of Murree
•Visit Kashmir Point Sightseeing at Bhurban
•Enjoy chairlift ride at Patriata
•Back to Islamabad


3 Days 2 Nights



Frequently asked questions

The best time to visit Shogran and Nathiagali is during the summer months, from May to September. This is when the weather is pleasant and the scenic beauty of the region is at its peak.

Shogran and Nathiagali are both located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The nearest major city is Islamabad. You can reach there by road from Islamabad or hire a private car or taxi. The journey takes approximately 3-4 hours.

In Shogran, you must visit Siri Paye Meadows, which offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and lush green meadows. You can also explore the nearby forests, take a horse ride, and enjoy camping in the scenic surroundings.

Both Shogran and Nathiagali offer a range of accommodation options to suit different budgets. You can find hotels, guesthouses, and resorts in both locations. It is advisable to make reservations in advance, especially during the peak tourist season.

It is recommended to pack warm clothes, especially during the evenings and nights when temperatures can drop significantly. Comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a camera are also essential items to bring along.

Yes, both Shogran and Nathiagali have restaurants and eateries where you can enjoy a variety of local and Pakistani cuisine. You can also find roadside food stalls offering snacks and traditional delicacies.

Shogran and Nathiagali are generally considered safe for tourists. However, it is always advisable to exercise caution, follow local guidelines, and stay informed about the current security situation. It is also recommended to travel with a reputable tour operator or guide for a smooth and hassle-free experience.

While it is possible to visit Shogran and Nathiagali in a day trip from Islamabad, it is recommended to spend at least one night in the area to fully experience the natural beauty and serenity of the surroundings.

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