There is hardly any place in the world that is as beautiful as the Neelum Valley in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. The place is blessed with some of the most magnificent scenery you will ever get to see. The valley is named after the Neelum river which flows through the valley. If you were wondering where to go during your coming holidays, your search should be over after watching these 51 amazing pictures of Neelum Valley. These pictures will inspire you to visit this heavenly place and take some amazing photographs and make some amazing memories with your loved ones in this spectacular valley.
Here are 51 pictures of Neelum Valley that tell why it should be your next Holiday destination.
51 – Neelum Valley is a 144 kilometres long bow-shaped thick forested region in Azad Kashmir.
50 – It is one of the most beautiful places in the world, with dense forests, several scenic villages, and some spectacular water bodies.
49 – Neelum Valley is named after the Neelum river which flows through the length of the valley.
48 – Here is a traditional hut in Arang Kel area of Neelum Valley.
47 – This is the beautiful Sharda Bridge in Sharda, Neelum Valley.
46 – Other than the spectacular views, you will also get to see some amazing wildlife in Neelum Valley.
45 – Neelum Valley is situated in the North-East of Muzaffarabad.
44 – This is a traditional wooden house surrounded by forest in Arang Kel.
43 – Here’s a group of local girls walking by the river.
42 – A beautiful suspension bridge in Taobat area of Neelum Valley.
41 – Here’s a spectacular aerial view of Taobat.
40 – Neelum Valley runs parallel to Kaghan Valley.
39 – Neelum Valley and Kaghan Valley are separated by snow-covered peaks. Some peaks are more than 4,000 meters above sea level.
38 – There are many beautiful lakes in Neelum Valley. This is Saral Lake.
37 – Wherever you will go in Neelum Valley, you will get to see the beauty of the mountains and the Neelum river.
36 – Here’s a spectacular view of a peak between Taobat and Gagai.
35 – Another amazing view of a peak between Taubat and Gagai.
34 – The wooden houses in Neelum Valley compliment the beauty of the area.
33 – One of the main sources of income for the locals is cattle.
32 – There are many rest houses and lodges of the AJK Tourism and Archeology Department in Keran, Kuton, Dawarrian, Sharda, Taobat, and Kel. You can choose to stay in these rest houses and lodges during your trip to Neelum Valley.
31 – This Trek leads to Chitta Katha Lake.
30 – Many people earn their living via farming.
29 – There are some private hotels in Neelum valley as well.
28 – Here is a local farmer working in his fields in Gagai.
27 – These houses in Taobat are situated on a mountain slope.
26 – There are many amazing waterfalls as well in Neelum Valley. This is the Jagran waterfall in Kutton.
25 – This is Gujjar Rivulet.
24 – Here is a spectacular sight of Jam Garh Village.
23 – The green and blue waters of the Neelum River and other water bodies will leave you mesmerised.
22 – A stunning view of Taobat.
21 – Ratti Gali Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Neelum Valley.
20 – The weather in Neelum Valley is mostly very pleasant. The clouds are and the scenery provides amazing photo opportunities. This picture was taken in Kel.
19 – Here’s a spectacular view of Kutton in Neelum Valley during winter.
18 – The night sky in Neelum Valley is full of stars. And provides amazing opportunities for stargazing.
17 – The snow covered Neelum Valley looks absolutely stunning during the winters.
16 – Here’s another spectacular click of Rattigali Lake. This lake gets surrounded by thousands of beautiful flowers during spring.
15 – Neelum Valley has many historical places as well.
14 – The major towns and villages in Neelum Valley include Kundal Shahi, Jura, Athmuqam, Kutton, Keran, Dowarian, Dudhnial, Sharda, Tehjian, Kel, Arang Kel, and Taobat.
13 – The most popular lakes in Neelum Valley include Chitta Katha Lake, Shounter Lake, Ratti Gali Lake, and Saral Lake.
12 – Here is a spectacular view of Sharda in Neelum Valley.
11 – This is Taobat.
10 – Neelum Valley is connected from Muzaffarabad by Neelum Road. This road leads up to Kel. Public transport is available from Muzaffarabad to Athmuqam and Kel.
9 – The twisting and turning Neelum River is the backbone of the economy of the valley.
8 – Here’s a wonderful click of Phalwai village.
7 – Where else would you find such spectacular views?
6 – The greenery of the Neelum Valley will take your breath away.
5 – Beautiful peaks, dense forests, and plenty of water bodies make Neelum Valley a perfect escape from the busy urban life.
4 – Don’t forget to take such amazing pictures when you visit Neelum Valley. This picture was taken in Sharda, Neelum Valley.
3 – You will find many such streams in the Neelum Valley.
2 – It rains often in Neelum Valley. So don’t forget to take your boots and other equipment to keep yourself dry and warm.
1 – Now stop thinking, tag your mates and plan a trip to Neelum Valley.
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