Neelum District is the northernmost district of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Taking up the larger part of the Neelam Valley, the district has a population of 191,000 (as of 2017). The Neelum River was known before Partition as Kishan Ganga and was subsequently renamed after the village of Neelam. It flows down from the Gurez Valley in Indian Jammu and Kashmir and roughly follows first a western and then a south-western course until it joins the Jhelum River at Muzaffarabad. The valley is a thickly wooded region with an elevation ranging between 4,000 feet (1,200 m) and 7,500 feet (2,300 m), the mountain peaks on either side reaching 17,000 feet (5,200 m). Neelum Valley is 144 kilometres (89 mi) long. Most of the valley is taken up by the Neelum District Urdu. The district is bordered on the south-west by Muzaffarabad District, which also encompasses the lower reaches of the valley, to the north-west beyond the mountains lies the Kaghan Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Mansehra District, to the north and north-east are the Diamer, Astore and Skardu districts of Gilgit-Baltistan. To the south and east are the Kupwara and Bandipora districts of Indian Kashmir. The Line of Control runs through the valley – either across the mountains to the south-east, or in places right along the river, with several villages on the left bank falling on the Indian side of the border
Departure from Lahore 05:00 am
Arrival at Islamabad 04:00 am
Arrival at Muzaffarabad 12:00 pm
Refreshment break for 1 hour
Leaving for Kutton Jagran 01:00 pm
Reaching at Kutton Jagran 05:00 pm
Night Stay at Kutton Jagran
Kutton Also known as Jagran Valley ) is a village and tourist resort in Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Rest houses of AJK Tourism and Archeology Department and Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) are located here. Some private rest houses and hotels are also available here for tourists stay.
Break Fast 07:00 am
Departure for Arrang Kel 08:00 am
5 hours Road Drive
Reaching at trekking point 01:00 am
2 hours trekking
Reaching at at Arang Kel 03:00 am
Night stay in Arang Kel
Arang Kel is a village, and tourist spot in the Neelam valley of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is located on the hilltop above Kel at an altitude of 8,379 feet (2,554 m). The village is accessible by a 2kilometer trek from Kel. It can also be accessed by a kilometer-long chairlift administrated by Pak Army
Break Fast: 08:00 am
Two hours Trekking back start 09:00 am
Road drive back to sharda 11:00 am
Reaching at Sharda 01:00 pm
Peeth is a Hindu temple and ancient centre of learning dedicated to the Hindu goddess of learning, Sharada. It was one of the foremost temple universities of the Indian subcontinent.
Leaving for Kuttaon Jagran for night stay
Reaching at Jagran Kuttan 05:00 pm.
Break Fast 06:00 am
Leaving Jagran 07:00 am
Reaching Muzaffarabad 11:00 am
Reaching at Islamabad 03:00 pm
Refreshment stay for one hour
Leaving for Lahore 04:00 pm
Reaching at Lahore 08:00 pm
Terms & Condition:
1. Payment will be made through above-mentioned methods or By-hand within the 12 hours of reservation
2. Only Transportation, Food / Tea, and mentioned Charges will be charged.
3. Any other expense will be on Self-contribution.
6. Abide by the time and be punctual to back at Decided points.
7. Extra charges will be paid if have to move other than plan.
8. Bring Water / Light Food items / Hiking Stick / Shoulder Bag / Umbrella / Chocolates / Candies / Necessary Medicines.
9. The trip can be canceled due to any reason.
10. Please follow the instructions of the Administrator
11. Every person must have to bring original CNIC
12. Every person must have to sign the undertaking before departure.
13. Company holds the right to cancel the trip at any time.
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