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The rivers of Pakistan are spread like a net through its length and breadth.
Right from the height of the Karakorum, the Himalaya, and the Hindukush, Pakistani’s rivers change its courses and flows until they all meet the mighty Indus, at different points, which ultimately falls into the Arabian Sea. These rivers are ideal for all types of water sports like rafting, canoeing, boating, and sailing. Following rivers in the northern Pakistan, are open for water sports, besides the Indus, The Ravi and the Chenab in NWFP, Punjab and Sindh Provinces;
Pakistan is home to an assortment of adventure sports, on land, in the air, and even on rapids. Who knew? What many don’t know or choose to overlook is that Pakistan too offers various whitewater rafting options at many breathtaking locations. Not only is there white water river rafting but you can also try your hand at canoeing, among other water sports.
Northern Pakistan is a hotbed of adventure sports, especially areas such as Chitral, Gilgit, Swat, Hunza, Kunar, Indus, and the Neelam and Jhelum rivers. Those interested in white water rafting head to one of the top four destinations; Kunhar River, the Neelum River, the Indus River, and the Hunza River. All four of these places are great tourist destinations even if white water river rafting isn’t your cup of tea. Once you get here you won’t regret turning down that overpriced tropical trip. It’ll definitely be unforgettable. The beauty of these places is awe-inspiring if I do say so myself.
The great Kunhar river also known as the Nain Sukh is situated in the Khyber Pakhtun province and is 166 kilometers long. The mighty river journeys through the Kaghan Valley, Jalkhad, the Naran Valley, Kaghan, Balakot, and Garhi Habibullah. It is also famous throughout the country for its (now dwindling) trout population. If you’re lucky maybe you can nab two fish with one oar?
The Great Indus River happens to be one of the longest rivers in Asia and the longest in Pakistan stretching across almost 3,180 kilometers.
Hunza River doesn’t really need an explanation. Everyone knows the popularity that surrounds Hunza. The famous river is created by glacier waters that flow through the Kuhnjarab and Kilik gorges. The river’s location itself makes it a definite reason to raft here.
Since white water rafting almost always requires high water levels it’s important to know when to do it. Yes, that can be hectic and frustrating, but worry not I’ve got you covered. The best time to visit the Indus River, Hunza River is recommended between March to April.
Islamabad International Airport
Subject to your flight timing
a) Indus (from Jaglot to Thakot)
b) Kunhar (from Naran to Kaghan)
c) Swat (from Barain to Suidu Sharif)
d) Pankora (from Dir to Batkhela)
e) Hunza (from Aliabad to Gilgit)
f) Gupis Ghizer Valley to Gilgit
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