Couple Tour to Swat, Kalam & Malam Jabba

Situated at 3,220 ft in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province is the magnificent Swat valley. Dubbed the “Switzerland of the East”, the area is a traveler’s paradise with its refreshing weather, lush green pine trees, snow-capped peaks, and the crystalline waters of the Swat River meandering through its heavenly plains from the Ushu mountain range. Swat is located 250km from Islamabad and 160km from Peshawar. Its capital is Saidu Sharif and Mingora is a popular city with tourists owing to a great variety of hotels and bazaars. Malam Jabba is a gorgeous hill station around 40 km from Saidu Sharif in Swat Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Located in the Hindu Kush mountain range, Malam Jabba is a popular, snowy tourist destination which offers skiing, trekking, chairlift rides, and sightseeing. It houses the famous Malam Jabba Ski Resort 9,200 ft above sea level, owned by the Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation, where skiing competitions are held every year during winters. Two trails also run through the region, namely the Ghorband Valley trekking trail and the Sabonev Valley trekking trail


The magnificent Swat Valley popularly known as the Switzerland of Pakistan. is situated north of Peshawar In ancient times it remained center of then flourishing Buddhist civilization still having its remnants found at various places. Its old name was Udyana (Land of Gardens)


Travel on Swat Motorway.
Enjoy majestic scenery of newly built highway.
Arrival at Malam Jabba.
Photography & Sightseeing

Departure for Kalam
Visit White Palace
Visit Margazar
Visit Swat Meuseum (if operational)
Drive to Fiza Ghat
Continue for Kalam
Stopover at Fizaghat and Bahrain for photography and sightseeing

Transfer to 4x4 for amazing jeep safari to famous Mahudand Lake
Stopovers on the way
Visit Ushu forest
Visit Mataltan waterfall
Visit Paloga village
Sightseeing at majestic Mahudand Lake.

Arrival in Islamabad
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Couple Tour to Swat, Kalam & Malam Jabba