Top 10 Beautiful Lakes in Pakistan-2026

Today we will talk about the most beautiful lakes of Pakistan. People all over the world love boating and even swimming in lakes. The lakes offer us a very wonderful scenery. There are many lakes in Pakistan that Pakistan is full of and nature has blessed Pakistan with many lakes,

some of which are beautiful lakes that are mostly located in the northern regions of Pakistan such as Azad Kashmir and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Punjab and Today we are going to talk about some of the beautiful lakes that are close to the natural beauty of Sindh.  Most Beautiful Lakes in Pakistan

SCENIC LAKES IN PAKISTAN

Here are 15 of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan that are truly worth a visit:

  • Saif-ul-Maluk Lake
  • Attabad Lake
  • Rush Lake
  • Satpara Lake
  • Ratti Gali Lake
  • Sheosar Lake
  • Lulusar Lake
  • Dudipatsar Lake
  • Lower Kachura Lake
  • Upper Kachura Lake
  • Mahodand Lake
  • Swaik Lake
  • Chitta Katha Lake
  • Karambar Lake
  • Ansoo Lake

1.Lake Saif ul-Muluk

This lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of about 1200 feet above sea level. This mountain was created by the melting glaciers of the Himalayas and reflects the blue color of this lake. The lake is located about half an hour from Naran and you can go here by jeep. There is a glacier around this lake and the weather here is very moderate in summer. The evening view of this lake is very beautiful and there are a lot of tourists especially in summer.

2. Sheosar Lake

This lake is a small lake located in Naran at an altitude of about 4000 meters and has become a popular tourist destination since it was constructed by the Pakistan Army in 1971. And since then it has been widely used for fishing and hiking The lake is flooded in summer and is covered only by ice in winter

3. Attabad Lake

Attabad Lake Resort

This lake is located in the Gujal Valley in the northern region of Pakistan and was formed after a landslide blocked the Hunza River. The lake is about 30 miles long and about a mile across, making it one of the largest freshwater lakes in the region of Pakistan.

Attabad Lake which has been attracting tourists from all over Pakistan ever since it was opened for tourism in 2011 and attracts millions of tourists every year.

4. Satpara Lake

Satpara Lake

This lake is located in the heart of Naran and this lake is considered to be a very beautiful lake and this lake was formed due to some erosion. Which is left behind a big rock. This lake has become an island. The surrounding area is very green and beautiful which makes it one of the most beautiful places in Pakistan. Top 10 Beautiful Lakes in Pakistan-2023

5. Dudipatsar Lake

Dudipatsar Lake

TourRangers presents another easy trek for Pakistan’s trekking community. This time, the team will be covering the queen of all lakes, the Dudipatsar lake while trekking through lush green pastures of Mula ki Basti. The lake, also known as the ‘Dudipat Lake’, is surrounded by snow-capped peaks in the Lulusar – Dudipatsar national park. The lake is situated in the northern part of the Kaghan valley, in the mansehra district, Khyber Pkhtunkhwa.

6. Banjosa Lake

banjosa lake

Banjosa lake is a man-made lake and tourist resort located 18 km (11 mi) outside Rawalakot city, Pakistan. It is situated in the Poonch District, Azad Kashmir, and is situated at 1,981 m above sea level. It is a great place to have picnics with friends and family, and is surrounded by beautiful pine forests and mountains. It is an ideal place for an afternoon or a weekend getaway, as it is 3-4 hours from Islamabad by car. Boating at Banjosa is available, and you can also take a look at the sunset from the lake.

7. Ratti Gali Lake

ratti gali lake

Ratti Gali is a glacial lake situated in the wilderness of Azad Kashmir. It is one of the most beautiful places in the region, with its sparkling waters and wildflowers. It is called ‘Rattu’ due to the red color of the surrounding slopes and plateaus. The locals call it ‘Dowarian’ Lake, and it is also known as the ‘Jewel of NEELUM VALLEY’. The lake is situated at an altitude of 3,683 meters, or 12,083 feet, and is surrounded by mountains, particularly the ‘Karakoram’ Mountain Range. The only other major city near this lake is ‘Muzaffarabad’, which is 75 km away. The journey to this lake takes about 4-6 hours, depending on traffic and weather conditions.

8. Rush Lake

Rush Lake

Explore the Hunza Valley for a 2-week holiday with Hunza Adventure Tours, including the well-known 7 day Rush Lake Trek. This short trek is the perfect introduction to the Hunza Valley’s natural beauty. Rush Lake is situated at an altitude of 4,694 m, making it one of the world’s highest lakes. It is about 15 km from Miar Peak in the north, and 5 km from Spantik Gold Peak in the Nagar valley. Both Rush Lake and Rush Peak can be reached from Nagar or Hoper Valley, and also from the Hopper Glacier or Miar Glacier, which rises from Miar Peak or the phuparash peak. As you cross and head towards the lake, you will see some of the most beautiful peaks, such as Spantik, Miar, Peak, and Ultar SAR, all of which offer stunning views. On a clear day, you can even see K2 Summit.

9-Karambar Lake

karambar lake chitral

At an altitude of 4272 metres, Karambar lake is the 31st largest lake in the world, with a width of 3.3 km. Spanning 2.56 square kilometers, it is one of Pakistan’s most picturesque lakes, boasting some of the world’s coldest and clearest azure waters. The water flows from the main lake to a smaller lake called Ribat Lake, which is about a mile away. From Ribat Lake, the water flows downstream towards the town of Broghil. Here at Graana.com, we’ve got you covered when it comes to Karambar Lake – how to get there, what to do, where to go, and more. https://www.graana.com/blog/lakes-in-pakistan/

Pakistan has a variety of lakes, both natural and artificial. According to the information available, there are over 50 natural and artificial lakes in Pakistan, ranging in size and depth. Manchar Lake is the largest lake in Pakistan, located in Jamshoro District, Sindh province, and is the largest freshwater lake, covering an area of about 100 square miles. Other popular lakes in Pakistan include Manchar Lake, which is located in the Manchar District of Sindh, and Saiful-ul-Mulkuk Lake, which is situated in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pkhtunkhwa, and is a popular tourist attraction due to its natural beauty.

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