The entire region that now forms the Chitral District was a fully independent monarchy until 1895, when the British negotiated a subsidiary alliance with its hereditary ruler, the Mehtar, under which Chitral became a princely state, still sovereign

Shandur Valley

The Shandur pass is about 3738 meter above the sea level and lies midway between Chitral and Gilgit. These areas of Pakistan remains snow covered in winter and turn into the green heaven during summer season. The traditional polo tournament played between Chitral

Madaglasht Valley

Madaglasht Valley is located in the North-east of Chitral Town, the main settelements of this valley are Obara, Ebara, Mathive,Hussainabad and Bayband2. The area of this valley is 152km with the population of Approximate 3,200 people. The language

Laspur Valley

Laspur Valley is located in the North-east of Chitral Town, the main settelements of this valley are Shahidas, Onshot, Herchin, Phargram, Gasht, Raman, Broke, Baleem and Sur Laspur. The area of this valley is 929km2 with the population of Approximate 7,500 people.

Garam Chashma

Chitral has many unique tourist attractions and Garam Chashma is one of those. It is basically a village which is named for a hot water spring emerging from the gourd. Located at around 45Kms from the Chitral city, Garam Chasma is a beautiful place

Goleen Valley

Gollen valley is located in the North-east of Chitral Town, the main settlements of this valley are Goleen Payeen, Chashma, Bubaka, Izghor, Birmogh and Istoor, the area of this Valley is 532km2 with the population of Approximately 2,000 people. The language spoken by the locals is Khowar (Chitrali).

Chitral Museum, Chitral

Chitral a region of deep defiles, rugged mountains, flowing rivers and green valley is the most secluded region of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The region is known throughout the world for its rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty.

Broghil Valley National Park

Broghil Valley is a valley and national park located in the upper northern reaches Chitral District, of Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is located close to the Afghan-Pakistan border.

Ishkoman valley

The Ishkoman valley lies in the north of Pakistan in Gilgit-Baltistan, bordering Afghanistan and the Pamir Wakhan Corridor. In 1888, the Mehtar of Chitral annexed the valley, and it remained under the rule of the Katoor Dynasty until 1895. After this,

Kalasha Valley

The Kalash Valleys (Kalasha-mondr: Kaĺaśa Desh) are valleys in Chitral District in northern Pakistan. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people, who have a unique culture, language



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We tally up the Pakistan’s most-visited attractions, and gathered the most recent data supplied by the attractions themselves or from government agencies, industry reports, and reputable media outlets. We defined “tourist attractions” as cultural and historical sites, natural landmarks, and officially designated spaces.