Khaira Gali is one of the tourist mountain resort towns of the Galiyat area of Pakistan, it has an altitude of 2347m. Khaira Gali is located in Palak which is a Union Council of Abbottabad District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. This hill station was also used

as a barricade by the British during the colonial period and during the summer months it was occupied by one of the British mountain batteries, which were stationed at Rawalpindi during the winter. It is also famous for the hexagon manor on the highest elevation of the town, that belongs to the owner of the famous Pakistani oil brand Seasons Canola.

It situated at a distance of 16 kilometers from Murree at an elevation of 2346 meters. when you are travelling entire Gallyiat there are lush green alpine forest all along the road. Even entire of your journey you are enjoying panoramic view of snow clad Pir Panjal and other ranges in Kashmir . There are a number of small dwellings all along, where you can stay and rest. Even in season rates are very cheap in Khairagali. If you are coming from Rawalpindi/Islamabad via Murree so you can also visit and even stay Khairagali. Khairagali is most beautiful hill station in Galliyat and most of the tourist who know the private houses and lodges can easily got cheap and secure residence, instead of Nathiagali and Ayubia.



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