Naran: Gateway to Alpine Splendor and Adventure in Pakistan

Naran is a town and popular tourist spot in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is in the upper Kaghan Valley, in the Mansehra District. It is 119 km (74 mi) away from Mansehra city and 2,409 m (7,904 ft) above sea level. About 65 kilometers (40 mi) away from Babusar Top is this place. It is one of the most famous places for tourists to visit in the area and around the world. Naran Valley is also the most popular place to visit in Pakistan. Every year, about 1.5 million people go there.

Tourism In Naran

People love to visit Naran Kaghan because of its nice weather during the busy season. Thousands of people rush to the valley every year. By Babusar Pass, it is also the way to get to Gilgit Hunza in the summer. During the summer, Naran Bazaar is very busy because many hotels and restaurants are there. The government thinks that 5 million people will visit the valley in 2020.


Naran has a humid continental climate, but the weatherbox below shows that it might be subarctic . In the summer it rains a lot, and in the winter it snows a lot. The temperature and geography of the area are Alpine, and woods and fields make up most of the scenery. Throughout the year, the weather is mostly cloudy. The temperature often stays below 0 °C in the winter, and it snows a lot. In the summer, it rarely gets above 15 °C, and it rains a lot. Naran is still busy in the summer, but it starts to get busier earlier, and tourists are staying until late fall. Naran has an average temperature of 4.7 °C all year.

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