Muzaffarabad is not only the capital of the Azad Kashmir but also a hub of political, cultural activities and serves as a great place for base camp for the national and international visitors. This city is full of various leisure spots that include; Sathra (a public place, reveals the beauty of the entire city before a beholder). Next, the junction point of the river Neelum and Jhelum presents a mesmerizing view from here. Lohar Gali is located at a distance of 9 kilometers from Muzaffarabad on Abbottabad road and the Red Fort is a testimony of the very old history of this beautiful city.
Neelum Valley is spread over an area of about 240 kilometres with scenic natural views. It is located to the North & North East of Muzaffarabad (Capital of Azad Kashmir). Excellent picturesque beauty, enchanting views, gigantic hills on both sides of the loud Neelum river, lush green forests, cold water streams & lakes and gorgeous environment make the valley heaven on Earth. Worth visiting places in Neelum Valley are; Kundal Shahi, Kutton, Salkhala, Athmaqam, Karen, Dowarian, Shardha, Kel and Arangkel.
Leepa valley is the most captivating & charming valley situated 45 kilometres from Muzaffarabad. The valley remains open for domestic tourists from May to November. Worth visiting places for tourists in this valley are Leepa, Dao Khan, and Chananian.
Rawalakot is a capital metropolis of Poonch district (Azad Kashmir) Pakistan. It is positioned in the Pir Panjal Range. It is also known as Pearl Valley because of the plenty of almond blossoms in the summer season. It gives the illusion of dispersed pearls when observed from a mountain.
Location: Rawalakot is around 76 kilometres from Kahuta and approximately 120 km from Rawalpindi, Pakistan. It is connected with Rawalpindi and Islamabad via Goyain Nala and Tain roads.
Elevation: It is located at the height of of1, 638 meters or 5,374 feet.