Pakistan being a picturesque country has numerous breathtaking destinations. The country is blessed with unique landscapes and marvelous mountain ranges. The waterfalls in Pakistan are great tourist destinations. All of them are accessible in summers and some of them in winters.
List of 25 Waterfalls in Pakistan
Waterfalls are the most soothing creations of mother nature. Watching it fall from the length and tumble off a rock face into a river beneath is magical. There are numerous waterfalls in Pakistan. Let’s take a look at the 25 most beautiful ones across the country. We have divided the list province-wise for clarity. If you are in a specific province or planning to visit it, do consider the waterfalls in the locality for a mesmerizing experience. The article is divided into sections, and each section has a list of waterfalls worth visiting.
- Waterfalls in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan
- Waterfalls in Balochistan, Pakistan
- Waterfalls in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
- Waterfalls in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
- Waterfalls in Punjab, Pakistan
- Waterfalls in Sindh, Pakistan
|Waterfalls in Azad Kashmir
|Twin Waterfalls of Gulpur
|Hattian Bala District
Jamgar Waterfalls – Neelum Valley
A beautiful and refreshing waterfall located in the Neelam Valley, Azad Kashmir is Jamgar Waterfall. The waterfalls in the form of stepping from the great height of soaring hills. This waterfall is spread over an area of 200 km. It is an appealing sight for tourists to see.
Dhani Waterfall – Muzaffarabad District
Dhani Waterfall also referred to as Dhani Noseri Waterfall, is located in Neelum Valley Azad Kashmir. It is the highest most waterfall among others in the Neelum Valley and a noteworthy cascade for tourists. It is situated at a distance of 38 km from Muzaffarabad District.
Kutton Waterfall – Neelum Valley
Kutton Waterfall is located in the village Kutton in Neelam Valley. It is a tourist resort located 82 km from Muzaffarabad. There are many waterfalls in Neelam Valley but this is the major attraction in the area.
Patika Waterfall – Muzaffarabad District
Another beautiful waterfall located in Azad Kashmir is Patika Waterfall. It is situated at a distance of 19 km from Muzaffarabad. This waterfall is a gateway to Neelum Valley and is, therefore, the first waterfall to enjoy along the journey.
Twin Waterfalls of Gulpur – Kotli
Yet another gem of the Azam Kashmir is the Mahulli Twin Waterfall that is located near Gulpur town in District Kotli. It is located at the junction of the Kotli-Mirpur and Kotli-Rawalpindi road. It is tremendously beautiful and falls from a shorter height into a lake. The view of the waterfall from the rocky top is amusing.
Cham Waterfall – Hattian Bala District
A relatively unexplored waterfall in the Azad Kashmir is Cham Waterfall. It is situated in Chinari, a small village in the Hattian Bala district of Azad Kashmir. It is located at a distance of 51 km from Muzaffarabad and is a great tourist attraction.
Tillni Waterfall – Sudhnuti District
Another waterfall that remains unexplored until recently is Tillni Waterfall. It is situated at a distance of 110 km from Islamabad in the Sudhnuti District of Azad Kashmir. It is located close to a high school.
Balochistan is considered one of the most lively locations in Pakistan. This area offers some of the most herbal and God gifted locations to catch the attention of most tourists.
|Waterfalls in Balochistan
|Pir Ghaib Waterfall
|Moola Chotok Waterfalls
Pir Ghaib Waterfall – near Quetta
Pir Ghaib Waterfall is a splendor located 70 km from Quetta. The waterfall cascades down from the rocky mountains and ends into a huge natural pool. It is also surrounded by shady palm trees that enhance the beauty and draw visitors to itself.
Hanna-Urak Waterfall – near Urak Valley
Hanna-Urak Waterfall is located in close vicinity to Hanna Lake in Urak Valley. If you ever visit the Quetta District of Balochistan, do visit this small waterfall. It is surrounded by mountains and will leave you stunned.
Moola Chotok Waterfalls – near Khuzdar
Moola Chotok Waterfall is located in a small village named Moola, hence the name Moola Chotok. It is situated at a distance of 106 km from the Khuzdar District of Balochistan. This place is a hidden paradise in Pakistan and you will fall deeply in love with its beauty.
|Waterfalls in Gilgit-Baltistan
|Kharmung Valley, Skardu
Manthokha Waterfall – Kharmang Valley, Skardu
Maanthoka Waterfall is located in Kharmang Valley that is 80 km in distance from Skardu. It is a God-gifted magnificent waterfall and a well-known place for visitors. It is a major attraction for tourists and they enjoy camping in the area. This beautiful and tall waterfall is approximately 180 feet high.
Farphu Waterfalls – Bagrot Valley
One of the tallest and the most spectacular waterfalls in Gilgit-Baltistan is Farphu Waterfall. It is located in Bargot which is a wonderful valley in Karakoram Mountain Ranges. It is a delightful spot to visit in summers as the roads are blocked in winters due to snow.
|Waterfalls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
|Naran Kaghan Waterfalls
|Manglawar, Swat Valley
|Matta Tehsil, Swat
Chajian Waterfall – near Haripur
Chajian Waterfall is located on the outskirts of the remote village, 25 km from the city of Haripur. The waterfall is fed by natural springs and the water is clean and fresh. Tourists can enjoy the shower in the waterfall. It is accessible during summers with increased flow and enhanced beauty.
Naran Kaghan Waterfalls – Kaghan Valley
Naran Kaghan Waterfall is one of the stunning waterfalls in the Kaghan Valley. This waterfall is a refreshing joy in the summers as it is covered with snow in the winters. Tourists can enjoy the water flowing down in the multiple spots surrounded by lush greenery.
Sajikot Waterfall – near Abbottabad
Sajikot Waterfall is situated approximately 24 km from the Havelian city in the District Abbottabad. The beauty of this waterfall is being a dual waterfall, which looks totally glam. This is a great attraction to many tourists and locals as well.
Shingrai Waterfall – Manglawar, Swat Valley
Another waterfall in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the Shingrai Waterfall. It is a year-round tourist spot and is a fairly unexplored area in the Swat valley. Travelers enjoy the mystic waterfall in cool and serene surroundings.
Jarogo Waterfall – near Matta Tehsil, Swat
Jarogo Waterfall located in the beautiful valley of Swat is one of the highest waterfalls in Pakistan. It is situated in Matta Tehsil in Swat District. It is 30 km in distance from Tehsil. The sight of this waterfall will leave you refreshed.
Umbrella Waterfall – near Sajikot, Abbottabad
Umbrella Waterfall is located in Abbottabad District. It is a recent and newly emerged tourist attraction in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is situated at a distance of 27 km from Havelian city. There is a hike of about 30-40 minutes to reach the exact location.
Noori Waterfall – Haripur
Noori Waterfall, known locally as Norri de Tahand, is located at a distance of 60 km from Islamabad. There are no proper roads, so people need to walk on foot for 2 km to reach at a sight. It is also a great spot for hiking in the mountains. The waterfall is 30 m high and is surrounded by green mountains. It is a most beautiful and attractive spot in the summer.
|Waterfalls in Khyber Punjab
|Kotli Sattian, Rawalpindi
|Neela Sandh Waterfall
Bissa Waterfall – Kotli Sattian, Rawalpindi
Bissa Waterfall is located at a 30 km distance from Islamabad. This is a mesmerizing view of a beautiful waterfall that is falling from a considerable height. This is also one of the unexplored spots in Pakistan.
Bruti Waterfall – Islamabad
Bruti Waterfall in the Margalla Hills is a scenic place approximately 3 km from Bari Imam. The place has recently gained attraction by youngsters who hike in the hills. It is a natural water pond in the summer season. It is accessible by Trail 5.
Narh Waterfall – Rawalpindi
Narh Waterfall is located in a small village in the Tehsil of Kahuta. It is approximately 60 km in distance from Islamabad. This is a great escape from the heat in summers.
Neela Sandh Waterfall – Mouri Syedan
Neela Sandh Waterfall is located in Mouri Syedan in District Rawalpindi. It is approximately 40 km in distance from Islamabad. The water flowing from the waterfall is clear and bluish in color. The surroundings are a lush green valley.
Neela Wahn – Kallar Kahar
Neela Wahn Waterfall is located approximately 30 km from Kallar Kahar. It is a great spot for adventure seekers as it requires a hike through the lush green fields. Tourists get immersed in the sounds of nature, a great hideout from urban life.
|Waterfalls in Khyber Sindh
Khadeji Waterfall – near Karachi
Khadeji Waterfall is a good place to visit in the winter season. It is one of the oldest waterfalls located 60 km in distance from Karachi city. It has an average elevation of 350 feet above sea level. There are mountains surrounding this waterfall.
Wrapping It Up
We tried our best to not miss any of the most beautiful waterfalls in Pakistan.
Do let us know your experiences of these waterfalls in the comments section and which one did you find the most attractive of all?
Do plan to visit any of these with your friends and family, it will be a great retreat.