Lake Saif-ul-Maluk, Emblem of Love and Romance

May 15, 2015 By:

"Insignia of Love and splendour" spread over the Pakistan but in our summer vacations whole of our group decided to visit any of the natural emblem of love then at least decided to visit towards the Saif-ul- Maluk Lake and the valley of Naran. But we decided due to the shortage of the time to travel by air from Lahore to Islamabad while further through buses towards the Khyber Pakhtunkhaw. So we booked our seats through the Cheap Flight to Pakistan.

"The lake of the fairies" Saif-UL- Maluk located in the basin of the series of mountains and glaciers while these mountains are mostly surrounded by the juniper trees and the lush green meadows in the Mansehra district near the Narran Valley. Due to the glory and magnificence of this site Saif-UL –Maluk is one of the busiest and most visited site of Khyber Pakhtunkhaw and a little bit far from Naran Valley so people preferred both of these places.

Lake Saif-ul-Maluk Picture 1
Lake Saif-ul-Maluk Picture 2

It is one most visited place in Pakistan and this lake also one of the highest lakes in Pakistan. The lake is about travelling on foot of 1-2 hours far from the Naran. In this area and in the surroundings also the temperature becomes moderate in the day timings while in the evening or in the night the temperature becomes sometimes to the minus also. While in the winter season, the lake becomes frozen due to the low in temperature and the lake during the months of December to Febuary completely headed with snow and the mountains around the lake also covered with snow and provides the incredible beauty of the nature and seems that while the area is covered with the white shovel.

Lake of Saif-UL-Maluk is incredibly far-famed owing to the reverence of the Prince of Persia fell love with a fairy at the lake, the far-famed story was written by the far-famed Sufi author Main Muhammad Bakhsh in step with this story and currently people believe that fairies return right down to the lake within the night of the full moon. Whereas the author from Balakot, Ahmad Husain Islamist additionally wrote the story within the poetic sense and also the native language of Balakot.

Lake Saif-ul-Maluk Picture 3
Lake Saif-ul-Maluk Picture 4

Then after arriving we enjoyed a lot at the lake while recently a small bridge is formed then we all went there and took pleasure of this incredible beauty and also took the taste of Bar B Q and took some rest and camped here and planed for spending the night near to this lake. It was a marvellous journey towards the beauty of nature and too memorable for me...