A Secret Fairytale in Pakistan:

The Kumrat Valley is still in the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). It goes on for more than 35 km. During the summer, it is a popular place for tourists to visit. About a million people from all over the country probably come to this valley every summer because of the plants and the calm weather. The weather is great, the scenery is beautiful, and there are some great freshwater bodies in the Valley. Thall is the town closest to this valley. It’s a small town with a lot of important places. One more thing about this valley is that there are more deodar trees on the ground near the Panjkora River. The Hindu Kush hills are where the Panjkora River starts. The river flows through the Kumrat Valley, which is very rich and also good for the environment.


Kumrat valley has beautiful lakes, high mountains, beautiful valleys, lush trees that are good for the environment, and other natural wonders. The number of tourists who visit Kumrat Valley each year is slowly going up. It’s becoming a popular place for tourists. Tourists complain about not being able to use their phones in the valley. The road to Kumrat is also in bad shape, which makes it hard for people to get there. Visitors say that the best way to get to this Valley is through Timargarha.

Temperature in Kumrat Valley:

Summer and spring are the best times to visit the valley because the average temperature is between 20°C and 25°C. In the winter, the temperature is between -4 and -10 degrees Celsius.

Kumrat ValleyElectricity Facility:

There is no power right now. People have put solar panels on their huts. These panels are easy to set up and can power LED lights. Don’t think that you’ll be able to charge your phone or drone.

Top 5 Destinations in Valley:

  1. Panjkora River
  2. Jahaz Banda Waterfalls
  3. Katora Lake
  4. Do Kala Chasma
  5. Crooked Woods

 Wild Animals:

There, a lot of wild animals have been found. Wild animals include Apes, Snow leopards, Monals, Brown bears, Musks, jackals, ibex, deer, chakores, and pheasants.


Lakes and Waterfalls:

From a distance, the falls below look like rocks, but you can hear the sound of water falling on rocks, which means there is a waterfall somewhere between these heights. This waterfall is called Jahaz Banda. The Katora Lake is the most important lake in the Kumrat valley. The glaciers around the lake melt water that flows into the lake. In Pashto, the word katora means “bowl.” It was given this name because the lake looks like a bowl.

Food and lodging:

Kumrat Valley doesn’t have a lot of places to stay and eat. If you do find any, they will definitely charge you a lot for their help. Because of this, you should definitely bring your own food and any travel gear you need. Anyway, both the federal government of KPK and the local government are trying to make sure that visitors have the right places to live.