Satpara lake is a natural lake with the height of 8645 feet above from sea level, situated at a distance of 9 km to the north of Skardu, in Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.
Shandur Top (also called roof of the world) is situated at 3700 meters/ 12,200 feet above from sea level, famous for being the venue for tradition Polo Festival since 1936 and pasture where yaks graze.
The word ‘Shangrila’ was originated from Tibetan language meaning “heaven on earth”. In 1983, after the establishment of a first resort hotel on the site, the lower Kachura Lake was named as ‘Shangrila Lake’.
Phandar Valley (also known as Mini Kashmir) is located 162 km from the capital city of Gilgit of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.
Gupis Valley is located at the altitude of 2176 meters from sea level and about 108 km in the west of Gilgit, the capital city of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.