Neelan Bhoto

When we move 27 km north-east of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, there is a valley name Neelan Bhoto a unique place in its origin. Among the astonishing places in Islamabad are Daman-e-Koh, Pir Sohawa, Sangada village, and then Neelan Bhoto valley. The journey from village Sangada to Neelan Bhoto is adventurous and enjoyable at the same time. The ride is very exciting and Murree is also accessible from this wadi (valley) though the track is not advisable for driving. However, hikers can manage it as the track is beautiful and there are many beautiful springs on the way.

What is in Neelan Bhoto Valley?

There are many water streams in the valley that came from natural springs. Water is very clean and crystal clear good for swimming and hanging out. Because of clean water, sunlight reflected back from pond water and give a shining glow in the afternoon. Ultimately the view is very soothing and breathtaking. Because of crystal clear water, there is an abundance of Mahseer fish in the streams. There is also one belief about these fishes by locals that whosoever caught these fishes, will lose their eyesight. That’s why fish are abundant in their habitats and stopped people from hunting in the area. This abundance presence of fish in crystal clear water gives your mind a peaceful moment from the busy hustle of life.

Neelan Bhoto valley is a wonderful place to enjoy. If you are planning a trip to Islamabad then note it down in your visiting spots. You can book your stay in a top hotel e.g. Bella Islamabad and enjoy your day trip to Neelan Bhoto wadi (valley). Shinning water, swirling trees, and mountains surrounding the wadi give a wholesome magical view.

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