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Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake praised by International media

Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake praised by International media

No doubt Pakistan is the land of beauty. Pakistan’s Utmost Beauty blessed by God. Pakistan is naturally beautiful. But due to unstable security conditions in the country tourism suffered a lot. But this security instability didn’t stop the tourist They come to Pakistan and enjoy the beauty of Pakistan.Like recently  A adventures tourists visited Pakistan & the mesmerizing northern areas have been raving about the untouched, raw natural beauty that Pakistan has to offer.

Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake praised by International media

Their Views About The Northern Area of Pakistan was Indeed:

Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake praised by International media

 Marie Claire Is All Praises For Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake And Calls It Your Next Big Adventure!

Pakistan’s Heart-Shaped Shimshal Lake praised by International media

 

Marie Clarie put the Shimshal Lake picture on Instagram with the beautiful caption

THIS IS SHIMSHAL LAKE, A NATURAL, HEART-SHAPED LAKE FORMED FROM MELTED GLACIER WATER, WHICH SITS IN THE HUNZA VALLEY, PAKISTAN, NEAR THE CHINESE BORDER. “

She also writes:

DESPITE BEING ONE OF PAKISTAN’S MOST REMOTE AREAS, THE 2,000 INHABITANTS OF NEARBY SHIMSHAL VILLAGE HAVE BECOME PIONEERS OF SUSTAINABLE LIVING. THEY LIVE ALMOST ENTIRELY SELF-SUFFICIENTLY, USING HYDROELECTRICITY FOR FIVE MONTHS OF THE YEAR WHEN THE WATER IS NOT FROZEN AND ALMOST ALL OF THE 250 HOUSES IN THE VILLAGE ARE SOLAR POWERED.”

 

And Here Her Post:

 

This is Shimshal Lake, a natural, heart-shaped lake formed from melted glacier water, which sits in the Hunza Valley, Pakistan, near the Chinese border. ? Despite being one of Pakistan’s most remote areas, the 2,000 inhabitants of nearby Shimshal village have become pioneers of sustainable living. They live almost entirely self-sufficiently, using hydroelectricity for five months of the year when the water is not frozen and almost all of the 250 houses in the village are solar powered. ? Also known as ‘the valley of mountaineers’ Shimshal has become the ultimate challenge for passionate trekkers, including members of the Shimshal community, such as Samina Baig, who became the first woman climber from Pakistan to have scaled Everest and each of the highest peaks in seven continents around the world. Making us all feel suitably inadequate while we’re still in our PJs on a Sunday morning. ? #yournextbigadventure

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