Pakistan enjoys a wealth of natural and historic treasures from the Karakoram Mountain Range to the Lahore Fort. One of the most beautiful symbols of Pakistan's Mughal era, the fort is a UNESCO world heritage site. Wander around the fort and explore the Arms museum and Mughal Gallery. In Karachi, head to Mohatta Palace Museum, former summer home of a businessman. The palace grounds span an area of more than 1,700 square and it's structure was built using beautiful pink Jodhpur stones. To really appreciate Pakistan's natural landscapes, visit Saiful Muluk National Park in Northern Pakistan. The focal point of the this blissful park is Saiful Muluk Lake, surrounded by mountains and greenery. The park is also home to several mammals such as the snow leopard and the asiatic black bear.

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