Swat Valley Tour from Islamabad (2 Days)

Swat Valley Tour from Islamabad (2 Days)

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2 Days 1 Night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

4 people


English, Urdu

About this tour

Swat Valley stands as a testament to nature’s boundless beauty and cultural richness.it is a paradise renowned for its lush green valleys, glistening rivers, and snow-capped mountains.

Swat Valley is a veritable jewel of natural beauty, historical richness, and cultural vibrancy.

It is often referred to as the “Switzerland of the East” due to its breath taking natural beauty characterized by lush green valleys, towering mountains, pristine rivers, and picturesque waterfalls.

Swat Valley is home to several charming hill stations, including Malam Jabba and Kalam, which offer breath taking views, comfortable accommodations, and opportunities for outdoor adventures.

Swat Valley is a paradise for  outdoor enthusiasts offering a wide range of activities like trekking, hiking, camping, fishing, skiing, boating  and paragliding. Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation.

Visitors often find themselves greeted with open arms and genuine kindness, making their stay in the valley all the more memorable. Due to the warm hospitality and welcoming nature of Swat’s people.

 Swat Valley has a rich cultural heritage from ancient times. It is home to many archaeological sites, including the famous Butkara Stupa and the Swat Museum. It was once a thriving centre of Buddhist civilization evident in the ancient ruins including Buddhist stupas, monasteries, and rock carvings.

Visitors can get a unique opportunity to experience the local culture and create lasting memories immersing themselves in various cultural events.


  • Enjoy the picturesque scenery, stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys during the drive from Islamabad to Mingora.
  • experience Swat's natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure opportunities.
  • Explore the natural beauty of Malam Jabba and capture memorable moments.


  • isa Letter of invitation and visa support
  • Accommodation
  • Private Transportation
  • Airport transfers
  • Fuel, Toll taxes, and Miscellaneous expenses
  • Free sim cards
  • Doctor on call
  • Personal Expenses
  • Gratuities/Trip
  • Entry tickets and activities
  • Meals


Begin your journey from Islamabad in the early morning. Enjoy the picturesque scenery, stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Reach Mingora and Check into your hotel and freshen up. Visit the historic White Palace. Explore the palace grounds Explore the ancient Butkara Stupa, an archaeological site. Overnight stay in Mingora

After a hearty breakfast at hotel Depart for Malam Jabba, known for its scenic hill station and its ski resort. Adventurous activities such as skiing (seasonal), zip-lining, or chairlift rides. Enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Malam Jabba. Leisurely a short hike. Explore the natural beauty of Malam Jabba and capture memorable moments. Depart from Malam Jabba. Head towards Islamabad. Arrival in Islamabad. A bid farewell. Start your return journey.


Multi day




May - October

Frequently asked questions

Accommodation options range from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts, depending on your preferences and budget. We can recommend suitable options based on your needs.

The best time to visit Swat Valley is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is pleasant, and the landscapes are at their most beautiful. However, Swat Valley is a year-round destination, each season offering its unique charm.

Yes, English-speaking guides are available for sightseeing tours and trekking expeditions. They know the local culture, history, and geography, enhancing your overall experience.

Absolutely! We can tailor the itinerary to suit your preferences and add activities such as paragliding, and rock climbing, or cultural experiences like visiting local villages or attending traditional events.

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