Ratti Gali Lake Tour
Neelum Valley is true paradise and Ratti Gali Lake is mother of lakes with serenity, grandeur, landscape and Color like no Other. First of all, Ratti Gali Lake Tour is short tour containing 3Days 2Nights with lots of adventure within limited Budget. Furthermore, quality of facilities are still up to mark with signature services of KHM Travels. Although, Ratti Galli lake Tour commands hike and jeep Ride of few hours its also offers significant value for Money and Time. Most importantly, lake is treat to watch. Hence Ratti Gali Lake Tour remarks one of the favourite tour on offer by Us.
KHM Travels always come up with some nice places in Northern Areas. Infect Neelum Valley Azad Kashmir tours are one of the most selling tours. Furthermore, increasing tourism facilities in Neelum Valley is encouraging tourist to come in large Numbers. Honeymoon goers can also avail this tour. Moreover, students have great love for this unique fantasy Lake as you would see them in large number. Over last few years families are also coming in large number after induction of jeep Road. Horses are available after Jeep Track end in nominal Prices
Tour Price : 40,000 Pak Rupees
- Neelum Villages Lodges Azad Kashmir
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