• ■ The valley is full of Wades (barsati naala) in Monsoon Season. Take extreme caution while hiking in the mountains or crossing roads when it’s raining. The water level on roads during the rains might be higher than anticipated.
    ■ Naushera to Uchali road in very bad condition. Uchali Lake full of algae with bad smell and mosquitoes. Visit in winter 2023.
    ■ Reports of armed robbers looting people at Katha Mountains / Padhi (Khaliqabad – Naushera Road) in early morning and evening. Try not to travel before Fajar and after Maghrib.
    ■ Balkasar to Talagang and Kalarkahar to Munara road under construction.

Guest Book



Soon Valley




  1. Soon Valley is a nice place for the visitors and have a lot of attractions there. Unfortunately the Govt of the Punjab has ignored such beautiful place which have lot of tourism attractions. The Govt. has restricted itself only to Khabeki lake. Entire Soon Valley is a treasure and has a lot of tourism potential.

  2. It is a beautiful valley about about 3000 feet from sea level with lakes neglected by the government all members of the parliament have given nothing but false promises to the people of valley . I am proud to say that I have my rots from the time the Awan tribe cane to the valley.

  3. Nice place, i loved it, lake is very very nice. But roads are very dangerous, need too develop.

  4. Matchless place with beautiful n attractive lakes n waterfalls

  5. While the scenic beauty is eye catching, the condition of the road from Khushab to Naushera and Saksair is in pathetic condition. Government needs to pay attention on road pavement and allied facilities including water and sanitation and general cleanliness in hotels.

  6. I love to visit soon valley I also suggested my brother for his next trip because he is great lover of nature.

  7. I loved soon valley and I want to again and again over there for its natural beauty. It’s really a peaceful n calm place. Wadi e soon is great.

  8. Arshad Iqbal Wani

    very nice effort especially to mention old historical and archaelogical places. Hats off to u. Will u plz guide me towards tulath fort and ratrirri remains

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