5 Places to Visit in Parachinar - KPK

Parachinar is located in the KPK province and at the borderline between Pakistan and Afghanistan. KPK has gained worldwide prominence thanks to the scenic splendour and diverse lifestyle present therein. Following are the top 5 places you must visit in Parachinar:

1) Tora Bora Mountains

Tora Bora Mountains

The Tora Bora Mountains offer rugged peaks for hiking and trekking adventures in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province near Afghanistan's borders - perfect for adventure lovers looking for rugged beauty near Afghan borders! Tora Bora forms part of the Spin Ghar mountain range which also includes Afghanistan's famous White Mountains as part of an alluring landscape to discover on adventure trips!

2) Kurram Valley

Kurram Valley

Kurram Valley in Pakistan's northeast is famous for its picturesque landscapes and colourful flowers, and sits approximately 9,000 feet above sea level, boasting several small towns and villages as well as offering outdoor recreational activities like hiking, trekking and camping. Furthermore, this scenic valley features fruit orchards such as apricot, cherry apple peach trees.

3) Turi Bazaar

Turi Bazaar

Parachinar's Turi Bazaar is an exciting marketplace in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). Renowned for traditional crafts such as hand-woven carpets and textiles such as hand shawls; dried fruits; spices; traditional sweets etc, the Turi Bazaar offers something to please every taste while offering visitors a glimpse into local culture ad meeting friendly locals alike!

4) Parachinar Mosque

Parachinar Mosque

Parachinar's Faisal Mosque is famous for its modern architecture and capacity to host large congregations of worshipers. With a spacious courtyard, minaret and dome it serves both local residents and tourists interested in Islamic architecture as a popular place of worship and place to visit.

5) Shalozan Waterfall

Shalozan waterfall

Shalozan Waterfall in Parachinar City is a stunning waterfall worth seeing, situated close to Turi Bazaar and popular among both locals and visitors. 

Note that certain areas in this district may be considered dangerous due to ongoing conflicts in the region; thus travelers should exercise extreme caution and check on current security conditions prior to planning any visits there.

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