Welcome to Maluk


Directly south of Maluk, within walking distance of the beach (though it is a long walk) is Supersuck, consistently rated the best left in the world. Surfers descend regularly from Hawaii's North Shore to surf here – which should tell you something – and many lifelong surfers have proclaimed it the finest barrel of their lives. It really pumps in the dry season (May to October).


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$389 Multi-day & Extended Tours

KAGHAN 4Days 3Nights

Timings will be advised after booking. This quote is from Islamabad Corolloa GLi 2016/17 for 04 person, Grand Cabin for up to 10 person, all vehicles with driver, fuel, toll taxes, driver’s expenseJeep for Lake Saif ul Mulook, Siri Paya are included in the costRafting cost will not be included as it will be an individual affair.LODGE: Purged on a crest surrounded by fir pines with the views of meandering Saif-ul-Maluk river. Fircrest Lodge is well placed on the Jheel road far from the madding crowd yet only 300meters from Naran Bazar. The rooms are elegantly furnished and well integrated in the mountain atmosphere. Enjoy delicious cuisine in our restaurant and BBQ on our open air terrace. ATTRACTIONS: Saiful Muluk  is a mountainous lake located at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley, near the town of Naran in the Saiful Muluk National Park. The lake is a source of the Kunhar river. At an elevation of 3,224 m (10,578 feet) above sea level, the lake is located above the tree line, and is one of the highest lakes in Pakistan. Folklore: The Lake Saiful Muluk is named after a legendary prince. A fairy tale called Saif-ul-Muluk, written by the Sufi poet Mian Muhammad Bakhsh, talks of the lake.[8][9] It tells the story of the prince of Persia named Prince Saiful Malook who fell in love with a fairy princess named Princess Badri-ul-Jamala at the lake. The Kunhar River is 166 kilometres (103 mi) long river, located primarily in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, northern Pakistan. It is in the Indus River watershed basin. (Rafting is optional) Siri Paye s situated in centre of meadow in Payee, near Shogran in Kaghan Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the province of Pakistan. It is located at the height of almost 2,895 metres (9,498 ft).[1] It is surrounded by Makra Peak, Malika Parbat, Musa ka Musala and the mountains of Kashmir.The lake is accessible via Kiwai passing through Shogran by a jeep track. .