March 2012

hotels in mirpur azad kashmir

Hotels and Rest Houses in Mirpur

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Mirpur Hotels
Mirpur  is the capital and largest city of Mirpur district and one of the largest cities in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.Mirpur city is situated at 459 meters above sea-level and is linked with the main Peshawar-Lahore Grand Trunk road at Dina Tehsil. The building of the new city in late Sixties paved the way for New Mirpur situated on the banks of Mangla lake.A significant portion of the population is settled in England (UK) – mostly in the Midlands and north. For this reason Mirpur is sometimes known as “Little England”. Many products from the UK are found in this city and UK Pound sterling are accepted in many stores.

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Pir Chinasi

Honeymoon Package 3 Days 2 Nights Azad Kashmir (AJK)

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3 Days Package (Pick and drop from Islamabad to Islamabad)
Day Itinerary Night Stay Spots
1 Islamabad  to Muzaffarabad (6.5 Hours) Muzaffarabad Peer Chanasi
2 Muzaffarabad to Kutton Neelum valley Jagran Resort Patikka,Dhani Waterfall, LOC, Kundal Shahi, Kutton Waterfall
3 Kutton to Islamabad (6.5 Hours) Keran, Upper Neelum,
Total Cost : PKR. 30,000 including transport(Corolla)  and accommodation

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kotli azad kashmir

Kotli Azad Kashmir

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Kotli, the District Headquarter, is at a distance of 14 kilometers from Rawalpindi/ Islamabad via Sensa, Holar and Kahuta. It is linked with Mirpur by two metalloid roads, one via Rahdahni (90 Kms) and the other via Charhoi. Read more


Sudhan Gali Bagh and Ganga Choti (Hotels)

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Sudhan Gali is a village located in Bagh District, Azad Kashmir.
It lies on the main road that connects the district Bagh to Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir and also connects the town of Chikkar with Bagh city. Sudhan gali is located at the height of 7000 feet. Read more


Arrang Kel

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19 kilometers journey from Sharda, upstream takes one to Kel. It is a small valley at the height of 2097 meters. This is another picturesque place in the Neelum Valley. The Shounter Nullah joins river Neelum at this place and leads to Gilgit Agency over the Shounter Pass (4,420 meter). Read more


Taobat Neelum Valley

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Taobat Neelum Valley:


The village about 38 km ahead ofKel, is a fascination yet unexplored. Halmat, Tao Butt, Janawai, and Sardari are the most beautiful places around here. A tourist rest house has been constructed at Halmat to provide accommodation facilities to the visitors. Read more

District Bhimber, Azad Kashmir

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Bhimber:, the district headquarter is an historical town, discussed by Mughal Emperor, “Jahangir” in his book “Tush-e-Jahangir”. Is falls on the route that was followed by the Mughal Emperors for their frequent visits to the Kashmir Valley. Bhimber town is located at a distance of 50 kms from Mirpur and 166 kms from Rawalpindi. This town is connected both with Mirpur &Gujrat through all weather black top roads. All the basic amenities of life are available in Bhimber.


Baghsar, 975 meter is elevation in an ideal tourist resort in the Samahni Valley. The Sar, local name for a lake is nearly half kilometer long sheet of crystal-clear water that soothes the senses of a visitor after traveling 64 kilometers journey from Gujrat via Bhimber. On the top of hill is a famous Mughal fort overlooking the.lake that adds grandeur to the whole area. This four-storied massive structure of granite is a feat of Mughal engineering that has stood the ravages is a feat of Mughal played important roles in the history during the times of Ahmed Shah Abdali, Ranjeet Sing and Gulab Sing. It is said that Emperor Jahangir on his way back from Kashmir fell ill ultimately expired in this fort.

Jandi Chontra:

This scenic spot is situated at 17kms from Bhimber and 67kms from Mirpur. Despite its panoramic views, this area is well-known due to the shrine of Baba shadi Shaheed nearby Jandi Chontra that values the importance of the area. A tourist Rest House serves the visitors/ tourists by providing accommodation facilities.

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Mirpur and its surroundings

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District Mirpur:

District Mirpur is located at the extreme South of the State and is linked with Pakistan and the districts of Azad Kashmir through several routes. District Mirpur comprises party plain and party hilly areas. Its hot climate and other geographical conditions closely resemble to those of Jhelum and Gujrat, the adjoining districts of Pakistan. The people of this area are basically agriculturists. During the last four decades a large number of people from this district have gone aboard, especially to United Kingdom. Today they are the major foreign exchange earning resource for Pakistan. As it adjoins the industrial cities of Pakistan, the Government of Azad Jammu & Kashmir has successfully endeavored to develop it as an industrial place and promote private investment for establishing Textile, vegetable ghee, garments, scooters, cosmetics and many other industries.Mirpur

Mirpur, the district headquarter is situated at an elevation of 459 meters A.S.L. It is linked with the main Peshawar-Karachi grand Trunk Road at Dina, a small town about 15kms short of Jhelum city. The construction of Mangla Dam converted the old Mirpur town into a big artificial lake and effected a population of about 50,000. But it paved the way for existing new Mirpur town situated on the bank of Mangla Lake. The city is well planned and buildings are mostly of modem design. Mirpur has developed into an industrial city very rapidly. All the basic amenities of life are available in Mirpur. Colleges, hospital, banks, shopping centers, hotels,telephone & telegraph units, forest, PWD, Industries and Tourist rest houses exist in the city. Bus and wagon transport services are also available.


Mangle is a small beautiful modern town. It is situated at a distance of 110Kms from Islamabad and is 15Kms short of Mirpur City. The construction of Mangia reservoir having perimeter of 100Kms and presence of Mangia and Ramkot Forset of Mughal period has turned this place into an attractive tourist spot. Mangia has special attraction for the tourists coming on short visits because of its proximity to Jhelum, Lahore and Rawalpindi/ Islamabad.

Ramkot Fort:

Picturesquely located on the summit of a hill, Ramkot Fort is built over the site of and old Hindu Shiva temple.3 sides of this hill top are surrounded by River Jhelum (ancient “Vitasta”). Excavations relics of the 5th and 9th century AD have been discovered near one of the temples. In the 16th 17th century AD “the Muslim rulers of Kashmir while safe guarding their boundaries built numerous forts. Ramkot , sitting atop at the confluence of the river Jhelum & Poonch is one of them. The sikh Maharaja of Kashmir further fortified Ramkot. Ramkot Fort is located on the opposite side of the Mirpur Town and one has to cross Mangia Lake one boat to reach there. A 10 minutes travel by road from Mirpur leads to Sukhian and nearby Arm water Sports Club from where boats are available for access to Ramkot Fort. It takes 45minutes to reach there.

Khari Shareef:

8Kms from Mirpur, a black top road runs to Khari Shareef, a place of religious importance. This place is well known due to the shrines of Baba-e- Shah Ghazi and Main Mohammad Buksh (the author of famous “Saif-ul-Malook”) based on mystic poetry. Thousands of devotees visit this sacred place to rejuvenate their adust hearts dily.Ramkot Fort can also be visited from Mirpur via Dudyial-Baily Kathaar route (77km) but from Baily Kathaar onwrd there is no regular road so it is better to travel from sukhian by boat.

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District Haveli


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Map of district Kotli:


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