Swat Serena Hotel

Address: P.O. Box no. 23, Saidu, Pakistan | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on P.O. Box no. 23, Saidu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Saidu

    Islambad - Besham

    A travel blog entry by irock on Oct 06, 2009

    1 photo

    It was a two weeks trip. Set off driving from Islamabad in a mini van to Besham on Grand Trunk Road and Karakoram Highway (KKH).

    The first day we did about 10 hours drive & stayed at PTDC Hotel Besham on the way to Gilgit. The hotel was average. ...

    Through the SWAT valley

    A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 17, 2009

    3 photos

    A had made some enquires for me and we'd found an alternative way for me to travel to Peshawar were he was currently staying for work. It was a long, amazing and interesting journey. I'm writing this sometime after but I'll try and remember the outline of my route to give you an idea: Chitral > Lowari pass - Taxi from a lovely friend of A's, paid for by A Lowari pass - I'm not sure I can say how I got past this bit but it involved ...

    DAY 15 Gilgit to Besham, following the Indus River

    A travel blog entry by krishnad on Jun 16, 2007

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    After breakfast we were off again, following the Karakorum Highway towards Besham, our next overnight stop. You can follow our route on the inset map of this area.

    Stops at Ambush Point....


    Rakaposhi Falls...


    Chilas petroglyphs.....


    Stopped for lunch at a restaurant...


    and then Shaital petro glyphs.....


    .... ...

    The Beautiful Kalash..

    A travel blog entry by natandkat on Sep 29, 2006

    1 comment, 16 photos

    Hello from the Kalash valleys, or one of them anyway. One of the major attractions of the Chitral region are the Kalash valleys. The world famous Kalash people live in the three valleys of Birir, Rumboor and Bumburate. The Kalash are an ancient tribe and have a religion and culture of their own. Their culture is as unique as it is amazing. You simply have to look at the traditional dress to understand why. Their ancestry is enveloped in mystery and it ...

    Rupal Base Camp trek

    A travel blog entry by brockandlisa on Aug 20, 2006

    5 photos

    Nanga Parbat is a mountain thats stands 8125m high. This trek took us around is south face called Rupal. The weather could have been better, we had limited views due to cloud cover. Abbas, our guide, was great and so was his donkey who carried most of our ...