All Pakistanis love to spend their holidays in the northern regions of Pakistan. Anyway, it’s summer or winter vacation, they always like to go to northern areas. Northern part of Pakistan is very beautiful, our homeland is endowed with beautiful and peaceful places like Naran Kaghan, Hunza, Kashmir, Siri Paye, Sawat and Fairy Meadows etc. Fairy Meadows, what do we say about this charming and wonderful place in Northern Pakistan? It is located in the base of Nanga Parbat which culminates at 8126m. It is the second highest peak in Pakistan and the 9th highest peak in the world. Fairy Meadows Campsite will take you to the heart of strange but attractive northern Pakistan as it is one of the best camping sites in Pakistan.
Why is it called Fairy Meadows?
Fairy Meadows is also called the “heaven on earth” because of its incomparable and unforgettable beauty. An Australian mountaineer named Herman Bhul named this place Fairy Meadows, he traveled there to climb the peak of Nanga Parbat. He became the first man to reach the top of the mountain. He named the place Fairy Meadows because of its mismatched beauty.
A famous Japanese photographer, Fujita Heroki, named the area in front of Fairy Meadows Fairy Mahal.
Fairy Meadows cottages are located 8 minutes walk from the main village and other tourist resorts with its breathtaking natural view of Nanga Parbat.
Best time for Fairy Meadows camping
The best time for Fairy Meadows green camping is winter, when you reach Fairy Meadows after quite a long and exhausting journey, you will witness the wonder of nature because of the lush green Fairy Meadows Trek and base camp of Nanga Parbat are some of the most beautiful landscapes.
However, due to its great accessibility, the lush green Fairy Meadows is also one of the most commercial places in Pakistan.
Not only Pakistanis but also foreign tourists come to see the beauty of this amazing place. You can enjoy Fairy Meadows camping in an exotic and beautiful landscape with soft green vegetation all around. The height will make you feel like you could feel the sky right above you. The cool breeze will go straight from your flesh to your heart in the summer. While the snow-capped peaks in winter will leave you staring at them forever.