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Swat District is a district in the Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. With a population of 2,309,570 per the 2017 national census, Swat is the 15th-largest district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
Swat District is centered on the Valley of Swat, usually referred to simply as Swat, which is a natural geographic region surrounding the Swat River. The valley was a major centre of early Buddhism under the ancient kingdom of Gandhara, and was a major centre of Gandharan Buddhism, with pockets of Buddhism persisting in the valley until the 10th century, after which the area became largely Muslim. Until 1969, Swat was part of the Yusafzai State of Swat, a self-governing princely state that was inherited by Pakistan following its independence from British rule.
The region was seized by the Tehrik-i-Taliban in late-2007 until Pakistani control was re-established in mid-2009.
The average elevation of Swat is 980 m (3,220 ft), resulting in a considerably cooler and wetter climate compared to the rest of Pakistan. With lush forests, verdant alpine meadows, and snow-capped mountains, Swat is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations
Meet at Islamabad Airport and drive to Saidu Sahrif (Swat Valley) via Hasan Abdal, Mardan & Mingora. Arrive Saidu Sharif and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Saidu Sharif.
Breakfast. Drive to Kalam enroute visit Madyan & Bahrain. Arrive Kalam and
transfer to hotel. Overnight in Kalam.
Breakfast. Full day visit of Mahodand Lake. Overnight in Kalam.
Breakfast. Drive to Malam Jabba visit Malam Jabba and after spending sometime drive to Miandam. Arrive Miandam and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Miandam.
Breakfast. Drive to Islamabad. Arrive Islamabad and transfer to airport
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