The Sajikot Waterfall and Awesome Satora Valley

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The majestic waterfalls of the Sajikot are known as the hidden pearl of Hazara Division. Usually, its considered that only these waterfalls are the attraction for visitors. The fact is that the whole journey from Havelian to Sajikot waterfalls is full of magnificence. This image gallery is to present the best of Hazara Waterfalls Sajikot, surroundings and glimpse of overall region from Havelian onward.

Tranquility, peace and colors – an up-hill travel to Satora Valley offers a lot. Driving between the cultivated fields, village houses, trees and water streams, the whole valley looks amazing after every turn. The weather is pleasant as the altitude increases and air feels fresh and cool.

Although the Satora Valley Road is narrow and damaged at many spots but the improvements are in progress. From Karakoram Highway at Havelian to the Satora Village, the distance is about 50 kilometers which may take upto 2 hours. The initial part of the road is in a populated zone. It is recommended to carry the necessary food and drinks before progressing to Satora Valley.

The water of side streams on the way up is clear and cold while views of the river Haro at the later stages are awesome. The river Haro flows in the deep between the green hills covered with pine trees and grassy slopes. In clear weather, some beautiful views of Tarbela Dam Lake are added bonus. The tall Poplar trees throughout the valley are a major portion of the greenery. A wide variety of colorful flora in addition to the cultivated fields leaves a superlative impression on visitors.

It is also possible to continue towards Sajikot from the Satora Village. This is a beautiful return via Sajikot Waterfalls and serene valleys. From Satora Village to Sajikot Waterfalls may take about an hour depending on the road conditions.

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