Situated in Astore in Gilgit-Baltistan, Rama Valley is considered as one of the most beautiful valleys in Pakistan. Featuring flowing green meadows, striking trees and blooms, a pristine lake, mountain vistas and a tranquil ambiance, you will find Rama Meadows to be a picture-perfect destination. It is about 3300 meters (10800 feet) above sea level and thus is snow covered for 7–8 months of the year. In summer, it becomes lush green; conditions favored by local shepherds. From here one can trek to east side of the Nanga Parbat (also known as the Killer Mountain), the world’s 9th highest mountain. From Raikot bridge it’s  two hours’ drive to reach Astore Bazar. Astore is a small city and the central location of Astore district. A road from the bazaar takes you to Rama village in an average of twenty minutes time, and right after this village is a beautiful and serene plain called Rama Meadow. It is 11 kilometers from Astore and accessible by jeep. Women working in potato fields, happy children, and a scented atmosphere are the characteristics that define what we call, Rama village. From Rama Meadow, a jeep road turns to Rama lake. You may miss the lake at first sight, but it is a fun ride up till here with Nanga Parbat in front and the forests alongside creating a strange sensation.

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