Neelum District is the northernmost district of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Taking up the larger part of the Neelam Valley, the district has a population of 191,000 (as of 2017). It was badly affected by the 2005 Kashmir earthquake.
The Neelum River was known before Partition as Kishan Ganga and was subsequently renamed after the village of Neelam. It flows down from the Gurez Valley in Indian Jammu and Kashmir and roughly follows first a western and then a south-western course until it joins the Jhelum River at Muzaffarabad. The valley is a thickly wooded region with an elevation ranging between 4,000 feet (1,200 m) and 7,500 feet (2,300 m), the mountain peaks on either side reaching 17,000 feet (5,200 m). Neelum Valley is 144 kilometres (89 mi) long.
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(22,000 per couple for couple sharing room)
*** Female & Families are encouraged to join.
Kids 5-10 Years 50% | Kid below 5 Years is Free
Breakfast: Egg + Chanay / Alu ki Bhujia + Bread + Jam/Butter +Tea.
Dinner: Chicken Karhai / Chicken Pulao / Chicken BAR B Q + Roti + Raita + Cold drinks.
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3 days before the departure, 75% deduction.
Less than 3 days before the departure, 100% deduction.