After the snowfall, Malam Jabba, a popular hill station and ski resort in Swat Valley, transforms into a winter wonderland. Thousands of tourists from all over the country have visited the scenic resort, as they do every year.
Tourists participate in various activities such as hiking, trekking, skiing, zip lining, chair lifting, ice skating, and human slingshot, while daring visitors test their limits by swinging from a massive swing set up on the mountain edge.
The ski resort provides tourists with a variety of winter sports, which is why it has become the preferred choice for tourists looking for adventure during the winter season.
The ski resort also has instructors who teach tourists, including children and women. Furthermore, Malam Jabba provides inexpensive lodging for tourists.
In a similar vein, automotive enthusiasts recently held a jeep rally in Malam Jabba to commemorate the start of the winter season.
The rally began at Chakdara Interchange and ended in Malam Jabba, according to details. The rally, which included more than 25 jeeps, aimed to restore tourism in Malam Jabba following the devastating monsoon-induced floods.
Malam Jabba is engulfed in a stunning and surreal white snow blanket that is both captivating and eye-catching.
Malam Jabba is home to Pakistan’s only ski resort. With the growing popularity of winter sports, people from all over the world are flocking to Samson and Malam Jabba to ski down the beautiful slopes of the Hindu Kush range in Swat valley.
Tourists can find accommodations ranging in price from five to three stars, as well as economy hotels and restaurants.
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