The Kaghan Valley is accessible by road from both sides, Pakistani capital Islamabad and if your are travelling from abroad you can travel in your own convince by van, bus via Abbottabad which is only 122 kms from Rawalpindi and 217 kms. from provincial capital of KPK that is Peshawar.
The eye catching and lush green valley extends for 155 kms rising from an elevation of 2,134 metres to its highest point, the Babusar Pass, which is at 4,173 metres high. Kaghan is at its best in the summer months from May to September.when a large number of local and foreign tourist visited this valley. The People of this valley only rely on tourism and a large number of small and large hotels are their to accommodate the all level of tourist who are visiting this valley.
If you are visiting Kaghna valley so the best time is from May to July the temperature is very low as maximum 11 C and the minimum 3 C. From the middle of July up to the end of September, the road beyond Naran, snow-bound throughout the winter, is open right up to Babusar Pass and attracted the traveler to visited this valley.
Kaghan Valley is home to many a tourist attractions for local and international tourists , especially its small and beautiful valleys, lakes. There are more than a dozen big and small lakes in the valley, namely Saiful Muluk Lake, Dudipatsar Lake and Lulusar Lake.Saiful Muluk, named in a folktale—the Qissa Saiful Muluk—about a romance between a Persia prince and a fairy princess. In the folktale. The lake is mentioned as the meeting site of the lovers in the folktale. lake Saiful Muluk is 3,224 meter above the sea level, it is one of the highest and most beautiful lakes in North Pakistan. The water of this over a mile in diameter oval shaped lake is spectacularly clear with a slight green tone. The road on this valley is now opened through out the year even in winter this valley also recieves heavy snowfall.