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Ahhh, how could i narrate the views and beauty of this lake in words,its a paradise on earth,there is s myth that fairies come to this lake on the 14th of lunar month.The Govt should also improve the cleanliness.
Avoid, poorest service I've ever experienced. After paying advance, tone of manager (bearded guy) changed. he only have us one towel for each room although we were 7- people. then he threatened to kick us out in dark & refused to give us any services....More
This lake has a mythical stories of fairies and princes falling in love here. It was a treat to visit with Storytellers narrating the take while we had chai and pakoras. However, the management and shopkeepers need to keep the clean-up in check as it...More
We visited Saif-ul-Muluk Lake in early July 2019. The place was bustling with tourists, but was not too crowded.
We drove own car up Lake Road and parked at the end next to one of the hotels. From there we hired a local jeep. It...More
Rumor has it that the jeep Drivers lobby wants the pathway to Lake Saiful Malook kept unpaved and rough shod so that their business thrives. Be what it may -- the jeep ride is not the most dangerous in the world -- but due to...More
Despite driving up in a competent 4x4 we chose to hire a jeep from Naran for Rs.2,500. The ride up to 8,500 feet is jolty & uncomfortable in this D.I.Y. transport but we had a calm, older driver. The lake itself is as spectacular as...More
Saif ul Muluk Lake is a exotic Lake, Saif ul Muluk Lake is surrounded by the mountains, from three sides, the top of the mountain was covered by snow.
There is a legend of Saif ul Muluk falling in love with a fairy Badri jamala,...More
It's best to start early from Naran as otherwise you would get stuck in the heavy traffic both ways. The jeep ride takes around half an hour one way, and the ride is terribly bumpy as the road at some points is a mud and...More