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Explore The Queen of Mountains!!

MURREE

The Shining Pearl of Punjab !!

“Everything and anything can happen in Murree. Romance is in the atmosphere; intrigue is in the air. The roads to this happy holiday resort embrace both heaven and earth. In Murree, it is easy to fall in love”. 

Camile, an American journalist.

Murree: queen of the hills

Murree has beauty and unique heritage due to its colonial past. !!

Murree with its colonial past is nestled in the Himalayan foothills is a beautiful hill resort to escape from the sweltering heat. Mountains covered with lush green trees, cold atmosphere, fresh air, beautiful valleys and most importantly clouds on the roads hugging you with full of happiness. Murree is a British colonial town established in 1851 by the then governor of Punjab, Sir Henry Lawrence. Murree means “high place” situated at 33.35’ north latitude and 73. 27’ eastern longitudes.

Murree has beauty and unique heritage due to its colonial past. !!

Murree with its colonial past is nestled in the Himalayan foothills is a beautiful hill resort to escape from the sweltering heat.

Mountains covered with lush green trees, cold atmosphere, fresh air, beautiful valleys and most importantly clouds on the roads hugging you with full of happiness. Murree is a British colonial town established in 1851 by the then governor of Punjab, Sir Henry Lawrence. Murree means “high place” situated at 33.35’ north latitude and 73. 27’ eastern longitudes.

Feel the crisp pine breeze IN MURREE

Top Views

The whole route to Murree is filled with awe-inspiring views.

Enjoy Sunset

Feel the crisp pine breeze and soaking the gentle sunshine.

Road Beauty

Scenic, relaxing atmosphere for tourists

Entertainment

Enjoy TDCP Chairlift and Cable Car at Patriata

Igloo-Pods

Stay in transparent luxury igloos at Murree

Murree: birthplace of Sir Francis Edward Younghusband, (1863 –1942)

Lieutenant Colonel Sir Francis Edward Younghusband,  a British Army officer, explorer, and spiritual writer was born in 1863 at Murree, British India (now Pakistan). He wrote famous book Wonders of the Himalayas in 1924. For this achievement, aged still only 24, he was elected the youngest member of the Royal Geographical Society and received the society’s 1890 Patron’s Gold Medal.

Tomb of Mary

According to old legend, the name 'Murree' is derived from 'Marium' or Mary. Among locals it is know as "Mai Mari da Asthan" ("Resting Place")

Military cantonments

Military cantonments were established at Gharrial, 12 Division Headquarters at Kuldanna, Barrian, Upper and Lower Topa and Clifton Camp.

Holy Trinity Church, Murree

The Holy Trinity Church was built in 1857. The first brick of the church was laid on March 2, 1850 but the church bell first rang after seven years

West Yorkshire Regiment memorial

1st Battalion The West Yorkshire Regiment memorial in Kuldana, Murree -- carved to record the Battalion's three years in the area from 1907-1910

Lawrence College Murree

Established in 1860 by Sir Henry Lawrence, started as an asylum with the object to provide a plain and practical education to the orphans and the children of the British soldiers in India.

Historic GPO Murree

The historic GPO building was built by the British in 1867. Today, its façade is completely different from the original one. The GPO building is situated at the beginning of The Mall.

Chahrehan, Murree-recently restored century-old forest bungalow!!

Situated near the Lower Topa, at the end of the Murree Expressway, the Cherhan rest house was built in 1913. It has three bedrooms, along with a sunroom and a dining area. The rest house crumbled during the 2005 earthquake. Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan stayed at the rest house between July 8 and 12, 1992, after the 1992 cricket world cup with his foreign friends.  Pratap Singh of Imperial Forest Service and Mr and Mrs K C Robinson were apparently frequent visitors in the past.

Nearby Attractions
Kotli Sattian-Heaven on Earth

Kotli Sattian is one of most beautiful village of Pakistan. In kotli Sattian a beautiful waterfall is present which called Neela Shandh. 
Neela Sandh is blue water pond on Lehtrar Road Islamabad. This beautiful waterfall is located in District Mori Syedan, Tehsil Kotli Sattian Rawalpindi. It’s almost 40 km away from capital city Islamabad. If you are a citizen of Rawalpindi or nearby area, you can have an amazing time here every weekend! This is located at 45 minutes’ drive from khanapul on Islamabad Highway. 
Dhanoi Rest House Kotli Sattian
Karore Kotli Sattian
Panjpeer Rocks Narar
Uzma Mountaineer at Panjpeer Rocks

Book your Tour with TDCP!!

In these uncertain times we know you’ll want even more assurances that your holiday will run smoothly. That’s why we’ve looked at every facet of the Original Travel holiday experience and adapted and improved our services accordingly, so you can travel with absolute confidence.

 

We are experienced and qualified tour operator. We  have our own set up including information center, soft wheel train, chairlift and cable car system, camps, igloos, glamping pods, state of the art and luxurious rest houses and above all  experienced Tourist Guides   

 

Trust us: we know how important it is to get travel right.

Book your Tour with TDCP!!

In these uncertain times we know you’ll want even more assurances that your holiday will run smoothly. That’s why we’ve looked at every facet of the Original Travel holiday experience and adapted and improved our services accordingly, so you can travel with absolute confidence.

We are experienced and qualified tour operator. We  have our own set up including information center, soft wheel train, chairlift and cable car system, camps, igloos, glamping pods, state of the art and luxurious rest houses and above all  experienced Tourist Guides   

 

Trust us: we know how important it is to get travel right.