Arang Kel Village - natural beauty, agricultural and tourism-based economy, Neelum Valley

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Arang Kel, Neelum Valley, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan


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Arang Kel is a small and remote village located in Neelum Valley, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. The village is situated at an altitude of approximately 8,379 feet above sea level and can only be accessed by a strenuous trekking route, which adds to its charm and seclusion.

Arang Kel is renowned for its natural beauty, with stunning views of snow-capped mountains, lush green forests, and a glistening river that flows through the valley.

The people of Arang Kel mainly rely on agriculture and tourism for their livelihoods. Agriculture is the primary source of income, and the locals cultivate crops such as wheat, maize, and vegetables on small patches of land. Tourism is also an essential source of income, and the village attracts a small number of tourists who are interested in trekking and exploring the natural beauty of the area.

The locals offer accommodations and basic facilities to tourists, including guest houses, camping sites, and restaurants. Some people also engage in handicrafts, such as weaving and embroidery, which are sold to visitors as souvenirs.

Image source: Kashifrehan1805 / Wikimedia


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