Trip to Ayubia

(9th December 2012-Sunday)         Food & Transportation will be provided by “Nature Explorers” Reporting time : 07:30 am Departure time : 08:00 am Destination Ayubia Hiking time: 1 - 1.5 Hours Hiking Level: Easy Gathering Point: In front of F-9 Park (Gate 4) In front of F-8. Means of Transport :Saloon

Details of Area:
This is the easiest and straight walk through the pine hills of Galiyat passing right through the heart of Ayubia National Park. This park starts from Dunga Gali and extend towards river Jehlum across Ayubia and Khanaspur boundaries with number of small villages located here and there as villages were there before the official establishment of the National Park. This park host a large number of beautiful birds, plants, insects and a few four legend animal species. People who are interested in bird watching in Galyat must visit this park and if they are very lucky they can have the gimps of the hill cats. Brown Monkeys can be found easily. The most commonly seen birds are the Yellow Beaked Magpie, Red Blood and Yellow Body Finches, White Cheek or Crested Grey Finch and many other birds. Weather Forecast:
Sunday, 9

19 | 8 °C
Partly Cloudy

Place & Time: Place Islamabad– Ayubia Time 2-2.5 Hours

Ayubia-Donga Gali Trek

1-1.5 Hours

Items Check list Facilities Provided by Nature Explorers  Transport  Food  Refreshment Personal Equipment Clothing  Cotton woolen shirt  Cotton woolen trouser  Cap Medicine  Personal Medicine in use Others Items (Important):       Water bottle CNIC- Card Rain Coat Personal Sports Bag/Shoulder Bag Trekking Boots / Joggers Warm Jacket & Sweater

TIMELINE: Departure time from Islamabad: Ayubia reaching time Site Seeing at Ayubia: Hiking Start from Ayubia Reached Donga Gali Lunch at Nathia Gali Drive back to Islamabad Back to Islamabad: For any Query or more information please Contact: Waqas Siddique Cell: 0313-5017879/0333-5452622 Email:waqas@naturexplorers.net Ghazal Jabeen Cell: 0333-5896008 Email: ghazal@naturexplorers.net 8:00 am 10:30 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 7:30 pm

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