Neela Sandh

Lehtrar Road, Rawalpindi, Punjab

Neela Sandh

Neela Sandh Rawalpindi or Nila Sandh is a beautiful natural waterfall, located in Mori Syedan, Lehtrar Road, District Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan. It has surroundings many greenery, tall trees, large mountains which almost covered with snow all the time.

Actually, Nila Sandh has the collection of many ponds, when all natural ponds merge together and flow in the same direction, it become a beautiful clean blue waterfall which actually covered almost 12 meters area. Those visitors who love swimming definitely come here to fun cool clean water with their families and friends.

This stunning place is always be the attraction spot among families, tourists and visitors, everybody love these type of natural green places all the time.

Alias Names

Nila Sandh Rawalpindi



Location Lehtrar Road, Rawalpindi, Punjab
City / Town Rawalpindi
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Neela Sandh, Lehtrar Road, Rawalpindi

Geo Coordinates 33.6617156976871 °N,    73.3844903111458 °E

Travelor Instructions

Neela Sandh Rawalpindi Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours Open

Map Of Neela Sandh

About the Author Rida Ali POSTED BY Rida Ali ON January 04, 2016

Em the Head of Customer Care at Al-SynergyTech, live in Ajman-UAE. I am passionate blogger, love writing post and want to keep up with pub trends and learn deep, my goal is to organize relevant information about writing for Travel Spots.


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