Simly Dam

Simly Dam Road, Islamabad

Simly Dam

Simly Dam Islamabad is a largest reservoir of pure drinking water for Islamabad and Rawalpindi peoples, located at distance of 30 kilometer near Bhara Kahu town and on 10 to 15 min drive from Convention Center Islamabad towards Punjab, Murree.

Simly Dam Islamabad was developed by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and was completed in 1983. The lake has an area of 28,750 hectares, has huge quantity of reserve water which spread all over the Islamabad areas in a very good manner, and the lake around many residential projects and farm houses available.

Similarly, there is only 2 activities can be performed by visitors, Boating & Fishing, but with the permission of CDA (Capital Development Authority).

At the surroundings of Simly Dam, there is lots of wild life animals can be seen time to time like Fruit bats, Asiatic leopard, Wild boar, Yellow throated marten, Golden Jackal, Pangolin, Rhesus Macaque, Leopard cat, Gray Goral sheep, Barking deer, Chinkara gazelle, Red fox, Porcupine, and various other animals walk around the baragali in a very freeway.

Alias Names

Simly Dam Lake Islamabad

Established Completed in 1983


NearBy Landmark Bhara Kahu
Location Simly Dam Road, Islamabad
City / Town Islamabad
State Punjab
Country Pakistan

Simly Dam, Simly Dam Road, Islamabad

Geo Coordinates 33.7243129642956 °N,    73.3383021827597 °E

Simly Dam Attractions

Simly Dam Islamabad Around Attractive Animals

  • Porcupine
  • Fruit bats
  • Asiatic leopard
  • Wild boar
  • Yellow throated marten
  • Golden Jackal
  • Pangolin
  • Rhesus Macaque
  • Leopard cat
  • Gray Goral sheep
  • Barking deer
  • Chinkara gazelle

Travelor Instructions

Simly Dam Islamabad Visit Timings

  • 24 Hours Open

Simly Dam Map


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