Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


Thandiani Hill Station Abbottabad is a beautiful tourist spot and very famous among all, located on Abbottabad city in the Gilyat area, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It's always be the one spot where every visitor love to go with their families.

Moreover, as can see, there usually temperature is pleasant in summer and coldy in winter, that's why, most of the people use to make the meaning of Thandiani means "very Cold Mountain Season" with surroundings many lush green pine trees to be found which is mostly covered with cool cool snow.

Similarly, Thandiani spots has specialty is that, those visitors who love playing in the snow must plan to come at Thandaini, here one can find all the joy in the middle of tall white mountains, which looks white pure cotton balls comes from the heaven for Mankind. Therefore, at the hills of thandaini, visitors can see many different kind of animals around like, very friendly Monkeys, pheasants, flying Squirrel, Small Fox's and leopards as well.

Thandiani is a peaceful, livable place where you can walk, go for a jogging, hangout with family and friends in the middle of the mountains freely. The distance covered from Abbottabad to Thandiani is about to take 30km or 1h 20min, and from Islamabad city to Thandiani it took time to reach about 139km or 3h 37min approximately.

Many of the local people, citizens, tourist from all over the world, visit this place in different seasons with their friend and families to enjoy their changeable sometime cold and sometime pleasant weather.

Alias Names

Thandiani Hill Station


Hill Station

Location Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
City / Town Abbottabad
State Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK)
Country Pakistan

Thandiani, Abbottabad

Geo Coordinates 34.2315541728167 °N,    73.3522367477417 °E

Travelor Instructions

Thandiani Hill Station Abbottabad Visit Timings

Monday - Sunday - 24 Hours open

Thandiani Map


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