Swat valley is a district in Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The population of Swat valley is 2,309,570 per the 2017 national census. The Swat valley is located on an elevation of 980m(3220ft). The history of the valley goes back to around 2000 years ago. The valley is also historically diverse holding in itself the remains of ancient civilizations as archaeological remains of Gandhara civilization was discovered in 1966. The buddist site of Nemogram is located 45km west to Saidu Sharif and about 22km from Birkot. Swat Valley is also known for its breathtaking landscapes, scenic countysides, lush forests and high peaks.The clear waters of Lake Mahodand, the dense green forest of the Ushu, and the flowing and spinning Kalam Falls make this tranquil beauty a worthy destination for honeymoon couples. The gushing rivers, waterfalls, streams, blue glacial lakes, pine forests, alpine meadoes, lush green fields, fruitfilled orchards and the hospitality of Swati locals makes Swat an ideal tourist attraction. Kalam, Mahodand Lake, Malam Jabba, Takht-i-Bahi, Saidu Sharif, White Palace, Ushu Forest, Mingora, and Buddha Stupas are some of the main places to visit on the Swat tours. Swat valley is just a few hours drive from the capital making it the most accesable ideal tours for the tourists.