A part from a lot of attractive ordinary lakes and water reservoirs Pakistan also has some non-natural lakes and water reservoirs which add loveliness to our countryside.
Poonch District, Azad Kashmir
Banjosa is an artificial lake and a tourist attraction near the city of Rawalakot in District Poonch in Azad Kashmir.
Sanghar District, Sindh
Chotiari Lake is an artificial water reservoir situated 35 km away from the Sanghar town in Sanghar District, Sindh.
Karachi and Lasbela District on Sindh and Balochistan border
Hub Lake is an artificial reservoir 56 km away from Karachi on Sindh and Balochistan border.
It is situated in Khanpur village, 15 km from Haripur. Famous for Water sports and Paragliding.
Mirpur District, Azad Kashmir
Mangla Lake is an artificial reservoir near Mirpur city in Mirpur District, Azad Kashmir
Rawal Lake is an artificial reservoir in Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan. The lake is spread over an area of 8.8 km2 and is one of the major sources of water for the residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Rawal Lake is located within an isolated section of the Malpur village near Margalla Hills National Park.
Simli Lake is located 30 km from Islamabad. The lake is formed from the melting snow and natural springs of Murree Hills. Simli Lake is the largest drinking water source for the residents of Islamabad.
Kohat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Tanda Lake is formed from Tanda Dam in Kohat District on Toi River.
Haripur District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Tarbela Lake is an artificial reservoir in the Haripur District of North-West Frontier Province. It is near Tarbela Township in the Turbela range, The name of the lake comes from town of Tarbela in which it is located (Hindko Black Forest).