Pakistan is such a place which is unexplored by the foreign tourists. In international media the image is about the fanatics but in spite of these mainstream framing there are alternatives which these media should cover. Tourism in Pakistan is suffered by such image building. Among many tourist destinations one stands is Lulusar—a cluster of highland peaks and a lake in the Kaghan Valley in the Khyber Pakhtunkhawa province of Pakistan. The word ‘sar’ means top in Pashto language. The highest peak has a height of eleven thousands and two hundred feet above sea level. The place is renowned for the picturesque and great Lulusar Lake, which is a prevalent vacationer pull. Lulusar Lake at eleven thousands one hundred and ninety feet is the main headwaters of the Kunhar River. It drifts south east through the complete length of Kaghan valley, fleeting Jalkhand, Paras, Naran, Kaghan, Balakot and Jared until its convergence with Jhelum river. The lake is ample greater than other lakes in the Kaghan Valley, and has mirror-like water shimmering the surrounding snow-covered Lulusar mountains, fashioning a unusual sightseer fascination. In the summer many national and foreign visitors make the lake and Lulusar-Dudipatsor National Park a destination. The flora here includes the perennials, shrubs, trees and herbs. Fauna includes the snow leopard, black bear, marmot, weasel, lynx, leopard, snow cock and snow partridges. Cars and motorbikes are available for the uneven and tricky routes. Jeeps can be hired in Naran for visiting the lake. From Naran, the Naran Babusar road ascends forty eight kilometers northeast up Kaghan Valley to Basel, from where one reaches Lulusar Lake. Around the lake—a road is being built south east linking Naran and Basel to Chilas and the Karakorum highway in the south of Gilgit.