Margalla Hills National Park
Margalla Hills National Park is located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Built in 1980, the park covers an area of approximately 17,386 hectares. It is located at the foot of the southern Himalayan mountains. The park also includes tourist attractions like Margalla Hills, Shakarparian Park, Daman-e-Koh, Pir Sohawa, Lake View Park and Rawal Lake.
Margalla Hill National Park is famous for its Chinese and Himalayan animals. The park is a protected area for leopards, deer, wild boar, golden jackals, peacocks, foxes, swords, monkeys, snakes, bats and birds.