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It's located 20 miles west of Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan.
The serene sounds of nature await you at Rawal Lake. It lies just 20 miles away, so you don't have to be stuck inside your car all day. Bari Imam Cave, 20 miles away, is one more popular option.
Enjoy the exhilaration of watching a live soccer game at Jinnah Sport Stadium, the home of the Pakistan Television F.C. After you've cheered along with their enthusiastic fans, why not grab a drink with them somewhere close by? To reach the arena, head 20 miles east to Islamabad.
Like the sound of Taxila Museum and Taxila Excavations? These brilliant sights aren't far from the middle of Taxila, 4 miles to the southeast. Base yourself here for a little while and start exploring!
Want to check out the Ilyasi Mosque, Raees Khana Bazar and Shimla Peak? Then head to Abbottabad, 35 miles away. Bazaar and Gurdwara are also conveniently close and should be included in your travel plans.
When it comes time to rediscover your inner adventurer, sign yourself up for some rock climbing. That said, there aren't many better ways to experience the landscapes of this region than with a little mountain climbing.
If you find yourself stuck in a downpour, take refuge in one of the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and craft workshops.
If you were to ask some locals about places to go in the surrounding area, they'll often suggest the lovely open-air markets.
If you're a bit of a history nerd, take the time to wander around the local ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and archeological sites. Do some research before you go or introduce yourself to the nearest tour guide.
Find out about how faith plays an important role in the lives of the people who call Wah Cantt home by making your way to some of the local mosques.
There's a whole world of amazing flavours waiting to two-step across your taste buds in Pakistan. With plenty of tempting things to eat and drink, all you need to bring with you is a solid appetite — and perhaps a pair of stretchy slacks.
Lentils and pulses are two of the main ingredients in many dishes here. If you don't have a liking for them already, you might by the end of your visit!
Are you looking for an iconic Wah Cantt eating experience? There are some specialty dishes to keep an eye out for, such as naan (flour dough) and korma (meat).
You might be eating yourself into a food coma, but gulab jamun (deep-fried dough in sugar syrup) is worth every single calorie. This beloved dessert will make your taste buds tingle at the sight of it.
Do you plan to be here on the 23rd of March? You're in luck. On this date, the whole country joins together to celebrate Republic Day.
With just a little bit of your holiday allowance left, don't forgot to stock up on some souvenirs of the beautiful Pakistan region before you say your final goodbye.
Wah Cantt's closest terminal is Benazir Bhutto International Airport (ISB). When the time comes to pack your bag and take to the skies, head 25 miles to the southeast.