Culture review of Ayubia

Ayubia is a small town situated near Muree, and galiyat in Khyber Phakhtoon Khua province. It was established in 1984 in east corner of province. It is also known as home of national park. Ayubia was named after late Muhammad Ayub khan who was second president of Pakistan. At that time its size is 1,684 hectares and now expanded up to 3,312 hectares because managed by Khyber Phakhtoon Khua department. Ayubia is a hilly station and main purpose is to conserve nature, forests and wildlife.  Headquarter of Ayubia is at Dunga Gali which is located at 34 km from Abbotbad.  Around Ayubia there are seven villages and four towns. Each village has their own language but common one is Hindku.


People of Ayubia are hard working and have ability to tolerate the cold season. Because its weather is cold throughout the year and even snow falling occurs in December and in January. Its temperature is 3 degree to 11 degree and rainfall rate is 1,244 cm. Ayubia is a place which attracts millions of tourist to visit every year. It is a quiet, calm and peaceful area and best season to visit is September.  There are a lot of hotels and parks. Each hotel served famous dishes of Pakistan. But wheat is a staple food over there in the centre of Ayubia of there is a chair lift that takes the tourist to near spots.


It is a beautiful place cover with trees especially temperate coniferous, temperate broad leaf, and mixed forests. There are number of wild trees and wild forests which are conserving for long time. These are at elevation of 8,000 feet above sea level.  Different parks are developed as a resort. There are four mini resorts khaira Gali, Changla Gali, Khaspurand, and Ghora Dhaka. Where tourist must visits and enjoys their picnic. Ayubia and Galiyat is amazing place in Pakistan foreigners also visiting this hilly station especially in cold winters when fog and snow fall cover the trees and Ayubia. Ayubia is also famous for conserving wildlife horses, monkeys, Wild Goats, Markhor, and other animals as well In Ayubia nature is conserved in real sense.