Ayub National Park

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Place Details

The recreation area was laid out before the formation of Pakistan and covers an area of 313 sections of land (127 ha). It was named after the previous Leader of Pakistan Field Marshal Ayub Khan. It is the biggest park in the Islamabad-Rawalpindi metropolitan region and is professed to be one of the biggest in Asia.

Activities
  • Photography
  • Relaxation
  • Greenary View

Near Attractions

Weather Details

  • Weather: Broken Clouds
  • Temperature: (9º - 9º)
  • Clouds: 83%
  • Feels Like:
  • Humidity: 76%
  • Pressure: 1,016 hPa
  • Wind Speed: 3 kmh
  • Visibility: 10.0 km

Backpacking Checklist

For Photography Backpack

1. Camera: Of course, you will need a camera to take photos. Choose a camera that suits your needs and skill level, whether it's a smartphone camera, point-and-shoot camera, or a DSLR.

2. Lenses: Depending on your photography goals, you may want to bring different lenses for your camera, such as a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, or a macro lens.

3. Tripod: A tripod can be useful for stabilizing your camera and taking steady shots, especially in low light conditions.

4. Filters: Filters can help you achieve certain effects in your photos, such as a polarizing filter to reduce glare or a neutral density filter to create long exposures.

5. Lens cleaning kit: Dust and dirt can easily get on your lenses, so it's important to bring a lens cleaning kit to keep them clean and free of smudges.

6. Spare batteries and memory cards: Don't forget to bring spare batteries and memory cards to ensure that you don't run out of power or storage space while taking photos.

7. Backpack or camera bag: To keep your camera and accessories organized and protected, consider bringing a backpack or camera bag designed for outdoor photography.

8. Knowledge of photography basics: It's important to have a basic understanding of photography principles, such as aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, to ensure that you get the shots you want. Consider taking a photography course or reading up on these principles to improve your skills.

9. External flash or lighting equipment: If you're shooting in low light conditions, an external flash or lighting equipment can help illuminate your subject and create a better exposure.

10. Remote shutter release: A remote shutter release can help you take photos without touching your camera, which can help reduce camera shake and ensure sharper photos.

General/Basic Backpack

1. Water bottle: Stay hydrated during your travels.

2. Camera: Capture memories of your trip.

3. Sunscreen: Protect your skin from the sun.

4. Snacks: Keep hunger at bay between meals.

5. First aid kit: Be prepared for any minor emergencies.

6. Umbrella or rain jacket: Protect yourself from the elements.

7. Map or guidebook: Navigate your destination with ease.

8. Cash and cards: Have a variety of payment options.

9. Portable charger: Keep your devices charged on the go.

10. Comfortable clothing and footwear: Wear clothes suitable for the climate and activities planned.


Remember, the specific items you pack may vary depending on your destination, length of trip, and personal preferences.

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