Fairy Meadows, and privately known as Joot,is a prairie close to one of the base campgrounds of the Nanga Parbat, situated in Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan. At a height of around 3,300 meters over the ocean level, it fills in as the starting point for trekkers summiting on the Rakhiot face of the Nanga Parbat.In 1995, the Government of Pakistan proclaimed Fairy Meadows a National Park.
Fairy Meadows is agreeable by a twelve kilometer-long jeepable trek beginning from Raikhot connect on Karakoram Highway to the town Tato. Further from Tato, it takes around three to four hours climbing by a five kilometer trek to Fairy Meadows.The field is situated in the Raikhot valley, toward one side of the Raikhot icy mass which starts from the Nanga Parbat and feeds a stream that at long last falls in the River Indus.Since 1992, local people have worked campgrounds in the zone.
The half year vacationer season at Fairy Meadows begins in April and proceeds until the finish of September. Vacationers stop at the campground spread more than two sections of land, known as “Raikot Serai”.The site of Fairy Meadows, however halfway created, produces about PKR 17 million income from the travel industry, primarily by giving nourishment, transportation and settlement services.A venture by Shangrila Resorts The pioneers of the travel industry advancement in Gilgit Baltistan ,will set up a reverberation neighborly resort.The street to Fairy meadows was worked by Brigadier M.Aslam Khan ( M.C,H.J,F.K )The First Commander Gilgit Scouts ,which today utilizes local people. The nearby network halted the extraction of timber to save the backwoods and advance the travel industry in the territory.