Fizagat Park is a recreational park in the region of Mingora in Pakistan. It is a well known goal for voyagers visiting the valley of Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is arranged on the bank of the Swat River at Fizagat. Its fundamental element is the flood of freshwater from the waterway Swat streaming.
Tube boats in Fiza Gat proximity
The old name of Fizagat was Qazagat; qaza signifying “passing” and gat signifying “mount”. Hence, Qazagat was known as the “Mount of Death”. It is said that during the standard of Miangul Abdul Wadud (Badshah Sahib) Wali of Swat, the sentenced were rebuffed at the highest point of this mount.
The recreation center was set up in 1984 by then administrator of the Municipal advisory group of Mingora Malak Bairam Khan. During the 2010 flood, a few territories of the recreation center were harmed. Redesign started in June, 2012, performed by the Tehsil city organization with the monetary help of PaaRSA. Rs 3.5 million were distributed for restoration. Extra place that is known for 35,000 ft2 was added to the recreation center. The recreation center was patched up with the participation of the Government of Japan in 2013. Rs 14 million had been apportioned for the recreation center’s upkeep in 2015.
On 6 July 2015, an extension venture was introduced. The undertaking included planting of trees, development of a scaffold, a sun powered controlled brightening framework, extension and further beautification.