Some dams are set back within the deep valleys, while others rise high above them, displaying the engineering wonders that they are among the peaceful beauty of nature.
The Simly Dam is an earthen embankment dam that is 80 metres (260 feet) high and is located on the Soan River in Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is approximately 30 kilometres (19 miles) east of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
These magnificent cement ensigns stand tall as an ideal amalgamation of nature's opulence and human concoction, and they have also gained popularity among tourists and travelers for multiple reasons.
As soon as you reach the dam, you will notice that your feelings of melancholy begin to fade, and your eyes will have a hard time telling the difference between the vast expanses of blue that lie beyond the dam. This pathway is ideal for a morning stroll because it is surrounded on either side by magnificent trees and clean roads, and birds can be heard chirping.
In addition to the stunning natural beauty and impressive architectural design, visitors can participate in various activities at the lake and the dam. The dam features a Japanese garden, a musical fountain, a Nandanavana garden, an aviary for birds, a children's park, and other attractions. You can also make your way up to the lighthouse for a more expansive view.
Visitors are welcome to unwind and relax at the guesthouse, which is perched in the middle of the lake. It is increasingly popular with tourists, who come here to take a holiday and escape the scorching summer heat.
You may glide over the crystal clear water and make your way to the lake in a variety of boats, ranging from pedal boats to speedboats, that are available for rent at the dam. In addition, there is a nature park in the neighborhood of the boating area.