Akbarpura, or Akbarpūra, is a village, roughly 13 miles (21 km) northeast of the city of Peshawar, in Nowshera District of northern Pakistan. Akbarpura is named after the Mughal King Akbar the Great, who camped here before going to Afghanistan.
Risalpur is a city in Nowshera District, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, on the Nowshera-Mardan Road. It is nearly 45 km from Peshawar and 15 km from Mardan and is located at 34°4’52N 71°58’21E. In a basin some 1014 feet above sea level, it is bounded on the south and west by the Kabul and Kalpani rivers, respectively. The famous Khyber Pass lies 90 kilometers to the north.
Khushal Khan Khattak memorial library is located here. Many visitors come from other parts of the country to visit here. The younger generation participates in many sports with cricket being the most popular and played daily. Akora khattak also provides stronger performance of education.
Established on the hilltops and plains of Khwara Range near the Indus River in Nizampur area of Nowshera district, the Manglot Wildlife Park is providing a sanctuary to endangered wildlife species and serving as a scenic recreational resort for the tourists.
Kund Park established in 2000, is an animal theme park located in Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The park is a conservation center and sanctuary for Asian black bears and Himalayan brown bears.
Shrine of Syed Kastir Gul alias Kaka Sahib is situated in the Nowshera district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Kakakhels are a prominent Syed clan of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa. Roots Kaka Khels reach to Hazrat Ali bin Ismail bin Imame Jafer Sadiq.