Khewra Salt Mines: The Khewra City was established in 1876 with the support of British Army whose occupied on the Land of Khewra before 1947. Janjua Rajputs tribe was the founder of Khewra. Khewra Salt Mines is one of the best source of pure salt in Pakistan which was discovered in 1872 by the local family of Janjua Rajputs. Since 2002, the main tunnel of the mine has been converted into a tourist attraction. Some of the websites we consulted claim 35000-40000 visitors come here every year. In 2003 a major restoration work was carried out at the mines to make it a prime tourist destination. Decorative light-work was done to make portions of mine a walk through the glittering stars. The salt crystal found here is translucent? Which means it absorbs some light and reflects some. Depending upon the thickness (among other properties), the salt rock glows when lit in many different shades. The tourist attractions inside the mine include: Assembly Hall, Pul-saraat, Indoor Brine Ponds, Badshahi Mosque, Sheesh Mahal, Crystal Valley, Minar-E-Pakistan, The Great Wall of China, Narrow Gauge Electric Railway, Pakistan Post Office, Salt Crystal Formations and Old Mining Machinery.
Wadi-E-Tober: Wadi-E-Tober is a Mini Switzerland of Saltians and another wonderful tourist place of Khewra which is located on the way of Choa Saidanshah City. The Valley is almost entirely populated by the Khewra's Community in between the beautiful and green high mountains. It is a place of great natural beauty and a very popular place for the tourists.
Metha Patan Valley: This is an excellent destination of Khewra for trekking and hill walking. Metha Patan has also a single natural waterfall of Valley which is provided the sufficient amount of water to Khewra City. It attracts many tourists of Pakistan because of his natural greenish beauty. Metha Patan Valley has a potential for mountaineering and rock climbing. The valley is a prime destination during the summer season.