The Indus River is the most important river in Pakistan, and also the longest river with a length of 1,800 miles (2,900 km). It begins in Tibet and flows into the Arabian Sea. The river system is fed mainly by snow and glaciers of the Himalayas, and is one of the few rivers that exhibits a tidal bore. The flow is also determined by the seasons, being lower in winter, and over flowing it's banks in monsoon season, from July to September.
Indus river flow with in one mile distance towards the north of Waisa village. It play a momentous role in Waisa as this is arguably one of the best visitor attractions in Waisa. Everyone desires to visit Indus river in summer when temprature climb above 40*C. The water of the river is significantly cold and you start shivering after 20 minutes of continuously staying in the water. People do partying at the bank of the river where they indulgence themselves with some delicious barbeque. As the river pass through the mountains of Himalaya, Tibet and Kashmir it bring along the healthy and rich mineral with it. Therefore no matter how much you eat, a few glass of Indus (seen) water will digest your food and after an hour it will feel like as if you haven't eaton anything at all.
Although it is the best place to be in a very hot summer but there is a warning for those who know little or no swimming at all; that is, to avoid going into the deep water as the river flow at a constant speed and some time it is very difficult to bring yourself back at the bank if you don't know swimming. The river has brought many fatalities in the past and most of them were those youth whom they gone with their friends without their parent permission.