Dhirkot is a town in Bagh District, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is located 25 km from Kohala, 15 km from Chamankot, and 132 KM from Islamabad. Dhirkot is a popular tourist resort due to its easy access. The town is linked with all parts of Azad Kashmir by black top roads and direct transport services. A Forest rest house, three Tourist Huts and a Log Hut are located here for tourists stay. Dhirkot has its vast educational setup having a channel of governmental primary,secondary and High schools in each and every union council,as well as private sector is there to improve educational scenario of town.
Dhirkot best approached from Rawalpindi via Murree and the nearby Kohala Bridge over the Jhelum, the gateway to Azad Kashmir. It is small township situated at 1820 m above sea level and has a bracing climate. It is famous for its healthy surroundings, high altitude landscape. The town is also famous for the beauty spots. Almost all the area is covered with green trees like deodar, pine and oak. the Dak Bungalow – rest house – which is situated amidst the dense forest is 1670 m above sea level. Dhirkot is also famous for its fruits, mainly apples and apricots.
Kohala Dhirkot Road of the Bagh district in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is an important road linking Muzaffarabad and Islamabad with the four districts of AJK, namely, Bagh, Poonch, Haveli and Sudhnoti. Dhirkot is famous for fruits, especially apples and apricots.