Tumair (in Urdu تمير) beautiful valley is a town and Union Council (UC) situated in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan. Its geographical coordinates are 33° 41' 0" North, 73° 16' 0" East. Tumair is situated 19 km east of the center of Islamabad. Union council Tumair consists of Tumair (capital), Kijnah, Sihali, New Simli,Barha Mohra,pehont, Jandala, Jandgran, Garathian, Darkala, Rakh Tumair A, Rakh Tumair B, Dakhian. Area wise, Tumair is the biggest UC of Islamabad. There is also a Shrine of Sufi Saint Sain Muhammad Ashraf Badshah Qadri Qalandri in Tumair which is commonly known as Darbar Tumair Shareef. Another Shrine of the forefather of Dhanyal tribe is also in Tumair. The town is located in Zone-IV of the capital city, the zone is the largest in term of its area and is mainly designed for farming.
Dhanial is the main tribe and landowners. The town is home to a number of other tribes like Jut, Awan, Hashmi, Rajput,Rajput, Jat, etc. The town land is divided among four sub branches of Dhanial tribe, namely -Bara Mohra,Fatehal, Jusot, Havalian and Arra.
The Simly dam, the main source of water supply to the capital city, is situated in the east of Tumair. The town lies on the Swan/Soan river, which flows through the Pathwar/Pothohar region.