Chillinji Pass Trek

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Duration

21 Days

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Cancellation

Up to 30

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Group Size

15 peoples

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Languages

English

Overview

The mountain of Hindukush enters into Pakistan, step by step, out of the isolated hills of Afghanistan, and within this wilderness situated some of the most beautiful mountain valleys found, and formed the boundaries of two fabled countries.

The religion of these inhabitants’ ore not clear, but they worship the wooden statues as a Goddess. They are celebrating 4 festivals in four seasons, that is Spring–Summer-Autumn & Winter. The Jeep drives to Mastuj valley to the Wakhan Corridor, and then the trek starts for Shah Jinali Pass to follow the Shah Jinali River, on the Pamir Range. Unforgettable view of Hindu Kush and Pameer, trek down to the Yaseen valley follow the Durkut valley to Assumber Pass to Chilinji Pass to Ziarat, Gulmit, Karimabad, Hunza.

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K2 Base Camp Fixed Departure Dates

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16-JUN-202005-JUL-2020 GUARANTEED
20-JUN-202011-JUL-2020 CLOSED
01-JUL-202020-JUL-2020 GUARANTEED
05-JUL-202026-JUL-2020 CLOSED
15-JUL-202003-AUG-2020 GUARANTEED
01-AUG-202020-AUG-2020 AVAILABLE
06-AUG-202027-AUG-2020 CLOSED
20-AUG-202008-SEP-2020 AVAILABLE
01-SEP-202020-SEP-2020 AVAILABLE
10-SEP-202029-SEP-2020 AVAILABLE

K2 Base Camp Fixed Departure Dates

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09-JUN-202030-JUN-2020 CLOSED
16-JUN-202005-JUL-2020 GUARANTEED
01-JUL-2020 20-JUL-2020 GUARANTEED
05-JUL-2020 26-JUL-2020 CLOSED
07-JUL-2020 26-JUL-2020 AVAILABLE
15-JUL-202003-AUG-2020 GUARANTEED
06-AUG-202027-AUG-2020 CLOSED
10-AUG-2020 29-AUG-2020 AVAILABLE

Snow Lake Biafo Hisper Fixed Departure Dates

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25-JUN-2020 16-JUL-2020 AVAILABLE
15-JUL-2019 07-AUG-2019 AVAILABLE
22-JUL-2019 12-AUG-2019 AVAILABLE
01-AUG-2019 23-AUG-2019 CLOSED
03-AUG-2019 25-AUG-2019 AVAILABLE
06-AUG-2019 27-AUG-2019 CLOSED
07-AUG-2019 28-AUG-2019 AVAILABLE
15-AUG-201907-SEP-2019 AVAILABLE

Detailed Itinerary

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Day-01: Islamabad and Rawalpindi

Welcome at Islamabad airport, and transfer to hotel. After refreshment proceed for city tour of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, which includes famous Faisal Mosque, Shakar Parian, Pakistan monument, Damen Koh, Lok Versa, Museum, Rawalpindi old bazaar, Raja Bazaar.

Day-02: Drive from Islamabad to Swat

After breakfast departure for Swat, 230 km, 4-5 hours, en-route visit well-preserved monastery of Takhat-e-Bai. Driving along the picturesque Malakand Pass you will first visit the magnificent ancient Buddhist monastery Takht-i-Bahi dating back to 1st to 7th Century AD. Takht-e-Bhai consists of numerous chapels and stupas sticking to the high, rocky spurs. Next, continue to the enchanting Swat Valley visiting the famous Churchill’s Picket en route. The valley of Swat, famous for its scenic beauty, snow-capped peaks, countless waterfalls and glaciers, water springs and pastures, streams and rivulets, thick woods, glades and glens, natural parks, lakes and dark forests.

Day-03: Drive from Swat to Chitral

Drive to Chitral 254 km, 7-8 hours, afternoon visit Chitral town. Chitral town is surprisingly large; it is population having swelled by Afghan refugees from across the border. Visit Chitral fort and 100 years old Shahi mosque surrounded by clusters of enormous chinars trees. The impressive fort is the ancestral home of the mehtars of Chitral (The ex-ruling family).

Day-04: Excursion Kalash Valleys

Drive to Kalash valleys visit Bumburet, Birir, and Rumbur, evening back to Chitral
Chitral prime attraction is the Kalash valleys, home of 3000 non-Muslim Kafir Kalash (or black infidels) who live in 20 small villages in the valleys of Birir and Rumbur. The Kafir Kalash still follow their own religion, a mixture of animism and ancestor-and fire-worship, and have retained some of their original cultures. They make offerings to several gods: Sajigor, the highest deity, is in charge of everything: Surisan protects the cattle, Goshedoi milk products, and praba fruit. Most of the Kalash are pale skinned, and some of them even have fair hair and blue eyes, all of which give rise to the usual legend that they are descended from the followers of Alexander.

Day-05: Drive from Chitral to Lasht

Drive to Lasht. Altitude 3048. Overnight in tents

Day-06: Trek from Lasht to Kishmanja

Trek through a narrow valley with good side views of glaciers to Wakhi settlement Kishmanja. Altitude 3300 m. Overnight in tents

Day-07: Trek from Kishmanja to Ishkarwarz

Trek to Ishkarwarz on the Brogil Pass 3600 m. Camp beyond the pass, which lies on the border between Pakistan & Afghanistan. The Oxus river beyond which lies the Pamirs of Tajikistan.

Day-08: Trek from Ishkarwarz to Lashkargaz

Trek to Wakhi summer settlement of Lashkargaz. Altitude 3990 m. Overnight in tents

Day-09: Trek from Lashkargaz to Laly Ribat

Trek to Laly Ribat. Altitude 3990 m. Overnight in tents

Day-10: Trek from Laly Ribat to Kurambar Lake

Trek to Kurambar Lake 4304 m. One of the most beautiful high-altitude Lake in the area. Overnight in tents

Day-11: Trek from Kurambar Lake to Shuinji

Trek to Shuinji summer pasture 3930m. Overnight in tents

Day-12: Trek from Shuinji to Sukhtarabad

Cross Chotoboi glacier to Sukhtarabad. Altitude 3420m. Overnight in tents

Day-13: Trek from Sukhtaraabad to Chillinji Jungle

Trek to Chillinji Jungle 3450 m. it is gentle climbing through the alpine forest and nature spring’s night at Gangle. Overnight in tents

Day-14: Trek from Chillinji to High Camp

Trek to Chillinji high camp. We start gentle climbing towards the high camp. Overnight in tents

Day-15: Trek from High Camp to Beyatot

Trek from High camp to Beyator via Chillinji pass 5160 meters. we start in the early morning to climbing the pass zik zak to the top it is spot. It is exclent views of heights mountains of Hindukush, Karakoram ranges. And we start descending from the pass towards the Beyator. Overnight in tents

Day-16: Trek from Beyatot to Baba Ghundi

Trek to dow Baba Ghundi Chupursen village. While descending you can see Sheep’s Gots and summer house.
Beyond Zood Khun is the mystical and holy Baba Ghundi Ziarat, a shrine to a Sufi saint said to have miraculous powers, and a popular pilgrimage site. The shrine is surrounded by meadows which host herds of sheep in summer and, sporadically from June to September, Kyrgyz traders from Afghanistan who traditionally cross the Irshad Pass with horses, yaks and sheep to trade with the Chapursan villagers.

Day-17: Drive from Chupursen to Karimabad

Drive to Karimabad. En route visit Batura Glacier, Passu Glacier, Gulmit village, Husssani suspension bridge and Attabad Lake. Arrive Karimabad and transfer to hotel

Day-18: Visits in Karimabad and Altit

Morning visit Baltit Fort 700 Years old and Baltit village, afternoon visit Altit Fort 900 Years old, Altit village and visit the women carpenters of Hunza. Evening enjoy water channel walk from Karimabad to towards Hyderabad village.

Day-19: Drive from Karimabad to Naran

Drive to Naran 355km via Babusar Pass 4173m. En-route stop at various viewpoints for photography and refreshment. Babusar Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.173 m (13,691 ft) above the sea level. The pass is the highest point in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. The pass connects the Kaghan Valley via the Thak Nala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway. It’s one of the famous hair pinned roads in the world. Karakoram highway is the 8th wonder of the world.

Day-20: Drive from Naran to Islamabad

Drive to Islamabad 6-7 hours 239 km, en-route visit Taxila museum and historical sites.

Day-21: Fly Back

Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight

  • All road and airport transfers
  • All hotel accommodation (twin sharing room)
  • All trekking accommodation
  • All camping site and bridge fees
  • All trekking logistics (all tents, non-personal equipment and tools etc)
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Licensed professional guide (government requirement)
  • Waste management fees (government requirement)
  • Islamabad city tour all entry fees included
  • Support staff (cook, assistant(s) etc)
  • Porter for personal luggage (15 kgs)
  • First aid medicine kit (basic)
  • Satellite phone for emergencies
  • D3V sleeping tent, Messt tent, Kitcht tent, Toilet Tent, Mattresses and all necessary kitchen utensils
  • International airfare and airport taxes.
  • Visa fee for Pakistan and personal insurance of the clients.
  • Tips for drivers, porters and staff
  • Single Supplement
  • Transfers to and from airports for participants making individual air arrangements
  • Optional excursions or deviations from the scheduled tour
  • Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
  • Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely
  • Any other service that is not mentioned in the list above.

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