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Overview

Discover Gilgit- Baltistan, which covers Gandhara Taxila, Dir, and Chitral. Where no eagle can fly the main town of Hindu Kush on the foot of Tirich Mir peak 7708m, the highest of Hindu Kush range. The infidels with full of culture and oriented linked with Afghanistan of Nooristan, converted to Islam. Being Kafir, or they were called red Kafirs who migrated to the Kalash Valleys in 3rd centuries BC. Are known the Greece descendants. Drive to Mastuj along the Mastuj River is the spectacular view of Mountains River, streams cultivated fields fruit orchard, arrive the Mastuj fort sleep in tent under the high walnut trees with hot water and toilet faculties. This Garden, which is a part of the fort, belongs to Mather of Chitral. En route loweri Pass 3118-m. Further, drive to Phander Lake crossing Shandur pass the highest polo field of the world 3712m along with two lakes.

The polo festival held each year from 7th July to 9th July where the Prize distribution comes with the state head of Pakistan. Camp in Phander. Drive through the fabulous Punyal valley to Gilgit. From Gilgit to Hunza on the KKH to the last kingdom of the Karakorum surrounded by high peaks of 7500m to 7800m. we drive to Skardu the Capital of Baltistan the last kingdom of Karakorum & Himalaya surrounded by high peaks of 7500 to 8600m. En route stop in the point where the three Mountains ranges meet. (Further, drive to Astor valley to Deosai Lake at Altitude of 4176m. This huge plateau having full of wildlife. Which is protected by WWF Pakistan, Drive to Rama Lake on the foot of life, which is protected by WWF Pakistan the drive to Rama Lake on the foot. Nanga Parbat gives a tremendous view of Nanga Parbat (8126m). Drive to the Karakorum highway to Chilas visit the rock engraving.

Deosai National Park is at an average elevation of 4,114 meters (13,497 ft) above the sea level, making the Deosai Plains the second highest plateau in the world, after the adjacent Tibetan Plateau. The park protects an area of 3,000 square kilometers (1,200 sq mi). It is well known for its rich flora and fauna of the Karakorum West Tibetan alpine steppe ecoregion. In the spring season it is covered by sweeps wildflowers and a wide variety of butterflies.
Deosai plateau offers the beautiful view of Karakoram Mountains, are having a magnificent view of high Plateau, after a few hours walk get on jeeps to Kala Pani. The 2nd overnight at world’s highest Deosai Plateau are unique, because it lies among the two great mountain Ranges, the west end of Himalayas and center of the Karakorum. Overnight with beautiful surrounding hills and snow capped mountains.

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Highlights

  • A scenic view of Nanga Parbat 8126m from Astore valley
  • Views of peaks between 5,000m to 8,000m Peaks
  • Visit of Kalash Valleys Birir, Bomborat and Rambour
  • Drive up to Khunjerab Pass [Pak- China Border) 4733m]
  • The crossing of Three highest mountain passes (Shandur 3700m, Deosai 4114m and Babusar Pass 4173m

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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

Drive to Swat 180 km, en-route stop at various viewpoints for photography and visit Buddhist Ruins of Takht-i-Bahi. Evening walk and local visits Swat valley.

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: Drive from Chitral to Kalash Valleys

Drive to Kalash valleys 60km, 2-3 hours, arrive and transfer to hotel.
Afternoon local visits in Bumburet, Rumbur and Birir 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 Mastuj

Drive to Mastuj 120 km, en-route stop at various viewpoints for photography and refreshment, arrive Mastuj and transfer to hotel. Evening walk and local visits in Mastuj.

Day-06: Drive from Mastuj to Phander

Drive to Phander valley over Shandur Pass 3,700m, arrive and transfer to hotel. Afternoon local visits and enjoy the trout fishing at Phander Lake.
Phander valley which is commonly called “Little Kashmir”. Phander Lake is one of the most famous tourist spots in the entire region. Phander valley was the breadbasket for the whole Northern Areas. The name of Ghizer comes from the name of a village ‘Ghizer’ that is situated in the vicinity of Phander. The deep blue lake in Phander offers a magnificent view and is basically the home of trout fish.

Day-07: Drive from Phaner to Astore and Tarishing

Drive to Gilgit 188 km, after lunch continue drive to Astore- 120km. En-route stop at junction point of three great mountain ranges meet, the Karakorum, Himalaya and Hindukush, and stop at Thalichi for photography from Nanga Parbat 8,126m.
Tarishing village offers a picture sack view of the Rupal valley along the majestic Nanga Parbat base camps of expeditions climbing route. The inhabitants of Gujjars and Shin used to welcome tourist who has been traveling from 19th centuries till now have had a good experience.

Day-08: Local visits in Tarishing valley

Local visits in Tarishing village. Tarishing situated at an altitude of around 2900 meters on southern face of Nanga Parbat, Tarishing is one of the most beautiful villages of Pakistan. It is the last jeepable point towards Rupal face of Nanga Parbat.

Day-09: Drive from Tarishing to Shoucher Lake

Drive to Shoucer Lake through the panoramic view of Astore valley, which is called little Kashmir, cross Astore River near Chilim Chowki. Where it used to be a Dhak bungalow for the ancient Silk traders in the past, the drive will be totally on the rough jeep road. Upon arrival transfer to the campsite, (70 km- 3-4 hrs) walk around the Lake; see the panoramic view of Deosai Plateau and Nanga Parbat as well. overnight in tents. Drive to Shoucer Lake through the panoramic view of Astore valley, which is called little Kashmir, cross Astore River near Chilim Chowki. Where it used to be a Dhak bungalow for the ancient Silk traders in the past, the drive will be totally on the rough jeep road. Upon arrival transfer to the campsite, (70 km- 3-4 hrs) walk around the Lake; see the panoramic view of Deosai Plateau and Nanga Parbat as well. overnight in tents.

Day-10: Drive from Shoucher Lake to Deosai

Walk and drive through one of the highest Deosai plateau of the world at the West End of Himalayas, which lies among Himalayas and Karakoram. Deosai plateau offers the beautiful view of Karakoram Mountains, are having a magnificent view of high Plateau, after a few hours walk gets on jeeps to Kala Pani. The 2nd overnight at world’s highest Deosai Plateau is unique because it lies among the two great mountain Ranges, the west end of Himalayas and center of the Karakorum. Overnight in tents with beautiful surrounding hills and snow-capped mountains. at 1400ft, enjoy and explore the area of Kala Pani the black water.

Day-11: Drive from Deosai to Skardu & Shigar valley

Drive to Skardu via Satpara Lake 50km, arrive Skardu and transfer to hotel. Afternoon visit Shigar Fort, Shigar valley, The Cold Desert, also known as the Katpana Desert and Skardu Town.

Day-12: Drive from Skardu to Khaplu & Skardu

Drive to Khaplu village 90 km, visit Khaplu Fort and Khaplu village. Evening drive back to Skardu.
Khaplu village: This handsome village of timber-and-stone houses and precision-made dry walls climbs up a wide alluvial fan beneath an arc of sheer granite walls. Painstaking irrigation has made it a shady, fertile oasis. As you climb its twisting track, the icy peaks of the Masherbrum Range rise on the other side of the valley. It’s hard to imagine a more majestic setting near a public road anywhere in Pakistan. The main attractions are the 2600m-high village itself, the old Royal Place and even older Mosque above it at Chakchun, and the heart-stopping views.

Day-13: Drive from Skardu to Gilgit- Hunza

Drive to Gilgit along with Indus River 240 km, after lunch continue drive to Karimabad [Hunza] on Karakoram highway 100 km. En- route stop at various viewpoints and at Rakaposhi view point for photography and refreshment.

Day-14: Local 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. Afternoon drive to Duiker valley thirty minutes, arrive and transfer to hotel. An evening walk through the village to Holy shrines, today you will have opportunity to see many local people working in the fields.
Duiker valley is viewpoint to see the sunset and Sunrise over the beautiful mountains in the surroundings of Hunza). Duiker valley (Roof of the world), have a spectacular view down to Karakoram Highway and awesome views of Golden peak 7027m, Rakaposhi 7788m, Ultar Sar 7388m, Diran Peak 7266m, Lady Finger 6000m and Disteghil Sar 7885m.

Day-15: Khunjerab Pass- Passu and Karimabad

Drive to Khunjerab Pass 4,733m, (Pak- China Border) Evening drive back to Karimabad. En-route visit Attabad Lake, Borith Lake, Gulkin village, Gulmit village, Passu white Glacier, Passu village, Hussani village and Hussani suspension bridge.
Khunjerab Pass elevation 4,733m is a high mountain pass in the Karakoram Mountains in a strategic position on the northern border of Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region and on the southwest border of the Xinjiang region of China. Its name is derived from Wakhi ‘Khun’ means Home and ‘Jerav’ means spring water/water falling. The Khunjerab Pass is the highest paved international border crossing in the world and the highest point on the Karakoram Highway. The road way across the pass was completed in 1982, and has superseded the unpaved Mintaka and Kilik Passes as the primary passage across the Karakoram.

Day-16: Drive from Karimabad to Naran

Drive to Naran (355km) 9-10 hours, via Babusar Pass 4173-m). Afternoon local visit Naran Valley.
Babusar Pass (el. 4173 m. /13,691 ft.) is a mountain pass at the north of the 150 km. (93 miles) long Kaghan Valley connecting it via the Thak Nala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway (KKH). Babusar Pass connects Gilgit Baltistan with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

Day-17: Drive from Naran to Islamabad

Drive to Islamabad 239 km, 6-7 hours. En-route visit Taxila Museum and historical sites.
Taxila: Most of the archaeological sites of Taxila (600 BC to 500 AD) are located around Taxila museum. For over one thousand-year Taxila remained famous as a center of learning Gandhara art of sculpture, architecture, education, and Buddhism in the days of Buddhist glory. There are over 50 archaeological sites scattered in a radius of 30 km around Taxila. In Taxila visit archaeological sites of Jaulian, Mohra Moradu, and Sirkap. Later visit.
Taxila museum: A museum comprising various sections with rich archaeological finds of Taxila. It is one of the best and well-maintained site museums of Pakistan.

Day-18: Fly back Home

Transfer to Islamabad airport for international flight

  • Licensed professional guide (government requirement)
  • Airport transfer on first and last day in Islamabad
  • All domestic road transfers
  • All hotel accommodation
  • All hotel meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Support staff (assistant(s) etc)
  • Travel Insurance (recommendations only)
  • Visa to Pakistan (supporting documents will be offered)
  • International airfare
  • Personal equipments (clothes, boots etc)
  • Tips for guides, porters, staff etc
  • Miscellaneous (drinks, phone calls, laundry, souvenir etc)

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