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Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer (2024-25) – 21 Days

We have a special place in our hearts for Pakistan and for good reason. A trip to this region of the world is sure to enthrall even the most experienced visitors. It is home to some of the most breathtaking mountain scenery in the world, flourishing cities, vibrant markets, and friendly hospitality.

Dates & Cost – Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer – (21 Days)

Summers are considered the best tour season in the Himalayan and Karakoram regions of Pakistan. Considering the flow of tourists and demand for Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer , we carefully choose our dates for this trek. The start and end dates in the table below are your dates of arrival and departure from Pakistan. We have at least  2  guaranteed departures  every year. Our dates and costs for Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer  are given below.

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Foreign travelers (non-Pakistani)

  • Implementation of  Covid SOPs/Guidelines  & Complimentary Safety Pack (sanitizer, 1 mask & glove per day)
  • Licensed professional guide (government requirement)
  • Airport transfer on the first and last day in Islamabad
  • All domestic road transfers
  • All hotel accommodations (twin-sharing rooms)
  • All hotel meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • Support staff (assistant(s) etc)

Domestic travelers (Pakistani Nationals)

  • Licensed professional guide
  • Road transport (Islamabad to Islamabad)
  • Hotel accommodation according to itinerary
  • Hotel meals according to itinerary
  • Support staff (assistant(s) etc – according to need)

Foreign travelers (non-Pakistani)

  • Travel Insurance (recommendations only)
  • Visa to Pakistan (supporting documents will be offered)
  • International airfare
  • Personal equipment (clothes, boots, etc)
  • Tips for guides, porters, staff, etc
  • Miscellaneous (drinks, phone calls, laundry, souvenirs, etc.)

Domestic travelers (Pakistani Nationals)

  • Airport transfers in Islamabad (can be arranged – additional charges)
  • Sightseeing in Islamabad and surrounding areas (can be arranged – additional charges)
  • Hotel accommodation in Islamabad (can be arranged – additional charges)
  • Hotel meals in Islamabad (can be arranged – additional charges)
  • Travel insurance (recommendations can be requested)
  • Visa to Pakistan (not required)
  • International airfare for overseas Pakistani
  • Personal equipment (warm clothes, boots, etc)

Highlights – Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer has a lot to offer. Given below are the main highlights of Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

  • Experience the  culture  of ethnic minority communities of  Hunza
  • Participate and dance to the tunes of  Hunza drums
  • Enjoy  Hunzai  and  Pakistani cuisine
  • Opportunity to interact with Hunza's community members including men, women, and children
  • View of hundreds of  peaks  including  Rakaposhi  (7,708m)  Passu Sar  (7,478m) and  Ultar Sar  (7,388m) in the  Karakoram Range
  • Rivers  (Hunza, Nagar, Gilgit, Indus, Kunhar), tributaries and streams
  • Babusar Pass  (4,173m),  Khunjerab Pass  (4,733m) and  Attabad tunnel  (7km)
  • Valleys  of northern Pakistan including  Hunza, Nagar, Naltar, Besham/Kaghan Naran,  etc
  • Lakes  including Attabad, Lulusar, Borith, Shandur, Khalti, Phandar and Batura
  • Glaciers  including Bualtar, Passu, Batura, and Hussaini, etc
  • Khunjerab National Park
  • Sightseeing of forts ( Altit  and  Baltit )
  • Bazaars  of Karimabad, Aliabad and Naran
  • Experience the  culture  of the ethnic minority community of  Kalash
  • Participate and dance to the tunes of  Kalasha music
  • Enjoy Kalasha and Pakistani  cuisine
  • Hear  stories  from Kalasha community members including men and women
  • Juniper, Oak, and Pine  forests  in Kalash
  • View of hundreds of  peaks  including  Tirich Mir  (7,708m) in the  Hindukush Range
  • Rivers  (Kunar, Dir, Chitral), tributaries and streams
  • Malakand pass, Lowari Pass  (3,118 m) or  Lowari Tunnel  (10.4 kms)
  • Valleys  of Khyber including Dir, Chitral, and Kalash
  • Views of  forts  (Malakand, Nagar, Ayun & Chitral) and  Mosques  (Shahi Masjid)
  • Churchil Picket, Malakand
  • Sightseeing in  Islamabad  &  Rawalpindi
  • Make new  friends
  • Discounted  culture travel

Itinerary – Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

The itinerary for our holiday is given below.

Day 01: Start our Tour from Islamabad

Today's tour begins in Islamabad, also known as the "City of Islam," Pakistan's capital. The political and economic centre of the nation, it took Karachi's place in 1967. The Margalla Hills serve as a lovely background for this metropolis where the old and the new coexist. Modern structures and shopping centres can be found along leafy green boulevards, which are also interspersed with historic homes and mosques. We have the opportunity to visit some of Islamabad's well-known attractions after checking into our rooms, which are available from 14:00 or possibly earlier. These include the Faisal Mosque, the largest in South East Asia and one of the largest mosques in the world, which can hold up to 100,000 worshippers at a time. We'll also set aside some time to visit the Lok Virsa Museum, Pakistan's first official state museum of ethnology, which showcases the astonishing diversity of the nation's current living cultures. On the northern side of the city, in a hilltop garden called Daman-koh, we will also see the Pakistan Monument and enjoy the views of the city.

Day 02: Drive to Naran from Islamabad

We leave early this morning for our lengthy trip through the Kaghan Valley to the north, stopping for lunch along the way, and then spending the overnight at the hotel in Naran. It will take six to seven hours to get there.

Day 03: Hike to Fairy Meadows (about 4173m)

We will continue our early-morning journey today by driving through the wooded Kaghan Valley, across the breathtaking Babusa Pass, down to the Karakoram Highway (KKH), and then on to Raikot Bridge. After switching to jeeps, we'll make the brief but extremely dramatic drive to the road head and then hike up to the Fairy Meadows bungalows. It should take about three hours to complete the moderate mountain trail trek. The 8,100-meter peak and massif known as Nanga Parbat, also known as Naked Mountain, which marks the western terminus of the Himalayas, will be visible to us. Here, we'll spend the night in one of the charming log cabins, each with a commanding view of the enormous mountain. One of the most magical places on earth, this is.

Day 04: Hike to Fairy Meadows (3300 approx)

We travel to the Beyal Camp today and back through the forested foothills of the massif. As opposed to running straight up, this will not be too taxing, but it will be breathtaking. The meadows, a beautiful spot to unwind, are available to anyone seeking a more leisurely experience. We'll eat lunch at a nearby campground before heading back to the cabins for dinner.

Day 05: Fairy Meadows - Drive to Astore (about 3300m)

We'll walk back to the road head this morning after a leisurely breakfast, pick up the jeeps, and rejoin the KKH. After driving for a few more hours, we'll cross the Indus and continue on to Astore, where we'll spend the night.

Day 06: Drive to Deosai Plateau then Skardu (4100m approx)

We'll drive a short distance to Rama Lake following an early breakfast before continuing on to the magnificent Deosai Plateau National Park. At this time of year, the plateau is a gorgeous 4,000m-high natural habitat with a variety of wild flowers. Before moving on to Skardu, we'll savor a sumptuous picnic lunch with views of the Himalayas.

Day 07: Drive to Khaplu

The old bazaar will be our first stop this morning before we leave to view the Manthal Buddha rock carving outside of Skardu. After that, we'll travel to Khaplu where we'll stay in one of the most exquisite heritage hotels in the entire subcontinent, which will be a true treat. The Aga Khan Cultural Development Trust recently converted this into a communal initiative.

Day 08: Drive to Hushe Valley - Khaplu (3050m approx)

As we follow the Shyok and Hushe Rivers into the heart of the Karakoram today, the journey continues. The Shyok and Hushe rivers carve a magnificent path into this easternmost region of Baltistan, draining a vast area of the eastern Karakoram, much of which is now in India. We'll travel up the Hushe Valley where we can stop at the isolated Baleygon school that is supported by our foundation. In Marzigone, where the beautiful 7,000-meter Mashabrum Mountain stands sentry, we will travel farther up the valley from here. We'll head back to Khaplu in the late afternoon while the sun is sinking.

Day 09: Drive to Gilgit

We'll travel to Gilgit by car today for the entire day. This route is quite spectacular as it largely follows the Indus River. After stopping for lunch en route, we'll travel until early evening before reaching Gilgit.

Day 10: Sightseeing in Gilgit then Drive to Hunza

This morning, we have the chance to explore this traditional frontier hamlet, which was formerly thought of as the empire's furthest outpost. Before taking the KKH north to Karimabad in the renowned Hunza Valley, we will visit the bazaar and the Christian cemetery. Even more so when you turn a corner and witness Mount Rakaposhi's colossal form lounging in the sun next to the road. We know we use a lot of superlatives, but this trip truly is epic. Before continuing on to Hunza, we will stop for lunch en route at the Rakaposhi View Restaurant. Before moving on to our hotel, which is located in a spectacular location at 2,850 metres above sea level and 500 metres above the valley floor with panoramic views of five 7,000-meter peaks, we will have the chance to explore the relaxed little town of Karimabad and admire the mountains that surround it upon arrival.

Day 11: Drive to Attabad Lake via Karakoram Highway - Hunza

Wake up at around 5:30 in the morning to observe the pinking of Rakaposhi's flamingo peak by the rising sun. In order to see the Hoper Glacier, we will first go to the opposite side of the valley after breakfast. We'll next stop for lunch in a charming garden café before continuing on the KKH for another hour and a half to explore the recently constructed lake at Attabad. A significant landslip blocked the Hunza River in January 2010, submerging 28 kilometers of the KKH and creating a stunning lake of turquoise water. We stop by a carpet weaving studio managed by warm and welcoming Wakhi ladies in Gulmit. Later, as we go further north, we stop at the fifth-longest glacier in the world, Batura Glacier, where we can take in the breathtaking views of the Passu Cones, the white Passu Glacier, and other peaks over 7000 metres. The late afternoon finds us travelling back to Karimabad.

Day 12: Explore Hunza

After breakfast, we tour the renowned Baltit Fort, which the Aga Khan Trust for Culture has rebuilt. Currently, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, we'll get lunch in town. Those who desire can take a stroll along Karimabad's waterways in the afternoon before shopping at the nearby shops, where there will be plenty to choose from. The greatest coffee and walnut cake in town are served at Café De Hunza.

Day 13: Drive to Gilgit then Ghizer Valley

We will travel to the Ghizer Valley from Gilgit after breakfast and return afterward. It is once more a breathtaking journey across some of northern Pakistan's most spectacular terrain. Following the path of the Ghizer River, we go on to the Ghizer Valley, where the water is colored and there is a lovely view of greenery and trees.

Day 14: Drive to Mastuj from Ghizer Valley (approx 2800m)

As we go through the Phander and Laspur valleys and cross the Shandur Pass, today's drive is likely the most breathtaking of the entire trip. At the top of the pass, at 3,800 meters, we make a tea stop. The top teams from Gilgit and Chitral compete there in frantic, violent bouts on the highest polo pitch in the world. The beautiful reflections of the surrounding lofty Hindu Kush mountains are what make the nearby Shandur Lake so well-known. We'll have a delicious picnic lunch on The Langer, a lovely plain where yaks and dzos graze, and then continue on to Mastuj, where we'll spend the night.

Day 15: Drive to Chitral (approx 3800m)

We'll take a quick walk up to the main road after breakfast to get a better look at the Tirich Mir Peak. We can also make out the Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan, which is located at the top of the Yarkhun Valley. We wind our way along the Mastuj Valley, passing Tirich Mir and Boni Zong, in another stunning and captivating journey. We'll continue on to Chitral National Park in the late afternoon to witness the markhor, a type of mountain antelope that snow leopards prefer to feed upon, before checking into our charming neighborhood hotel and enjoying dinner.

Day 16: Drive to Kalash Valley

After breakfast, we'll drive into the picturesque Kalash region of Rumbor Valley and the village of Balanguru. The trip takes around two hours, but if everyone wants, we may walk the final few miles through the breathtaking valley. Following lunch, we'll gather with the Kalash and go for walks about the community or travel further to see some of our friends in Grum or Kalashagrum.

Day 17: Explore Kalash Valley

Today we make the most of our time by exploring the valley on foot in order to take in the local scenery and warmth. We might be able to go on a stroll this morning toward the Afghan border to check out several tiny communities. After returning to Balanguru for lunch, those who want to go on another stroll around the valley to learn more about the Kalash way of life can do so. These strolls are optional; otherwise, you might spend the afternoon lounging around the village.

Day 18: Drive to Ayun Valley

Today, we'll travel to Ayun. We may take some time to explore his magnificent garden and go on some lovely village strolls in the neighborhood.

Day 19: Drive to Islamabad

We'll go very early this morning to make the final breathtaking trip over the Lowari Tunnel and the border crossing into Islamabad. We will not get to our hotel in Islamabad until the evening for a well-earned relaxation after a busy day of driving.

Day 20: Drive to Taxila, then back to Islamabad

Today will begin leisurely before we travel a short distance to Taxila, a remarkable Buddhist university town that dates back to Alexander the Great's Gandharan era. After that, we'll head back to Islamabad for a final round of shopping and our farewell meal.

Day 21: The tour comes to a close in Islamabad

After breakfast today, the excursion comes to a close in Islamabad.

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1. Early Bird Discount:  The given prices for the holiday are limited-time discount offers and are subject to change.  Service providers  including (but not limited) to airlines and hotels  increase prices  in peak-season. Early reservations cost less than peak-season. 

2: Limited Space in Peak Months:  The peak months in the peak season attract the highest number of international guests and are therefore sold out earlier. Due to our revised  Covid-19 guidelines,  we have restricted our group size to a maximum of 12 travelers. We are taking registrations on a  "first-come, first-served"  basis.

3. Pay Balance after arrival in Pakistan:  In these unusual times, we appreciate that paying the final balance for your trip may cause concern. Our policy is to only receive your final balance once you arrive in Pakistan. The only payment before arrival is the deposit.

4. Deposit valid for 3 years:  We understand the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic (Covid-19). As part of our  relaxed booking conditions  following Covid-19, deposits are valid for 3 years. 

5. Pay Minimum Deposit:  The deposits for the holiday are also  early-bird discounts  and automatically change accordingly:

  • 1st October: USD 110
  • 1st November: USD 150
  • 1st January: USD 180
  • 1st March: USD 260
  • 1st May: USD 340

Note:  The same dates above apply to next season's deposits.

Deposit (Advance) for Pakistani nationals

The deposit for Pakistani nationals is PKR 40,000 or 30% of the total price, whichever is greater. The deposit is non-refundable but valid for 3 years according to our  relaxed booking conditions  following Covid-19.

Refund Policy for All

Deposit:  Once paid, the deposit is non-refundable (but valid for 3 years) as it will be spent on making in-country arrangements. In the case of visa rejection, a refund/partial-refund (if costs incurred) will be considered. In such cases, a valid proof of visa rejection must be submitted to our office within 72 hours of rejection. For Pakistan nationals, the deposit is non-refundable (but valid for 3 years) in all cases.

Balance:  Pay the balance only after arrival in Pakistan on the first day. Payment guidelines will be shared timely.

All international travelers can pay in US Dollars  (USD)  or equivalent in Euros  (EUR)  or Pound Sterling  (GBP) . Pakistani travelers are charged the equivalent in Pakistani Rupees  (PKR) .

Single Supplement

Separate accommodation  (single supplement) will cost an  additional USD 523.  This includes all nights. This payment should be made with the balance upon arrival in Pakistan.

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Overview – Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

Since we’ve been organizing excursions here for more than twenty years, we are familiar with the political difficulties of visiting this interesting nation, and the security of our visitors has always come first. Despite the unfavorable pictures that the media has portrayed, we think that parts of Pakistan, particularly those near the northern highlands, represent little to no threat given the current weather.

This trip gives you everything from fascinating historical sites and fascinating cultural attractions to breathtaking natural scenery. From the plains through the mountains of the north, the Babusa Pass and Kaghan Valley to the high-altitude Deosai Plateau, the surreal landscapes of Skardu to the imposing Nanga Parbat at Fairy Meadows, and majestic Rakaposhi in Hunza, the forts of Baltit, Mastuj, and Chitral to the otherworldly valleys of the Kalash

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If I had to name my favorite country in the world, that would be Pakistan.

Home to staggering and unspoiled landscapes, Pakistan is the only country where you find the three highest mountain ranges in the world, the Himalayas, the Karakoram and the Hindu Kush.

From trekking to glaciers, reaching the Nanga Parbat base camp or just relaxing in alpine lakes, in this tour, we will explore the most gorgeous northern valleys, including the off-the-beaten-track and barely visited regions of Shimshal and Astore.

Nevertheless, Pakistan is also known for its beautiful, welcoming, and charming people, some of the most hospitable people I have ever met during my travels, so this tour will also have a strong focus on learning about the local community.

The tour will take place during one of the best months for visiting Pakistan , right after Ramadan and just before the summer months, when the valleys are beautifully green, yet free of crowds.

August 13th to 26th, 2023

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Day 1 – Arrival in Islamabad Day 2 – Driving the Karakoram Highway to Chilas Day 3 – Driving the Karakoram Highway to Gulmit Day 4 – Trekking around Gulmit Day 5 – Passu and Shimshal Day 6 – Trekking to Yazghil glacier in Shimshal Day 7 – Attabad Lake and Karimabad

Day 8 – Explore Karimabad

Day 9 – Driving to Tarishing

Day 10 – Trekking to Nanga Parbat base camp

Day 11 – Trekking to Rama Lake

Day 12 – Driving to Chillas

Day 13 – Driving to Islamabad

Day 14 – Departure

Day 1 – arrival in islamabad.

Day 1 is the arrival day in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan.

We will spend the day picking you up from the airport and checking in at the hotel.

In the evening, we will invite you for a welcome dinner at Monal Restaurant, one of the most popular restaurants in town, serving high-quality Pakistani food.

Faisal Mosque

Day 2 – Driving to Chilas through the Karakoram Highway

The drive between Islamabad and Gilgit Baltistan is a 600-kilometer ride over an entangled road, not feasible to do it in one day, so we will stop and spend the night in Chilas, a small town along the Karakoram , where we will get our first glimpse of the local life in this part of Pakistan.

The whole journey from Islamabad to Chilas takes around 12 hours, with breaks and checkpoints included.

The drive is very scenic and of course, we will be stopping for pictures and stretching our legs when needed, like in Lulusar Lake.

The Karakoram Highway

Day 3 – Driving to Gulmit

We will continue our journey through the Karakoram Highway towards Gulmit.

Located in the heart of Hunza, Gulmit is a picturesque village located in a jaw-dropping area of Gilgit-Baltistan, surrounded by absolutely outstanding mountains and perhaps, the most welcoming village in the country.

In Gulmit, the local communities have been doing a tremendous effort in attracting tourism, making it the most charming place to visit in Pakistan .

Overnight in Gulmit.

The Karakoram Highway

Day 4 – Full day in Gulmit

We will spend the day exploring Gulmit and its surroundings, focusing on the local culture, including visiting a women-run carpet workshop and having lunch in a local house.

In the afternoon, we will trek to Ondra Polygah for the best views of the valley.

Gulmit, Pakistan

Day 5 – Hussaini bridge and Shimshal

Day 5 is among traveler’s favorites.

Early in the morning, we will head for Shimshal, not without first stopping at Hussaini bridge, a vertiginous, suspension bridge.

We will cross it over and do the trek to the village of Passu. Those who don’t wish to trek can just hang out in Passu, which is pretty stunning by the way.

After lunch, we will head for Shimshal.

Overnight in Shimshal.

Hussaini Bridge, Pakistan

Day 6 – Trekking to Yazghil glacier

Shimshal is the highest settlement in Hunza, and one of the less visited areas in the country.

Needless to say, the valley is obviously gorgeous and early in the morning, we will hike to Yazghil glacier, a 20-kilometer trek.

We will have lunch overlooking the magnificent glacier before heading back to the village and enjoying our time with the local people there.

Yazghil glacier

Day 7 – Attabad Lake and drive to Karimabad

We will say goodbye to Shimshal and head for Karimabad.

On the way, however, there are many places to stop by, we can keep it flexible, but the best is to stop at Attabad Lake for a picnic lunch and relaxing afternoon.

Karimabad is the largest settlement in Hunza, a proper town with comfortable accommodations and facilities, and wehere we might even get the chance to have a cold beer!


Day 8 – Karimabad

Time to relax!

After several days in the mountains, Karimabad feels like a big city but it’s more like a small town home to some pretty cool forts and amazing scenery, besides a pretty lively local market.

We will visit all of that and finish the day over a few beers.

Overnight in Karimabad.

Baltit Fort, Karimabad

Day 9 – Tarishing

This is the most beautiful and epic drive of the whole trip, where we will try to reach Tarishing, a small settlement located at the base of Nanga Parbat, an 8,100-meter peak that belongs to the Himalayan range.

Overnight in Tarishing.


Day 10 – Nanga Parbat base camp

Have you ever watched the Brad Pitt-starred movie 7 Years in Tibet ? Well, the mountain they try to climb at the beginning of the movie is Nanga Parbat itself and on day 10, we will reach the base camp.

Translating into Killer Mountain , Nanga Parbat is one of the most difficult mountains to climb in the world, but the base camp is quite accessible and can be reached in a few hours.

Picnic lunch in Nanga Parbat base camp before heading back to Tarishing.

Nanga Parbat base camp

Day 11 – Astore Valley

For me, this is the best place in all of Pakistan, a mesmerizing, off-the-beaten-track area of Pakistan, filled with remote mountain settlements and jaw-dropping nature.

We will spend the day visiting lovely villages, as well as Rama Lake.

Overnight in Astore.

Astore Valley

This will our last day in the mountains so, we will take out time, enjoying breakfast and the beautiful Himalayan range, before heading down to Chilas, slowly, enjoying one last time of the scenery.

The roads in Astore

Day 13 – Chilas to Islamabad

In the morning, we will drive back slowly to Islamabad.

After breakfast, we will take care of your transfer to Islamabad airport.

Airport transfers in Islamabad

13 nights of accommodation (twin shared) in hotels mentioned in FAQ

Letter of Invitation (needed for the visa)

Private coaster and Jeeps (when needed) with experienced driver across Pakistan

All meals, including dinner in a fancy restaurant on arrival day + breakfast on departure day

Clearance for all checkpoints

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Entrance fees, cultural activities and guided tours to all places listed in the itinerary

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Visa fees (from $35 to $60, depending on nationality).

Alcoholic drinks or any extra drink

Single supplement. Having your own private room for 13 nights costs 350€

Which hotels do we stay?

These are the hotels we always stay in – subject to availability .

All are relatively comfortable hotels and lodges with private rooms and attached toilets, usually the best available option in the region we visit.

  • Islamabad: Grand Hotel Islamabad
  • Chilas: Shangrila Hotel Chilas
  • Gulmit: Hunza Marco Polo Inn
  • Shimshal: Shimshal Tourist Lodge
  • Karimabad: Mountain Story Aliabad
  • Tarishing: Nanga Parbat Tourist Cottage

How does the room distribution work?

Price of the tour includes accommodation in a twin room.

If you are a solo traveler, you will be sharing the room with another like-minded traveler from the group. We always try to group people of same gender and age together but note that this won’t always be the case. Moreover, in the hypothetical case there weren’t perfect pairs, one of the rooms would be a triple room.

If you wanted to have your own single room, you will have to pay an additional €350.

How to get a visa?

With our Letter of Invitation, you’ll be able to apply for a Pakistan tourist visa online.

It’s recommended to start applying 2 months in advance.

Which nationalities can join this tour?

Pretty much all nationalities.

Is this tour for everyone?

As mentioned, in the mountain areas, we always stay in the best available accommodation. However, note those areas of Pakistan are so remote that even the best possible accommodation can be an issue for some, since electricity and running water might not always be reliable.

Moreover, we always try to eat in the cleanest places but note that hygiene standards in Pakistan are poor and many travelers get sick due to the food they eat outside of the hotels we stay.

Nevertheless, if you are keen to have the most epic adventure and are flexible when it comes to tourist facilities, you are welcome to join this tour!

What’s the best way to reach Islamabad?

Islamabad has an international airport with plenty of connections with Dubai, Istanbul, Doha, Abu Dhabi and even London.

Can I fly to Lahore instead?

If you want to visit the cultural capital of Lahore, I recommend flying there, yes, and then you can take a bus to Islamabad (around 5 hours).

Is it safe?

Nowadays, Pakistan is quite safe , especially in the northern areas.

How many people will attend this tour?

We limit our tours to a maximum of 12-14 people.

Are there ATMs in Pakistan?

You can find ATMs in Islamabad better to bring cash for the northern areas.

Exchanging money: which currencies do they accept?

Both € and $ can be easily exchanged for Pakistani rupees.

Is there a lot of trekking involved in this tour?

We don’t do anything extreme, only day treks, which can be relatively easy for someone in good shape.

How does payment work?

In order to secure your spot on the tour, we require a deposit.

All details will be shared upon booking your spot.

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Either you are joining one of our trips, or you are traveling by yourself, you might want to look for proper travel insurance. Against the Compass has been a partner with IATI for several years already, recommending it to all readers, as well as covering all Joan Torres’ personal trips.

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1. Tourist Attractions In Punjab

Those who want to explore Punjab and want to emerge in the Punjabi culture, Lahore walled city is first of all the main recommendation for them. However, there are several other historical places such as Badshahi Masjid, Lahore fort, Shalamar Bagh, and some options are also available. Find out the best lahore tour packages today to make your dream to explore Lahore possible. Get  Lahore packages.

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Those who are looking for the cheapest 2024 world tour packages or are in search of the countries that are offered Pakistanis an easy or free visa are advised to search for some Asian countries. Among the Asian countries, the country that offers wonderful sights to explore at a reasonable cost is the Maldives. The Maldives is also the best recommendation for honeymoon tour packages. You are suggested to find the best Maldives honeymoon packages   here.

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What is the cost of a world tour package?

The cost of the world tour package depends upon the destination. If you are going to travel to the countries that offer free entry, they are comparatively cheaper than the rest of the destinations.

What type of clothes should I pack for a world tour?

Your dress code also depends on the destination. If you are on summer vacations to spend on the beaches, then you can carry normal summer clothes such as shorts and t-shirts with you. However, for low-temperature destinations, it is recommended to carry warm clothes with you.

What is the best time for a world tour?

The best time for you to travel on normal days. Because during special days such as New Year and some other special events, you will get expensive flights and expensive tour packages.

How much does it cost for a Pakistan tour?

The cost depends upon the nature of the tour. You are offered a general idea that if you are going to explore the main northern areas of Pakistan, then for a single person, the travel cost is around PKR 20,000/-.

What is the best time to visit the northern areas of Pakistan?

In the summer season, you can visit between May and July. However, for the winter season, the best time to visit is between September and November.

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Skardu Valley serves as the entry gate to the world’s highest peaks, including the renowned K2 (the second-highest peak), Broad Peak, Gasherbrum 1, Gasherbrum 2, and Masherbrum. This region is also home to the awe-inspiring Concordia, where the Godwin Austin glaciers and the massive Baltoro glacier meet. The summer season, extending from May to August offers the ideal time for trekking and thrilling adventure expeditions in the Skardu region. Baltistan, encompassing valleys such as Shigar, Kharmang, Rondu, Bashu, and Kachura, is a land of captivating lakes, including Sadpara, and is infused with a blend of Tibetan culture and the traditions of the Kashmiri dialect. While summer unveils the true beauty of these areas, the months of March and April bring a delightful blossom season. Easy accessibility allows visitors to witness the mesmerizing blossoms in Shigar, Khaplu, Rondu, Kachura, and Souq Valley. Moreover, some of the Skardu itineraries fall under the category of affordable tour packages from Pakistan. Now is the perfect time to book your custom Skardu Valley tour package, as we offer amazing discounts and hassle-free services with flexible payment terms. As reliable tour operators in Pakistan, we ensure a seamless and unforgettable travel experience for our clients. Immerse yourself in the majestic peaks, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant culture of Skardu Valley with our expertly crafted Pakistan tours. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity! Plan your Skardu Valley adventure today and embark on a journey that will leave you with lifelong memories. Book your Pakistan tour now and let us take care of all the details for you.

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Naran Kaghan Valley is a romantic destination that captivates Pakistani tourists with its serene mountains and peaceful ambiance. The valley, accessible only from May to late September, offers a delightful escape from the scorching heat experienced throughout Pakistan during the summer months. Here, you can enjoy cool weather with temperatures hovering around a pleasant 20 degrees Celsius while the rest of the country swelters. Naran Kaghan Valley is a treasure trove of attractions, including the famous Saiful Malook Lake, Lulusar Lake, Jharkhand, Babusar Top, and various adventurous trekking trails. In winter, Naran is blessed with a magical blanket of snow, transforming it into a winter wonderland. However, it’s important to note that the roads are closed from October to mid-April due to heavy snowfall and glacier activity. While efforts have been made by the government to improve infrastructure, further work is needed to enhance accessibility. During the summer season, Naran Kaghan Tour Packages are a popular choice for families seeking respite from the heat and a chance to immerse themselves in the valley’s natural splendor. These packages offer a comprehensive experience, allowing visitors to explore the breathtaking landscapes, indulge in outdoor activities, and create lasting memories with their loved ones. Book the Naran Kaghan Tour    with the best travel agency in Pakistan

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Most of the travel in northern Pakistan is by car. So reliable driver & car is utmost necessary. We would provide you with drivers who have been working in the mountains for various years. Moreover, we use well-conditioned vehicles in urban centres to mountain terrains. Most importantly, we try to use the latest models to have a comfortable ride. with paktours.

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Well, you read it right! We offer mind-blowing customer support. Here, our process is fairly simple. We dedicate team members to each tour who remain in touch with our clients throughout the tour. As you know, there is always slight adjustment in such remote areas.

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The tourism industry always needs good hotels & resorts. So, in the last few years, new hotels have been popping up. So, we present you with suitable resorts in such mountains. Such properties do offer you time to relax & unwind.

Embarking on a tour of Pakistan is an exciting adventure, and having a reliable guide by your side can enhance your experience and ensure a smooth journey. Here are some key qualities to look for when seeking the best guide for your Pakistan tour.

Why are Northern areas of Pakistan famous?

Pakistan stands as one of the most diverse countries in the world, offering a wealth of attractions to its tourist community. From its incredible weather and vast plains to its gigantic mountains and deep seas, Pakistan boasts a wide range of experiences for visitors.

  • Trek to Fairy Meadows Tour
  • Nanga Parbat Trekking Tour
  • K2 Expeditions via Concordia Base Camp
  • K2 gondo goro la trek
  • Ultar meadows trekking tour
  • Rakaposhi Trek in Nagar Valley
  • Masroor Peak Trek in Skardu
  • Rush Peak Trek in Nagar
  • Passu Glacier Borith Lake Trek
  • Patun Das Trek in Passu Valley
  • Batura Glacier Trek in upper Hunza
  • Kel to Arrang Kel Trek – Most famous in Neelum Valley
  • Chita Khata Lake Trek
  • Karambar Lake Trek in Broghil Valley
  • Snow Lake Trek
  • Haramosh lake Trek
  • Ayun Valley Trek
  • Tirch mir Trek in Chitral Valley

In addition, if you want to climb, we have around 5 Peaks over 8000 meters in Pakistan. Further, there are around 100s of peaks over 7000 and countless peaks of 6000-meter elevation. 

No matter the time of the year you visit Pakistan’s Northern Areas, you will always find it incredible. Enjoy the festivals in northern areas; each part of the north has its celebration from time to time. 

There are summer festivals in Chitral and sports events like the polo festival at the world’s highest polo ground Shandur. Also, a skiing festival happens in Malam Jabba, Swat, where you can enjoy these activities with our signature services. 

We also offer camping tours. So hurry up! You can go rafting, camping, bonfire, trout fishing, and much more with friends and family. Especially in Mahodand Lake, Swat, where it offers such opportunities to chill. 

Popular Adventure Travel Destinations in Pakistan

Are you ready for a thrilling adventure that will get your adrenaline pumping? From rock climbing to rafting, diving, skiing, skydiving, horse riding, and cycling, we offer a wide range of exciting activities to keep you entertained and engaged throughout your stay.

Our adventure tour packages are carefully curated to provide you with exhilarating experiences that will push you beyond your comfort zone and allow you to embrace the thrill of taking risks. We believe in creating opportunities for you to embark on daring adventures that will leave you with unforgettable memories in pakistan tours.

Famous adventure Travels in Pakistan?

Hunza Valley: Known for its stunning landscapes and towering peaks, Hunza Valley offers a range of adventure activities such as trekking, rock climbing, and mountaineering. The picturesque beauty of the valley combined with thrilling adventures makes it a popular choice among adventure enthusiasts.

Skardu : Nestled amidst the Karakoram Range, Skardu is a paradise for adventure seekers. It offers opportunities for trekking, camping, and hiking amidst breathtaking mountain scenery. The region is also known for its world-famous treks like K2 Base Camp and Baltoro Glacier.

Swat Valley : Swat Valley is a hidden gem for adventure travel in Pakistan. It offers activities like white-water rafting, paragliding, and jeep safaris, allowing visitors to experience the thrill of outdoor adventures amidst lush green valleys and crystal-clear streams.

Chitral: Located in the Hindukush Range, Chitral is renowned for its rugged terrain and adventurous treks. It is a popular destination for mountaineering, skiing, and river rafting. The scenic beauty and cultural richness of Chitral add to the overall adventure experience.

Neelum Valley: Situated in Azad Kashmir, Neelum Valley is known for its stunning landscapes and thrilling adventures. Visitors can indulge in activities like hiking, camping, and trout fishing while enjoying the serene beauty of the valley and its gushing waterfalls.

Kalash Valley: Kalash Valley offers a unique adventure experience with its vibrant culture and rich history. Trekking through the scenic valleys and interacting with the indigenous Kalash people provide an enriching and adventurous journey.

Gilgit-Baltistan: This region is a treasure trove of adventure opportunities. From trekking to peak climbing, river rafting to skiing, and exploring remote valleys to experiencing the world’s highest paved road, the Karakoram Highway, Gilgit-Baltistan has it all.

The Most Renowned Cultural Retreat in Pakistan Discover the Vibrant Charm

Lahore Fort and Shalimar Gardens: These UNESCO World Heritage Sites are iconic landmarks of Lahore. The Lahore Fort, also known as Shahi Qila, dates back to the Mughal era and exhibits stunning architecture and intricate designs. Shalimar Gardens, built during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan, are renowned for their lush greenery and beautiful water fountains.

Badshahi Mosque: One of the largest mosques in the world, Badshahi Mosque is a masterpiece of Mughal architecture. Its grandeur and exquisite craftsmanship leave visitors in awe. The mosque is a significant religious and cultural symbol in Lahore.

Walled City of Lahore: The old city of Lahore, surrounded by ancient walls, is a treasure trove of cultural gems. Inside the Walled City, you can explore narrow winding streets, bustling bazaars, historic buildings, and traditional food stalls, immersing yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the city.

Museums and Art Galleries : Lahore is home to several museums and art galleries that preserve and showcase the cultural heritage of Pakistan. The Lahore Museum houses a vast collection of artifacts, including Gandhara art, Islamic calligraphy, and Mughal-era relics. The National Museum of Pakistan and the Fakir Khana Museum are also worth visiting.

Cultural Festivals: Lahore hosts vibrant cultural festivals throughout the year, attracting both locals and tourists. The renowned Lahore Literature Festival celebrates literature and arts, while the Basant Festival marks the arrival of spring with kite flying and music. The annual Urs of Data Ganj Bakhsh, a Sufi shrine, is a spiritual and cultural event drawing devotees from all over the country.

Food Street and Traditional Cuisine: The lively Food Street in Lahore’s old city is a culinary delight for food enthusiasts. Here, you can savor traditional Pakistani dishes and street food, including mouthwatering kebabs, biryanis, and sweets.

The Geographical Landscape of Pakistan:

The geography of Pakistan is a blend of landscapes varying from plains to deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus ranging from the coastal areas of the Arabian Sea in the south to the high mountains of central Asia in the north. The Himalayas and Karakorams are the world’s newest mountains formed as a result of a collision between the Indian geological plate and the Asian plate. The Karakoram Range is about 500 km in length and the most heavily glaciated part of the world outside the polar region. Pakistan has the densest concentration of high mountains in the world with five peaks over 8,000 meters, including K2, the second-highest mountain on Earth. In the north of Pakistan, there is another great mountain range of the Hindu Kush which is 800 km long and stretches between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan. The highest point in the Hindu Kush is Tirich Mr (7,708 m) towering above the Chitral Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The mountain range separates Central Asia from South Asia. In the north of Pakistan, there is another great mountain range of the Hindu Kush which is 800 km long and stretches between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan. The highest point in the Hindu Kush is Tirich Mr (7,708 m) towering above the Chitral Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The mountain range separates Central Asia from South Asia, Pakistan Tour is offered by Pakistan Travel Guide. The Indus River is Pakistan’s lifeline and with its tributaries provide water for the largest irrigation system in the world. The Indus is 3,200 kilometers long and is the third-longest river in Asia. Rising in Tibet, it passes through Ladakh in northern India and enters Pakistan flowing northwestwards. The Indus separates the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, plunging through some of the world’s deepest gorges as it twists between the mountains until it finally finds an exit south to the plains of Punjab and Sindh. The Indus River is Pakistan’s lifeline and with it, tributaries provide water for the largest irrigation system in the world. The Indus is 3,200 kilometers long and is the third-longest river in Asia. Rising in Tibet, it passes through Ladakh in northern India and enters Pakistan flowing northwestwards. The Indus separates the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, plunging through some of the world’s deepest gorges as it twists between the mountains until it finally finds an exit south to the plains of Punjab and Sindh. According to a famous travel writer, ” Never let your memories be greater than your dreams. For me, Pakistan is such a destination which makes it possible….” Pakistan is blessed with four seasons, diverse culture, vivid colors, and romance that increases gradually. Pakistan is considered a Holy name as it’s named as which means pure land. Pakistan nestles in the valleys of the ever-evolving grand Karakorum ranges. The country is bordered by the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Neighboring countries are Afghanistan, India, Iran, and China. Pakistan had mighty mountains, adjacent points, and 3M junctions in the North with an incredible landscape. Pakistan is home to historical mosques, cold and hot deserts, natural caves, lakes, and palm-fringed beaches. Pakistan is a kaleidoscope where you will see men and women dressed up in an enchanting combination of bright and captivating colors. Pakistan has much to cater to every discerning tourist. The sheer diversity of culture, amazing landscapes, manmade historical monuments, and religious places make Pakistan a famous holiday destination in the world. Pakistan is a country located in South Asia and is known for its diverse culture, rich history, and beautiful landscapes. The country is home to the Himalayas, the Karakoram mountain range, and the Indus River, as well as a variety of historical sites and cultural landmarks. Tourism in Pakistan has been on the rise in recent years, but it is still considered a relatively low-key destination. When planning a trip to Pakistan, it is important to be aware of local customs and laws, as well as current political conditions. Visitors should also be prepared for the fact that infrastructure and facilities may not be as well-developed as in other countries. The best time to visit Pakistan depend on where you’re planning to go. The best time to visit the northern regions such as Gilgit-Baltistan, Swat, and Kalash Valley is during the summer months between May and September. During the winter, these regions can become very cold and difficult to navigate. The best time to visit the southern regions such as Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad is between October and March. Some of the must-see destinations in Pakistan include the ancient ruins of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, the Himalayas and Karakoram mountain ranges, the Hunza Valley, and the historic city of Lahore. Visitors should also consider taking a trip to the northern areas of the country, such as the region of Gilgit-Baltistan. It is a place of picturesque landscapes and culture. Tourists are also required to have a visa before entering Pakistan and It is recommended to have travel insurance before travelling. It is recommended to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings at all times. Visitors should also be prepared for the fact that infrastructure and facilities may not be as well-developed as in other countries. In Pakistan Tour Packages now you can enjoy the adventure sports like Paragliding, Parasailing, Cycling, and rafting, have a look at our latest Pakistan tours and book your travel packages or just call on our toll-free number.

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Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

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Pakistan is a country close to our hearts… and for good reason. Home to some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world, thriving cities, colourful markets and warm hospitality, a trip to this part of the world is bound to excite even the worldliest travellers.

Having run trips here for more than twenty years, we understand the political complexities of travelling to this fascinating country and our paramount consideration has always been the safety of our clients. Despite the ...

Having run trips here for more than twenty years, we understand the political complexities of travelling to this fascinating country and our paramount consideration has always been the safety of our clients. Despite the negative images painted by the press, we believe that areas in Pakistan – particularly around the mountains of the north - pose little or no danger within the current climate.

On this tour you’ll get to see it all as you travel on an in-depth journey from the plains through the mountains of the north; the Babusa Pass and Kaghan Valley to the high-altitude Deosai Plateau; the surreal landscapes of Skardu to the towering Nanga Parbat at Fairy Meadows and majestic Rakaposhi in Hunza; the forts of Baltit, Mastuj and Chitral to the otherworldly valleys of the Kalash – this is a trip that gives you everything from interesting historical sites and fascinating human culture - this is a trip that has it all.

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Local Prado or classic re-conditioned 1970s Willys jeeps between Chitral and Hunza; coasters everywhere else


Accommodation, entrance fees, fitness rating.

As an overall ethos, wherever possible we aim to use characterful accommodation that enhances the overall travel experience, not just offers a bed for the night. This can obviously vary dramatically from country to country and from trip to trip. On this trip, there is some varied accommodation including some excellent hotels, but on the whole it will be in small hotels and guesthouses with Western style bathrooms, and in Fairy Meadows lovely – if basic – log cabins. On the Shandur Polo festival departures camping equipment will be provided in the form of tents, a toilet tent and a mess tent.

Please note that the accommodation mentioned in the itinerary is intended as a guide only and is always subject to availability.

For security reasons we do not provide details of the hotels used on this trip but if you would like more information please contact the office.

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Individual departures may vary so please refer to the information in the tour specific links in the Dates and Prices section below

Pakistan: Summer Mountain Explorer

Day 1 Tour starts in Islamabad

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Today the tour starts in Islamabad, 'City of Islam', Pakistan's capital city. It replaced Karachi back in the 1967 and is now the political and commercial heart of the country. Situated against the lush backdrop of the Margalla Hills it is a city where old and new collide. Leafy green boulevards are home to modern buildings, and shopping malls, but also dotted with traditional homes and mosques. After checking in to our rooms, available from 14:00 or possibly earlier, we have the chance to visit some of the famous sights of Islamabad including the Faisal Mosque, the largest in South East Asia, and one of the largest mosques in the world, accommodating up to 100,000 worshippers at any one time. We will also take time to visit the Lok Virsa Museum, the first state museum of ethnology in Pakistan, representing the history and astounding diversity of country’s living traditions. We will also visit the Pakistan Monument and take in the views of the city from Daman-koh, a hilltop garden on the northern side of the city.

Day 2  Islamabad - Naran

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It is an early start this morning to make our long drive north, through the Kaghan Valley, stopping for lunch en route and then for the evening at the hotel in Naran. The journey will take about six to seven hours.

Day 3 Naran - Fairy Meadows (4173m approx)

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Departing early this morning we will continue through the forested Kaghan Valley and over the spectacular Babusa Pass, before driving down to the Karakoram Highway (KKH) and on to Raikot Bridge. Here we’ll transfer to jeeps for the short, but wildly dramatic, drive to the road head before walking up to the cabins at Fairy Meadows. The walk is of a moderate nature on a good mountain path and should take around 3 hours. We will enjoy the views of Nanga Parbat – or Naked Mountain (the 8,100m peak and massif that marks the western end of the Himalayas). Here we will stay in the rustic log cabins, all of which have commanding views of the great mountain. This is truly one of the most magical places on earth.

Day 4 In Fairy Meadows (3300m approx)

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Today we walk through the forested foothills of the massif to the Beyal Camp and back. This will not be too strenuous, as we will run along the contours rather than straight up, but it will be spectacular. Anyone wanting a more relaxed time can stay at the meadows, which is a lovely place to unwind. We will take lunch at a local camp and return to have dinner back at the cabins.

Day 5 Fairy Meadows - Astore (3300m approx)

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This morning after an early breakfast we’ll walk back to the road head, pick up the jeeps and re-join the KKH. We’ll drive for another couple of hours, before heading right over the Indus and on to Astore where we’ll stay for the night.

Day 6 Astore – Deosai Plateau - Skardu (4100m approx)

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After and early breakfast we’ll take a short drive to Rama Lake before continuing our journey to the amazing Deosai Plateau National Park. This plateau is a stunning 4,000m high wildlife wilderness complete with an array of wild flowers at this time of year. We’ll enjoy a hearty picnic lunch with views of the Himalayas before continuing on to Skardu.

Day 7 Skardu - Khaplu

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This morning we’ll visit the old bazaar, and then head out to see the Manthal Buddha rock carving just outside Skardu. After this we’ll drive to Khaplu for a real treat as we stay in one of the most wonderful heritage hotels in the whole subcontinent. This has been recently converted by the Aga Khan Cultural Development Trust and run as a community project.

Day 8 Khaplu - Hushe Valley - Khaplu (3050m approx)

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Today the adventure continues as we follow the Shyok and Hushe Rivers into the heart of the Karakoram. Draining an enormous area of the eastern Karakoram, much of which is now in India, the Shyok and Hushe rivers cut a spectacular trail into this eastern most part of Baltistan. We'll drive up the Hushe Valley, where we have the opportunity to visit our foundation-sponsored school in the remote village of Baleygon. From here we’ll continue further up the valley to Marzigone where we see the magnificent 7,000m Mashabrum Mountain standing sentinel ahead of us. In the late afternoon, as the sun is setting, we’ll return to Khaplu.

Day 9 Khaplu - Skardu - Gilgit

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Today we will take a day long drive to Gilgit. Following the Indus most of the way, this is a hugely impressive journey. We will take lunch along the way before arriving into Gilgit in the early evening.

Day 10 Gilgit - Hunza

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This morning we have a chance to take a look around this classic frontier town, once considered the furthest outpost of the empire. We will see the Christian graveyard and the bazaar, before heading north on the KKH to Karimabad in the famed Hunza valley. We know we use a lot of superlatives in this dossier but this trip really is epic, particularly as you round the corner and see the titanic form of Mount Rakaposhi basking in the sun, right beside the road. We will take lunch on the way – at the Rakaposhi View Restaurant – before continuing on to Hunza. On arrival we will have the chance to explore the laid back little town of Karimabad and admire the mountains that surround it before continuing on to our hotel which is situated in a spectacular location, 2,850m above sea level, and 500m above the valley floor with panoramic views of five 7,000m peaks!

Day 11 Hunza - Attabad Lake - Hunza

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Wake at around 5:30 to watch the rising sun turn the peak of Rakaposhi flamingo pink...optional of course! After breakfast we will first drive to the other side of the valley to take a look at the Hoper Glacier. After this we’ll have lunch in a pretty garden café before driving an hour and a half further up the KKH to visit the newly formed lake at Attabad. In January 2010 a massive landslide blocked the Hunza River, which submerged 28kms of the KKH by forming a beautiful azure lake. At Gulmit we visit a carpet weaving centre run by very friendly Wakhi women. A little later we drive further north up to Batura Glacier, the fifth longest in world, and enjoy the stunning views of Passu Cones, the white Passu Glacier, and a number of 7000m peaks. In the late afternoon we return to Karimabad.

Day 12 In Hunza

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After breakfast we visit the famous Baltit Fort, restored by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture to a fantastic standard. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Centre. We will then take lunch in town. In the afternoon those that wish can have a water channel walk down around Karimabad before having a wander around the local shops where there will be plenty to buy. Café De Hunza serves best coffee and walnut cake in town

Day 13 Hunza - Ghizer Valley

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After breakfast we will then drive back to Gilgit, and from here to the Ghizer Valley. Once again, it is a stunning trip through some of northern Pakistan’s most dramatic scenery. We continue our drive on to the Ghizer Valley with it's colourful water and pleasant green and leafy outlook following the path of the Ghizer River.

Day 14 Ghizer Valley - Mastuj 3800m approx

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Today is probably the most spectacular drive of the tour as we make our way across the Phander and Laspur valleys, not forgetting the drive over the Shandur Pass. Here we stop for tea at the top of the pass at 3,800 metres. Shandur boasts the highest polo field in the world, where the best teams from Gilgit and Chitral play very fast and aggressive matches. Nearby the Shandur Lake is famous for the vivid reflections of lofty Hindu Kush mountains that surround it. The Langer is a beautiful plain used for grazing the yaks and dzos – where we’ll enjoy a nice picnic lunch and then drive on to Mastuj, our resting place for this evening.

Day 15 Mastuj - Chitral 3800m approx

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After breakfast we will be taking a short walk up to the main road to capture views of the Tirich Mir Peak. We can also see the Yarkhun Valley at the top of which lies Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor. Another beautiful and dramatic drive takes us we winding our way along the Mastuj Valley, passing Tirich Mir and Boni Zong. In the late afternoon we’ll travel on towards Chitral National Park to see the markhor, a kind of mountain antelope and favoured prey of the snow leopards, before checking into our lovely local hotel and have dinner.

Day 16 Chitral - Kalash

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After breakfast we will drive in to the Kalash Valley of Rumbor and the village of Balanguru where we stay with our good friend Saifullah Jan, the chief spokesperson for the colourful Kalash people. The journey takes about two hours, though if people prefer we can walk the last few miles through the gorgeous valley. After lunch we will meet the Kalash and go for walks around the village, or further afield to visit some of our friends in Grum or Kalashagrum.

Day 17 In the Kalash

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Today we maximise our time by walking in and around the valley to enjoy the local scenery and experience the local hospitality. This morning we should be able to take a walk up in the direction of the Afghan frontier to visit some small villages. We return to Balanguru for lunch and then for those who wish to we head out on another walk around the valley to understand more of the lifestyle of the Kalash people. These walks are optional, and you may wish to spend your time relaxing in the village.

Day 18 Kalash - Ayun

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Today we will drive to Ayun and check into the wonderful home of Maqsood Ul Mulk, one of the princes of Chitral. We can spend time having a look around his amazing garden and also take some wonderful village walks in the local area.

Day 19 Ayun - Islamabad

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This morning we’ll leave very early to drive the last spectacular journey, through the Lowari Tunnel and down through the frontier, towards Islamabad. This is a full day’s drive and we will not reach our hotel in Islamabad until the evening for a well-earned rest.

Day 20 Islamabad - Taxila - Islamabad

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Today we will have a relaxed start and take a short drive to Taxila to explore this fascinating Buddhist university town, dating back to the Gandaharan era of Alexander the Great. We’ll then return to Islamabad for some last minute shopping and our farewell dinner.

Day 21 Tour ends in Islamabad

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Today the tour ends after breakfast in Islamabad.


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Responsible travel.

With local people, culture and eco-systems in mind, responsible travel and sustainable tourism are at the core of Wild Frontiers. We believe that a successful trip not only delivers a unique and unsurpassable journey for our travellers but also benefits the people and places we visit. When designing our tours, we actively seek out experiences that have a positive impact on the communities and precious environments we visit - from supporting social enterprises; resting our heads in rural homestays; and eating at locally owned restaurants; to helping fund conservation projects that protect wildlife and their habitats.  Visit the Responsible Travel area of our website to read more, including the work of the Wild Frontiers Foundation through which we fundraise to aid community empowerment and education projects.

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Baleygon School – Hushe Valley, Northern Pakistan

On this tour you have the opportunity to visit the Wild Frontiers Foundation sponsored school in the remote Hushe Valley village of Baleygon. The building and ongoing support of the Baleygon Village School has been our biggest and most challenging project to date, spanning over 10 years. With government funding often not forthcoming at the time, hamlets, villages and entire regions had little in the way of educational facilities, denying children of even a basic level of tuition. This was the case in Baleygon village, where stood a dilapidated two-roomed building with 10 broken desks and around 100 students (most of whom had to sit on a hard concrete floor even in mid-winter to learn), one teacher in charge of all students from 4 to 14-year-olds, and very little else in the way of equipment. Recognising the needs of the village and the students, the Wild Frontiers Foundation’s first major project was initiated in 2010. It was a long process, but the initial funds raised through a charity trek to K2,  led to huge developments at the school including land purchase, three new classrooms and a new teacher. In 2012 there was an official opening of the new school extension amid much celebration.

We now work with educational charity partner, the Felix Foundation Baltistan, which manages the school on our behalf to help ensure a good quality of education and student attendance. As guardians of the school, the Wild Frontiers Foundation’s continued support funds teachers’ wages, teaching aids, equipment and contributes to the general maintenance and upkeep of the building and grounds, while helping to secure the future education of the children in Baleygon and surrounding villages.  

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Reducing Single Use Plastic

We recognise the environmental issues and challenges around single-use plastic in many countries we visit and are actively working with our partners on the ground to reduce plastic waste on our tours and within the hotels and restaurants we visit. You can help to reduce your personal plastic waste by taking a refillable, filtered water bottle with you on your trip. Filtered water bottles can be refilled from water sources including your hotel room and restaurant taps, drinking fountains and refill stations. Every time you refill your bottle without the use of single-use plastic, you will be helping to reduce waste and protect the environment. Filtered Water Bottles | Wild Frontiers (

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Lahore Post Tour Extension

This morning you will be driven from Islamabad to Lahore.

En route you will stop off at Rohtas Fort, also known as Qila Rohtas, an exceptional example of early Muslim military architecture in Central and South Asia. Following the defeat of the Moghul Emperor Humayun in 1541, Sher Shah Suri built the strong fortified complex at Rohtas, a strategic site about 16km north-west of the city of Jhelum. On arrival in Lahore, you will be taken to your hotel for check-in.

Lahore Full Day City Tour

Today you have a full day of guiding in Lahore. The historic capital of both the Moghul and Sikh empires, this city also played a significant part in the British governance of the Punjab. Home to a remarkable collection of cultural and historic highlights, your tour today will include visits to the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Jahangir Tomb, Asif Khan Tomb and Noor Jahan Tomb, once richly decorated with floral fresco paintings on lime plaster. Following this, drive to the Shalimar Gardens and then on to the Wagah border where you will join the patriotic crowds to witness the extraordinary - and very bizarre - Wagah Border Ceremony. Watch the spectacle of the frontier guards of Pakistan squaring up to the frontier guards of India in an act of great bravado, pomp and ceremony, closing the gate between the two countries, each lowering their flags. This is a wonderful introduction to the relationship between the two great foes.

Today your tour includes the wonderful assortment of artefacts and national history displayed at the Lahore Museum, the striking Badshahi Mosque built from red sandstone and the neighbouring Lahore Fort. In the early afternoon, head to the walled city of Lahore to view the hustle and bustle of day to day life in this city. If you walk through the busy bazaar, you can also visit the spectacular and recently restored Shahi Hammam, as well as the Wazir Khan Mosque. In the afternoon, you will visit the shrine of Hazrat Mian Mir, a famous Sufi Muslim saint who resided in Lahore.

Early this morning, you will be transferred from your hotel to Lahore Airport in time for your recommended flight.

Please note that this tour extension will be with a Local Guide and not a WF Tour Leader and may be shared with other clients booked on your group tour departure. Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis. Please contact our Sales team for more details and costs.

Getting There

If you would like us to send you a quote for the suggested tour flights or on any alternative flight that may suit you better, please let us know, noting that for our US clients, we will most likely refer you to one of our preferred partners. For this trip our suggested flights from the UK (subject to change) are shown below.

If you wish to arrange your own flights you are completely free to do so and in this case we can arrange any transfers or supplementary accommodation that you may require. However please note that if you are planning on making your own flight arrangements, we recommend that you first check with us to see if the trip is guaranteed. We then suggest that you purchase flights that are flexible and ideally refundable as due to the nature of adventure travel, itineraries and destination accessibility can change at any time. For more information, please refer to our booking conditions.  

Visas are necessary for many of the destinations we travel to and while we aim to provide you with the most up-to-date information, requirements frequently change and as such for the latest advice we advise that you check with the relevant embassies or contact a reputable visa agency. More details can be found here -

For this tour UK passport holders currently require a visa for Pakistan. Passports should ideally be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the end of your tour.

Non-UK passport holders or non-UK residents should contact the relevant embassies for individual requirements. VACCINATIONS & ADDITIONAL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

A Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is a mandatory requirement for all travellers to Pakistan. Also, if your travels are for 4 weeks or more, you will be required to show proof of a Polio vaccination on exiting the country. For all destinations, please make sure you are up-to-date with any standard vaccinations (e.g. MMR, Hepatitis A, Tetanus) as recommended by your local health care provider.  Malaria is present in some parts of Pakistan and precautions are essential. For the most up-to-date information on all vaccination requirements and the most suitable anti-malarial tablets, we strongly suggest that you seek advice from your local travel centre or consult an official travel health website such as  or Covid Testing : No mandatory testing is currently required for vaccinated or unvaccinated travellers. If necessary further details will be sent out to you upon booking, however ensuring that correct and valid visas & vaccinations are obtained remains the sole responsibility of the client.

If you have more time available, why not arrive early to adjust to a new time zone or just to get a feel for the country before your tour starts? Alternatively, you might choose to allow a few extra days after the tour to relax or to undertake some further exploration. The choice is completely yours and we can usually arrange anything from simply additional accommodation and transfers to full tailor-made itineraries*. Please contact the office for more details and to discuss your requirements.

*Please note bespoke, tailor-made itineraries need to be a minimum of 7 days and we can only offer them in countries where we have a tailor-made expert

Lahore Group Tour Extension

Lahore Group Tour Extension

Why not add a 3 day extension in Lahore onto your Pakistan tour, and soak up the atmosphere, historical majesty and faded elegance of the Moghul and Raj eras, along with the bustling street life of Pakistan's traditional capital. For more details refer to the Supplementary Information section.

Governmental Travel Advice

Many governments issue advice which highlights potential hazards their citizens might experience when travelling abroad. We strongly suggest you refer to your country’s particular advisory site before booking and contact us if you have any queries or concerns. Click to follow links to the advice of the British Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) or the US State Department . Non-UK citizens should consult the travel advice of their respective governments.

The FCDO sometimes advises against certain parts of this itinerary. Wild Frontiers has many years’ experience of running trips which contravene FCDO advice but these decisions that are never taken lightly and are always taken in conjunction with our local partners after extensive consultation. As part of the booking process, you will need to sign a disclaimer to confirm you have read the advice, that you are still happy to travel and that you will obtain travel insurance which is not invalidated by the FCDO advice. For more information, please see the Insurance section or contact us. Non-UK clients should be sure to check the travel advice of their own governments as well as the small print of their insurance policies. Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Key Information

The weather conditions can be extremely varied. In the mountains of Pakistan, where you will often be travelling at heights of up to 3,000 metres, even in the middle of summer it can turn bitter; at the same time the temperature in Islamabad could be nudging 40 degrees. On the lower regions around Kaghan and Lowari there might be some monsoon cloud, but as these mountains break the subcontinents rainy season the rest of the region should run then the weather should be very pleasant pretty much everywhere.


It may sound obvious but Wild Frontiers tours are not always for everyone and it is important to us that the tour you choose is the most suitable. All our tours have a fitness rating as a guideline but you should check the day-by-day itinerary carefully. In certain instances we may ask you to complete a travel questionnaire before confirming your booking in order to ensure your suitability. Should you have any concerns about your ability to partake in any aspect of the tour then please contact the office.


Anyone in a reasonable state of health, with an open mind and a sense of adventure should be perfectly able to cope with this tour, as many of the activities are optional. Please note that some of the walks in the Kalash valley are quite steep in places, and the 2-3 hour walk up to Fairy Meadows is a little tough and at altitude, though should be manageable for most. Horses/donkeys are available if needed (payable locally). Please note that there are some long driving days throughout this tour, some of which are due to the nature of the roads rather than the distances covered. When travelling in jeeps, we open the roof when the weather permits to fully embrace the nature of adventure travel that this mode of transport allows and maximising our opportunity to enjoy the spectacular scenery.


We feel that it’s worth pointing out that while we will always strive to stick as close to the stated itinerary as possible, it may be necessary from time to time to make changes to our itineraries or services (due to weather, political and religious influences etc.) and this can happen with little or no notice. This unpredictability can be one of the most exciting aspects of adventure travel and for many of our clients often leads to unexpected highlights as the tour-leader necessarily adapts the tour to the changing conditions. However we are aware that this lack of assuredness may not suit everyone. As such, with the greatest respect, if you are someone who needs to know that everything will happen exactly as planned, we would kindly suggest that perhaps our tours are not for you. Adventure travel can be infectious and once you’ve caught the bug, it is likely to never leave you, but especially if this is your first such tour we would strongly urge you to give us a call if you have any concerns whatsoever about your suitability for this trip.


As a company approximately 70% of our clients are solo travellers, so it’s very unlikely you’ll be alone!

Our prices are typically based on twin-share accommodation but single supplements are not compulsory for any Wild Frontiers tour. If you prefer not to pay a single supplement we’ll pair you with someone else of the same sex for you to share with throughout the trip.

On this trip, if you do opt to pay for a single supplement then please note that it will cover you for all nights of the tour with the exception of the Kalash valley, in Mastuj  and Ayun Guesthouses.

Please note that paying a single supplement entitles you to lone occupancy of a single room. In many cases these rooms will be of the same size as a double/twin room, but in some cases they may be smaller.  

Insurance that provides cover for emergency repatriation in case of a medical emergency is compulsory for all tours. You should be aware that due to some of the geographical areas visited and some of the activities included on certain of our trips some standard insurance policies may not always provide adequate cover. As such we strongly recommend that you purchase a policy that adequately covers your trip. Please see the Insurance section for more details.

General Information

All our tours are priced on a land-only basis, giving you maximum flexibility when deciding how to get to and from your tour.

A 10% deposit is required to confirm your booking.


For further details please see our travelling with peace of mind page

This tour will earn you 7514 Wild Miles


We believe in a completely transparent approach to pricing with no hidden extras. As such, please note that the following are not included in the cost of the tour. Visas & Travel Insurance: Visas will always be tour/nationality dependent but travel insurance is mandatory Tips: Always optional but some guidance will be given in the pre-departure information documents International Flights: Please ask us for an obligation-free quote for flights which originate in the UK Airport Transfers: We include complimentary transfers if arriving/departing on the suggested group flights Beverages & any costs of a personal nature : This will include items such as laundry and souvenirs


If you’re still not sure if this trip is right or just want to see get some different perspectives, then why not have a look at the wide variety of resources we have on our website? Browse our community section to read our blogs, watch videos and find out about our events. 


We are frequently asked what makes Wild Frontiers different from other tour operators. Visit our Why Wild Frontiers page to find out.

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Hidden Hunza

Hunza summer tour itinerary - Gulmit at sunrise

  • June 7-24, 2020
  • 12 people max
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Hidden Hunza summer tour itinerary

Considering joining our Hidden Hunza Pakistan tour this summer? Here’s our full summer tour itinerary to help you decide. Spoiler alert: it’ll be wild.

Anything  is possible in Pakistan. This is our planned itinerary… but things don’t always go according to plan! From  chai  invites to landslides, delays can happen anywhere and everywhere. Flexibility is important.

Think of this itinerary as more of a guideline than an exact schedule. We might make changes on the fly, but we’ll still do our best to cover everything mentioned.

Day 1: Islamabad

People sitting outside of Faisal Mosque at night in Islamabad, Pakistan

Faisal Mosque, Islamabad

  • We all meet in the real world!
  • Shah Allah Ditta caves
  • Golra Railway Station
  • Faisal Mosque
  • Sleeping:  Islamabad hotel
  • Signal:  Wifi, 4G

Our tour begins in Pakistan’s calm capital. Straight roads, less traffic, and leafy greenery make our first day a gentle one. It’ll be too hot, you’ll be jet lagged, and the next day of driving will be long, so we’ll take it easy.

Note: It’s useful to arrive in Islamabad a day or two before the tour starts to give yourself time to get acclimated before we drive off to the mountains.

Day 2: Drive to Chilas (long driving day)  

Women looking at Lulusar Lake near the Karakoram Highway, Pakistan

Lulusar Lake

  • Driving time: 12 – 15 hours
  • Picnic lunch
  • Photo stop at Lulusar Lake
  • Photo stop at Babusar Pass (4,173 m/13,691 ft)
  • Sleeping:  Chilas hotel
  • Signal:  Spotty 3G/4G in towns

Alas, it’s a long drive north… but it’ll be worth it, we swear! The drive is broken up into two days for your comfort and safety. Driving late at night is risky due to poor roads, and our driver needs to sleep! Trust us: you don’t want to drive with someone who’s been awake for 20 hours.

Driving time depends on how often we stop, weather and road conditions, etc. The road is very bumpy and winding at times. If you have back problems, get motion sickness, or have other transportation-related issues, keep this in mind .

We’ve tried to time this tour to avoid monsoon rains and landslides (the biggest causes of delays), but you never know in the mountains, especially given our current climate crisis.

On the bright side: mountain scenery will entertain you on the way, and we’ll stop for a scenic picnic lunch and chai whenever cravings strike.

Day 3: Drive Chilas to Gulmit (long driving day)

Woman standing by Attabad Lake in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan

Attabad Lake

  • Driving time:   5 – 7 hours
  • Photo stop at junction point of Karakoram, Hindu Kush, Himalaya mountain ranges
  • Lunch and photo stop at Rakaposhi viewpoint
  • Boating on Attabad Lake, time permitting
  • Sleeping:  Gulmit traditional homestay
  • Signal:  Bad wifi in Gulmit, bad 2G mobile signal

Now we’re talking mountains! It’s another long day of driving—though less than the previous day—but we’ll be treated to such fantastic views by the end that your butt won’t notice. Almost.

We’ll break up the drive with photo stops at mountain viewpoints, and lunch roadside shacks with the prettiest backgrounds you’ve ever seen. Oh, and boat across Attabad, one of the bluest lakes in Pakistan… if we don’t get too distracted by everything else.

After the long and arduous drive, we’ll finally reach the first place we can call “home” on this trip: a traditional Hunzai home in the village of Gulmit in upper Hunza Valley.

Day 4: Gulmit (2,465 m/8,087 ft)

Man pointing at Gulmit Village in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan

Ondra Fort, Gulmit

  • Village walk
  • Women’s carpet center
  • Trek to Ondra Fort (3km/1.8mi, 1 to 2 hours)

Our first day in Gulmit is all about wandering around and getting your first feel of Hunza. Old stone and mud houses, winding dirt paths lined with trees, and both men and women out on the streets always ready with a smile and greeting—what better introduction to Pakistan’s north could you ask for?

The day will be distinctly female in flavor, with visits to both a women-run carpet center—a great place for authentic souvenir shopping that directly supports local women—and a women-run cafe serving up all kinds of local Hunzai food.

Woman cooking traditional Hunzai food in Gulmit, Pakistan

After that, it’s time to burn off some calories (necessary, at this point) by trekking up a dirt road to the mysterious ruins of Ondra Fort. Even locals don’t know exactly how old it is, but the views from the top are spectacular—you can see Gulmit, Attabad Lake,  and  the Passu Cones from the top—and it’s not every day you can have an entire ancient fortress to yourself!

Day 5: Passu and the suspension bridge trek

Woman crossing the Passu suspension bridge in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan

Passu suspension bridge

  • Village walk in Passu
  • Hussaini Bridge to Passu Bridge trek (8km/5mi, 3-5 hours)
  • Signal:  Bad wifi in Gulmit, 4G in Passu

Time to venture to one of the oldest and most picturesque villages in Hunza: Passu. Situated riverside near the feet of the famous Passu Cones, the village is a collection of cute stone houses, farm fields, and fruit trees.

After a little village wander, we’ll head out for a trek between two suspension bridges: the Passu and Hussaini bridges. Perilous and nerve wracking even for the most confident adventurers, the bridges are a sight… and make for excellent bragging and/or Indiana Jones references for friends and family at home.

The trek between the two bridges isn’t too steep nor difficult by local standards, but it does include a long, gradual uphill.

Day 6: Shimshal Valley (3,100 m/10,700 ft)

Summer fields in Shimshal, Pakistan

Shimshal village

  • Driving time: 4 hours
  • Sleeping:  Shimshal traditional homestay
  • Signal:  Bad 2G

Onwards to our first of several Hunzai side valleys: Shimshal, home to some of the highest villages in Pakistan!

Getting there will be a quest. We’ll pack into jeeps and drive along one of Pakistan’s most terrifying dirt roads to reach the remote valley. Regardless of whether or not you want to look out the window, Shimshal’s green fields and friendly folks are sure to be worth the sweat and nerves you’ll have along the way.

Day 7: Shimshal

Snowy mountains around Shimshal

Time to slip into a village pace of life! Today is for wandering around the village and getting to enjoy the scenery and meet some of the friendly locals that make Shimshal what it is.

We’ll drink too much chai and eat local with people in their homes in between wandering the village ways. You can wander around with the group or on your own—Shimshal is very safe, and we’re here to help connect you with good experiences, not be your babysitters!

Day 8: Shimshal trek

Glacier in Shimshal Valley, Pakistan

Yazghil glacier, Shimshal

  • Trekking to shepherds’ huts (5-7 hours)
  • Sleeping:  Tents
  • Signal:  None

Shimshal is heaven for trekkers, and though we’re not undertaking any massive expeditions, we have to do at least one overnight trek to enjoy the surroundings!

We’ll be trekking to some local shepherds’ huts in the pastures. In summers, shepherds bring up flocks of goats, sheeps, and yaks to graze in the grassy high alpine pastures above the valley.

The trek won’t be too strenuous, but it will take several hours. Know that trekking trails are often loose or uneven in Pakistan; these aren’t the manicured hiking trails you might be used to in other countries. Your biggest challenge is altitude—we’ll be at around 3,500 meters (11,500 ft) and you might feel short of breath on the uphills. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure we have enough time for everyone to go at their own pace and take plenty of breaks if necessary.

Once there, we’ll set up camp and chill for the night before trekking back to the village. No need to worry about bringing camping gear—unless you really prefer using your own tent and sleeping bag—we’ll provide everything, and we’ll pay local porters to carry all of our supplies to camp.

Day 9: Shimshal

Shimshal mountains in Pakistan

  • Trekking back to Shimshal
  • Sleeping:  Shimshal traditional home

Time to head back to Shimshal! We’ll head back the way we came. Once back in the village, everyone can rest, relax, and take (bucket) showers if you’re in need of a scrub.

Day 10: Misgar (3000 m/9,850 ft)

Autumn colors and snowy mountains in Misgar Valley, Pakistan

Misgar Valley  

  • Driving time: 4-5 hours
  • Sleeping:  Misgar homestay

Little Misgar is the least touristed of all the Hunza side valleys. Only a stone’s throw from the Karakoram Highway, this is the last valley before the Pakistan-China border, and was used as a border outpost during the British colonial era.

We’ll be back in jeeps to drive from Shimshal to the Karakoram Highway (bumpy), then up the KKH for a time before turning off to Misgar (less bumpy). You can finally relax and give your bum a break once we reach Misgar village surrounded by green fields and old houses.

Day 11: Misgar

Local family in Misgar, Pakistan

Local home in Misgar

  • Village walks

Village life moves at a slow pace, and this is your chance to do so, too. We’ll go for strolls around the village, head up the mountainside for some too-gorgeous views over the village, spot some little British leftovers, eat all kinds of local food, and generally relax and enjoy the peace of Misgar.

Day 12: Chapursan Valley (3,500 m/11,500 ft)

Stone animal hut in Chapursan Valley, Pakistan

Chapursan Valley

  • Sleeping:  Zudkhun homestay/guesthouse
  • Signal:  Occasional signal for calls and texts

Our final valley destination is Chapursan, Pakistan’s gateway to Afghanistan’s Wakhan Corridor and Tajikistan’s Pamir region.

Chapursan is otherworldly. One of the most remote valleys in Pakistan, most of its people are ethnically Tajik. Few trees are found in its barren landscapes, but you’ll find a plethora of goats, sheep, and yaks if you head high enough.

The first day in Chapursan is simply for getting in along the winding dirt road that leads from the Karakoram Highway through the valley. Our jeeps will take us past several villages before stopping at the last village in the valley: Zudkhun.

Day 13: Chapursan

Glacial river in Chapursan valley, Pakistan

  • Baba Ghundi shrine
  • Lakeside picnic

A shrine to a Sufi saint, Baba Ghundi, lies at the end of Chapursan Valley. Green pastures filled with grazing animals surround the Baba Ghundi area, and if we’re lucky, we might encounter some Kyrgyz nomads! During summers, they cross from the Wakhan Corridor into Chapursan with yaks and livestock to trade with locals.

We’ll take jeeps to Baba Ghundi, then on the way back—weather permitting—we’ll wander through some surreal rocky landscapes bordered by a glacial river and a small lake. Perfect picnic spot, amirite? If it’s sunny/warm enough, you can even swim in the little lake.

The spot is about an hour’s walk from Zudkhun, so those who want to can return to the village on foot.

Day 14: Passu (2,485 m/8,150 ft)

Woman walking in Passu, Pakistan

Passu village

  • Sleeping:  Passu guesthouse
  • Signal:  4G

Remember Passu? That crazy scenic village at the foot of the Passu cones we stopped in before? Yep, we’re heading back there for a couple of days.

After a few bumpy hours on the Chapursan dirt track, we’ll rejoin the (blissfully smooth) Karakoram Highway. You’re finally free from jolting jeep rides!

You can use this afternoon to explore a bit more of peaceful Passu, chat a bit with the friendly villagers, and generally relax after days of rough travel.

Day 15: Passu & Khunjerab Pass (4,733 m/15,528 ft)

Girls riding on top of a bus to Khunjerab Pass, Pakistan

Khunjerab Pass

  • Driving time: 6 hours
  • Visit highest paved international border crossing in the world

As far as border crossings go, it doesn’t get much cooler than Khunjerab. Literally  and  figuratively.

The Khunjerab Pass between Pakistan and China is the highest paved border crossing in the world. It’s so high, there are  oxygen machines in the border waiting area !

Obviously we won’t be able to cross the border—unless you have a Chinese visa and want to run away from us—but we  can  drive through Khunjerab National Park to the border gate with China. It’s a long drive, but the road is good and the views, epic. We’ll head back to Passu after visiting the border.

Alternatively, if you don’t feel like sitting in the car all day, you can stay behind to continue roaming around Passu or trek to the nearby Passu Glacier.

Note: If you want to cross into China after visiting Pakistan , it’s possible to do so on this day. We know some of you have some crazy travel plans in mind! We can help you arrange transportation into China if so desired.

Day 16: Karimabad & Altit (2,500 m/8,200 ft)

View of Karimabad from Baltit Fort in Hunza, Pakistan

Baltit Fort, Karimabad

  • Driving time:  1.5 hours to Karimabad, 2 hours to Danyor
  • Baltit Fort
  • Lunch at a women-run cafe
  • Sunset at Eagle’s Nest
  • Sleeping:  Danyor homestay

When Pakistanis tell you “You  must  visit Hunza!!!”, Karimabad is what they’re talking about. By far the most popular place in Hunza (which actually stretches all the way to Khunjerab, but not many people realize that), Karimabad and Altit are as close to touristy as it gets in Gilgit Baltistan. They get quite busy in summer, so be prepared.

We’ll divide our time between Karimabad, home to Baltit Fort, and Altit, where a fort of the same name is located. Beautifully restored by the Aga Khan Foundation, the forts are some of the best-maintained historical sites in Pakistan. Between fort visits we’ll hit the town for local food and souvenir shopping, if desired.

To finish the day off right, we’ll watch sunset at a famous viewpoint named Duikar, Eagle’s Nest, then drive down south to a town called Danyor to rest our weary heads at a local home.

Day 17: Drive to Naran (long driving day)

Village on the way to Naran, Pakistan

Naran-Babusar road

  • Driving time: 8 hours
  • Cross Babusar Pass (4,173 m/13,691 ft)
  • Sleeping:  Naran hotel
  • Signal:  4G, Wifi

All good things must come to an end… including our time in the mountains! Sigh.

It’s time to begin our journey down south. Much like the drive up north, this day will be long. Prepare your podcasts and ready your snacks, we’ve got a drive ahead of us.

We’ll stop for the night in Naran, one of THE tourist destinations for locals in Pakistan. It’ll be a big shift after our time in the mountains, but it’s an interesting opportunity to see what full-on domestic tourism looks like in the country.

Day 18: Drive to Islamabad (long driving day)

Man cooking chapli kebab in Qalandarabad, Pakistan

Food stop in Qalandarabad

And so, after a long drive, we find ourselves back where we began: the capital.

We’ll have our final family dinner together (sob) and then tuck in for a much deserved (and probably much needed) sleep after a long few days of travel.

Day 19: Head home 🙁

If you’re flying from Islamabad we’ll provide you with an airport transfer.

If staying longer, traveling to other parts of Pakistan, or thinking of crossing the border into India (beware, it’ll be hot), we can help you arrange further accommodation and transportation.

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Pakistan Tour and Travel

Summer in Pakistan; Book Your Summer Tour Package Today

Escape the heat with Pakistan Summer tour packages at affordable rates

Escape the Heat This Summer in Pakistan

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Are you dreading the sweltering summer heat this year? Looking for an escape to someplace cool and exotic without breaking the bank? Look no further than Pakistan Summer Tours. Nestled at the crossroads of the Himalayas and the Karakoram mountains, Pakistan offers a respite from the summer heat with stunning snowcapped peaks, crisp mountain air, and vibrant alpine meadows. Not your typical tourist destination, Pakistan remains an undiscovered gem with adventure around every corner.

Whether you want to explore the bustling bazaars of Lahore, trek to the base camp of the world’s second-highest mountain K2, or soak in the serenity of the Hunza Valley, Pakistan delivers an unforgettable summer getaway at a fraction of the cost of other international destinations.

This summer, beat the heat in style with an escape to the mountains and adventure of Pakistan . The cooler climes, vibrant culture, and scenic beauty will rejuvenate your senses. Pakistan – an escape you’ll never forget.

Why Pakistan Is an Ideal Summer Tourist Destination?

Looking to escape the scorching summer heat? Pack your bags for Pakistan. This exotic destination has the perfect weather this time of year and offers stunning mountain vistas, historical sites, and outdoor adventures galore.

Pakistan’s northern areas, including Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Azad Kashmir, feature a cool mountain climate ideal for summer travel. You’ll find snow-capped peaks, alpine lakes, and hiking trails with unmatched views. The Hunza Valley, in particular, is a secluded Shangri-La brimming with apricot orchards, walnut farms, and the mighty Karakoram mountains.

Escape the heat with Pakistan Summer tour packages at affordable rates

Lush green land soothes the eyes.

For culture and history, head to Lahore, the capital of Punjab. This city overflows with Mughal-era architecture like the Badshahi Mosque and Lahore Fort. You can also view eclectic Indo-Islamic art at the Lahore Museum.

Adrenaline junkies can get their fix in the north with activities like rock climbing, whitewater rafting, paragliding, and mountain biking. The mighty Indus River offers world-class rapids, while the snow-dusted peaks surrounding places like Skardu and Gilgit are prime spots for other heart-pumping sports.

  • Stunning alpine scenery with snowy mountains and turquoise lakes.
  • Cooler mountain weather is perfect for summer travel.
  • Centuries of rich history and culture to explore.
  • Thrilling outdoor adventures for nature lovers.
  • Delicious local cuisine with influences from Persia, Afghanistan, and India.

With its wealth of natural beauty, historical wonders, and adventure opportunities, Pakistan promises an unforgettable summer getaway. Start planning your mountain escape today!

Top Places to Visit in Summer Tour By Pakistan Tour and Travel

Are you looking to escape the scorching summer heat? Head north to the mountains and valleys of Pakistan. Here are some of the top places to visit:

  • Murree Hills Summer Tour: Just 60km from Islamabad, the Murree Hills offer a cool mountain retreat. At over 7,000 feet, temperatures average 70F, even in summer. Explore the forests on hiking trails, or enjoy the views from your hotel balcony.
  • Hunza Valley Summer Tour: Nestled in the Karakoram mountains, the Hunza Valley is a secluded paradise. Surrounded by massive peaks like Rakaposhi, you’ll find lush orchards, azure lakes, and welcoming villages. The hiking is world-class, with routes like the Baltoro Glacier trek.
  • Neelum Valley Summer Tour: Running along the Neelum River, this valley in Azad Kashmir boasts dense pine forests, waterfalls, and trout streams. Base yourself in the town of Athmuqam to enjoy activities like boating, fishing, rock climbing, or just relaxing streamside.
  • Kalash Valley Tour : The Kalash people in Chitral maintain an ancient culture in three remote valleys. As an added bonus, summers here are gloriously temperate. Experience traditional dances, sample the local wine, and admire the unique wooden architecture.

Escape the heat with Pakistan Summer tour packages at affordable rates

The horse is roaming freely on lush green land.

Pakistan offers natural beauty and adventure in spades. By escaping to the hills this summer, you can avoid the worst of the heat while discovering the country’s hidden gems. The mountains are calling!

Planning Your Pakistan Summer Tour

Planning a summer tour of Pakistan may seem daunting, but with some advance preparation, you can have a fantastic vacation.

Determine your destinations

  • The northern areas offer stunning mountains, glaciers, and lakes. Head to Gilgit-Baltistan to experience Hunza Valley and see K2, the second-highest peak on Earth.
  • Explore the historic Silk Road in Baltistan and visit fairytale-like castles like Shigar Fort.
  • Beach lovers can relax along the Arabian Sea coastline, from the bustling city of Karachi to the resort town of Gwadar.

Book tours or travel independently

Private tours with English-speaking guides provide ease and comfort. You’ll travel between destinations in air-conditioned busses, and stays are arranged in advance. For more adventure, travel independently by bus, train, or self-drive. This allows flexibility to linger where you like. Either way, book any internal flights in advance during peak season.

Pack for variable weather

Pakistan’s summer spans March to October, and temperatures vary greatly between the north and south. The northern mountains remain cool, especially at night, so bring a mix of clothing. The southern plains and coast are scorching, up to 45°C, and the north can be low as 1°C, so pack breathable and loose clothing, sunglasses, sunscreen, a lightweight shawl, and a hat. Rainfall is scarce except in the monsoon season, so a lightweight rain jacket should suffice.

Escape the heat with Pakistan Summer tour packages at affordable rates

Incredible view of lake and mountains on a hot summer day

A summer tour of Pakistan offers a chance to experience natural beauty and ancient history. While requiring some planning, the rewards of your trip will make it worthwhile. The stunning vistas, hospitable people, and diverse adventures will create cherished memories for years. Escape the heat and discover the wonders of Pakistan!

So there are a few ways to escape the heat this summer in Pakistan. From the snow-capped mountains of the north to the sandy beaches of the south, Pakistan offers refreshing getaways for every taste. The natural beauty, vibrant culture, historical sights, and adventure activities will leave you wanting more.

While the summer temperatures may be scorching, the warm welcome of the Pakistani people will melt your heart. What are you waiting for? Book your summer tour, pack your bags, and head on an exciting adventure in Pakistan. The cool breeze, the stunning vistas, and the unforgettable experiences await you. Leave the heat behind and make this a summer to remember in Pakistan, a destination like no other.

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The best times to visit Pakistan

Bradley Mayhew

Aug 24, 2023 • 6 min read

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From avoiding monsoon conditions to choosing the perfect time to hike, this seasonal guide to Pakistan can help you plan when to visit © Jesse33 / Shutterstock

The terrain in Pakistan ranges from sea level deserts to the second highest point on earth at the summit of 8611m (28,251ft) K2, so it shouldn’t be surprising that the country sees a huge range of climatic conditions. The best time to visit will depend largely on whether you are drawn by the dramatic mountain scenery of the far north or by the mosques, bazaars and archaeological sites of the lowlands to the south. 

If you want a taste of everything , then shoulder-season October might just be your perfect month, but there are reasons to visit at any time of year. When planning your trip, also consider the scheduling of local religious holidays (which shift date every year with the Islamic lunar calendar), as well as the impact of the monsoon rains – flooding can seriously impact your transportation options.

To avoid slogging to the sights in baking 40°C (104°F) heat or freezing your toes off on an icy mountain trail, here are our tips for the best times to visit Pakistan.

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April to October is the best time to visit the northern mountains and the Karakoram Highway

The Pakistani summer, from April to October, is the prime time to head north along the dramatic Karakoram Highway into Pakistan’s most jaw-dropping mountain scenery. Aim your sights at the regions of Gilgit-Baltistan, Hunza, Chitral and Skardu. The summer temperatures in the mountains are comfortable (though hot at times around Gilgit) and the high pastures are at their glorious peak.

Between April and September, it’s too hot to visit lowland destinations such as the Punjab in comfort. Even if you make a beeline for the mountains, you’ll likely have to endure baking 40°C (104°F) temperatures for a day or two while transiting through Islamabad or Rawalpindi .

June and July are the peak months for domestic travel, as even Pakistanis flee the southern heat for the cool of the hills. Accommodation prices are at their peak during these months, and July also brings the famous – and highly popular – polo festival that takes place atop the dramatic Shandur Pass, dividing Gilgit and Chitral. Book ahead at these times. 

The beginning and end of summer, notably September and October, are our favorite times to visit. These are the best months if you are looking for fewer crowds, cooler weather, and appealing shoulder-season discounts at hotels.

Note that while the Karakoram Highway through Pakistan is open year-round from Islamabad to the customs post at Sost, the international border crossing between Pakistan and China’s Xinjiang border closes in winter between November and March. The exact dates depend on weather conditions; the political situation can also lead to closures. The crossing is also closed on weekends and during the public holidays of either country.

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Winter, from November to March, is the best time to explore Sindh and the Punjab

Central and southern Pakistan offer an incredible range of historical, architectural and archaeological sites, from ancient lost cities such as Moenjodaro to massive walled forts such as Rohtas and buzzing Sufi shrines – sacred to a mystical branch of Islam. Spring and summer are suffocatingly hot here, but the winter temperatures are warm and comfortable. 

The southernmost province of Sindh is warm even in the coldest months of December and January, including on the beaches of Karachi . November to March is also good for the Punjab, including trips to the city of Lahore, though temperatures are starting to heat up by March However, be aware that December is crop burning time in the Punjab, making it oppressively hazy and smoggy.

Much of northern Pakistan, from the upper Swat Valley northwards, shivers in a mantle of snow during winter, though transport on the main highways still operates and the views are spectacular, if you are equipped for the cold. 

October and November are the best months to combine the mountains and the plains

If you want to experience the extraordinary scenic beauty of mountainous places such as Hunza in Gilgit-Baltistan, but also want to visit the cultural highlights of central Pakistan, such as Mughal-era Lahore or the 2000-year-old Buddhist remains of Taxila , then autumn offers the best of both worlds. As an added bonus, throughout October you’ll get to see some stunning fall colors on the trees that line the mountain valleys around Hunza, Skardu and Chitral.

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Come in July and August for trekking in the north

By June, the wide mountain crossings of the Babusar, Shandur and Khunjerab passes have generally opened to vehicles, but if you have your sights on crossing high passes on foot, then you are better waiting until July. This sweet spot is short-lived; August brings snow-free trails but also more chance of rain and flooding, as the monsoon wreaks its havoc further south. 

If we had to recommend one trek, the world-class K2 Base Camp trek is epic. Starting from the village of Askole (northeast of Skardu), the trail can be walked between mid-June and mid-September, but July is the best and most popular month.

Mid-March to mid-April is the best time for beautiful spring blooms in mountain valleys

If you are more concerned with looking at the mountains rather than hiking into them, then spring is a sublimely beautiful season in the Hunza, Swat and Chitral valleys. April in particular brings flourishes of apple, cherry and apricot blossoms to the mountain valleys, as the heavily snow-capped mountains provide a dramatic backdrop. However, be warned that April brings some of the hottest temperatures of the year further south – something to consider when planning a trip. 

Monsoon flooding is a real possibility in July and August in the south

The annual monsoon rains hit Pakistan slightly later than India, generally arriving by mid-July, and the effects are felt most strongly in the south. Peak rainfall combined with high temperatures and maximum meltwater from the mountains means that flooding can be a real problem, especially in August.

Massive flooding in 2022 caused cataclysmic damage throughout Pakistan, particularly in the southern provinces of Punjab and Sindh, and more than two million people lost their homes. Avoid travel in the southern lowlands during these months if possible.

Islamic Festivals in Pakistan

Note that the dates of Pakistan’s major religious festivals are determined by the Islamic lunar calendar and the dates for these events shift forward by 10 to 11 days each year, relative to the Gregorian solar calendar. The holy month of fasting known in Pakistan as Ramzan (Ramadan) is the festival that most directly affects travelers – most restaurants close from dawn to dusk making mealtimes tricky for those not fasting. In 2024, the fasting month starts around March 11, ending around April 10 with the three-day public holiday of Eid-ul-Fitr. 

Other important festivals include the Shia festival of Ashura (July 16–17, 2024) and Eid-ul-Azha, the three-day Feast of Sacrifice, starting on June 17, 2024. Mainly celebrated in Sindh and the Punjab, Pakistan’s colorful urs celebrations (death anniversaries of Sufi saints), are also held on dates fixed by the lunar calendar.

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Culture and customs.

Pakistan – officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan – must be one of the least-understood countries in the world. It has suffered from a serious image issue for years, particularly since September 2011, and people can be quick to cast it aside as a backwards, troubled nation. And yes, there are problems regarding economics, rebel groups and international relations, but there are also hundreds of millions of welcoming people hoping to cast aside Pakistan’s damaged reputation.

The majority of Pakistanis practice Islam though their ethnicity is extremely diverse. Thanks to the myriad religions, cultures and empires that have gained prominence in the region at one time or another, Pakistan is a melting pot of Indian, Central Asian and Persian influences to name just a few. There are over 70 different languages and the northern Pakistanis of the Karakoram ranges have more in common with, say, their northern  Indian  or Afghan neighbours than those living in Karachi or Hyderabad.

That said, there are two things common to Pakistan wherever you travel and the first is cricket. The Pakistanis are mad for the sport with the current prime minister, Imran Kahn, having captained the national team to World Cup glory in 1992. The second is hospitality. A guest is a blessing from God, according to Islam, and you’ll find that the locals will go out of their way to share a cup of tea, a meal or a conversation – probably about cricket – with you.

Like many conservative countries, Pakistan takes a more traditional view when it comes to gender equality. Males are considered the head of the household and are generally responsible for providing for their family, with women often expected to stay hidden in private. This is slowly changing, however, with women across the country fighting for more independence against a long-standing patriarchy.

Pakistan has a long way to go in the eyes of many but that doesn’t discount what’s on offer right now: with a unconditionally welcoming population that loves to throw a party and host visitors, Pakistan may just be the best place you never thought you’d visit.

History and government

Human occupation of the area we know as Pakistan dates back some 300,000 years, with evidence of stone-age communities found in the northern Punjab region. These evolved into farming and herding communities that cultivated large areas of land, though it was the Indus Valley civilisation that really flourished in the basins of the Indus River. It’s not known why this civilisation collapsed, but they were eventually replaced by the Persian Achaemenid Empire until Alexander the Great rolled into town with his  Macedonian  army in 327 BC. When Alexander died, he left behind an enormous empire stretching from  Greece  to the Indus River, which was split among his generals.

Conquest after conquest

Pakistan continued to be a highly sought-after territory. Buddhism and Hinduism both prevailed in the area until the first Muslim foothold was achieved with Muhammad bin Qasim’s conquest in 711 AD. Islam spread throughout the region, culminating in the creation of the Mughal Empire, which covered modern-day Pakistan, Afghanistan,  India  and  Bangladesh . The Mughals were descendants of the Turks and their leader, Babur, was said to descend from Genghis Kahn himself . The Mughals were renowned for their architecture (think the  Taj Mahal and Red Fort  in India), as well as their interest in the arts, which blended  Persian , Indian and  European  influences. The empire started to crack in the early 1700s and by the end of the century a Sikh Empire had taken control of the Punjab region.

British colonisation

The British Raj ruled the Indian subcontinent, including much of Pakistan, from 1858–1947 after several confrontations with the Sikh armies. After victory in the Anglo-Sikh wars, and as a result of the influence of the East India Company, the British dominated the region though a national Muslim identity was slowly emerging. One of the key figures in this movement was Muhammad Iqbal, a writer and poet, who felt that a Muslim state was necessary in a Hindu-dominated region, though some argue that he advocated for a Muslim province rather than a partition of country.

The name ‘Pakistan’ was created in 1933 by Choudhry Rahmat Ali, a political science student, as an acronym for the five northern regions of British India: Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sind and Baluchistan. ‘PAKSTAN’ became ‘Pakistan’ for pronunciation purposes, and this led to the birth of the Pakistan Movement.


The Islamic Republic of Pakistan was granted independence from the British in 1947 (as was India). Once the borders were drawn, an unforseen issue arose in the Punjab region between Hindu minorities in Pakistan and Muslim minorities in India. A population exchanged was agreed upon but it was far from peaceful. It’s estimated that over ten million people migrated across the borders and that 1–2 million people died as a result of violence between the two religions. This clash was the basis of the still unresolved Kashmir dispute between Pakistan and India. It’s worth noting, too, that Bangladesh was formerly known as East Pakistan and had a Bengali Muslim majority. In 1971, however, the Bengali Muslims split from their western family because of discrimination and a lack of attention from the government in Pakistan proper.

Pakistan is a regional (and nuclear) power with one of the world’s fastest-growing middle class. The problems are many, including corruption, terrorism and poverty, but the country is tipped to become a large and important economy. Imran Kahn, Pakistan’s current prime minister and former cricket captain, has prioritised tourism as an important source of future wealth.

Eating and drinking

Pakistan’s cuisine is a result of its myriad influences throughout history. Take your subcontinental staples, add some Middle Eastern flavours, mix in some Central Asia seasoning and you’ve got a seriously tasty variety of dishes – think everything from a spicy curry to the perfect shish kebab. These are a few dishes to look out for:

  • Nihari A hugely popular and traditional Muslim dish found across the Indian subcontinent. Take a slow-cooked shank of lamb, goat or chicken and stew it with some 50 spices including garam masala, cardamom and cumin. Serve with naan or roti and you’re laughing (and most likely napping too).
  • Sajji Originating in Pakistan’s Balochistan province, sajji is a simple, tasty meat dish. Take a whole lamb or chicken, marinate it in salt, skewer the entire thing and roast it over coals. Sometimes it’s covered in green papaya paste, sometimes it’s stuffed with rice, but one thing is for certain: it’s always delicious.
  • Halwa poori This dish has become a popular breakfast for the people of southern Pakistan. Take some deep-fried bread ­– that’s the poori – and serve with halwa (a traditional sweet), yoghurt and a chickpea or potato curry. It’s light and oh so right.
  • Kheer This traditional dessert is a rice pudding combined with almonds, pistachios, cashews and saffron and cardamom. Look for it in terracotta bowls from a restaurant or street stand and savour the sweet sensation once you break the skin with your spoon.

Plant-based options

Travelling as a vegetarian in Pakistan can sometimes be difficult. Meat is considered the highlight of a meal and while some classic vegetarian dishes like dahl can easily be found, they may sometimes be served with shredded chicken, for example. It’s important to be clear that you don’t eat meat and that includes fish and chicken. That said, there’s plenty of paratha and piping-hot roti to be had, you just need to be patient to find something more substantial.

Vegans will encounter quite a bit of difficulty as veganism just isn’t really a concept in Pakistan. Everyone except the poorest people enjoy a heavy meat-based diet and a lot of meals are cooked in either meat stock or ghee butter. Be sure to ask that your dish is prepared in a separate pot and without any animal products, but be understanding if this causes some confusion.

Of course, this is all a lot easier when you’re travelling with a local, someone who knows the language and the culture. If you travel with Intrepid, you’ll have a local leader who can help you decipher menus and recommend good plant-based choices.

Geography and environment

Pakistan has the dubious honour of hosting some of the most disputed borders in the world. The country is bordered by four countries –  Iran ,  India , Afghanistan and  China  – with disagreements over the Kashmir region (India and China) and the Durand Line (Afghanistan). Pakistan stretches from the Arabian Sea in the south to the mighty Karakoram mountains in the north and can be split into three geographical regions.

Northern highlands

Pakistan’s north is incredibly mountainous and includes the Karakoram, Hindu Kush and Himalaya mountain ranges. It’s home to the world’s second-largest peak K2 (8611 m) as well as more than 50 mountains rising above 6500 metres. It is an undeniably beautiful area but given the challenging terrain, the northern highlands have a sparse population with remote villages scattered throughout the valleys. The winters here are severe, as you’d imagine, with freezing temperatures and much snowfall. The Hunza Valley, through which the Karakoram Highway runs, sees temperatures between -5/-15°C (23/5­°F) during winter though it can reach the low thirties (86°F) in the summer period.


Pakistan’s southwest area is known as Balochistan, which borders both Iran and Afghanistan. It accounts for 44% of Pakistan’s land mass but less than 10% of the population, most of whom are concentrated in the city of Quetta. Poverty is rife here despite untapped reserves of natural gas and much of the landscape is dry and unable to be cultivated. The summers are hot and the winters can be freezing, though rainfall is relatively low compared to the rest of Pakistan.

Indus Plain

Much of Pakistan’s population and economy are focused on the areas surrounding the mighty River Indus. All of Pakistan’s rivers flow into the Indus and its fertile plains are responsible for most of the country’s food production and industry. The river shelters several endemic creatures including the Indus River dolphin, which is close to extinction, but is also the cause of devastating floods. Each year Pakistan sees heavy rain from mid-July through till September and the Indus will often flood a huge area of land, affecting millions of people across Pakistan.

Pakistan is home to shawls, spice and everything nice. Much like  India , Pakistan’s markets are an experience in their own right and even if you don’t plan on bringing something home, you’re unlikely to forget the bustle and banter as you make your way through the throngs. But if you do have space for souvenirs, the following may make some nice mementos:

There’s a long tradition of carpet weaving in Pakistan, dating way back to the Indus Valley civilisation. This continued through the Mughal Empire and the carpets made in Pakistan and Afghanistan were in high demand across the world, with Lahore being particularly famous for its rugs.

Pakistan is known for its onyx marble and while many think of onyx as being a black gem, you’ll find that Pakistani onyx comes in a range of colours. You may well find jewellery and handicrafts with streaks of gold, green and brown in specialist and market shops across the country.

Kashmiri Shawls

The disputed region of Kashmir is known for its woven shawls – cashmere is an anglicisation of Kashmir. Story has it that Napoleon gave one to both his wives, so if you’re after a gift to get you out of trouble, one of these (or two) may just be the perfect purchase.

Multan pottery

The city of Multan is located in southern Punjab and famous for its blue pottery, which was introduced by Arab artisans after Muhammad Bin Qasim conquered the region in the 8th century. The best places to purchase a vase or similar vessel are Multan and Lahore, otherwise you may not be getting the real deal.

Festivals and events

The people in Pakistan love a party and will go all out for birthdays, weddings and religious celebrations. You can expect a lot of noise and colour and a smorgasbord of distractions everywhere you look.

Independence Day

The 14th of August commemorates the independence of Pakistan and is celebrated nation-wide. Official celebrations include speeches and a gun salute, as well as cultural programs in the cities, while the people of Pakistan adorn their shops and homes in flags, bunting and banners. It’s a day for friends and family, with people taking to parks and other public places to celebrate their country.

Shandur Festival

Welcome to the highest polo match on the planet. Sitting at 3700 metres (12,139 feet), Shandur’s polo ground hosts a festival every July at the Shandur Pass, with teams from Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan facing off in an extremely aesthetic arena. It’s a shoutout to the equestrian traditions of Central Asia and the festival also hosts traditional folk music and dancing.

This Punjabi festival used to be held in February to celebrate the coming of spring by flying kites across the city. The sky was filled with colourful kites but make no mistake, this was no leisure activity. The kites were flown on special, glass-embedded strings in order to sever the strings of competitor kites and Basant was eventually banned because people were being killed by stray strings. In 2019 the government decided against lifting the 10-year ban on Basant, though many hope that the tradition will be reinstituted sometime soon.

Further reading

For inspiring stories to prepare you for your Pakistan adventure, check out these books:

Moth Smoke  – Mohsin Hamid

The Ice-Candy Man  – Bapsi Sidwha

The Buddha of Suburbia  – Hanif Kureishi

My Feudal Lord  – Tehmina Durrani

A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush  – Eric Newby

Kartography  – Kamila Shamsie

A Case of Exploding Mangoes  –Mohammed Hanif

The Reluctant Fundamentalist  – Mohsin Hamid

K2: Life and Death on the World’s Most Dangerous Mountain  – Ed Viesturs, David Roberts

Pakistan travel FAQs

Do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travellers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travellers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

When is the best time to visit Pakistan?

Pakistan’s climate is difficult to pin down as a single entity. It ranges from tropical and subtropical to semi-arid and desert, and then up north you’ve got the ridiculously beautiful ­– and ridiculously cold – mountainous areas incorporating the Karakoram, Himalaya and Hindu Kush ranges.

In the north, the mountainous region of Gilgit-Baltistan sees desert-level rainfall, but snow is quite frequent in winter. The trekking season runs from April to October and the area is generally sheltered from the monsoon rains experienced further south, though there may well be some showers, thunderstorms and possibly snowfall at higher altitudes.

The region of Punjab, which incorporates the cities of Islamabad and Lahore, has a sub-tropical climate with very hot summers. July and August see the southwest monsoon bring heavy rains, while September, October and November tend to be drier with a more manageable temperature range of 10–34°C (50–93°F), depending on where you are. Given Islamabad’s higher altitude and location at the foot of the mountains, it tends to be a little wetter than, say, Peshawar or Lahore, but if you wish to avoid the rain, your best bet is to avoid spending too much time in Punjab from July until September.

Is it safe to travel to Pakistan?

Pakistan is one of those countries that sets off alarm bells in the minds of friends and family – you're going where? Their reaction is understandable, given the news coverage of Pakistan over the past 20 years, and there's no doubt that some areas just aren't worth the risk. That said, you can rest assured that Intrepid would not take you anywhere unless we were convinced it was safe and trust us, there's more – so much more – to Pakistan than the media would have you believe.

Do I need a visa to travel to Pakistan?

Anyone travelling to Pakistan for tourism or business purposes must obtain a visa, which can be done on arrival (depending on your nationality) or online before your trip begins. You can also apply for a tourist visa at your local Pakistan embassy or consulate before travelling. Both e-visas and visas issued on arrival have differing lengths of stay, with e-visas valid for up to 3 months (but can be extended to 6 months) and VOA (visa on arrival) valid for a period of 30 days.

The page is for general information only and may be subject to change. It is your responsibility to obtain relevant visa and travel information required for entry, departure and travel to each country or region you visit on your trip. You should confirm these with the relevant embassies and/or consulates. 

Last updated: 6 May 2023 

Is tipping customary in Pakistan?

While gratuities aren't compulsory on this trip, they can make a big difference to locals employed in the tourism industry. If you are happy with the services provided, a tip is an appropriate way to say thanks. 

Most restaurants in Pakistan will not include a service charge on the bill so a tip can be added to the total amount. There's no strict rule, but 8–10 per cent is generally recommended. 

Over the years we have found that many of our travellers find the need for tipping local guides and operators to be both tiresome and embarrassing, especially if they don't have the correct small change. To overcome this, your leader might raise the idea of a group tipping kitty. At your group meeting, your tour leader may discuss the idea of running this kitty, whereby everybody contributes an equal amount and then your tour leader pays the tips as you go. The leader will keep a running record of all monies spent (except restaurant tips). The record can be checked at any time and any money remaining at the end of the tour returned to group members. This kitty does not include any tips you wish to give your leader and crew.

What is the internet access like in Pakistan?

If you’re planning to use your mobile phone in Pakistan (with either global roaming activated or by using a local SIM) you’ll find that the internet in major cities like Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi is quick and free wi-fi is often available through hotspots. Travellers will be able to find internet cafes in Pakistan's larger cities but internet access might be patchy or non-existent in more remote areas like the Hunza Valley. There have been instances of the government restricting connectivity and social media during periods of protest or religious celebration.

Can I use my mobile/cell phone in Pakistan?

Mobile phone coverage is generally good in the cities of Pakistan, although coverage may not be available in remote areas. If you want to use your mobile phone, ensure global roaming is activated before you arrive (but be aware of the fees this may incur).

What are the toilets like in Pakistan?

Most mid­- to high-range hotels in Pakistan will be equipped with Western-style, flushable toilets. You may well encounter squat toilets at restaurants and in public areas, and while these can take some getting used to, they become part of the experience once you’ve nailed your technique.

What will it cost for a...?

Pakistan’s unit of currency is the rupee. Prices here are approximate and shown in US dollars for ease of comparison.

  • Can of domestic beer = USD 2–3
  • Meal at a local restaurant = USD 3-8
  • Local bus ticket = USD 0.20
  • Cup of coffee (cappuccino or similar) = USD 1–2

Can I drink the water in Pakistan?

Drinking tap water isn’t recommended in Pakistan. For environmental reasons, try to avoid buying bottled water and fill a reusable water bottle or canteen with filtered water instead. Ask your leader where filtered water can be found; some hotels we stay in may have drinking water available, often boiled to use for tea. It's also advisable to avoid ice in drinks and to peel fruit and vegetables before eating.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Pakistan?

Credits cards are not widely accepted in Pakistan, which remains a primarily cash-based society. You may be able to use a credit card in hotels and higher-end shops in cities like Islamabad and Lahore, but make sure you have enough cash available when leaving the cities.

What is ATM access like in Pakistan?

Pakistan lays claim to the world’s highest ATM, located at 4687 metres (15,379 feet) at the Khunjerab Pass. You’ll be able to find ATMs in most cities and towns, but be sure to take enough cash when travelling to more remote villages, particularly in the mountains.

What is the weather like in Pakistan?

The weather in Pakistan falls into four seasons.

 June–September sees monsoonal rains, with June being the hottest month of the year and reaching upwards of 45 °C (113 °F). The rains are notoriously unpredictable, with the monsoon sometimes skipping the Pubjab region altogether and sometimes causing widespread damaging floods.

The post-monsoon season of October/November sees both temperatures and rainfall reducing. While the days can warm and hot, the nights begin to cool with temperatures ranging from 10–30°C (50–86°F) and rain falling sporadically.

The winter months of December, January and February see fine weather across most of the country with a large variation in temperatures. The daytime is generally quite pleasant, with temperatures usually topping out at 20°C (68°F), though it can drop down to 3 or 4°C at night (37–39°F). The northern mountains are another story, with precipitation falling as snow and temperatures well below freezing.

The hot, dry season comes in March, April and May with averages in the mid-30s (95°F) in the low-lying areas, though it gets hotter up north until you reach the northern mountains.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before travelling?

Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

What public holidays are celebrated in Pakistan?

  • 5 February Kashmir Solidarity Day
  • 23 March Pakistan Day
  • 1 May Labour Day
  • Varies Eid-ul-Fitr
  • Varies Eid al-Adha
  • 14 August Independence Day
  • Varies Ashura
  • Varies Eid Milad
  • December 25 Quaid-e-Azam’s Birthday

Given Pakistan is a Muslim country, their public holidays follow the Islamic calendar, which is based off lunar dates.

For a current list of public holidays Pakistan, including those with moveable dates, go to:

Is Pakistan a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travellers?

We recommend LGBTQIA+ travellers exercise complete discretion when travelling in Pakistan.

Pakistan is not a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travellers who wish to openly express sexuality outside of a very rigid, heterosexual binary. In fact, we do not recommend any public expressions of sexuality given Pakistan’s conservative values.

Openly LGBTQIA+ people can face stigma, harassment and violence in their everyday lives, with homosexuality technically punishable by life in prison or death. That said, Pakistan does recognise a third gender with transgender citizens afforded broad protections.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting  Equaldex  or  ILGA  before you travel.

If you are travelling solo on an Intrepid group tour, you will share accommodation with a passenger of the same gender as per your passport information. If you don’t identify with the gender assigned on your passport, please let us know at time of booking and we’ll arrange the rooming configuration accordingly. A single supplement is available on some tours for travellers who do not wish to share a room.

Is Pakistan accessible for travellers with disabilities?

Intrepid is committed to making travel widely accessible, regardless of ability or disability. That’s why we do our best to help as many people see the world as possible, regardless of any physical or mental limitations they might have. We’re always happy to talk to travellers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them towards the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

Pakistan can be a difficult destination to explore for travellers with disabilities. Even in large cities like Lahore and Islamabad, differently abled people – travellers and locals alike – are often overlooked in terms of infrastructure and policy.  

While international chain hotels are often built with the needs of accessible travellers in mind, homestays, guesthouses and locally run hotels are generally not fitted with ramps, elevators, shower rails etc.

If you have a battery-operated hearing aid, it’s a good idea to bring extra batteries.

If you do live with a visual, hearing or other impairment, let your booking agent or group leader know early on so they’re aware and suitable arrangements can be made. As a general rule, knowing some common words in the local language, carrying a written itinerary with you and taking to the streets in a group, rather than solo, can help make your travel experience the best it can be.

What to wear in Pakistan

What you wear in Pakistan will depend on what time of the year you’re travelling and where you are going. The autumn, summer and spring are generally quite hot across the low-lying areas and cool, loose-fitting clothing that is culturally sensitive, like a light shirt and trouser combo, is best. The northern highlands can get very cold, even in the warmer months, so be sure to pack a warm jacket, thermals, sturdy waterproof shoes and a windbreaker. Clothes that can be easily layered are best.

When entering mosques, women must have their heads, arms, legs and shoulders covered, and all people should dress conservatively. Please avoid shorts and if you’re in any doubt, we recommend playing it safe.

How do I stay safe and healthy while travelling?

Intrepid takes the health and safety of its travellers seriously and takes every measure to ensure that trips are safe, fun and enjoyable for everyone. We recommend that all travellers check with their government or national travel advisory organisation for the latest information before departure:

From Australia?

Go to: Smart Traveller

From Canada?

Go to:  Canada Travel Information

From the UK?

Go to:  UK Foreign Travel Advice

From New Zealand?

Go to:  Safe Travel

From the US?

Go to:  US Department of State

The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information.

Does my trip support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. Trips to this country directly support our global Intrepid Foundation partners Eden Reforestation Projects and World Bicycle Relief. Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

Eden Reforestation Projects

Eden Reforestation Projects are helping to mitigate climate change by restoring forests worldwide; they also hire locally and create job opportunities within vulnerable communities. Donations from our trips support restoration across planting sites in 10 countries around the globe. Find out more or make a donation World Bicycle Relief

World Bicycle Relief provides people in low-income communities with bicycles to mobilise school kids, health workers, and farmers in far-out areas – giving them access to vital education, healthcare, and income. Donations help provide Buffalo Bicycles – specifically designed to withstand the rugged terrain and harsh environment of rural regions – to those who need them most. Find out more or make a donation

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  • Babusar Pass 26
  • Badshahi Mosque 5
  • Bahawalpur Museum 2
  • Baltit Fort 21
  • Baltoro Glacier 5
  • Barpu Glacier 2
  • Batakundi 15
  • Batura Peaks & Glacier 3
  • Besal Village 13
  • Birir Valley 1
  • Borith Lake 7
  • Bumburet Valley 4
  • Centaurus 10
  • Chaaqchan Mosque 3
  • Chakdara 13
  • Cham Waterfall 1
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  • Chaukhandi Graveyard 2
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  • Dasu Waterfall 8
  • Deosai National Park 3
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  • Desan Valley 2
  • Dhani Waterfall 6
  • Diran Peak Base Camp 3
  • Disteghil Sar 2
  • Dooni Ghari 1
  • Faisal Mosque 28
  • Fizagat Park 6
  • Ganish Village 4
  • Gittidas 17
  • Gojal Valley 16
  • Gulmit Village 7
  • Gurdwara Bal Lilah 1
  • Gurdwara Panja Sahib 2
  • Gurdwara Tambu Sahib 1
  • Gurudwara Kiara Sahib 1
  • Harnoi Lake Abbottabad 4
  • Hispar Valley Glacier 2
  • Hopar Valley 9
  • Hussaini Suspension Bridge 12
  • Hyderabad Village 5
  • Jaulian Taxila 14
  • ilyasi mosque 2
  • Jalkhad Pyala Lake 18
  • Jarogo Waterfall & Meadow 1
  • Jhelum Valley 2
  • Kafiristan 3
  • Kalash Graveyard 5
  • Kandol Lake 1
  • Kargah Gilgit 2
  • Karimabad 12
  • Kartarpur 2
  • Katas Raj 2
  • Katlang Mountains 9
  • Katpana Desert 2
  • Keran valley 14
  • Khalti Lake 1
  • Khanpur Dam 9
  • Kharpocho Fort 3
  • Khunjerab pass 16
  • Kundal Shahi 15
  • Kunhar River 5
  • Kutwal Lake Haramosh Valley 1
  • Laddu Valley 1
  • Ladyfinger Peak 1
  • Laila peak 1
  • Lalazar Valley 2
  • Leepa Valley 1
  • Lok Virsa 14
  • Lulusar Lake 21
  • Mahabat Khan Mosque 4
  • Mahodand Lake 13
  • Makli Hill 2
  • Malam Jabba 27
  • Malubiting Peak 2
  • Manglik Sar Peak 1
  • Mansehra 42
  • Manthokha Waterfall 2
  • Matiltan Plonga Glaciers 6
  • Miar Glacier 1
  • Minapin Village 2
  • Minar-e-Pakistan 4
  • Mohenjo Daro 2
  • Mohra Moradu Taxila 15
  • Muzaffarabad 34
  • Naltar Valley 9
  • Nanga Parbat 19
  • Nathia Gali 5
  • National Mausoleum 2
  • National Museum Islamabad 11
  • Nomal Village 1
  • Noor Mahal 2
  • Pakistan Monument 21
  • Passu Cones 22
  • Patriata Murree 1
  • Peshawar Museum 3
  • Phuparash Peak 2
  • Pir Chinasi ( Peer Chinasi ) 4
  • Raja Bazaar 8
  • Ratti Gali 6
  • Rumbur Valley 4
  • Saidpur Village 15
  • Saif-ul-Muluk 12
  • Saifullah Lake 1
  • Satrangi Lake 2
  • Sehwan Sharif 2
  • Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai 2
  • Shah Rukn-e-Alam Tomb 2
  • Shah Shams Sabzwari Tabrez Tombs 2
  • Shakar Parian 13
  • Shalimar Bagh Lahore 3
  • Shalimar Gardens 3
  • Shandur Pass 4
  • Shangla Hill 6
  • Shangrila Kachura Lakes 3
  • Sharda Valley 13
  • Shigar Valley 4
  • Shispare Peak 2
  • Shyok River 1
  • Sirkap Taxila 15
  • Spantik Peak 1
  • Spin Khwar Lake 1
  • Takht-e-Bahi 10
  • Taxila Museum 18
  • Thak Nala 5
  • Thandiani 2
  • Ultar Peak 5
  • Wagah Border 5
  • White Palace Swat 12
  • Chairlift 60
  • Cultural Tours 71
  • Kayaking 62
  • Paragliding 28
  • Peak Climbing 16
  • River Rafting 68
  • Road Cycling 79
  • Safari Jeep 79
  • Zip Line 23
  • Budget travel 81
  • Child-friendly 77
  • Cultural 70
  • Home stay 7
  • Nature Walk 80
  • Volunteer trips 3
  • Weekend Trips 79
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