ADVENTURE TOURS

(TREKKING /EXPEDITION) NANGA PARBAT / RAKAPOSHI 10 DAYS TRACK

Open On Arrival

  • Day -01 Islamabad to Chillas
  • Day -02 Chillas to Fairymeadwos         Hotel
  • Day -03 Day Excursion to B.C/Biyal Camp to Hotel
  • Day -04 Fairymeadwos to Minapin Nagar Hotel
  • Day -05 Minapin to Laspur Camp
  • Day -06 Laspur to Rakaposhi /Diran Base Cam
  • Day -07 Day free
  • Day -08 Rakaposhi to Minapin Nagar …. Hotel
  • Day -09 Gilgit to Narran/Besham Hotel
  • Day -10 Narran/Besham to Islamabad

 (Optional movement annex journey above)

FAIRY MEADOWS TO GILGIT

  • Gilgit to Hunza (after lunch site seen)
  • Hunza to Hoper day trip
  • Hunza to Khunjarab pass day trip

“Tour End”

NANGA PARBET   TARISHING 6 TO 7DAYS TRACK

  • Day -01 Islamabad to Chillas
  • Day -02 Chillas to Tarishing
  • Day -03 Tarishing to Base Camp
  • Day -04 Base Camp 2 to Tarishing
  • Day -05 Tarishing to Chillas
  • Day -06 Chillas to Via Narran/Besham –Islamabad

“Tour End”

K -2 BASE CAMP 20DAYS TRECK

Open on arrival check in hotel 

  • Day -01 Islamabad to Sakardu /Chillas by Air if flight canceled byroad
  • Day -02 Chillas to Sakardu day free
  • Day -03 Day free at Sakardu
  • Day -04 Sakardu to Askole by jeep       5/6 hrs
  • Day -05 Askole to Kurfan                      4/5 hrs
  • Day -06 Kurfan to Julah                        3/4hrs
  • Day -07 Julah to Bardumal                   2/3 Hrs

K -2 BASE CAMP 20DAYS TRECK

  • Day -08 Bardumal to Pajuo                   3/4hrs
  • Day -09 Rest at Pajuo
  • Day -10 Pajuo to Liligo                          4/5hrs
  • Day -11 Liligo to khobusey                    3/4hrs
  • Day -12 Khobusey to Urdukus              4/5hrs
  • Day -13 Urdukus to Goro 1                   3/4hrs
  • Day -14 Goro 1 to Goro 2                     3/4hrs
  • Day -15 Goro 2 to Concordia                5/6hrs
  • Day -16 Concordia day rest
  • Day -17 Concordia to K-2 Bascamp     6/7 Hrs
  • Day -18 K-2 Bascamp to Concordia     4/5 Hrs
  • Day -19 Concordia to G IV Bascamp    4/5 Hrs
  • Same way return to Askole
  • Day -20 Concordia to Ali Camp            4/5 Hrs
  • Day -21 Ali Camp to Xhiping                 8/9 Hrs
  • Shiping to seyauo /Hoshe
  • Siyuo to Hoshe /Jeep Khapolo
  • Drive Sakardu ………..then to ISB
  • “Tour End”

CHITRAL TRAVELS

GONDAGORO LA 19 DAYS TRACK

  • Day – 01 Islamabad to Chillas / Fly to Sakardu
  • Day – 02 Chillas to Sakardu day free
  • Day – 03 Sakardu day free
  • Day – 04 Sakardu to Askole by jeep
  • Day – 05 Askole to Jhola
  • Day – 06 Jhola to Payo
  • Day – 07 Rest at Payo
  • Day – 08 Payo to Khobusey
  • Day – 09 Khobusey to Urdukus
  • Day – 10 Urdukus to Ghoro 2
  • Day – 11 Ghoro 2 to Concordia
  • Day – 12/13 Concordia day free
  • Day – 14 Concordia to Ali Camp
  • Day – 15 Ali camp to Xhipang
  • Day – 16 Xhipang to Siacho
  • Day – 17 Siacho to Hoshe/Khapolo
  • Day – 18 Hoshe/Khapolo to Sakardu
  • Day – 19 Sakardu to Chillas /Islamabad
  • “Tour End”

BIAFO-HISPAR TREK

This trek will take you through the Shigar valley up to the last settlement of the Karakorum, Askoli. The trek starts from the Askoli Village and we follow some stages of the Baltoro trek to the Biafo Glacier. This is one of most strenuous trek and here is the meeting place of greatest mountain glaciers in Asia. The interconnected Biafo and Hispar glaciers form the longest glacial system in the world outside the polar area and combined length is about 122 kilometers. It is also linking the Baltistan and Hunza Valley and cuttinh through the Karakorum Range. The climax of this trek (Hisper Pass) 5150m, at the conjunction of the Biafo and Hisper Glacier, offers incredible view of peaks and glacier valleys. It is also possible to climb below 6000m peaks in this area.

This trek requires good physical fitness and weather condition. While descending to the Hisper Glacier the trek follows the beautiful Pasturelands of the another side. This area offers a great variety of attraction to adventure and nature lovers. This trek will be the opportunity of meeting different culture discovery to the magnificent landscape and people of the Northern Areas.

Duration: 22 – 26 Max altitude: Max. 5150 m. Suitable Period: July to end of September. Trek Difficulty Strenuous

SCHEDULE ITINERARY

Day-01    Arrival at Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel

Day-02    Drive to Chilas

Day-03    Drive to Sakardu

Day-04    Sightseeing in Sakardu

Day-05    Jeep drives to Askoli (3050m), overnight in camps

Day-06    Trek (6-7 hrs) to Namla 3280m, gives the panoramic views of the boulder strew Biafo Glacier.

Day-07    Trek to Mango 3650m, a gentle climb on unstable boulders, then cross the crevasses to the green campsite at the site stream.

Day-08    Trek 5-6 hrs from Mango to Baintha 4020m

Day-09    Trek 5-6 hrs to Napina 4400m, a gentle ascend and crossing of the crevasses out to the easy white ice, camp at green grass with fresh water.

Day-10    4-5 hrs trek to the Hispar Base Camp (4800 m)

Day-11    Day free for rest/waiting for good weather condition and local exploration

Day-12    In the morning starting trek 4-5 hrs to the Pass 5150m and 4-5 hrs descend with hidden crevasses, scree and moraine, near to the junction of Khania Basa 4600m

Day-13    Trek to the Yutmaru Glacier, traverse Khania Basa Glacier, with beautiful view of Kanjut Sar 7760m and camp near Yutmaru Glacier in a flate field at 4350m.

Day-14    Trek 5-6 hrs to Dachigan and camp at about 4050m.

Day-15    5-6 hrs Trek to the Hispar Village, across the Kunyang Glacier and continue to Hispar.

Day-16    There is Jeep road from Hispar Village to Karimabad-Hunza, if road permits to drive, you may proceed directly to Karimabad/ trek 3-4 hrs to Huro.

Day-17    Jeep drives to Karimabad, overnight at hotel.

Day-18    Day free for sightseeing in Karimabad.

Day-19    Drive to Chilas 6-7hrs via Gilgit.

Day-20    Continue to Islamabad 11-12 hrs.

Day-21    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-22    Departure from Islamabad (drop to the airport).

BIAFO-SNOW LAKE TREK

This trek will take you through the Shigar valley up to the last settlement of the Karakorum, Askoli. The trek starts from the Askoli Village and we follow some stages of the Baltoro trek to the Biafo Glacier. This is one of most strenuous trek and here is the meeting place of greatest mountain glaciers in Asia. The interconnected Biafo and Hispar glaciers form the longest glacial system in the world outside the polar area and combined length is about 122 kilometers. At the conjunction of the Biafo and Hisper Glacier, offers incredible view of peaks and glacier valleys. It is also possible to climb below 6000m peaks in this area.

This trek requires good physical fitness and weather condition.

Duration: 18 -19 Max altitude: Max. 4800 m. Suitable Period: July to end of September. Trek Difficulty Strenuous

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Fly to Sakardu or drive to Chilas.

Day-03    Continue to Sakardu.

Day-04    Day free at Sakardu for sightseeing.

Day-05    Jeep drives to Askoli 6-7 hrs and camp at 3050m.

Day-06    Trek 5-6 hrs to Namla 3280 m.

Day-07    5-6 hrs trek to Mango 3650 m.

Day-08    Trek to Baintha 4020 m.

Day-09    Trek to Napina 4400 m.

Day-10    Trek to Snow Lake.

Day-11    Day free for local exploration.

Day-12    Trek back to Baintha.

Day-13    Trek to Namla.

Day-14    Trek to Askoli.

Day-15    Jeep drives to Sakardu, overnight at hotel.

Day-16    Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas.

Day-17    Continue to Islamabad.

Day-18    Fly back to homeland (drop to the airport).

BALTORO / K-2 BASE CAMP / CONCORDIA TREK

It is far and away the most popular trek in Pakistan, attracting large number of trekking groups as well as numerous mountaineering expeditions en-route to the peaks around Concordia. In this route you may see a large number of mountains and it en-route to the K-2 8611m, the second highest peak in the world. The four peaks out of fourteen above 8000m and eight of thirteen highest peaks of the world are located around this trek. This route follows manly on the Baltoro Glacier. This climax of the Baltoro Glacier is the beautiful conjunction of the Godwin Austin Glacier, which descends from K-2 and Baltoro Glacier called “CONCORDIA 4700m” lying in the heart of the most heavily glaciered region out side the Po\lar area and dankest concentration of peaks on earth.

CONCORDIA is the apex of this trek and viewpoint of several peaks. If you would like to go to the base camp of mount K-2, it is recommended to make the excursions from Concordia. The K-2 is more visible from here just like mount Everest from Kala Patar.

Altitude: In the range of 5135m Duration: 22-24 day Period: June to end of September Trek Difficulty Strenuous.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Fly to Sakardu 2200m or drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway

Day-04 Drive to Sakardu (7– 8 hrs) 

Day-05 Day free for local purchasing

Day-06 Jeep drive 6–7 hrs to Askuli (3050m)/camp               

Day-07 Trek 3–4 hrs to Kurfong (3080m)/camp

Day-08 Trek from Kurfong to Bardumal (3190m)/camp

Day-09 Trek to 5-6 hrs Pauju 3400m/camp

Day-10 Rest day at Pauju or optional to make excursion to Pauju Peak Base Camp.

Day-11 7–8 hrs trek to Urdukas 4000m/camp

Day-12 Trek 6–7 hrs to Goro-II (4300m)/camp

Day-13 Trek 5–6 hrs to Concord (4700m)/camp

Day-14 Excursion to K-2 Base Camp (5135m)

Day-15 Trek back to Goro-I /camp

Day-16 Liligo/camp

Day-17 Pauju/camp

Day-18 Bradumal/camp     

Day-19 Kurfong/camp

Day-20 Drive back to Sakardu/hotel

Day-21 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas

Day-22 Drive to Islamabad

Day-23 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-24 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

DEOASI-BURJI PASS TREK    

The Deoasai plain (4000 m), a vast high altitude plateau covering an area of over 400 square km, south and west of Sakardu, borders on Indian Kashmir. In Balti, the region is known as “Bhear Sar” means place of flowers. Nowhere lower than 4000 m, this uninhabited alpine grassland has numerous clear streams with unusual snow trout, a large brown bear population and multitude of golden marmots. Deosai is surprisingly rich in plants and animals, bursting into life during the brief spring and summer months. The plateau is home to the Himalayan Brown Bear, unique to

this part of the world. Other mammals found on Deosai included Tibetan Wolf, Tibetan Red Fox, Himalayan Ibex etc. Deosai Plateau offers several opportunities for trekking and easily accessible from Sakardu.

Duration:   12-14 days Max altitude:  4600 m Suitable Period:       July to September. Trek Difficulty     Normal.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad and transfer to hotel

Day-02    Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03    Drive to Chilas

Day-04    Continue to Sakardu

Day-05    Day free in Sakardu, for local purchasing and sightseeing

Day-06    Drive to Deosai

Day-07    Trek to Burji La(4600m)

Day-08    Trek Back to Barapani

Day-09    Back to Sakardu

Day-10    Drive to Chilas/Flight to Islamabad

Day-11    Back to Islamabad/Rest Day

Day-12    Back to your country

GONDOGORO LA – BIAFO HISPAR  

This is the combination of the treks, Gondoghoro La, Concordia, also K-2 Base Camp and Biafo-Hispar trek, which we ran for the first time 1994. It starts from Hushe Valley – Sakardu and tracing out the Gondoghoro La itinerary up through the Hushe Valley, cross the Pass 5700m into Concordia. We have allowed time to visit the K-2 Base Camp 5135m before descending down on Baltoro Glacier to snout to the Biafo Glacier. The follow the route of Biafo-Hisper route, cross the Hisper Pass 5150m in to Hisper Village-Nagar then to Hunza Valley. This is sustained and strenuous high level adventure, in a romate location cuts through hrat of the Karakorum from east to west with more of the feeling and logistics of an expedition than a trek. We may propose to those who are specialist of trekking. It requires physical fitness and technical climbing skill. The rewards are great, however, with succession of mountaineering experiences and a blend of the most magnificent scenery on the earth.

Duration:               34-38 days:  Max altitude:   5700 m Suitable Period: July to September. Trek Difficulty Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad and transfer to hotel

Day-02    Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03    Drive to Chilas

Day-04    Continue to Sakardu

Day-05    Day free in Sakardu, for local purchasing and sightseeing

Day-06    Proceed to Hushe, overnight at camp

Day-07    Trek 3-4 hrs to Satachio 3200 m

Day-08    Trek to Dalzampa 4150 m

Day-09    Trek to Gondoghoro Base Camp 4600 m

Day-10    Trek to High Camp 4800 m

Day-11    Rest-day or waiting for good weather condition

Day-12    Trek to Gondoghoro La (5700 m) then to the Ali Camp 4800 m

Day-13    Trek to Concordia 4700 m.

Day-14    Excursion to the Base Camp of K-2.

Day-15    Rest-day at Concordia.

Day-16    Trek to Ghoro I (4200 m).

Day-17    Trek to Liligo 3800 m.

Day-18    Trek to Pauju 3400 m.

Day-19    Trek to Jula 3180 m.

Day-20    Trek to Korfong 3080 m.

Day-21    Rest-day at Korfong.

Day-22    Korfong to Mango 3650 m.

Day-23    Mango to Baintha 4020 m.

Day-24    Baintha to Napina 4400 m.

Day-25    Hispar B.C (4800).

Day-26    Hispar pass (5151 M).

Day-27    Hispar la to Kharia Basa 4600m.

Day-28    Jutmal 4000m.

Day-29    Bitnmal 3400 m.

Day-30    Hispar Village.

Day-31    Karimabad Hunza, overnight at hotel.

Day-32    Visit to Old Altit and Baltit Forts.

Day-33    Drive to Chilas.

Day-34    Continue to Islamabad.

Day-35    De-briefing and Sightseeing in Islamabad/hotel.

Day-36    Departure from Islamabad

GONDOGORO LA MASHERBRUM BASE CAMP

It is specially designed trip to the remote wilderness in the eastern Baltistan. This trek starts from the Hushe valley, the last village up the valley about 140 Kilometers from Sakardu. It is most popular trek in this area and consists of two treks Hushe to Ghondogoro La 5700 m and Hushe to Musherbrum Base Camp (4280 m). If you have not enough days to do both you may drop the Musherbrum Base Camp but it is better to do together. It is easy trek to the foot of Majestic Masherbrum peak 7821 m and there are many peaks in this region, which are below than 6000 m you may climb them.

“Hushe to Ghondogoro La” This great trekking itinerary offers an unforgettably dramatic entry into the beautiful Mountains. Hushe head off up the wild and beautiful Gondoghoro Valley with good pastureland to Gondoghoro Peak Base Camp. Here you have option to make an ascent to Ghondogoro Peak (5650 m) or slightly moving to High Camp (4800 m) to climb the Ghondogoro La 5700 m and have views of K-2, Broad peak Gasherbrums and Chogolisa. It offers incredible view of peaks and glacier valleys. If you are desirous to have a taste of adventure then undoubtedly the best way to approach Ghondogoro la, and trekking peaks. For Gondoghoro La and trekking peaks crampons and ice axes are essential. It requires good weather condition and technical mountaineering skill.

Duration: 18-23 Days  Max altitude:   5700m Suitable Period: June to September Trek Difficulty Strenuous

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad and transfer to hotel, in the balance of the time sightseeing in Islamabad / Rawalpindi.

Day-02    The briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03    Fly to Sakardu/drive to Chilas on the Karakorum Highway

Day-04    Drive from Chilas to Sakardu (6-7 hrs)

Day-05    Jeep drives to Hushe (6-7 hrs), overnight at camps

Day-06    Trek to Saticho, it is about three to four hours easy trek on the east bank of Hushe River

Day-07    Trek about three to four hours to the Dalsazpa. It is beautiful campsite with good pasture at about 4150m

Day-08    Trek to Gondoghoro Base Camp, grassy fields at about 4600m

Day-09    Continue towards the High Camp 4800m or optional to climb Gondoghoro peak 5650 m.

Day-10    Climb the Gondoghoro Pass 5700m, and at the same day we can back to Gondoghoro Base Camp

Day-11    Trek back to Dalszmpa 4150m.

Day-12    Trek to Hushe 3050m.

Day-13    Trek to Brumbrammah 4050m.

Day-14    Excursion to Base Camp of Masherbrum (4280m).

Day-15    Optional to climb a peak below 6000 m, Mitre (5944 m) Cathedral, Septre etc.

Day-16    Trek back to Hushe

Day-17    Drive to Sakardu, overnight at hotel

Day-18    Fly to Islamabad / drive to Chilas

Day-19    Chilas to Islamabad.

Day-20    De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism.

Day-21    Departure from Islamabad.

BALTORO GHONDHOGORO LA TREK

Baltoro Ghondogoro La is very thrilling trek, from Askoli to Concordia and crossing the Ghondogoro La (5400M) and enter in Hushe Valley, this trek is one of the finest high mountain experiences on earth. Traveling to the heart of the Karakoram. On this trek one can enjoy simply unforgettable views of K2 (8611m.), Broad Peak (8047m.), the Gasherbrums and Chogolisa. Walking towards Concordia, we pass close the famous Trango Towers Peaks. To cross the Ghondogoro la 5400M is really challenging hike skirting the Ghondogoro glacier and down to the green irrigated field of Hushe valley. This is an exciting, challenging trek requires a good degree of Physical fitness.

Altitude: 5450 meters Duration: 22-24 day Period: June to Mid of September Trek Difficulty Strenuous

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Fly to Sakardu 2200m or drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway

Day-04 Drive to Sakardu (7– 8 hrs)

Day-05 Day free for local purchasing

Day-06 Jeep drive 6–7 hrs to Askuli (3050m)/camp

Day-07 Trek 3–4 hrs to Kurfong (3080m)/camp

Day-08 Trek from Kurfong to Bardumal (3190m)/camp

Day-09 Trek to 5-6 hrs Pauju 3400m/camp

Day-10 Rest day at Pauju or optional to make excursion to Pauju Peak Base Camp.

Day-11 7–8 hrs trek to Urdukas 4000m/camp

Day-12 Trek 6–7 hrs to Goro-II (4300m)/camp

Day-13 Trek 5–6 hrs to Concord (4700m)/camp

Day-14 Excursion to K-2 Base Camp (5135m)

Day-15 Concordia to Ali Camp

Day-16 Ali camp-Ghondogoro pass (5450M) Khispang (4500M)

Day-17 Khispang -Shayechu (3500M)

Day-18 Shayechu- Hushe (3200M)

Day-19 Hushe – Sakardu.

Day-20 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas

Day-21 Drive to Islamabad

Day-22 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-23 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

MASHERBRUM BASE CAMP

It is specially designed trip to the remote wilderness in the eastern Baltistan. This trek starts from the Hushe valley, the last village up the valley about 140 Kilometers from Sakardu. It is easy trek to the foot of Majestic Masherbrum peak 7821 m and there are many peaks in this region, which are below than 6000 m you may climb them.

Duration:               10-12 Days Max altitude:     4280m Suitable Period: June to September Trek Difficulty Easy.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad and transfer to hotel, in the balance of the time sightseeing in Islamabad / Rawalpindi.

Day-02    Fly to Sakardu/drive to Chilas on the Karakorum Highway

Day-03    Drive from Chilas to Sakardu (6-7 hrs)

Day-04    Jeep drives to Hushe (6-7 hrs), overnight at camps

Day-05    Trek to Brumbrammah 4050m.

Day-06    Excursion to Base Camp of Masherbrum (4280m).

Day-07    Trek back to Hushe

Day-08    Drive to Sakardu, overnight at hotel

Day-09    Fly to Islamabad / drive to Chilas

Day-10    Chilas to Islamabad.

Day-11    Departure from Islamabad.

ARUNDU – SPATNIC BASE CAMP TREK

This is an easy trek. You will find no difficulties up to Arundu valley. It is a lush green valley and famous for its fruits. Then two days trek will go up to Spatnic Base camp.

Duration: 16-18 days  Max altitude:   4800 m  Suitable Period:      July to September. Trek Difficulty     Normal

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad and transfer to hotel, in the balance of the time sightseeing in Islamabad / Rawalpindi.

Day-02    Drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway

Day-03    Drive to Sakardu (7- 8 hrs), Overnight at hotel

Day-04    Day free for local purchasing

Day-05    Jeep drive to Doko via Shigar valley, Overnight in camps

Day-06    Trek Doko to Arandu 5-6 hrs / camp

Day-07    Trek 4-5 hrs to Chogo Brangsa / camp

Day-08    Trek 4-5 hrs to Gareencho / camp

Day-09    Trek to Spantik Base Camp

Day-10    Day free for local exploration

Day-11    Trek back to Bolocho

Day-12    Trek to Chogo Brangsa / camp

Day-13    Trek to Doko

Day-14    Drive to Sakardu, overnight at hotel

Day-15    Drive to Chilas/hotel

Day-16    Drive to Islamabad/hotel                                                                      

Day-17    Fly homeland (drop to the airport)

TREKS IN NARAN

BABUSAR PASS TREK

The 4146 m high above sea level, Babusar Pass connects Diamer with Naran valley. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4146m Duration: 11-13 day Period: June to end of November Trek Difficulty Open

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran(6 Hrs)

Day-04 Jeep Road/On foot to Bata Kundi. Visit Sooj and Sohni Jungle(16 KM)

Day-05 Walk to Jalkhad.(18 KM)

Day-06 Jalkhad To Baisal(23.5 KM) then 2 KM to Lulusar Lake(3 KM wide)

Day-07 Lulusar Lake to Gatidas(9KM)

Day-08 Gatidas to Babusar Top(7 KM) then 13 KM to Babusar Village

Day-09 Babusar Village to Chilas

Day-10 Chilas to Islamabad

Day-11 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-12 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

BANS GALI TREK

The 4640 m high above sea level, Bans Gali connects Bata Kundi to Baisal. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4640 m Duration: 09-11 day Period: 15 June to end of September Trek Difficulty Open but Tough

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran

Day-04 Jeep Road to Bata Kundi

Day-05 Bata Kundi to Bans Valley(No water) Tough Trek

Day-06 Bans Valley to Bans Gali then to Saeed Ullah Nar then to Baisal or Lulusar Lake

Day-07 Baisal to Naran Back

Day-08 Naran to Islamabad

Day-09 Rest Day

Day-10 Departure from Islamabad

HANS GALI TREK

The 3994 m high above sea level, Hans Gali connects Lake Saiful Malook to Lalazar. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 3994 m Duration: 09-11 day Period: July to end of September Trek Difficulty Open but Tough

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran

Day-04 Naran to Lake Saiful Malook

Day-05 A walk to Kuch Gali Base Camp (5 Hrs)

Day-06 Kuch Gali Base Camp to Kuch Gali via Ansoo Lake(5 Hrs)

Day-07 Kuch Gali to Lalazar via Jungle(4 Hrs)

Day-08 Naran to Islamabad

Day-09 Rest Day

Day-10 Departure from Islamabad

KUCH GALI TREK

The 4594 m high above sea level, Kuch Gali connects Lake Saiful Malook to Bata Kundi. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4594 m Duration: 09-11 day Period: July to end of September Trek Difficulty Open

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran(6 Hrs)

Day-04 Walk to Lake Saiful Malook and Camp (3 Hrs)          

Day-05 A walk to Kuch Gali Base Camp (5 Hrs)

Day-06 Kuch Gali Base Camp to Kuch Gali via Ansoo Lake(5 Hrs)

Day-07 Kuch Gali to Saran Valley(4 Hrs) then to Bata Kundi(3 Hrs)

Day-08 Back to Naran

Day-09 Naran to Islamabad

Day-10 Departure from Islamabad

MAKRA PEAK TREK

The 3885m high above sea level, Makra Peak connects Shogran with Kashmir. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 3885 m Duration: 09-11 day Period: July to end of September Trek Difficulty Restricted.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Shogran

Day-04 Shogran to Paye on Foot(4 Hrs)

Day-05 Paye to Makra(3 Hrs) then to Ziarat 

Day-06 Ziarat to Raj Kot then to Bishash

Day-07 Bishash to Kahori then to Muzaffarabad

Day-08 Muzaffarabad to Islamabad

Day-09 Rest Day

Day-10 Departure from Islamabad

MANUR GALI TREK

The 4100m high above sea level, Manur Gali connects Lake Saiful Malook to Muhandri. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4100 m Duration: 09-11 day Period: July to end of September Trek Difficulty Open

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran

Day-04 Naran to Lake Saiful Malook

Day-05 A walk to Kuch Gali Base Camp (5 Hrs)

Day-06 Kuch Gali Base Camp to Kuch Gali via Ansoo Lake(5 Hrs)

Day-07 Kuch Gali to Manur Bangla(Piran da Kuth) via Manur Gali

Day-08 Manur Bangla to Seri then Bela to Mohandri then to Balakot

Day-09 Balakot to Islamabad

Day-10 Departure from Islamabad

MUSA KA MASALA TREK

The 4076 m high above sea level, Musa Ka Musala Trek connects Mansehra with Naran valley via dadar,kund bangla and Shaheed Pani. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4076m Duration: 11-13 day Period: 15 June to end of September Trek Difficulty Open

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Mansehra(4 Hrs) then to Dadar

Day-04 Dadar to Kund Bangla

Day-05 Kund Bangla to Shaheed Pani Bangla(13 KM)

Day-06 Shaheed Pani Bangla to Jaba via Musa ka Masala Peak

Day-07 Jaba to Sharan

Day-08 Sharan to Paris(20 KM) to Shogran

Day-09 Rest Day

Day-10 Shogran to Islamabad

Day-11 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-12 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

RATI GALI TREK

The 4141 m high above sea level, Rati Gali connects Azad Kashmir with Naran valley from Dowarian to Barawai. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4141m Duration: 11-13 day Period: June to end of September Trek Difficulty Restricted

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Muzaffarabad

Day-04 Jeep Road to Dowarian(93 KM)

Day-05 Dowarian to Domail

Day-06 Domail to Dahrian Lake then to Rati Gali Sar

Day-07 Rati Gali Sar to Rati Gali then Bhakwal

Day-08 Bhakwal to Ziarat then to Barawai

Day-09 Barawai to Naran

Day-10 Naran to Islamabad

Day-11 Rest Day

Day-12 Departure from Islamabad

SARAL GALI TREK

The 4320 m high above sea level, Saral Gali connects Azad Kashmir with Naran valley. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 4320m Duration: 11-13 day Period: June to end of September Trek Difficulty Restricted

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Naran(6 Hrs)

Day-04 Visit to Lalazar,Lake Saiful Malook and back

Day-05 Drive to Baisal(58 KM)

Day-06 Baisal to Dudibatsar Lake(18 KM)

Day-07 Dudipatsar to Saral Pass (3Hrs) then 3 Hrs to Saral Village and Lake

Day-08 Saral Lake to Haba Gali (3 KM) then 4Hrs to Haba Village

Day-09 Either Go to Noori Nar Top then to Jalkhad or Move to Sargan Nar(3 Hrs) then 2 KM to Sharda

Day-10 Sharda to Muzaffarabad(136 KM)

Day-11 Muzzaffarabad to Islamabad

Day-12 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

SHADAL GALI TREK

The 3048 m high above sea level, Shadal Gali Trek connects Mansehra with Naran valley via dadar,kund bangla and Shaheed Pani. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest.

Altitude: In the range of 3048m Duration: 11-13 day Period:15 May to 15th October Trek Difficulty Open

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Drive to Mansehra(4 Hrs) then to Dadar

Day-04 Dadar to Kund Bangla

Day-05 Kund Bangla to Shaheed Pani Bangla(13 KM)

Day-06 Shaheed Pani Bangla to Nadi Bangla via Shadal Gali(4 Hrs)

Day-07 Nadi Bangla to Sharan

Day-08 Sharan to Paris(20 KM) to Shogran

Day-09 Rest Day

Day-10 Shogran to Islamabad

Day-11 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-12 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

TREKS IN GILGIT

BAGROT HARAMOSH TREK

It is a strenuous trek between the valley of Bagrot and Haramosh via Rakhan Pass.This trek passes through Bagrot,Khaltoro and Darchan.

Altitude: In the range of 4550m Duration: 16-18 days Period: June to end of September Trek Difficulty Strenuous

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Fly to Gilgit or drive to Gilgit on Karakorum Highway

Day-04 Day free for local purchasing

Day-05 Drive to Bagrot Valley up to Snakkar

Day-06 Walk to Farphu and Butcha

Day-07 Trek to Butcha to Dar

Day-08 Dar to Rakhan Base Camp

Day-09 Rakhan Pass to Darchan

Day-10 Darchan Khaltoro

Day-11 Khaltoro to Sassi

Day-12 Sassi to Gilgit

Day-13 Day Free

Day-14 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Besham

Day-15 Drive to Islamabad

Day-16 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-17 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

BATURA TREK

The Batura trek is the most accessible of giant Karakorum Glaciers from Karakorum Highway. It stretches west about 65km with more than 10 peaks above 7000 m. This trek is an easy stroll along a flower-filled gully between the lateral moraine of the Batura Glacier and the mountains. It is the one of the finest in the Karakorum with beautiful scenery and no major difficulties. Most of the trek is through ablation valleys along streams, with almost no steep sections. The mountain views of Batura, Passu and Shispar Peak superb. The Passu women who spend the summer in the pastureland beside the glacier are friendly to female trekkers. Spending time with Passu people and their yaks in the patsure allows a glimpse into their unique way of life. The views of six Batura Peaks and the huge ice-fall from them to the glacier below are among the more remarkable mountain scenes anywhere in the Karakorum.

Duration: 14 -16 Max altitude: Max. 3400 m. Suitable Period: July to end of September. Trek Difficulty Normal.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel, in the rest time of sightseeing in Islamabad and Rawalpini.

Day-02    Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas (11-12hrs) on the Karakorum Highway, overnight at hotel in Chilas.

Day-03    Continue to Karimabad via Gilgit 6-7 hrs.

Day-04    Drive to Passu (2400m) 2 hrs drive and overnight at hotel.

Day-05    Trek 4-5 hrs to Yunzben/camp.

Day-06    Easy trek of 30 minutes on the glacier and 3-4 hrs trek to the Ujhopirt 2900m/camp.

Day-07    Trek 3-4 hrs to Yashprit 3100m/camp.

Day-08    4-5 hrs trek to Fatmahill 3270m/camp.

Day-09    Trek 3-4 hrs to Guchesham 3400m/camp.

Day-10    Day free for local exploration and meet with local shepherds.

Day-11    Trek back to the Ujhokpin/camp.

Day-12    Trek to the Passu and continue to Gilgit, overnight in the hotel.

Day-13    Fly back to Islamabad or drive to Besham/hotel.

Day-14    Continue to Islamabad/hotel.

Day-15    Departure from Islamabad, drop to the airport.

HARAMOSH KUTWAL LAKE TREK

This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest. Above all, the beautiful Kutwal lake at 3260m flickering under the Mani Peak 6685m, Bilchar Peak 6134m, Lila Peak 6986m, Spantik 7027m, Haramosh 7409m and Rakaposhi peaks, all combined make this place and abode of fairies. This fantastic trek has many contrasting features in the upper Haramosh valley with lush green meadows surrounded by the thick pine forests and snow covered peaks in the backdrop.The trek runs in the strip between Indus and Hunza rivers.

Altitude: In the range of 3400m Duration: 12-14 day Period: June to end of september Trek Difficulty Moderate.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Fly or drive to Gilgit.

Day-04 Jeeps to Dassu (Dacha), and trek to Iskera, Summer village at 2000m (4-5 hrs).

Day-05 Ascend across mani glacier to Kutwal Lake at 2500 m. An ideal spot for a rest day at the end of Harmosh (3-4 hrs).

Day-06 Day free for explorations.

Day-07 Return trek to Iskera.

Day-08 Trek to Dassu, and drive to Gilgit.

Day-09 Trek to Balacho

Day-10 Road journey to Besham.

Day-11 Drive to Islamabad

Day-12 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-13 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

HARAMOSH PASS TREK

The 4800m high above sea level, Haramosh La connects Baltistan with Gilgit valley. This tour is an extravaganza of nature painted with crystal clear streams, flowering meadows, cascading glaciers and dense forest. Above all, the beautiful Kutwal lake at 3260m flickering under the Mani Peak 6685m, Bilchar Peak 6134m, Lila Peak 6986m, Spantik 7027m, Haramosh 7409m and Rakaposhi peaks, all combined make this place and abode of fairies. This fantastic trek has many contrasting features starting at Arandu, the last outpost of the Shigar Valley of Baltistan and crossing over the Haramosh La enters in the upper Haramosh valley with lush green meadows surrounded by the thick pine forests and snow covered peaks in the backdrop.The trek runs in the strip between Indus and Hunza rivers.

Altitude: In the range of 4800m Duration: 20-22 day Period: June to end of September Trek Difficulty Strenuous.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03 Fly to Sakardu 2200m or drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway

Day-04 Drive to Sakardu (7– 8 hrs)

Day-05 Day free for local purchasing

Day-06 Drive to Arandu

Day-07 Trek to Pukpun

Day-08 Trek to Khurmal

Day-09 Trek to Balacho

Day-10 Trek to Laila B.C. 4359M

Day-11 Rest day

Day-12 Trek to Haramosh La 4800m

Day-13 Trek to Upper Kutwal 3500m

Day-14 Trek to Kutwal Lake 3260m

Day-15 Rest Day

Day-16 Trek to Iskere

Day-17 Trek to Dasso

Day-18 Drive to Chilas

Day-19 Drive to Islamabad

Day-20 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-21 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

NALTER ISHKOMAN TREK

This tour takes you close to unspoiled nature. Apart from visiting Gilgit, Hunza and Swat valley. Riding on 4 wheel jeep to the top of the Gilgit-Nalter forest, winding your way through this thickly forested spot, you reach Nalter valley and onward to Nalter Lake. This is an ideal campsite with ample opportunity for fishing. Crossing Nalter River , you will get an outstanding view of Shani Peak ( 5887 m). Trekking through pasture

lands, lush green forests and settlements of wooden huts, you reach Pokhara, another fantastic place for camping. This trek of unspoiled natural beauty is a great experience.

Altitude: In the range of 3135m Duration: 12-14 day Period: May to end of September Trek Difficulty Moderate.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Drive to Gilgit on KKH Road

Day-03 Drive by Jeeps to Naltar valley

Day-04 Trek to Naltar Lake

Day-05 Trek to Upper Shani

Day-06 Climb Naltar Pass & Trek down to Lal Pather

Day-07 Trek down to Ishkoman Valley

Day-08 Rest day

Day-09 Ishkoman Valley to Gilgit.

Day-10 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas

Day-11 Drive to Islamabad

Day-12 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-13 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

HUNZA – PATUNDAS TREK

This stunning trek goes along the Batura Glaciers. Patundas is a summer pasture with an altitude of above 4000 meters. The villagers of Ghulkin take there cattle to this green pasture from June to August The fascinating view of Passu Peak 7284m, Batura Peak 7500m, Shishper 7619m, Dasteghil Sar 7885, Momhil Sar 7342 and Rakaposhi with the height of 7788m all around you. The trek starts at Borit Lake and goes through Passugar, Luzhdar and Patundas and along the glaciers. This is an easy and short trek recommended for all ages and does not require any good physical condition.

Duration: 16 -18 Max altitude:            Max. 4183 m. Suitable Period:             May to October. Trek Difficulty           Easy.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, Sightseeing of Islamabad/ Rawalpindi. Overnight in the hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Besham 7-8 hrs/ hotel the.

Day-03    Drive to Gilgit (1500m) 7-8 hrs/hotel.

Day-04    Drive to Hunza-Karimabad (2400m) 3-hrs/hotel.

Day-05    Day free in Karimabad for local visits.

Day-06    Drive Gulmit (2037m) 2hrs/hotel.

Day-07    Drive to Borit Lake (2500m) hrs and trek to Passughar (2730m) 3-4 hrs/camp.

Day-08    Trek Passughar to Luzhdor (3400m) 3-4 hrs/camp.

Day-09    Trek Luzhdor to Patundas (4100m) 3-4 hrs/ camp.

Day-10    Day free at Patundas for local explorations.

Day-11    Trek to Younzbin 5-6 hrs/ camp.

Day-12    Trek to the Karakorum Highway 2-hrs and countinue drive to Sust 1-hrs/hotel.

Day-13    Drive to Khunjarb Pass (4733 m) and drive back to Hunza Karimabad 6-7 hrs/ hotel.

Day-14    Drive to Chilas 5-6 hrs/hotel.

Day-15    Departure for Islamabad 11-12 hrs /hotel.

Day-16    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-17    Drop to the airport for departure from Islamabad.

RAKAPOSHI BASE CAMP

This trek is located within the Rakaposhi Range in the region of Hunza – Nagar valleys. It is also an opportunity to see the local culture of the mountain people. There are summer settlements in this trekking route, local people with their cattle (sheep, goats, yaks and cows etc.). There are pasturelands on the whole trek only on the top have the glacier moraine, it takes 2-3 hours easy walk to cross the moraine. It is just like Nepal but there are no lodges therefore, we are arranging the camps for the portage we use the animals. From Minapin village the path follows the irrigation channel and crosses the river on a good bridge. It then follows the River before ascending steeply through woods to a summer settlement knows as Bungidas. Higher up is the smaller summer settlement of Hapakun with good camping. The path continues through woods pastures, climbing steeply to the crest of lateral moraine which until now has hidden the huge Minapin Glacier to the left. There are spectacular views from here of Diran peak (7266) excellent view of north face of Rakaposhi (7788 m). The narrow path then traverses across slop, which drops away steeply down to the glacier before descending to Tagafari, a narrow field between the lateral moraine and Rakaposhi. If this is as far as you intend to go, it is well worth spending a day here to explore and take in the scenery. From Tagafari, it is possible to cross the Minapin glacier to Kachelly, a summer pasture with superb views of Rakaposhi.

Duration: 12 -14 Max altitude:            Max. 4000 m. Suitable Period:             May to October. Trek Difficulty           Easy.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Chilas (11-12 hrs) on the amazing Karakorum Highway.

Day-05    Three to four hours trek to Hapakun. Overnight in the camp.

Day-06    Trek from Hapakun to Tagapary, two to three hours/camp.

Day-07    Day free for local explorations.

Day-08    Trek back to Hapakun/camp.

Day-09    Trek from Hapakun to Minapin Village and at the evening time drive to Karimabad Hunza, overnight at hotel.

Day-10    Day free in Karimabad for sightseeing/trek or drive to Duikar (3000 m), highest point of the valley.

Day-11    Drive back to Chilas, overnight at hotel.

Day-12    Continue to Swat Valley/hotel.

Day-13    Proceed to Islamabad via Taket-Bahi and Taxila.

Day-14    Departure from Islamabad (drop to the airport).

RUSH LAKE TREK

This trek takes you through Hunza and Nagar valley and up to the Rash Lake. It gives you the view of all giant peaks of Hunza and remarkably, a distant K-2 (8611m) Broad Peak, Rakaposhi (7788m) Diran Peak (7253m), Golden Peak (7027m), Shipper and Ulter Peaks. It is possible to climb the Rash Peak (5098m) by ridge behind the Lake.

Duration: 12 -15 Max altitude:            Max. 5098 m. Suitable Period:             May to October. Trek Difficulty           Normal.

Day-01    Pick from Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel.

Day-02    Fly or drive to Chilas 11-12 hrs /hotel.

Day-03    Departure to Gilgit (1500m) 3-hrs/hotel.

Day-04    Drive to Hunza (2400m) 2-3 hrs/hotel.

Day-05    Proceed by Jeep to Hoper (2790m) 2 hrs and trek to Barichokor 3300m 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-06    Barichokor to Rash Lake (4694m) 3-4 hrs/camp.

Day-07    Day free to climb the Rash Peak (5098m) 2-3 hrs/camp.

Day-08    Trek Rash Lake to Phariphri 4-5 hrs/camp.

Day-09    Trek Phariphri to Hapakun 4 hrs/ camp.

Day-10    Trek to Hoper 4-5 hrs and drive to Karimabad/hotel.

Day-11    Drive to Gilgit 2-3- hrs/hotel.

Day-12    Departure for Besham 6-7 hrs.

Day-13    Continue to Islamabad 6-7 hrs/ hotel.

Day-14    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-15    Fly home (departure).

SHIMSHAL VALLEY TREK

Shimshal valley (2880m) is situated in the northeast of the Hunza and about 65km from Karakorum Highway. This spectarculer trek takes us to one of the most remote inhabited area of the Karakorum. It begins through the narrow gorge, which opens up in the Shimshal Valley. Shimshal is one of the oldest settlements of Wakhi people in the Hunza region. There are 130 household and above than 1200 people, all of them are Ismaili Muslim. This trek attracts and provide great opportunities to the trekkers to explore many glaciers, several peaks, passes, meadows, streams, lush green land, wild flower pastures and you will see the wild-life in Shimshal national park.

Duration: 22 -25 Max altitude:            Max. 6050 m. Suitable Period:             May to October. Trek Difficulty           Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Chilas 11-12hrs /hotel.

Day-03    Continue drive to Gilgit 2-3 hrs/hotel.

Day-04    Drive to Karimabad Hunza 3 hours/hotel.

Day-05    Day free in Karimabad for local expoloration.

Day-06    Drive to Passu (2400m) 2-hrs/hotel.

Day-07    Drive to Shimshal Valley up to the road ahead 2-hrs (BOI) and trek to the Kuk (2600m) 5-hrs/camp.

Day-08    Trek to Shimshal Village (2880m) 3-5 hrs/ camp.

Day-09    Day free in Shimshal Village.

Day-10    Trek to Pastforzin 5-6 hrs/ camp.

Day-11    Trek to Harbab Puerion 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-12    Trek to Shuwerth (4389m) via Shimshal Pass 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-13    Day free in Shuwerth to local expoloration.

Day-14    Trek back to Harbob Purien 6-7 hrs /camp.

Day-15    Trek to Maidur 6-7hrs/camp.

Day-16    Trek to Shapodin Pass (5180m) 6-hrs/camp.

Day-17    Trek to Shimshal village 6-hrs/camp.

Day-18    Shimshal to Ziarat 6-7 hrs/camp.

Day-19    Ziarat to Boi 2-3 hrs and drive to Passu 2-hrs/hotel.

Day-20    Drive to Khunjerab Pass (4730m) and back to Karimabad.

Day-21    Drive to Chilas 5-6 hrs / hotel.

Day-22    Continue to Islamabad 11-12 hrs/hotel.

Day-23    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-24    Fly back to homeland.

TREKS IN GHIZER

CHACHINGOL PASS TREK

This trek will be through one of the remotest part of Karakoram. It is a 22-day mini expedition with 15 nights camping and 5 nights in hotels. You will enjoy the climb of 6,000 meters trekking peak. It is situated in the heart of Karakoram Range in Shimshal, the remotest valley in the whole range. Its mountains are some of the toughest, with some high virgin peaks with this background we take you to an ascent of a 6,050 meters high trekking Peak, which has been climbed many times by our guides from the valley. We will start the trip from Islamabad and drive on the legendary Karakoram Highway to Passu towards upper Hunza, from where we take 4×4 jeeps to enter the valley. It takes a two-day trek to reach the main village Shimshal. From the village, it is a 4-day trek to the base camp of Minglik Sar. After the peak attempt, we take a six days trek over three passes to arrive at Karakoram Highway, just south of Khunjerab Pass on Pak-China border.

Duration: 20-23 Max altitude:             Max. 6050 m. Suitable Period: June to Mid-September. Trek Difficulty        Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Departure for Chilas 11-12 hrs/hotel.

Day-03    Chilas – Passu.

Day-04    Passu – Ziarat.

Day-05    Ziarat – Shimshal (3,300 M).

Day-06    Shimshal – Furzin.

Day-07    Furzin – Arbab Parian.

Day-08    Arbab Parian Shuijerab.

Day-09    Shuijerab – base camp.

Day-10    Base camp.

Day-11    Climbing.

Day-12    Climbing.

Day-13    Shuwart – Arbab Parian.

Day-14    Arbab Parian – Maidur.

Day-15    Maidur – Shapodin.

Day-16    Shapodin – Mandik Shlaq.

Day-17    Mandik Shlaq – Werbin.

Day-18    Werbin – Chachingol pass base camp.

Day-19    Trek over Chachongal pass to KKh.

Day-20    Drive Karimabad – Besham.

Day-21    Drive Besham – Islamabad.

Day-22    Fly back to home destination.

CHILLINJI PASS TREK

Along the Wakhan Corridor, there exist secluded valleys touching Afghanistan, the ancestral routes that linked the people of Hindokush, Pamir and Karakoram. Mythical places which had known the spirit of great explorers. It is in the extreme North of Pakistan that one has to go to find out this fragrance of frontiers. An extraordinary journey showered with history and romantic reunions. The regions of frontier with Afghanistan have been fascinating my imagination. Via Chitral valley, the extreme, West of this group of valleys and passes that dominate for about 200 km, the Wakhan Corridor. Yarkhun River, ferociously raging through the deep valley separating Hindu Kush from Hindu Raj.

The river carries in its surfing waves, the alluvium from the door of Pamir. Beyond the first obstacle of the valley the mountain kept its mystery. Our trek Along Wakhan Corridor provides the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful places on earth. Crossing the Chillinji Pass to Hunza and the legendary Karakoram Highway, which falls into Karimabad, the Capital of former Hunza State. Here, we meet people of the people of Hunza known as Hunzukuts. They enjoy welcoming guests to their homeland with smiling faces.

In Hunza we visit to the ancient Altit and Baltit Forts standing on mountain cliffs. The Hunzukuts are the inhabitants of the beautiful Hunza Valley, which Eric Shipton called Hunza: the ultimate manifestation of mountain grandeur. In this part of the world, Hunzukuts are most popular for their hospitality and longevity. On our journey back to Islamabad, we visit some of ancient rock carvings at Shatial.

Duration: 22-25 Max altitude:             Max. 5147 m. Suitable Period:             June to August. Trek Difficulty          Less Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Islamabad to Peshawar.

Day-03    Peshawar to Chitral.

Day-04    Chitral to Kalash Valley.

Day-05    Kalash to Chitral.

Day-06    Chitral to Power.

Day-07    Power to Lasht.

Day-08    Lasht to Kishmanja Camp (3,410 m).

Day-09    Kishmanja to Chikar (3,700 m).

Day-10    Chikar to Darkot Glacier (4,300 m)-Chikar.

Day-11    Chikar to Lashkargaz (3,800 m).

Day-12    Lashkargaz to Karambar An (4,343 m) to Karambar Lake (4,150 m).

Day-13    Karambar Lake to Shouinj (4,000 m).

Day-14    Shouinji to Chhatiboi Glacier to Sughtarabad (3,600 m).

Day-15    Sughtarabad to Karambar River crossing to Chillinji Forest (3,600 m).

Day-16    Chillinji Forest to Chillinji Base Camp (4,500 m).

Day-17    Chillinji Base Camp to Chillinji an (5,247 m) – Biater.

Day-18    Biater to Chipurson Ziarat (3,860 m).

Day-19    Ziarat (3,860 m) to Karimabad (3,000 m).

Day-20    Karimabad Hunza free day.

Day-21    Karimabad to Gilgit (1,500 m).

Day-22    Gilgit to Besham.

Day-23    Besham to Islamabad.

Day-24    Fly Back

DAINTER PASS

Altitude: In the range of 4135m Duration: 12-14 day Period: May to end of September Trek Difficulty Moderate.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Departure from Islamabad to Besham. Overnight stay at Besham

Day-03 Besham to Gilgit. Travel on KKH. Overnight stay in Gilgit.

Day-04 Gilgit to Dainter by jeep. Camp at Dainter.

Day-05 Trek to Dainter Pass base. Overnight camp.

Day-06 Jeep Trek over the Dainter Pass. Overnight camp.

Day-07 Trek to Taling. Overnight camp.

Day-08 Trek back to Bar.

Day-09 Bar valley to Gilgit.

Day-10 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas

Day-11 Drive to Islamabad

Day-12 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-13 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

KAROMBAR PASS TREK

Along the Wakhan Corridor, there exist secluded valleys touching Afghanistan, the ancestral routes that linked the people of Hindukush, Pamir and Karakoram. Mythical places which had known the spirit of great explorers. It is in the extreme North of Pakistan that one has to go to find out this fragrance of frontiers. An extraordinary journey showered with history and romantic reunions. The regions of frontier with Afghanistan have been fascinating my imagination. Via Chitral valley, the extreme, West of this group of valleys and passes that dominate for about 200 km, the Wakhan Corridor. Yarkhun River, ferociously raging through the deep valley separating Hindu Kush from Hindu Raj.

The river carries in its surfing waves, the alluvium from the door of Pamir. Beyond the first obstacle of the valley the mountain kept its mystery. Our trek Along Wakhan Corridor provides the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful places on earth.

Duration: 22-25 Max altitude:             Max. 4700 m. Suitable Period:             June to August. Trek Difficulty          Less Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Islamabad to Peshawar.

Day-03    Peshawar to Chitral.

Day-04    Chitral to Kalash Valley.

Day-05    Kalash to Chitral.

Day-06    Chitral to Power.

Day-07    Power to Lasht.

Day-08    Lasht to Kishmanja Camp (3,410 m).

Day-09    Kishmanja to Chikar (3,700 m).

Day-10    Chikar to Darkot Glacier (4,300 m)-Chikar.

Day-11    Chikar to Lashkargaz (3,800 m).

Day-12    Lashkargaz to Karambar An (4,343 m) Karambar Lake (4,150 m).

Day-13    Karambar Lake to Shouinj (4,000 m).

Day-14    Shouinji Chhatiboi Glacier to Sughtarabad (3,600 m).

Day-15    Sughtarabad Karambar River crossing to Warghod Forest.

Day-16    Warghod Forest- Matrin Daas

Day-17    Matrin Daas-Piazeen

Day-18    Piazeen-Imat(Ishkoman)

Day-19    Imat-Gilgit

Day-20    Gilgit-Hunza

Day-21    Hunza-Gilgit

Day-22    Gilgit to Besham.

Day-23    Besham to Islamabad.

Day-24    Fly Back

PAKORA TREK

This tour takes you close to unspoiled nature. Apart from visiting Gilgit, Hunza and Swat valley. Riding on 4 wheel jeep to the top of the Gilgit-Nalter forest, winding your way through this thickly forested spot, you reach Nalter valley and onward to Nalter Lake. This is an ideal campsite with ample opportunity for fishing. Crossing Nalter River , you will get an outstanding view of Shani Peak ( 5887 m). Trekking through pasture lands, lush green forests and settlements of wooden huts, you reach Pokhara, another fantastic place for camping. This trek of unspoiled natural beauty is a great experience.

Altitude: In the range of 3135m Duration: 12-14 day Period: May to end of September Trek Difficulty  Moderate.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Drive to Gilgit on KKH Road

Day-03 Drive by Jeeps to Naltar valley

Day-04 Trek to Naltar Lake

Day-05 Trek to Upper Shani

Day-06 Climb Naltar Pass & Trek down to Kruibokht

Day-07 Trek down to UTZ and Pakora

Day-08 Trek Back to Ishkoman Valley

Day-09 Ishkoman Valley to Gilgit.

Day-10 Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas

Day-11 Drive to Islamabad

Day-12 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-13 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

PAMIR TREK

Along the Wakhan Corridor, there exist secluded valleys touching Afghanistan, the ancestral routes that linked the people of Hindukush, Pamir and Karakoram. Mythical places which had known the spirit of great explorers. It is in the extreme North of Pakistan that one has to go to find out this fragrance of frontiers. An extraordinary journey showered with history and romantic reunions. The regions of frontier with Afghanistan have been fascinating my imagination. Via Chitral valley, the extreme, West of this group of valleys and passes that dominate for about 200 km, the Wakhan Corridor. Yarkhun River, ferociously raging through the deep valley separating Hindu Kush from Hindu Raj.

The river carries in its surfing waves, the alluvium from the door of Pamir. Beyond the first obstacle of the valley the mountain kept its mystery. Our trek Along Wakhan Corridor provides the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful places on earth. Crossing the Chillinji Pass to Hunza and the legendary Karakoram Highway, which falls into Karimabad, the Capital of former Hunza State. Here, we meet people of the people of Hunza known as Hunzukuts. They enjoy welcoming guests to their homeland with smiling faces.

In Hunza we visit to the ancient Altit and Baltit Forts standing on mountain cliffs. The Hunzukuts are the inhabitants of the beautiful Hunza Valley, which Eric Shipton called Hunza: the ultimate manifestation of mountain grandeur. In this part of the world, Hunzukuts are most popular for their hospitality and longevity. On our journey back to Islamabad, we visit some of ancient rock carvings at Shatial.

Duration: 22-25 Max altitude:             Max. 5147 m. Suitable Period:             June to August. Trek Difficulty          Less Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Islamabad to Peshawar.

Day-03    Peshawar to Chitral.

Day-04    Chitral to Kalash Valley.

Day-05    Kalash to Chitral.

Day-06    Chitral to Power.

Day-07    Power to Lasht.

Day-08    Lasht to Kishmanja Camp (3,410 m).

Day-09    Kishmanja to Chikar (3,700 m).

Day-10    Chikar to Darkot Glacier (4,300 m)-Chikar.

Day-11    Chikar to Lashkargaz (3,800 m).

Day-12    Lashkargaz to Karambar An (4,343 m) Karambar Lake (4,150 m).

Day-13    Karambar Lake to Shouinj (4,000 m).

Day-14    Shouinji to Chhatiboi Glacier Sughtarabad (3,600 m).

Day-15    Sughtarabad to Karambar River crossing Chillinji Forest (3,600 m).

Day-16    Chillinji Forest to Chillinji Base Camp (4,500 m).

Day-17    Chillinji Base Camp to Chillinji an (5,247 m) – Biater.

Day-18    Biater to Chipurson Ziarat (3,860 m).

Day-19    Ziarat (3,860 m) to Karimabad (3,000 m).

Day-20    Karimabad Hunza free day.

Day-21    Karimabad to Gilgit (1,500 m).

Day-22    Gilgit to Besham.

Day-23    Besham to Islamabad.

Day-24    Fly Back

TREKS IN DIAMEER

AROUND NANGA PARBAT TREK

Nanghaparbat (8125m) the second highest peak in Pakistan and the 9th position in the world, On the bend of Indus and anchoring western corner end of the great Himalayan rang. This 20km long series of peaks and ridges forms a hug massif. It is solitary white appearance visible from the south for at least 100km promoted the name NANGA PARBAT, which means “Nacked Mountain”. It is also known as the “Killer Mountain” of the difficulties to reaching the summit. It has three faces Rupal face, Raikot face and Diamar face. Nanga Parbat has been discover in the nineteenth century 1853) by European and first climbed in 1953 by German mountaineer Harman Buhl. Nanga Parbat rang has more peaks in addition to the main Nanga Parbat (8125m). In the region there are trekking peaks, Jaluper Peak (5206m), North Julliper Peak (5212m), Bulder Peak, Rupal Peak5584m) and more in the trekking routes.

Duration: 19-20 Max altitude:             Max. 5399 m. Suitable Period:             June to September. Trek Difficulty    Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Chilas (1220m) 11-12 hrs/ hotel.

Day-03    Continue to Tarashing (Asotr) (2911m) 6-7 hrs/ camp.

Day-04    Trek to Herligkoffer Base Camp (3655m) 4-6 hrs/ camp.

Day-05    Trek to Shaigiri (3655m) 4-6 hrs/camp.

Day-06    Trek to Mezeno Base Camp (4200m) 3-5 hrs/camp.

Day-07    Trek to High Camp (4700m) 4-5 hrs/camp.

Day-08    Trek to Mazino Pass (5399m) and descend to Upper Loibah Meadow (4200m) 7-8 hrs/camp.

Day-09    Trek to Zangot 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-10    Trek to KutaGali (3000m) 4-5 hrs/camp.

Day-11    Trek to Shaichi via Karusaga Pass (4800m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-12    Trek to Gutan Saga (3500m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-13    Trek to Julipar High Camp 4400m 4-5 hrs/camp.

Day-14    Trek to Beyal (3500m) 7-8 hrs/camp.

Day-15    Day free in Beyal for local expoloration/camp.

Day-16    Trek to Tato via Fairy Meadow than dirve to Chilas/hotel.

Day-17    Drive to Islamabad 11-12 hrs/hotel.

Day-18    Day free in Islamabad /hotel.

Day-19    Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport).

MAZENO PASS, CLIMB BULDER AND JAILPUR PEAKS

NangaParbat (8125m) the second highest peak in Pakistan and the 9th position in the world, On the bend of Indus and anchoring western corner end of the great Himalayan rang. This 20km long series of peaks and ridges forms a hug massif. It is solitary white appearance visible from the south for at least 100km promoted the name NANGA PARBAT, which means “Nacked Mountain”. It is also known as the “Killer Mountain” of the difficulties to reaching the summit. It has three faces Rupal face, Raikot face and Diamar face. Nanga Parbat has been discover in the nineteenth century 1853) by European and first climbed in 1953 by German mountaineer Harman Buhl. Nanga Parbat rang has more peaks in addition to the main Nanga Parbat (8125m). In the region there are trekking peaks, Jaluper Peak (5206m), North Julliper Peak (5212m), Bulder Peak, Rupal Peak5584m) and more in the trekking routes.

Duration: 20-23 Max altitude:             Max. 5399 m. Suitable Period: June to September. Trek Difficulty Strenuous.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Departure for Chilas 11-12 hrs/hotel.

Day-03    Drive to Gilgit 1500m 3-hrs/ hotel.

Day-04    Proceed to Tarashing (2911m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-05    Trek Tarashing to Herligkoffer Base Camp (3656m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-06    Continue trek to Shaigiri (3655m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-07    Trek from Shaigiri to Mezano Base Camp (4300m) 5-6 hrs/ Camp.

Day-08    Trek to Mazeno High Camp (4900m) 5-6hrs/Camp.

Day-09    Day free to climb the Mazeno Pass (5377m) 5-6 hrs/camp.

Day-10    Trek back to Shaigiri 6-7 hrs/camp.

Day-11    Shaigiri to Tarashing 6-7 hrs/camp.

Day-12    Drive from Tarashing to Gilgit 6-7 hrs/hotel.

Day-13    Drive to Raikot Bridge then to Tato Village then walk 2-3 hrs to Fairy Meadow 3280 m/camp.

Day-14    Trek to Beyal 3500m 1-2 hrs/camp.

Day-15    Trek to the South Jailpur Base Camp (4837m) 4-5 hrs/ Camp.

Day-16    Climb the South Jalipur Peak (5206m) 6-7 hrs. Trek back to Beyal.

Day-17    Trek to Bulder Base Camp 4-5 hrs/ Camp.

Day-18    Summit the Bulder Peak (5602m) and trek back to Beyal.

Day-19    Trek back to Fairy Meadow 2-hrs/camp.

Day-20    Trek back to Toto 2-hrs and drive to Chilas 3-4 hrs/hotel.

Day-21    Departure for Islamabad 11-12 hrs/hotel.

Day-22    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-23    Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport).

FAIRY MEADOW NANGA PARBAT TREK

NangaParbat (8125m) the second highest peak in Pakistan and the 9th position in the world, On the bend of Indus and anchoring western corner end of the great Himalayan rang. This 20km long series of peaks and ridges forms a hug massif. It is solitary white appearance visible from the south for at least 100km promoted the name NANGA PARBAT, which means “Nacked Mountain”. It is also known as the “Killer Mountain” of the difficulties to reaching the summit. It has three faces Rupal face, Raikot face and Diamar face. Nanga Parbat has been discover in the nineteenth century 1853) by European and first climbed in 1953 by German mountaineer Harman Buhl. Nanga Parbat rang has more peaks in addition to the main Nanga Parbat (8125m). In the region there are trekking peaks, Jaluper Peak (5206m), North Julliper Peak (5212m), Bulder Peak, Rupal Peak5584m) and more in the trekking routes.

Duration: 9 Max altitude: Max. 4000 m. Suitable Period:                May to October. Trek Difficulty           Easy.

Day-01    Pick from Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Departure for Chilas 465 km and about 11-12 hrs drive/hotel.

Day-03    Drive to Raikot Bridge then transfer to the local Jeeps to the Tato Village, end of Jeep Road. From Tato Village easy walk 2-3 hrs to Fairy Meadow 3280m, overnight at camps.

Day-04    Trek 1-2 hrs to Beyal 3500m/camp.

Day-05    Trek to Nanga Parbat Base Camp 3960m and back to Beyal (5-6 hrs) for overnight.

Day-06    Trek back to Tato 2-3 hrs and drive to Chilas, overnight at hotel.

Day-07    Continue to Islamabad/hotel.

Day-08    Day free in Islamabad.

Day-09    Fly back to homeland.

RUPAL NANGA PARBAT BASE CAMP TREK

NangaParbat (8125m) the second highest peak in Pakistan and the 9th position in the world, On the bend of Indus and anchoring western corner end of the great Himalayan rang. This 20km long series of peaks and ridges forms a hug massif. It is solitary white appearance visible from the south for at least 100km promoted the name NANGA PARBAT, which means “Nacked Mountain”. It is also known as the “Killer Mountain” of the difficulties to reaching the summit. It has three faces Rupal face, Raikot face and Diamar face. Nanga Parbat has been discover in the nineteenth century 1853) by European and first climbed in 1953 by German mountaineer Harman Buhl. Nanga Parbat rang has more peaks in addition to the main Nanga Parbat (8125m). In the region there are trekking peaks, Jaluper Peak (5206m), North Jaluper Peak (5212m), Bulder Peak, Rupal Peak5584m) and more in the trekking routes.

Duration: 10-12 Max altitude:             Max. 4000 m. Suitable Period:             May to October. Trek Difficulty           Easy.

Day-01    Receive at Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway, overnight at hotel.

Day-03    Jeep drive to Trashing- Astor Valley 2911m and about 6-7 hrs drive/camp.

Day-04    Trek 5-6 hrs to Herligkoffer Base Camp 3655m, overnight at the Camps.

Day-05    Day free for local hiking.

Day-06    Trek back to Trashing 4-5 hrs/camp.

Day-07    Drive 2 hrs to Rama Lake/camp.

Day-08    Day at leisure.

Day-09    Departure for Chilas, overnight at hotel.

Day-10    Continue to Islamabad.

Day-11    Full day excursion to Murree and back to Islamabad for overnight.

Day-12    Fly back to homeland, end of our services.

TREKS IN CHITRAL

DARKOT PASS TREK

To start our journey from Islamabad the capital of Pakistan by a mini bus up Gilgit. Traveling on Karakoram Highway is a memorable event. Before heading to Yasin Valley we have excursion to Hunza Valley (which is well known as the valley of eternal youth). It has a lot to attract hearts of tourist from all over the world. People of Hunza are very friendly. After short stay in Hunza our next destination would Yasin another valley where Broshaski Language is spoken. From Gilgit we turn north towards historic Darkot Pass. This pass was used by Korean General Ko Chen-Chi who came to Gilgit with Chinese Army from Central Asian States. After Darkot we will walk for a few days along the Wakhan corridor with excursions of Broghil Pass on the Afghan border. Then we will enter Chitral, two days in Chitral with excursion of Kalash valley. From Chitral we will enter Swat valley. The trip will end in Islamabad the capital of Pakistan. As our jeeps take us deep into valleys, we even leave the jeeps to walk through the mountains to feel their grandeur.

Duration: 12 -15 Max altitude:            Max. 4650 m. Suitable Period:             June to August. Trek Difficulty          Less Strenuous.

Day-01    Pick from Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel.

Day-02    Drive to Besham.

Day-03    Besham to Gilgit.

Day-04    Gilgit to Darkot  via Yasin

Day-05    Darkot Pass Base Camp

Day-06    Over Darkot Pass to Chikar

Day-07    Excursion to Broghil Pass.

Day-08    Trek to Yarkhun

Day-09    Yarkhun to Lasht-Paur

Day-10    Paur – Chitral

Day-11    Chitral, Excursion Kalash Valley.

Day-12    Drive to Swat over Lowari Pass (3200meters)

Day-13    Drive to Peshawar.

Day-14    Peshawar to Islamabad.

Day-15    Fly home (departure).

KALASH VALLEY TREK:

Kalash Valleys situated on the west of Chitral town border with Afghanistan, the Province of Nooristan. Who had been migrated from Nooristan to these valleys in early 3rd BC. They are legendary known the decedent of Macedonians of Alexander the great, who sieged the Afghanistan in 329 BC , Crossed the Hindu Kush to Ghandara region, they had been wounded solders, who left in Afghanistan, became the up original of Creeks. The religion of these inhabitants ore not clear, but they worship the wooden statues as a Goddess. They are celebrating 4 festivals in four seasons, that is Spring, summer, Autumn & Wind, Enjoy the Sunrise drive to Islamabad.

Altitude: In the range of 3000m Duration: 13-15 day Period: April to end of October Trek Difficulty Easy.

Day-01 Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel, sightseeing of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Day-02 Drive to Peshawar & Swat

Day-03 Drive to Chitral

Day-04 Drive to Kalash Valleys

Day-05 Drive to Lua

Day-06 Back and Rest Day at Bhumborat

Day-07 Day at Rambor

Day-08 Drive Back to Chitral

Day-09 Drive to Phandar

Day-10 Arrive at Gilgit

Day-11 Day rest at Gilgit

Day-12 Drive to Islamabad

Day-13 De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-14 Departure from Islamabad (drop to airport)

SHAH JINALI PASS TREK

This trek has very wonderful experience. You will pass through Hindu-kush ranges. On the way back, we will enter Swat valley. The trip will end in Islamabad the capital of Pakistan. As our jeeps take us deep into valleys, we even leave the jeeps to walk through the mountains to feel their grandeur.

Duration: 12 -15 Max altitude:             Max. 4259 m. Suitable Period: June to October. Trek Difficulty Normal.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel

Day-02    Drive to Swat Valley 5-6 hrs/hotel

Day-03    Departure for Chitral 6-7 hrs/ hotel

Day-04    Day free in Chitral

Day-05    Drive to Rau 6-7 hrs/camp

Day-06    Trek to Juniper 4-5 hrs/camp

Day-07    Trek to Shahghari (3300m) 6-7 hrs/camp

Day-08    Trek to Ishpero Dok via Shah Jinali pass (4259m) 4-6 hrs/camp

Day-09    Day free for local exploration in Ishpero Dok

Day-10    Trek to Yashist 4-5 hrs/camp

Day-11    Drive to Chitral 7-8 hrs/hotel

Day-12    Departure for Bomburet in Kalash Valley 2 hrs/hotel or camp

Day-13    Drive to Swat Valley 7-8 hrs

Day-14    Continue to Islamabad via Taket Bahi and Taxila

Day-15    Fly back to (drop to the airport)

TIRCH MIR BASE CAMP TREK

This trek has very wonderful experience. You will pass through Hindu-kush ranges. Tirchmir is the highest mountain of Hindu-Kush range. On the way back, we will enter Swat valley. The trip will end in Islamabad the capital of Pakistan. As our jeeps take us deep into valleys, we even leave the jeeps to walk through the mountains to feel their grandeur.

Duration:20 -22 Max altitude:              Max. 4724 m. Suitable Period:            June to October. Trek Difficulty Normal.

Day-01    Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel

Day-02    Briefings at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-03    Drive to Swat  (960m) 6-7 hrs. Overnight at the hotel

Day-04    Departure for Chitral (1516m) 7-8 hrs, via Lowari Pass (3118m)/hotel

Day-05    Day free in Chitral for local purchasing and visit

Day-06    Jeep drives to Shagrom (2760m) 6-7 hrs/ camp

Day-07    Trek to Sherniak (3540m) 4-5 hrs/camp

Day-08    Trek to Shogar Biasin (4100m) 6-7 hrs/camp

Day-09    Shogar Biesin to Babu Camp (4724m) 7-8 hrs/camp

Day-10    Day free for local exploration

Day-11    Trek back to the Shogar, 5-6 hrs/camp

Day-12    Trek from Shogar to Jangle 4-5 hrs/camp

Day-13    Trek to Shagrom, 5-6 hrs /camp

Day-14    Drive from Shagrom to Chitral 6-7 hrs/ hotel

Day-15    Proceed to Kalash Valley 3-hrs/hotel

Day-16    Continue to Swat 5-6 hrs/hotel

Day-17    Drive to Peshawar 3-hrs/ hotel

Day-18    Departure for Islamabad via Taxila 3- hrs / hotel

Day-19    De-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism

Day-20    Departure from Islamabad

GLACIERS IN THE KARAKORAM

The Karakarams possess above 40 glaciers the longest and important being (Siachen) 46.6 miles, Batura 34 miles and Baltoro 32.5 miles and other glaciers named Godwin Austin, Biafo Hisper, Chogolisa, Godogoro, Biarchedi Kaberi, Vigne, Hispar, Bilafond, Virjerb, Yazgil, Khuany others.

SIACHEN GLACIER

The Siachen measures approximately 75km in length and 4.8km in width, and rises to about 4,800m. The glacier originates near the Indra Koli Pass on the Pakistan-China border, about 70km southeast of K-2 , the second highest peak in the world. this glacier is discovered in 1907 and is the largest glacier in the world outside the polar regions. This glacier lies in the extreme north-central part of Jammu and Kashmir near the border of India and Tibet, on the north-facing slopes of the Karakoram range. Large tributary glaciers like the Shelkar Chorten and Mamostang feed into the main glacier. The central part of this glacier is a vast snowfield, however, the sides of the glacier are strewn with rocks.

The Rimo glacier consist of three glaciers ( North , Central and South) lies to the east of the Siachen and located at an altitude of between 6,000 and 7000 m above sea level. Between them, these glaciers have almost 700 square kilometers of ice which at places is 100 m deep. Thus the Siachen glacier contains about 2,000 square kilometers of ice surface and almost 200 cubic kilometers of ice. This tract is more or less devoid of a vegetative cover due to its high elevation as well as its latitude. It feeds the Mutzgah or Shaksgam River that flows parallel to the Karakoram range before entering into Tibet.

The Siachen glacier can be approached via Sakardu in Ladakh.

The Saltoro Pass, also known as Bilafond La (“Pass of the Butterflies”) has a unique history. In early 14th century, it was traversed by the Muslim saint Syed Ali Hamadani, who traveled from Kashmir through Shigar to Kashgar in Central Asia, spreading Islam en route. In the 16th century, a Turkish Sultan, Abu Sayid, invaded Ladakh from China through this pass. Domination of these strategic passes is a key to control the surrounding areas. The Saltoro Range inside Pakistan provides access to Siachen through five passes, i.e., Sia La (7,300m), Bilafond La (6,160m), Gyong La (5,640m), Yarma La (6,100m) and Chulung La (5,800m). These heights and passes, remain snowbound throughout the year.

BALTORO GLACIER

The second largest glacier in the Himalaya, the Baltoro glacier is situated on the southern slopes of the central Karakoram range in the Baltistan area of Jammu and Kashmir. Large tributary glaciers include a glacier from the southwestern slopes of the Gasherbrum peak and a tributary glacier from the northwestern slope of the Masherbrum peak, both in the Karakoram, are fed into Baltoro stretching its length about 62 kms. This glacier is one of the sources of Shigar River, a tributary of the River Indus.

BIAFO GLACIER

The Biafo glacier has a length of about 60 km and is located on the south-facing slopes of the Karakoram range in the Baltistan and Ladakh. It  is fed by small glaciers at different points. No vegetation is seen on this tract. The main stream of this glacier rises the Shigar River. The Biafo glacier can be approached via Sakardu in Ladakh.

NUBRA GLACIER

The Nubra glacier is a large glacier and is located on the southern slopes of the Karakoram range in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. Large tributary glaciers include valley glaciers from the northwestern slopes of the Sasser La massif and the southeastern slopes of the Karakoram range feed this glacier. also some small glaciers are fed into it. The central part of this glacier consists of a vast snowfield. while lateral moraines are found along the flanks and at the main glacier. This glacier gives rise to the Nubra River which in turn flows into the Shyok river.

RAKAPOSHI GLACIER

This glacier is located on the lower slopes of the Karakoram range in Gilgit. It is tenanted on the north-facing slopes of the Rakaposhi massif. The Rakaposhi glacier feeds an eastern tributary of the Hunza River, which in turn flows into the Indus River. The Rakaposhi glacier lies in a

trough whose bottom gently slopes towards the north and northwest. This glacier can be approached via Gilgit in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir.

CHONG KUMDAN GLACIER

The Chong Kumdan glacier is situated on the lower slopes of the Karakoram range. It is located in a trough that is surrounded by high peaks on all sides. The melt-water falls into the Shyok River which at the end goes into the Indus River. The Gapshan lake was formed as a result of the blockade of the Shyok river by the glacier but later it drained away due to melting of the ice. This glacier can be approached via Sakardu in Ladakh.

SALTORO GLACIER

The Saltoro glacier is located on the southern slopes of the Karakoram range in Ladakh. This glacier feeds one of the two main streams of the Saltoro River, which falls into the Shyok River.

GASHERBRUM GLACIER

Lying at the base of the Gasherbrum peak, the Gasherbrum glacier having the length of 26 kms, is located on the southern slopes of the Karakoram range in the Baltistan area of Ladakh.  Small valley Glaciers open into the main glacier. No vegetative cover is found due to extreme weather conditions. This glacier can be approached via Sakardu in Ladakh.

HISPAR GLACIER

The Hispar glacier is the third largest glacier in the Himalayan region situated on the southern slopes of the Karakoram range in the Baltistan area of Ladakh. This large glacier is fed by a number of small glaciers stretching its length into about 60 kms. The central portion of this glacier is a vast snowfield while its sides contain debris eroded by the huge body of moving ice. This glacier feeds the main stream of the Shigar River that falls into the mighty Indus River.  No vegetation is found on the entire tract. The Hispar glacier can be approached via Sakardu in Ladakh.

CONCORDIA

The meeting place of the Godwin-Austin Glaciers, Baltoro and Upper Baltoro is called the Concordia. Mountain loving people and climbers consider it the most worth seeing and most impressive point vis a vis mountain environment on earth.

DUNGE GLACIER

This is a small glacier provides a base for approaching Baltoro glacier. This glacier feeds the main lower Baltoro glacier. it provides very beautiful view of surrounding mountains. A very beautiful camp site is at the base of huge granite slabs rising thousands of feet above a small lake!

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