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Snow Lake Hispar Pass Trek: Perhaps the most remote trek up in the north of Pakistan. You will not see many people in this lonely wilderness in which you will experience a true meeting with nature in its purest form. For the first 40 years […]

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21 Days

Adjacent to the Gilgit city is a detour to the fabled fairyland known as Hunza. The city of Aliabad serves as the commercial and cultural hub of Hunza. The two world-famous forts, namely Altit and Baltit fort are run under the Mir of Hunza. The […]

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Nanga Parbat (8125m) Diamir Face Expedition (Pakistan) Nanga Parbat, in the Sanskrit language for “Nude Mountain”, is so named because some of its slopes are so steep that they are bereft of vegetation and snow. According to the local old legend, Nanga Parbat is also […]

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Passu Peak (7478 m): There are about 4/5 Passu Peaks in that range but two of them are above 7000 meters. Passu 1 is 7478m & Passu II is 7285m. The difference in heights is less than 200m so there is no difference in climbing […]

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Ultar Peak (7388m) (the magnificent mountain) lies in the heart of Hunza Valley and is in the Batura chain of peaks which starts from Chalt village (Bar valley) to Kampir Dior in Kurumbar valley. This beautiful mountain is surrounded by Lady Finger, Marble Peak, Harchinder […]

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Gasherbrum III (7952m) is a summit in the Gasherbrum massif of the Baltoro Muztagh, a subrange of the Karakoram on the border between Northern Areas of Pakistan and Xinjiang, China, in the region of Baltistan. It is situated between Gasherbrum II and IV. Gasherbrum III […]

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Real travelers are always in search of real-life experiences. While in Pamirs, enjoying a safari on a yak brings you closer to local culture and lifestyle that locals lead in Shimshal, Passu, and Chupesion. Yak, or dong as Shimshal call it, happens to be the […]

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14 days jeep safari, 3 nights camping, and 10 nights at hotels. We use soft-top 4×4 jeeps to explore the remote valleys of the two highest mountain ranges of the world: Karakoram & Himalayas. As our jeeps take us deep into valleys, we even leave […]

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14 Days

Shandur is often called the ‘Roof of the World’. The top is a table-like plateau and can be accessed between late April and early November. As a tradition, teams from Gilgit and Chitral compete for an annual polo match on this, the highest polo field […]

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Shimshal Kuch Festival is one of the most important and well-celebrated festivals in Shimshal, a remote village in upper Hunza when the people of Shimshal bring their livestock to high Pamir pastures where they live for five months grazing them. During this time they collect […]

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A breathtaking overland journey (Overland Journey Hunza, Gojal & Gandhara) that originates in Islamabad, then along the Karakoram highway. We then reach the divine and sublime Hunza Valley, en route to the Khunjerab Pass – the northern border along China. At 4733m this is not […]

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Sikh Pilgrimages in the Sikh Holy Land of Punjab Day 01 Arrival in Lahore. Pick-up from Airport / Wagah Border / Lahore Railway Station. Transfer to the hotel. Day 02 Drive to Kartarpur, Narowal. 119 km from Lahore via Lahore – Muridke Road. Whole day […]

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K2 THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE (8611m): The Karakoram in the Turkish language means “Black Rubble”. In 1856 A.D. Capt. Montgomerie surveyed a number of peaks in the Baltoro area of the Karakoram from a distance of about 200km. He explored a cluster of high peaks and […]

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SONIA PEAK Situated in the heart of the Karakoram range in Shimshal, the remotest valley in the whole range. The mountains are some of the toughest, with some of the high virgin peaks lying here. You start the trip in Islamabad and drive on legendary […]

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Spantik Peak (7027m) is known by various names for its beauty and grandeur. The northwestern face on the Nagar side with its bright red color of the golden pillar is called “Ghenish Chhish”, which in Brushaski (local language) means Golden Mountain. Ganesh in Broshaski also […]

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The peak is called Minapin as well as Diran. It is situated in Rakaposhi and Haramosh Mountain region near the Minapin, Hinarchi and Baultar Glaciers and it is easily accessible because of the Karakoram Highway. Diran Peak (7268 m) is one of the fascinating peaks […]

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Gasherbrum II (8035 m) is also known as The Shining Wall. It was first climbed in 1956 by the Austrian Karakoram expedition, led by Fritz Moravec. From Concordia, it is a day walk to the base camp of G 2. There are six peaks in […]

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Broad Peak (8047m) is named for the immense bulk of its peak. It has a strong presence in its environs. Its local name is ‘Falchan Kangri’. Upon arriving in Islamabad, we then fly to a mountain town called Skardu or if the weather is inclement, […]

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