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Swat, a land that shines with fruit-laden orchards, flower-filled slopes, meandering rivers, rumbling streams and is surrounded by the mighty ranges of the Hindu Kush and Himalayas. The valley is about 5000 feet above sea level, Saidu Sharif and Mingora […]

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Lahore is the 2nd biggest city in Pakistan. It is situated on the banks of River Ravi. The land of Ali Hajwiri, better known as Daata Sahib, a saint who arrived here in the 11th century. A truly historic city […]

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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 […]

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Karachi is the gateway to Pakistan. It is home to the biggest airport and seaport of Pakistan. The major attractions in Karachi are The National Museum, Frere Hall, Tooba Mosque also known as Gol (round) masjid. The father of the […]

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We have a four-day tour of the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Islamabad is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, whereas Rawalpindi is a garrison town. The main attractions in Islamabad are the Lok Virsa Museum […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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The Kalash is a pagan minority residing in the Chitral district of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The Kalashas, as the locals are called, live in three valleys of Chitral namely, Rumbur, Bamburet, and Birir. The Rumbur and Bamburet form […]

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The Kaghan Valley is one of the most beautiful places in Pakistan and is reminiscent of the alpine scenery of Europe. There are many hill stations in this picturesque valley. Balakot, where the Kaghan Valley begins, is four hours’ drive […]

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Kalash Valley is situated in District Chitral of province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Three valleys are named Bumburet, Rumbur, and Birir. These valleys are famous for Kalash people which are the oldest tribe of South Asia and well known throughout the […]

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The most imposing sight along the historic Karakoram Highway is undoubtedly Nanga Parbat (8125m), the ninth highest peak in the world. When approaching the north, a narrow jeep track leads you to Tatto Village. This is the point where the […]

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