Day 01 Arrival in Islamabad Transfer, Night in hotel.
Day 02 Drive to Besham. Night in hotel.
Day 03 Drive to Gilgit. Night in hotel.
Day 04 Drive to Sost. Night in hotel.
Day 05 Drive to Baba Gundi by jeep. Night in tent.
Day 06 Trek to Sakar sar BC. Night in tent
Day 07-21 15 days for acclimatization and climbing.
Day 22 Trek back to Baba Gundi, night in camp.
Day 23 Drive to Sost and then to Karimabad, night in hotel
Day 24 Drive to Besham and night in hotel.
Day 25 Drive to Islamabad and overnight at hotel.
Day 26 Fly out. Transfer to airport for your return flight sweet home
Following is our quote for the above mentioned tour in US$
15 & Above Pax + 1 FOC: $ Half Twin Per Person
08 - 14 Pax : $ Half Twin Per Person
06 - 07 Pax: $ Half Twin Per Person
04 - 05 Pax : $ Half Twin Per Person
02 - 03 Pax : $ Half Twin Per Person
Single room/tent Supplement: $ Per Single.
Flight from Islamabad to Gilgit & Gilgit to Islamabad is a mountain flight and subjected to weather, so it is better to plan your trip by road.
Current Air Fare:
Islamabad – Gilgit : $ Per Person.
Services not included:
GEAR & Clothing:
While on an organized trek, it is best to pack all items for your trip in one large piece and one carry on. The large piece must be a duffel bag (weighing not more than 12.5 Kg.) because duffels are easier for porters to carry. A small day pack is suggested as carry-on to keep items that you will use during while on the trek, bus or jeep.
Packing list for your Duffel.
With your knowledge of Pakistani culture you are well aware of precautions to be taken while traveling through remote areas. Cloths for the trek should be durable, comfortable and easy to wash and dry. In good weather you will spend much of your time in a T-shirt or medium shirt and outdoor trousers. You will need warmer clothes for evening in the camps. Temperature falls rapidly as soon the sun goes down.
Men could wear shorts once we are through the populated areas, that means from the third day of trek. Women are advise to use cotton shalwar kameez (loose long shirts and baggy trousers) the traditional Pakistani dress, as these are comfortable during warm conditions, and also appreciated & respected by the locals.