The land of the Pure
Explore Phenomenal Pakistan
Home of highest mountains K-2 (8611), Gasherbrum-I (8,068 m), Broad Peak (8,047 m) and Gasherbrum-II (8,035 m). and the killer mountain, Nanga Parbat (8,126 meters). 80 peaks over 7,000 meters and numerous over 6,000m. Abode of some of the longest glaciers outside Polar region; Siachen (72 kilometers), Hispar (61 kilometers), Biafo (60 kilometers), Baltoro (60 kilometers) and Batura (64 kilometers) and all this is present in a radius of 180 km. In north, after the harsh winters end the scenery totally changes in Pakistan particularly the northern region. One can experience the four seasons here and in every period the excellence of this region is distinct and engaging. Indeed, an enormous number of tourists from around the globe visit yearly to capture the colors of Pakistan.
Kashmir, a place where you can have a look at the paradise while on earth. It is home to numerous and wonderful scenes. Among them is the pleasant Neelam valley, wrapped with rich green woods, encompassed by hills on the two sides and the thundering waterway streaming in the middle. Amid the visit, you will meander through some lovely places like Sharda, Kel, Arang Kel, Keran and Kutton. This tour isn't appropriate for foreigner tourists as no foreign nationals are allowed here as per the government's orders.
Apr - Nov
Pakistan, particularly the northern region is known in the world for its gorgeous floras and the meadows enveloped with the blooming flowers. The Gilgit-Hunza locale changes its landscapes with each season, and one can experience the four seasons here and in every period the excellence of this region is distinct and engaging. Indeed, an enormous number of tourists from around the globe visit this place yearly to capture the colors of blossom.
Amid this journey, you will get a chance to witness the concealed excellence of Chitral located in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Packed with 40 peaks above 6000m including the enormous Tirich Mir 7726m—the highest peak of the Hindu Kush, you will surely enjoy the scenery. Kalasha valleys are inhabited by the Kalash people, also called Waigali or Wai and as "Kafirs" are a Dardic Indo-Aryan indigenous people. They also claim to be the descendants of Alexander the great. The alluring attraction of this region is the Chilam Joshi festival. This festival is solely celebrated to welcome the spring season after the harsh winters; the valley becomes lively.
The name itself portrays this place. Fairy Meadows, a place which resembles an imaginary scene from a fantasy. It is situated close to one of the base camps of Nanga Parbat – the killer mountain. This grassland is surrounded by dense thick alpine forest and lush green pastures where animals graze on. The beauty of the scenery is signified due to the panoramic view of Nanga Parbat. To approach Fairy Meadows, first we will ride on jeep four to five hours; from Raikot Bridge to Tato village. Then, we will start to hike towards Fairy Meadows for roughly three to four hours.
Autumn of Northern Pakistan is considered to be amongst the best of the world. Hunza is the place where you can witness Pakistan in golden shades. Shades of the leaves from red to green from orange to red wraps you. Blue green water streams make an astounding impact with the vibrant colors of autumn. During this trip, we will drive through the magnificent Karakoram Highway and you will get a chance to ponder upon the gigantic Ultar, Hunza Dome, Spantik and Diran, famous peaks surrounding Karimabad, while Rakaposhi at 7788m dominates the whole panorama.
All year round
Pakistan is home to some heavenly and charming valleys. One of them is the Kaghan Valley, located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The valley is stacked with some picturesque lakes; the well-known Saif Ul Malook lake and Lulusar Lake are one of the main attractions of this visit. Naran is the focal point of Kaghan Valley located on the upper side of Kaghan valley, where the Kunhar river streams; the trout fish is an acclaimed delicacy of this place. The valley is surrounded by dense forest and the nature lovers who want to enjoy the serene and calm atmosphere should experience this valley for once in their lifetime.
Historically and religiously Swat Valley is considered to be a vital destination. Once, Swat was a major center of early Buddhism and a part of the Gandhara kingdom. Today, this locale is partially filled with the dissipated remnants and stupas from the past time, including Takh-e-Bahi – a Buddhist monastery, Butkara and some more. This place is not only historically significant but also due to its impeccable sceneries. We will traverse through some exceptional looking landscapes including Malam Jabba, Kalam, Miandam, Saidu Sharif and many more. Likewise, the traditional delicacies and the cultural heritage will make the entire visit a noteworthy visit.
All year round
Witness the zealous flag ceremony at Wagha Border, known as Attari Border from Indian side and Wagha border from Pakistan's site. The ceremony takes place every day and the security forces on both the sides show their daring parade, while people of their respective country cheer and enchant in the background. Moreover, amid this journey, we will perform sightseeing of some famous UNESCO's world heritage sites from the Mughal Empire, including the Badshahi Mosque and Lahore Fort.
All year round
A border between two neighboring countries India and Pakistan. Known as Attari border from Indian's side and Wagha border from Pakistan's side. Here, one can observe the zestful flag lowering ceremony performed every day before sunset. Through this tour, you can witness the patriotic nature of the people on both sides of the border and their love towards their country. In addition, this journey also covers some breathtaking sites from the ever gold Mughal heritage, which can be witnessed in Lahore City. From Badhshahi mosque to Shahi Hammam, here one can visualize the lives of the Emperors from the Mughal era.
All year round
TREKKING in PAKISTAN
The trek begins at the Hopper village of Nagar and traverses the Hopper and Barpu glaciers to reach the entrancing Rush lake (4,694m) – highest lake of Pakistan and 25th highest in the world. A free day allows you to climb the Rush peak, above 5000m. The views of the Golden peak (Spantik), Caple's dome and Ultar Sar are amongst the highlights of this trek.
Jun - Oct
The classical trek along Baltoro to the K-2 Base camp offers spectacular views of Trango Towers, Broad Peak(8048m), K-2(8616m), Masherbrum(7821m), Gasherbrum 1 (8080m) & Gasherbrum 2 (8035m), and Laila peak(6096m) among many others. All of these gigantic and majestic mountains can be seen while camping at the well-known Concordia.
Jun - Oct
The trek will start along Baltoro to the Broad Peak base camp offering spectacular views of , Broad Peak(8048m), K-2(8616m), Masherbrum(7821m), Gasherbrum 1 (8080m) & Gasherbrum 2 and many others. Broad Peak is the 12th highest mountain in the world having a summit over 1.5 km long, thus given the name "Broad Peak".
Jun - Oct