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Baltoro and Concordia Trek

At the heart of the Karakorum, the glacial junction known as Concordia is dominated by huge, encircling peaks. Just 10 kilometres from the precipitous face of K2 (8611m / 28,251ft) and nearer still to Broad Peak (8047m / 26,401ft) and the stupendous Gasherbrum IV, this is unquestionably one of th

Mazeno Pass and Around Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat is also located where the continents have collided. Here the Indian plate is going under the Asian plate at a rate of about few inches a year. Consequently, Nanga Parbat is still rising. In fact it is the fastest rising mountain in the world!
This is a land of superlatives. The

Shahjinali and Chilinji Pass Trek

This trek takes us to Northern Chitral and runs on the edge of the famous Wakhan Corridor. The corridor was deliberately made as a buffer zone to curtail the advancing Russian influence into British India during the 18th century.
The beauty of this trek cannot be described in words. If you h

Hispar Pass and Snow Lake Trek

Truly, one of the most remote treks in the mountains. You do not expect to see many people in this remote wilderness. Here you have a true rendezvous with nature in its purest form. For the first forty years of this century explores believed that snow lake was an ice-cap, from which glaciers flow

Shimshal and Chapchingol Pass Trek

If you are interested in seeing the mighty Karakorams from the north, then you must visit Shimshal. This last remnant of true Hunza culture exists near Pakistan’s Pamir east of the town of Passu in upper Hunza valley.
Our walk begins at Shimshal. At each step we are amazed how a path h

Masherbrum Base Camp Trek

IN 1935 the returning members of the Saltoro Kangri (Peak 36) expedition saw the great peak of Masherbrum, 25,660 feet, from near Khapalu on the Shyok river. It rose to the north, 40 miles away, at the head of the Hushe glen.
The memory of that view lived, and towards the end of 1937 James W

Thalay La Trek

Thalley La trek in the foot hills of great Karakoram is one of the most popular short trek in Baltistan region which meander through Khaplu and Shiger Valleys. These Valleys are very popular for fruit orchards and lush green beauty full of alpine flowers during the summer. The trekking trails run

Nanga parbat and rupal trek


An unmistakable feature of the Gilgit Baltistan region is massive Nanga Parbat, 8125m high and rising by 7mm every year, faster than almost any other part of the Himalaya chain. The sharpest elevation differences found anywhere on earth are here: almost seven vertical kilometres fr

Patundas and Passu 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, Dast

Three Passes of Wakhan

Lying close to Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan and forming a natural divide between the Hindu Kush and Hindu Raj ranges, the Yarkhun Valley has been accessible to outside visitors only since the early 1990’s. From the historically fascinating outpost of Chitral, our itinerary follo

Tirich Mir Base Camp

Reminiscent to the Baltoro glacier trek, but much shorter, this trek delights fans of big mountains and mighty glaciers. It is a demanding trek where you are off and on the lower Tirich glacier trekking right into the very centre of the high Hindukush mountains to the base camp of Tirich Mir 7708

Rush lake

This is a beautiful trek to Rush Lake at 4694 m with the ascent of Rush Peak (5200 m). Rush is one of the highest alpine lakes in Pakistan. It is located about 15 km north of Miar Peak and Spantik (Golden Peak). Rush Lake and Rush Peak can be reached via Nagar and Hopar and via the Hopar Glacier

Naltar Pass

The Naltar Valley is a rarely visited, but beautiful valley just north of Gilgit. The drive from Gilgit to Naltar is dry and dusty, but as the road winds deeper into the valley, more and more greenery begins to show, finally revealing a small village nestled in meadows and pine trees below impres

Rakaposhi/Tagpari Trek

The Rakaposhi Trek is an excellent option for those who want to trek, but don’t have much time. It is one of the easiest approaches to a 7000m peak in the world and offers incredible scenery along the way. Rakaposhi Base Camp is a beautiful meadow in the sheltered valley between the Minapin

Haramosh Pass

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,

K2 Expedition

In Reinhold Messner’s opinion, K-2 is the most impressive but the most difficult peak in the world. It is perhaps for this reason that the locals call it Chogori, ‘the king of mountains’. K2 has variously been described as the “awesome”,

Broad Peak Expedition

 Broad Peak is with 8051 meters the 12-th heighest mountain in the world. It towers above the Concordia at the heart of the Karakorum range. It is part of the Gasherbrum massif on the border of Pakistan-China. The first westerner who saw the peak was probably Lie

Nanga Parbat Expedition

Nanga Parbat, which means “naked mountain” in Urdu, is the world’s ninth highest mountain. It is also called Diamir, the “Dwelling Place of the Fairies”. German mountaineers once dubbed it their “Mountain of Destiny”. The Nang

Gasherbrum I and II Expedition

Gasherbrum II is 8035m high and also known as K4 or G2. It is the 13th highest mountain on Earth and the third highest peak of the Gasherbrum massif, located in the Karakoram range of the Himalaya. Gasherbrum is Balti for “Beautiful Mountain;” rgasha beaut

Spantik Peak Expedition

The Spantik that is also called the Golden Peak is the part of the mountain chain, which forms the boundary between Nager and Arandu Baltistan this is one of the quieter parts of the Karakoram. The first attempt to climb the peak was made in 1899 via the Southeast rid

Masherbrum Peak Expedition

IN 1935 the returning members of the Saltoro Kangri (Peak 36) expedition saw the great peak of Masherbrum, 25,660 feet, from near Khapalu on the Shyok river. It rose to the north, 40 miles away, at the head of the Hushe glen.
The memory of that view lived, and to

Passu Peak Expedition

Passu peak situated at the extreme west of Batura Mouztagh at upper Hunza beyond Passu village about one hundred km beyond the china border and 150 km from Gilgit its on the Karakorum high way clearly visible, the surrounding peaks are Batura-I 7885m Shisper 7619m, Ba

Trango Towers Climb

Those who have passed through the small camping spot of Urdukas on the way to the higher giants of K-2, the Gasherbrums, or Broad Peak may have seen the Trango Tower massif across the mighty Baltoro Glacier. The east face of Great Trango Tower and Nameless Tower (AKA:

Silk Route Explorers

Between the Central Asian desert and the plains of Pakistan is a geographical vortex that is rich with history, natural beauty and cultural diversity. In this ‘collision zone’ of the Indian and Asian continents, the Pamir, Kunlun, Hindukush, Karakoram and Great Himalaya ranges are kno

Fairy Meadows and Kingdom of Hunza

Fairy meadows, so named because of local superstition that fairies inhabit this spectacularly forested alpine meadow, is a wonderful setting from where to explore Nanga Parbat. One will drive from Gilgit to Fairy Point, and from there walk a few hours to fairy  meadows. Shepherd’s huts

Gandhara Trails

The Kingdom of Gandhara or “the land of fragrance” was composed of the area starting from the west of Indus in Pakistan and north of Kabul in Afghanistan. Taxila was the capital and main cultural Hub. It included cities of Mankiala, Peshawar, Swat valley, Buner, Dir and Bajaur in pres

Kafiristan to Baltistan

The Valley of kafiristan or kafirstan is old name of Nuristan valley, which is situated in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The Kafiristan valley enjoys a central geographical location bounded by Chitral, Kunar Valley and Alishang River.
Baltistan, called Balti-yul by its i

Shandur polo Fastival

The three-day sporting and entertainment event, called as Shandur Polo Festival, takes place on the high altitude ground, which is the highest polo ground in the world, every year in July. The festival features exquisite, thrilling and spectacular polo matches between teams of Chitral and Gilgit,

Phoo Fastival

Phoo festival, is only held in Birir around end of September to celeberate the grape and walnut harvest. Grape being a staple requirement in the Kalash society for making wine are grown on trees in protected sites. The holy tree being the best for such climbers. They are picked through out the va

ChilimJusht Fastival

“Joshi /Chilimjusht” the spring festival, in the middle of May lasts for four days. . The spring festival honours the fairies and also safeguards the goats and shepherds before they go to the pastures. Before the festival the women and girls gather from all over the valley and decorat

Uchal Fastival

Uchal festival, in Augusts marking the harvest of wheat and barley and bringing down of cheese from the high summer pastures. It is celebrated in Rumbur and Bumboret . Earlier in July it starts as the “ Ranat” with dances held on alternate days performed by the young girls and boys in

Jeep Safari North

A safari to the Northern Areas of Pakistan, a land with welcoming people; a Karakorum High way Jeep safari ( Rakaposhi peak)land that homes some of world’s highest mountains and longest glaciers also it inhibits some of untouched cultures of the world. The adventure is a blend of culture, h

Jeep Safari Deosai

Deosai means Land of Giants. It is among the highest plateaus in the world. Above the tree line and at an average height of 13,500 feet above sea level, the Deosai Plains are among the highest plateaus in the world.
The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Pakistan offer some exciting

Camel Safari

Lahore, the cultural capital of Pakistan, explore some of the finest examples of Mughal architecture in Pakistan. Explore the old Walled City that once used to have 12 gates and a 9-meter high defensive wall and visit the lovely Wazir Khan Mosque with its superb frescoes and inlay pottery decorat

Cycling on Karakurom Highway

The Karakoram Highway is one of the world’s great roads, and also a classic bike touring route.
The scenery is nothing less than stunning, from soaring mountains to tiny villages wedged into valleys. The people are welcoming and the cycling is both challenging and incredibly rewarding.

Cycling in Karakurom & Hindukush

Imagine cycling through a mountain paradise of peaks over 7,000 meters with glaciers almost touching the road and inhabited by people so friendly that it is not unusual to be offered tea as a gesture of hospitality when you stop for a break. Well, this tour offers this and more. The KKH is a drea

Eco Tour

In Pakistan, Eco Tourism is
a very significant part of the
tourism industry as Pakistan is
a country laden with numerous
eco tourism destinations, - gorgeous
passes, lofty mountains,
tranquil lakes, so on and so
Additionally, Pakistan can also

Pakistan Ancient Civilisations

Pakistan is known as a cradle of civilization. The Indus Civilization developed around 3,000 BC and the dates of the earlier Kot Diji cultures, of the pre-Indus period, approximately 3300-2800 BC and flourished for a period of about fifteen hundred years. There are nearly 4,000 specimens of a scr

Archaeological Tour

The IndusRiver and SarasvatiRiver valleys of India and Pakistan were the home to the ancient civilization of Moenjo-Daro and Harappa. Archaeologists discovered two 4000-year-old cities, 400 miles apart, along the banks of the IndusRiver in Pakistan. These expertly constructed cities were parts of

Sikh Pilgrimage Tour

The history of the Sikh religion traces its roots to a place called Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, earlier known as Talwandi. The birth place of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev, Nankana Sahib is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites in Pakistan. The pilgrimage site is about 75 kilometers from L

Pakistan Cultural Tour

If one finds the imprints of the Mughal architecture on vario

Xinjiang Desert Tour

  For centuries Tibet remained the inaccessible goal of numerous intrepid, determined and hardy explorers. While Lhasa is no longer a secret city, it remains mystical, and the ancient route west along the top of the Himalayas to the desert oasis of Kashgar is hardly ever travelled beyond the

Charming Xinjiang Tour
Silk Road Cultural Tour
Xinjiang Cultural Tour
Xinjiang Folklore Tour
Ancient Silk Road
Cycle to Maztagh-Ata
Crossing the Taklimakan desert tour
Kongur peak expedition
Kvongur Peak Adventure Tour
08 Days Hunza and Skardu
Hunza Panorama

Hunza, a remote mountain kingdom, may have been the inspiration behind James Hilton's "Shangri-La." The area opened up in the 1970s following the completion of the Karakoram Highway (KKH); an engineering marvel tracing the old silk route from Pakistan into China.

The fair skinned and ligh

Lahore & Kingdom of Hunza

Truly, one of the most remote treks in the mountains. You do not expect to see many people in this remote wilderness. Here you have a true rendezvous with nature in its purest form. For the first forty years of this century explores believed that snow lake was an ice-cap, from which glaciers flow

10 Days Hunza and Skardu
Shangri-la Hunza (13 Days)
Batura Peak Expedition

The highest peak in the Batura Range is Batura I with 7,785 meters. In 1947, RCF Schomberg explored the southern approaches to Batura from Baltar and Kukuay glaciers and found them blocked by a sheer mountain wall of a height of nearly 6,000ft. Earlier, in September 1925, a strong survey-explorat

Diran Peak Expedition

Diran is situated between Rakaposhi & Haramosh Massif of Karakoram Range, one of the most beautiful mountain in Nagar valley with easy climb of its snow dome.

This peak has a reputation for its treacherous storms and avalanches. Sitting beside the Rak

Muztagh Tower Expedition

The 1881 treaty between Russia and China provided complete freedom of commerce between two countries. As a result,  Russian caravans started bringing goods into eastern Turkistan. British Empire was not lagging behind in the war of shadows.

Young husband

Minglik Sar Expedition

Minglig Sar (6050m) is located in the Shimshal Valley in Hunza neighboring the Chinese southern most mountain range Kun Lun.  Shimshal Lake sits at the base of the mountain near the Shimshal Pass(4735m).

This exciting trip takes you through the Shimshal g

Tirich Mir 7706M Expedition

Tirich Mir (alternatively Terich Mir, Terichmir and Turch Mir) is the highest mountain of the Hindu KushRange and the highest mountain outside of the Himalaya-Karakoram range, located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The mountain w

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