12 Days Nothern Pakistan Islamabad Gilgit Hunza & Skardu tour
Day 01 Meet upon arrival at Islamabad airport transfer to hotel, afternoon tour of Islamabad Overnight
Day 02 Drive to Besham en-route visit Taxila Museum and site, Abbottabad and Mansehra Overnight at PTDC hotel.
Day 03 Morning Drive along the Karakorum highway to Gilgit, stop at several breathtaking views Overnight Riveria hotel.
Day 04 Morning explore Gilgit visit the Bazaar and Kargah Buddha Afternoon Drive to Hunza on arrival tour of Karimabad (Baltit Fort) Overnight at Hunza Embassy hotel.
Day 05 Full day excursion to Upper Hunza visit Gulmit, Passu, Sost and Khunjerab pass at 16000 feet above sea level overnight at hotel.
Day 06 Drive to Skardu Overnight at PTDC hotel.
Day 07 Morning visit Skardu fort and bazaar, afternoon visit the Shangri-la lake etc Overnight at hotel.
Day 08 Drive to Khaplu later excursion to Machlu overnight at PTDC hotel Khaplu
Day 09 Morning excursion to Shigar fort later drive to Skardu visit Sadpara lake Overnight at PTDC hotel.
Day 10 Drive to Chilas Overnight at hotel.
Day 11 Drive to Islamabad Overnight at hotel.
Day 12 Transfer to airport for flight to home.
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If you are an adventure junkie, then you should not miss out on the experience of Danyore suspension bridge. The bridge constructed over a half century ago and it enters a tunnel constructed by locals without any proper civil engineering equipments.
Kargah Buddha is an archaeological site located about 6 miles (9.7 km) outside of Gilgit, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is a carved image of a large standing Buddha in the cliff-face in Karghah Nala.The carving, which is in a style also found in Baltistan, probably dates to the 7th century.
Naltar is dense pine forest valley with magnificent landscapes, green vegetation, wildlife, flowers, snow-covered mountains, lakes, streams and echoing with the chirping of numerous birds. Naltar is 40 km from Gilgit city and can be reached by jeeps and also famous for skiing activities in the winter.
THIS EXCURSION IS FOR THE ADVENTURE LOVER.
This is one of the most exciting journeys to Gilgit Baltistan. It covers the stunning valley’s of Skardu, Shigar and Khaplu in Baltistan. Deosai plain is also par of this journey which a majestic plain having Sheosar lake which is above 4000meters. It also takes you to the most beautiful valleys of Gilgit including Hunza, Gojal and Nagar valley. We will be visiting the stunning Hussainabad village.
There is a stunning rock at Hussain-abad Broq Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan, from where you can see the entire aerial view of Skardu Valley and some part of Shigar Valley. The rock formation is like Trolltunga Norway. The Hussainabad BroQ is a rock formation, located above 4000 meters and is located in upper valley of hussainabad BroQ in skardu.
Drained by the Indus River and tributaries such as the Shyok River, Baltistan is situated on the high Ladakh Plateau and contains the loftiest peaks of the Karakoram Range-K2 .
Baltistan is chiefly inhabited by Baltis, Muslim tribes of Tibetan origin. The Balti people are known to be friendly and peace loving. You will always see a warm smile on their faces. Baltistan is rich in culture which can be proved by the number of historic places and remnants of forts located in this region. These regions are greatly influenced by the Buddha as you can see a variety of Buddha inscriptions and remnants. The famous Shigar Fort is located at 32 km from Skardu city. It was built around 400 years ago. This particular fort is well kept and is the centre of tourist attraction. Half of the fort has been converted into a motel, where one can stay and experience the royalty. Kharpocho Fort is located on a hill near the main Skardu city and whole of the city can be seen from the fort. Chaqchan Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Pakistan and listed as a heritage site by the government, the wooden structure is a vibrant mix of Persian, Kashmiri and Tibetan architecture, and has stood for almost 700 years. Khaplu Fort located in Khaplu is one of the historical forts built in 1840 and restored by The Aga Khan trust for culture.
Paths to some of the world’s highest mountains that includes K2, K3, and Gasherbrum; all are connected through this valley. These towering mountains attract thousands of climbers from all over the world each year; some have even lost their lives in efforts to summit these steep climbs.