Ghizer Valley Tour Package 7 Days
Ghizer Valley One of best tourist destination in north areas of Pakistan .a land of colorful water, dotted with trees, deep blue sky, and green fields. Gupis Yasin & Phundar are main valleys of ghizer district
Khalti Lake is an artificial lake was formed due to stretch of river near the village of Khalti. The dark blue waters of lake during summer look very charming. The lake usually freezes during winter, it becomes crystal-clear and villagers of Khalti use to walk on it.
A twisting road passing through lush green fields & forests with a view of flowing river and icy peaks will lead you to this Phandar valley. From springs of crystal clear waters to lakes & rivers of deep blue water, there are all colors of nature’s beauty.
Hundarap is a small beautiful village to the west of Phander. Hundarap Lake is famous for trout fishing and is a good camp site which has been selected as high altitude wetland by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
A magnificently beautiful valley surrounded by mighty mountains and filled with numerous streams. The valley great spot for trout fishing and camping, especially during the summer season.
Another most spectacular scenic valley of Ghizer is Yasin just 137 km from Gilgit and 62 km from Gahkuch. Its attractive villages carefully cultivated fields’ orchards offering to the visitors a blend of life time experience in remote valleys of Hindukush.
The Ishkoman valley is known as the Hub of glaciers and trekking routes 102 km away from Gilgit and 29 from Gahkuch. There are some scenic locations for camping and sightseeing i.e.
Punial Valley is most beautiful and scenic part of District Ghizer 37 Km away from Gilgit. Gakuch the Capital of District Ghizer is situated in this Valley. The Punial valley is known as the Fruit Basket and also have the potential archeological sites.
Chilinji Ann and Qalander Uween
The Chilinji Ann (5106 m), and the Chilinji Ann North, known as Qalander Uween (5220m). Qalander means “ an ascetic wonderer” in Urdu and Uween a “pass” in Wakhi. The east sides
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.