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PAKISTAN

Pakistan stands in a slating position like a running loin on the world glob in between 60 to 70 longitude and 20 to 25 multitude. In the north there is Vakhan Corridor, in the east there is China, in the south east lies India, in the south there is Arabian See, in the west lies Iran and Afghanistan.

CLIMATE:

A very nice climate is blessed to Pakistan. The summer is very charming and very pleasant in Northern Pakistan and winter is cold. similarly summer is very hot and winter is very pleasant in Southern Pakistan. According to the climatic conditions of the country tourism can easily be continued round the year in Pakistan. On the basis of climatic conditions of the country the following operational program is arranged by the Karakorum Explorers:

1 Operational programs in Northern Areas
(Summer holidays ) Commencing from April to end of 2nd week of October.

2 Operational programs in Southern Pakistan
(Winter Holidays) commencing from 2nd week of October to end of march.

Exceptionally Hunza valley is very different and attractive in two short seasons:
1.  The blossom (which starts from the fist week of April )
2.  The multi colored season (which sets in from 1st week of October.)
(these seasons come for a short period of 15 days only).

1.  NORTHERN PAKISTAN

Northern area is the hub of the worlds greatest mountain chains. K2 and Concordia , Chitral and the Hindukush, Rakaposhi and the beautiful Hunza valley with its friendly people , Nanga Parbat and the Himalayas, all names quicken the pulse of those who love mountains and their people.

Northern Pakistan is blessed with the greatest mass of high mountains concentration of lofty peaks on earth. With in a small area , lie 100 mountain peaks above 7000 meters, five of which tower above 8000 meters:

 

K-2 (8611 m), Nanga Parbat (8125 m) Gasherbrum 1 (8068 m), Broad Peak (8047 m) Gasherbrum 1 ( 8035 m), and the longest glaciers out side polls on earth, where the mighty Himalaya, Karakorum, Pamir and Hindukush all meet.

Most of the areas where the tourist are stall relatively new phenomenon. There was a time when accessibility to these remote areas was beyond the human image and was totally in a natural lock-up due to lack of roads and communication. It is on record that when the British India Govt. under the command of Col. Durand moved its forces to conquer the small kingdoms of Hunza and Nagar, in 1889.It faced great trouble and difficulties while moving through the gorges with their equipment towards Hunza . The journey was so difficult that a solder got Victoria Cross the British highest military gallantry award in this small battle. The Story is very long and there is no place to mention here. However, after construction of the 8th wonder of the world," the Karakorum Highway" in 1976 , now the accessibility to these areas is very easy.

Karakorum Highway & The Silk Road

An exciting overland journey from Islamabad over Karakorum Highway to Hunza Valley & Khunjerab Pass, then over the scenic Shangla Pass to the fertile Swat valley. The trip end at Peshawar, the historic gateway to Indian sub-continent.

As you travel on Karakorum Highway, reputed as eighth wonder of the world, you enjoy fascinating views of challenging peaks rising above 7,000 meters. Nanga Parbat, at 8,125 m is the highest of peaks we see during our journey. Then you arrive at the meeting place of the three highest mountain ranges of the world: The Karakorum, Himalayas and Hindukush.
As you arrive at Khunjerab Pass at 4,733 m you are on the border of not only China & Pakistan, but also of Pamir and Karakorum ranges. A trip to Swat & Peshawar will introduce you to the historic Gandhara Buddhist heritage and traditions of Pathan culture.

Itinerary:
Day 1 Islamabad - Besham
Day 2 Sharkol - Gilgit { Meet The Indus}
Day 3 Gilgit - Hunza {Karimabad}
Day 4 Hunza {Full day excursion}
Day 5 Karimabad - Passu {Upper Hunza Valley}
Day 6 Gulmit - Chilas
Day 7 Chilas - Swat
Day 8 Swat
Day 9 Swat - Peshawar
Day 10 Peshawar (Khyber pass day excursion)
Day 11 Peshawar - Islamabad
Day 12 Departure


2.  SOUTHERN PAKISTAN

We can avail and enjoy the cultural tours ,jeep safaris and hunting programs in Southern Pakistan. The best season for Southern Pakistan starts from October to 1st week of April .

Through this program we can enjoy from the Khyber Pass the ancient gate way to the sub continent in north west of Pakistan to the shores of Arabian sea in south-west of Pakistan.

Lahore:

Lahore is the heart, culture center of Pakistan and Paris of Asia. Winter is very pleasant in Lahore. In the yellow sun you can enjoy and explore by visiting the historical places in Lahore, without feeling any whom or cold.

Cholistan: Cholistan is famous for its camel safaris. Winter is the best season to explore Cholistan. During summer it is very hot.

Itinerary:
Day 1 Arrival Multan.
Day 2-3 Multan / Bahawalpur / Lal Suhanra.
Day 4-10 Lal Suhanra / Cholistan desert Camel Safari.
Day 11 Bagh-o-Bhar / Ouch / Panjnad.
Day 12 Panjnad / Multan.
Day 13 Fly to onwards destination.


INDUS CIVILIZATION TOUR ( PERIOD INVOLVED - 19 DAYS )

Pakistan has great potential for historical and archaeological sites from the Arabian Sea Shore in the south to Khunjerab Pass in the upper north most of Pakistan. It starts from Moenjodaro (the mound of the dead) from Sind to Harapa in Punjab and Gandhara Civilization in Taxila and Swat in NWFP and so many in carvings discovered in various location on Karakorum Highway to the North. Moenjodaro and Harapa are the world’s oldest Civilizations dating as for back as 2000 BC and it is preceded in age only by the Egyptian and Mesopotamian.

Itinerary:
Day 1-2 Arrive Karachi.
Day 3 Karachi / Moenjodaro / Sukkar.
Day 4-6 Sukkar / Bahawalpur / Lal Suhanra.
Day 7 Lal Suhanra / Multan.
Day 8 Multan / Lahore.
Day 9-11 Lahore / Peshawar.
Day 12 Peshawar / Swat.
Day 13 Swat / Chilas.
Day 14 Chilas / Gilgit
Day 15-16 Gilgit / Islamabad
Day 17-18 Islamabad.
Day 19 Transfer to International Airport for fly to onwards destination.


Pakistan Cultural Tour

Itinerary:
Day 1 Arrive in Lahore, Pakistan
Day 2 Lahore
Day 3 Lahore
Day 4 Peshawar
Day 5 Khyber Pass
Day 6 Over the Malakand Pass
Day 7 'Switzerland of the East'
Day 8 The Karakorum Highway
Day 9 Shangri-La
Day 10 Roof of the world
Day 11 Along the Silk Road
Day 12 Rawalpindi
Day 13 Departure


Classic Pakistan

This fascinating and comprehensive tour of the highlights of Pakistan explores the ancient cities of the Mughal empires, Buddhist sites of interest as well as modern cities and timeless villages, perched in dramatic landscapes of overwhelming beauty.

Itinerary:
Day 1 Arrival in Lahore. City tour of Lahore.
Day 2 Fly to Peshawar.
Day 3 Visit the old city and the bazaars.
Day 4 Trip to the Khyber Pass (subject to permits being obtained).
Day 5 Fly to Chitral.
Day 6 Explore the Kalash Valley from Chitral.
Day 7 Day at leisure in Chitral.
Day 8 Travel by road to the Swat Valley.
Day 9 Visit the Swat Valley.
Day 10 Day at leisure in Swat.
Day 11 Drive to Islamabad.
Day 12 Visit to Taxila.
Day 13 Explore Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Day 14 Fly to onwards destination.


Tour to Uch Sharif

Uch Sharif is one of the beautiful historical sites in Pakistan. Located at the confluence of the Sutlej and Chenab, Uch Sharif is a wonderful tourist destination. Different historians have different views about the history of Uch Sharif, some say the town was there before the reign of Bikramajit. Uch Sharif was under the Hindu ruler before Alexander's invasion.

Uch Sharif is basically famous for various beautiful shrines and tombs. The beautiful shrines and tombs are what attract many tourists to Uch Sharif. Uch Sharif has been divided into three sections, which are named after three important personalities and rulers. Uch Bukhari is named after the name of Hazrat Syed Jalaluddin Bukhari Surkhposh while Uch Jilani has borrowed its name from Hazrat Shaikh Mohammad Ghaus Qadri Jilani. The third section is Uch Mughlian is named after the Mughal rulers.

Uch Sharif Sofias

Jalal-ud-Deen Surkhposh (117-1272)
Another building near the mausoleum of Bibi Jind Waddi is the tomb and mosque of Jalal-ud-Deen Surkhposh. The mosque is a flat roofed building, which has suffered damages at various times. There is an inscription on the main door that Sheikh Hamid ordered Mullah Ahmed in 1617 to repair the building.

Jalal-ud-Deen Bukhari (1303-1383)
Hazrat Jalal-ud-Deen Surkhposh. His tomb is situated at a few minutes walk from the tomb of Bibi Jind Waddi. Before setting down in Uch, he used to travel in various countries to get the knowledge of Islam. These places include Mecca, Madina, Mesopotamina, Egypt and Persia etc. He was a preacher of Sufi Suharwardiya School. His shrine is a flat roofed oblong hall supported by several wooden pillars.

Adjacent to it is another small, tomb which contains a footprint of Hazrat Ali.

Bibi Jiwandi
The most elegant building and the prime attraction in Uch is the tomb of Bibi Jind Waddi. Her name has been described by Bibi Jiwandi and Bibi Jind Waddi as well.

Since Jind Waddi is a popular name in this region so we believe, this name would be the most appropriate.

It is described by the historians that her mausoleum was built in 1494. The basic structure of her tomb is built by bricks, embellished with stunning glazed tile mosaic. The building is erected in three octagonal stories with lower storey supported by rounded and sloping corner turrets. The second storey was supported with a narrow gallery for walking round and the third is a hemispherical dome, which crowns the building.

There is an aesthetically carved wooden mehrab in the West wall. Basically it follows the typical pattern of Multani architecture on which the tombs of Hazrat Rukn-e-Alam and the Baha-ud-Deen Zakria are built.

The outside walls of the tomb are completely covered by glazed blue colored tiles while the turrets are surmounted with a bunch of broad flowering leaves. This unique design makes it different from Multani tombs.

In the same graveyard, there is another important tomb, which is known as the grave of Ustad Ladla, the architect-mason who constructed the tomb of Bibi Jind Waddi.

Outside these splendid building, there is a common graveyard where children used to play. The bricks of the tombs are in decay. Although this place is included in the list of World Heritage but there is nothing being done so far.

These unique and majestic shrines, which are supposedly the most attractive archaeological sites in Pakistan are crumbling down to dust due to negligence and improper care of the concerned authorities.

Some 200 years ago, these buildings were destroyed by the change of course of river and floods, which washed out most of the parts of the buildings. The collapsed portions of the building should be completed on top priority basis otherwise after few years we may not find any trace of these splendid pieces of architecture.

A renovation of the collapse minaret of Chauburji in Lahore and renovation Shahi Qila is the superb examples of restoration work. Same methods should be practiced here as this is the high time to save these superb monuments.

Ustaad Nooria
Ustad Nooria was a great architect of his time. Ustad Nooria came to Uch from Iran in the middle of 14th century. Ustad Nooria was called Ustad because of his great architectural work. Ustad Nooria’s 1st task was to built the Tomb of Baha-Ul-Halim. Baha-Ul-Halim was the great scholar of his time & he was the teacher of a Madrisa in Uch as well as the teacher of Jahanian Jahangasht. Ustad Nooria builts the Tomb of Baha-Ul-Halim in the middle of 14th century. Ustad Nooria made the Tomb with very Delegate Tiles, he uses the color combination of Light Blue & Dark Blue Tiles, which gives a fascinating look of Tomb.

The Second Tomb Ustad Nooria Built was the Tomb of Bibi Jiwindi. Bibi Jiwindi was the great daughter of the Jahanian Jahangasht. The Tomb of Bibi Jiwindi was built in 1494 A.D. It is the most remarkable monument of its kind at Uch. The Tomb was built on a octagonal base and crowned with a single dome raised on externally octagonal drum. The Tomb was provided with the arched windows. The walls and turrets trapper upwards. The monument is profusely and brilliantly decorated with mosaic white, blue and green colors.

Hazrat Mussa Pak
Important thing about Tomb of Hazrat Mussa Pak is that cause of his body moved to Tomb in Multan in Hussain Agahi Bazar the number of people visited to the tomb and very less and the tomb is been used for store room for different products like bottles etc, which is a very strange and shameful part. Also by interviewing a local shopkeeper in the bazaar near the Tomb of Hazrat Mussa Pak we came to know that this tomb is now using for teaching of primary school students.

Immam Abu Hanifa
Not a whole lot is known about Imam Abu Hanifa. His tomb is visited by a lot of people and his name is mentioned in a few books, but no one seems to be sure of exactly who he was and what he preached.

His full name was Syed Shaikh Sadar-ud-Din Abu Hanifa. He is apparently the descendant of Hazrat Siddique Akbar, of the Qureshi family. According to the caretaker of his tomb, who has been the caretaker for the last 20 years, Abu Hanifa had a wife but no children.

He belonged to Multan. He was a student of Ranjan Qatal, and served him in order to obtain wisdom. During his illness, he said in his will that after he died, he was to be buried in Uch Sharif.

According to Mr Ghulam Akbar, Abu Hanifa had the power to turn metal into gold. He had a stone, that, when it touched another surface, turned that surface into gold. A lot of poor people were helped out by him in this way. The Imam said in his will that after his death, the stone was to be fixed within the roof of his tomb, so that nobody would be able to find it and misuse it. After He passed away, his will was carried out, and the stone was fixed into the roof. Then, during the British rule, the British came to know of the stone, and tried to steal it. That’s when a miracle happened, and the roof burst and flew off into the air, vanishing, never to be seen or heard of again. And that is the myth behind the missing roof of the tomb.

A lot of people believe this story. It has been passed on, generation upon generation. The local people visiting the tomb respect Abu Hanifa a lot and when they go and pray there they believe that their prayers will be answered. The tomb is a source of happiness and relaxation for them. They greatly admire and value the tomb and feel as if it is an important part of their lives, their world.

Pakistan Culture Tour

Day   01
Arrive Islamabad drive to Peshawar, transfer to Hotel Traveling on the Grand Trunk Road laid down by the Emperor of United Indian Empire: Sher Shah Suri., crossing Indus river at Attock. You may stop for photo at the meeting point of Indus & Kabul rivers as well as Attock fort on bank of Indus river just after Attock bridge.

Day   02
Khyber Pass & Peshawar. This day is like walking back into history with a visit first the Khyber Pass, which has been a silent witness to countless great events. Conquered by the Greeks, ruled by the Buddhists, destroyed by the Huns, rebuilt by the Brahmins and invaded by the great Mughals, it is also reputed that the army of Alexander the Great of Macedonia crossed this pass in 327 BC. An afternoon tour of Peshawar city includes the Museum which houses a rich treasure of art, sculpture and historical relics dating from the Gandhara period (300 BC to 300 AD) to modern times. We then visit Yadgar Square, the beautiful Mahabat Khan Mosque and the Qissa Khawani Bazaar (storyteller's bazaar).

Day   03
Drive to Kalam transfer to Hotel , Peshawar/Kalam Driving along the picturesque Malakand Pass we first visit the magnificent ancient Buddhist monastery Takht-i-Bahi dating back to 1st to 7th Century AD. We continue next to the enchanting Swat Valley, the famous Churchill's Picket en route. Our way to Kalam upper Swat, a land that shines with fruit laden orchards, flower-filled slopes, meandering rivers, rumbling streams and is surrounded by the mighty ranges of the Hindu Kush and Karakorum., en route visit of Bahrain. The town Bahrain borders the Swat river and trout fishing is a favorite pastime. Kalam is 30km from Bahrain and about 2000m above sea level.

Day   04
Day walk of Kalam. Today we start our walk from the hotel descending down to bazaar, after bazaar we cross a small suspension bridge soon after crossing there is very primitive wooden mosque. We will follow the trail on the right till we cross another wooden bridge, Soon after second bridge we start ascending on a zig zag trail for 2 to 3 hours then we will reach the summer settlement of Kalam. Here is a tea hut for tourist where we can have cup of tea and enjoy the views of Pushmal peaks and Utrot valley. Thereafter we start descending to Pushmal village and their will be lunch break near a stream. From pushmal we drive or walk back to the hotel.

Day   05
Drive to Miandam transfer to Hotel. Afternoon walk is through the village. Where we can meet them and observe their original life. The women here are shy and do not allow photos. This afternoon trek last for 4 hours.

Day   06
Miandam / Islamabad. Today we drive from Swat valley to Islamabad via Malakand pass on the way we will visit takht-i-Bhai Monastry and Taxila museum.

Day   07
Arrival Multan via Domestic Flight. Transfer to hotel. Full day excursion around Multan city. Multan is the most important city of lower Punjab. It is full of unexpected treasures. The Tomb of Rukn-e-Alam we really ought to see. There are many historical and archeological sites at the city. Overnight in hotel.

Day   08
Multan to Uch Sharif Departure from hotel for Uch Sharif. Visit shrines of Hazrat Bahawal Haleem, Hazrat Jalaluddin Surkh Bukhari. Visit of Bazars.Lunch.Continue visit to the shrine of Makhdoom Jahanian Jahangasht, Bibi Jiwandi, Shaikh Saifuddin Ghazrooni etc. Return to hotel.

Day   09
MULTAN - BAHAWALPUR
After early breakfast we drive to Bahawalpur, en route lunch at hotel. After lunch we proceed to Bahawalpur which was rebuilt in 1748 by the Nawab. Bahawalpur is small but prosperous, and it’s an ideal starting point for safaris into the Cholistan desert. Overnight in hotel.

Day   10
BAHAWALPUR – LAL SUHARNA – FORT ABBAS
After an early breakfast we carry on by jeep to Fort Abbas and stop en route at Lal Suhanra National Park. Then we proceed to explore Fort Abbas. Overnight in Hotel.

Day   11
BAHAWALPUR – Lahore
Leave for Lahore via Jhang and Faisalabad. Enroute visit the Tomb of Hazrat Sultan Bahu, the famous Sufi Saint. Overnight stay in hotel at Lahore.

Day   12
Lahore
Full day at Lahore. Visit Mausoleum of Hazrat Data Ganj Bukhsh (Data Darbar). He was an eminent scholar and author of many books on theology. One of the famous books is "Kashful Mahjub". He can be described as the founder of the Sufi Cult in Punjab. His tomb in Lahore is always thronged by devotees, day and night. Lahore is called "Data Ki Nagri" after him. Many miracles are attributed to him. It is believed that nobody has ever returned empty handed from his tomb. Also visit Tomb of Mughal Emperor Jehangir and Hazrat Mian Mir.

Mian Mir - Mir Muhammad was his real name, he enjoyed the destination of having three royal personages as his devotees. The first was emperor Jehangir, followed by Shah Jehan, Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb. His shrine is about 3 miles from Lahore Railway station.

Day   13
Lahore – ONWARD FLIGHT
After breakfast assemble to the airport.
End of our services.


Tour to Nankana Sahib

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 Lahore and comes under Sheikhupura district. The district is well connected with rail and road with other parts of Pakistan.
It was on 15 April, 1469, Guru Nanak Dev was born here. Every year a number of pilgrims visit Nankana Sahib and other holy places associated with the first guru Guru Nanak Dev.

Tour to Pakistan brings you complete information on various tourist destinations in Pakistan. Pakistan is a wonderful tourist destination that is popular for its historical sites and adventure travel. Pakistan is also home to a number of Sikh pilgrimage sites. Tour to Pakistan promises to offer you all the information and guidance to make your Pakistan tour a memorable affair. Tour to Pakistan also offers various tour packages to Pakistan. For the Sikh pilgrimage tours or hotel bookings in Pakistan, all you have to do is just fill up the form given below. Tour to Pakistan will get back to you.

Sikh Pilgrimage Tour

Day   01 - Arrival at Lahore airport. You will be met at the airport and transported to your designated hotel, along with your luggage. Afternoon sightseeing of Lahore. Overnight stay in hotel in Lahore.

Day   02 - Full day visit to Lahore Gurdawara sahib and Chakki Sahib. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day   03 - Full day visit to Lahore Gurdawara sahib and Chakki Sahib. Afternoon sightseeing of Shalimar Gardens, Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque, etc. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day   04 - Full day visit to Nankana sahib and Sacha Sauda at Sheikupura. Back to Lahore for the night stay in hotel.

Day   05 - Departure for Rawalpindi/Islamabad by road. Enroute visit Aminpura Gurdawara at Gujranwala. Arrive at Rawalpindi/Islamabad and transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay in Hotel in Rawalpindi.

Day   06 - Full day visit to Hasan Abadal Punja Sahib and back to Rawalpindi for the overnight stay in Hotel.

Day   07 - Full day visit to Punja Sahib at Hasan Abdal and back to Rawalpindi for the night.

Day   08 - Leave for Lahore by air. Check in at Hotel in Lahore. Afternoon sightseeing and shopping etc. Overnight stay in hotel in Lahore.

Day   09 - You will transported from your hotel to the airport for your destination flight.


Shandur Polo Festival

Highlights of the Festival
Passion for Polo will be the highest on the world's highest Polo ground. Shandur invites visitors to experience a traditional polo tournament between the teams of Chitral and during the 2nd week of July. The tournament is held on Shandur Pass, the highest polo ground in the world at 3,700 meters. The festival will also include folk music and dancing and a camping village is set up.

Background
Polo is an equestrian sport with its origin embedded in Central Asia dating back to 6th century BC. At first it was a training game for cavalry units for the King's guards or other elite troops. To the war like tribesmen who played polo with as many as 100 players to a side, it was a miniature battle. It became a Persian national game in the 6th century AD. From Persia, the game spread to Arabia, then to Tibet, China and Japan. In China, in the year 910, death of a favorite relative in a game prompted Emperor Apao-Chi to order beheading of all players!

Polo was introduced in South Asia, by the Muslim conquerors in the 13th century. English word 'Polo" is a Balti word meaning, 'ball'. Now a days, there are six players to a side, but this is by no means a rule in local polo games. There was no limit to the number of players and no time limit. Whichever team scored nine goals first, was the winner. The present game with a team of six players in a side, lasts one hour with a ten minute break.

Gilgit, Chitral and Skardu have always played the game of polo closest to its original form. In the past, local Rajas, Mirs and Mehtars were the patrons of the game. At times, more than 50% of the annual budget of their principalities would be spent on supporting the game.

Shandur Polo Tournament
The first time a polo tournament took place at the Shandur Pass, was in 1936. A British Political Agent, Major Cobb, who was fond of playing polo under a full moon, had the polo ground near Shandur, named. 'Moony Polo Ground'.

The most exciting polo tournament of the entire Northern Pakistan, is played on top of Shandur Pass, around 3,700 meters above sea level. It is a place unique and exotic in itself, surrounded by some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world. The event marks the annual rivalry between the polo teams of Gilgit and Chitral. The Polo tournament has some added attractions for the visitors; trout fishing at the nearby streams and lakes and a festival of folk dances and music of the Northern Pakistan.

The highlight of the festival is the final match between the Gilgit and Chitral teams. The final provides a most colorful spectacle. Supporters of both sides travel long distances from the remote parts of Chitral and Gilgit, to watch the thrilling game. The event, as such, offers a fascinating insight into the lifestyle of the people of this region. Their culture and indigenous customs are a delight to behold for the visitors.

Festival Information
It is advisable to be there one day in advance to enjoy all the offerings of the festival. Activities at Shandur includes dance and music performances by different groups, trout fishing, mountaineering, trekking, hiking and of course, horse riding. Crystal clear lakes, snow covered mountains, alpine flowers and vast stretches of green grass, are added attractions.

Facilities
A tourist tent village with restaurant facilities is sprung up during the tournament. Merchants from Peshawar, Chitral and Gilgit set up souvenir and folk craft shops. The tournament offers visitors and opportunity to mix with the locals.

How to reach?
The Shandur Pass lies almost midway between Chitral and Gilgit on a jeep road, traveling on which, is adventurous, to say the least. The distance from either side is 170 kms. One can get to Chitral or Gilgit by Pakistan International's daily F27 Fokker planes form Peshawar and Islamabad. There are daily two flights from both destinations, subject to good weather. Visitors planning to go by air must expect adjustment of minimum 02 days in their itineraries just in case the weather does not permit flights to operate.

Access to Chitral by road is either from Peshawar or from Islamabad. Both these routes join up in lower Swat valley near Chakdara, from where you proceed via Dir over 3200 meters high Lowari Pass and on to Chitral. It will take about 11 hours for a direct ride, otherwise, a stopover in Dir is recommended. From Dir, you shift to 4x4 jeeps for your onward journey to Chitral and on to Shandur. From Chitral side, travelers can also enjoy overnight stay at Mastuj whereas from Gilgit side, Gupis is a suitable place.



 

























































































 

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