Northern Area is the most popular area of the Pakistan. The area is surrounded with the biggest and highest mountains of the world and these mountains offer the great Jeep safaris.
- The journey over the
Karakoram Highway(the Eighth Wonder of the world) is spectacular.
- Have a good view of
Nanga Parbat(the sleeping beauty)
- A slight break at the junction point of the three great mountain ranges (the Karakoram,
Himalayaand the Hindukush)
- Rakaposhi (7790 M),
Diran Peak(7270 M) and the (7390 M) make one feel high and good. Ulter Peak
- Is the Kargha Buddha, a 7th century relic of the area's Buddhist past, carved out of solid rock?
We will commence our trip with the sightseeing of the twin cities of
A very busy day in Gilgit. " Near Gilgit is the Kargha Buddha, a 7th century relic of the area's Buddhist past, carved out of solid rock?
Driving to Karimabad the towering giants of the Karakoram mountains such as Rakaposhi (7790 M),
Deosai Hunza Kalash
Pakistan offers the best Tourist destinations, but it need to be explored. The tourists are attracted to these areas because it is ideological based and historical culture, adventure and thrilling areas and more than that hospitality of their people. Pakistan always offer the best Adventure tours and jeep safaris from the core of highest and biggest mountain ranges (Karakorams, Himalaya, Hindu Kush) to the Southern areas of Pakistan.
Four wheeler visit the most remote and unspoiled valleys, including their civilization, as tourist visit these areas one must find that the primitive days life style still exist, while going to these areas one has to go to the 8th wonder of the world, Karakoram Highway it is unique, and the road was built by the Pakistani engineers in association with the Chinese Experts and technicians. The road completed in 16 years, it has been forced through some of the world's toughest mountains and glaciers.
These memorable adventure trips are undertaken on four-wheel-drive vehicles over thrilling off-road trails penetrating most of the remote and unspoilt Northern Areas of Pakistan. The Safaris travel over winding trails; crossing high mountain passes like Babusar Pass (4,145m), Shandur Pass (3,720m), Lowari Pass (3,200m) and visiting the picturesque and culturally rich valleys of Kalash, Ghizar, Yasin, Ishkuman, Hunza, Astor, Hushe.
These are multi-faceted journeys through an area steeped in history and culture; tracing the routes taken by Alexander, Marco Polo, the great Hsuan-Tsang and many other invaders, travellers and pilgrims who traversed the ancient Silk Route and it’s off shoots to reach their destinations and trading posts at Gilgit, Skardu, Chitral or Kashgar.
Four-wheeling through three of the world’s greatest mountain ranges (the Himalayas, the Karakoram and the Hindukush) almost every day of travel presents a new valley with it’s own unique landscape, culture, dresses and dwellings. Even the languages change from one valley to the next. It’s a journey of astonishing contrasts, from lush green valleys to stark barren mountains; from picturesque sleepy lakes to thundering rivers; and from snow covered peaks to high altitude deserts.
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