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Wakhan Corridor Hindukush, Karam Chilllim, Chillangi Pass Trek
 
 
 

Trekking in Pakistan is most popular among the tourists all over the world. The area is ideal for mountaineering, trekking and nature watching. The place is ideal for those who want to discover a peace of mind.
One can enjoy the unspoiled and pollution free natural beauty of the land. The
Karakoram Highway and the link roads have made easier to reach starting points for trekking into the region. There are many trekking routes, some of short duration and some long duration. The Northern Areas of Pakistan offer the easy to strenuous trekking for those looking for a cultural experience. And for those looking for challenging treks like the K-2 Concordia Ghondhgoro la, K-2 Base camp, and Biafo-Hisper treks offers some of the most challenging, remotest and demanding trekking anywhere in the world. Trekking in these areas is a wonderful experience for any one who enjoys the world most spectacular and diverse scenery of snow capped lofty mountains, lush valleys, chuckling streams and emerald green lakes, atypical wildlife like the Snow Leopard and the Ibex and colourful ancient culture and its friendly people leave an everlasting impression on the visitors. An important Central Asian route famous as a Silk Route ran through Yarkhun Valley, over the Boroghil Pass and Darvaza Pass to Kashgar, Yarkand and Afghanistan, over 1000 years ago, Chinese Pilgrims traveling South in search of Buddhist teaching road of a “Wild Onion”Pass. The trek of the Wahkhan Cooridor had waters pass through the Picturesque Boroghil area, doted with green meadows and several small lakes.  The Karamber pass is apart from the Deosai planes, the largest alpine meadows in Pakistan. It is one the of the beautiful place in the Karakoram and Hindukush

 

 

ITINERARY

   
DAY-01 Welcome at Islamabad Airport and transfer to the hotel.
DAY-02
Drive to Swat (249km). En route visit Taxila Museum and the Archaeological Side of Taxila from 600B.C to 500A.D. Some of the most important site Includes Sirkap 200 B.C to 600 A.D and Jaullian Monastery 200 to 600 A.D. Overnight in hotel.
   
DAY-03 Drive to Chitral (216km) over the Lowari Pass (3118meters), overnight in hotel.
DAY-04 Day excursion to Kalash Valley.
DAY-05 Drive to Chitral to Dobargar. 7 to 8 hours drive, overnight in camp.
DAY-06 Trek to Lasht. 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in camp.
DAY-07 Trek to Ishkerwaz. 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in camp.
DAY-08 Trek to Lashkargahzaz. 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in camp.
DAY-09
Trek to Karamber Lake over Karamber Pass (4400meters). 6 to 7 hours walk, overnight in camp.       
DAY-10 Rest day at Karamber Lake.
DAY-11 Trek to Souving. 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in camp.
DAY-12 Trek to Chillangi base camp. 5 to 6 hours walk, overnight in camp.
DAY-13
Trek to Ziarat. Toady we cross the highest point of the trek Chillangi Pass (5400meters). 6 to 7 hours walk, overnight in camp.
   
DAY-14 Drive to Sust, overnight in hotel.
DAY-15
Day excursion to Khunjrab Pass (4300meters), Pakistan, China Border. Then return drive to Karimabad, Hunza.
   
DAY-16 Day excursion in Hunza.
DAY-17 Drive to Gilgit, overnight in hotel. Sight seen in Gilgit.
DAY-18 Drive to Besham. En route visit Nanga Parbat (8126meters)
DAY-19 Drive to Islamabad, overnight in hotel.
DAY-20 Debriefing in Ministry of Tourism and Sight seen.
DAY-21 Transfer to Islamabad Airport for your onward Destination