What post Corona travel in Pakistan is going to be ? This is not the only question many of us have in our minds. There are so many questions in our minds regarding travel and tourism future in general and Pakistan in particular (as this article is solely about post Corona travel in Pakistan).
Khaltaro valley in greater Haramosh valley is truly a hidden gem of Gilgit Baltistan region. Haramosh valley is in Gilgit district and lies on Skardu road at 2 hours drive from Gilgit city. Haramosh is attracting lots of tourists due to another sub-valley known as Kutwal.
This article about public transport in Pakistan is not totally based on my personal experience instead it is a collection of information which I have observed during my travels, researched or gathered from fellow travelers. The information shared about public transport in Pakistan through this article may not be accurate as things change over time. I will try to update this information as much as possible.
Everyone has a favourite place which he/she wants to visit again and again. Chitta Katha lake trek in Shounter valley happens to be my favorite and I like to go there as at least once a year. I call it “Explorer’s Paradise” because it offers me all the elements, from green grass to wild flowers to horses to streams to snow-clad mountains to lakes, which I seek in a trekking destination.
So finally you have decided to go to Hunza valley on a trip but still don’t know what to do in Hunza? Here is a list of things to do in Hunza valley in order to make the most out of your trip. This guide includes recommendations from hotels to food to sight seeing spots.
Fairy Meadows is a heavenly place in the lap of killer mountain i.e. Nanga Parbat (8,126 m). Fairy meadows is a lush green meadows surrounded by pine trees. It is truly a piece of heaven.
I have been only once to Nanga Parbat and that too in the start of my trekking career. It was 13 days long trekking trip which also included Rupal side of Nanga Parbat and beyond till Mazeno base camp. The trip was organized by my Nature Explorers and we were total of 13 people.