Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges
18 Nights / 19 Days

Pakistan is famous for its natural beauty, high mountain ranges, treks, jeep safari. North of Pakistan is the best place for jeep safari.
Islamabad-Kaghan Valley-Chilas-Rama-Skardu-Karimabad-Khunjrab Pass-Gulmit-Gilgit-Phandar-Shandur Pass-Chitral-Kalash Valley-Chitral-Islamabad
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Day 01: Islamabad

Pakistan is famous for its natural beauty, high 3mountain ranges, treks, jeep safari. North of Pakistan is the best place for jeep safari. After arriving at Islamabad International Airport. Transfer to the hotel and spare sometime visiting nearby places in Islamabad. Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan. It is the most secure city of Pakistan.

Day 02: Islamabad-Naran Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges

Drive to Naran via Balakot. Continue to Naran after have an over view of Balakot.
Balakot is the gateway to the Kaghan valley, 72 km north of Abbottabad. It is about 4-5 hours drive from Islamabad depends on the traffic in Abbottabad & Mansehra. It was the scene of a battle between the Sikhs and Muslim tribesmen in the early 19th century. The Muslim leader, Ahmad Shah Bareilly (so called because he originally came from Bareilly in India) was killed here in 1831 by the Sikhs, and his tomb is a green-tiled monument near the Kunhar River.

Day 03: Naran-Saiful Muluk Excursion

Full day to explore Saiful Muluk Lake. In summer season there are many wild flowers at the Lake and the Lake reflects Malika Parbat. In winter the lake freezes and the whole area is covered by snow. It is situated at a distance of 10 Km from Naran at an altitude of 3500 m. The lake and its environment have a touch of incredible about them and are breathtakingly lovely. The short ride there takes you through the top of the charming valley and then, passing thousands of streams, to the lake itself. This is a charming legend about a prince called Saiful Muluk who fell in love with a fairy of the lake. The lake is named after the prince. The best way to reach the lake is to walk but you may also take a Jeep.

Day 04: Naran- Babusar Pass-Chilas

We shall start our journey to Chilas via the famous Babusar Pass, from Naran the valley ascends for another 66 km to the Top of Babusar Pass. The British built a pony track across the Babusar in 1892 to give acces to Gilgit. Before this the only route to Gilgit was from Srinagar across the Burzil Pass. We shall be crossing the beautiful Lulusar Lake along the road. We shall be driving on the new road to Chilas, which is being completed and will be opened for all kind of traffic soon.

Day 05: Chilas-Rama Lake

Rama is 6 km above Astore, at about 3150m. While going up to Rama the green rolling fields, knee-deep in flowers in July, purple clover, geraniums, mint and thyme, blue cornflowers and several verities of orchid. The slops above are thickly forested with huge Pine, Fir, Cedar and Juniper Trees. Rama Lake (3482m) is about 2 KM from the hotel. It is a very beautiful lake itself and having great views around, even we can see Nanga Parbat if weather is clear. We shall have two nights to explore the beautiful Rama Lake and its surroundings.

Day 06: Rama Lake Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges

Full day at leisure at Rama. This place is so beautiful with greenery, because of its stunning views most of the trekkers use drones to capture their memorable trip.

Day 07: Rama Lake- Deosai Plains-Skardu

This day is rather longer day as we shall be crossing the Deosai Plateau, a treeless wilderness at 4,000m. We will have our pack lunch at Bara Pani, where we shall cross a suspension Bridge with our jeeps. Deosai Plateau is now a National Park where we have more then 40 Brown Bear, which were disappearing some years back but with the help of WWF and Government of Pakistan now the number is increasing year by year. This is the highest plateau in the world which is on 4000m and about 300 square meters long. After descending we will be crossing and over viewing the beautiful Lake Satpara.

Day 08: Skardu

Full day to explore the Skardu and its surroundings or Shigar Valley At a height of 2500 meters, Skardu is located amidst an impressive landscape of towering mountains, deep gorges, desert, cascading waterfalls, creeping glaciers and quiet lakes. Skardu is a trekkers’ and climbers’ paradise. Skardu is in the heart of a dangerous frontier land. To its north lies the Xinjiang province of China; to the south Kashmir, to the West Gilgit, and to the east the district of Ladakh in India. Skardu is the trekker and mountain climbers’ paradise.

Day 09: Skardu-Karimabad

After breakfast we drive to Karimabad Hunza at a distance of 330km and will take about 7 – 8 hours to reach.
Overnight at the hotel in Karimabad. (Breakfast only).

Day 10: Karimabad

Breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to visit Karimabad bazar, Baltit Fort.
Karimabad is the collective name for all the little villages around Baltit Fort. Named for His Highness, Prince Karim, Aga Khan, the town has a lengthy bazaar with souvenirs, bookshops, clothing stores and restaurants. Of note is the Café de Hunza, possibly the only place for a cappuccino in Gilgit/Baltistan. The view changes as one wanders up and down and one can choose to start hiking to nearby villages along water channels and trails. Baltit, with its Fort was the ancient capital of the kingdom of Hunza, until 1974.

Day 11: Karimabad-Khunjrab Pass Excursion

Proceed to Attabad Lake. Cross the Lake by motor boats. Arrival in Gulmit/Hussaini. Transfer to Jeeps and proceed to Khunjerab Pass, which is a full day trip from Karimabad. We shall stay in Gulmit Village (summer capital of Hunza Valley) on return from Khunjrab. The Karakuram highway runs through the Khunjrab Pass, the highest border crossing with smooth road in the world to Tashkurgan China. Traffic is light as one can change from right to left hand driving at the top.
Overnight at the hotel in Gulmit. (Breakfast only).

Day 12: Gulmit-Gilgit

After Breakfast we shall have a Leisure morning while exploring the area, Afternoon transfer to motor boats to cross the lake. After arrival at Attabad Lake spillway, transfer to Willy Jeeps and proceed to Gilgit.
Upon arrival transfer to Hotel, and proceed for Gilgit Bazaar excursion, suspension bridge. Gilgit is the administrative center and economic hub of Gilgit/Baltistan.  Well worth taking home are Chinese silk, and saffron, worth its weight in gold! Gilgit is home to many freestyle polo teams, and if you are in town during a tournament you are in for an exciting afternoon of traditional music, non-stop play and free style polo match.

Day 13: Phandar via Punial Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges

Recently Punial is the head quarter of district Ghizer, which semi-autonomous Kingdom in the past. The late Raja said that Punial is where Heaven and Earth meet. From Gilgit we travel to Sher Qila on the banks of the Gilgit River. We will wander around the village and visit the mill to get an idea of rural life in this area. Further more drive towards Shandur, we come to Phandar Lake situated before a large moraine and the fields and village of Phandar. The hardtop road ends here, but has been improved all the way to Mastuj.

Day 14: Chitral via Shandur Pass

The Shandur pass at 3734m above see level has become very famous for Polo between Gilgit and Chitral every year in July. Shandur is the highest play ground in the world. Shandur pass was the route taken by British Soldiers on the march from Gilgit to ease the blockade of Chitral in April 1895.

Day 15: Chitral-Bamboret Valley/Rambur Valley

We shall explore the three valleys of Kalasha. Muslims used the word Kafir to stand for infidels or nonbelievers. There used to exist two distinctive types of Kafirs, the Red and the Kalash (Black). Now, there are only the Kalash, existing in the three valleys south of Chitral. To this day the Kalash people maintain their pagan life, and one can watch their ancient dances and ceremonies. The women are out and about in their villages and will invite you for tea, to look at their unusual dresses and jewelry, and will offer to braid your hair in their fashion. As well as observing the people and their customs, one must notice the spectacular scenery.

Day 16: Bamboret-Birir Valley -Chitral Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges

After breakfast proceed to visit first of the valleys opened to foreigners, Birir remains relatively unspoiled and less visited. The majority of the people are still Kafirs. One can see the village constructed on a mountain slope in a terrace-like fashion, with houses perched upon each other. Drive back to Chitral.

Day 17: Chitral-Islamabad

After breakfast transfer to Chitral airport for flight to Islamabad by PK-661 (Subject to weather flight). Transfer to the hotel. PM at leisure in Islamabad/Rawalpindi. Overnight at the hotel in Islamabad. (Breakfast only).
(If flight cancels then, we will drive via Lowari Pass to reach Islamabad. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel in Rawalpindi/Islamabad.
NOTE:- Confirmation of flight to/from Chitral is subject to weather on provisional bookings and confirmation of seat is expected one day before. Confirmation depends on previous backlog.

Day 18: Islamabad-Taxila Excursion

After Breakfast drive from Islamabad to Taxila on the Grant Trunk Road. PM. drive back to Islamabad.

Day 19: Islamabad

Transfer to Islamabad International Airport for your homebound flight.

Jeep Safari 3Mountain Ranges TOUR ENDS

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