Trekking

Shimshal is the last remnant of true Hunza culture that exists near Pakistan’s Pamir range, east of the town of Passu in upper Hunza valley.

Rush Phari Trek in the Karakoram (Rush Phari means sparkling Lake), is one of the most recommended treks for those who want to have a first time trekking experience with a life long pleasant memory. We walk on glaciers, through villages to a look...

This spectacular trekking program is an ideal combination of adventure and culture, giving you an opportunity to observe the life style of various tribes residing under the shadow of snow covered mountains.

Rakaposhi peak 7788meters high above sea level located in the Karakoram range,is one of the most beautiful and easy accessible to any other mountain peaks in Karakoram this beautiful peak can be seen from all directions and surrounding valleys.

This unique and exciting trip will take you through the enchanting Himalayan valleys of Kaghan. Although this valley is quite well known and visited by the many tourists, their visits are restricted to the places near the road.

This unique and exciting trip will take you to one of the most scenic plateaus of Deosai at 3980 meters. Although this plateau is quite well visited by the foreigners and locals, but their visits are generally limited to roadside stops.

One of the most adventurous and marvelous scenic trek in Karakoram, offers a breath taking view of the highest mountains and longest glaciers out side the polar region.

Nanga Parbat literally means “the naked mountain”. It is the 2nd highest peak in Pakistan and 9th highest in world ranking. Located in the western Himalayan Range, Nanga Parbat is also known as Diamer “The Capital of Fairies”.

Start our first day of trekking, walking through the sandy pony trails …

One of the most adventurous trek in Karakoram starts from the village of Askoli, the last permanent settlement on the Braldu River in Shigar valley of Baltistan and Skardu, the headquarter town of Baltistan, known as little Tibet.

Biafo & Hispar Glaciers have a total length of 126 km and are the longest of their kind outside of the Polar Regions. They meet at the 5,150 m high Hispar Pass. This immense highway of ice and rock connects the antique kingdoms of Nagar in the West and Askoli (little Tibet) in the East.

This is truly one of the finest treks offered within Hindukush Range in Pakistan, exploring an area visited by very few tourists as it has recently been opened for foreigners. We trek through the beautiful and scenic mountain villages in Chitral...