Deosai Plains

Deosai is 32km away from Skardu city, Deosai is one of the highest plateaus in the world and height is 14000 feet above the sea level is spread over 3000sq km. The landscape is covered with wildflowers that make Deosai radiant with bright colors through the summer. The diverse vegetation supports wildlife and an ecosystem that is a unique example of adaptation to high altitude.

Silk Route

The Silk route/Karakoram Highway connects China and Pakistan with what must be the most harrowing trail of asphalt on earth. From Kashgar to Islamabad, the road stretches 1260 kilometers. Nowadays most traffic on the Karakoram Highway consists of tourists. The Silk Route and Karakoram Highway are one of the most popular routes in the world among epic travellers, which can be made while sitting in a temperature controlled vehicle winding through the scenic and changing vistas.

Blossom Tours

The beginning of Cherry blossom signals the end of chilly winter weather in Hunza valley, Phandar valley, Skardu valley and in the other parts of Gilgit-Baltistan which means spring is arrived. Blossom season (spring) starts from the mid-March and ends by the last week of April. Cherry blossom viewing began in ancient times when aristocrats wrote poetry and sang songs under the flowering trees of Cherry. Many tourists from Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and other countries around the world come to see Cherry blossom in Pakistan every year. Tourists from all over Pakistan and around the globe enjoy the scenic beauty of the cherry blossom season in the northern areas of Pakistan. We have created a list of some places that you should visit in the “Cherry Blossom” season in Pakistan.

Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley is 100 Kilometer away from the City of Gilgit. Hunza valley is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit–Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza is situated in the extreme northern part of Pakistan which connects China with Pakistan. Furthermore, A Trip to Hunza Valley is always preferable for the tourist because of its mild climate. Additionally, the best time to visit Hunza is from April to October as the temperature in hot summers is maximum 27°C. Moreover, the valley bore trillions of colors in its Cherry Blossom Season.


Traveling in Pakistan is quick turning into an interest of the worldwide strolling local area. Pakistan's northern regions is home world's three extraordinary mountain ranges. These incorporate the mind boggling Karakoram, the fabulous Himalayas and last yet not the most un-the astonishing Hindukush. The rich indigenous habitat is made of mountains, glacial masses, waterways, streams, lakes and fields and so forth The tough but then excellent scene of northern regions makes it an ideal objective for traveling in Pakistan. Treks involve many days crossing glaciers and mountains. The main trekking season in Pakistan is from June to end of September when temperatures are pleasant. Most of the trips start and end with PIA’s domestic flight from Islamabad to Skardu.Sometime flight are canceled due to bad weather. occurrences are a part of adventure and in Such a case we use KKH. through the Karakoram Highway, is by private costers, cars or jeep, depending on the size of the group and will probably be the most spectacular journey of your life.

Nanga Parbat Expedition

Nanga Parbat massif is the western corner pillar of the Himalayas. It is an isolated range of peaks just springing up from nothing and is surrounded by the rivers Indus and Astore. Nanga Parbat or "Nanga Parvata" means the naked mountain. It’s original and appropriate name, however, is Diamir the “King Of The Mountains”.


The journey will offer river valleys, lush pastures, high passes, remote villages and mighty mountains. You complete the journey across Himalayas, Karakorums and Hindukush ranges while traveling by 4 x 4 jeeps. Our well trained kitchen and camping staff will accompany you, who specialize in local dishes converted to western taste every camp night is compensated by equal number of hotel accommodation where available.

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