Twenty-First Days Swat,Chitral,Ghizer,Hunza,Nagar Valley Tour

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Chitral  is a land of history and forts which is located in the north of Pakistan. It is situated on the west bank of Chitral River .Chitral shares borders with Gilgit -Baltistan on its east while north side is Afghanistan and  west with Swat district of KPK Dir is on its south side. Where it is famous for its rich and diverse culture. Chitrali people have a special niche for art and craftsmanship. The valley is full of lush green fields and high altitude lakes.

The valley also inhabits in itself the indigenous kalash tribe. The Kalash are welcoming and open doors to their culture to the tourists. Those who have a thing for exploring new cultures no doubt Chitral is one of the best tourist attraction area.

Another event that tourists crave for is the Shandur polo festival. Polo being the king of games and when it is played on such high altitudes then obviously the experience stays with you for life. The festival is held in July every year.

Swat is a lush green valley which is located in Malakand Division of KPK (PAKISTAN). Swat was under the British rule before independence  of Pakistan. Swat is culturally rich and has historical palaces of ancient times. Swat is just a few hours drive from Islamabad via Swat motorway which makes it an ideal tour destination for the domestic tourist for short holiday trip .Swat is very famous for dry fruits and some fresh fruits where tourist shop a lot in the local markets. Swat is one of the most travelling destinations in winters as tourist love to see the frozen lakes and skiing adventure in MALAM JABBA .

Hunza Nagar valley no longer  needs any introduction in tourism sector as these two places have become the most popular tourist destination from last two decades. Hunza Nagar is located in Gilgit Baltistan. Hunza was ruled as princely state before the independence of Pakistan and its now a modern city with  its cultural values  and norms. Hunza has two historical forts Altit fort and Baltit forts where the heritage is preserved. Witness the mighty Rakaposhi mountain which is 7788 meters above from the sea level. One of the best trekking sides for the mountain trekkers, who are looking for adventurous trekking’s. These two valleys are surrounded by Karakorum mountain range.


First Day: Mingora

  • Departure for Swat
  • Ride on Swat Motorway
  • Cross-through Chakdara Interchange
  • Pass-through Haibat Gram, Landakay, Kota, Barikot & Odigram
  • Explore Mingora
  • Night over in Mingora swat at Burj Al Swat or Equivalent

Second Day: Marghuzar & Malam Jabba

  •  wake-up at sharp 8 am. Checkout and leave before 9:30 am
  • Ride towards White Palace, Marghuzar (45mins)
  • A stay of 2-hours in Marghuzar
  • Return to Fiza GhatPark, Mingora (45 mins)
  •  Lunch break at Saidu Sharif or Mingora(1 pm-2 pm)
  • Ride towards Malam Jabba via Mingora (2 hrs 30 mins)
  • Hotel check-in to secure your luggage/baggage before heading out again
  • Night stayover in Malam Jabba at Frontier Tower or Equivalent

Third Day: Explore Miandam & Kalam Valley

  •  Wake-up at sharp 7:30 am. Checkout and leave before 8:30 am
  • Drive to Miandam (2 hrs)
  • Ride towards Bahrain (1 hr 15 mins)
  • Continue ride towards Kalam
  • Hotel check-in in Kalam
  •  Lunch (1 pm-2 pm)
  •  Sightseeing at Ushu Forest, Kalam
  • Ride to Blue Ocean
  • Night meal at a local restaurant or your hotel of stay
  • Night Stayover in Kalam at Walnut heights or Equivalent

Fourth Day: Explore Ushu Valley up to Mahodand Lake

  • Wake-up at sharp 7:00 am. Checkout and leave before 8:00 am
  • Ride on Mahodand Lake (4 hrs if no traffic) take jeep or 4×4
  • Reach at Mahodand Lake 1 pm
  • Have your lunch and linger in Mahondand for 2 hours maximum.
  •  Temperature remains moderate i.e. 6 Celsius usually in summers.
  • Back to Kalam at 7 am
  • Night meal at 9 am
  • Night Stayover in Kalam at Walnut heights or Equivalent

Fifth Day: Kumrat Valley

  • Leaving for Kumrat Valley
  • Pass-through Ushu Forest
  • Brief stops on the way
  • Ride towards Kumrat
  • Dig in the beautiful Kumrat Valley
  • Explore Kumrat Waterfall & Woods
  • Night stayover in Kumrat at Panjkoro Hotel & Resort or Equivalent

Sixth Day: Ayun

  • Departure for Ayun
  • Ride on Swat Motorway
  • Cross-through Chakdara Interchange towards Chitral
  • Pass-through Lowari Pass
  • Fascinate by the beautuful valley
  • Arrival in Ayun
  • Explore the captivating Ayun
  • Nightover in Ayun at Ayun Fort or Equivalent

Seventh Day: Bumburet

  • Departure for Bumburet
  • Enjoy the scenic view of the beautiful valley
  • Stroll to the center of the town to experience the unique culture of Kalasha
  • Lunch break in the local house to taste local food on the menu
  • Visit to local Museum
  • Visit to Kalasha Graveyard and the Town Centre
  • Small halts on the way
  • Ride to Chitral
  • Night Stayover in Chitral at Hindukush Heights or Equivalent

Eighth Day: Gharam Chasma

  • Departure for Gharam Chasma
  •  Explore the surrounding villages on the way
  • Pass-through Shogore
  • Pass-through Mogh
  • Uncovering the beautiful Gharam Chasma
  • Enjoy your precious time in Hotel Injigaan
  • Night stayover in Gharam Chasma at Hotel Injigaan or Equivalent

Ninth Day: Mastuj

  • Departure for Mastuj
  • Break at Chitral Fort & Shahi Qila
  • Enjoy the attractive Valley on your way to Mastuj
  • Enjoy your memorable time at Mastuj Fort
  • Ride to Noghour Stone Phort (if time allows )
  • Night stayover in Mastuj at Chalet Hotel or Equivalent

Tenth Day: Shandur/Gupis

  • Departure for Gupis
  • Pass-through Shachu, Balim, and Laspor
  • Stop at Shandur Polo ground ( world’s highest Polo ground 3700 m)
  • Continue ride towards Gupis
  • Stop at Phandar Lake to cherish the nature
  • Enjoy the easy to eye view
  • Explore the alluring Khalti Lake
  • Arrival in Gupis
  • Night stayover in Gupis at Blossom Inn or Equivalent

Eleventh Day: Chatorkhand

  • Travel to Chatorkhand
  • Short stop at Gahkuch Bazar
  • Pass-through Selfi bridge
  • Ride towards Chatorkhand valley
  • Check-in hotel to secure your luggage/ baggage before heading out again
  • Visit to Trout Fish Farm
  • Ride  to Dine Valley
  • Pass-through Dine Suspension bridge ( 4th largest suspension bridge in Asia 612 m)
  • Visit to Dine Waterfall
  • Explore the scenic valley & communicate with the local community
  • Travel back to Chatorkhand
  • Spend night in Chatorkhand at Royal Guest House or Equivalent

Twelfth Day: Hunza

  • Departure for Hunza (4 hrs)
  • Cross-over Gahkuch, Bubur, & Sherqilla
  •  Fleeting stop at Hanzal
  • Arrival in Gilgit
  • Ride on Karakoram Highway towards Hunza
  • Travel along Hunza River
  • Quick stop at Rakaposhi viewpoint
  • Arrival in Hunza & check-in hotel
  • Night stayover in Duiker at Hunza Eagle’s Nest Hotel or Equivalent

Thirteenth Day: Hunza Heritage Tour

  • Visit to Baltit Fort
  • Be entertained by the aerial view of the valley from the top
  • Visit to Karimabad Market
  • Ride to Altit
  • Visit to Altit Fort
  • Spend your valuable time in the Royal Garden
  • Ride to Duikar – The Highest View Point in Hunza
  • Experience the most absorbing dusk  with the view of a number of High altitude Mountains
  • Ride back to Karimabad
  • Night over in Hunza at Hunza Eagle’s Nest Hotel or Equivalent

Fourteenth Day: Khunjerab Top

  • Departure for Khunjerab Top
  • Passage through Ganish Bridge and Ancient Rock Carvings
  • Short stop at well known Attabad Lake
  • Travel through newly constructed Pak-China Friendship Tunnels
  • Enroute through Hussaini Glacier, View of Passu Cathedral/Cones (Above 6000m) and Shishpar Peak
  • Pass-through Passu Peak & Batura (World’s 4th Largest Glacier) viewpoint
  • Arrive Khunjerab Park at the point of Deh
  • Spot the whistling Marmots
  • Reach Pak China Border and be entertained by the natural environment and witness snow in summer on a lucky day
  • Savour packed/picnic lunch on Pak China Border (4733m)
  • Strolling and shopping time in Sost Bazaar
  • Spend night in Attabad Lake at Famree Hotel or Equivalent

Fifteenth Day: Nagar Valley – Hoper Glacier

  • Departure for Nagar Valley also known as Nagar Khas
  • Ride on Karakoram Highway
  • Fleeting stops on the way
  • Enjoy the enchanting view of the Nagar Valley
  • Quick stop at Hoper Glacier View Point
  • Trek to Hoper Glacier (Optional – If time allows)
  • Drive to Hunza
  • Night over in Hunza at Hunza Eagle’s Nest Hotel or Equivalent

Sixteenth Day: Miachar – Damn e Koh

  • Departure for Miachar – Nagar Valley
  • Enjoy the appealing snowy view of the valley
  • Brief stop at Rakaposhi View Point
  • Ridee to Pisan
  • Visit to Natural Stadium
  • Ride to Miachar – Damn e Koh
  • Enjoy the  scenic view of Rakaposhi, Golden Peak, Lady Finger, Shishpar, and many other 6500m plus Mountains)
  • Ride to Hunza
  • Pass through the Didimal, Phekar & Murtazabad
  • Arrival in Karimabad Hunza
  • Night stayover in Hunza at Hunza Eagle’s Nest Hotel or Equivalent

Seventeenth Day: Gapa Valley

  • Drive to Gapa Valley
  • Brief stop at Rakaposhi Viewpoint
  • Ride on Karakoram Highway along the Hunza River
  • Be mesmerized with the easy to eye view of the valley on the way
  • Pass-through Chalt, & Rabat Valley
  • Explore the beautiful Gapa Valley and be fascinate with it
  • Ride to Jaffarabad
  • Night stayover in Jaffarabad at Dhumani Hotel or Equivalent

Eighteenth Day: Naltar Valley

  • Departure for Naltar Valley
  • Cross-through Nomal
  • Explore the appealing Lakes of Naltar Valley
  • Spend some quality time in Naltar
  • Visit to Satrangi Lake
  • Pass-through Passu Peak & Batura (World’s 4th Largest Glacier) viewpoint
  • Ride to Gilgit
  • Night stayover in Gilgit at Rupal Inn or Equivalent

Nineteenth Day: Naran

  • Departure for Naran
  • Halt at the junction point (where three mountain ranges meet- The Karakoram, The Himalaya, The Hindukush
  • Ride on Karakoram Highway along the Indus River
  • Brief stop at Nanga Parbat Viewpoint
  • Stop in Chilas at Zero point for having lunch
  • Stop at Babusar Top and enjoy the pleasant weather
  • Stop in calming Lulusar Lake
  • Arrival in Naran
  • Night over in Naran at Maisoonatte Inn or Equivalent

Twentieth Day: Saif-ul-Malook/Shogran

  • Ride to Saif ul Malook (off-road jeep)
  • Explore and enjoy the captivating sceneries of Saif ul Malook
  • Travel back to Naran
  • Rafting at Kunhar River
  • Free time to relax/visit around Naran
  • Night stayover in Naran at Maisoonatte Inn or Equivalent

Twenty First Day: Islamabad

  • Departure for Islamabad
  • Quick stop at Kewai Waterfall
  • Brief stop at Balakot
  • Ride along Khunar River
  • Drive on Hazara Motorway to Islamabad
  • Enter in Islamabad
  • Dream a travel dream and travel with us

|Terms & Conditions|
Our team will give services according to government SOP’s.
Our Terms & Conditions are strictly followed and applied. We encourage you to read and agree with them carefully before booking a trip with us.
Registered members will be provided with an undertaking form at the start of the trip having the details of the trip along with the mentioned terms & conditions. All members will be required to physically sign that form along with thumb impression. (Mandatory)
1. The members shall not be indulged in any act reflecting moral or character failing during the activities.
2. Using drugs or found party to drug sale or possession is strictly prohibited. If anyone finds or caught using any kind of drug will be expelled from the trip right away on the spot and the person will not be eligible for any kind of refund.
3.Use of violent behavior including altercation, insinuations of indecent kind, verbal and physical abuse and assault, aggravated behavior, or any other act amounting to unbecoming of member are strictly prohibited.
4. All members would give extra care for the local environmental care .Garbage (tins. Water bottles, wrappers etc.) shall be suitably disposed without polluting water sources.
5. The host reserves the right to cancel trip without prior notice for any reasons deemed appropriate by them. In such a case the registered participants will receive full refund.
6. During the trip, the itineraries may be affected by reasons beyond control of the hosts. In such situation, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
7. On steep ascends in mountainous areas, air conditioned of the buses will be operational on on-off basis to keep the vehicles from overheating.
8.Every humanly possible care will be taken for the safety of members, still each venture can be fraught with endangers of unforeseen natural disasters like avalanches and crevasse falls or any other accidents and sometimes such disasters cannot be ruled out. In any such type of accident during the whole tour, the company, group leader and the tour organizers will not be held responsible in any form.
9. In case of theft, lost or damage to personal belongings during the duration of the trip, organizers will not be held responsible in any case.
10. On adventure trek of this type, weather, local politics, transport or a multitude of other factors beyond the control of organizers can result in a change of itinerary. It is, however, very unlikely that the itinerary would be substantially altered; if alterations are necessary the Leader and Guide will decide what is the best alternative, taking into consideration the best interests of the whole group.


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