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Civilizations & Culture
 The Indus River region is known as a cradle of civilization. The Indus Civilization developed around 3,000 BC and flourished for a period of about fifteen hundred years. The Aryans, who arrived from Central Asia around 1,700 BC, displacing the Indus Civilization and bringing Hinduism to the region. 1200 years later, the Aryans yielded in turn to the armies of Cyrus the Great, and the Indus region became a part of his Achaemenid Persian empire. The next conqueror to arrive was Alexander the Great, who passed through the Khyber Pass in 326 BC. It was Ashoka who, in an act of remorse for the suffering caused by his many conquests, brought Buddhism to Pakistan (and to much of Asia). The Mauryans were then succeeded by the Bactrians, the Saka (Scythian nomads), the Parthians, and, in the 2nd century AD, by the Kushans. Kanishka. Early in the 16th century, Pakistan became part of the Mughal Empire. By the early 19th century, the Sikhs had consolidated their power. Sikhs were defeated by the English ruled up to 1940.

Pakistan stands in a slating position like a running loin on the world glob in between 60 to 70 longitude and 20 to 25 multitude. In the north there is Wakhan Corridor, in the east there is China, in the south east lies India, in the south there is Arabian See, in the west lies Iran and Afghanistan.

A very nice climate is blessed to Pakistan. The summer is very charming and very pleasant in Northern Pakistan and winter is cold. similarly summer is very hot and winter is very pleasant in Southern Pakistan. According to the climatic conditions of the country tourism can easily be continued round the year in Pakistan. On the basis of climatic conditions of the country the following operational program is arranged by the Karakorum Explorers:-

1  -  Operational Programs in Northern Areas:
(Summer holidays) Commencing from April to end of 2nd week of October.

2  -  Operational Programs in Southern Pakistan:
(Winter Holidays) commencing from 2nd week of October to end of march.

Exceptionally Hunza valley is very different and attractive in two short seasons

  • The blossom (which starts from the fist week of April)

  • the multi coloured season (which sets in from 1st week of October)

(these seasons come for a short period of 15 days only).

Northern area is the hub of the worlds greatest mountain chains, K2 and Concordia, Chitral and the Hindukush, Rakaposhi and the beautiful Hunza valley with its friendly people, Nanga Parbat and the Himalayas, all names quicken the pulse of those who love mountains and their people. Northern Pakistan is blessed with the greatest mass of high mountains concentration of lofty peaks on earth. With in a small area, lie 100 mountain peaks above 7000 meters, five of which are above 8000 meters.

K-2 (8611 m), Nanga Parbat (8125 m) Gasherbrum I (8068 m), Broad Peak (8047 m) Gasherbrum II ( 8035 m), and the longest glaciers out side polls on earth, where the mighty Himalaya, Karakorum, Pamir and Hindukush all meet.

Most of the areas where the tourist are stall relatively new phenomenon. There was a time when accessibility to these remote areas was beyond the human image and was totally in a natural lock-up due to lack of roads and communication. It is on record that when the British India Govt. under the command of Col. Durand moved its forces to conquer the small kingdoms of Hunza and Nagar, in 1889.

It faced great trouble and difficulties while moving through the gorges with their equipment towards Hunza. The journey was so difficult that a solder got Victoria Cross the British highest military gallantry award in this small battle. The story is very long and there is no place to mention here. However, after construction of the 8th wonder of the world, "The Karakorum Highway" in 1976, now the accessibility to these areas is very easy.

We can avail and enjoy the cultural tours ,jeep safaris and hunting programs in Southern Pakistan. The best season for Southern Pakistan starts from October to 1st week of April.

Through this program we can enjoy from the Khyber Pass the ancient gate way to the sub continent in north west of Pakistan to the shores of Arabian sea in south-west of Pakistan.

Lahore is the heart, culture center of Pakistan and Paris of Asia. Winter is very pleasant in Lahore. In the yellow sun you can enjoy and explore by visiting the historical places in Lahore, without feeling any whom or cold.

Cholistan is famous for its camel safaris. Winter is the best season to explore Cholistan. During summer it is very hot.


Day 1 Arrival Multan.
Day 2 - 3 Multan / Bahawalpur / Lal Suhanra.
Day 4 - 10 Lal Suhanra / Cholistan Desert Camel Safari.
Day 11 Bagh-o-Bahar / Ouch / Panjnad.
Day 12 Panjnad / Multan.
Day 13 Fly to onwards destination.



Pakistan has great potential for historical and archaeological sites from the Arabian Sea Shore in the south to Khunjerab Pass in the upper north most of Pakistan. It starts from Mohenjodaro (the mound of the dead) from Sind to Harappa in Punjab and Gandhara Civilization in Taxila and Swat in NWFP and so many in carvings discovered in various location on Karakorum Highway to the North. Mohenjodaro and Harappa are the world’s oldest Civilizations dating as for back as 2000 BC and it is preceded in age only by the Egyptian and Mesopotamian.


Day 1 - 2 Arrival Karachi.
Day 3 Karachi / Moenjodaro / Sukkar.
Day 4 - 6 Sukkar / Bahawalpur / Lal Suhanra.
Day 7 Lal Suhanra / Multan.
Day 8 Multan / Lahore.
Day 9 - 11 Lahore / Peshawar.
Day 12 Peshawar / Swat.
Day 13 Swat / Chilas.
Day 14 Chilas / Gilgit
Day 15 - 16 Gilgit / Islamabad.
Day 17 - 18 Islamabad.
Day 19 Transfer to International Airport for fly to onwards destination.



Day 1 Arrive Islamabad, transfer to nearby hotel for breakfast and then drive to Peshawar, hotel. Afternoon city tour.
Day 2 Morning day trip to Khyber Pass, afternoon city tour of Peshawar, hotel.
Day 3 Fly to Chitral (weather permitting), if flight cancelled drive to Dir, hotel.
Day 4 In Chitral or drive Dir to Chitral, hotel.
Day 5 Day trip to Kalash valleys, overnight hotel in Chitral.
Day 6 Drive to Mingora (Swat), hotel.
Day 7 In Mingora.
Day 8 Drive to Chilas, hotel.
Day 9 Drive to Karimabad, hotel.
Day 10 In Karimabad.
Day 11 Drive to Khunjerab Pass and back to Gulmit, overnight hotel in Gulmit.
Day 12 Drive to Gilgit, hotel.
Day 13 Fly to Islamabad (weather permitting), if flight cancelled drive to Besham, hotel.
Day 14 Free day in Islamabad if flown or drive Besham to Islamabad, hotel.
Day 15 Transfer to airport for flight to onward destination.



Day 1 Arrive Lahore, transfer to Hotel for breakfast and panoramic visit of Lahore, fly to Islamabad, transfer to hotel.
Day 2 Panoramic visit of the twin cities Islamabad and Rawalpindi, hotel.
Day 3 Drive on the Karakorum Highway to Chilas, hotel.
Day 4 Drive to Gilgit, hotel. Afternoon sightseeing.
Day 5 Drive to Hunza Karimabad, hotel. Afternoon visit Altit and Baltit forts, the old residence of the Mir (governor) of Hunza.
Day 6 In Karimabad, hotel.
Day 7 Day trip to Passu glacier and back to Gulmit, hotel.
Day 8 Drive to Chilas on the Karakorum Highway, hotel.
Day 10 Drive to Saidu Sharif over the Shangla Pass and enter into the Swat valley. Visit the Bahrain Bazaar and drive along the Swat river to Mingora / Saidu Sharif, transfer to Hotel. Visit Mingora Bazaar, Butkara & Saidu Stupas.
Day 11 Drive to Peshawar over the Malakand Pass, on arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon visit Qissa Khwani bazaar (The story tellers bazaar).
Day 12 In the morning excursion to Khyber Pass(subject to government permission), the gateway to the subcontinent. Transfer to Islamabad overnight in hotel.
Day 13 Transfer to airport for flight to onward destination.



Day 1 Arrive Lahore , transfer to Hotel. Later visit the Lahore. Visit Moguls monuments, Shalimar Bagh (Garden), built by the mogul emperor Shah Jehan, mosque of Wazir Khan in Old city. Afternoon visit the bazaar of Anarkali. Dinner in a "Salt n Pepper" a typical village restaurant, hotel.
Day 2 In the morning visit the Lahore fort, Badshahi mosque and museum. In the
evening transfer to airport for flight to Islamabad. On arrival transfer to Hotel.
Day 3 In the morning visit the capital of Islamabad. Visit Daman-e-Koh, Faisal mosque. Drive to Taxila and visit museum, ruins of the cities of Bhirmound, Surkup and Sursukh. Continue drive to Attock. Picnic lunch at Attock the point of confluence between Indus and Kabul rivers. Crossing Kabul river soon entered into Mardan district where we visit the Buddhist Monastery of Takht-i-Bhai. Crossing over the Malakand pass we reached Mingora, enroute we’ll see the Churchill picket and Shingerdar Stupa. On arrival, transfer to hotel.
Day 4 Excursion to Murghzar Palace Islampur. Visit Saidu museum, Butkara & Saidu stupas. hotel
Day 5 Day trip to Kalam (upper Swat), enroute visit Madyan, Bahrain Bazaar. Overnight hotel in Mingora.
Day 6 Drive back to Islamabad, hotel.
Day 7 Transfer to airport for flight to onward destination.



Day 1 Arrive Karachi, hotel.
Day 2 KARACHI (City Tour)
Day 3 Morning fly to Moenjodaro, visit Moenjodaro archaeological sites and in
the afternoon fly back to Karachi, hotel.
Day 4 Fly to Lahore, Afternoon city tour.
Day 5 Drive to Harappa, visit Harappa remains and in the afternoon drive back to
Lahore, hotel.
Day 6 Morning city tour of Lahore, in the evening fly to Islamabad, hotel.
Day 7 Day trip to Taxila, visit museum Julian Monastery, Sirkap and Dharmarajika stupa, overnight hotel in Islamabad.
Day 8 Transfer to airport for flight to onward destination.



Day 1 Arrive Islamabad, transfer to hotel. City Tour of twin cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Day 2 Day trip to Taxila and back to Rawalpindi, hotel.
Day 3 Drive to Mingora Swat over the Malakand Pass, hotel.
Day 4 Day trip to Kalam, overnight in Mingora.
Day 5 Saidu Sharif, hotel.
Day 6 Drive to Peshawar, afternoon city tour.
Day 7 Day trip to Khyber Pass, in the afternoon Peshawar city tour.
Day 8 Fly to Lahore, afternoon city tour.
Day 9 Morning Lahore city tour, afternoon transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination.


Experience the confluence of the highest mountain ranges of the world: Karakoram, Himalayas and Hindukush. Travel overland on Karakoram Highway, reputed as 8th wonder of the world, through the dramatic, deep gorge of Indus: the Lion river. Spend a few days in Hunza inhabited by Ismaeli Muslims and known for longevity of its inhabitants. Walk to the glaciers flowing down from the soaring peaks.


Day 1 Morning flight to the Islamabad. At Islamabad airport you will be received by a Karakorum Explorers representative with your transport for the tour. From Islamabad drive 28 km to Taxila, the capital of Buddhist Gandhara civilization. It is reputed as one of the most important archaeological sites of sub-continent. We visit the ruins of a former city (Sirkup), a former monastery (Julian) built on top of a hill and the splendid site museum that contains the artifacts recovered from the excavation sites. Here one could also see the Gold and Silver coins of Alexander The Great (326 BC) and local kings. After lunch proceed drive towards the Karakoram High passing through the lush green valleys of Mansehra District, enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the valley. Karakoram High way is the joint effort of Pakistan and China. Its completion took 20 years. 300 Chinese and 600 Pakistanis sacrificed their lives for the completion of this road. Overnight at Motel. (4/5 hours, 200 km)
Day 2 Early morning drive to Gilgit the capital city of Northern areas of Pakistan. At Thakot, we cross Chinese made bridge to enter the gorge of Indus river. For centuries this branch of Silk Route was used by the traders and Buddhist missionaries. There are many rock carving sites of that time: Shatial rock carving is one of them. Lunch in Chilas, we stop at Thalichi for the best view point of Nanga Parbat (8,125m) the 9th highest peak of the world and the second highest after K 2 in Pakistan, also known as the killer mountain. Rakaposhi (7,788m) and the Haramosh range can also be viewed from here. As we drive north we arrive at the meeting point of the mountain rages. The three highest mountain ranges of the world Karakoram , Himalayas and Hindukush meet where Indus river is joined by Gilgit river. We continue along Gilgit river, overnight at Hotel. (9/10 hours, 320 km)
Day 3 We drive out from Gilgit to re-enter the town from the historic route, crossing a suspension bridge over river. At Kargah to visit the rock-carved Buddha from 7th century AD. In the ancient times the Kargah valley used to be the traveling route of the Buddhist monks, to go to Taxila. Stroll down the colorful Bazaars of Gilgit . The tour will continue to the beautiful, breathtaking Hunza Valley through a scenic route On our way we see the old Silk Route used by the Buddhist monks and traders. En route short stay at Rakaposhi (7,788m) viewpoint. Enter the Hunza valley and arrive at the capital Karimabad. Overnight at Hotel. (2/3 hours, 110 km)
Day 4 Day free in Karimabad for short walks to ALTIT and BALTIT Forts, and for other explorations in Hunza Valley The people of Hunza are famous for their long lives. You can also see some beautiful peaks of Karakoram range from Karimabad ; Rakaposhi , Diran , Ultar ,Golden peak and the Nagar valley on the left bank of Hunza river. In Hunza each family grows enough wheat, maize, apricots and walnuts for its own use. The people are mostly self sufficient, making their own clothes, shoes, wooden and stone bowls and growing all their own food. The people are very friendly and cheerful. In the afternoon you could walk to Ultar glacier, follow the irrigation channel through the village or stroll through the single lane bazaar for better views of soaring peaks around you. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 5 Short drive through the heart of Karakoram. We stop at the village of Gulmit, in the shadow of virgin Gulmit tower. Walk through the village fields to visit the Polo ground and old houses. Later take a short trek to Gulkin glaciers and Borit Lake. As you end your trek near Borit Lake, the transport will pick for 15 km drive to Passu. Passu is a small charming village in the backdrop of soaring Passu Cones, with Passu and Batura glaciers at short walking distance. Walk through the village to see the village life. Overnight at Lodge. (1 hour, 50 km)
Day 6 Some 70 years ago Passu used to be the second largest settlement in Hunza after Karimabad. The glacier upstream on Hunza river moved down to create a large dam, that later broke and destroyed the fertile fields and houses. Now the river occupies the major share of the valley with village on its right bank. Morning walk to the Passu glacier and Passu Lake (45 minutes one way). From the snout of the glacier you have fascinating views of Shispar ( 7,611 m) and Passu Peak (7,478 m). Walk back to Lodge for lunch. Afternoon visit to the famous suspension bridges of Passu. These 800 feet long bridges over Hunza river are still used by the local people. Overnight at lodge.
Day 7 Drive along the bank of Hunza river on Karakoram Highway, enjoying fascinating views of Karakoram Peaks from a different angle. We might stop at Gilgit town for lunch. Arrive Chilas on the bank of Indus river, overnight at hotel. (260 km, 6/7 hours drive.)
Day 8 Full day drive on Karakoram Highway to Islamabad. We start early in the morning, to cover the 12 hours long drive. Short stay in Besham for lunch, by evening we shall reach Islamabad. Transfer to airport for the flight to home destination. ( 11/12 hours, 500 km)



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