Mountain Travel Guides

Travel to Ramkot Fort

April 2nd, 2016 by

The Ramkot Fort is an ancient attraction for adventure lovers, ancient architecture observers and picnic enthusiasts. On the junction of Jhelum River and Mangla Dam, this unique island like historical place is an all-season destination in lower Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Built in 16th...

Leepa Valley Travel Guide

August 1st, 2015 by

In the presence of Neelum Valley, it’s very difficult to take eyes away from the majestic splendors of this top ranked belt. This valley remained and will remain the first priority for the travelers of Azad Kashmir. But for those who consider the less...

The Sajikot Splendors

May 3rd, 2015 by

From the Karakoram Highway, it’s difficult to have a hint of the grandeur laying over the heights of Havelian. It needs to leave the KKH and drive through the Havelian city to unveil another fantasy land of Hazara. It is not about the waterfalls...

Karore-Ban Road: A Tranquil Route to Murree

April 27th, 2015 by

To access the areas of natural beauty, exploring the alternatives to the known highways and main roads is a common hobby among the adventure seekers. Many of the enthusiastic bikers and rough and tough drivers opt for a challenging yet attractive drive to the...

Naran – Kaghan Valley Travel Guide

May 16th, 2014 by

Naran is the ultimate name which brings energies, thrill and adventure to the youth of Pakistan. In the recent years, the Kaghan valley emerged as the biggest attraction for the family holidays, jeep safaris, trekking, camping and a number of exciting outdoor activities. The...

Astore Town Travel Guide

November 30th, 2013 by

Astore Town is renowned for its versatile natural beauty and access to a number of world’s unique mountain attractions. This beautiful mountain town is located at an altitude of 2600m with availability of basic necessities, communication and routine business facilities. The Shina is the...

Karimabad – Hunza Valley Travel Guide

November 24th, 2013 by

Karimabad is one of the most famous towns in Gilgit-Baltistan. Located under the snow packed Ultar Mountain (7388 m) in Hunza valley, this town is awesome in scenery and tourist facilitation. The altitude of Karimabad is 2450 meters and it offers superb views to a...

Gilgit Town Travel Guide

November 17th, 2013 by

The Gilgit Town is situated at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level. The weather is hot in June to August and freezing from December to end to February. Shina is the local and common language while Urdu and English languages are also...

Skardu Town Travel Guide

November 16th, 2013 by

The capital of Baltistan and a major town of Gilgit-Baltistan province, the Skardu is a well established mountain city. Skardu is about 10 kilometers wide and 40 kilometers long valley at the confluence of the Indus River and the Shigar River. At an altitude...

Murree – The Queen of Hills

November 7th, 2013 by

Pakistan’s most popular and mesmerizing hill station Murree is an ideal family holidays spot. A broad area from Murree to Galiat is predominantly a population of pine and oak forested mountains. In addition to the dense natural brilliance, the Murree is equally rich in...

Abbottabad Travel Guide

November 2nd, 2013 by

Abbottabad is the most advanced, beautifully established and scenic mountain city of Pakistan. This city is a large lush bowl surrounded by green Sarban hills which add to the magnificence. The Karakoram Highway divides the Abbottabad and thus makes it a very convenient base...

Shausar Lake, Deosai

November 2nd, 2013 by

Shausar Lake is the biggest charm for tourists visiting one of the highest plateaus of the world. This lake is renowned for its magnificence, size and location among the high altitude wetlands lovers. The deep blue water and the dense green grassy boundaries of...

Hushe Valley Travel Guide

November 1st, 2013 by

Hushe is the Karakoram’s fantasy land. It is a versatile home of mountaineering activities including climbing, rock climbing, trekking and adventure photography. A land of granite towers, beautiful peaks, challenging glaciers and noisy rivers, there is a lot much to choose from in Hushe....

Shigar Fort, Baltistan

October 26th, 2013 by

Shigar valley becomes the first when identifying the most congested cluster of world’s highest peaks in any specific mountain area. Starting from the K2 to the bank of Indus in Skardu, an uncountable list of splendors and wonders are located in Shigar valley. Beside...

Khunjerab Pass

October 26th, 2013 by

Khunjerab is the border between Pakistan and China located in the South West end of Gilgit-Baltistan province. At an altitude of 4700 meters, this Karakoram pass also becomes the world’s highest international highway. The distance of Khunjerab from the Gilgit is 270KM and from...