Gilgit Baltistan Autumn Tour (Hunza, Nagar, Skardu, Kkaplu, Phander, Shigar) -16 days.
Do you want to spend the colorful autumn in a remote, organic, and enchanted place having distinguishing natural features? You are in the right spot. Crossroads Adventure has planned an unforgettable trip for you in the beautiful natural setting of Gilgit Baltistan during the fall season. The unmatched beauty of the exhilarating valleys of Skardu, Hunza, Gilgit, Phander, Khalti, and Nagar is enhanced by the colorful falling leaves which are spread equally by the mesmerizing autumn winds. Apart from natural beauty, you would be able to witness the UNESCO enlisted sites like Altit, and Baltit Fort, the historically significant places like Karpochu Fort, the rock carvings, the majestic view of Himalayas, Hindukush, and Karakorum range, and much more.
How would you be Entertained on this Trip?
Wouldn’t it be relaxing to be Entertained by a unique, and multispectral natural setting? Get ready, and confirm your booking with our team. We will take you to the enthralling beauty of northern Pakistan. Enjoy the magnificent view of Nanga Parbat, Rakaposhi, Passu Cathedral, the Golden Peak, K2, Gasherbrum, and other mighty mountains of the world.
Explore the historic origin, and beauty of the Skardu valley by visiting the famous yet old masterpieces in the form of Karpocho Fort, the Khapulu Fort, Khapulo old mosque, the old Khapulu Bazar, Skardu City Bazar, and the Shigar valley. The beauty of the region increases to many folds when the multi-color leaves cover the entire land giving a rainbow look to the region. The unparalleled soothing experience in the famous cold desert, the Katpana desert, and the Sand dunes in Skardu recharge you with vitality.
Want to explore distinctive comeliness? The Hunza valley would be a top choice for this purpose. Experience the pleasing windy autumn in the enticing valleys like Gulkin, Gulmit, Karimabad, Hussaini, Sost, Kamaris, and Hisper. Explore the best sites for spending quality time like the Ondra Fort, Altit, and Baltit Fort, and the breathtaking viewpoints best suited for photography like the Shisper Peak view, Khunjerab National Park, Duikar sunset viewpoint. Thus, there is a complete package of exploring the unparalleled natural sites in the extreme north of Pakistan.
Are you an admirer of the far-fetching freshwater lakes? Image their beauty when their surroundings are carpeted by colorful leaves, herbs, and shrubs, the whistling of the wind through them presents a melodious setting. Spend precious moments beside the Upper, and Lower Kachura lakes in Skardu, the enriched Khalti lake, the enraptured Phander lake, and the chilled Lulusar lake on Babusar top.
Is it the Desired Trip for You?
A Brief Upshot:
Islamabad, capital of Pakistan
Islamabad, capital of Pakistan
Gilgit, Hunza, Skardu, Phander, Gahkuch
Walking & Culture experience
5 to 15
Explore the unrivaled beauty of Gilgit Baltistan during Autumn.
Experience unforgettable moments beside Shangrila resort, the Upper Kachura lake, the Lulusar lake, the enraptured Khalti lake.
Enjoy a delighted cultural exploration by visiting the centuries old Altit, and Baltit Forts which are enlisted in the UNESCO Tentative List.
Experience a windy, and colorful adventure in a memorable village walk in the enticing Gulkin, Gujal, and Gulmit Valleys.
Witness local hospitability, and explore the distinctive local artifacts in local bazaars of Karimabad, Skardu, Khapulu, and Gilgit.
Avail a golden chance of professional photography in the best view points of he skyrocketing peaks of Nanga Parbat, Rakaposhi, K2, Passu cones, the Golden Peak, and Gasherbrum.
Description of Significant Areas:
A land where the three extravagant mountains of the Himalaya, Karakoram, and Hindu-Kush greet each other, the home to rare flora and fauna, beautiful valleys, and dazzling lakes, is Gilgit-Baltistan; yet another eye-catching region of Pakistan and a popular tourist destination.
The amiable citizens, celestial landscapes, and enthralling cascades make this province a favorite destination for tourists from all across the world. Moreover, the simplicity and harmony of the province are a treat for the mind and soul. The region is known to be surrounded by the highest and greatest number of mountains around the world. Although the area is dry and rugged, as the clouds are blocked by the huge mountains but the labor of the strong and willing local population has even claimed the hard mountains for cultivation resulting in beautiful green orchids of many fruits in the valley. This makes a spectacular contrast in the green fields and ruggedness of the mountains topped with white snow.
JOURNEY THROUGH THE KARAKORAM HIGHWAY
Your journey with us along the Hindukush & Karakorum is full of excitement and thrill. The Karakorum highway is one of the highest paved roads in the world, passing through Hindukush & Himalaya mountain ranges, it provides the pathway to expeditions for almost all peaks in Gilgit–Baltistan, The region includes some of the world’s largest glaciers like the Baltoro and Siachen Glaciers, Five of the Eight thousand (mountains taller than 8,000 meters of the world that are in Pakistan are accessible by the highway.
Baltistan, also known as Baltiyul or Little Tibet (Balti), is a mountainous region on the border of Pakistan and India in the Karakoram mountains just south of K2 (the world’s second-highest mountain). Baltistan borders Gilgit to the west, Xinjiang (China) in the north, Ladakh on the southeast, and the Kashmir Valley on the southwest. Its average altitude is over 3,350 meters (10,990 ft). Baltistan is home to more than 20 peaks of over 20,000 feet (6,100 m), including K2 (the second-highest mountain on earth. Other well-known peaks include Masherbrum (also known as K1), Broad Peak, Hidden Peak, Gasherbrum II, Gasherbrum IV, and Chogolisa (in the Khaplu Valley). The following peaks have been scaled: The Himalayas advance into this region from India, Tibet, and Nepal, and north of them are the Karakoram range. Both ranges run northwest, separated by the Indus River.
Skardu has several tourist resorts and many natural features, including plains, mountains, and mountain-valley lakes. The Deosai plain, Satpara Lake and Basho also host tourists. North of Skardu, the Shigar valley offers plains, hiking tracks, peaks, and campsites. Other valleys in the Baltistan region are Khaplu, Rondu, Kachura Lake and Kharmang. The region is inhabited primarily by Balti people of Tibetan descent. Millennia-old Tibetan culture, customs, norms, language, and the script still exist, although the vast majority of the population follows Islam.
Book Tour Now: