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  • Mint RW
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    In September 2022, our group of four people had a great trip to Pakistan. We used Awesome Adventure Pakistan, one of the best local tour companies based in Gilgit, for a tour that covered Islamabad, Naran, Gilgit, Hunza valley, Passu, Khunjerab pass,Fairy Meadows, Babu sar top, Chilas etc. Altaf , the CEO of the company, worked with us throughout the process, ensuring the itinerary was customized for the places and helping us apply for Evisa. There was frequent communication. He was able to apply the necessary flexibility according to our specific needs during this trip, while taking care of all the other details, including transportation, accommodation, attractions, and domestic flights as well. Altaf is knowledgeable, fun to be with, and loved by all the locals. We felt like we were with friends rather than tourists. which is why we would be happy to recommend your services to other friends of ours. It was truly a wonderful experience and will remain in our memories forever.

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    Written September 24, 2022
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  • kenkeh
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia2,766 contributions
    1st visit to attabad lake was around 6pm onwards on mid September, it was freaking cold 🥶with the strong wind blowing , we can’t stand the cold weather so decided to come back again tomorrow morning around 11am onwards which was so much better .. calm and warm weather to take the boat 🚤 ride for 7 adults which cost 3,500pkr per boat for 30 minutes ride .. it was nice the color of the lake which was glacier water . Just that I don’t really like the steep walk down to take the boat .. so scary .. not much protection , no real stairs and hand railing .. got safety issue ..
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • kenkeh
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia2,766 contributions
    I went during low season which was mid September, not much tourist so a lot of shop not open , nevertheless it’s an adventure here .. we are not allowed to walk over the bridge , there’s a rescue guy (safety guard) standby to watch over us .. just in case whoever falls off the bridge .. but I saw the local villagers living the other side walked over the bridge
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • kenkeh
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia2,766 contributions
    We came here after lunch , ticket was pkr1200 per person . Relaxing walk passing through the villages , we had altit fort guide who spoke English to bring us around and explained the history , he mentioned that this fort was built for a princess dowry .
    Written September 29, 2022
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  • Nabat
    3 contributions
    Intresting to visit passu and around, passu glicer, passu village and passu Hanging bridge is most inresting in Gojal Hunza
    Written May 20, 2020
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  • Huberto1313
    Sosnowiec, Poland175 contributions
    Perfect place to see wild animals.
    Superb lanscapes.
    Mountains, animals, snow - all around 4 700 m above see level.
    Written May 23, 2022
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  • Kciff
    Fox Island, WA1,016 contributions
    This small lake is a wonderful bird watching location. I noticed a small camp at one end of the lake it might be worth checking out - just make sure their plumbing isn't going into the lake! The drive there is along a small dirt road with hairpin turns. There is a restaurant that makes for a good tea stop on the lake. They also have some rooms. The views of the mountains are limited from there but lovely. Driving up past the lake to the Passu glacier and walking along the edge of the glacier is a treat - it isn't often can you be so close to a glacier.
    Written August 15, 2019
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  • Veer
    Karachi, Pakistan123 contributions
    Located at a distance of 40 Km from Gilgit city. It takes 2 hours to reach Naltar valley from Gilgit.
    The best season to visit Naltar Lake Satrangi Lake is May to October. In summer whole Naltar valley looks like a fairy land. The most prominent colors were blue, green and surprisingly, yellow, a color I had never seen before in a lake. There is also 2nd and third lake. Blue star lake and Firoza Lake. The distance from Rainbow Lake to blue star lake is Approximately 1 Km North of Rainbow Lake.
    Written April 3, 2020
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  • Nabat
    3 contributions
    one of the intresting trek with a beautiful views of 7000m peaks.Batura glacier and passu Glacier is the most adventure part of Batura trek .
    Written May 20, 2020
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  • Paul K
    California385 contributions
    The Hunza River is a constant all through The Hunza Valley. It’s lovely, winding, and framed by fruit trees, poplar forests, and mountains.
    Written May 17, 2019
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  • Meharban A
    Islamabad, Pakistan22 contributions
    The land of wakhi tribe in upper Hunza Gojal border with Afghanistan and China and one of the best tourist attraction in Pakistan, the most tourism destination are Passu , Batura, Shimshal, Chepurson , Khunjerab pass.
    Written December 11, 2020
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  • Umayr Masud
    58 contributions
    There are many of these sacred rocks , I hope more is done to preserve them , with the traffic right next to them I am pretty sure that they are being damaged.
    Written November 8, 2019
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  • Zartaj S
    Karachi, Pakistan50 contributions
    Our guide, who was a local of the village gave us a detailed tour. It is pretty amazing how there are still families living there without modernising it (as it is a Heritage Site). They were really hospitable & let us into the homes to view it from the inside. Please don't resent the entry charges to any of these places..they are used towards maintaining them
    Written January 5, 2019
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  • Arif Gilgiti Vlogs
    Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan79 contributions
    Shim shal is one of the most beautiful places Nothern Pakistan,
    i visited this place many times this is the place with beautiful culture, beautiful weather , beautiful mountains , beautiful fields and beautiful people
    Written November 4, 2019
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  • erumkhan2017
    Islamabad, Pakistan135 contributions
    The Fort is located at Misgar road which is off KKH, it will take on hour to reach the fort from KKH near Sust. The road is not metalled. The Fort is managd by the Military therefore tourist can't go inside.

    Kalam darchi fort was named after a naked saint and was built by British soldier during 1932-33 to keep an eye on the invasion and inflow of people from China and USSR through Wakan corridor. It remained the abode of Gilgit scouts, NLI and Pakistan army and underwent metamorphic changes during these periods. It has been restored and maintained by Pak army on various occasion and was once training school of Pak army.

    The placement of this fort is very strategic, as this was built on junction of three valleys Kilik, Mintika and Dlesung. Kilik and Mintika connect this region to China and Dilesung to Wakan corridor of Afghanistan.
    Written August 11, 2018
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