Hindukush Heights Hotel

Address: \N, Chitral, Pakistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Chitral, is near Rohtas Fort, The Raja Bazaar, Chitral Fort, and Murree Brewery.
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          A travel blog entry by hunzapakistan on Nov 22, 2011

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          ... Islam and it is thought that it may have roots in early Vedic religion. There is one creator God and several other Gods. The people of these valleys are called Kalashi, who are inhabited only in three valleys in the eastern Hindu-kush Mountain Range, Birir, Bumburate and Rumbur. These three valleys lie close to the border with Afghanistan (Nuristan), surrounded by the high peaks and they are hardly 3000 altogether, still practice their ancient religion and some of ...

          A Plan of a New Silk Road

          A travel blog entry by azfar on Nov 10, 2011

          1 photo

          With US elections fast approaching and Obama administration looking for an honourable exit from the Afghan War, world considers Pakistan to play an important role in all this arrangement. Pakistan, on the other hand considers itself as the "Ultimate Loser" in this game that has not only suffered tremendous economic loss but also huge human loss even more then the NATO and Americans combined. With our fragile economy losing 7 billion per annum, since 2002, one has to ...

          A Four-Seater Jeep, Six People & Two Kalashnikovs

          A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 05, 2011

          1 comment, 15 photos

          ... cats' and dogs' mating calls, we were ready to explore the much anticipated nearby valleys of Birir and Bomburet, the home of the elusive Kalash people.

          This day our escorting police guards were dressed in full military attire, now openly equipped with their impressive large Kalashnikov rifles. The guards undertook their role with admirable seriousness. They were delightful guys and although they joked, laughed and chatted with us in ...

          Eclectic Chitral - North West Frontier Province

          A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 04, 2011

          9 photos

          ... Chitral District. Not surprisingly, any hint of bad weather will ground flights for days, if not weeks. We were well aware of this potential issue before we travelled and were resigned to the possibility that we may not even reach our remotely located destination. But luck was with us this day and our flight was confirmed.

          Alan was in second heaven. He had always wanted to visit the city of Peshawar and to his perverse delight the flight ...

          The most dangerous place in the World

          A travel blog entry by nalddo on Jul 25, 2010

          8 photos

          ... us from looking for another hotel in an authorized neighborhood, the manager let us stay for one night (but eventually, we stayed there 3 nights without any problem).

          We never understood the reason of this interdiction to stay in some specific areas of Peshawar (not the whole city is forbidden), but is probably due to the fact that Peshawar is only 50 kms from the Afghan border, and surrounded by lots of Tribal Areas. These areas are dominated ...

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