Hindukush Heights Hotel

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

    27 photos

    ... is little in common with 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, ...

    A Four-Seater Jeep, Six People & Two Kalashnikovs

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 05, 2011

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Dawn awoke and Chitral Town was alive with people, trucks, jeeps, motor bikes and noise. Men in long elegant shalwar kameez, men with woollen Pashtun hats, long bearded men in flowing gowns with pill box caps and men in waist coated jerkins walked purposely along the dusty Chitral streets. There were no women to be seen.

    Our PTDC hotel was very centrally located and gave us great views of down town Chitral. After a quiet night, awoken only by ...

    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

    Arriving in Peshawar together with Roman, we started looking for a hotel. When we arrived at the one we had elected, the clerk told us we were not allowed to stay there because the area was prohibited to foreigners. After having a look at the 3 pages listing of prohibit areas the consulate in Paris had given to me, I confirmed that the Cantonment area of Peshawar is mentioned… Damn, I should have looked it before… But, since it was late, and ...

    Back to Chitral

    A travel blog entry by watchoutworld on Mar 16, 2009

    I pulled myself away from Rumbour and caught one of the few jeeps back to Chitral town. I'd left a bag with A's family to look after and I'd promised them I'd come back so I went straight back to their home and was warmly welcomed. I spent the night there and spent the time helping the little girl with her English and being fed so much I thought I would burst! I took a walk around the bazaar and the little ...

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