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... drive on Karakorum Highway, which is recently repaired by Chinese. But all the flights to Gilgit from Islamabad are subjected to weather condition. You may also approach from China Tashkurgan-Kashgar via Khunjerab Pass 4733M that is another option.
Day-01: Arrival Islamabad, overnight at hotel
Day-02: Drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway (KKH)
Day-03: Continue to Karimabad- Hunza
Day-04: Full day trek to Ultar Meadow
Day-05: Visit to Hopar, walking on ...
... the tents or hotel
10th September 2015: Trek from: Minapin to Hapakun 2800M (3 hours, 5.8 km and 800
m ascent). It takes maximum 3 hours to reach Hapakun (2800 M), a grassy meadow, from Diran Guest house situated at Minapin Village.
11th September 2015: Hapakun to Tagaphari 3300M (2-3 hours, 3km, 450m ascent), a steep trail continues from Hapakun to Tagaphari. The trail eases off ...
... utensils, musical instruments, a stuffed snow leopard, gems etc on display. You may visit to Rock carving at Donaydas that is called"Hunza Scared Rocks " and ruby mine. You can have boat safari at newly formed lake (Attaabad Lake) due to huge landslide that blocked the Karakorum Highway and Hunza River, formed a big lake in the middle of the mountains .
The view points for the landscape are Duikar-Altit 3000M, the highest point of ...
... will be members belonging to different sects of Islam. They also used to intermarry heavily. Recently, with the tensions in Pakistan, these peoples' peaceful coexistence is in jeopardy.
When I went to Ganish from Karimabad today, one of the first things a lady asked me there was whether I was Shia or Ismaili. I responded by saying "none". Then she asked me if I was alone and I said yes. Then she asked me why I don't feel scared and I responded by saying that why should ...
... the car from falling over. Anyways, the story ends with a happy ending. The two guys in the car crawled out of where the windshield was, and
we all cheered "Subhanallah" and went along, the police ended up helping them.
Another scary moment: Our bus was stopped in the night, the men were ordered to get out and show their id cards and the women and children were told to sit inside the bus. Immediately, the recent scenario played out in ...