PTDC Chitral Motel

Main Bazzar, Chitral, Pakistan | Hotel
 

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KALASH OF HINDU KUSH MOUNTAIN CHITRAL PAKISTAN

A travel blog entry by hunzapakistan

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The Kalash Valleys of Chitral in Hindu-Kush Mountains of Pakistan!

The Kalash is a very small ethnic community of the mountain people, surrounded by the mountains of Hindu-Kush called the Kafir Kalash or Kafiristan, kafir means non-Muslim and Kafiristan means the land of non-Muslims. This small mountain community is not Muslim by religion. They have their own religion, language, cultural and dress, those are unique in the world. Their religion is little in ...

A Four-Seater Jeep, Six People & Two Kalashnikovs

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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... 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 ...

The Wonderful Faces of Chitral Town

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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The wonderful faces of the local Chitral people. All gave their permission to have their photos taken.











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Eclectic Chitral - North West Frontier Province

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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The day dawned crystal clear. We were more than fortunate as we knew that the flights from Islamabad to north Pakistan are more often cancelled than actually fly. The eighty minute flight from Islamabad to Chitral in the North West Frontier Province (now known as the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa Province*) high up on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, travels through the 3,018 meter Lowari Pass, one of the two main passes in the Hindu Kush mountain range that allow entry ...

The most dangerous place in the World

A travel blog entry by nalddo

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... 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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This hotel, located on Main Bazzar, Chitral, is near Rohtas Fort, The Raja Bazaar, Murree Brewery, and Chitral Fort.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPTDC Chitral Motel

    Reviewed by mujtaba.rahi.59

    Excelent

    Reviewed May 11, 2011
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    TripAdvisor Reviews PTDC Chitral Motel

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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