Islamabad to Naran or Chilas Sightseeing: Balakot, Kiwai, Kaghan, Naran Islamabad to Naran travel time: 08 hours Night stay in Naran
Naran to Hunza Travel time 8 to 10 hours including sightseeings of Babusartop, Raikot, Nanga Parbat View Point, 3 Mountains Junction Point, Gilgit, Rakaposhi View Point, and Karimabad Night stay in Hunza
Hunza to Khunjerab Sightseeing: Attabad Lake, Passu Glacier, Passu Cones, Khunjerab Pass Night stay in Hunza
Local sightseeing, Altit fort, Baltit fort, Eagle nest Night stay in Hunza
Local sightseeing Night stay in Naran
After visiting Saifulmalook Departure for Islamabad
Booking a tour with us is simple and convenient. You can visit our website and explore the various tour packages we offer. Once you have chosen a package that suits your interests, you can fill out the booking form on our website or contact our customer support team via email or phone.
Our tour packages are designed to provide you with a comprehensive and hassle-free experience. The specific inclusions may vary depending on the package, but generally, our packages include accommodation, transportation, guided tours, entrance fees to attractions, and meals as specified in the itinerary.
The safety and security of our travelers are of utmost importance to us. We closely monitor the security situation in Pakistan and adhere to travel advisories issued by relevant authorities. We only operate in areas that are deemed safe for tourists, and our team maintains constant communication with local authorities and guides.
Absolutely! We understand that each traveler has unique preferences and interests. We offer the flexibility to customize your tour itinerary to suit your needs.
The currency used in Pakistan is the Pakistani Rupee (PKR). It is advisable to carry some cash in PKR for small expenses, such as local transportation or purchasing items from street vendors. Major credit and debit cards are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, and larger establishments in major cities. However, it is always recommended to have some cash on hand, especially when traveling to remote areas where card acceptance may be limited. Additionally, ATMs are available in most urban areas where you can withdraw cash using your international debit or credit card.