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The Kalasha Valleys (Kalasha-mondr: Kaĺaśa Desh; Urdu: وادی کالاش‎) are valleys in Chitral District in northern Pakistan. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people, who have a unique culture, language and follow a form of ancient.
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Officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a country in South Asia. It is the fifth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212,742,631 people. Pakistan is blessed with world’s three highest mountain ranges with hundreds of snow covered peaks. In these ranges, Himalayas, Hindukash and Karakoram are well known. K2 is in the Karakoram Range and it world’s second highest peak. And in these beautiful ranges we have lots of beautiful treks from lush green meadows to snow covered treks.

The geography and climate of Pakistan are extremely diverse, and the country is home to a wide variety
of wildlife. Pakistan covers an area of 881,913 km2 (340,509 sq. mi), approximately equal to the combined land areas of France and the United Kingdom. It is the 33rd-largest nation by total area. Geologically, Pakistan is located in the Indus–Tsangpo Suture Zone and overlaps the Indian tectonic plate in its Sindh and Punjab provinces; Balochistan and most of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are within the Eurasian plate, mainly on the Iranian plateau. Gilgit–Baltistan and Azad Kashmir lie along the edge of the Indian plate and hence are prone to violent earthquakes. This region has the highest rates of seismicity and largest earthquakes in the Himalaya region. Ranging from the coastal areas of the south to the glaciated mountains of the north, Pakistan’s landscapes vary from plains to deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus
Along with “Spantik” You can explore Pakistan and cherish each and every moment in the valleys and enjoy the vast and diverse cultures and traditions.


The Khunjerab Pass is the highest paved international border crossing in the world and the highest point onthe Karakoram Highway. The roadway across the pass was completed in 1982, and has superseded the unpaved Mintaka and Kilik Passes as the primary passage across the Karakoram Range. The choice of Khunjerab Pass for Karakoram Highway was decided in 1966: China citing the fact that Mintaka would be more susceptible to air strikes recommended the steeper Khunjerab Pass instead. On the Pakistani – administered side, the pass is 42 km (26 mi) from the National Park station and checkpoint in Dih, 75 km (47 mi) from the customs and immigration post in Sost, 270 km (170 mi) from Gilgit, and 870 km (540 mi) from Islamabad. On the Chinese side, the pass is the southwest terminus of China National Highway 314 (G314) and is 130 km (81 mi) from Tashkurgan, 420 km (260 mi) from Kashgar and some 1,890 km (1,170 mi) from Urumqi. The Chinese port of entry is located 3.5 km
(2.2 mi) along the road from the pass in Tashkurgan County. The long, relatively flat pass is often snow- covered during the winter season and as a consequence is generally closed for heavy vehicles from November 30 to May 1 and for all vehicles from December 30 to April 1. The reconstructed Karakoram Highway passes thru Khunjerab Pass. Since June 1, 2006, there has been a daily bus service across the boundary from Gilgit, to Kashgar, Xinjiang.


The Karakoram Highway, also known as the Friendship Highway in China, was built by the governments of Pakistanand China. It was started in 1959 and was completed and opened to the public in 1979. Pakistan initially favoured routing through Mintaka Pass. In 1966, China citing the fact that Mintaka would be more susceptible to air strikes recommended the steeper Khunjerab Pass instead. About 810 Pakistanis and about 200 Chinese workers lost their lives, mostly in landslides and falls, while building the highway. Over 140 Chinese workers who died during the construction are buried in the Chinese cemetery in Gilgit. The route of the KKH traces one of the many paths of the ancient Silk road. Karakoram Highway provides the pathway to expeditions for almost all peaks in Gilgit–Baltistan, Kashmir and several peaks in Xinjiang China. The region includes some of the world’s largest glaciers like the Baltoro and Siachen Glaciers. Five of the Eight-thousanders (mountains taller than 8,000 meters (26,000 ft.)) of the world that are in Pakistan are accessible by the highway.

The Kalasha Valleys (Kalasha-mondr: Kaĺaśa Desh; Urdu: وادی کالاش‎) are valleys in Chitral District in northern Pakistan. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people, who have a unique culture, language and follow a form of ancient Hinduism.The Kalasha or Kalash, also called Waigali or Wai, are a Dardic Indo-Aryan indigenous people … Kalasha Desh (the three Kalash valleys) is made up of two distinct cultural areas, the valleys of Rumbur and Bumburet forming one, and Birir . Kalash Valley. The Kalash or the Kalasha are the only pagan minority residing in the Chitral district of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhua. They form the smallest minority community in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. … The Kalashas live in three valleys of Chitral namely, Rumbur, Brumbret and Birir. The Kalash Valley consists of three mountain valleys in the KPK province of Pakistan. Cut off from the world and saved from Muslim invaders by their location in three remote mountain valleys, the Kalasha are a cultural world apart from the predominantly Muslim population of Pakistan.
  • Stunning wild and urban scenery
  • Spectacular mountains vistas
  • One of the Wonder of the World, Stunning and astonishing Karakoram Highways
  • Killer Mountain’s View point (Nanga Parbat)
  • Junction point of three high Mountain ranges (Karakoram, Hindukush)
  • World’s second highest alpine plateau. (Deosai Plains)
Key information:
  • Guided Motorbike adventure
  • 12 night’s hotel stay
  • Group normally consist of 10-12 persons
  • Travel by private air-conditioned vehicle
Sights of Visit : 
  • Naran 
  • Kiwai waterfall 
  • Kaghan Valley 
  • Lulusar lake 
  • Gittidas Meadow
  • Babusar Pass
  • Nanga Parbart View point 
  • World Three highest Mountains junction point 
  • Rakaposhi View Point 
  • Altit & Baltit fort 
  • Duiker Valley 
  • Karimabad Bazar
  • Nagar & Hunza view point 
  • Passu 
  • Hopar Valley 
  • Hopar Glacier
  • Pak-China Friendship Tunnel 
  • Attabad Lake
  • Hussaini Suspension Bridge
  • Borate Lake ( off- Road )
  • Passu & Karakoram Highway view point
  • Sost
  • World Highest ATM
  • Pak-China Border (World Highest Border)
  • Gilgit Bazar
  • Guppies lake
  • Booni
  • Phandar Lake
  • Shandur Pass
  • Qaqlasht Meadow
  • Kalash Valley
  • Chitral City
  • Ayun Valley
  • Bamborait
  • Karakal
  • Mardan
  • Lowari Tunnel
  • Takht-e-bai
  • Malakand Pass
  • Faisal Mosque
  • Centaurus shopping Mall


  1. L.O.I (Letter of Invitation)
    1. Letter for the Visa process.
  2. Pick and drop to and from Airport
    1. Pick from Airport and drop to Hotel after dinner, Pick next day.
    2. Drop to Islamabad airport the last day.
  3. Motor Bikes (GS 150)
    1. Suzuki GS150
    2. Rent of the bikes
    3. Fuel and Oil change of the bikes.
    4. Tools and Spare parts for bike maintenance
  4. Fuel of Motor Bike
    1. Complete fuel ISB – ISB
  5. Mechanics (1 senior + 1 Helper)
    1. Mechanics for bike maintenance
  6. Tools & Spare parts
    1. Basic spare parts and tools for the bike maintenance.
  7. Team Leader
    1. A professional and experienced team leader for the group.
  8. Transportation
    1. HI-lux for bikes and crew.
    2. Hi-ace for Luggage and group members. (both with Fuel)
  9. Food (Breakfast, Dinner)
    1. Different food menu
      1. All food excluding Lunch (Breakfast and Dinner)
      2. Exclusive Dinner for 2 Nights (barbeque or Mutton etc.)
    2. Hotel Accommodation 
      1. Neat and clean accommodations, good staff and food.
    3. Camping 
      1. 1 night 3p Sharing camping at Sheosar lake
    4. Service of Guide 
      1. English spoken guide with good communication skills
    5. Land Cruisers from Astore to Skardu
    6. Crew Food & Accommodation


  • Lunch
  • Tea, Mineral water and Cold drinks expense
  • Any type of Sightseeing tickets
  • Extra expenses due to natural disaster and political reasons etc.
  • Any item not mentioned above in “Services Included”.
  • Medication, Evacuation and Rescue etc. in emergencies
  • Personal insurances of clients.
  • Laundry, beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature
  • Helmets OR other safety gears.
  • Air tickets (international & Domestic)

The following are terms & conditions for the bike tour.

  1. PKR-5000 Advance per rider on arrival as “Bike Security Fee”.
  2. After picking bike, riders will check their bikes and then report “OK”.
  3. No rider will cross team leader for any reason.
  4. Wherever a rider wants to go on their own for a while he/she should tell the team leader and guide.
  5. The riders will bring their own protective gears.
  6. 50% of payment should be deposited as an advance.
  7. If someone wants any type of drink or food other than the menu the member will have to pay for it.
  8. No Pillion on bikes, only one person will ride on bike.
  9. The Rider will not repair their bike by themselves, if anything happens to bike riders will have to tell team leader.
  10. Rider will check their bike daily in the morning; if there’s any problem he/she should tell the team leader.

What's included

Hunza , Kalash Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Return Location
  • Day 01
  • Day 02
  • Day 03
  • Day 04
  • Day 05
  • Day 06
  • Day 07
  • Day 08
  • Day 09
  • Day 10
  • Day 11
  • Day 12
  • Day 13
Day 01

Pick from Airport and Drop to Hotel

Day 02

Ride to Minipin (Nagar Valley )

Day 03

Ride to Minipin (Nagar Valley )

Day 04

Ride to Karimabad (Hunza Valley )

Day 05

Ride to Passu

Day 06

Ride to Khunjerab Pass and back to Aliabad

Day 07

Ride to Phandar

Day 08

Ride to Booni

Day 09

Ride to Kalash Valley

Day 10

Excursion in Kalash Valley

Day 11

Ride to Mardan

Day 12

Ride to Islamabad

Day 13

Drop to Airport

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Visa for Pakistan:
All nationalities require a full passport that must be valid for 6 months beyond the intended length of stay. We will provide you with a letter of invitation for visa process, It is your responsibility to have the correct personal documents and present it to Pakistani consulate or Pakistani embassy to obtain your own visa, if one is necessary, in accordance with the regulations of the country you are to visit. All nationalities should check with their travel agent or the relevant embassies. We are not responsible for the actions of local immigration and customs officials, whether at points of entry or otherwise and any subsequent effects.

Visa regulations can change without notice: please check the current regulations in good time to obtain a visa if one is required.

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