Tourist Destination

Manthoka Waterfall

Introduction One of the main tourist-hit attractions and the splendid land of Gilgit-Baltistan belongs to the beautiful Valley of Kharmang. It is famous as one of the five main valleys in the Gilgit-Baltistan region. But a Valley situated in between the huge Karakoram mountains exhibits extraordinary and mystic waterfalls, which one cannot afford to miss the sight of.  Let’s just… Read More »Manthoka Waterfall

Shigar Fort

Introduction The remarkable Shighar Fort is located in Shigar Town of Gilgit-Baltistan at a good distance of 13 miles from Skardu City. The Fort is a beautiful landmark of architecture with chaotic heritage, historic and cultural values. The meaning of its name and History The Shigar Fort in Balti language means ‘the Fort on Rock’. It was built in the… Read More »Shigar Fort

Sarfaranga Cold Desert

Introduction Sweat, hot air, Cactus, camel, and scorching sun are the unanimous description for a desert. And of course, nobody would want to go through such a hot and unfriendly place. And probably this is why we haven’t heard someone planning or wishing to go on a trip to a desert. Where is this ‘wonder” desert located? Its located in… Read More »Sarfaranga Cold Desert

Nagar District

Introduction The Nagar District is one of the 14 districts of the Pakistan-administered territory of Gilgit-Baltistan. Nagar District is located in the northeast of District Gilgit around some 65 km and it is elevated of 2590m from sea level. The Nagar District was established in 2015 by the division of the Hunza–Nagar District into two districts: the Hunza District and… Read More »Nagar District

Kharmang District

Introduction Kharmang is one of the 14, Pakistan’s territory-administered districts of Gilgit-Pakistan, lying on the borderlines of the country. The exact location of Kharmang district is where River Indus enters the premises of the country from Leh Deh district in India. Kharmang is a Balti word that consists of two parts (Khar means “fort” and mang means “abundant”). The name… Read More »Kharmang District

Khaplu Fort

Introduction The nostalgia of your ancestral culture and the piece of architecture is what everybody has loved and affection for. The breath-taking and adventurous masses of Gilgit-Pakistan have a lot more in a bag than just valleys, mountains, lakes, and waterfalls.  A very renowned town of Gilgit-Baltistan called ‘Khaplu’ in district Ghanche has a very interesting story in itself and… Read More »Khaplu Fort

Hunza District

Introduction Hunza is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza is situated at the bank of the Hunza River in the northern part of beautiful Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The Hunza Valley is nestled at an elevation of 2,438 meters. One can fall in irrevocable love with the mountains and astonishing peaks of Hunza, and the very famous Hunza… Read More »Hunza District

Giligit-Baltistan

Introduction Gilgit is known as the northern region of Pakistan as its located on the Northside, covering an area of 72971 km square. Gilgit is the capital of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan with a very sparsely populated high-mountain area in the north of Pakistan. Its natural environment is usually described with superlatives – the longest glaciers outside of the polar region, home… Read More »Giligit-Baltistan

Ghizer District

Introduction Northern areas of Pakistan are known as the hub of tourism. Not only Pakistani people but visitors throughout the world come to explore the different parts of Northern Pakistan to bring adventurous and exceptional experiences to their lives. One such anonymously beautiful place of Northern Pakistan, the Gilgit-Baltistan region is Ghizer District. The district has Gahkuch as its capital,… Read More »Ghizer District

Ghangche District

Introduction The word “gang” in the Balti language means “glacier”, and ‘”che” is used as a superlative term to indicate “an abundance”. Therefore Ghangche is one of the high-altitude districts of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.  ‘Khaplu’ is the administrative capital of Ghanche district. Distance of Ghanche from Skardu: The distance of Ghanche from Skardu is 103 km. You can board local transport… Read More »Ghangche District