Day #1: Islamabad Faisal Mosque

One of the best places to visit in Islamabad. The Faisal Mosque is a national mosque of Pakistan. It is the world’s sixth-biggest mosque and the largest in South Asia. The desert-tented mosque is recognized as one of the most iconic monuments of Islamabad in travel photography, as it is one of Islam’s holiest sites of worship and stretches over 5000 square meters. The mosque has an eight-sided concrete shell with a modern design that is based on the shape of a traditional Bedouin tent. The mosque is a modern and significant piece of Islamic architecture in Pakistan, and it is a prominent tourist destination.

Day #2 : Islamabad to Swat Valley

The Valley of Swat is delineated by natural geographic boundaries, and is centered on the Swat River, whose headwaters arise in the 18,000-19,000 foot tall Hindu Kush. The valley is enclosed on all sides by mountains, and is intersected by glens and ravines. Above mountains ridges to the west is the valley of the Panjkora River, to the north the Gilgit Valley, and Indus River gorges to the east. To the south, across a series of low mountains,  wide Peshawar valley.

Day #3 : Swat Valley to Ayun

Ayun is an administrative unit, known as Union Council and village in Chitral district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, 12 km south of the town of Chitral. It is located on the Chitral River at its confluence with the Bumburet River. Mountains surround the village. The Bumburet River runs the length of the village and is harnessed to generate electricity for both Ayun and for the village of Broze. The Bumburet River also provides water for irrigation and for drinking.

Day #4 : Ayun to KALASH VALLEY

At a distance of 40 Kilometers from Chitral, along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, at an elevation of 1,670 meters lies the remote but one of the most beautiful valleys of Pakistan in the Hindu Kush known as Kalash Valley. The traditions, customs, and culture of Kalash Valley bear a striking contrast with the rest of Pakistan.
It is also known as “Kafiristan” (Land of non-believers) as the religion followed in the majority of the valley is not Islam but a form of Animism and ancient Hinduism.


Kalash Valley consists of three main villages namely Bumbret the largest and most developed in the valley, Rumbur the second village, and Birir the third and the least developed village. Bumbret is the village most visited by the tourists; however, it is said that to truly experience the culture of Kalash valley visiting the smaller villages is advisable as they are less commercialized.


Chitral Valley is more than 1,100 meters high and is dominated by Trichmir, the highest peak in the Hindu Kush Mountains. There are green valleys and meadows as well as steep mountains and huge glaciers in this area. The winters here are very cold, but the summers can be quite pleasant. The towns of Booni, Arandu, as well as the Madaklasht Valley, are some of the best places to see here. Barmoghlasht Resort is also only 14.5 kilometers from Chitral, and its surroundings are so beautiful that you should go there. Visits to the Golen Valley, with its verdant meadows, springs, fields full of flowers, beautiful panoramic views, and waterfalls are also highly recommended for anyone who has a passion for nature.


The Mastuj Valley in Chitral State is a part of the Hindu Kush Range, and is one of the structurally most complicated areas in northern Pakistan. Sedimentary rocks ranging from at least Middle Devonian to Cretaceous, and perhaps Early Tertiary age lie between ridge-forming granodiorite intrusions and are cut by thrust faults.


Ghizer valley is a remarkable place in Gilgit Baltistan. The word Ghazir came from the name of “Gherz” which means refuge in the Khowar language. Gahkuch is the capital of Ghazir district.  Ghazir is a multi-ethnic district with three m


Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) is 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 of the world’s second highest peak (K2) and four more eight-thousanders. GB is largely a high-mountain desert; geologically, it spreads over three high mountain systems: Himalaya, Karakorum and Hindukush. The society of GB is diverse in terms of language, religion and ethnicity.

Day #10 : Hunza

From Gilgit, it takes about 3 hours to drive to Hunza Valley. This valley is in the extreme north of Pakistan. Hunza Valley is a breathtaking valley with numerous snow-capped mountains. This valley consists of three regions i.e. lower Hunza Gojal, Central Hunza, and upper Hunza. The Hunza Valley is a popular tourist destination. Tourists from all over the world visit Hunza Valley throughout the year, but the best months to visit are May through October. In May, the maximum temperature is 26°C, while the minimum is 15°C, and in October, the maximum temperature is 10°C and the minimum temperature is 0°C. Explore the forts of Altit and Baltit.


Attabad Lake is captivating in a way that will leave you speechless. People can enjoy jet skiing and boating on Attabad Lake. Attabad Lake also offers accommodations in the form of high-end hotels. On the shores of Attabad Lake, you’ll also find luxurious glamping resorts and Luxus Hunza. In the Hunza Valley, one of the most beautiful spots is Attabad Lake. It is the most popular tourist destination in all of Hunza Valley.

Day #12 : HUNZA to GILGIT

The valley surrounding the Hunza River is home to some of the world’s best treks, with trail lengths ranging from a few hours to several days. Combine nature with history with a steep walk up to the 800-year-old Baltit Fort, and hire a tour operator to help you explore the magical villages, interact with the hospitable locals, and score the freshest apricots in the valley.

Day #13 : GILGIT to NARAN

Research indicates that lake Saif-ul-Malook is the fifth-best tourist destination in the country. The lake is surrounded by hypnotic beauty, a pleasant environment, and breathtaking vistas. Each year, it attracts a large number of travelers from throughout the globe. The ideal time to visit this location is between May and September. During the winter, the lake is covered in snow and the roads are impassable owing to the severe snowfall. In addition to brown trout, the lake contains an iconic vista of Malika Parbat, the highest mountain in Kaghan Valley.


Taxila, located in the Rawalpindi district of Pakistan’s Punjab province, is a vast serial site that includes a Mesolithic cave and the archaeological remains of four early settlement sites, Buddhist monasteries, and a Muslim mosque and madrassa. Situated strategically on a branch of the Silk Road that linked China to the West, Taxila reached its apogee between the 1st and 5th centuries. It is now one of the most important archaeological sites in Asia. The ruins of the four settlement sites at Taxila reveal the pattern of urban evolution on the Indian subcontinent through more than five centuries.

Day #15 : Tour End

Tour will end in Islamabad with ending Dinner/Lunch.

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