—Departure from Lahore: Rs.17,000/- Per Head
—Departure From islamabad: Rs.15,400/- Per Head
**In case couple needs separate room, Rs: 2000/- per head additional will be charged
—Booking Advance: Rs.5000/-
—Remaining payment: At the time of departure.
—Registration Deadline: 10th June, 2017
– Travelling cost from Lahore To Lahore
– Travelling cost from Islamabad To Islamabad
(Pick and Drop Facility Available for Waziirabad, Gujrat and Jahlum Participants)
– Luxurious Accommodation
– 10 Meals ( 2 Meals a Day )
– Standard meals during travelling
– Travelling Cost to Khunjerab pass.
– Bar B Q
– Borne Fire
– Music Party
– Ride of boats at Attabad lake
– Jeeps at khunjerab pass (if)
– All Tolls and Taxes.
– Guidance services
– Nagar Valley
– Altit Fort
– Baltit Fort
– Attabad Lake
– Khunjerab pass ( Pak-China Border – 4,693 m )
– Rakaposhi View Point
– sespanshion bridge
-Sight-Seeing – Photography – BBQ – Bonfire – Camping
Booking and Information:
Sajid Ali Khan | Asad Mehmood
0315-5443137 | 0312-5075178
Departure from Lahore: 9:00 PM
Departure From Islamabad: 3:00 AM
Short stay in Mansahra
Breakfast at Mansehra
Drive toward Besham / Naran (if Babusir open)
Visit Samar Nala (If Babusar closed)
Night Stay in Chillas
Dinner: 7:00 Pm
Breakfast: 7:00 am
Moving towards Karimabad (Hunza)
Visit of Rakaposhi view point
Visit of Junction of 3 mighty mountain ranges
Visit of Nanga Parbet view point
Visit of Altit fort
Sunset In Duikar
Night Stay in Karimabad (Hunza)
Breakfast:: 8:00 am
drive toward Khunjrab Pass
Crossing Pak-China Tunel
Short Break at Attabad Lake
Boating on Attabad Lake (self paid)
Drive toward Khunjrab Pass
Short Break at Sost
Drive toward Khunjrab Pass
Visit of Khunjrab Pass
drive back to Pasu
Sightseen at Pasu Cone, Visit Suspension Bridge
Night Stay in Pasu Inn Lodege
Dinner: 8: 00 pm
Breakfast: 7:00 am
Drive toward Borit Lake
Minor Hike toward Borit Lake
Drive toward Hunza,
Visit Baltit Fort
Visit Hunza local Maket
Drive toward Chilas
Night stay at Panorama Hotel, Chilas
Breakfast: 8:00 pm
Moving towards Lahore & Islamabad
Dinner on the way Only For Lahore Participants
Arival in Islamabad: 8:00 pm
Arrival In Lahore 3:30 Approx
–Group of 5, avail 5% discount on all seats.
–Group of 10 and above, avail 10% discount on all seats
–For Childrens: 50% Discount of Age Between 5-10 (Jumper Seats)
–Kids Below 5 years Will Be Free
*One Discount Category Would Apply At A Time
—Trip Duration: 5 Days 4 Nights
—Accommodation: 5 Night Hotel Stay (Sharing Base 4 Persons)
—Travel through private air conditioned vehicle.
(Saloon Coaster if 20 Persons)
(Grand Cabin if 13 Persons)
—4 Night hotel as per plan on 4 Pax sharing
—Quality 2 time meals (Menu Given Below)
—BBQ | Bonfire and Music
—All tolls and taxes
—Basic First Aid Kit.
|SERVICES NOT INCLUDED|
—Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.
—Insurance liability medical aid, and helicopter rescue coverage.
—Anything thing other than mentioned above in “Cost Include” area is not included in cost
—Breakfast: Paratha + Egg + Milk Tea.
—Dinner: Chicken Karahi / Chicken Qorma / Chicken Palao / Daal / Vegetable (On rotation)
*Meals served with Fresh Chapati and Cold Drinks.
*1 Time BBQ arrangement. (Chicken Leg Piece or Chest Piece)
— 7 days before the departure, 50% deduction.
— 3 days before the departure, 75% deduction.
— Less than 3 days before the departure, 100% deduction.
|DETAIL OF AREA|
The Hunza (Burushaski and Urdu: ہنزہ) is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit–Baltistan region of Pakistan. The Hunza is situated north/west of the Hunza River, at an elevation of around 2,500 metres (8,200 ft). The territory of Hunza is about 7,900 square kilometres (3,100 sq mi). Aliabad is the main town while Baltit is a popular tourist destination because of the spectacular scenery of the surrounding mountains like Ultar Sar, Rakaposhi, Bojahagur Duanasir II, Ghenta Peak, Hunza Peak, Passu Peak, Diran Peak and Bublimotin (Ladyfinger Peak), all 6,000 metres (19,685 ft) or higher.
The Nagar Valley (Urdu. نگر) is a valley near Gilgit Valley in the Gilgit Baltistan of Azad Kashmir. The valley is part of Hunza Nagar District and is administratively subdivided into two tehsils namely Nagar-1 and Nagar-2. The valley is situated at an elevation of 2,438m (7,999 feet). Nagar Khas is the main town and was the capital of the former state of Nagar. Gulmet is a popular tourist attraction in Nagar because of the scenery of the surrounding mountains like Rakaposhi at 7,788m (25,561), and Diran and more than 30 other peaks. The climate of Nagar remains pleasant from mid-April to the end of September. The maximum temperature in summer during the day is 13 °C. The weather becomes very cold during the winter, mainly from October to end of March. The minimum temperature can be -14 °C.
Nagar was formerly a princely state which had existed for 1200 years. The people of Nagar were ruled by a local Tham/Mir for more than 1200 years, until the states were dissolved in 1974 by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. The region was given democratic representation to the Northern Areas Council, now called the Legislative Assembly Gilgit, Baltistan in 2008.
Nagar is bordered by the Gilgit Agency to the southwest, China to the north and northeast and Afghanistan to the northwest.
The religion of the Nagar Valley is Islamic, all being Shia Isna Ashree. The literacy rate is over 90% for men and about 59% for women.
According to the 1998 census, the population of the Nagar Valley was 1 lac and according to the 2000 figures the population had risen to 100,000. The languages spoken are Brushashki, and Shena . Sixty percent of the Burusho people live in Nagar. 40% of the Shina-speaking people live in Nagar Valley. Bedishki or Domaaki language is a language spoken by the Bedicho (Doma) tribe of Nagar.It has only one hundred speakers, and is spoken in Chalat Nagar.
The whole area of Nagar was declared as a community park to prevent the hunting of endangered animals.
***Note: Terms & Condition Apply
1. By Hand.
House 123, Street 8, Ghoari Garden, Islamabad
Title: Adventure Tourist Club – ATC
Account #: 230531459
Branch Code: 0230
UBL Bank Branch Islamabad
Sajid Ali Khan
For More Detail and Information and Booking Contact:
Sajid Ali Khan 0312-50-75-177 & 0315-5443137
Asad Mehmood: 0312-50-75-178
M Bilal: 0345-5464499
Rashid Saleem: 0307-7876146
Ali Ahmed: 0334-5001244