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Skardu
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6:26 am, Mar 5, 2024
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Baltistan Cultural Tour – The Mountains Call

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  • Group : 2-12 pepole
  • Max Elevation 2500 meters (more)
  • Trip Style: Cultural / Soft
  • Difficulty Level 1 - Beyond The Valley Adventures
    Difficulty Level1/10
  • Join in Islamabad
  • Hotel (Nights)08
  • Hiking Mileage
    Camps (Nights)None
  • MealsFull Board
  • Trip Length: 9 days

Trip Highlights

  • Experience the rich cultural heritage of secluded valleys.
  • Witness the spectacular high mountain peaks such as Masherbrum, Haldi Cone
    Chogho Brak, Grey Tower, etc.
  • Visit the beautiful lakes, including upper Kachura lake
  • Visit the Safranga cold desert
  • Visit famous forts, including the Kharpocho Fort, Shigar Fort, and Khaplu Fort
  • Plenty of opportunities for short/day hikes.
  • Drive along the mighty Indus and Shyok Rivers.
  • Enjoy the traditional food throughout the holiday.
  • Experience village life in pristine areas.

 

Description

Baltistan, a stunning valley in the Karakoram range, is a popular destination for adventure and cultural exploration. It offers breathtaking landscapes, a rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality, making it a paradise for all visitors. Renowned as a haven for trekkers and adventure enthusiasts, this beautiful region hosts four of the world’s 14 peaks surpassing 8000m and numerous mountains above 7000m. Additionally, it has well-known trekking routes, adding to its attraction for those seeking thrilling adventure experiences.

 

The region is famous for its diverse cultures and ethnic groups, and its history is steeped in culture, reflecting influences from Tibetan and Central Asian traditions. Visitors can explore beautiful valleys, ancient forts, historic mosques, and lively bazaars, immersing themselves in local life’s unique customs and rituals. The Ghanche district, in particular, provides insight into the traditional lifestyle of the Balti people. This harmonious blend of natural wonders and cultural treasures makes Baltistan an unforgettable destination for travelers seeking a unique and authentic experience off the beaten path

 

Photos - Baltistan Cultural Tour

Trip Itinerary

Day 1Islamabad Arrival

Upon arrival at Islamabad International Airport, our guide will greet you and transfer you to the hotel for check-in. Participants can use free time to relax and recover from the journey. Following lunch at the hotel, a tour briefing will be conducted. Later in the day, there will be a visit to the market for essential shopping and currency exchange. The itinerary also includes visits to the Lok Virsa Museum and the Shah Faisal Mosque.

 

Margalla Islamabad - Baltistan Cultural Tour
Islamabad-Airport - Baltistan Cultural Tour

Islamabad City - Baltistan Cultural Tour

 

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
540m/1770ft

Driving Duration
1-2 hours

Meals Included
Lunch & Dinner

Day 2Islamabad – Skardu - Khaplu

Today, our journey begins with an exciting 01 scenic flight, where you can enjoy amazing views of the mighty Nanga Parbat and other mountain peaks. Once we land, we’ll be transferred into a local vehicle and travel to Khaplu (3 hours) through charming Baltistan villages. Get ready to be amazed by the beautiful mountains and rivers like Indus and Shyok on our way to the captivating Ghanche district. Our route boasts captivating highlights, including brief stops at Thorgo Pari (10 minutes), the attractive Shayok River and Indus River meeting point (20 minutes), and a delightful 10-20 minute walk across a suspension bridge at Keris.

 

Once we reach Yugo village, our local guide will lead us through the agricultural sites and the residential area, offering a unique opportunity to engage with their way of life. This village visit will take approximately 2 hours. It will encompass activities like picking fresh fruits, observing the local organic farming methods, and conversing with local people, artisans, and elders to gain insights into their daily routines. We’ll then explore the settlement area and visit a traditional water flour mill. We’ll enjoy some healthy Balti cuisine prepared by local women for our lunch.

 

As the day unfolds, our journey continues to Khaplu, where we check into our hotel. Later, we drive to Hanjore Broq to witness a mesmerizing sunset, a 30-minute drive followed by a 30-40 minute hike.

 

 

OR

 

 

In case of flight cancellation due to weather, drive from Islamabad to Chilas (10 – 12 hours) via Karakoram Highway with short stops.

 

Kharfaq Lake -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Khaplu Fort -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Yugo -Baltistan Cultural Tour

 

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
2500m/8200ft

Driving Duration
3-4 Hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 3Khaplu – Hushey - Khaplu

After breakfast, we will drive to Hushey (2 hours one-way drive), passing through Saling, Machulo, and several small villages. This scenic drive lets us experience the breathtaking mountain and valley views and witness how the local Balti people live.

 

 

Hushey is the starting point for thrilling adventure activities such as trekking, climbing, and hiking, with several renowned mountain peaks, including the mighty Masherbrum, nearby. Trekkers can also embark on the famed Ghondogoro La trek and approach the K2 base camp. Following a stop at a local restaurant for refreshments, we’ll embark on a pleasant and straightforward hike to Dumsum, a journey that takes about 3-4 hours round trip. The trail begins in Hushey village, meandering through crop fields with stunning mountain views, offering glimpses of the Masherbrum glacier and the Aling Valley. Enjoy leisure time and hike back to Hushey.

 

 

To observe the daily life in the last settlement of the region, we’ll stroll through the village streets, interact with residents, and engage with shepherds and climbers to hear their stories. We’ll also visit Hushey Khanqa to gain insights into the village’s religious practices. Later, we’ll drive back to Khaplu for an overnight stay.

 

 

Chaqchan -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Khaplu Fort -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Machlu -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
2500m/8200ft

Driving Duration
4-5 Hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Activity Duration
3-4 hours

Day 4Khaplu – Kharko-Shigar

Thoqsi Khar, locally known as Yabgo Khar, translates to “The fort on the roof,” an ancient Khaplu fortress. The breathtaking view from this location includes the meeting point of the Shyok, Hushe, and Saltoro rivers, the surrounding mountains, and the stunning valley. We’ll hike to this beautiful spot early in the morning to soak in its remarkable beauty (1.5 hours round trip).

 

 

Following breakfast, we’ll have the chance to visit Khanqa Mulla Bala and walk through the village streets of Banpi and Hundli to experience local village life. Additionally, we’ll explore the UNESCO-awarded Astana Mir Muhammad, spending about an hour in this fascinating location.

 

 

Kharko, a scenic village situated 45 km away from Khaplu, awaits our visit. We’ll reach this stunning destination in about an hour’s drive, passing through the scenic Saling and Sogha villages. Upon arrival, we’ll have the opportunity to connect with a host family, where we’ll savor local cuisine served in the traditional style by the hospitable Balti people.

 

 

Known for its agricultural activities, particularly buckwheat cultivation, Kharko offers a firsthand chance to witness these activities. As we walk through the village’s crop fields, we’ll have the opportunity to interact with the friendly locals. Then, drive to Shigar through the Skardu Khaplu road (3 hours)

 

 

Sarfaranga Cold Desert stands among the world’s highest cold deserts, offering breathtaking views of overwhelming dunes and mountains, especially during sunset. We’ll have the chance to witness and revel in the beauty of the setting sun. Leisure time in the desert allows us to walk across these fascinating dunes before driving to Shigar and checking into a hotel for an overnight stay

 

 

Shigar Fort -Baltistan Cultural Tour
shigar Valley -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Shigar Fort -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
2300m/7544ft

Driving Duration
3-4 Hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 5Shigar – Chutron - Shigar

After a satisfying breakfast, spend some leisurely time in the serene garden of Shigar Fort. Explore the Fort Museum and the renowned Ambriq Mosque, the oldest mosque in the region. Following this, we will continue a scenic drive to Chutron Hot Spring, passing through charming and secluded villages like Gulabpur, Tisar, and Basha (4-5 hours).

 

 

Take your time in Basha village to absorb the local culture, interact with village mountaineers, and engage with elders. Later, relax at Chutron Hot Spring, relishing a relaxing hot spring bath against the backdrop of the stunning Khusar Gang peak. Conclude the day with a drive back to Shigar for a comfortable overnight stay.

 

 

Skardu -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Shangri La -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Shangri La -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
2300m/7544ft

Driving Duration
4-5 Hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 6Shigar – Skardu – Shigar

We will spend the whole day in Skardu. Starting from Shigar, we’ll drive to Skardu in the morning, followed by a 40-minute hike to Kharpocho Fort, allowing us leisure time to appreciate the panoramic views of Skardu Valley and the Indus River.

 

 

Next, our journey takes us to Upper Kachura, where we’ll walk through local houses, fields, and trees. A scenic 20-minute walk brings us to Upper Kachura Lake, offering free time to explore the area and enjoy boating. We then drive to Soq Valley, near Upper Kachura, for an afternoon of fishing and lunch.

 

 

Returning to Skardu, we will do a 50-minute walk to Nansoq village, the first organic village in Baltistan with a rich history, having been visited by King Charles and Prince Aga Khan IV. This peaceful settlement with 11 homes and 92 inhabitants provides a serene atmosphere. Explore the area, spend leisure time with a host family, and hike back to Skardu (50 minutes).

 

 

Before returning to Shigar overnight, we’ll visit Skardu Bazar for local shopping, including handicrafts, jewelry, and carpets.

 

 

Manthal Rock -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Deosai -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Deosai -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
2300m/7544ft

Driving Duration
4 Hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 7Skardu – Islamabad

Drive from Shigar to Skardu airport in the morning and take a scenic 1-hour flight to Islamabad. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and enjoy some leisure time. Explore notable attractions such as the Pakistan Monument and Saipur village after lunch. Conclude the day with a delightful dinner at Monal. Drive back to the hotel for an overnight stay.

 

OR

 

Drive from Skardu via Karakoram highway with short stops (in case of flight cancellation).

 

Nanga Parbat -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Departure -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Skardu Airport -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
540m/1770ft

Driving Duration
2-3 hours

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 8Contingency day in case of delays

In the event that flying is not possible due to weather conditions, we will opt for a road journey from Gilgit to Islamabad. However, if we proceed with the flight, we plan to visit Taxila. We will explore the renowned Taxila Museum and various archaeological sites there, including Dharmarajika and Sirkab. With its rich historical significance, Taxila provides a captivating experience as we delve into these archaeological sites, making the most of our time there.

 

faisal mosque -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Islamabad Bazar -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Taxilla -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Accommodation:
Hotel

Altitude:
540m/1770ft

Meals Included
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Driving Duration
2-3 hours

Day 9Departure Day

After breakfast, transfer from Hotel to the airport for international flights.

 

Islamabad Road -Baltistan Cultural Tour
Airport Departure -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Airport Longue -Baltistan Cultural Tour

Altitude:
540m/1770ft

Meals Included
Breakfast

Driving Duration
40 Minutes

Map - Baltistan Cultural Tour

Holiday Information

What's Included

  • Airport transfers (on the first day and last day in Islamabad)
  • All land transport involved in the itinerary
  • Internal flights and associated airport transfers
  • All hotel accommodations (twin/double sharing)
  • All meals throughout the holidays (8 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 8 dinners)
  • Licensed professional local guide
  • Sightseeing and all activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • All entry tickets (forts, parks)

What's not Included

  • Travel Insurance
  • Pakistan Visa (supporting documents will be offered)
  • International airfare
  • Personal equipment (clothes, boots, etc.)
  • Tips for guiding and supporting staff
  • Activities other than those mentioned in the trip itinerary
  • Miscellaneous expenses – drinks, refreshments/food other than meals, souvenirs, etc.

 

Joining Arrangements & Transfers

All clients arriving on day one will be met at Islamabad airport by the trip leader, who will arrange the transfer to the group hotel. Similarly, transfers will be provided back to Islamabad Airport on the final day of the holidays

Meal Plan

All meals are included in the holiday price from arrival on day 1 to departure on the last day.

 

 

Food & Water

Food is a mixture of local/traditional and Pakistani dishes available in the area. We will provide clean drinking water throughout the trip. We do not encourage the purchasing of single-use plastic bottles.

 

 

Special Diets

We regularly accommodate vegetarian, vegan, non-gluten, and other specialty diets. We customize our menus depending on the group’s preferences. We never use pre-packaged meals – you can expect hearty, delicious meals that will optimally fuel and inspire you during your trip! If you have specific dietary requirements, please speak to our sales team.

Accommodation

During the holiday, the group will spend three nights in Islamabad at the Ramada Hotel or similar. The group will also spend two nights in Khaplu (Serena Khaplu Palace or similar) and three nights in Shigar (Serena Shigat Fort or similar). In case of flight cancellation, the group will be accommodated in a tourist-class hotel (the best available option) on the way. Accommodations will be shared (twin/double), and a single room option is available at an additional cost.

Internal flights

Skardu Airport is weather-dependent. Since high mountains surround the valley, the planes only land here in good visibility. The planes do fly more than not, but cancellations can occur, and in these circumstances, we will travel by road.

 

 

Group Leader

The group leader will be a certified professional local guide. He/she will be knowledgeable and provide the necessary information about the history, culture, people, mountains, and areas you will visit.

 

Altitude

The average elevation in Baltistan Valley is around 2500 meters.

Spending Money

Approximately USD100 (or equivalent in Euros, etc.) changed into local currency should be enough for miscellaneous expenses. It is not necessary to purchase local currency (Pakistan rupees) before your trip. Money can be changed reasonably at the airport or with authorized money changers. Since you will be changing most of your spending money into local currency soon after your arrival, we recommend you take it in cash. US dollars, Sterling, and Euros can readily be exchanged at the airport. US dollars will give you more flexibility to exchange in smaller towns or emergencies. Credit cards can be used to purchase many goods in Islamabad or Hunza and are particularly useful for more expensive items such as carpets. It is possible to withdraw cash (rupees only) from cash machines in Islamabad/Hunza/Gilgit using credit and debit cards

Guidance on Tipping

It is usual to tip the supporting staff (guide/drivers) if you are happy with the services provided. We estimate that USD 40 – USD 60 (in local currency equivalent) will cover this aspect of your trip expenditure. This is most usually done at the end of the trip.

 

Equipment List

The following checklist should help you with your packing. You do not have to bring everything on the list and should use your experience and judgment, but we ask you to ensure you have the items on the mandatory list. When selecting clothing for this holiday, please be culturally sensitive. Tight-fitting or revealing clothing is not appropriate.

 

You must bring the following items:

 

  1. Warm jackets
  2. Sunhat
  3. Sunglasses
  4. Sun protection
  5. Warm hat
  6. Water bottle (we encourage re-filling water bottles rather than single-use plastic)

Packing Check List:

 

  1. Socks
  2. Underwear
  3. Shirts or T-Shirts
  4. Small towel
  5. Antibacterial handwash
  6. Travel clothes
  7. Camera
  8. Travel documents:
    1. Passport with a valid visa
    2. Travel insurance (if available)

Travel Insurance

It is recommended you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of medical treatment during your trip. When taking out insurance, please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary.

 

Health & Vaccinations

Severe Allergies

 

Please inform our office before you travel if you have a severe allergy. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy-free environment on the trip. You will need to carry your treatment for the allergy with you, as ‘adrenaline auto-injectors’ are not carried as standard by leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on arrival of your allergy and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

 

Vaccinations

 

You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require vaccinations or other medical preparation before your holiday. It would help if you were up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended, e.g., diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis is discretionary for this trip. Malaria exists in the area around Islamabad. However, incidences of urban transmission of malaria are extremely low. In Hunza or Gilgit and the mountains, there is no malaria risk.

Passports and Visas

  • It is important to remember that you will need a passport for any BTV Adventure holiday (generally with six months remaining validity after the trip). If you don’t have a passport, apply for one soon. If you do have a passport, check the expiry date.
  • You have to apply online for your Pakistani visa; this can be done via the official NADRA website. We provide visa guidelines, visa invitation letters & required supporting documents to all clients who book a tour with us.

Difficulty

The Mountains Call is our most accessible yet very active holiday with more focus on cultural exchange & authentic experiences. We will have plenty of opportunities for short hikes and walks.

Electricity Supply & Plug

We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

 

https://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plug-voltage-by-country/

Recommended Reads

  • Where the Indus is Young by Dervla Murphy
  • Beyond The Mountain by Steve House
  • Three Cup of Teas by Greg Mortenson
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Max elevation

HYDRATION

There is a correlation between daily fluid intake and successful acclimatization and you must pay particular attention to hydration during trekking at high altitudes. On treks to 3000 meters and above most people will need to drink between 4 and 6 liters each day to achieve suitable hydration levels and you must adopt a responsible approach to achieving this target.

ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS

Before embarking on a trek to high altitude it is important that you familiarize yourself with the signs and symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and that you report any illness to your tip leader straight away. See the links at the bottom of this page for further reading on AMS.

DIAMOX

There are a number of untested herbal remedies which claim to prevent mountain sickness. However, only one drug is currently known to have a useful role in preventing AMS and to be safe for this purpose: acetazolamide (Diamox). We recommend that you carry Diamox in your first aid kit for treks where you spend an extended period above 4000m. Diamox can only be obtained from a medical professional on prescription and it is important that you first consult your own doctor so that you know there are no contra indications with other medicines you may be taking and that you do not have an allergy to acetazolamide. Diamox commonly causes some minor side effects, such as tingling fingers and toes, or a metallic taste in the mouth, but more severe reactions are rare. On trek, the decision whether or not and when, you should take Diamox as with any drug, will rest solely with you. If you intend to take Diamox, you must familiarize yourself with the appropriate dosage and regime prior to coming on the trip. The links at the bottom of this page will provide further information on the use of Diamox as an aid to acclimatization.

Travelling to high altitudes is not something you need to be scared of. Every year thousands of people enjoy the most amazing experiences in the world's greatest mountain ranges. Altitude sickness is entirely preventable if you follow very simple rules and procedures. Please make sure you are aware of these before you travel.

SUMMARY OF DIFFICULTY
The hike up to our campsite is a moderate 6 miles and 1400ft of elevation gain. The scramble up to Pyramid Ridge can be steep and difficult, but very adventurous and with just light day packs.Hiking

Distances
6-10 miBackpack Weight
25-35 lbsTerrain
Moderately RuggedMax Daily Elev. Gain
1950 ftHeights Exposure
Moderate

Please Note: Terrain, Elevation Gain and Heights Exposure ratings reflect the section or day of the trip with the maximum difficulty of each. Much of the trip is at easier levels. See the trip itinerary for more detailed information. Backpack Weight ratings are estimates that account for Wildland-provided gear, guest clothing, personal items and a share of group food. By packing light it’s often possible to stay on the lower end of the weight range. Pack weights also decrease during the trip.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Hiking uphill or downhill with a 25-35 lb backpack for 5-7 hours
  • Hiking uphill off trail with a 8-12 lb backpack for 6-8 hours
  • Maintaining balance and footing on moderately rugged terrain
  • Hiking with moderate heights exposure

To show the relative difficulty of our adventure holidays, each trip is graded on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most challenging. Our simple, colour-coded grade symbol provides an indication of the difficulty of each trip.

Clearly, there are many different factors that contribute to the difficulty of a particular holiday, including, length of day, terrain, type of accommodation, altitude and weather conditions. Since some of these factors are necessarily changeable, any system of grades can only provide a general indication. If you have any questions about the nature of a particular trip or its suitability for you, please read the detailed Trip Notes and if you are still unsure, please do not hesitate to contact us

GREEN 1 - 4 LEISURELY

Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

YELLOW 5 - 7 MODERATE

Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

RED 08 - 10 TOUGH

Our toughest holidays, involve many long days, often in isolated areas. A high level of fitness and previous wilderness experience is essential.

SUMMARY OF DIFFICULTY
The hike up to our campsite is a moderate 6 miles and 1400ft of elevation gain. The scramble up to Pyramid Ridge can be steep and difficult, but very adventurous and with just light day packs.Hiking

Distances
6-10 miBackpack Weight
25-35 lbsTerrain
Moderately RuggedMax Daily Elev. Gain
1950 ftHeights Exposure
Moderate

Please Note: Terrain, Elevation Gain and Heights Exposure ratings reflect the section or day of the trip with the maximum difficulty of each. Much of the trip is at easier levels. See the trip itinerary for more detailed information. Backpack Weight ratings are estimates that account for Wildland-provided gear, guest clothing, personal items and a share of group food. By packing light it’s often possible to stay on the lower end of the weight range. Pack weights also decrease during the trip.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Hiking uphill or downhill with a 25-35 lb backpack for 5-7 hours
  • Hiking uphill off trail with a 8-12 lb backpack for 6-8 hours
  • Maintaining balance and footing on moderately rugged terrain
  • Hiking with moderate heights exposure
DIFFICULTY LEVEL

To show the relative difficulty of our adventure holidays, each trip is graded on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most challenging. Our simple, colour-coded grade symbol provides an indication of the difficulty of each trip.

Clearly, there are many different factors that contribute to the difficulty of a particular holiday, including, length of day, terrain, type of accommodation, altitude and weather conditions. Since some of these factors are necessarily changeable, any system of grades can only provide a general indication. If you have any questions about the nature of a particular trip or its suitability for you, please read the detailed Trip Notes and if you are still unsure, please do not hesitate to contact us

GREEN 1 - 4 LEISURELY

Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

YELLOW 5 - 7 MODERATE

Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

RED 08 - 10 TOUGH

Our toughest holidays, involve many long days, often in isolated areas. A high level of fitness and previous wilderness experience is essential.