Altitude: 4833 m. Max.
Season: June – Sep.
Duration: 17 Days.
We traverse almost all of the western Himalayas and Hindukush Range, driving and walking, along some splendid areas of the Karakoram. We also have magnificent views of the “Naked Mountain”, Nanga
Parbat (8125 m), Rakaposhi (7788 m), Diran (7327 m), Golden Peak(7027 m), Ultar (7388 m), and Trichmir (7706 m), the highest of the Hindukush. This is a combination of different adventures, though the legendary valleys of Hunza, and the black Kalash. The trip is unforgettable for its beauty, and the people with a rich culture background.
From Gilgit we drive upstream along the Ghizer River and over the Shandur Pass(3720 m) into Chitral Valley. From Chitral we drive south to Kalash Valleys of Birir, Bumburet and Rumbur. This is the home of the Kafir-Kalash, a primitive pagan tribe, whose ancestry is enveloped in mystery, and is the subject of much controversy, though often mentioned as descendants of Alexander the great.