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Embarking on a tour covering Lahore, Peshawar, Multan, Mohenjo-Daro, Thatta, and Karachi promises an enriching and diverse experience, spanning historical landmarks. 


Rakaposhi Base Camp Trek

rakaposhi-base-campThe Rakaposhi Base Camp trek beckons adventurers into the heart of the breathtaking Karakoram Range in Pakistan, starting from the charming town of Minapin. Surrounded by lush fields and fruit orchards, Minapin sets the stage for a journey that seamlessly weaves together natural beauty and thrilling challenges. As the trek unfolds along the Minapin Glacier, it presents a moderate yet captivating trail suitable for both novice and experienced trekkers. Traversing alpine meadows adorned with vibrant rhododendron forests and following the contours of the glacier's moraines, the trek offers a visual feast at every step. However, the true allure lies in the vistas that gradually reveal themselves. Ascending towards the Rakaposhi Base Camp, trekkers are treated to awe-inspiring panoramas of the surrounding peaks. The colossal, ice-clad slopes of Rakaposhi dominate the scenery, evoking a sense of profound humility and wonder. The Base Camp, nestled amidst towering peaks and pristine glaciers, provides a sanctuary for trekkers to soak in the unmatched beauty of the Karakoram Range.

The journey not only rewards with stunning views of Rakaposhi but also showcases neighboring peaks like Diran Peak, Ultar Sar, and Hunza Peak, enhancing the trek's splendor. Encounters with the unique flora and fauna of the region add a touch of wilderness to the experience, creating a holistic immersion in the wonders of the Karakoram. The optimal time for this trek is during the summer months, from June to September, when the weather is most favorable, and the mountains are at their most majestic. Whether you are an adventure seeker or a nature enthusiast, the Rakaposhi Base Camp trek guarantees an unforgettable communion with the captivating beauty of Pakistan's Karakoram Range, a journey that leaves an indelible mark on the soul.

Days: 8Age: 18+Best Time to Visit: AnyCOST: $950

The price includes:

  • Private Air-conditioned Transport: Transportation will be provided in a private vehicle equipped with air conditioning, ensuring a comfortable journey throughout the tour.
  • Accommodation in Standard Hotels: Accommodation will be arranged in standard hotels during the tour, providing a comfortable and convenient stay for the travelers.
  • Daily Breakfast: Breakfast will be provided each day at the hotels, offering a good start to the day with a variety of breakfast options.
  • English-speaking Guide: An experienced and knowledgeable English-speaking guide will accompany the travelers throughout the tour, providing information, assistance, and insights into the places visited.
  • Basic First Aid kit: A basic First Aid kit will be available during the tour, ensuring safety and prompt attention to any minor medical needs that may arise.

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Please note that the mentioned services are specific to this particular tour package and may vary for other tour packages. Additionally, the price may not include other expenses such as meals other than breakfast, personal expenses, entrance fees to attractions, tips, and any other items not explicitly mentioned in the inclusions. It is always essential to review the complete tour package details to have a comprehensive understanding of what is included in the price.

Day 01

Islamabad - Besham - Chilas

Depart early in the morning from Islamabad and drive to Besham via Haripur, Abbottabad, and Mansehra. After a short break at Besham, continue the drive on the Karakoram Highway along River Indus. Make photo stops at Shatial Rocks with ancient graffiti. Arrive in Chilas and transfer to a hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 02

Chilas - Karimabad (Hunza Valley)

Continue the journey towards Hunza and make sightseeing stops at Nanga Parbat Viewpoint and the confluence of three mountain ranges (Karakoram, Himalaya, and Hindukush). Reach Gilgit and bypass the city to follow the Hunza River. Have a lunch stopover at Rakaposhi viewpoint and then continue to Karimabad, the capital of Hunza Valley. Check into a hotel in Karimabad and stay there for the night.

Day 03

Karimabad - Khunjerab Pass

Embark on an excursion to the Sino-Pak border at Khunjerab, passing through the villages of Gulmit, Passu, and Sost en route. Khunjerab is the highest point on the Karakoram Highway at 4734 meters, and it is considered the highest trade route in the world. Return to Karimabad in the evening and stay there for the night.

Day 04

Karimabad - Minapin - Hapakun - Rakaposhi Base Camp

After an early breakfast, depart for Minapin, the starting point for Rakaposhi and Diran base camps. Start trekking from Minapin and walk for 3-4 hours to reach the small campsite of Hapakun. Take a brief stop and then continue the trek towards Rakaposhi Base Camp. Walk for another 3-4 hours to reach the flower-filled meadows of Tagaferi (Base Camp) with superb views of Rakaposhi. Camp at the base camp for the night.

Day 05

Day Free at Rakaposhi Base Camp - Optional Excursion of Kacheili

Today is a free day at leisure to enjoy the beauty of Rakaposhi and the surrounding peaks. Optionally, you can take a hike to Kacheili across the glacier for an exciting adventure. Stay at the base camp for the night.

Day 06

Rakaposhi Base Camp - Minapin - Gilgit

After an early breakfast, trek back to Minapin and then drive to Gilgit. Transfer to a hotel on arrival in Gilgit and stay there for the night.

Day 07

Gilgit - Chilas - Besham

Start the return journey on the Karakoram Highway to Chilas. Make photo stops at Chilas and Shatial Rocks. Continue driving to Besham for an overnight stay.

Day 08

Besham - Islamabad

Resume the journey towards Islamabad, passing through Mansehra, Abbottabad, and Havelian. Arrive in Islamabad at the designated drop-off place, completing the Rakaposhi Base Camp trek.

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Please note that trekking itineraries are subject to change due to weather conditions, group fitness, and other factors. The best time to undertake this trek is from mid-May to the end of August when the weather is favorable, and the views are at their finest. It is recommended to go on this trek with a reputable trekking agency for a safe and enjoyable experience.

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