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The Northen Area Of Pakistan.

The Northern Hemisphere is the most fascinating and fascinating region in Pakistan. Three of the world's most famous mountains meet here - the Himalayas, the Karakorams and the Hindukush.

The historic Karakoram Pass (5,575 meters), an ancient trade route between Northern Pakistan and Xinjiang, China, gives its name to the distance, forming a tributary between the Indus and the deserts of Central Asia.



Skardu is the capital of Baltistan. Tibetan form. Because of the similarity in culture, way of life and its construction with Tibet, Baltistan is also known as «Tibet-e-Khurd» (Little Tibet).

The tourist season in Baltistan runs from April to October. The maximum temperature here is 27 ° C and minimum - October -8 ° C.

What can you see?

Karpocho Fort - is an ancient Fort in Skardu. It was built by Ali Sher Khan Anchan, who ruled Baltistan until the end of the 16th century.

The Buddha Rock Carvings date back to the 8th century AD. It is a large Buddhist site surrounded by small Buddhist satas located about two miles [3 km] from Skardu.

Mountain lakes - Upper Kachura, Lower Kachura and Sadpara Lake - are famous for their fishing and boating.

Shigar Valley is the gateway to the peaks of the great mountains of Karakorams, Gasherbrum and K-2.

Khaplu Valley is a beautiful valley of the Shokok River 103 km east of Skardu. Khaplu is the first place on many hiking and hiking trips. Many famous mountains such as Masherbrum, Saltoro, SiaKangri, K-6 and K-7 are found here.

The Chaqchan Mosque is one of the first temples in Baltistan (1504 AD), called Syed Ali Hamdani. There is the palace of Raja of Khaplu and the remains of Thorsikhar Fort.


Located at an altitude of 6,000 feet [1,454 m] on the banks of the Gilgit River, the small typical town of Gilgit has a spectacular view. For centuries, it was the capital of various emperors. 

What can you see?

Remains of a Buddhist monastery and idiots of the 6th century AD were discovered in 1938 and 1956 near Nurpur. 

Founded in 1962, the Independence Monument is a tribute to the heroes of the 1947-48 liberation struggle. The monument to the victory of Taj Mughal, erected 700 years ago, commemorates Taj-ud-Din Mughal, a ruler who arrived in Gilgit Baltistan in the mid-13th century AD, a jeep drive 30 km from the city of Gilgit.

Sher Qila (Lion's Fort), 38 miles [38 km] west of Gilgit, was once the capital of the ancient Punial Empire.

Gahkuch Headquarters in Ghizer County is an ideal place for hiking, fishing and duck shooting.
Yasin, the largest city in Yasin Valley, 112 km west of Gilgit, is located at an altitude of 7,000 feet [2,750 m] above sea level. 


Visitors to Hunza are captivated by the splendor, the breeze that blows through the beautiful Poplar trees, and the velvet green carpet of the wheat fields, set in the back of the snowcapped mountains.

The majority of the Hunza people are Ismaili Muslims, followers of the Aga Khan. 


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