Chitral Valley at an elevation of 1128 meters has Afghanistan on its North, South and West.It is surrounded by the Wakhan, Badkhshan, Asmar and Nooristan area of Afghanistan in the north, west and south-west. On its southern boundary lies Dir. In the east lies Gilgit agency and Swāt Kohistan. The narrow strip of Afghan territory, Wakhan, separates it from Tajikistan. The 7,788 meters (25,550 ft) Trichmir, the highest peak of the Hindukush mountain, dominates this 322km long exotic valley. No mountain in the region is less than 4000 feet and more than 40 peaks have an altitude of 20,000 ft. Chitral is divided into small valleys by the mighty Hindukush range.
Chitral is undoubtedly the most romantic, captivating and enchanting place in the majestic Hindukush range. It is a mountainous area in the extreme north of Pakistan. The landscape of Chitral is extremely mysterious, with its steep harsh mountains, lush green valleys, beautiful meadows and big glaciers, which have made it one of the most difficult and inaccessible area of the world. The weather in Chitral is extremely harsh and cold in winter while the summer is very pleasant. There are certain famous places and valleys in Chitral like Garam Chashma valley, Booni, Golen valley, Madaklasht valley, Arandu, Birir, Rumbur and Bumburat.
Historically Chitral was known as an independent princely state. After the independence, Chitral was the first state to declare the accession to Pakistan. In 1970, it was declared as district of Pakistan and attached to the Malakand Division.
One of the major attractions of Chitral are the Kalash valleys-the home of the Kafir-Kalash or “Wearers of the Black Robe”, a primitive pagan tribe. Their ancestry is enveloped in mystery and is the subject of controversy. A legend says that five soldiers of the legions of Alexander of Macedon settled in Chitral and are the progenitors of the Kafir-Kalash.
The 3,000 strong Kafir-Kalash live in the valley of Birir, Bumburet and Rambur in the South. Bamburet, the largest and the most picturesque valley of the Kafir-Kalash, is 40km from Chitral and is connected by a jeep able road. Birir, 34km away is accessible by a jeep able road. Rumbur is 32km from Chitral. Their picturesque headgear is made of woolen black material decked out with cowrie shells, buttons and crowned with a large colored feather. In parts of Greece even today some women sport a similar head covering. The Kalash people love music and dancing particularly on occasions of their religious festivals like Joshi Chilimjusht (14th & 15th May – spring), Phool (20th – 25th September) and Chowas (18th to 21st December)
Package: Standard: with 1 room: 82,000PKR
Transport: Private Car
Date: will be decided by you
Total Number of Days: 5
No. of Participants: 2
In case you are looking for Deluxe package then you can ask our sales representative to change the package.
Departure for Chitral Valley
Reach Chitral in the evening
Night stay in Chitral
Visit of Royal Mosque Chitral
Chitral Fort (if open for tourists)
Departure for Kalash for the festival
Attend the festival celeberations
Night stay in Kalash
breakfast at 07am
Full day to explore Kalash valley and festival celeberations
Night stay in Kalash
Breakfast in darosh
Departure for Mingora
Reach Mingora in the evening
Night stay in Mingora
Visit of Malam Jabba
you can do skiing in Malam Jabba (if snow available by that time)
Budadh Carving in Jehanabad
Takhtbai Heritage complex
Back to mingora
Departure for Islamabad
Reach Islamabad in the evening
Hotel Expense (double bed room)
Private Car with Fuel
Services of a Driver
Basic first aid kit
Food and stay expenses of driver
Jeeps for Kalash Valley Bomburat
Any other jeeps
Extra expenses due to landslides\road blocks\snowfall
Tea, Mineral water and Cold drinks expense
Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
Any item not mentioned in the services
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