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Islamabad, Pakistan

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    In the northwestern region of Pakistan lies the remote and peaceful valley of Chitral. Lying in the midst of Hindukush Range, it is one of the world’s most beautiful regions. Chitral offers enchanting scenery in the shadow of majestic Trich Mir, which, at 7,708m is the highest peak of Hindukush Ranges. The people of Chitral, the “Kho”, show traces of Persian and Turkish ancestry. They are known fo... read more
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    The breath taking 60-minute flight from Islamabad to Gilgit through the majestic snowcapped Himalayas and mighty Karakorams is an exciting experience. The Himalayan & Karakoram region consists of several hundred peaks, sixty of which rise higher than 6,700m. Among these giants are the famous Nanga Parbat (8,125m), the ninth highest in the world, and K-2 Peak (8,611m), the second highest. ... read more
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    Situated in the heart of the Karakorams, the legendary mountain kingdom of Hunza lies on the ancient trade route to Sinkiang; today the Karakoram Highway runs along this route. Very few places in the world compare with this small mountainous region, which was a semi autonomous state but is now fully unified with Pakistan. Hunza is an earthly paradise whose inhabitants are renowned for their longev... read more
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    Rawalpindi, or ‘Pindi’ as it is known, has grown in recent years from a small garrison town to a vital commercial and industrial center. The name Rawalpindi was derived from the Rawals, a tribe who had settled in this area. Situated on the Potohar Plateau, the area forms a natural strategic location and so, as early as the 19th century, Rawalpindi was converted into a garrison town, a tradition st... read more
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    Kaghan Valley
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    With one of the largest airports and well-equipped seaports of Southeast Asia, Karachi offers a variety of pleasant attractions. This cosmopolitan city is the most popular in Pakistan and presents an interesting combination of old & new, east and west. Within 02 centuries, Karachi has grown from a coastal fishing village to a large metropolis. Narrow twisting lanes and alleys of the old city throb... read more
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    The heart of Pakistan’s culture lies in the 2,000-year-old city of Lahore. Lahore is many things - the City of Gardens and Flowers, the City of Dynasties, the City of Music and Art, the City of Famous Dead, the City of Moguls and of course the City of Festivals. Lahore has experienced an eventful history. The first Muslim to conquer the city was Mahmud Ghaznavi in 1021 A.D. A long chain of co... read more
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    Multan is probably the oldest living city in South Asia. Popularly known as the ‘City of Saints’, it lies on the main route taken by almost all invaders of the sub-continent. It has born the impact of many armies since the Greek invasions of Alexander the Great in 327 B.C. It is an ancient city noted for its antiquity as well as its spiritual and cultural traditions, elaborately decorated shrines ... read more
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    An ancient city of Central Asia, Peshawar is situated at the mouth of the historic Khyber Pass. Set in a valley of colours and flowers, this legendary city has many secrets. Her story is one of many cultures, people, traditions and customs, and even today the aura of oriental romance and mystery has been preserved. Wherever you go the Pathans of Peshawar greet you with their traditional hospitalit... read more
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    The civilization of Baluchistan predates the Greco-Roman and Nile civilization, going back to 3500 B.C. Baluchistan is the largest province of Pakistan with an area of 347,190 sq km. The people here still wear their traditional costumes, which date back to centuries. Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan, has been witness to countless invasions of the sub-continent and retains the charm of pasto... read more
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    Perched at an elevation of 2,286 m, Skardu is set in a landscape of towering mountains, deep gorges, resounding waterfalls, and calm, deep lakes. Skardu is the district headquarters of Baltistan with Xinjiang Province of China to the north, Kashmir to the south, Gilgit to the west and to the east the district of Ladakh in India. Each summer Skardu offers a cool, bracing climate and is a mount... read more
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    Swat District
    The Swat Valley is the ancient Buddhist land of “Udeyana” which served as a threshold to western Asia and China. Here was the sacred cradle of Buddhism, where fourteen hundred monasteries flourished at one time. This is the land where Alexander the Great fought and won some of his major battles and where Mahmood of Ghaznavi, Babar and Akbar the Great fought their fierce battles. Most of all h... read more
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    Kalash the Kafirs of Hindukush
    For centuries the Kalash community of Hindukush mountains have been living in the valleys which were once inaccessible to the outside world. These tribes of once known as Kafiristan were covering a large area spreading across into Afghanistan now known as Nuristan. In 1895 the Emir of Kabul invaded their lands and forcibly converted the people to Islam. However the ones living across the Hindukush... read more