Take a journey to another world, where nature at its best lures every traveler from far and near to visit this endless magnificence.

A distant valley in the Baltistan region, Skardu is located 2438 meters above the sea level. Accessible through a narrow road via the Karakoram highway, Skardu is truly an epitome of serenity.

The gateway to highest mountains like K2, Mashabum and Gasherbrum, to spell-bounding valleys like Askole and Hushe Valleys, to mirror-like lakes like Satpara and Kachura, to historic-awakening forts like Khorpocho Fort and to absolutely stunning plateaus like Deo Sai. With these just being the highlights, Skardu has much more beauty to show which makes you speechless. 

Reasons to  go:

  • Skardu Fort
  • Khaplu Valley
  • Kachura Lake
  • Shangrila Lake
  • Satpara Lake
  • Shigar Fort
  • Deosai 
  • Sheosar Lake
  • Katpana Lake
  • Basho Valley 


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Naraan – The never ending trip

Jam-packed into two cars, with a bottle of coke in one hand and salted lays in the other, we started our road trip to the astounding and serene valleys of Naraan. Traveling in mornings usually means the journey will be bright and sunny, however, the best feeling is when the sun fades away, giving way to a perfect grey and …

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Ghanche District in Gilgit–Baltistan is Love

Gilgit-Baltistan’s Ghanche district stands almost aloof with its beautiful valleys and settlements inhabited by the most hospitable locals and river irrigated lands. The central location in the district is Khaplu, which is a beautiful landscape with high summits, flowing blue waters and waterfalls. The people of this small settlement on the bank of River Shyok, are warm and loving, as …

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