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Pak - China Silk Route Tour

Zone:               Open
Duration:         14 Days
Best Time:        May - November

Traveling along the KKH is an experience that will not fail to captivate and enthrall you. The landscape is striking. In places, sheer, snow-capped mountains ascend from deep valleys while, elsewhere, lush alpine meadows are captured in colorful wildflowers and dazzling apple blossoms. Terraced villages are dotted around this monumental terrian, supported by traditional farming methods and lifestyles that have seen little change over the centuries.

Each day provides a new and exciting scene-the reason why this experience has gained so much popular support from international travellers. Talk to anyone who has driven the 1284km-long highway twists through three great mountain ranges- the Himalaya, Karakoram and Pamirs-and follows one of the ancient silk routes along the valleys of the Indus, Gilgit and Hunza Rivers.

This is essentially a vehicle-based trip, but optional day walks have been included in the Swat and Hunza Valleys. If you love awe-inspiring mountain scenery, fantastic cultural diversity and history, and the idea of little effort to experience it, this is the trip for you.

Trip Itinerary:

Day 01          Arrive Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 02          Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.
Day 03          Drive to Gilgit after lunch continue to Hunza. Hotel.
Day 04          Free day. Hotel.
Day 05          Drive to Sost. Hotel.
Day 06          Drive to Tashkorgan. Hotel.
Day 07          Drive to Kashagar. Hotel
Day 08          City Sight Seeing. Hotel.
Day 09          Drive to Tashkorgan. Hotel
Day 10          Drive to Sust and continue to Gulmit. Hotel.
Day 11          Drive to Gilgit. Hotel.
Day 12          Fly Islamabad or drive to Besham. Hotel.
Day 13          Free day or complete road journey from Besham to Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 14          Fly out.

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Pak China Silk Route Tour
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