Sky high mountains, lush green valleys, mighty rivers, beautiful lakes and amazing wildlife: welcome to the valleys of Pakistan
Located in Baltistan, the Shigar Valley is drenched by the Shigar River and stretched to approximately 170 km from Skardy to Askole. It was originally a subdivision of the Skardu District but has presently, transformed itself into a district of its own.
The Khaplu Valley in Gilgit, Baltistan, is presently known as Ghance. It used to guard the trade route to Ladakh, India.
High rise mountains along with the presence of beautiful glaciers and exotic lakes make Hoper Valley a year-long attraction.
The Naltar Valley is famous for its colourful lakes, it is a 2.5 hour drive from Gilgit. World’s tastiest potatoes are cultivated here.
The much-renowned Hunza Valley is often referred to as heaven on earth. It is enveloped in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges.
The Gojal Valley borders China and Afghanistan, with its border meeting the Chinese border at Khunjerab — 15,397 feet above sea level.