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ON THE HORSEBACK

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July 23, 2018

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ON THE HORSE BACK
You may travel by aero-plan, by bus or by train but traveling by horse is unique one, especially on the mountainous region. Horse is beautiful animal but expensive to keep it now a days. Horse has been used only for ridding, war and traveling in the pastime and has a vital role in the Northern Area’s culture in the North of Pakistan. Now called Gilgit-Baltistan The Polo is national game of this region and could be played by horses. In the North of Pakistan people now use the horses for ridding, polo game and for loading too. In the summer the people on the mountains change their pasturelands with cows, sheep, goats and camps, so they use horses and yaks to transport the loads.The YAK is dweller of mountain and is a fierce looking shaggy creature, similar to cow and have been found in the extreme North of Pakistan, especially in the Upper Hunza Valley- Gojal, Skardu, Chitral region. Yaks have been used as a source of milk, beef, wools and carrying the loads to the mountains in the pastures and also for ridding on the mountains.“NORTH PAKISTAN ADVENTURE” is pleased to offer you different programs of Horse riding in various regions ofGilgit-Baltistan. These areas, in the North of Pakistan are known for natural beauty and invigorating climate. They are snow-bound for the most part of the year, so the modern life has not affected their original form. In fact the most inhabitants living in these areas are mostly friendly, shy and innocent to to-days world. Everywhere you will find hospitable people welcoming you to their homes. Visiting to these areas also offers a unique experience of stepping back in the time because in most of the valleys people live to day the man lived centuries ago, free of all complications which are generally faced by the competitive life of modern city dwellers.
We may arrange the Polo, “The king of the games and game if the kings” in Chitral, Gilgit and Skardu, which is actually originated in the Northern Areas of Pakistan, and developed into competitive sport by the Persians in the Central Asia. It has been spread to the southwest Europe and also east to north of Indian Sub-Continent and is playing in the Northern Areas still as a popular sport. The game hasn’t changed much in the last 300 years the local people proudly call it “free-style polo”, being boundless from any regulation beside gallantry. The annual polo tournament is played in the month of July on the top of SHANDUR PASS 3800M, situated between Gilgit and Chitral Valley. It is world highest polo ground surrounded by some of the most spectacular mountains of the Himalaya and the Hindu-Kush Ranges.

Programs:
-On the horseback to highest plateau of the world “Deosai”
-On the horseback to the roof of the world “Shandur”
-Trekking on the horse in Hindu-Kuh Valley
-Horse Trekking in Yarkhun Valley- Hindu-Kuh
-Horseback Adventure in Khghan Valley

ON THE HORSEBACK TO THE ROOF OF THE WORLD “SHANDUR PASS 3800M”
Maximum Altitude 3800M
Duration: 16-18days Islamabad – Islamabad
Suitable period: June to end of October
Day-01: Arrival to Islamabad /hotel
Day-02: Drive to Swat Valley,
Day-03: Drive to Chitral via Lawori Pass/hotel
Day-04: Full day excursion to Kalash Valley
Day-05: Drive to Mastuj 5-6 hrs/hotel,
Day-06: Ridding to Shandur Pass (3800m)/ tent
Day-07: Ridding around the lake and Pass /tent
Day-08: Shandur to Tero /tent
Day-09: Continue to Phunder 2800M /tent
Day-10: Phunder to Gupis 2100M/tent or hotel
Day11: Gupis to Gakuch/ hotel
Day-12: Gakuch to Sher Qila or Single /tent
Day-13: Continue to Gilgit / hotel
Day-14: Drive to Besham / hotel
Day-15: Continue to Islamabad / hotel
Day-16: Departure from Islamabad

TREK ON THE HORSE IN THE HINDU-KUSH VALLEY
Maximum Altitude: 4140M
Duration: 16 days Islamabad – Islamabad
Suitable period: June to end of September
Day-01: Arrival to Islamabad /hotel
Day-02: Drive to Swat Valley / hotel
Day-03: Drive to Chitral via Lowari Pass/ hotel
Day-04: Full day excursion to Kalash Valley
Day-05: Drive to Mastuj/ hotel
Day-06: On the horseback to Sholkuch/camp
Day-07: Ridding to Mughal Mariru/ Yeshkist/camp
Day-08: Lasht (3048m)/camp
Day-09: Shusht/ camp
Day-10: Ishoeru Dok (3990)/camp
Day-10: Shah Ghari to Old Gjar via Shah Jinali /camp
Day-11: Dershal (3300m) /camp
Day-12: Dershal to Rua (2820m /camp
Day-13: Zanglashe, /camp
Day-14: Drive to Chitral/ hotel
Day-15: Continue to Swat/hotel
Day-16: Drive to Islamabad/hotel
Day-17: Departure from Islamabad

HORSE TREKKING IN THE YARKHUN VALLEY:
Maximum Altitude: 3600M
Duration: 19 days Islamabad – Islamabad
Suitable period: June to end of September
Day-01: Arrival to Islamabad / hotel
Day-02: Drive to Swat Valley / hotel
Day-03: Drive to Chitral via Lawori Pass/ hotel
Day-04: Full day excursion to Kalash Valley
Day-05: Drive to Mastuj/ hotel
Day-06: On the horseback to Sholkuch/ camps
Day-07: (5 Mughal Mariru/ Yeshkist/camp
Day-08: Lasht (3048m)/camp
Day-09: Kishmanj (3300m) / camp
Day-10: Chikar or Isharwaz /camp
Day-11: Day free for local exploration
Day-13: Ridding back to Shusht/camp
Day-14: Ridding to Sholkhch/camp
Day-15: Mustuj /hotel
Day-16: Drive back to Chitral/hotel
Day-17: Continue to Peshawar/ /hotel
Day-18: Continue to Islamabad via Taxila /hotel
Day-19: Departure from Islamabad

HORSEBACK ADVENTURE IN KAGHAN VALLEY
Maximum Altitude: 4175M
Duration: 15 days Islamabad – Islamabad
Suitable period: June to end of September
Day-01: Arrival Islamabad /hotel
Day-02: Drive to Balakot – Shogran (2362m) /hotel
Day-03: Jeep drives to Siri Paya -Naran/hotel
Day-4: Saiful Maluk Lake (3200m).Ridding around the lake/hotel
Day-05: Drive to Lalazar Plateau (3200m) /hotel
Day-06: Riding from Burawai to upper Jora Valley /Camp
Day-07: Riding Jora Valley to Nuri Nar / Camp
Day-08: Riding to Saral Lake (4119m) /Camp
Day-09: Dudibach Sar Lake via Saral Gali Pass (4488m) /Camp
Day-10: Horse riding to LuluSar Lake (3635m) 6-7 hrs/Camp
Day-11: Day free in Lulu Sar Lake
Day-12: Drive to Babu Sar Pass (4175m) and back to Naran / hotel
Day-13: Drive to Islamabad /hotel
Day-14: Departure from Islamabad

TO FAIRY MEADOW – NANGA PARBAT BASE CAMP
Maximum Altitude: 3400M
Duration: 10 days from Islamabad – Islamabad
Suitable period: June to end of October
Day-01: Arrival Islamabad/hotel
Day-02: Drive to Chilas/hotel
Day-03: Drive to Tato then on horseback to Fairy Meadow/camp
Day-04: On the horseback to Beyal 2-3hrs/camp
Day-05: Nanga Parbat Base camp and back to Beyal/camp
Day-06: Beyal to Fairy Meadow/camp
Day-07: Tato then drive to Chilas/hotel
Day-08: Drive to Naran via Babu Sar Pass/hotel
Day-09: Continue to Islamabad/hotel
Day-10: Departure