Chitral is one of the mountain regions of Pakistan, lying in the extreme north. Its total area is 14800 km and 90% area is under mountains. The highest and most dense section of Hindu Kush lies within the borders of Chitral. The Chitral valley, located in the northern region of Pakistan, is one of the most remarkable places in the world when it comes to natural scenic beauty. Its picturesque mountains, Sulphur springs, Juniper forests, friendly people and rivers teeming with the famous Trout fish are truly spellbinding. The Kalasha Valleys are valleys in Chitral District in northern Pakistan. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people who have a unique culture, language and follow a form of ancient Hinduism. As such, the Kalasha Valleys are a source of attraction for Pakistani as well as International tourists. Islamabad is a wonderful tourist attraction for Pakistanis and foreigners alike. The seat of the Government of Pakistan is there along with the Pakistan Monument (one of the two monuments in Pakistan). Islamabad is also the home of the largest mosque in South Asia, the Faisal Mosque. This mosque is the fourth largest in the world and is quite a beautiful sight to see.
Please note that a more conservative dress code applies for some of the sightseeing on the city tour. Entrance may be denied at some sights if this is not followed.
It is recommended that you wear warm clothes, long sleeves and long trousers/skirt/jeans.
The Jeep Safari on this itinerary involves off-road driving through rugged areas - which all adds to the excitement. However, because of the adventurous nature of the journey and the rough terrain covered, we do not recommend this activity to passengers if they have any pre-existing medical conditions, are over 70 or pregnant.