Chitral is situated in Pakistan’s KPK Province’s northern regions at a height of 1500 meters above sea level. It is connected to the rest of KPK via the Lawari Tunnel, and to Gilgit Baltistan to its north via the Shandoor Pass. Both of these connections are stunning valleys. Every year, a number of travelers from all over the country and the world come to the region to experience its beautiful glaciers, high altitude mountains, and lush green valleys.
The renowned Kalash Valley, one of Chitral’s top tourist destinations, draws thousands of visitors from all over the world to experience its distinct culture and traditional values. Every year, the valley hosts a number of festivals that draw interest and visitors. Famous celebrations include the springtime Chilam Joshi festival, the wintertime Choimus festival, and the summertime Uchal festival.
Every valley in this area has its own distinctive features that set it apart from the others, and the area is blessed with spectacular natural beauty. While Gobor district in the valley is rich in beautiful green sceneries and swift running waterways, Garam Chashma Valley is noted for its hot springs.
Another valley in Chitral called Madaklasht is situated at a very high altitude and is bordered by rocky, tall mountains covered in pine trees. Due to the fact that it contains a ski resort that in and of itself offers intriguing experiences, it is renowned for its significant winter snowfall. To further promote tourism in the region, the KPK government recently agreed to construct an electric chairlift from Kumrat (Dir Valley) to Madaklasht, which would likely be the tallest chairlift in the entire globe.
Furthermore, the highest polo field in the world, Shandor, connects upper Chitral with GB via Laspur valley. The Wakhan Corridor links Tajikistan to the Broghil Valley, which is on the other side of the upper Chitral. Numerous endangered species that may be found in the Gol National Park and further up in the mountains, like Snow Leopards, Markhor, and Chakore, are also found in the Chitral Valley. The main tourist activities are camping, skiing, hiking, trekking, sightseeing, and going to festivals.
Tourists rush to this valley in great numbers to see the spectacular natural beauty, which makes Chitral Tours quite well-liked among them. Many people have the dream of taking vacations in Chitral’s beautiful highlands. Visit our Chitral Tour Packages and give us the pleasure of giving you some once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Visit the Chitral Valley and explore it with Pakistan Travel Guide. Chitral is a stunning location known for its Kalaash culture. Dir, Ayun, Chitral Town, Brir, Bamburet, Rambur, National Gol Park, and Garam Chasma are all worthwhile stops on a trip to Chitral.
Phana Kot Dir is the first place we recommend staying while on the tour to Chitral, followed by Ayun Village. Ayun Village is well-known for its weather and surroundings, which include orchard gardens and streams. From Ayun Village, it takes 30 minutes to get to each of the three Kalash Valleys. With Pakistan Travel Guide, let’s Explore Chitral.
Day 1: Islamabad,Mingora
Arrival at, Rawlpindi Islamabad, then travel to Swat Visit Mardan, Seri Bahlol, Sakhakot, or Batkhela for sightseeing. Swat Continental Mingora
Day 2, Ayun Village
Day 2: After breakfast, go off for the roughly five-hour drive to Ayun Village. Timergara, Darora, Dir, Mirkhani, Darosh Waterfall, Fort, and Landscape are among the sights to view. Ayun-Inn Fort.
Day 3, Bumburet Kalash
Day 3: After breakfast at the hotel, go to Kalash Village. Sightseeing: Kalaash civilisation, landscape, and Bumburet Kalaash Stay : Ayun-Inn fort
Day 4, Garam Chasma
Day 4: After breakfast at the hotel, go to Garam Chasama. The rest of the day is free for relaxation. Stay : PTDC Chitral
Day 5, Local Sightseeing
Day 5: Have a hotel breakfast and go local sightseeing. PTDC Chitral image Sightseeing: Chitral Museum, Chitral Polo Ground
Day 6, Mingora
Sixth day: Return to Mingora Swat Continental Mingora
Day 7, Islamabad
After breakfast, depart for Islamabad.