Our trips are intended to transform you
Flowing with the seasons, we offer excursions covering the length and breadth of the country. From spring to fall, we open up the northern part of the country where the stunning Himalayas, Karakoram and the Hindukush converge: Hunza, Skardu,Chitral, and Fairy Meadows. In the winter, we move to central and southern Pakistan, where we focus on the Salt Range, the ancient city of Lahore, Rahim Yar Khan, Bahawalpur, Multan, and Hingol.

Towards the extreme north of Pakistan, the pinnacle of beauty. Skardu is located on the Indus river, which separates the Karakoram Range from the Himalayas.

A summer haven, Deosai National Park has an elevation of 4,114 metres and is one of the highest plateaus you will ever visit.

An expedition to the crystalline plains of the Salt Range in Punjab. It contains the great mines of Khewra and Warcha.

A chromatic trip to the wild domes of Nagarparkar. Known for the ancient Nagarparkar Temples and the Churrio Jabal Durga Mata Temple. It is located at a distance of 129 km from Mithi, in Sindh, Pakistan.

A winter retreat to the sub-tropical. Hingol National Park is along the Makran coast in south-western Balochistan.

The upper north of the country, the jewel to the crown. Hunza Valley borders with the Wakhan corridor in the west and Xingjiang region in the north.

Located in the Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan and the city of Chilas, the grassy alpine pastures surrounded by a lush pine forest, called Fairy Meadows.

A semi-desert mountain range comprising of sandstone and limestone in the southwestern area of Balochistan, the Makran Coastal Range, stands at an altitude of 4,900 feet.

Lying 103km east of Skardu is Khaplu, a town of approximately 150,000, serving as the capital of Gilgit-Baltistan’s Ghanche District. Elevated at a height of 8,532 feet.