Spring Blossom At Hunza
After a long and harsh cold winter season here is finally the spring blossoms in Gilgit Baltistan. It is like a sunrise after a long sleep in the darkness. Spring blossoms in Gilgit Baltistan start in April and end in May every year. During spring blossoms the season become quite pleasing, the combination of colors like the white pinkish...
Nangscoq Skardu
1. Shangrilla Resort Kachura Skardu Baltistan. Shangrila Resort Skardu. 2. Baltoro Glacier Before you think it is Antarctic, Iceland or Alaska. Let me tell you its PAKISTAN. Baltoro Glacier, Gilgit-Baltistan. Baltoro Glacier 3. Altit Fort, Hunza Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan. —— Photo by Bilal Shah Altit Fort, Hunza 4. Ngar Valley Gilgit Baltistan. Nagar Valley 5. Ishkoman Valley, Ghizar River, Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan Ishkoman Valley 6. Passu Gilgit Baltistan. Passu Gilgit Baltistan. 7. Deosai, Skardu, Baltistan. Deosai Top...
Basha Valley Shigar
The Basha Valley Shigar, with its hot springs, is one of the favorite places to visit. It receives very few foreign visitors each year, with a handful of trekkers and climbers crossing the Haramosh while traversing up the Chomo Lungma (glacier).A 3-hour drive up from Skardu brings travelers to upper Shigar ValIey Basho Valley. At this point, the Shigar Valley...

Braldo Valley Shigar.

Barldo Valley Shigar
Braldo is one of the isolated and scantily inhabited Valleys. About 40 km North of Shigar valley is the start of Braldo valley, the most isolated of all the trans-Karakoram valleys. Braldo is wrapped in snow-covered peaks and largest glaciers outside the polar region. But there is nothing comparable to the wonderful view of the glaciers. Braldo has the...
Kachura Lakes Skardu
Kachura Lake: About 32 km (20 miles) from Skardu, 2 hours by jeep, lie the shimmering waters of the Kachura Lake. In the springtime, its banks are adorned by a multitude of colorful flowers, while the trees are laden with peach, apricot and apple blossoms. The lake offers great opportunities for trout fishing. The shimmering waters of the Kachura Lake...