The Boroghil region along the Wakhan Corridor is an area yet to be explored. There exist secluded virgin valleys and grazing lands touching Afghanistan and the Central Asian states through this famous strip.
The trek connects Yarkhun valley in Chitral to the Chapursan valley in Gojal(Hunza) and can be done both ways.During the times of The Great Game, this corridor was created as a buffer between the British empire in the sub continent and the Russians
This is one of the most amazing treks in Pakistan’s North because it offers everything that a trekker encounters during different trekking expeditions i.e. lush green meadows, high passes, glaciers, rivers, and some of the most beautiful lakes including the magnificent Karomber.
Days starting from 5th June 2013
Day1: Lahore-Chitral Via Lowari pass
Chitral-Mastuj ( Hotel stay )
Day2: Mastuj-Kishmanja (10 hour jeep drive) camp
Day3: Kishmanja – Ishkarwaz ( 4-5 hours ) camp
Day4: Ishkarwaz – Showrsheer (7-8 hours) camp
Day5: Showrsheer – Karomber Lake (4-5 hours) camp
( optional )
Day6: Rest day at karomber lake
Day6: Karomber Lake – Swinj (4-5 hours) camp
Day7: Swinj – Sohktarabad via Chittiboi Glacier (7-8 hours) camp
Day8: Sokhtarabad – Virgoth (5-6 hours) camp
Day9: Virgoth – Pekhin– Borth via Mitramdas ( 7-8 hours ) camp
Day10: Borth – Gahkuch ( jeep ) – Gahkuch Gilgit
Day11: Explore Gilgit and Back to Lahore.
Day12: Reserve Day
Cultural heritage Chitral
Cultural heritage Gilgit
Broghal Valley, one of the most beautiful and unexplored valleys of Pakistan
Garhil is one of the most beautiful spots of the whole area in terms of landscape
Tour Cost: 26,000 Rs/- per head
Last date of registration with 50% cost is 3rd May 2013
Contact us at
Hassaan Rabbani: 0323-4371984
•Traveling cost as per itinerary
•Sleeping tents on 3 person sharing basis.
•Standard meals during traveling.
•Two time meals + Day Packs on trekking.
•Kitchen equipment, crockery, fuel, and all kind of camping related gear.
•Basic first aid kit.
•All tolls and taxes.
[Cost Not Included]
•Personal trekking equipment
•Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.
•Porters to carry personal ruck sacks.
•Insurance liability medical aid, and helicopter rescue coverage.
•Any item beyond itinerary or mentioned in cost includes part.
NOTE: On a tour of this typee, weather, local politics, transport or a multitude of other factors beyond our control can result in a change of itinerary. It is, however, very unlikely that the itinerary would be substantially altered; if alterations are necessary the Leader and Guide will decide what is the best alternative, taking into consideration the best interests of the whole group. Where a change does occur, we do everything we can to minimize its effect, but we will not be responsible for the results of changes or delays.
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