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Upper chitral the hidden beauty of the region

"The unexplored or the hidden valleys of chitral", Upper chitral consists of eight valleys,these... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2018
Jalilthetraveller
A gem hidden in Pakistan

Chitral valley and the lovely people there blew us away with their hospitality and the scenery is... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2018
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on the northern border of Afghanistan, Chitral, Pakistan
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Temp was like 40 c plus. Burned my skin lol Nothing to view there a small market and thats it.. 2 attractions gol park and garam chashma and dont bother to go there on ur vehicle. Bumpy road but honestly i did not enjoyed much...More

1  Thank Zeesher
Reviewed 13 August 2018

"The unexplored or the hidden valleys of chitral", Upper chitral consists of eight valleys,these valleys are less touristic but they have all the things to offer which can attract domestic & international visitors. Valleys to visit 1. Shahgram ( Camping sites,green fields,short & long treks,pastures,small...More

1  Thank Jalilthetraveller
Reviewed 10 August 2018

Chitral valley and the lovely people there blew us away with their hospitality and the scenery is just gorgeous.

Thank Asad U
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

I want saw chitral valley river ,women dance and his places for nature and we lived in chitral valley for one week

Thank Shamoun A
Reviewed 29 July 2018

Everyone must travel through the Hindukush mountain range at least once in their lives, the area is a true wonder of the word and simply breathtaking

2  Thank NailaHumayun
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Its truly an amazing travel, Via Prado by Road both in Summer & Winter season. for any info about traveling to these areas feel free to contact for availing Travel Services & Inforamtion.

2  Thank Jhon S
Reviewed 14 May 2018

Chitral Valley is very rich in different landscape, it's mountains are very different from other Northern Areas. It is very vast and really need plenty of days to explore it. Strongly suggests to go for it.

1  Thank Sajid R
Reviewed 26 April 2018

Chitral once been a Princely State,but now part of Khyber Pukhtunkhawa Province.A land of Highest Mountains,Roaring Rivers,Glaciers,Ancient Kailasha curlture,Rich Music and festivals.The world,s highest Polo ground Shandoor is situated here.Rare animals like Markhor & Snow Leopard are found here. Ideal months to visit are between...More

Thank jalilahmed80
Reviewed 6 March 2018

We have visited chitra valley and upper chitral valley in end of summer season when the temperature was very low in the valley. The place totally to go place once in life. Shandoor Lake at upper chitral is really a great and Shandoor Polo ground...More

Thank Xahid I
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Chitral is one of the best valley regarding unique culture basically it's history starts from the time when Alexander came to pakistan through noristan of Afghanistan via bamborit chitral and left some of his soldiers who governed chitral for 1000 years after that many ruled...More

Thank Naveed A
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Sherif S
13 September 2018|
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Response from Jalilthetraveller | Reviewed this property |
Yes off course there many type of handicrafts in pakistan,particularly the people of Kailash have their own handicrafts,special cloths with embroidery,caps,gown,jewelery.
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Sherif S
13 September 2018|
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Response from Jalilthetraveller | Reviewed this property |
Well dear Sherif,this particular valley is in the north of pakistan,chitral valley where the Kailash people are living since centuries,they have their own beliefs,festivals and customs,i mean they are non muslims,they do... More
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meumairjamal
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Response from Umar H |
There are few good hotels at Bamburet Valley which is generally known as Kailash. It is 2 hours away from Chitral and road is suited for jeeps. They have a festival in winters.
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