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Pakistani Pilgrimage

17 day tour to explore the world's top adventure travel destination

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Pakistan has been ranked as the world's top adventure travel destination and is one of the friendliest countries on earth, with mountain scenery that is beyond anyone’s wildest imagination. Be among the first to explore this captivating culture and land by motorcycle.

From $7895.00 per person twin share, pillion passengers at 20% discount.

Lead by a Australian Nevermind Adventure tour leader, airport transfers in Pakistan, 15 nights twin share accommodation, all meals whilst on tour in Pakistan, use of a Honda CB150cc motorbike, fuel, support  crew and vehicle, repairs and spares, medical evacuation insurance,  nil excess bike insurance, selected sightseeing and entertainment.

We start from the capital of modern Pakistan - Islamabad. We'll pick up our bikes and explore Islamabad's beauty before we head up to Murree to get a taste of the fresh mountain air where we'll be enjoying in the days to come. The first days of the ride are relaxed and fun so that everyone can enjoy the sights while getting comfortable on their motorcycle and unfamiliar riding terrain.

Then, it's a straight shot to Naran, the gateway to the world's biggest mountain ranges - all within a stone's throw away from the edge of this town. We'll make our way across the first high pass - Babusar Pass - our first test our of man and machine as we climb up to 4200mts. This is stunning and breathtaking pass as we head towards Rama Lake for some chill time next to this serene body of water. We often join the local boys in a game of cricket before continuing on the bikes into the woods and getting right off the beaten path. From Rama, we'll pass Deosai Plains, the second highest plain in the world and ride all the way to Skardu, a city of many great adventures . All the massive Himalayan peaks are located in this area with dozens of mountains over 8000 metres.

From Skardu, we'll ride the Jewel, the road connecting Skardu to Gilgit. We'll slowly make our way through the historical city of Hunza and up the Khunjurab Pass, climbing up to 4700mts to the China/Pakistan Border. The Karakorum highway is the highest paved international road in the world and although it is 100% perfectly paved tarmac, it'll still prove to be a challenge for the skilled motorist. By the time you reach the border, you will have experienced a taste of local flavour, local culture, and the most amazing local hospitality.

Once we return to Islamabad, the past 14 days will have been an experience that will last you a lifetime, and  fuel your passion for adventure travel. You will have joined an elite crew as not many have ventured to Pakistan let alone ride through its stunning countryside.

 

Itinerary

Day 01: Fly from Australia to Dubai.

Day 02: Arrive Islamabad and be transferred to hotel. Day free to explore

Day 03: Islamabad to Naran (240 km)
Day 04: Naran to Rama Lake (230 km)
Day 05: Rama Lake to Deosai-Bara Pani (150 km)
Day 06: Bara Pani to Skardu (150 km)
Day 07: Skardu- Cold Desert and Shigar Fort
Day 08: Skardu to Hunza (300)
Day 09: Hunza- Visit the bazaar Altit/Baltit fort
Day 10: Hunza to Sust (90 km)
Day 11: Sust to Khunjrab Pass and back to Hunza (4700 mts)
Day 12: Hunza to Naran/Kaghan (350 Km)
Day 13: Naran/Kaghan to Murree (190 km)
Day 14: Murree
Day 15: Murree to Islamabad (60 km)
Day 16: Fly Islamabad to Dubai to Australia

Day 17: Arrive Australia

       

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Lead by a Australian Nevermind Adventure tour leader, airport transfers in Pakistan, 15 nights twin share accommodation, all meals whilst on tour in Pakistan, use of a Honda CB150cc motorbike, fuel, support  crew and vehicle, repairs and spares, medical evacuation insurance,  nil excess bike insurance, selected sightseeing and entertainment.     

To hold your booking now, we require a non refundable deposit of $1000 per person, with a further $1500 per person part payment 30 days later, with the balance payable at least 90 days prior to departure.

 

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