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Overview

Pakistan Tour and Travel were the first to introduce Chitral Kalash Tour to its local and foreign tourists. With Tour to Kalash Valley and Chitral, we will cover all the quarters of the Chitral district. Plan a trip with our Budget Pakistan Tour Packages of Northern Areas and for Honeymoon Packages Pakistan. Chitral Valley falls on the north side of Khyber Phatunkhawn in Chitral Pakistan.

The landscape of Chitral Valley is much mysterious. With its steep harsh mountains, lush green valleys, beautiful meadows, and giant glaciers. It is rated as one of the most challenging and inaccessible areas of the world.

The Reasons Why We Love Pakistan Tour?

Yes, we all people of Pakistan do love our country Pakistan. Pakistan is full of natural beauty. Pakistan is the most attractive place for tourists because the People of Pakistan welcome all the Tourists from worldwide. People love Chitral Tour packages from Pakistan Tour to see the real beauty with their own eyes.

But for the easiness of our prestigious tourists, we are here to provide you with the top services in all parts of Chital District.

Kalash Valley and Its Cultural Insights in Chitral Tour Packages 2021

As the Chitral region’s capital and the gateway to the Kalash Valley, Chitral is an ideal base for exploring the region. Although the city itself is a bit dusty and the surrounding environment is not as good as the north’s different areas, there are still many opportunities for adventure in this area. 

Kalash community urges to promote and preserve the ancient Kalash community’s unique culture, an endangered minority in the Hindus Kush Mountains in Chitral, northern Pakistan, and attracts tourism.

Kalash has great tourism potential, and domestic plus foreign tourists will find many attractions in the area.

Kalash architecture combines old woodwork and medieval art traditions. Kalash buildings often feature beautifully carved pillars and wooden beams, decorated with statues of humans and animals, each statue representing a specific myth.

The area is divided into three main sub-valleys: Barir, Bamboret, and Rumor. It is also famous for local handicrafts, including yarn and weaving carpets, upholstery, belts, and headdress spinning.

The Kalash tribe has settled in the valley for centuries. The city is believed to be the descendant of Alexander the Great’s soldiers. When a group of Greek citizens arrived in the valley decades ago, the locals were shocked by their similarities and their guests.

Drive or hire our rental car and get ready to explore this adventurous area. If there is no Chitral travel guide, you will find everything you need to know below.

Chiral Road Conditions

There are some seasonally long sights on the road to Chitral, especially in winter, almost as big as the monastery, so you must pay attention to the narrow and uneven mountain roads. From Chitral to Bumburet and various valleys, you will rent a jeep because the streets are getting worse and the rough spots will make your trip more enjoyable. In any case, the jeep you want to rent remains on those roads.

How to get to Chitral / Kalash?

Here is the Chitral and Kalash approximate distance from Islamabad. Check here:

Chitral Kalash By Air:

The flight from Islamabad to Chitral runs every day and takes 50 minutes to reach Chitral, then rent a jeep to the Kalash Valley if you are a Solo Traveller.

Chitral By Road:

Islamabad to Kalash Valley: Approximately. 14-17 hours (500 kilometers)

Roads Condition from Islamabad to Chitral

Chitral Road to Islamabad Highway reachable via AH1/M-1 and N-45. It takes about 10 hours. Tourists love to visit the two different regions that hold majestic culture and history.

Besides, our road tour from Islamabad to Chitral via M1 can be divided into the following categories:

  • Islamabad to Rashkai Interchange
  • Rashkai Interchange to Mardan
  • Mardan to Dargai
  • Dargai to Malakand Pass
  • Malakand pass to Batkhela
  • Batkhela to Chakdara
  • Chakdara to Timergara
  • Timergara to Dir
  • Dir to Lowari Top/Tunnel
  • Lowari top/tunnel to Darosh
  • Dash to Chitral

How to Reach Chitral from Kalash Valley?

Wonderful beauty.

  •  Chitral to Bumburet: 40 kilometers, 2 hours
  • Bumburet to Rambur: 10 km, 45 minutes
  •  Bumburet to Birir: 30 kilometers, 2 hours
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Chitral is accessible from Islamabad via Dir which is situated around 340km away and takes around 7 hours to reach. From Dir, one takes the Lowari Tunnel or has to go over the Lowari Top to reach Chitral after another 3 hours. Chitral. The town of Ayun is short of Chitral city on the confluence of Chitral and Bumburet River. Chitral was a princely state under the Mehtar Rulers from 1895 to 1969. Some of the attractions of Chitral include the Shahi Mosque, Shahi Qila, polo ground, Governor Cottage and Chitral museum.

Included/Excluded

  • Private air conditioned transport
  • Jeep for Lowari Pass (in case tunnel/road is closed)
  • Accommodation in standard hotels
  • Daily breakfast
  • Guide for complete tour
  • Basic First Aid kit
  • Late checkout, if different from standard checkout time
  • Personal insurance of clients/luggage
  • Meals other than breakfast
  • Laundry, beverages & phone calls or other expenses of personal nature
  • Extra expenses due to the acts of nature and political reasons etc.
  • Medical aid, evacuation or extra expenses in emergencies
  • Any item not mentioned above

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