We use 4*4 soft top jeeps to explore the remote valleys of Himalayas and Karakorum, the two highest mountain ranges of the world. As jeeps take us deep into valleys, we even leave the jeeps for walk through the mountains to feel their gender. Enjoy the walk and atmosphere in the worlds highest Plateaus, The Deosai Plateaus. Cross Babusar Pass the Pass between Himalayas and Karakorum. Tour of twin cities of Islamabad & Pindi. Enter Faisal Mosque - the landmark of Islamabad. Taxila, the archaeological site of former capital of Gandhara Buddhist civilization dating from 500 BC to 500 AD. We visit the splendid site museum, a former monastery and the city of Sirkup. Alter we head north into the Himalayan foothills and pass through Abbotabad, a garrison town, and at Balakot enter the Kaghan Valley.
As we travel through Kaghan, we pass hamlets with stone and wood homes surrounded by rice fields. We follow the Kunhar River and accompany the handsome Gujjar nomads with their buffaloes until we reach the village of Naran (2,427 m), backed by the river. We visit Saif-ul-Maluk Lake, where the peak of Malka Parbat (5390 m) is mirrored in the deep blue waters. This lake was named after Prince Saif-ul-Maluk Maluk who fell in love with a fairy whom he saw bathing in the lake. Trekking towards the Nanga Parbat base camp at 4500 meters. Deosai Plains, a high plateau in the Himalayas that is also the habitat of the snow leopard. Never once do we lose sight of Nanga Parbat as we ride through extensive meadows that are buried in snow for nine months and only reveal their velvet green cover and hundreds of flowers in summer. Along the journey, our jeep drivers must navigate streams that rush with water.