July of 2020 – 13 days

Photography Trekking to Pakistan

HIDDEN MOUNTAINS OF THE HIMALAYAS

RUPAL TREK

1 – 12 of July 2020

This trip to a remote area of Pakistan focuses on contact with the rural population and the exploration of a mountainous area barely traveled by Westerners. The level of this trekking can be described as average, because although we cross mountain passes exceeding 5000 meters high, the route is not hazardous or technically demanding. However, you must be physically fit and have an adventurous spirit to face all contingencies which involves a trip off the beaten track.

WHAT IS THE PLAN?

We have searched for a tour of remote areas, far from the relative mass of the Baltoro trek, to live the essence of the mountains of Pakistan. More than a sporting challenge, this trip focuses on the experience that involves the culture and society in villages and temporary settlements in the Pakistani Himalayas.

As for wildlife you can see different species: Himalayan marmot (Marmota Himalayas), Himalayan ibex (Capra sibirica hemalayanus), Brown bear of the Himalayas (Ursus isabellmus), Markhor (falconeri Goat) And blue baral -or ram of the Himalayas (bharal).

ABOUT PAKISTAN

Pakistan is a country defamed by the international media. The skewed information that we receive has contributed to sowing a countless number of prejudices in the depths of our culture. The radical islamism, sponsored by arab countries, occupies a very small part of the Pakistani society, but it is the only aspect that comes up in the news.

Our purpose is to offer a broad, transversal vision and fair as possible in this Asian country, in this case of society and culture that still exists in the mountains. Pakistan’s soul is his people: generous, noble and exquisite kindness people. If you’re curious and you rush to live this experience will definitely change your way of thinking.

Sections STORIES and TRAVELS my personal website (tatoroses.eu) You can find more information and photos about this fascinating country.

HIGHLIGHTS

Mountain villages

Semi-nomadic settlements

A route off the beaten track

 

Culture, society and religion in rural areas of the Himalayas

PRICE PER PERSON: 2310 €

MAXIMUM GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE

THE PRICE INCLUDES

  • Hotel accommodations (double room)
  • Tents and mats
  • Full board
  • Transportation by private vehicle with driver
  • Local guide

 THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE

  • international flight (about 600 euros)
  • Visa
  • Single room supplement. If someone wants a single room will be hired in the same reception of the hotel.

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Please contact us to make a reservation or to request more information about this trip.
Please, tell us exactly how we can help.

You can find us in: info@indomitus.eu / tato@indomitus.eu

WHO WILL ACCOMPANY YOU ON THIS TRIP?

GUIDE OF THIS TRIP

Tato Rosés

Photographer and translator specialized in photography, medicine and sports books. Photography teacher and traveler.

Since years I travel around the world to collect experiences and images, taking photos of everything that strikes me and surprises me.

I am author of three books and so far I have received several awards for photography and film mountain: National Geographic, MontPhoto, Sonimag I picture or Mostra d’audiovisuals of muntanya, among others

tatoroses.eu

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Summary
Event
Photography Trekking to Pakistan
Location
Pakistan, Gilgit,Nanga Parbat,Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Starting on
2020-07-01
Ending on
2020-07-12
Description
This trip to a remote area of Pakistan focuses on the contact with the rural population and the exploration of a mountainous area barely visited by Westerners.
Offer Price
EUR 2310
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