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May 29 - June 08
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What you Get

  • 09 nights accommodation
    09 night stay in best available hotels.

  • 10 Meals
    Taste the flavor of PAKISTAN! Traditional and cultural meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinners.

  • Team
    There will be a qualified tour guide.

  • Transport
    We will use 4×4 vehicle.

  • Experiences
    There will be a lot of sightseeing, historical visits and cultural interactions with the locals. Be prepared for a sensory overload.

  • 09
    nights accommodation

    09 nights in Hotel
    09 night stays at family owned fun guest houses or hotels.

  • 10

    Traditional and cultural meals
    Taste the flavor of PAKISTAN! Traditional and cultural meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinners – If you have special requirements please let us know.

  • Team
    Expert Trip Manager and Local Guides
    There will be a qualified team of support staff and mandatory tour guides. You’ll be in good hands, Pakistani hospitality is famous around the world for a reason.

  • Transport
    Worry free 4×4 vehicle
    We will use worry free 4×4 vehicle

  • Experiences
    There will be a lot of sightseeing, historical visits and cultural interactions with the locals. Be prepared for a sensory overload.
    There will be a lot of sightseeing, historical visits and cultural interactions with the locals. Be prepared for a sensory overload. The first couple of days might be over whelming, but by the end of 2nd day you’ll notice the calm in the chaos.

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Tour Map and Itinerary

1Islamabad to Taxila

Day 01: Islamabad to Taxila

Taxila is an ancient capital city of Gandhara Civilization. Taxila’s origin goes back to as far as 1000 BCE. In 1980 Taxila was declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also known for its collection of Buddhist religious monuments, including the Dharmarajika stupa, the Julian monastery, and the Mohra Muradu monastery.
Will leave for Swat from Swat Motorway and stay the night there.

2Explore Swat

Day 02-03: Explore Swat

Day 02:

Explore Swat, as it was a major centre of early Buddhist thought as part of the Gandhara Kingdom, and today is littered with ruins from that era. Swat was home to the last isolated pockets of Gandharan Buddhism, which lasted until the 11th century.
List of sites to explore in Swat: Butkara, Swat Museum, Nemogram Stupa and Monastery, Elephant Paw, Statue of Buddha Ghaligay Swat, Gumbatuna Stupa, Amlok Darra Stupa, Tokar Darra (Najigram) Stupa and Monastery, Janabad Seated Buddha etc.

Day 03:

Will stay the night in Swat and explore the site further in Swat.

3Swat to Kalash

Day 04: Swat to Kalash Valleys

Will drive from Swat to Kalash Valleys. The valleys are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. The inhabitants of the valley are the Kalash people, who have a unique culture, language and follow a form of ancient Hinduism. Kalash people are the smallest religious as well as the ethnic minority of Pakistan.

4Exploring the valleys in Kalash

Day 05-06: Explore Kalash

  • Exploring the valleys in Kalash.
  • Will drive to Chirtal City and stay the night there.

5Exploring Chitral

Day 07: Exploring the city of Chitral

Exploring the city of Chitral and short trekking around the city. Chitral is counted amongst the highest regions of the world, sweeping from 1,094 meters at Arandu to 7,726 meters at Tirichmir, and packing over 40 peaks more than 6,100 meters in height.

6Stay at Booni

Day 08: Stay at Booni

Will have the night stay under the stars and the milky way in Booni.

7Booni to Takht-i-Bahi

Day 09: Booni to Takht-i-Bahi

Will start our journey back to Islamabad. We will stay overnight at Takht-i-Bahi. is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

8Back to Islamabad

Day 10: Takht-i-Bahi to Islamabad

Explore Takht-i-Bahi. The Buddhist monastery was founded in the 1st century CE and was in use until the 7th century. Takht-i-Bahi was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Drives back to Islamabad.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply for a visa?

Please visit for complete information.

What are the necessary items I need to carry with me?

Jeans, long and short-sleeved T-shirts, riding shoes or boots, gloves. For summer weather, some long sleeve white T-Shirts are a great idea. Mornings and evenings can be brisk. Some windbreaker/gear is easy and great to have. Some cash for personal expenses like shopping, laundry, snacks, etc. We can change currencies for you, please make sure to let us know beforehand.

Some common items include:
– Sunglasses
– Camera
– Base layers are must-have for our winter tours
– Windbreaker/gear as needed per tour/season
– Sense of adventure
– SPF 50 Sun Block

How long in advance do I need to book?

The Visa process sometimes takes up to 2 months for Pakistan so we suggest getting your visa as soon as possible. If you have a visa, you need to book a tour with us at least a month in advance so we can prepare properly for you.

What is the recommended arrival date?

We recommend you to arrive two days before the tour begins. We want you to wear off your jet lag, and be fresh for the adventurous journey ahead.

What kind of physical condition do I need to be in?

This answer actually does not vary from tour to tour, as we at ADA hope you are in excellent physical and mental condition anytime you plan on an adventure with us. As with other topics, let’s discuss what shape you’re in and the type of tour you’re planning on to make sure there’s a match. However, our “approval” of your condition does not take the place of a trusted doctor’s evaluation, which is something we strongly encourage you to seek before any tour or rental. Also, we recommend you to arrive two days earlier than tour date to avoid Jet Lag.

Is airfare included in the tour cost / Hotels before and after tour / transportation?

No. Your tour begins in Islamabad the day of the tour. We have found that this is really the best option for you. Arrangements can be made for extra hotel accommodations, upon request. The hotels we use on the first and last day of the tour are usually close to the airport. In most situations and tours, there will be a shuttle to shuttle you to or from the airport. We suggest arriving a couple of days early, and leaving a couple of days after the tour so you have time to rest before and after the tour. We can help you book these for you.

  • Availability
    May 29 – June 08

  • Duration
    10 days – 09 night hotels

  • Meeting Point
    Islamabad (exact location will be shared before arrival)

  • Group Size

  • Stay Point
    Fun interesting hotels/guest house

  • Difficulty

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