Search

Jeep Safari in Pakistan

Jeep Safaris – Pakistan Northern Areas

A safari to the Northern Areas of Pakistan, a land with welcoming people; a land that homes some of world’s highest mountains and longest glaciers also it inhibits some of untouched cultures of the world. The adventure is a blend of culture, history and spectacular views of mountains and experience. Taxila, Peshawar and Takht-e-Bhai, is a marvelous experience of history while from Dir onwards, it is an incredible jeep adventure, while at Kalash, Chitral and Hunza we experience untouched cultures.

The Karakoram, Hindukush and Himalayan mountain ra

nges meet on the Silk Route in the beautiful Northern Areas of Pakistan. For lovers of mountains and natural beauty it is truly a place of inspiration.

Four wheelers may visit the most remote and unspoiled valleys, including their civilization, as tourist visit these areas one must find that the primitive days life style still exist, while going to these areas one has to go to the 8th wonder of the world, Karakoram Highway it is unique, it has been forced through some of the world’s toughest mountains and glaciers.

Deosai Plains Jeep Safari (Deosai National Park – Jeep Safari)

Deosai means Land of Giants. It is among the highest plateaus in the world. Above the tree line and at an average height of 13,500 feet above sea level, the Deosai Plains are among the highest plateaus in the world. The Deosai Plains cover an area of almost 3,000 square kilometers. For just over half the year – between November and May – Deosai is snow-bound. In the summer months when the snow clears up, Deosai is accessible from Skardu in the north and the Astore Valley in the west.

The Deosai National Park is above the tree line and at an average height of 13,500 feet above sea level covers a vast area of almost 3,000 square kilometers.

Between November and May – Deosai is snow-bound. In the summer months it is accessible from Skardu in the north and the Astore Valley in the west. Deosai Plains make up one of the last frontiers of natural habitat for the Himalayan brown bear that once roamed the mountains freely.

The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Pakistan offer some exciting wildlife adventure options. Deosai National Park is one such wonderful national park that offers exciting opportunities for wildlife viewing.

 

Chitral Gol National Park

Chitral Gol National Park is situated in the beautiful valley of Chitral. Chitral Gol is a narrow valley, its gorge running for some 18km before broadening out into a basin surrounded by high peaks. Numerous tributaries drain into the Chitral Gol, which flows southwards into the Kunar River. Visitors and Visitor Facilities Include two hunting lodges, originally built by the Mehtars.

 

 

Khunjerab National Park

Khunjerab National Park is Pakistan’s third largest National Park. The park is adjacent to Taxkorgan Natural Reserve (1,400,000ha) in China. This park was created on 29 April 1975 by the late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto on the recommendation of Wildlife biologist Dr. George Schaller. Over half of the park is above 4,000m. Khunjerab Pass, the gateway to China via the Karakoram Highway, is at 4,934m.

Although almost impossible to glimpse, this area is home to the snow-leopard, Marco Polo sheep, wild goats, yak, ibex, and several rare birds and animals. At 4733m, it is the world’s highest paved boarder crossing and even the slightest exertion leaves one breathless.

Other Northern Area’s Jeep Safari:

1. Wonderful North Safari

2. Enigmatic Kalash and Swat Valley  Safari

3. Spectral Northern Areas

4. Enchanting Northern Areas Experience

5. Amazing Shigar Valley  and Baltistan

6. Karakoram Highway Encounter

7. Kaghan Saiful Muluk Safari

8. Fairy Meadows Trip

9. Beauty scenic Swat Tour

 

Jeep Safaris – Pakistan Southern Areas:

 

Cholistan Desert Safari

Cholistan is a vast desert comprising an area of 6.65 million acres. It spreads over districts of Bahawalnagar, Bahawalpur and Rahimyar Khan. Its length is 480 Kms and its width varies from 32 to 192 Kms. Population of the area is 0.155 millions. People are generally nomads and raising of livestock is their main economic activity. Total cattle heads are estimated to be around 1.5 millions which include Cows, Sheep, Goats and Camels. Groundwater is mostly brackish and main source of drinking water is the rain water which is stored in Tobas/ Ponds and Kunds. Since 2005 four pipelines have come up and the drinking water has been made available in abundance. There are 453 Nos. notified chaks. Total numbers of allottees are 23966 and land allotted is 3,08,250 acres.

 

Thar Desert Safari

Though sand is all around in Thar.  But, in the Nangarparkar, the egg-shaped hills of Karon-Jhar and the charm of its valleys coupled with some sacred places for Hindus may give unforgettable memories.Times back, there was a sea where the Thar is now. The geologists believe that the sea turned to a desert because of some big earthquake and stormy winds created sand dunes. But, the wrinkled-faces of old folks of Thar are there to tell the travelers a centuries old tale of a Rishi (worshiper) who’s buddua (asking something from god against someone) turned the sea dry.

Hingol National Park

 

Covering about 610,043 ha, Hingol National Park, the largest National Park in Pakistan, lies on the Makran coast approximately 190 km from Karachi. The area was for the first time declared reserved in 1988. The park area covers parts of the three districts, namely; Lasbela, Gawader and Owaran of Baluchistan province containing a variety of topographical features and vegetation, varying from arid sub tropical forest in the north to arid montane in the west. Large tracts of the NP are covered with drift sand and can be classified as coastal semi desert. The National Park includes the estuary of the Hingol river which supports a significant diversity of bird and fish species.

 

 

Jeep Safari in Pakistan


 

 

Advertisement
Our Tweets
Login
Get Adobe Flash player