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Silk Road Caravan Pakistan Trekking And Tours 'キスタン、アフガニスタン、中国西域カラコル、シルクロードフンザ などの�'番�材コー�ネ�ト人の手�-�が可能です '社は'キスタン�フンザ�人と-本人で経営する、'キスタンにある-�会社です経営��山岳の-ロ。特に'キスタン-部のトレ�ング�イキング、観光ツアーの個人手�-��お任せ下さ��'番�材�コー�ネ�ションは、'キスタン・アフガニスタンなど''からドキュメンタリーまで��カバ�-て� キャラバン トレ�ング TVコー�ネ�ション通訳リポ�トた-かな経'�い専門性でお選び下さ�'キスタン・アフガニスタン他実績多数 �'/ 紙''�コー�ネ�ション、リサーチからNGOのロジス�クス・サポ�トまで。各地現地語から-本語への直接通訳可能です コー�ネ�ター 'キスタンTV コー�ネ�ト/訳・翻訳�リポ�トシルクロード�キャラバン� PAKISTAN GOV. LICENCE NO. ID 889 �代表 アミン・ウラー・ベイグAmin Ullah Baig ライセンス'キスタン'府カルチャー・スポ���ーリズ省登山・トレ�ング・�・�ー公認ガイド訳可能語英語�-本語�ウルドゥー語�リ(ペルシャ)・'シュトゥー語�'ンジャ'�語�バロ�語�シナ語�ブルショワスキー語�コ'スタニ�語�ワ'語�シンドゥ語 取り扱� 通常'影�'影予定-から1ヶ月以上前に'請)■制限地域での'影�'影予定-から2ヶ月以上前に'請)■航空'影�'影予定-から�'ヵ月以上前に'請 �以上'キスタンの場合)■現地�'のフッ��ジ購入�価格交渉もお任せ下さ�■イスラ-教界ト��・'治家へのインタ'ューアーカイブ類�リサーチ■戦-地域へのリポ�ター手�・'影機材預かり現地リポ�ター手�コー�ネ�ター・通訳・ガイド�手�'ザ取-�ためのインヴィ��ション・レター類作�トランスポテーション�取材'�車両、及びドライバ�の手�ホテルの手�国�航空券の手� 'キスタン、アフガニスタン、中国西域カラコル、シルクロードフンザ などの�'番�材コー�ネ�ト人の手�-�が可能です '社は'キスタン�フンザ�人と-本人で経営する、'キスタンにある-�会社です経営��山岳の-ロ。特に'キスタン-部のトレ�ング�イキング、観光ツアーの個人手�-��お任せ下さ��'番�材�コー�ネ�ションは、'キスタン・アフガニスタンなど''からドキュメンタリーまで��カバ�-て� ServicesAs an Inbound & Outbound Tour Operator, specialized areas of activities of silkroadcaravan SILKROAD CARAVAN organizing tours for holiday, leisure, honeymoon, business, cultural, heritage, scientific expeditions, trekking, climbing, and adventure. All these services are provided for individuals and groups to over 9 destinations in above countries. Src offers wide range of read-made tour packages as well as customized tours, which caters to every one’s interest from budget to luxury requirements as per the needs of potential Clients. As an Inbound Tour Operator, src provides services for many destinations in Pakistan. Silkroad caravan also arranges domestic air servics

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Batura Glacier TrekRange: KarakoramAltitude: Min : 600m - Max: 4200mZone: OpenDuration: 16 daysBest Time: June - SeptemberThis trip is a fascinating experience of an easy stroll along with a flower-strewn gully between the lateral moraine of Battura Glacier and the mountains. It provides breathtaking views of high Peaks like Ultar (7388), Shispare (7611m), Passu peak (7284m), Karun Koh (7164m), and others in the Shimshal region. From Fatimahil you can have an unforgettable view of the formidable North face of Battura massif. After halfway between Kukhil and Guchsum is the wide plateau of Shelmin where the Urthum brook flows from the North. This is much tougher route than Kilik or Mintaka but not a technical one. The scenery will simply sweep you off your feet. Trip Itinerary:Day 01 Islamabad. Hotel.Day 02 Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.Day 03 Drive to Passu either from Gilgit or Chilas. Hotel.Day 04 Trek to Yunzben. Tent.Day 05 Trek to Yashpirt. Tent.Day 06 Trek to Yashpirt. Tent. Day 07 Trek to Kukhill. Tent.Day 08 Trek Gutshism. Tent.Day 09 Trek to Yashpirt. Tent.Day 10 Trek to Yunzben. Tent.Day 11 Trek to KKH and drive to Passu. Hotel.Day 12 Drive to Hunza. Hotel.Day 13 Free day Hunza . Hotel.Day 14 Drive to Gilgit Fly to Islamabad or drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. Hotel.Day 15 Free day or complete road journey from Chilas to Islamabd. Hotel.Day 16 Fly home

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Sleeping and meals (camping vs. inns, campfire vs. restaurants ok-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Events and Festivals 2007 INTERNATIONAL KARAKORAM SHISPARE SAR (7611M) EXPEDITION 2007 Shispare Sar or Shispare Peak is a mountain peak lies in the east of the Batura Wall, which is the highiest part of the Bataura-Muztagh (group of mountains) that is sub-range of the Karakoram Mountain Range in the Hunza Valley of Northern Areas of Pakistan. It has easy access to the Base Camp from Karakoram Highway. Shispare Sar is notable for its tremendous rise above local terrain, is near the end of Batura Muztagh and commands large drops in three directions (north, east and south). It has a strikingly long and steep Northeast Face. Location� Hunza - Gilgit Northern Areas of Pakistan Range� Batura Muztagh - Karakoram Elevation� 7611M/ 24070 feet Geographical Coordniate� 36° 26.4’N and 74° 40.9’E First accent� On 21st July 1974 by German Polish Expedition (H. Bleicher, L. Cichy, M. Grochowski, J. Holnicki-Szulc, A. Mlynarczyk, H. Oberhofer, J. Poreba) Climbing Route� Rock, snow and ice climbingThe route followed the Passu Glacier to the East Ridge that is between Passu and Gulkin glaciers, this ridge leads to the southeast from the summit, truns northeast and then truns roughly east so called “southeast ridge and the “northeast ridge in different sourses. The ice ridge is longe and access to the ridge requires the fixed rope. This is high changelling peak like others. ITINERARY:2nd to 3rd September� Arrival to Islamabad and preparation of the Expedition 4th September 2007� Briefing at the Ministry of Tourism and other formalities 5th September 2007� Drive to Chilas 11-12 hrs on Karakoram Highway, overnight at hotel 6th September 2007� Continue to Karimabad Hunza 5-6 hrs, overnight at hotel 7th September 2007� Day free to walk to Ultar Meadow or Duikar, overnight at hotel 8th September 2007� Drive to Passu and preparation, overnight at hotel 9th - 10th September� Transfer to Base Camp 11th to 25th September� Climbing and acclimatization 26th September 2007� Trek back to Passu, overnight at hotel 27th September 2007� Drive to Karimabad, overnight at hotel 28th September 2007� Drive to Besham, overnight at hotel 29th September 2007� Complete journey to Islamabad, de-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism, overnight at hotel 30th September 2007� Departure from Islamabad (drop to the airport) QUOTATION�2,500US dollar per person for more then 05 personsSERVICES INCLUDED IN OUR PRICE�Transportation from Islamabad airport to back Islamabad airport (Coaster/Haice Van with air-conditioned and 04-wheel jeep where would be needed), Hotel accommodation (twin sharing rooms) with full meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) Food to and for the Base Camp as well as you will stay in the base camp Wages of the porters to Base Camp and return including their insurances, food and kit Royalty of the Peak that 250 US dollar for the group of 07 personsPollution fee which is 200 US dollar Arrangement of briefing and de-briefing at the Ministry of Tourism Sleeping tents (two men), Mess and Kitchen tents, Sleeping Mattresses, Talpurs, plastic sheet for the Base Camp Kitchen appliance, including stove, fuel, crockery etc. Service of Cook/assistant including their insurances and kit Hotel accommodation with meals and camping food for Liaison officer/guide Insurance of the Liaison officer/guide Kit for liaison officer Liaison officer/guide allowance (30 US dollar per day in the cities and 15 US dollar in the Northern Areas of Pakistan according to rules and regulations of Mountaineering) The guarantee of 1000 US dollar of environmental security for the Ministry Tourism Assistance in clearance of Cargo if you have Toll tax, Parking fee, camping fee etc Porter’s wages to carry 35kg of personal baggage per person. For any excess baggage portage will be charged separately. Providing fix rope 300 or 400 M, snow bars, EPI gas cylinders SERVICES NOT INCLUDED IN OUR PRICE�Room services, Laundry charges, beverage, personal telephone calls and other any item of personal nature Personal insurance and first aid kitHigh altitude porters, high altitude tent and food, climbing equipment International flight ticket Note (Helicopter rescue deposit)�Concerning to the 6000 US dollar for Helicopter Rescue that we will deposit our own 6000 US dollar in cash advance for you and also fulfill the deduct 2.5% from the amount (BUT you have to pay us incase if you use this facility). We will give you this facility with deduction of 2.5% as they deduct 2.5 percent from 6000 US dollar in advance deposit in any case according to their new rules. If you do not use the helicopter this amount is re-fundable with deduction of 2.5% and you do not need to deposit in advance or if you use this facility you will pay us this amount and extra what will be the actuel.YOU HAVE TO ARRANGE BY YOURSELF�High altitude food and high altitude tentsClimbing equipments and climbing rope and cooking system etc

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Concordia situated in the North West End of Baltoro glacier centered by Abruzi and Goodwin Austin glacier, in an alleviation of 4600m. Concordia is surrounded by the second world highest peak K-2 (8611M), and the other peaks as well likely, Broad Peak (8047mm, Gasherbrum I 8-68M, G-II, 8035, G-IV, 7925M, Saltoro Kangri 7742m, Chogolisa I 7668M, Chogolisa II 7654M, Baltoro Kangri 7463m, Sia Kangri 7442m, Masherbrum Groups 7821m, Muztagh Tower 7272m, and the Baltoro Cathedral of Uhli and Trango groups from 5500m to 6700m. The trek starts from Askoli the last village of Shigar valley. The inhabitant are balti of Kirgis origin, the legend that once it was accessible from Muztagh Pass to Yarkand to the North of China, which is blocked from last few dacads. The trek goes on through the traditional stages fixed by expedition, and by the Ministry of Tourism, Askoli to Johla crossing Bardumal Crossing at the foot of the Biafo glacier, walking on the right bank Braldu river cross on a foot bridge of Domordu River camp at the North of Dumordu valley. Trek to Paiyu. One day rest in Paiyu. Paiyu to Khuburze, Urdukas 萌oro and Concordia, K-2 base camp 5110 m. While walking in Baltoro glacier that Panoramic view goes to deep to your sole.

Days Itinerary 24 Days Night
01 Islamabad H
02 Briefing with Ministry of Tourism H
03 Drive to Chilas on KKH Road H
04 Drive to Skardu on KKH Road H
05 Drive to Thongal C
06 Trekto Jhola/Paiyu C
08 Free day in Paiyu C
09 Trek to Urdukas/Goro 2/Concordia C
12 Full day excursion to K-2 Base Camp C
13 Trek return to /Urdukas/Paiyu/Jhola/Thongal C
17 Drive back to Skardu by Jeep H
18 Drive to Chilas on KKH Road H
19 Drive to Islamabad by KKH Road H
20 De-Briefing with Ministry of Tourism H
21 Fly back

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Nanga Parbat Fairy Meadows and Rakaposhi BC TrekRange: HimalayaAltitude: Min: 600m - Max: 3967mZone: OpenDuration: 14 DaysBest Time: Mid May - End AugustOn this tour we will travel almost all of the Western Himalayan and driving along some splendid areas of Karakoram. We also have magnificent views of the naked mountain " Nanga Parbat (8125m ), Rakaposhi (7788m) , Diran (7266m), Golden Peak (7027m), Ultar (7388m), Passu peak (7278m), Domani (6134m) and Trichmir (7706m) the highest of Hindukush. Traveling along the Karakoram Highway is an experience that will not fail to captivate and enthrall you. This famous highway twists through three great mountain ranges - the Himalaya, Karakoram and Pamirs - and follows one of the ancient Silk routes along the valleys of the Indus, Gilgit and Hunza rivers. The landscape is striking. Terraced villages are dotted around this monumental terrain, supported by traditional farming methods and lifestyles that have seen little change over the centuries.Each day provides a new and exciting scene. There are many things to see and experience en route, and you have lot of days to take in the expansive history, culture and landscapes of the region. Trip Itinerary:Day 01 Arrive Islamabad. HotelDay 02 Fly to Gilgit or Drive to Chilas in case of flight cancellation. HotelDay 03 Drive to Hunza. Hotel.Day 04 Free Day. Hotel.Day 05 Excursion Khunjerab Pass. Hotel.Day 06 Drive to Minapin and Trek to Hapakun. Tent. Day 07 Trek to Tagafari. Tent.Day 08 Excursion Diran BC. Tent.Day 09 Trek to Minapin and Drive to Gilgit. Hotel.Day 10 Drive to Tato and trek to Fairy Meadows. Tent. Day 11 Excursion Nanga Parbat BC. Tent.Day 12 Trek back to Tato and drive to Besham. Hotel.Day 13 Drive to Islamabad enroute Taxila sightseeing. Hotel.Day 14 Fly out.

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