Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) is a very sparsely populated high-mountain area in the north of Pakistan. Its natural environment is usually described with superlatives – the longest glaciers outside of the polar region, home of the world’s second highest peak (K2) and four more eight-thousanders. GB is largely a high-mountain desert; geologically, it spreads over three high mountain systems: Himalaya, Karakorum and Hindukush. The society of GB is diverse in terms of language, religion and ethnicity.
Kargah Buddha which is called Yashani in local language, a unique archaeological site a 7th century Buddha figure carved deep into the solid rock located outside of main...Learn More
Naltar Valley is situated in the north-west of Gilgit-Baltistan the 5th province of Pakistan (The Doorway of the World) and (The Township of the mountains). It is 40 km (...Learn More
There is a spot in Gilgit-Baltistan's Gilgit district, 60 miles to its east, called the Haramosh Valley that is an unexplored treasure trove.Learn More
Jutial is a developed residential scheme in Gilgit, Pakistan, a new city with a large population. Jutial is divided into different sectors and sub sectors. Located in the...Learn More
Shandur Polo festival is a polo tournament between Gilgit and Chitral Polo teams, which take place at the Shandur polo ground every summer. Shandur Polo ground is located...
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