Gilgit-Baltistan is ready to welcome you to Salon Mondial de Tourisme Exhibition Paris France from 17-20 March 2022. Plz visit our pavilion at Hall No 04 stall D49Explore More
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.
Sikandarabad (Urdu: سکندر آباد) is a village located in the Nagar District of Gilgit–Baltistan in Pakistan. It is the headquarter of district "Nagar "tehsil. "Sikandarabad" is located on "Karakoram Highway(KKH)".Learn More
Nagar Khas is Situated on the bank of the Nagar river, it is the former capital of the princely state of Nagar.Learn More
Ultar Sar is a 7,388 metres (24,239 ft) mountain in the Karakoram range, in Pakistan. It is also known as Ultar Peak, Ultar II, Bojohagur Duanasir II, and simply as Ultar. Ultar Sar is part of the Batura Muztagh subrange. It is the 69th highest mountLearn More
Shimshal Lake is basically natural accumulation of water from melted glacier water flowing through seasonal streams. Shimshal Lake is situated 40KM from the Shimshal village and runs along the Chinese border.Learn More
Sost or Sust (Urdu: سوست ) is a village in Gojal, Upper Hunza, Gilgit–Baltistan, Pakistan. It is the last town inside Pakistan on the Karakoram Highway before the Chinese border. It is elevated 2,800 meters above sea level.Learn More
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