Gilgit Baltistan covers an area of 27188 square miles (72000 square kilometres) and population is approximately 1.5 million. Gilgit-Baltistan comprises three divisions namely Chilas, Gilgit and Baltistan and further divided into ten districts.
Deosai National Park
Deosai National Park is by far one of the most amazing places you can camped out. Seemingly endless pastures covered in wildflowers make up the vast area of Deosai, the second largest alpine plateau in the world.
Pakistan is one of the few countries with such a dynamic landscape; rivers, deserts, lakes, waterfalls, springs, glaciers we seem to have it all in great abundance.
Tourism is what GB needs
Pakistan holds attraction for tourists. But unfortunately the tourist industry is going down, even in places like Gilgit-Baltistan, which fulfill all benchmarks for attracting tourists from around the world.
Fairy Meadows Trek
Located in Gilgit-Baltistan, north Pakistan, getting to Fairy Meadows doesn’t require any kind of mountain experience as, except for the last 6 or 7km, most of the way can be done by 4×4.
SHANGRI-LA IS A FICTIONAL PLACE described by author James Hilton in the 1933 novel “Lost Horizon.” It is described as a harmonious, peaceful, and isolated place, which was inspired by the mythical Buddhist kingdom of Shambhala.