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Adventure Pakistan is one of the leading tour operators in Pakistan, we offer a wide range of itineraries relating to sheer adventure, exquisite culture and thrilling special interest tours throughout the country .Our highly experienced guides, cooks, kitchen helpers, HAP’s, porters, drivers and office staff are all extremely motivated to provide you with the best of services and greatest of memories! Taking that extra step to give you an adventure beyond imagination…








Adventure Highlights

Pakistan means “Land of (the) Pure” – pure natural beauty, pure hospitality, pure food, pure culture and most of all pure adventure!

Marvel at the mightiest of mountain ranges: The Hindu Kush, the Himalayas, the Karakoram and the Pamirs. Climb K2 or trek around Nanga Parbat, visit the Baltit Fort and eat apricot soup with the local Hunzakuts. Watch the game of kings on the highest polo ground in the world – the Shandur Top, dive into the mystic world of the Kalasha’s in Chitral. Discover the ancient kingdom of Gandhara, follow the roaring Indus River into Punjab and Sindh or ride a camel near Mohenjo-Daro.

We warmly welcome you to join us on an adventure to explore and enjoy the spectacular and fascinating landscape of our beautiful country and experience its incredible hospitality!


What our clients have to say

The Adventure Pakistan team looks forward to getting to know you! We feel very grateful for the amazing people we have been allowed to meet over the years and the special moments we have shared with them. Here are some of the messages our clients have left behind.

CONCORDIA TREK – SUMMER 2016 We were only 2 French people and we did the K2 base camp trek (Concordia trek in fact; K2 BC is optional with one day more…) from the end of July until mid-August 2016. I write these words 4 months later, but even if I’m not used to do this (whatever my trip had been good or not…), I really feel for a long time that I have to do it in a spirit of respect and friendship for Ali and Loes, and people of the Adventure Pakistan team. We received a so hearty welcome! For many people, especially western travelers, come and walk in Pakistan for 3 weeks may first not be considered as a good idea (…). But, far from what people generally imagine or from all we can hear or read, we only met awesome and curious people, with a great sense of hospitality. Of course western travelers are rare, so you are often looked as a “curiosity” (airport, military checkpoint, visits in Islamabad…), but always as a guest! During the trek, religion seems to be a smaller part of people life in mountains than in towns, and it’s not perceived as discomfort, even if you have to respect some “classic rules”, especially in the most remote areas. But our guide Tajammul and his assistant Jawed was totally devoted to us, and were always listening to us for anything we need to talk or do. This trek was a “classical” (!) one, without any “piece of bravura” (if you always did ones as long as this one, in other parts of the (remote areas of the) world…). You often walk with the feeling to have reached the world’s end, on changing glaciers from one week to another, and of course surrounded every day by great mountains (very different from Nepal, the Andes, …). Obviously, the atmosphere is far away from Himalayan crowd, porters are nearer than “usually” (…) and we saw the spectacular K2, without any cloud during the 2 days we rest in Concordia. What a good reward after one week walking and before coming back! As Tajammul was always saying it to us: “you are so lucky!”. As I say it, if you want to go to K2 BC, you still have 7 hours to walk from Concordia, so don’t think you can do it “during a rest day” (!). And it’s apparently safer to sleep at Broadpeak BC (3 hours from Concordia). But you can also stay in Concordia and meditate in front of the K2… (big enough from there!). What more? Sometimes the ford crossing can turn out to be a hazardous exercise (the last one was memorable!). And what about our unforgettable nights spent to listen songs and music with rhubarb (ethnic instrument) played by a friend of Taja, sitting in the kitchen tent with our team, or other people of the camps! We met Ali only in Islamabad (before and after the trek) but I really discovered his “dimension” when I was back in France, by reading messages of thanks of people from all over the world. With his simplicity and humility, you could never imagine the value from the man who welcomes you warmly, or picks you up at your hotel and take you for a sightseeing tour or a (great!) dinner. There is still so many things to see that I will probably come back to Pakistan. And I can’t imagine that I will do it without you! Ali and Loes, thank you so much! Gil

Gil ROZIE CONCORDIA TREK – SUMMER 2016 January 29, 2017

During summer 2009, I team up again with four Austrian friends, with whom I summitted Broad Peak (8047m) and had a first try on K2, in 2007. Our 2009 goal was to forge a brand new route on Nanga Parbat (8125m). To organize this major expedition, we work with Mr. Muhammad Ali from Adventure Pakistan. After our acclimatization on Nanga Parbat’s normal route (Kinshofer), the five of us ventured on unknown terrain, to the northwestern part of the mountain. After four days, we reached camp 4, at about 7100m, as planned. Gerfried Göschl, the expedition leader, and I reached the summit of Nanga Parbat the 11th of July. The brand new Austro-Canadian North-West route, is over 2000 meters long, and counts a few technical climbing sections. During this expedition, Mr. Muhammad Ali show us the best professionalism I ever seen on expedition filed touring. Every aspect of the organization was always clean and clear. From the beginning to the end of the expedition he was paying special attention to all our big and small needs. Along with is great sense of humour and cheerfulness altitude, he is really a diplomat and fieldworker with an incomparable expedition knowledge. For example, in one day, I saw him speak different languages during an expedition meeting in the morning, during afternoon, he fix a broken generator and late after dinner he explain all the aspect of the Northern Pakistan culture. Mr. Muhammad Ali is the kind of man that give you the drive to return again and again in the harsh Karakoram region because he can make things much more easier with is numerous “problem solving skills.

Louis Rousseau September 13, 2015


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