Duration: 10 Days
Best Time: November through March
The mountains of northern Pakistan offer some of the best rapids in the world for White Water Adventures.
The mighty Indus River (3rd in Asia) squeezed between the high cliffs of Haramosh and Himalaya Ranges roars through deep gorges snaking its way out to the plains. Exploring Indus can be a life time memory as it provides equally interesting choices for just pleasure riders to the White Water enthusiasts for rafting, canoeing and kayaking
Gilgit River, Hunza River and their tributaries in upper Hunza, Shimshal, Ishkoman and other beautiful valleys of Hindukush Range offer very safe and pleasure-filled rafting with magnificent easy trekking tours on nearby panoramic trails.
The scenic Swat Valley and lush green Kaghan Valley and their rivers are worth floating and provide views of a rare mountain panorama.
The Indus River flows through the wide plains of the fertile Punjab where one can float downstream on the big wooden boats, whose design copies the galleons of Alexander the Great. You watch at leisure views of river life with migrating birds, glimpses of the blind Indus Dolphin and magnificent sunsets in the distant horizon.
Day 01 Arrive Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 02 Fly to Multan. Hotel.
Day 03 Drive to Taunsa Barradge. Tent.
Day 04 Start boating on Indus. Tent.
Day 05 Boating. Tent.
Day 06 Half day boating. After lunch drive to Uch Sharif. Tent.
Day 07 Drive to Derawar Fort. Tent.
Day 08 Drive to Bahawal Pur and transfer to the airport for fly to Islamabad. Hotel.
Day 09 Sightseeing. Hotel.
Day 10 Fly out.