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Our Services

OUR WIDE RANGE OF SERVICES

Mountaineering, ranging from over 8000m peaks for professional mountaineers to moderate climbs for amateurs on 5000m to 6000m peaks and 7000m peaks in the Karakorum, Himalayan and Hindu Kush ranges.

Trekking in the Northern of Pakistan, with everything from easy day-hikes in panoramic valleys to challenging long treks over glaciers and passes in a complete wilderness of ice, rock and snow.

Jeep and bike safaris to explore firsthand the culture of the serene valleys of the Northern Pakistan.                                                                    

Special interest trips for researchers, scientists, photographers, journalists, writers, filmmakers, etc.

PATIL SERVICES

WE GIVE PATIL SERVICES AND RENT CAMPING AND KITCHEN GEAR TO BUDGER TOURISTS AT NOMINAL CHARGES.

BEST SEASONS:

Trips to the Northern pakistan are best planned for the summer (May to October), but for high altitude treks and mountain pass crossings, June to September is the best time. The best time to visit the southern part of the country and enjoy blossoms and picturesque plains and hunting is in the winter and spring, from November through March.

Seasons :

1)Spring(March–April)

2)Summer(May-August)

3)Autumn(September–November)

4)Winter (December – February)

TRIP GRADING:

We have graded our treks and other trips according to their level of difficulty. However, these grades are based on averages, and some trips may prove to be easier or more strenuous for certain individuals. Please bear in mind that no two persons are the same. Our indicated levels are based on the following criteria:

Tours and day hikes of 5-6 hours duration, travelling by jeep, coach, pony, camel and air safari.

Moderate treks of 6-7 hours duration, with gradual altitude gains up to 4000M.

Strenuous treks with sharp altitude gains.

Sharp altitude gains up to 5500m. However, day excursions or summit climbs may reach up to 6500m. Basic mountaineering skills are required for certain adventures.

SERVICES OFFERED:

Upon finalization of your tour itinerary, we will offer a package program and quote prices in keeping with your requirements, including all meals, hotels, transport and other services. Our prices are always the best and there is 10% for prepayment before your arrival.

Programs include:

Transport, as per requirement (jeep, car, minibus, van with or without AC), etc.

Hotel accommodation and meals in 5 star, 4 star or 3 star hotels in the city; 1st class and 2nd class tourist hotels in the Northern Pakistan.

English speaking guides with extensive knowledge of the local religions, cultures, languages and history and adventure possibilities.

Services in camps (full-board).

Domestic flight bookings and confirmations.

Cook assistant cook and camp crew.

Kitchen and camping equipment.

All road and toll taxes.

Porter age of 75 kg per person of expedition equipment and high altitude food etc. to the B.C. and 50 kg per person on return from BC for expeditions.

Porter age of 16 kg per person for trekking.

Tents on twin-sharing basis during treks and at base camps.

Twin-sharing basis during Hotel room.

Trekking permit and fees from the Tourism for trekking team (if applicable).

Liaison with Gilgit Baltistan tourism department for climbing permit process.

Process of import/export permit from tourism for expedition.

 Clearance of cargo before arrival of the team for expeditions.

Briefing/Debriefing at Tourism Deportment for trekking and expeditions.

Wages, food in camps, and insurance for guide, cook and porters.

Sleeping tents, mattresses, mess, kitchen and toilet tent with tables/field stools and camping ground fees.

Kitchen equipment, crockery, cutlery, fuel and related community gear.

Road transfers between airport/hotel and within city as per itinerary.

Invitation letter for Pakistani visa.

Fresh vegetables and Fresh meat.

Fresh fruits (Hotel and Trek)

Walki-Talkie during the Trek.

Electric Generators for electricity and camera charging.

Mineral water during the Hotel meals.

NO RESPONSIBILITY: `

ADVENTURE LAND shall not be responsible for:

Any landslide, road blockade or other disturbance in the country beyond our control.

Flight cancellation due to backlog, bad weather, or any other similar reason.

Any accident or injury during the trip.

Helicopter rescue.

Climbing Permit fee for expeditions

Liaison Officer Kit and equipment, allowances, travel, hotels, meals and his personal expenses of any kind.

High altitude porters/any crew above BC for expeditions.

Tents, sleeping bags, personal and climbing equipment of any kind beyond base camp including high altitude food and oxygen for expeditions.

CKNP (Central Karakorum National park) FEES.

Medications ground evacuations and helicopter rescue charges of any kind.

International Airfare

Room services, laundry, beverages, phone/communication bills and items of personal nature.

Insurance liability of member (s) and other under force majeure conditions.

Clearing agent charges.

Extra days (not included in the itinerary).

Extra wages.

Tips for Porters, Guide, Cook & Drivers.

MOUNTAIN FLIGHTS:

Since mountain weather is seldom predictable, flights between Islamabad and Gilgit, Skardu and Chitral are operated as weather permits. Also, the availability of seats is subject to the clearance of the previous day’s backlog. Should conditions prohibit air travel, we will provide surface transfer via the Karakorum Highway or any suitable alternate route.

SERVICES NOT INCLUDED:

Sleeping bags, rucksacks, personal gear, personal clothing and insurance, international air tickets, excess baggage charges for more than 16 kg during treks and 75 kg per person of expedition equipment and high altitude food etc. to the B.C. and 50 kg per person on return from BC for expeditions, immunizations, laundry, beverages, tips during treks, personal telephone/fax service, and all other items of personal nature are not included in our package prices.

FOOD IN CAMPS:

Breakfast consists of porridge or cornflakes, eggs, butter, chapattis, paratha, jam or marmalade, honey, tea or coffee, as well as items from local traditional breakfasts.

LUNCH:

Generally a lunch spot is chosen by the cook after 3-4 hours of walking. A cold lunch consists of tinned beef, tuna or sardine fish, cheese, crackers, biscuits, dried fruits, nuts, toffees, juices and tea. On very cold days, hot soup is also served.


DINNER:

We always serve a hot dinner which consists of soup with a main course of rice, chicken or beef, vegetables, dall, potatoes, chapatties with accompaniments like salad, fresh or tinned fruit, custard, pudding, kheer (a Pakistani favorite), tea or coffee etc.
Our meals will include locally available fresh fruits and vegetables whenever possible. On treks local foods are available. We use tinned and prepared foods which are carried by the porters. However, our guide and cook do their best to maintain the highest standards of comfort and hygiene.

 

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