The Deosai National Park is located in the Skardu, Astore Districts of Gilgit-Baltistan province, in northernmost Pakistan. Deosai means `the land of Giants`. The park is located on the Deosai Plains of the Gilgit-Baltistan geographic region. Deosai means the “Land of Giants”. Deosai is a tourist attraction and lots of tourists who visit Baltistan go to Deosai as well.
Deosai Plateau is the longest and barren pass in the Himalayan range and also called ‘Roof of the World’. The Deosai is rolling pastureland with rounded hills. In summer it is knee deep in grass and flowers and inhabited by whistling marmots. A treeless wilderness at 4000m, uninhabited and inhospitable in winter, snow-covered for eight months of the year and well-known for its ferocious wind storms – the plateau is nonetheless enchanted on clear August days. It offers smoother walk than the Karakoram.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway 11-12 hrs 461km
Drive to Skardu along with Indus River 8-9hrs 290km
Morning visit Shigar Fort and Shigar valley, after lunch drive to Khaplu
Full day excursion to Satpara Lake, Deosai National Park and Kachura Lake
Drive back to Chilas 8-9hrs 290km
Drive back to Islamabad 11-12hrs 461km
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