Mt.K2 reflection view from Concordia, Pakistan

Pakistan

The soul stirring holy peaks of the Himalaya, where the mountains will take your breath away

Adventure Holidays in Pakistan

Pakistan is the site of some of the earliest human settlements, home to an ancient civilisation rivalling those of Egypt and Mesopotamia. It is also the crucible of two of the world's major religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, both of which have their roots in the subcontinent. But for adventure lovers, mountains are the big draw. Blessed with the greatest mass of high mountains on earth, in Northern Pakistan the mighty Himalaya, Karakorum, Pamirs and Hindukush all meet. K-2 and Concordia, Chitral and the Hindukush, Rakaposhi and the Hunza Valley, are all names to quicken the pulse of those who love mountains and their inhabitants. 

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Pakistan Adventure Holidays

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Concordia & K2

One of the world's greatest treks; unrivalled high mountain scenery and breathtaking views of K2

Guided Group

Walking & Trekking
22 days inc. flights
From £3,599
Activity Rating - Tough
Tough
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“Pakistan is a country close to our hearts and it’s been nine years since we operated a trip there, so it’s fantastic that we’re finally bringing it back,” says Product Manager Louise Unlgess. 

“Pakistan was a trekking classic in the 90s and these days the Concordia and K2 trek is exactly the same as we ran it back then – save for our flight to Islamabad. So we really are ‘bringing it back’ rather than creating a new product,” Louise says. Despite the press painting a negative picture of Pakistan and the FCO advising against all but essential travel to quite a few areas (although not the area we’re returning to), most areas in Pakistan are perfectly safe, offering some of the world’s most spectacular mountain scenery. We’re fully confident now is the right time to return. “We fully understand the political complexities of travelling to Pakistan – our trip avoids FCO no go areas by flying to and from Skardu, and we’ll be using a UK leader alongside a local guide too.”

Exodus began life in 1974, when two friends got together to provide an overland truck to the Minaret of Jam, the most inaccessible of the world’s great monuments. It was the hippy-trail heyday and the journey from Calais to Kathmandu departed from London in Autumn, returning in Spring. Soon we were also travelling to South Africa, and taking hardy adventurers to the Amazon Basin as well.

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