Kalash Festival


The Kalash Festival is a cultural festival which is held in the district Chitral the northern region of Pakistan annually. The Kalash people are an indigenous minority community in Pakistan. They celebrate their own culture and traditions during the festival which is held in August. A number of cultural activities are featured at the Kalash Festival, including displays of handicrafts, performances of traditional music and dance, and food stalls offering regional fare. In addition, there will be cultural walks, camping, and other outdoor pursuits during the event. The Kalash people, who have a unique language, religion, and social structure, hope to maintain and promote their rich cultural history through this celebration. Visitors may watch traditional dances, including the well-known Uchal dance, and take in music performed on a variety of traditional instruments, including the surnai and dhol. The festival includes spiritual ceremonies like the Joshi festival, which is held in honor of the beginning of spring, in addition to cultural events. The Kalash people offer sacrifices and carry out traditional ceremonies to honor their gods during the Joshi festival, which is a colorful and vibrant celebration. The local communities of the Kalash Valley and the Pakistani government jointly organize the Kalash Festival to make sure everything takes ahead without problems. Through planned trips provided by licensed Khosar Gang Adventure travel operators in Pakistan, tourists can take part in the festival. The Kalash Festival presents a special chance to discover the rich culture and traditions of the Kalash people, as well as the breathtaking natural beauty of the Kalash Valley and the friendly hospitality of the locals.


Arrival Islamabad and transfer to hotel.
Departure for Chitral via Lawari Tunnel (incase Tunnel close then via Lawari Pass) (3118m), our today’s journey will be 10 hours drive, today we will cross some small cites and piston villages arrive in Chitral and transfer to hotel
Departure for Kalash valley, the 3 hours drive to Kalash village be through the most interesting narrow jeep trek, arrive and transfer to hotel
Explore the beautiful Kalash valley Bumburat, Rembur and enjoy the festival in Bumburat village in Kalash valley
After breakfast then drive back to Chitral,After lunch we will vist local bazzar and Shahi mosque its Built by the ul-Mulks near the end of the 19th century. Its pinkish walls and white onion dome make it one of north Pakistan’s most distinctive mosques, particularly as its minarets frame Tirich Mir in the far distance. It’s usually fine to visit, but ask permission before entering and avoid Friday prayers. arrive and transfer to hotel
After breakfast then drive back to Islamabad, arrive and transfer to hotel
After breafast we visit to Taxila city is 35 km, 20 minutes drive from Islamabad moving towards north-west where the civilization of Gandhara exists. While traveling on GT road, after crossing Margalla Hills, just turning left from Taxila bypass at Khanpur Lake road about 4 km there is Taxila Museum. It’s a site museum where the collections of gandhara art are placed, which is about of 600BC to 700BC. Two beautiful & well maintained gardens are also attached with the museum’s building, for visitors to relax and enjoy the natural environment and weather.
Explore the twin city and in the evening transfer to at airport for flight back home.


Hotel Accommodation on twin sharing basis
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Air-conditioned luxury transport
English speaking tour guide
Entry fees
toll taxes
Domestic flights tickets
Tips for baggage handling at airport & at hotels
Member international flight tickets
Member personal insurance and all personal expenses such as telephone calls, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
Helicopter emergency rescue fees
Room service, personal services, items of a purely personal nature any unforeseen expenses (just like road block extra hotel stay) then members will be pay according to the numbers of days basses

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