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Fairy Meadows And Nanga Parbat Base Camp Tour

Fairy Meadows And Nanga Parbat Base Camp Tour Packages
Country: Pakistan
City: Fairy Meadows
Duration: 6 Day(s) - 5 Night(s)
Tour Category: Trekking Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Tour to Fairy Meadows and Nanga Parbat base camp trekking tour.

Day 1: Start travel from Islamabad to Chillas at night.

Visit Mansehra, Balakot, Naran Kaghan, Lulusar Lake, and Babusar top while traveling to Chillas. If the road to Babusar close then will travel through KKH by visiting Besham, Batgram, Dassu. Night stay at Chillas in hotel

Day 2: Travel to Raikot Bridge.

Jeep safari to tatu village. Trekking to Fairy Meadows (2, 3-hour trekking required to reach Fairy meadows, horse pony also available). Night stay in Camps or Huts in Fairy Meadows.

Day 3: Full day rest in Fairy Meadows

Visit meadows and Fairy lake.
Night stay in camp/Huts in Fairy Meadows.

Day 4: Trekking to Nanga Parbat Base Camp

Full-day Trekking required to reach base camp and back Fairy meadows.
Night stay in camp/Huts in Fairy Meadows.

Day 5: Travel back to Tatu village

Jeep drive to Raikot bridge.
Night stay in Chillas.

Day 6: Travel to Islamabad

Reach Islamabad till night.

Services Included:

Transport from Islamabad to Islamabad on Toyota Xli/Gli
5 nights stay
Jeep charges


The six-month tourist season at Fairy Meadows starts in April and continues until the end of September. Tourists lodge at the camping site spread over 800 hectares (2,000 acres), known as "Raikot Serai".The site of Fairy Meadows, though partially developed, generates about PKR 17 million revenue from tourism, mainly by providing food, transportation, and accommodation services.

The main attraction of this place other than the meadows itself is the view of Nanga Parbat Mountain. Tourists usually hike to the base camp of the mountain from Fairy Meadows.

The grassland is surrounded by thick alpine forest. The high altitude area and north-facing slopes mostly consist of coniferous forest. Among mammals, a few brown bears are found in the region, with their numbers declining. Some musk deer, regarded as an endangered species, are also present.

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