James Hodson, Jacques Rehman and Sardar Ahmed Durrani take an adventure of a life time to the Hunza Valley, Pakistan. They share spectacular scenery from valleys of Hunza, Attabad Lake, Ultar meadows, Duikar and Hon Pass.
Amir Mehdi wanted to be the first Pakistani to scale the country’s highest peak, K2, and as one of the strongest climbers in the first team to conquer the summit, 60 years ago, he nearly did. Instead he was betrayed by his Italian companions, left to spend a night on the ice without shelter, and was lucky to survive.
The Youth of Gilgit-Baltistan have arranged Hunzo-e-Maraka – an event that will offer the mystic music, traditional foods and other cultural activities to its participants. The program is being arranged in collaboration with Saiyah travels and Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan.
An annual fashion show “Safar-e-Balad” was organized at STEP Institute of Art, Design and Management, Lahore. The event with the tagline “The Creative Journey” allowed 1 year BTEC Level 3 Diploma students of Fashion & Clothing to display and exhibit their final collections.
Two weeks back, we started a contest “Pose with Salao” on our Facebook page. The members were asked to submit their photo that was taken with Salauddin (Salao) – the guy from Baltit Fort who according to Google Images is one of the most seen faces from the Hunza valley on the internet. The post […]
Pakistan often finds itself in the unenviable position of being labelled as the most dangerous country in the world. It has been on the cover issue of an international magazine for this reason a couple of years ago.