40-50 Days
Gilgit Baltistan


Nanga Parbat (actually implies Naked Mountain in Hindi/Urdu) is the second-most highest in Pakistan. It is the ninth-most noteworthy on the planet with a culmination height of 8,126 m. (26,660 ft.) above ocean level. Yet it is one of the most appealing for both climbers and scientists. Situated in northern Pakistan, Nanga Parbat is the westernmost of the eight-thousanders. Notwithstanding being geologically near the Karakoram, it speaks to the westernmost aspect of the Himalayan range. Technically it is the second hardest 8,000-meter top in Pakistan after K2. Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is one of the most difficult adventure spots in Pakistan.

It lies in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan. Nanga Parbat massif is the western corner mainstay of the Himalayas. It is an isolated range of peaks just springing up from nothing and is surrounded by the rivers Indus and Astore. Nanga Parbat or “Nanga Parvata” signifies the stripped mountain. It’s a unique and proper name. Nonetheless. It is Diamir, the “Ruler Of The Mountains.” Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is a dream for adventure enthusiasts from around the globe.

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Nanga Parbat is genuinely a great scene. The south face is the biggest on the planet, stretching out more than four kilometers above headquarters. Until this point, there have just been five climbs from the south. The north face is similarly scary. Instead of the south face’s precarious stone and ice, it broadens the mountain’s width and monitors the blanketed north face.

The north face is undermined because of dangerous ice sheets, continuous storms, and torrential slides. As opposed to the south face’s lofty stone and ice, the cold, the north face is monitored by an expansive hindrance of seracs that expand the mountain’s width. Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is possible from both sides.

Before the Second World War, climbers were persuaded that the best way to ascend the mountain was from the north.  Through a long curve reaching out over Rakhiot Peak (7010m). It is between the two culminations of Silberzacken and lastly to the highest point of Nanga Parbat. This is in this way dodging a more straightforward rising of the north face.

The course was hazardously inclined to torrential slide and presented an awful climate. Thirty-one individuals passed on endeavoring to ascend the mountain prompting it to secure the “Executioner Mountain” scandalous name. These days, most endeavors are using the Westerly Diamir face, which is commonly viewed as the least demanding and most secure with the Kinshofer Route, the typical course. Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is famous for fairy meadows base trekking side as well.

Karakorum and Nanga Parbat Mistry

It’s not part of the Karakoram. It is isolated from the Karakoram by the mighty Indus River. Since the primary unfortunate British campaign began from the get-go In 1895, A.D Albert Frederick Mummery drove an undertaking to the pinnacle. It arrived at very nearly 6,100 m (20,000 ft) on the Diamir (West) Face. Of the south face, he stated: “The way might acknowledge the dumbfounding troubles of the southern face that the immense stone edges. The threats of the hanging ice sheet and the lofty ice of the northwest face—one of the most threatening countenances of a mountain I have ever observed.” Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is not possible to scale up without traveling over Karakorum surfaces.

Mountain dwellers have attempted to raise their highest point through various courses, yet hardly any fortunate ones have succeeded. In 1934 four German climbers and six doorkeepers died in a storm. In the 1937 catastrophe, 18 Sherpas and 12 climbers were covered alive by a torrential slide that secured their camp.

Nanga Parbat has guaranteed a larger number of lives than some other 8000ers comparative with the number of endeavors; subsequently, it is named the startling epithet of Killer Mountain. It was first moved in 1953 A.D. by a joint Austrian – German Expedition. Hermann Buhl made the last climb in a challenging 41 hours solo trial without oxygen. Italian mountain dweller Reinhold Messner ascended the south face (Rupal Face) with his sibling Gunther in 1970, slipping by the Diamir face, where Gunther lost his life in an experience.

Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan a Dream Summit

Revelry settled on the Diamir face somewhat, however, vanished, probably slaughtered by a torrential slide. The resulting undertakings fared no better, with a torrential slide executing 16 men in a German group in the mid-1900s and a tempest butchering another nine out of 1934.

Austrian Hermann Buhl was the first to make it to the culmination, climbing solo and without oxygen in 1953. He followed an edge on the Rakhiot face in what has gone down in mountaineering legend as one of the most striking ascensions ever. Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan is a dream summit for everyone like Hermann Buhl.

Nanga Parbat is the most significant open of all 8000m mountains with headquarters agreeable as meager as two days from Gilgit. Looking for experience and rush, the primary German undertaking group driven by Herman Buhl effectively arrived at the culmination in 1953 using the Rakhiot Glacier and East Ridge.

However, this achievement was accomplished only after having lost eleven climbers and fifteen doorkeepers during the rising. Numerous different climbers have along these lines been murdered on this mountain. This is the reason this mountain was nicknamed the “Executioner Mountain.” Reinhold Messner, a remarkable person in mountaineering from Italy, says that “Nanga Parbat has gotten referred to on the planet as the most elevated stone and ice divider mountain!”.

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It was in 1841 that a colossal stone slide from Nanga Parbat dammed the Indus River. This made a vast lake, 55 km long, similar to the present Tarbela dam downstream. The surge of water delivered when the dam broke caused an ascent of 80 ft. in the stream’s third level at Attock and cleared away a whole Sikh armed force. Likewise, in the center of the nineteenth century, comparative fiascoes were later brought about by the damming of Hunza and the Shyok river.

Name Of Peak                                    Nanga parbat

Elevation                                             8126M

Ranked                                                9th(2nd in Pakistan)

Base Camp Height                              3850-M

Range                                                  Himalaya 

Duration                                               45 Days

Best Period                                          May to August


Day 1. Reach Islamabad International Airport
Our guide will pick you up and transfer you to the hotel in Islamabad where you will get fresh. You will have a spare day in Islamabad to adjust yourselves to the environment and visit some local attractions.
Day. 2 Drive to Chilas via Babusar Pass (4173m)
Early in the morning, we will leave for Chilas via Babusar pass. We will have our lunch at Naran or Kaghan where you feel comfortable. Then we will reach Babusar top later in the day where we can enjoy the scenic beauty of lush green fields with snowcapped mountains around. From here we will descend to Chilas where we will stay for the night.

Day-3  Sightseeing and preparation day at Chilas:

In the morning, you will walk up to the view town which has a great view of the Indus River. If you are into photography. Final preparations for the expedition

Day 03-05 Chilas – Halale:

Morning Drive to Halle by jeep and trek to B.C.

Day 06-4 Acclimatization and climbing.

Non guided climb of the Broad Peak expedition will start from today onwards. During the Broad Peak Expedition period, our staff will be at base camp to help you. Our professional Chef will make delicious and most nutritious food, which we believe plays a significant role in climbing mountains.

Day 41-42 Halale – Chilas:

Trek down to Halale and drive by jeep to Chilas. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day43 Islamabad:

Today our goal is to reach Islamabad which will be covered within a few hours. in Islamabad, we will rest for the evening and will have our dinner at La Montana in the Margalla Hills with a picturesque view of the Islamabad Infront.  In the evening we will be in Islamabad. We will go through some other socially rich and recorded Towns, Abbot Abad, Hassan Abdal, Haripur, And Taxila. Taxila is a significant archeological site of antiquated India, arranged around 32 km northwest of Islamabad. The root of Taxila as a city returns to c.1000 BCE. A few vestiges at Taxila date to the hour of the Achaemenid Domain in the sixth century BC.

Day 44: Sightseeing In Islamabad:

A Faisal Mosque, Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Area Today, we will investigate Islamabad. Islamabad is a reason constructed City, which was underlying in 1961 as the new capital of Pakistan. It is a rich green city encompassed by Faisal Mosque and Marghala Slopes, and the neighborhood Bazars are the primary fascination. This fascination stays open seven days every week, 24 hours. Parliament House and other noticeable structures must be seen from the outside. In the first part of the day, we will visit the Faisal mosque and neighborhood Markets and afterward head toward the Marghala slope in the early evening.

Day 45: Fly Your Next Destination:

Islamabad airport  After breakfast, w back home. No dinners are remembered for this day.

Services Included:

  • Liaison with Ministry of Tourism in Islamabad for climbing permit process, providing the appointed Liaison officer’s measurements for his prescribed kit.
  • Process of import/export permit from the ministry of tourism.
  • Clearance of cargo before arrival of the team and its storage.
  • Assistance upon arrival/departure.
  • Official Briefing/Debriefing.
  • Hotel accommodation in Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Chilas.
  • All meals during trek and at B.C. as per itinerary.
  • Porterage of 75 kg per person of expedition equipment and high altitude food etc. to the B.C. and 50 kg per person on return from B.C.
  • Road transfers between airport/hotel and within the city as per itinerary.
  • Sleeping tents, mattresses, mess, kitchen, and toilet tent with tables/field stools and camping ground fees.
  • Kitchen equipment, crockery, cutlery, fuel, and related community gear.
  • Wages and basic kit of guide, sirdar, cook, and assistant(s).
  • Insurance of our field staff and low altitude porters (except helicopter rescue).
  • Porterage at airports, hotels, toll taxes, and parking fees, etc.
  • Mail handling/forwarding to B.C./overseas except for postage charges.
  • Reconfirmation of air tickets.
  • Hiring of HAPs, mail runner(s), and any other crew as per requirement. (Wages and kit to be arranged by the team).

Services not Included:

  • International & domestic airfare, airport tax, excess baggage charges.
  • High altitude porters/any crew above B.C.

Helicopter emergency rescue fees (refundable if not use, it is now US$15000/-

  • High altitude tents, sleeping bags, personal and climbing equipment of any kind beyond base camp, including high altitude food and oxygen.
  • Medications, ground evacuations, and helicopter rescue charges of any kind.
  • Room services, laundry, beverages, phone/communication bills, and items of personal nature.
  • Insurance liability of member (s) and other under force majeure conditions.
  • Climbing Permit, Pollution and Environmental fee, or any other payment required to be paid to Pakistan’s Government.
  • Clearing agent charges.

Members any climbing gears

  1. Member personal insurance
  2. High altitude tent
  3. High altitude food
  4. High altitude porter
  • Any other service not mentioned in the above list
Nanga Parbat Expedition Pakistan

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
July 8, 2021

The Nanga Parbat Expedition was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I will never forget. The mountain’s grandeur was awe-inspiring, with its snow-capped peak rising majestically into the sky. The climb itself was a challenging and exhilarating experience, with each step pushing us closer to the summit.

Throughout the journey, our expert guides provided us with the support and guidance we needed to make the climb safely and successfully. Their knowledge of the area and experience in mountaineering was invaluable, allowing us to focus on the climb and the stunning natural beauty around us.

Overall, I highly recommend the Nanga Parbat Expedition to anyone seeking a true mountaineering challenge. It is a unique and unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. The best ever company to achieve your dreams we found is Visit in Pakistan. Highly recommended.

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