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Laila Peak Expedition

Laila Peak Expedition

Laila Peak, Hushe Valley is one of the most beautiful and worth seeing sights of the snow covered mountain of the world. The outstanding Laila Peak is located near Gondogoro glacier between Dalsangpa and Khuspang camping site.

Karakoram Range and has been known as a major gimmick for the tourist who are in love with nature.

The lower part of Laila Peak is cover with soft snow; the upper part is cover with thin layer of ice, it is mixed ice climbing and rock climbing peak.





Day Laila Peak itinerary Reservation
01 Arrive Islamabad and transfer to your hotel Hotel
02 Fly to Sakrdu or Drive to Chilas Hotel
03 Drive to Skardu Hotel
04 Rest day in Skardu Hotel
05 Drive to Hushe village Camp
06 Trek to Sahischo Camp
07 Trek to Laila peak base camp Camp
08-25 17 Days for climbing period Camp
26 Trek back to Sahischo Camp
27 Trek to Hushe and then drive to Skardu Hotel
28 Drive to Islamabad Hotel
29 Free day in Islamabad, afternoon Islamabad city tour Hotel
30 Transfer to airport for your own destination           On board



A valid visa is required. Visas are NOT issued at the airport and must be obtained prior to arrival. Some embassies such as those in Central Asia are reluctant to issue visas and advise you to obtain them from your home country. A single-entry tourist visa is valid for 3 months from the date of arrival in Pakistan and for 6 months from the date of issue. Some visas are only valid for 3 months from the date of issue so check if necessary when applying. Visa prices vary. Americans pay the most for their visa whilst Japanese get theirs free! Visa extensions and reentry stamps used to almost impossible to obtain however the process has become remarkably easier in the last few years. Gilgit DC is a good place to try. Some country’s embassies will need a letter of invitation from a trekking company or similar when applying for a visa.

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