Nanga Parbat Fairy Meadows Trek 2020

Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain in the world at 8,126 metres (26,660 ft) above sea level. Nanga Parbat is the western anchor of the Himalayas. The name Nanga Parbat is derived from the Sanskrit words Nanga and Parvata which together mean “Naked Mountain. The mountain is locally known by its Tibetan name Diamer or Deo Mir, meaning “huge mountain”.

Fairy Meadow is lush green plateau situated in the foot gin of Nanga Parbat at the Western edge of the Himalayan Range. The name Fairy Meadows is part of the legend that Fairies have their heaven on this lush green plateau. This legendry name Fairy Meadows is everlasting gift of the western tourist to the local people. Fairy Meadow offers superb views of the Nanga Parbat (8,125 m) the highest mountain in Pakistan in Himalayas. (9th highest in the world)


EVENT DATE: 01-08Aug2020


  • 09Pax and Above: SGD1425/Pax
  • 04-08Pax: SGD1525/Pax

*Single Supplement: SGD250/Pax additional

Itinerary Highlights:

  • Day-01 Welcome at Islamabad
  • Day-02 Drive from Islamabad to Chilas
  • Day-03 Chilas to Tato & Fairy Meadows
  • Day-04 Excursion to Nanga Parbat BC & Beyal
  • Day-05 Excursion to Jiliper Peak & Fairy Meadows
  • Day-06 Fairy Meadows to Naran
  • Day-07 Drive from Naranto Islamabad 239 km
  • Day-08 Fly Back Home

Detailed Itinerary:

Day-01 Welcome at Islamabad

Welcome at Islamabad airport, and transfer to hotel.

Afternoon proceed for city tour of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, which includes famous Faisal Mosque, Shakar Parian, Pakistan monument, DamenKoh, Lok, Versa, and Museum.

Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan and the ninth largest city in the country. Located within the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), the population of the city has grown from 100,000 in 1951 to 1.43 million as of 2017. The greater Islamabad-Rawalpindi Metropolitan Area is the third largest conurbation in Pakistan with a population of over 3.13 million inhabitants. Islamabad is a modern city located in the Pothohar Plateau in the northeastern part of the country, within the Islamabad Capital Territory. The region has historically been a part of the crossroads of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with Margalla pass acting as the gateway between the two regions. The city was built during the 1960s to replace Karachi as Pakistan’s capital.

Rawalpindi is a lively, bustling city with the crowded streets and colorful bazaars, thorough it lacks the grand monuments; nonetheless, the bazaar should appeal to anyone with the desire to see the real Pakistan. The buzzing Rajah Bazaar is a kaleidoscope of people and merchandise spreading in every direction from chaotic Fowara Chowk. You could spend hours exploring the colorful, crowded streets and buy anything from batteries to a new set of teeth. Dotted around are crumbling stone towers marking old Hindu temples.

Day-02 Drive from Islamabad to Chilas  

Drive to Naran 6/7 hours (279.2 km) via Mansehra- Naran-Jalkhad. After lunch continue drive to Chilas 3-4 hours (113.3 km) via Babusar Pass 4173m).

Naran valley is the most beautiful & picturesque valley. That’s why it is called virtual paradise, unbelievably in pristine state and still unspoiled by the human. You’ll find the Himalayan peaks hidden with clouds or snow, somewhere you’ll find the beautiful fairy tale lakes, which will attract you toward them, and you might decide not to leave this at any cost. Where Kaghan is full of scenic beauty there it is full of thrill and excitement for the mountaineers and treks.

Naran Valley is a 155 Kms long scenic wonderland. Lofty peaks crown the mountains ranges on either side like turrets, ranging in height from 12,000 to 17,000 ft and more, with the eastern range higher than the western. The bed of valley slopes up from 3,000 ft at Balakot, which, as it were, the gateway of the valley, to 12,000 ft at Gittdas beyond which the valley crosses at Babusar Pass 14,000 ft. The first ten miles or so are largely barren, but when the valley raises to about 5,000 ft forests of pine and fir appear, densely overgrown with a variety of plants, which has won for Kaghan the epithets of ‘the botanists paradise’. The forests continue till about Naran 8,000 ft.

Babusar Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.173 m (13,691 ft) above the sea level. The pass is the highest point in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. The pass connects the Kaghan Valley via the ThakNala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway. It’s one of the famous hair pinned roads in the world.

Day-03 Chilas to Tato & Fairy Meadows     

Drive to Raikot Bridge 78 km, 1 hour, Jeep transfer to Tato village 1hour and trek to Fairy Meadows 2-3 hours, 5.5 km, 640m ascent, Altitude 3306m (have a Spectacular view of Nanga Parbat 8125m). Overnight in huts

Fairy Meadow is a lush green plateau, at 3300 m, offering a breath-taking view of Majestic Nanga Parbat (The Sleeping Beauty). Many people have called it the “Heaven on Earth”. These lush green meadows and forests lie at the base of Nanga Parbat at the western edge of the Himalayan range in Pakistan. Fairy Meadows is a very peaceful and relaxing place to enjoy the mountain atmosphere and hospitality of the local people. The name Fairy Meadows is part of the legend that Fairies have their heaven on this lush green plateau. Hermann Buhl, the Austrian climber who made the first ascent of Nanga Parbat in 1953, named it Fairy Meadow due to its Wonderful scenery. It is about 540 km drive through Karakorum Highway, from Islamabad to Raikot Bridge (1400 m). Where local Jeeps will take you up to the Tato village, it is one and half hour exciting drive from Raikot Bridge to the last village of Tato (2900 m). Crossing through the most impressive view of Karakorum Highway & River Indus. On arrival at Tato village, it starts trekking on very easy and simple route to Fairy meadows.

Day-04 Excursion to Nanga Parbat BC & Beyal

Full day excursion to Nanga Parbat base camp, Altitude 3967m, 467m ascent, 467m descent, and trek back to Beyal Camp. (Enjoy and capture the panoramic views of Nanga Parbat 8126m, Raikot Peak, Chongra-I and Ganalo Peak.

Nanga Parbat (literally, Naked Mountain) or sleeping beauty is the ninth highest mountain in the world. It is the western anchor of the Himalayas around which the Indus River skirts before it debouches into the plains of Pakistan. It is located in the Diamir district of Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan. Nanga Parbat is one of the eight-thousand, with a summit elevation of 8,126 meters (26,660 ft). An immense, dramatic peak rising far above its surrounding terrain, Nanga Parbat is also a notoriously difficult climb. Numerous mountaineering deaths in the mid and early 20th century lent it the nickname “Killer Mountain”. Along with K2, it has never been climbed in winter. Nanga Parbat has three faces, Raikot, Diamir and Rupal face. 

Day-05 Excursion to Jiliper Peak & Fairy Meadows

Full day excursion to Jiliper Peak base camp, evening trek back to Fairy Meadows. Here you have a closeup view of Ganalo Peak and panoramic views of other peaks of Nanga Parbat including the main Peak Nanga Parbat. Overnight in Huts.

Day-06 Fairy Meadows to Naran

Trek down to Tato village 2-3 hours and drive by jeeps to Raikot bridge and continue drive to Naran 3-4 hours via Babusar Pass,

Babusar Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.173 m (13,691 ft) above the sea level. The pass is the highest point in the Kaghan Valley, Pakistan. The pass connects the Kaghan Valley via the Thak Nala with Chilas on the Karakoram Highway. It’s one of the famous hair pinned roads in the world.

Day-07 Drive from Naranto Islamabad 239 km

Dive to Islamabad 239 km (6-7 hours), en route visit Taxila. Overnight at hotel

Taxila: Most of the archaeological sites of Taxila (600 BC to 500 AD) are located around Taxila museum. For over one thousand-year Taxila remained famous as a center of learning Gandhara art of sculpture, architecture, education and Buddhism in the days of Buddhist glory. There are over 50 archaeological sites scattered in a radius of 30 km around Taxila. In Taxila visit archaeological sites of Jaulian, Mohra Moradu and Sirkap. Later visit.

Taxila museum: A museum comprising various sections with rich archaeological finds of Taxila. It is one of the best and well-maintained site museums of Pakistan.

Taxila is one of the most important archeological sites in the world. It is a city that is very well known for having strong ties and being the center of Buddhism in the country. Many statues of Buddha depicting the various stages of his life have been excavated and are currently present both at the Taxila museum as well as various stupas in the city however the best of these statues have been taken abroad and are displayed in museums there.

There are 5 small stupas in the city. The first one being the Dharmarajika stupa, which is locate two miles from Taxila museum. Then is the Glen of Giri, which is about three-and-half miles from Dharmarajika stupa, this is atop the highest peak of the range of hills are two stupas and a fortress built in a cleft near a spring of pure, sweet water. Jaulian is another marvelous complex of chapels, stupas and a monastery with assembly hall, store rooms, refectory, kitchen and bathrooms still very well preserved. Two miles west of Jaulian is another well-preserved monastery at Mohra Moradu. In one of the monk’s cells here there was found a stupa with almost all the details intact. At Jandial, a mile-and-a-half from Sirsukh, is an image-less temple in the classic Greek style, with sandstone columns and cornices.

Day-08 Fly Back Home 

Transfer to Islamabad airport for return flight.


1) Accommodation & Meals

Accommodation will be provided based on following hotels sharing twin occupancy.

Note: Alternate accommodation will be provided if rooms in above mentioned hotels are not available.

2) Transportation

3) Porterage

Required porters (Fairy Meadows Nanga Parbat Trek)

Member personal baggage during trekking 15 kg per person

4) Tour Guide

Professional English-Speaking Guide

Assistant guide as per group size

5)Visa for Pakistan

Hunza Guides issue following visa documents to our participants for obtaining visa for Pakistan.

1. Visa invitation letter

2. Attested sketch Itinerary

3. Attested passport details

4. Hotel Reservation

5. Hunza Guides license copy

6. Hunza Guides registration copy

7. Tax certificate

8. Pakistan Association of Tour Operators Certificate

9. Hunza Guides owner passport copy and NIC Card.

6) Taxes and Fees

Road taxes, Taxila museum, Historical sites etc.


Below mentioned services are not included in our package,

International air ticket & airport taxes.

Visa fee for Pakistan & personal insurance of the clients.

Tips for drivers, porters and staff

Helicopter charges in case of use for rescue

Transfers to and from airports for participants making individual air arrangements

Optional excursions or deviations from the scheduled tour

Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,

Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely

Any other service that is not mentioned in the list above.

If group splits due to personal reasons, the cost will be charged additionally.

Extra hotel nights (if any) will be charged to trekking members.

Any extra cost due to road blockade or any other unforeseen reason will be charged in addition to normal package offer.

If government imposes a fee or new condition resulting extra charges (after the package is submitted) the same will be charged in addition to normal package offer.

 Required personal equipment

Clients are requested to bring their own personal equipment i.e. trekking shoes, down field sleeping bag, walking sticks, down jacket, trousers, pullover, raincoat, water bottle, sun cap, sun glasses, joggers, light cloths and shorts etc.

First Aid kit

Clients are requested to bring their own first aid kit or you may buy first aid kit in Islamabad from D-Watson and Shaheen medical stores.

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