• Overview
  • Itinerary

Located approximately 32 kilometers southwest of Skardu, the enchanting Deosai plateau can be easily accessed via the scenic route that traverses Satpara Lake and the surrounding village. Standing at an average elevation of around 3,500 meters (11,660 feet), this captivating plateau spans an impressive 70 kilometers, serving as a vital link connecting Baltistan with the Astore District.

Renowned for its natural splendor, Deosai has been designated as a National Park, safeguarding its diverse ecosystem and providing a sanctuary for various species of wildlife. Notably, the plateau is home to the majestic Himalayan Brown Bears, along with jackals, wolves, and a rich assortment of other wildlife.

For the majority of the year, Deosai remains cloaked in a pristine white blanket of snow, lasting a remarkable seven months. However, with the arrival of spring, a truly awe-inspiring transformation unfolds. The landscape bursts forth in vibrant hues of green, as vast stretches of meadows and valleys are carpeted with an array of wildflowers, creating a breathtaking spectacle. Crystal-clear streams meander gracefully through the terrain, originating from different valleys and framed by the majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks. In this season, the views offered by Deosai plateau are nothing short of extraordinary, leaving visitors in awe of its natural grandeur.

DAY 01 Drive to Naran, transfer to the hotel.
DAY 02 Excursion to Saif-ul-Maluk.
DAY 03 Drive through Babusar Pass to Chilas.
DAY 04 Drive to Rama.
DAY 05 Drive across Deosai and continue to Shigar.
DAY 06 Excursion to Katchura lake and visit Shigar village.
DAY 07 Drive to Khaplu
DAY 08 Drive to Chilas for overnight.
DAY 09 Drive to Islamabad