Govt: License No. PR 2900 
Kalash Valley Trek
The Kalash are one of the world's endangered minority communities. Kalash are only non-Muslim people living three valleys, Bumboret, Rumbur and Birir in the Hindu Kush region of Chitral. These valleys lie South and West of Chitral Town, and west of Chitral River.
Kalash people are subsistence farmers who herd goats in pastures. Villages are just above field, at the base of rocky hills. The flat-roofed houses are tightly clustered.
The Kalash follow a polytheist religion based on ancestor worship, as well as 12 gods and goddesses dominated by the main god, Mahandeo.
The Kalash celebrate four major festivals commemorating seasonal change and significant events in agro-pastoral life.
During the festivals they sacrifice animals at altars to thank gods and goddesses. This religious ritual is performed with high regards for the supernatural beings, according to the Kalash mythology.

Itinerary
Days
Activities
Overnight
1
Arrival in Islamabad. Afternoon visit to Faisal Mosque and Daman e Koh.
Hotel
2
Fly or drive to Chitral.
Hotel
3
Drive to Kalash valley, Gazkuru (2450mm). 3 Hours.
Camping
4
Trek to Bumboret over Gree Pass (3010m). 4-5 Hours.
Camping
5
Trek to Acholgah over the Pass of Bumboret (3210m) .5 Hours.
Camping
6
Trek to Rawelik (3050m). 5 hours easy trek.
Camping
7
Trek to Rumbur- Balang Kuru (2520m). 3 Hours.
Camping
8
Free day for Kalash experience and exploration and photograph.
Camping
9
Drive back to Chitral. 2 Hours.
Hotel
10
Drive back to Islamabad.
Hotel
11
Free day for shopping and sightseeing in Islamabad.
Hotel
12
Transfer to Airport and fly to home destination.

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Kalash valley
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