Situated in Skardu, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Karpochu, Qatal Gah, and Skardu Fort. Italian K2 Museum is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) away.
Situated in Shigar, this hotel is close to Mosques, Buddhist Ruins, and Fong Khar. Regional attractions also include Skardu Fort and Italian K2 Museum.
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Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, is 180 miles southwest of Skardu.
Spend some time discovering the beauty of the region's nature reserves. Some nearby locations are Deosai National Park (30 miles away) and Kachura Lake (16 miles away).
Learn about Skardu's culture at Italian K2 Museum.
Take a trip back in time as you wander around Skardu Fort. This historical site has plenty of tales to tell.
Curious about religion? Spend some time at Qatal Gah, a captivating holy place.
Exhausted all tourist activities in Skardu? Don't forget Karpochu.
Shigar is only 11 miles northeast of Skardu. You know what that means, right? You and your group can go and see Fong Khar and Mosques.
This area has some fun-filled activities for those who want to head outside and just do it! You can try some rock climbing or mountain climbing.
To experience the culture of Pakistan, head straight to the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and craft workshops.
If the weather is fine, take the time to investigate the region's open-air markets.
Tales from long ago spring to life when you wander through the historic sites of Pakistan. Be sure not to miss its ruins, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and archeological sites.
No matter what your beliefs, you're guaranteed to find a little serenity upon entering the mosques of Pakistan.
The cuisine here has its own aromas and flavors, so take the time to get your fill!
It's possible you haven't paid much notice to the virtues of lentils and pulses before, but you are sure to be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of your trip!
Don't depart before tasting naan (flour dough) and korma (meat).
No dining experience can be complete without dessert. Gulab jamun (deep-fried dough in sugar syrup) will surely do the job.
Not in the mood for alcohol? Sugarcane juice, is a nice alternative.
A lively day of national celebration, Republic Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It takes place on the 23rd of March.
Vacations must eventually end. However, the memories you make in this gorgeous region will last forever.
When it's time to hit the tarmac, you might like to know that Sheikh Ul Alam International Airport is about 100 miles to the southwest.