From boating in the azure blue Attabad Lake in Hunza to catching the freshwater trouts of Naran; from camping in the cold deserts of Skardu to the bitter-cold base of Nanga Parbat, Pakistan is a traveler’s dream.
However, these places are only the highlights – the crescendos in a veritable symphony. What about the rest of it? The places off the beaten path? The unexplored beauty of green valleys, gorgeous meadows, and crystal-clear streams?
Pakistan ka Plus Season (PKP) 3.0 will walk you through Pakistan’s unexplored sites while revealing their historical significance as well. New destinations, amazing shots and the stories behind the hidden travel gems of Pakistan – what more could you need?
PKP 3.0’s first episode takes us to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) to explore Kumrat Valley which is located in the Upper Dir district and is one of the most scenic valleys in Pakistan covered with green pastures, snow-clad mountains and the sweeping green of forests.
The second episode takes a turn to the Kalash Valley where we get to discover the natural beauty of the region as well as the intriguing culture of its inhabitants.
There’s more! The third episode of PKP 3.0 introduces us to the Chitral Gol National Park, which is famous for its glaciers and is host to the largest Markhor (which happens to be our national animal too!) population in the world.