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Published on Monday, February 10, 2020

Intrepid Travel adds Pakistan







Intrepid Travel has introduced Pakistan as a new destination for 2020.

It has added a 17-day expedition trip from Islamabad to Lahore, through the remote reaches of the Karakoram Mountains.

"We're always looking to develop experiences that will get travellers out of their comfort zones, to break new ground and to broaden their horizons," said Tara Kennaway, senior product manager operations.


"We're excited to be providing the global community with access to Pakistan, one of the world's few countries that remain under-the-radar with tourists."

The new Pakistan Expedition costs from £2,400 per person and includes taking a 4WD to Khunjerab National Park to search for snow leopards, bears, wolves and rare Marco Polo sheep, a homestay with a local family in Gulmit and meeting with a local women's group created by the Aga Khan Foundation.

The expedition will run twice in 2020 from August 17-September 2 and September 2-18, with two additional departures scheduled in 2021.

Each trip is carbon-offset on behalf of every traveller.
 

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