The Deosai Plains lie between the Indus River and the southern extension of the Himalayan Range, whose most famous peak is NangaParbat(8125m). At an average height of 3800m, the undulating, green, flower-filled meadows are surrounded by snow capped peaks and the drive through these plains is a soul stirring experience. Deosai National Park is at an average elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 ft) above the sea level, making the Deosai Plains the second highest plateau in the world, after the adjacent Tibetan Plateau. The park protects an area of 3,000 square kilometers (1,200 sq mi). It is well known for its rich flora and fauna of the Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe ecoregion. In the spring season it is covered by sweeps wildflowers and a widevariety of butterflies.
Access to Deosai Plains:
The Deosai Plains and Deosai National Parkcan be accessed via two routes. One is through Skardu City and the second through Astore District .The road from Astore starts from Chilum, continues through the plains and is asphalt road till the main lake before climbing to Deosai. The route from Skardu is via an unpaved road which can be hiked in two days. By jeep it is only a matter of hours. Deosai Lake is located in Gilgit-Baltistan. The beauty of Himalayas is visible every where around Deosai.
|Day 01||Receive from Islamabad airport and transfer to the hotel.|
|Day 02||Drive to Raikot Bridge and onward Tato village.|
|Day 03||Drive to Fairy Meadows.|
|Day 04||Free Day at Fairy Meadows.|
|Day 05||Drive to Beyal|
|Day 06||Drive to Astore Rama Lake|
|Day 07-08||Drive to Deosai Plains|
|Day 09||Drive to Shigir Khapulo|
|Day 10||Drive back to Skardu|
|Day 11||Drive to Islamabad|