Wonderful places to go this May

The rushed up lives we were all a part of, now seem to be standing still somewhat halted because of the unusual pandemic this world has fallen prey to.  The best possible way out, in order to cope up with the uncertainty of this present time, is the act of traveling. Travelling can always be considered up as a loyal friend that happens to be your companion, every time you demand it to be so. It is an outlet for stressful and fatiguing mental and physical health. When traveled to wondrous places- give you a chance to experience what magical beauty this world acquires. Traveling, be it for an expedition or for vacations, is a very fun activity but requires some pre-planning. Doing so might be one factor that results in one’s hesitant approach towards traveling but not anymore. Because Tripkarao has finally come forward as your premium traveling partner and aims to take its valuable customers on a memorable trip this May to some wondrous places in Pakistan. 

Where traveling to, will end you up in awe with mesmeric beauty. However, it will not be limited to that only as Tripkarao has arranged some enjoyable recreational activities for you and your family. Activities like crabbing, fishing, trekking, boating, and many more are a source of joy for everyone who chooses to go on a trip with Tripkarao be it families or customized trips for individuals.  As the month of May, acts as a transitional month from spring to summer, and thus will not be wrong to be claimed as a high-temperature month. During the month of May, the places in the northern region of Pakistan are recommended to be visited, such as Gilgit. The weather of Gilgit is very pleasant at this time of the year and a trip to it acts as an outlet from hot summers, which surely adds up to the level of enjoyment for ‘You’.

Naltar Valley:

One of the famous places of Pakistan, for having the wonders of natural beauty is the Naltar Valley.  A valley that is located at the outskirts of Gilgit at a distance of 34 km from Karakoram Highway, Gilgit. The venture of going to Naltar Valley is also full of thrill and enjoyment as to a certain point the car is no longer reachable and jeeps are arranged to take the passengers up to the mesmeric Naltar Valley. Where once reached, makes the visitors be in awe with its enthralling forest, majestically shaped mountains, and entrancing running water. Despite much natural astonishment, Naltar Valley is mostly renowned for being home to three lakes- collectively known as the ‘Bashkir Lakes’. This exotic valley is always a recreational place to visit any time of the year. As the summer and spring offer the lush green forests and gardens, the crystal blue running water, and the pleasant sunny-windy weather. In winter and Autumn there are the scenic snow-peaked mountains, alluring frozen water and it becomes an enjoyable skiing spot, giving away every possible reason to visit Naltar Valley.


A place full of exquisite nature, one that is claimed to be heaven on Earth is none other than Hunza. Hunza, at an elevation of 2,438 m, lies in the Northern Gilgit Baltistan and is bordering China in the North-East. It holds a Buddhist historical significance and has many preserved archeological sites, which also contribute to making it a touristic place. There is a 100% literacy rate and the people of Hunza are very much concerned about the beauty this region acquires and make the effort to not be negligent towards preserving it. Hunza valley has beautiful meadows laden with exquisite flowers showing off several colors, a mesmeric crystal blue covering of sky, and mountains inhabited by lush green, orange, brown leafed trees. On a trip to Hunza, one feels enchanted by the beautiful surroundings he experiences and feels secluded from all the worries of life. Hunza has a vibrant landscape that is divided into three regions Upper Hunza, Central Hunza, and Lower Hunza. This land is also home to an ancient Baltit castle, ancient watchtowers, and the great Altit Fort.


Gilgit has many touristic places; topping most of them is Nagar.  Nagar is an entrancing place lying in the vicinity of enticing peaked mountains. It is situated at a height of 2,438 m and is reached when traveled on Karakoram Highway in the direction of North from the city Gilgit. Different villages underlie Nagar and two different languages-Burushashki and Shina are spoken in this region. Many famous high mountain peaks of Rakaposhi, Diran, The Golden, and Rush Peak are situated in Nagar, which add up to its beauty and reasons for visiting it. The region of Nagar has been the victim of the Anglo-Brusho War, two centuries ago, which was fought between the people of Nagar and British troops. Nagar has a dynamic landscape, as it is enveloped to several beguiling glaciers, amusing meadows, pastures, and enthralling lakes of Kachali and Rush. All of the spectacular nature confined in Nagar makes it a place worth visiting.


Khunjerab Pass is a mountain pass that is not only eminent in Pakistan but is also labeled as the highest border-crossing pass in the world. This pass is elevated at a height of 4,693 m in the Karakorum mountain ranges and is situated on the Northern border of Pakistan and the South-West border of China. The beauty of this pass lies in its location and the mesmeric sightseeing due to the altitude it attains. The word ‘Khunjerab’ has been derived from two Wakhi language words ‘Khun’ and ‘Jerab’, meaning blood and a creek originating from a spring, respectively. This Khunjerab pass also leads to a Khunjerab National Park, which is home to many exquisite animals and endangered species like snow leopards. After being constructed in 1982, the Khunjerab pass has superseded many other unpaved passes. This highest metaled border crossing in the world has resulted in the traveling route of the majority population.

Written By: Aleen Tariq