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Rush Lake Trek is a light adventure for first timers in the Karakoram Range. Rush Lake is the one of the world’s highest alpine lakes and it is Pakistan’s highest lake at an altitute of over 4,700 meters.

During the trek you will experience the gigantic views of peaks of Nagar and Hunza Valley. While trekking towards Rush lake you will cross glaciers, high meadows and terraced fields of beautiful Nagar valley. This is one amazingly refreshing journey as it offers a chance


Itinerary – Rush Lake Trek

Day 01: Islamabad/Rawalpindi
Day 02: Drive to Chilas on Karakorum highway
Day 03: Drive to Karimabad along with Hunza River
Day 04: Drive to Hopper village and Trek to Bericho Kor (3,300 m)
Day 05: Trek to Chidin Harai (4,440 m)
Day 06: Rush Lake Trek (4,694 m)
Day 07: Free day or climb Rush Peak (5,098 m)
Day 08: Trek to Phahi Phari (3,450 m)
Day 09: Trek to Hamdar (3,300 m)
Day 10: Trek down to Hopper valley and drive to Karimabad
Day 11: Free day in Hunza valley
Day 12: Drive to Besham
Day 13: Drive to Islamabad
Day 14: Transfer to Islamabad airport for international fight

Dates and Prices – Rush Lake Trek

Departures Dates Days Price per adult Group Size Status
2018 Sun 22 Jun – Sat 04 Jul 14 USD 1,890 Min: 4pax Available
2019 Sun 23 Jun – Sat 06 Jul 14 USD 1,990 Min: 4pax Available
Private Groups Choose your dates 14



USD 1,890

USD 1,740

USD 1,590

Min: 4pax

Min: 6pax

Min: 8pax



Prices for Domestic (Pakistani) Tourists

Domestic tourists should send an inquiry for prices (PKR) and itinerary as the above itinerary is designed for foreign tourists. These costs above include invitations, NOC, additional arrangements and logistics given below.

What’s Included

  • Licensed professional guide (government requirement)
  • Airport transfers on first and last day
  • All road transport in Pakistan
  • Hotel accommodation in Pakistan (twin sharing rooms)
  • Trekking accommodation in Pakistan (twin sharing tents)
  • Hotel meals in Pakistan (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Trekking meals in Pakistan (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Trekking logistics (tents, non-personal equipments and tools)
  • Support staff (cook, assistant(s) etc)
  • Porters for trekking equipments, kitchen (supplies, tools, equipments, crockery, gas) and personal luggage

What’s not included

  • Travel Insurance (recommendations only)
  • Visa to Pakistan (supporting documents offered)
  • International airfare
  • Personal equipments (list provided on registration or request)
  • Tips for guides, porters, staff etc
  • Miscellaneous (drinks, phone calls, laundry, souvenir etc)
Ready to book your spot? Please follow the instructions below:
  1. Send an inquiry requesting a spot on the fixed departures by providing your details [Full Name (as printed on passport), Nationality & Departure Date]
  2. Wait for registration form and payment options (24-72 hours)
  3. Submit your deposit (USD 750) to confirm your spot. Once payment is received, we will send you a confirmation email confirming your spot on the tour.
  4. Our representatives will guide you further regarding visa process etc. You will only start your visa application after approval from our office with supporting documents provided by us.
  5. Pay balance amount after visa approval or in some cases upon arrival in Islamabad on the first day.
  6. Book your flights after consultation with our office.


  • Our trekking holiday prices will not change once you have paid the deposit so the price when you book is the price you will pay.
  • Make your bookings early to avoid increase in holiday prices.
  • Separate hotel rooms (single supplement) will cost additional 290 US Dollars. This includes all hotel nights. This payment should be made with the balance amount.
  • Separate tent (single tent) will cost additional 120 US Dollars. This includes cost of additional porterage. This payment should be made with the balance amount.


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