Pakistan - Mudita Adventures
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August 4 - August 13 2022


From: $2,399.00


This is going to be your trip of a lifetime – explore the untouched nature, meet one of the friendliest people on earth, and learn about the traditional life along the borders. Mudita Adventures is partnering with a local NGO in the city of Sialkot where we will help install water pumps and toilets for the villagers to live in hygienic conditions and maintain a safer lifestyle.

10 days
Adventure Level
  • Arrival City
  • Departure City
  • Included
    Karakoram Highway
    All Domestic Transportation
    Borith Lake
    Experienced Guide 24/7
    Islamabad City Tour
    Mudita T-shirt
    Domestic flights
    Airport Transfers
    All Accommodation
    Project Donation
    Gilgit bridge Visit
  • Not Included
    Lunch and Dinner
    International Airfare
    Travel Insurance
  • Get ready to work hard with our partner community Sialkot as we install water pumps, toilets and donate school supplies.
  • Hike with us in Kashmir, in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’s most northern territory
  • Spot the world’s most dangerous, and 2nd highest mountain, K2 as it borders Tibet.
  • Explore Pakistan’s Lahore in all its beautiful culture and chaos.
  • Retrace the steps of the ancient ‘silk route’ as it makes its way through the Pakistani Kashmir and the Himalayas.
Our partner community in Pakistan is about 2 hours North of Lahore, in an impoverished region of Sialkot. After discussing with their leaders and elders due to various outbreaks, they’ve decided both water pumps and toilets in the village areas are their pressing concern. We’re aware that perhaps this isn’t the attractive prospect of a classroom but it’s absolutely vital to the progress of the community on so many levels, hygiene first of foremost, but also to allow women to wash safely and in private and of course to enable families to maintain a certain level of dignity. With that in mind, we are building 10 Public Toilets in different villages in the City of Sialkot . Along with 10 villages obtaining new water pumps. Around the world, children from infancy to five years of age have the highest mortality rate due to water-borne diseases, with the equivalent  of nine busloads of kindergarten children dying every day in Pakistan. It doesn’t need to happen. It shouldn’t happen any more. When people don’t have access to clean, potable water, they experience a lack of education, jobs, and opportunities. This forms a vicious cycle that perpetuates poverty. So our GBGA team have stepped in to fund and install water pumps in 10 different locations. Finally, the community has asked to help at the local school. There are a group of kids who study every day, but are struggling with the means of education. No school bags, no pencils, no pens, so our volunteers will spend the morning at the school, replenishing the school and the kids with everything they need to continue their studies.

Day 1

Arrive in Lahore anytime today, we’ll have your airport transfers organized and you’ll be brought straight to the hotel. We have an evening briefing for the group to hear about the adventure that lies ahead, then a group dinner in a rooftop restaurant overlooking the city.

Day 2

Time to explore Pakistan. We have a 2-hour drive to our partner community, but try not to nap. If this is your first time to Pakistan, the sights, and sounds from the drive will be something you never forgot. When we reach Sialkot, we’ll take a tour of the community and tea with the elders before a briefing from your project coordinator about the work to be carried out and start getting our hands dirty.

Day 3

Our goal is to install 8 toilets and 8 water pumps, we’ll be focused on installing, constructing the walls, and painting the bricks.  Depending on how much work the locals have managed to accomplish, we may be working pretty hard the next couple of days! Hope you don’t mind getting your clothes a little roughed up, time to get to it, people!

Day 4

This morning we’ll have a little ceremony, tour the community, donate what they’ve requested and hopefully have a little time for a mini sports day! That evening we make our way back to Lahore for the fun to really begin.

Day 5

Explore Lahore, Pakistan’s cultural capital and second-largest city with us. From the delicious local food, the spectacular to the famous Badshahi Mosque, not without a stop at Lahore Fort. Lahore as you never thought it could be.

If our local coordinator can source a non-local declaration, we may even try Pakistani beers from the Murree Brewery. Leave it with us!


Day 6

Off to the airport, awe-inspiring Kashmir awaits. We’re proud to be the only company in the world to offer these crazy adventure tours with a social conscience and to have the opportunity to visit Kashmir is one of those adventures indeed. We’ll fly into the heart of Gilgit Baltistan, and the next 5 days we’ll be lost amidst the snow-capped Himalayas as we hike, and drive through the Hunza Valleys, just off the Karakoram highway.

Day 7

We’ll begin our scenery feast as we wind our way through the mountains toward Hunza Valeey down the Karakoram highway. Three of the world’s longest glaciers in the region, so we’ll check one of them before home along with the epic Borith Lake. Surrounded in 6000m peaks, the landscape is breathtaking.

Day 8

Deep in the mountainous area of Hunza, where the fair-skinned and light-eyed Hunzakuts claim to be descendants of soldiers lost from Alexander’s army as he invaded India. Hunza Valley is the inspiration for the mythical valley of Shangri-la in James Hilton’s 1933 novel Lost Horizon and time permitting, we’ll get to see spectacular Rakaposhi pass and the ancient Baltit fort.

Day 9

We’ll slowly make out way back to explore the Gilgit area today, checking out the Kargah Buddha, the Gilgit bridge (hope you’re not scared of heights, the largest suspension bridge in Asia!) over the fast-flowing Gilgit river, at the end of its traditional bazaar and Monument of Taj Mughal.

Day 10

We’ll have brekkie together at the hotel, and then back to Gilgit airport, for our transfer back to Lahore, where officially wrap up this trip and get our connecting flights out of Lahore anytime this afternoon. We'll catch you on the next Mudita Adventure!