Don’t tell me if you are a traveling insect and Pakistan is not in your bucket list. How is this possible? Pakistan is one of the most sensational places to hang your hat in, indubitably. Hospitable people, rich culture, tantalizing street food, lush green forests, picturesque snow-capped Mountains and so on. That’s what Pakistan is all about.
The dish which has so popular in Afghanistan that it is considered as a national dish of the country. Emerging from Afghanistan, this dish is also popular among the Pashtun people of Pakistan. Kabuli Pulao is a rice dish consisting of steamed rice mixed with raisins, carrots, and lamb. This dish may be made with lamb, chicken, or beef & maybe decorated with raisins, orange peel strips, and chopped nuts like pistachios or almonds.
Trek to Karambar Lake is a must in the bucket list of an adventure lover. Trek difficulty level is EASY but involves multiple hours trekking so prior trekking experience will be preferable. The trek is one of the most diverse treks in northern areas of Pakistan and has many entry and exit points to the lake. It is also one of the most beautiful treks. Karambar lake lies on the boundary of Broghil valley in Chitral and Ishkoman valley in Gilgit Baltistan. The easy and shortest route to Karambar lake is from Chitral side (via Mastuj, Broghil valley). It took us 11 days for the round trip from Islamabad with spending two nights at the lake.