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Nowruz Celebrations A Persian New Year

It marks the start of spring across large part of Northern parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Central Asia and Middle East.

Nowruz Celebrations A Persian New Year

USD500 per person

What is Nowruz Celebrations?

It marks the start of spring across large part of Northern parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Central Asia and Middle East.

The Nowruz event is often associated with the Iran, Afghans, central Asia, Turkey and Pakistan celebrated on March 21, every year. Nowruz and the feasts that accompany it are an important cultural and social link to Central, South Asia, and Middle East. On this occasion traditional meals cooked, dessert prepared with symbolic dried fruits and milks. The event provides opportunities to families, friends, neighbors and relatives to visit each others, eat together, gift to each other’s and recalled the memories of their late family members, friends and relatives by paying tributes to their services and wearing new cloths, complete renovation/cleaning of their houses and providing financial and social support to the most vulnerable members of the society. The event is a social and spiritual engagement for the communities and their reunion.

Their planning for Nowruz began weeks ago, and made commitments to support, help each other through collaboration and cooperation. The day before the big feast, the people cook many traditional dishes, arrange sports and picnic events. The event invites the people from other parts of the country and countries to visit Chitral and Northern area to join the people in celebrating this wonderful event.


  • Return Air Ticket (ISB_CJL_ISB)
  • Transport by Car/Jeep
  • All Meal throughout the tour. (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  • Garamchashma Visit (Hot Spring)Kalash Valley Visit
  • 03-Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • 01-Night Homestay
  • Entrance fees, taxes and service charges
  • English Speaking Guide Services


USD 500.00/per person/based on twin sharing.

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  • Departure/Return Location
  • Departure Time
    18th March
  • Return Time
    22nd March
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  • Not Included

Tour Plan

Day 1 - 18th March

Islamabad to Chitral- by Air.

Around 1 hours 15 minutes flight.

Departs from Islamabad at 2pm and arrival 3:15pm. Meet & greet at Chitral

Airport transfer hotel. Free time in the evening, overnight at Hotel.

Day 02 - 19th March
Departure to Garumchashma or Karimabad valleys to stay with community day before the feast, participate in the event making with the families  at your guest home for the final events full day and night. The family members will also enjoy with traditional musical/culture and dance program over the night to welcome the wonderful days to come. Overnight with community.
Day 03 - 20th March
Formal celebration will start with thanks giving prays, followed by visiting each and each and every homes with blessing prays, peace and prosperity in the year to come . Relatives and friends will join each other’s and eat specially prepared milk products or continental food. Children and women will participate in different local traditional sports and games. Young male participate in sports, game, music and dance. People also visit graveyards and offered Fatiha for the late relatives and friends. Parents/brothers visit to their married daughters with gifts to recall them that they love and remember them too much. The events represent the high values and respect of the local people for each other’s and the guest who join them for celebration. Afternoon return to hotel at Chitral for overnight stay.
Day 04 - 21st March
Breakfast at Hotel and Departure to a full day Excursion of the unique valley of Kalash. Kalash or Kalasha valleys are a wonderland for tourism: The Kalash are an indigenous people living in District Lower Chitral KP Pakistan. the Kalash hold on to their own religious beliefs, along with their own identity, way of life, and language. The Kalash people are also noted for their fair skin and blue eyes, leading to a popular hypothesis that they were of Greek origin, specifically the descendants of Alexander the Great’s soldiers who followed him on his campaign in India. They live in three specific valleys in the south of Chitral- Bumburat, Birir, and Rumbur, an estimated population of about 4000 people, which makes them the smallest minority group of Pakistan. Kalasha culture is one of the ancient and rich cultures from across the world and might be described as being of universal value, would be something which was extraordinary and unlike anything else in other parts of the world. In the Kalasha belief system, women are considered to be especially impure during menstruation and childbirth. There is a separate building for these women and it is prohibited for men to enter the area. The area is known as Bashali. Kalash women have a unique and colorful dress that serves as the most obvious symbol of identity for the Kalash community. They are fun of music and dance and both male and female celebrate the four different events together by dancing and celebrating happiness. It may be not wrong if we say that Kalash is the happiest and innocent people in the world. Evening return to Chitral for an overnight at hotel.
Day 05 - 22nd March
Breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight back to Islamabad.

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