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World's Highest Biologically Active Lake in Pakistan. This lake is world's 32nd highest but none in 31 are supporting life except this "Qurambar Lake"

World’s Highest Biologically Active Lake in Pakistan. This lake is world’s 32nd highest but none in 31 are supporting life except this “Qurambar Lake”

The Lowest altitudinal point in Pakistan is the coastline which is 1100 kms long and runs from Sir-Creek, Sindh to Jiwani, Balochistan.

The Lowest point in Pakistan is the coastline which is 1100 km long and runs from Sir-Creek, Sindh to Jiwani, Balochistan.

Imagine a place which has world’s 2nd highest mountain K2, the unique and precious biodiversity. From permanent snow bound areas of Skardu to lush green valleys, from mighty mountain ranges of Karakorams and Himalayas to the rocky landscapes of Balochistan and from sizzling hot deserts of Cholistan to the coastal areas of Makran coast.

However, unfortunately, majority of Pakistani people are neither aware of the importance of biodiversity and its significance impact on human life, nor are they concerned about the continuous phenomenon of habitat destruction, and decline in population of a number of wildlife species due to uncontrolled / illegal hunting, habitat destruction and lack of general information about the important wildlife areas and species.

Travelpak is committed to unfold the hidden treasures of nature to the rest of the world by joining hands with the most experienced people on ground. Whereever you want to travel in Pakistan, Travelpak is the only tour operating company which provides customized travel experience.

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A Young boy at Chuinj

A Young boy at Chuinj

It does happen sometimes that you encounter somebody and your subconscious makes you feel that you have seen or met this person before and this is what happened with me on this journey. This wild soul is from a GUjjar family who is living on these highest pastures since decades and doing their business of rearing the cattle and goats and then sell them in the market. Some are resident here and some  families make this journey two times a year.

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After a long walk from Teer-e-Das to Qurambar Lake, everybody was tired enough to walk even a step more. The team members started pitching their tents soon after we reached there but I was walking on the ridge, thinking of the shot that I perceived a year ago. The altitude, lack of oxygen, minus temperature and extreme headaches but I had to take one good shot of the last light rays over the Qurambar Lake

07/21/2011 07:49:43
July 21, 2011
Qurambar Lake, Gilgit-Baltistan

Afterglow at Qurambar

Afterglow at Qurambar

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