Please share your experience travelling via local transport towards Gilgit Baltistan
1. Can anybody please share his/her experience regarding traveling via local transport towards Gilgit Baltistan like NATCO.
2. Is there local transport between Hunza and Skardu? Or which vehicle can be hired for 6 people from Hunza for Skardu. Details.
3. From Skardu traveling towards deosai, manthoka and cold desert what are transport options?
Thanks in anticipation.
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