Aslam-o-Alikum to Everyone.
I made and plan and shared that with you guys.
Lahore to Khunjrab Border. But after so many suggestion and recommendations I have canceled that plan which was looking so much hectic.
Here I am with another plan.. I need your help again.
Because I am pissed off right now. Don't know shit about these areas.
Now I have planned to visit (In Sha Allah) Fairy Meadows, Deosai Plains, and Skardu. For that purpose, I have done some research and prepared a plan and route map.
What I need from you guys:
Please read my plan carefully (Specially Other Info. part)
Let me know if it is feasible with all resources we have like, Budget, Available days and Transport. if Not... Then please suggest..
Please help me out to allocate the days properly and suggest where should we stay? and Also where we would be needing to hire 4 x 4.
Thank you so much in advance and Love you All. Pakistan Zindabad
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