- 1 How far is Chitral from Islamabad?
- 2 Where is Chitral valley situated?
- 3 Is Chitral in Kashmir?
- 4 Is Chitral safe to visit?
- 5 How many languages are spoken in Chitral?
- 6 How far is swat from Islamabad?
- 7 How far is Chitral from Swat?
- 8 Which is the language of Chitral and Gilgit?
- 9 How do I get to Chitral?
- 10 When did Chitral became part of Pakistan?
- 11 Is Chitral part of Gilgit Baltistan?
- 12 What is chitrali?
- 13 Which part of Pakistan is dangerous?
- 14 Is Pakistan is a safe country?
- 15 Is Pakistan safe now?
How far is Chitral from Islamabad?
Islamabad To Chitral travel time Islamabad is located around 264 KM away from Chitral so if you travel at the consistent speed of 50 KM per hour you can reach Chitral in 8 hours and 39 minutes.
Where is Chitral valley situated?
Chitral is the most beautiful and peaceful district of Pakistan situated at the North most in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. It shares a border with Gilgit-Baltistan to the east, with Afghanistan to the north and west, and with the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa districts of Swat and Dir to the south.
Is Chitral in Kashmir?
Chitral was, in fact, a suzerain and many of its territories directly ruled by Kashmir. No one objects to the mention of Chitral as part of Pakistan territory.
Is Chitral safe to visit?
Hi, it certainly safe to visit Chitral as the people in Chitral are peaceful by nature. They are helpful and hospitable. You can not come by road as the Lowari pass is closed due to heavy snow and the breakthrough at the tunnel has been acheived but it is still not allowed for general transportaion of commuters.
How many languages are spoken in Chitral?
There are 12 languages are spoken in various parts of Chitral Valley. Some of these languages are indigenous to the valley while the speakers of others emigrated to the valley from neighbouring areas and counties.
How far is swat from Islamabad?
The distance between Islamabad and Swat is 1171 km.
How far is Chitral from Swat?
Distance between Swat and Chitral. It takes 5 hours, 20 minutes to travel from Swat to Chitral. Approximate driving distance between Swat and Chitral is 267 kms or 165.9 miles or 144.2 nautical miles.
Which is the language of Chitral and Gilgit?
Khowar is the major language spoken in Chitral. It is perhaps the second largest Dardic language in Pakistan. It is also spoken in certain villages and valleys in the Ghizer district of Gilgit Baltistan.
How do I get to Chitral?
You can get to Chitral from Peshawar or Swat via Dir thru the Lowari tunnel. From Gilgit you can get a Jeep to take you to Phander (Below Shandur Pass ) You must overnight at pHANDAR ptdc Motel and Phandar guest house and later continue to Chitral next day.
When did Chitral became part of Pakistan?
It was a princely state in 1947, which acceded to Pakistan in that year.
Is Chitral part of Gilgit Baltistan?
Chitral shares much of its history and culture with the neighboring Hindu-Kush territories of Gilgit – Baltistan, a region sometimes called “Peristan” because of the common belief in fairies (peri) inhabiting the high mountains.
What is chitrali?
1a: a people living on the slopes of the Hindu Kush, Afghanistan. b: a member of such people. 2: the language of the Chitrali people.
Which part of Pakistan is dangerous?
Balochistan. Bordering Iran and Afghanistan, the mainly deserted southwestern province of Pakistan is the most dangerous and unstable region in the country, the main reason being the fact that the border with Afghanistan is out of control, hence many Taliban cross it freely.
Is Pakistan is a safe country?
Pakistan is currently in a general state of unrest, and many government travel advisories recommend reconsidering your need to travel to Pakistan, as the risk of violence and terrorism is high. There are certain areas you are advised not to travel to under any circumstances at all.
Is Pakistan safe now?
If you want to travel to Pakistan, Pakistan is currently safe for travelers of all genders. There are still security issues in more remote areas of the country, but after years of struggle with violence and terrorism, many places in Pakistan are now safe for locals and foreigners alike. In short: yes, Pakistan is safe.