CEP - Trekking, Tours & Expeditions in Pakistan...
"Concordia Expeditions Pakistan was established in 1992, to promote and uplift the standards of services of mountaineering, trekking and tour groups. Now CEP has emerged as a leading tour operator in Pakistan.
CEP has specialized, dedicated professionals and explorers, and have an emphasis to offer highest quality and wide range services to mountaineering expeditions, trekking, hunting, cultural, mountain bike, jeep safari, archaeological and small group tours in Pakistan.
Concordia Expeditions Pakistan has an extensive range of adventure tours services in some of the most exotic and majestic areas in Pakistan. It is our privilege to lead and support trekkers, climbers and tours oriented seekers in Gilgit - Baltistan (Karakorum, Hindukush and Himalaya) for more then twenty years. Besides routine trips we also have emphasis to exploring hidden delights, unseen, untouched, unique scenery, wild life, adventure and culture. We are big enough to offer professional services and to care every passenger carried, plus we have modern vehicles, professional guides, premium camping equipment and accommodations.
We welcome all to join us in exploring the spectacular and fascinating landscapes of Pakistan and the hospitality of our tradition.
The society and culture of Pakistan comprises numerous diverse cultures and ethnic groups: the Punjabis, Kashmiris, Sindhis in east, Muhajirs, Makrani in the south; Baloch and Pashtun in the west; and the ancient Dardic, Wakhi, and Burusho communities in the north.>read more
The story of Ghandara Civilization began with excavation of Taxila. It’s original name Takshahila, which was changed to Taxila by the Greeks. It was the seat of great oriental culture and learning. The greatness that glistens in it’s pristine glory centuries ago now lies buried in the extensive mounds.>read more
As it became popular, the route was used by the invaders, raiders, explorers, hunters, missionaries and philosophers. Buddhism, Islam and Christianity came to this region through theSilk Route. The road has also given mountaineers and trekkers easier access to ...>read more
“In these Himalayan Mountains is Hunza; a country slightly more than a hundred miles long and perhaps just as wide, containing approximately thirty thousand inhabitants,” writes Dr. Jay F. Hoffman, the author of the book Hunza – Secrets Of The World’s Healthiest And Oldest Living People.>read more