Nanga Parbat lying on the borderline between Pakistan and India is known as King of Mountains. It is the world’s 9th highest mountains with its altitude 8125m. Nanga means naked and Parbat means mountain.  The Rakhiot (Ra Kot) face is dominated by the north and south silver crags and silver plateau; the Diamir face is rocky in the beginning. It converts itself into ice fields around Nanga Parbat peak. The Rupal face is the highest precipice in the world.

It is not part of the Karakoram as it is the western extremity of the mighty Himalaya. It is separated from the Karakoram by the mighty Indus River. The first expedition to Nanga Parbat was British expedition led by A. F. Mummery in 1895 but it was first climbed in 1953 by a joint Austrian - German Expedition. Hermann Buhl made the final ascent in a tortuous 41 hours solo ordeal without oxygen. Mountaineers have tried to ascent its summit through different routes but only few lucky ones have succeeded.


Altitude:        8125 m, 26,660 feet
First ascent:
  July 3, 1953 by Hermann Buhl
Ostrich Expedition
Summits/Deaths after summit:

Death Rate after summit: 20.30 %

Facts: Nanga Parbat is known as Man eater.
It claimed 31 lives before it was conquered in 1953.Nanga Parbat’s normal route is not extremely technical, but it’s long and exposed. The mountain is infamous for bad weather and the route offers many tricky sections. It’s considered as one of the hardest peaks.


Trip 2017

Quick Look

Mountain:      Nanga Parbat

Position:         9th Highest Mountain

Country:         Pakistan

Name:             DD Trek International Nanga Parbat Expedition 2018

Arrival in Pakistan:              25-05-2017

Departure from Pakistan:    25-06-2017

Total Space:         10 Persons

Climbing Route:    Diamar face


Price:     22,500/- USD per person with Sherpa from Nepal


                 14,500/- USD per person with Sherpa from Pakistan










Arrival in Islamabad



Free day +shopping at Islamabad



Drive to Chilas (13 hours)



Drive to Halala and trek to Kachal



Trek to Zangot



Trek to Nanga Parbat Base Camp


31 -05-2017  to


Climbing Days



Trek to Ser



Trek to Bunardass and drive to Chilas



Drive from Chilas to Islamabad



Free day in Islamabad



Departure from Islamabad

On board




cost includes

Cost Includes:

1.       Nanga Parbat Climbing Permit and other required permit of both member and personnel Sherpa

2.       Liaison Officer fee

3.       1member: 1climbing Sherpa from Nepal or Pakistan

4.       Oxygen (3 cylinders to climbing member and 2 for climbing sherpa)

5.       Latest Mask Regulator Set (TopOut mask with spare incase of damage)

6.       Staff insurance (climbing Sherpa, Kitchen staff and porters)

7.        Allowance for Sherpa & other staffs

8.        Lodging & Fooding during trekking and Expedition

9.       Ac bus from Islamabad and to Islamabad

10.   Transfer in Pakistan

11.    Hotel in Pakistan on BB plan (Bed and Breakfast plan)

12.    Group Climbing gear ( rope, ice crew, snow bar, Epi gas, cooking pots and others)

13.    Tents and food in Base camp and High camps.

14.   Kitchen Staffs at Base camp

15.    Porter to BC & back

16.   Solar set at Base camp

17.   Generator (for charging high voltage electronic devices)

18.   Communication (walkieTalkie)

19.   Weather Report

20.   Satellite phone service with fixed calling charge


cost excludes

Cost Excludes:

1.        International Airfare

2.       Summit Bonus to personnel climbing Sherpa of  1000/-USD

3.        Member’s Personal climbing equipments.

4.       Personal climbing Insurance.

5.        Pakistan Visa fee

6.        Helicopter Rescue if needed

7.       Tips to Staffs if you like.




Extra Services on extra payment

1.       Sherpa from Nepal          : 10,700/-USD with full service for him 

3.       High Altitude porter from Pakistan:  5000/- USD

4.       Oxygen per bottle of 4 litres        : 500/-USD

5.       Masks Set on rent                        :350/-USD    {$800/- USD if lost)





                                                            We follow the red line


1.    Passport
2.    Money, Traveler’s Cheques and Credit cards
3.    Personal Travel Insurance

1.    Sunglass Normal-1
2.    Casual Clothing for travel and Kathmandu-1set
3.    Polypropylene shirt or T-Shirt-4-5
4.    Warm fleece inner-2
5.    Fleece jacket    -1
6.     Wind Jacket-1
7.    Down suit-1
8.    Down Jacket-1
9.    Down pant-1
10.    Light weight trouser-1
11.    Heavy weight trousers
12.    Fleece trouser-1
13.    Wind pants-1
14.    Polypropylene long Jons-1
15.    Underwear-5
16.    Light weight-1
17.    Light weight gloves-1
18.    Down Mitts-1
19.    Heavy mitts-1
20.    Ski Gloves-1
21.    Sun Hat-1
22.    Warm Hat-1
23.    Headband/buff-1
24.    Light weight walking shocks-6
25.    Climbing shocks-4
26.    Rain coat or Umbrella for trekking-1

1.    Climbing Boots-1
2.   Plastic/leather boots-1
3.    Trekking boots-1
4.    Gaiter-1

1.     Sun and-1
2.     lip care -1
3.    Personal first aid kit-1
4.    Repair kit like (needle, threat)
5.    Reading materials
6.    Diary and Writing material
7.    Camera/video camera


1.    Harness-1
2.    Unlock karabiners -3
3.    Screw/lock karabiners-3
4.    Descender/fig.8/-1
5.    Ascender/Jumor-1
6.    Tape slings-2
7.    Set prussic loops-2
8.    Ice Axe- 1
9.    Retractable poles- 1 set
10.    Crampons-1
11.    Helmet-1
12.    Head Lamp-2
13.    Batteries- 4sets/4times changeable
14.    Sunglass with UV rays protection-1
15.    Googles-1
16.    Water bottle-1
17.    Pee Bottle-1
18.    Ruck sack- 45-55ltr -1

Sleeping Bag (30°c)-1or 2
Thermarest mat-1



29/05/2017 :Our supportive team in collaboration  with the Nazir Expedition has reached to the Nanga Parbat Base camp.They are making the necessary preparations for the Expedition.

31/05/2017:The climbing member along with the team leade Mr. Mingma Gyalzen Sherpa will be reaching to the Base camp today.

11/05/2017:All the member and supporting Sherpa were half hour far from the summit but were unable to make it to the summit due to the hefty wind and the bad weather. 





Note: Itinerary can be changed as per weather conditions and clients' wish.

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