Discover the breathtaking landscapes and serene beauty of “Babusar Top” in our blog. Get insights into Kaghan Valley‘s finish point, travel tips, and why it’s a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts.

Babusar Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.179m (13,710ft) above sea level located on the boundary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan provinces of Pakistan. Nestled at the highest point of scenic Khagan Valley, Babusar Top is a pristine paradise for those seeking natural beauty and tranquility. As you board any aircraft to Gilgit Baltistan, the first announcement you hear from the Captain is,” We will be flying over the scenic Khaghan Valley and cross over Babusar Pass”.

We will take you on a virtual journey, sharing the best times to visit, how to get there, and what makes this high-altitude destination so special. With its stunning vistas and serene surroundings, Babusar Top is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. Explore this hidden gem and experience the wonders of Babusar Top. Some tour tips may be helpful.

  • Best Time to visit: From May to November.
  • How to Visit: By road via Khagan Valley or Indus Valley to Chilas and then ascend to Babusa Top.
  • Special Attractions along the route: Kunar River, Naran Town, Saif ul Maluk, Soshar lake and Soki knari hydel power.
  • Health tips: The high altitude of Babusar Pass may cause some health related issues for some. So arrange for quick evacuation and lower the altitude.