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About Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Gilgit-Baltistan is a disputed administrative territory in the northernmost part of Pakistan. The territory of Gilgit-Baltistan is internationally disputed by Pakistan and India, with both claiming the territory as part of their respective countries. The territory has an estimated population of 1.8 million people (2008 est.) with an area of 72,971 square kilometres. The people of Gilgit-Baltistan are not officially Pakistanis because of the territorial dispute, but are self-governing. The capital of the territory is in Gilgit and is divided into divisions: Gilgit (Gilgit, Diamer, Ghizer, Astore, Hunza-Nagar districts) and Baltistan (Ghanche, Shigar, Kharmang, and Skardu districts). Tourism is the mainstay of the territory’s economy.
Hotels in Gilgit-Baltistan Territory
The best hotels in the Gilgit-Baltistan Territory are available for booking on Jovago.net. Book any of these hotels in Gilgit-Baltistan now and enjoy the sight of those amazing mountain peaks that nature blessed the territory with. Some of the good options available are Riveria Hotel, Hill Top Hotel, Diran Guesthouse and Hotel DewaneKhas Skardu in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Tourism in the Gilgit-Baltistan Territory
The territory is highly mountainous and is home to five of the 8,000-metres mountain peaks in the world and has about fifty peaks above 7,000metres. The mountain ranges in the region, including the Karakoram (famous for the K2 Mountain Peak) and the Western Himalayas, are a favourite for mountain adventurers. The territory is also home to three of the world’s longest glaciers outside the Antarctica continent. The territory is also home to the Deosai Plains (Deosai National Park), which is the second highest plateau in the world. The territory is also famous for its numerous high-altitude lakes. Other points of interest in Gilgit-Baltistan include the Machiara National Park, the Nanga Parbat peak, the K2 peak, and the Khunjerab National Park.
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