Pamir Trails is a trekking and tourist company based in Zood Khun, Chapursan Valley, Gojal, Upper Hunza. It can offer you accomodation and support for your adventures with guided tours on foot, on horse or on yak and present you the Wakhi culture.
Pamir Serai from Chapursan Valley is on « Google Sites ». Actually, it should better be called « Google pages » due to the basic options offered, despite some recent improvement of this media. This is not a supplement to Pamir Serai guest house regular website or even to its light version for fast upload. This is just an opportunity for enforcing the Pamir Serai’s numerical visibility and for testing its SEO potential, especially on Google search engine. The presentation, made here, is intended to offer powerful backlinks to these new pages.
Pamir Serai guest house, in Chapursan Valley (also spelled Chipurson, Chipursan or Chapurson), is in the mountainous northern part of Pakistan, at the borders of China and Afghanistan. The homestay is in Zood Khun (Zuwud Khoon), the last village of the valley, at an altitude of 3,300 m. It is connected to Sost, on the Karakoram Highway, with a three-hours drive on a dirt road. The present document shows a list of resources for those who would like to enjoy this scenic and hospitable remote part of Upper Hunza, locally known as Gojal.
I have been impressed by the fact that the American citizen, Alex Reynolds (Lost With Purpose), was ready to « damage her business » for « telling the truth » in her video dated April 2019: « Why travel media is dangerous for Pakistan’s tourism ». More than one year after, I came to the conclusion this was not as simple and innocent as I initially believed. It resulted in a « splendid » but predatory marketing operation.
Pakistan is a new travel destination which offers fantastic opportunities for adventurous western young ladies wanting to boost their audience. However, their ascent can be as fast as their fall. The travel blogger Alex Reynolds is an example on how irresponsible travel media people can ruin the livelihood of mountain families, despite the warm welcome and the kind hosting they enjoyed in their home.