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Kalash Festival

Price $2300 14 Days 13 Nights
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Kalash Festival

$2300 per person

The culture of the Kalash people is unique and differs in many ways from the many contemporary Islamic ethnic groups surrounding them in northwestern part of Pakistan. They are polytheists and nature plays a highly significant and spiritual role in their daily life. As part of their religious tradition, sacrifices are offered and festivals held to give thanks for the abundant resources of their three valleys. Kalasha Desh (the three Kalash valleys) is made up of two distinct cultural areas, the valleys of Rumbur and Bumburet forming one, and Birir Valley the other; Birir Valley being the more traditional of the two

The three main festivals of the Kalash are the Chilam Joshi in middle of May, the Utchal in autumn, and the Chaumos in midwinter.

14 Days 13 Nights
20+ Age
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
  • Included
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    All Museum Tickets
    Altitude: Min :
    Best Time:
    Typical Souvenir
Joshi or Chilim Jusht
The spring festival is celberated from May 13 -16 every year .The festival seeks the blessings of gods and goddesses for the safety of the herds and crops of the kalash community.
The summer festival is celebrated from August 18-21 every year. The festival commemorates the summer season and the abundance of dairy products in the summer pastures.
The winter festival is celebrated from December 8-21 every year. This is the most important kalash festival .New cloths are arranges for each family member on the eve of the festival. The pastoral god Sorizan protects the herds in Fall and Winter and is thanked at the winter festival, while Goshidai does so until the Pul festival (pũ. from *pūrṇa, full moon in Sept.) and is thanked at the Joshi (joṣi, žōši) festival in spring. Joshi is celebrated at the end of May each year. The first day of Joshi is "Milk Day", on which the Kalash offer libations of milk that have been saved for ten days prior to the festival
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