Back to Chitral

I recently had the opportunity to spend a month in Pakistan, which is something I haven’t been able to do in the past ten years.

I decided to make yet another trip to Chitral, which turned out to be a trip of a lifetime. Below, I have attached a few of my favorite pictures from the trip.

For those of you who haven’t heard about Chitral, I had written a blog post about it last year, which you can check out @

On our drive from Chitral to Mastuj

Room with a View

Kalashi Kids


One comment

  1. Is there any persecution of the Kalash due to the fact that so many of them are not Muslims? Did you get the impression that Pakistani Taliban or others affiliated with the Taliban used the area as a sanctuary or transit route?

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