Terms and Conditions


When should I make my booking?

As soon as you are sure which dates you wish to travel, we would advise you to make your reservation. During traditionally busy periods, we would book as early as possible. To obtain the lowest fare must be book within 14 days or more in advance.

When should I make my booking?

I am ready to book - what do I do?

  1. Full passenger name(s)
  2. Dates you wish to travel (let us know if you have any flexibility) and how long you want to stay.
  3. Contact number

Or you may visit our website www.bsahab.com

Do I have to pay in full straight away?

This depends. Some 'special offers' require payment to be made at the time of booking. Some other fares could be paid a few days after the reservation is done.

When can I cancel my reservation if I'm not traveling?

You must cancel or change your reservation at least 24 hours in advance from the date of departure.This wil include 50% cash back only.

Is it safe to travel Pakistan?

Yes, Pakistan in general and Northern Areas of Pakistan in particular is safe to travel. Pakistan always had been advertised by the media so badly that people think it is so unsafe to travel Pakistan. (It is due to political reason and secondly the fact is that, we have a long history of army rules in our country). We did not have purse snatching, street violence or any other odd in our country, particularly in Northern Pakistan.

Why we say it is safe to travel Pakistan?

In Pakistan there are thousands of Diplomats, International NGO's and Multinational organization performing their duties peacefully in the big cities and remote areas. Especially the Diplomats travel in a red plate car as per law. They are so venerable But did you heard any bad incident or news?

Can women travel alone?

Every year hundreds of women travel alone into the remote valleys of Pakistan. Many of them can be seen in the streets of Hunza, Gilgit and Baltistan. To take a safer holidays in Pakistan we advice you to wear modest dress which cover whole of their body. Secondly before starting a trek or tour with local guide in the wilderness, please report about your program to the nearest police station or to your embassy with the identity/contact of your local guide/company.

How to get information about the Weather?

The weather report can be obtained from the Local News Papers / TV Bulletins / Tele-text at the hotels. "Usually as good as one feels!" Please check.

What to bring?

Bhai sahib Transport will provide all necessary accommodation, meal and transportation requirements outlined in the specific tour itineraries (exceptions will be notified). For our trekking and climbing programs, trekkers will be requested to provide personal equipment, appropriate mountain attire and medical supplies.

Who will inform / brief the guests about their further program at the destination?

Our local agent or their representative or the guides will inform the guest's of their further program at the destinations on daily basis mostly in the evening about the next day's program.

Whether it is good and cheap to eat outside the hotel (restaurants)?

Some of the restaurants are cheaper and frequently visited by the local people. So sometimes yes, it is a good experience to eat outside the hotels and get to meet the local population.

What is the mode of payment?

We can collect the payment by bank transfers, demand drafts , cash or money orders.

Where are you based?

Check out our contact page for more.

Is your website complete?

Our website is in a constant phase of “work and progress” but all the information available during this period is correct and valid.

Who can take your tours/treks?

Our tours/treks are designed for all foreign and local tourists from all parts of the world. All age groups can take our tours and treks. For few of our strenuous treks, you must be physically fit and make inquiries to be sure whether if it suitable for all the members in your group.

Why are your treks (even tours for some) expensive?

We provide the price range for all tours and treks on our website unlike other companies and you will find that we are the most affordable and yet best in town. We have no hidden charges and our treks (even tours) are all inclusive (domestic flights, hotels, meals, camping gear, porters, guides, etc). We believe in providing and linking the best of all facilities available and therefore our prices may seem high to many. However we do design custom trips for individuals/groups with low budgets.

Do you offer group discounts?

Yes we have given price ranges for all our treks/tours for this very reason. As the number of people increase in your group, the price of a tour/trek for all individuals in a group decreases.

Do you organize the tours/treks for only the packages you have mentioned?

No, our mentioned packages are the ones based on popularity after careful filtering, considering past tourist-reviews and ratings and most tourist-friendly community locations.

What if we don’t want to share a room with a stranger?

You can have your own room but you will have to pay for the difference.

What is your refund policy?

If you cancel your participation 30 days before the trip we charge a 15% deduction, 15 days before the trip means a 35% deduction and no refunds are offered if you cancel your participation 7 days or less. These deductions do not include any bank transfer charges.


Contact our office / associates and we will look into the nature of complaint and advise you accordingly.

DO’S and don’ts


1. Pack light but smart:

Travelling, you need to be smart when you pack. You can very well survive on 2 jeans with 10 tops. Make sure you have a scarf, a beanie, a pair of gloves, 3 pairs of sock, a pair of boots and a pair of shoes, sanitary essentials and electronics like a power bank.

2. Wear clothes in layers:

Wearing thick clothes is not smart. Once the sun hits, you cannot do anything and you are stuck sweating in an uncomfortable outfit. Be smart and dressing layers, take them off when required. Simple and handy, especially if you are not used to the cold.

3. Be cash smart:

Making sure you have enough cash is necessary, but storing them is just as important. Keep your cash in different places and not in one place to avoid running out of them/ losing them.

4. Visit the Abshar Restaurants:

Travelling to northern areas and not taking out time to experience the lavish waterfalls? It’s a big no-no. A must DO while visiting these areas is to have food at the Abshar restaurants. Sitting under the waterfall, having parathas and pakoras and doodhpatti with the water passing in between your toes- an exquisite experience. E.g. Abshar Café Kiwai.


1. Avoid winters:

Although the scenic beauty is at it speak during the winters, with the peaks covered in snow and lakes of crystal clear water frozen adding to the beauty, there is a danger of landslide accident. The roads are blocked and you can get stuck for more than you planned.

2. A big no to cars:

Travelling to these areas in cars is not dangerous but impractical. Rent a four wheeler (Jeep), the drivers know their way to the lakes up top such as Lake Lulusar or Lake Saif-ul-Mulook and are trained to drive on the rough terrains. It will help you avoid accidents and will give you an entirely new and fascinating experience.

3. Do NOT spend a lot:

Travelling to north, you are travelling to experience the beauty of Mother Nature and spend time in a way you cannot back home. Therefore do not spend lavishly, stay in traditional hotels, rent an open four wheeler, stay in camps, have dhabba foods instead of ordering room service.

3. Be cash smart:

Making sure you have enough cash is necessary, but storing them is just as important. Keep your cash in different places and not in one place to avoid running out of them/ losing them.

4. Do NOT travel alone:

Travelling alone is not smart, especially to the northern areas. This is because that not only is it not safe, but extremely dangerous- you are not aware of the ways, you can be stranded in a place so up high and alone is not at all alluring or adventurous.

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