Chitral valley is a town situated on the banks of chitral river in the northern Khyber Paktunkhwa. Tourists have a keen interest in valley due to its unique landscape and scenic views. The valley is surrounded by Hindu kush mountain range. The Chitral tour hold significance especially for those who are open to explore new cultures and ethos, hence the tour includes the visit to Kalash valley inhabited by unique Kalash tribesmen. The Kalash live in three valleys (Bumboret, Birir and Rumbur) by the Afghan border in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The Kalash are one of the most remarkable cultures on the planet. With a population of just over 5,000, the largest minority group in Pakistan, they are an oasis of color and warmth in stark contrast to the seemingly inhospitable land that surrounds them. Despite their isolation, or perhaps because of it, the Kalash people are welcoming to Western visitors. UNESCO listed Kalash culture as “Intangible Cultural Heritage” in November 2018. The decision was announced during the 13th session of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee meeting organised in Mauritius. . The Chitral valley tour is mainly the tour of Kalash valley as it is the main tourist attraction of Chitral valley. The overall tour is a new experience for tourists as they experience first hand interaction with well preserved old customs and cultures of Kalash tribe surrounded by mesmerizing views of mountainsides covered by rich oak trees.