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Heavenly ‘Camp Leo’ | A New Tourism Destination In Hopper Valley

Aftab Rana, President of Sustainable Tourism Foundation announced the opening of a new tourist destination in the mountains of Pakistan.  Its name is Camp Leo and it is exclusively designed for tourists who are interested in nature exploration.  At the elevation of 9000 feet, Camp Leo is a gateway to serenity located in the beautiful valley of Hopper in District Nagar of Gilgit-Baltistan.

Mr. Rana informed that Camp Leo offers one of the most comfortable camping experiences to people who would like to experience the true feeling of the great natural landscape of the highlands of northern Pakistan. Situated just one hour’s drive away from Hunza, this luxury camp in Hoper Valley is located at the most scenic and serene location of this region. Camp Leo is dedicated to providing you best experience of camping through its trained and hospitable staff and high-quality services. The young and energetic team of Camp Leo ensures that you have the best time of your life.

Surrounded by the lush green valley of Hoper, Camp Leo is an ideal place where you can sit, relax and enjoy the peacefulness around you. You have easy access to the naturally beautiful sounds of birds chirping in the mountains, a view of glaciers and snow-covered peaks, and a clear sky. The night at the camp offers you a breathtaking view with stars shining over your head and a bonfire that lights up your life and clears your thoughts. A perfect substitute for hotels which offer just stay but we offer you a memorial and unforgettable experience.

Mr. Rana informed that it is a community-based ecotourism initiative under the patronage of the Pakistan Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Program. Snow Leopard Foundation and Sustainable Tourism Foundation Pakistan are working together to make it a model ecotourism project which will be later replicated in other mountain valleys of Pakistan. All the income from this venture will be spent on the welfare of the local community and nature conservation initiatives.

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