Pamir Serai family

While being a guest at Pamir Serai, Haji Bibi and Alam Jan Dario’s family will take care of you. You will be also welcome by their numerous relatives living in Zood Khun. People of Chapursan Valley are kind and hospitable. Kids will never bother you. But, most of them being fluent in English, they will enjoy talking with you and introducing their village to you.

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Pamir Serai, Alam Jan Dario and his daughter.
Alam Jan Dario and one of his daughters

Alam Jan Dario, guide for now 25 years is born in Chapursan valley of Hunza in 1972. His ancestor came from Wakhan corridor 150 years before. Let him introduce himself :

« I have been in Karachi for high studies. after coming back from karachi I was school teacher for three years in my home land ZoodKhun in Chapursan valley, Hunza then I joined tourism Industry in 1992 from Skardu, Baltistan, the biggest tourist field in pakistan, as a porter.
After one year I became a trekking guide for John Mock and Kimberly O’Neil for the trekking guide book in Indukush and Karakrom.
After as a trekking guide I start exploring several of new trekking routes and high passes in Karakoran, Hindu kush and Pamir montains range »

Alam Jan speaks numerous languages. He is fluent in English. He will always enjoy chating with his guests, with a cup of tea, and talking about his beautiful region that he loves so much. If you have enough time, he will tell you some amazing stories about his adventurous no borders experience in the high mountains of Pakistan, Afghanistan or Tajikistan.

 Pamir Serai - Haji Bibi, Alam Jan Dario's wife and child
Alan Jan Dario’s wife, Haji Bibi and child – Courtesy of Katrin Beker Courte

Haji Bibi, manager of Pamir Serai, is born in a Qalender family of chapursan valley of Hunza.Her family is looking after the famous saint of Baba Ghundi in chapursan valley from two generations. and she is the first woman to give a hand in the tourism business in Chapursan Valley to her husband, Alam Jan Dario.Alam and Haji Bibi have four children: two daughters and two sons.

Late Haji Muhammad, father of Sarfraz Khan and Alam Jan Dario, established Pamir Serai guest houses in the remote Chapursan Valley of Upper Hunza.

Alam Jan’s mother lives with them.

Our Culture Our Pride!

Late Haji Muhammad, Alam Jan Dario’s father – Photo by Nadeem Khawar

Pamir Serai, Alam Jan Dario's mother

Alam Jan Dario’s mother wearing the traditional wakhi headdress 
Pamir Serai guest house, Alam Jan Dario youngest daughter
Haji Bibii & Aalam Jan’s youngest daughter goes to visit Cousins accross Zood Khun Village © Bernard Grua

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Prepare your next trip to Upper Hunza and to Chapursan Valley

Read the STORIES we collected for you about heritage, environment, tradition, myths, history of this remote and high region. Have a first look on the beauties you will discover with our IMAGE sélections. Be ready to learn on how Wakhi MUSIC and language are dynamic in Chapursan Valley thanks to their senior and also very young artists. Review the adventurous tours, PAMIR TRAILS, can offer you.

Pamir Serai guest houses home page
Pamir Serai guest houses Sost Zood Khun Baba Ghund - Alam Jan Dario
Pamir Serai and Alam Jan Dario's family testimonies
Selection of Chapursan stories by Pamir Serai
Pamir Serai selection of links to Chapursan images
Wakhi musicinas and singers from Chapursan Valley
Pamir Trails at Pamir Serai, Zood Khun Chapursan
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Pamir Serai: guesthouses in Sost and Zoodkhun (Chapursan Valley), accomodation near Baba Ghundi shrineat the bottom of Irshad Pass - Gojal, Upper Hunza, Pakistan

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