Kalash festival is celebrated by the Kalasha people. Kalasha people lives in the Kalash valley of Pakistan. Kalash valley is surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountain range. Kalash festival takes place three times a year, spring, summer and in winter. Spring festival is known as Chilam Joshi festival which starts around 13 of May. Then the second famous festival is Summer festival called Uchal festival, which starts on 20 August and the last festival of the year ends with arrival of Winter season therefore it is called winter festival or localley mus Festival, which starts on 15 December. During the festival, people drink, dance and have fun in general but they also worship their Gods and spirits at the same time, giving offerings and even sacrifices. Also, during this festival young men and women choose their future husbands and wives.
Kalash festival is observed on the below details
Chilam Joshi Festival (spring) 13 May – 16 May
Uchal Festival ( summer ) 20 Aug – 22 Aug
mus Festival (winter) 15 Dec – 22 Dec
Day 01 - Islamabd
Day 02 - Fly to Chitral
Day 03 - Explore Chitral
Day 04 - Festival At Kalash Valley
Day 05 - Chitral
Day 06 - Fly to Islamabd
Day 07- Fly back home
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