GILGIT TO KHUNJERAB PASS (PAKISTAN-CHINA BORDER)
Tour De Pakistan 2021 is an opportunity to pedal through the striking beauty of Northern Pakistan. Rejoice in some of the world's most scenic mountains such as Golden Peak, Lady Finger and Rakaposhi.
Experience the ancient cultures, live music, traditional food and community engagement with local villagers. The adventure will begin from a scenic flight from Islamabad to Gilgit. The cycling itself will be through some of the world’s highest paved road along the Karakoram Highway with views of peaks that reach 7,000 to 8,000 metres including K2, the second-highest mountain on Earth.
All funds raised will go towards our Children of the World campaign, which rebuilds young lives by supporting and strengthening local communities to protect children facing the gravest injustices.
- Click Here to Sign Up Now for Only £100 (Early Bird – Deposit)!
- Registration Fee: £500 -This includes all costs within Pakistan (hotels, food, accommodation, airport transfers and internal domestic flights). This is to be paid in two instalments: £100 (Deposit) is payable upon registering/signing up and the remainder of £400 can be paid up until 21st May 2021.
- Fundraising Target: £1,500 – This is in aid for our #ChildrenOfTheWorld Campaign.
Working in some of the harshest environments you can imagine, we have been able to rescue thousands of children from the street where abuse and exploitation was all they have known. We understand that every country and community is different and our projects are designed to synchronise with the society norms, culture and government policies.
In Pakistan, we are supporting children who are involved in child labour in Peshawar and brothel children in Lahore. Our social mobilisers encourage them to join our informal education centres where we ensure their education and psychosocial well being.
In Bangladesh, we have been rescuing street children since 2014. We have a permanent transitional shelter in Dhaka and also have regular Schools under the Sky in busy ferry terminals like Sadarghat which are informal schools aiming to give street children a basic education.