Serena Khaplu Palace stands above the town of Khaplu, in the Ghanche district of Baltistan in Northern Pakistan. The
Palace sits amidst terraced apricot orchards, surveying the river Shyok below and the mountain peaks in the distance.
It is accessible by road from Skardu and Shigar Fort (both a 2 ½ hour drive) and by air from Islamabad to Skardu Airport (55 minute flight).
Khaplu is the eastern most part of Baltistan and is the gateway to the Himalayan & Mashebrum ranges – a paradise for trekkers and mountaineers. Its proximity to Tibet, Ladakh and Kashmir make the area rich in architectural heritage and culture housing some of the most important historical treasures in Northern Pakistan.
With so much to see and do Khaplu offers incredible experiences for all types of holiday makers.