The Ishkoman valley lies in the north of Pakistan in Gilgit-Baltistan, circumscribing Afghanistan and the Pamir Wakhan Corridor.
Ishkoman is a high mountain valley in the Hindu Kush and Karakorum mountains, in the northwest area of Gilgit in the Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan. It is arranged a ways off of just about 140 kilometers (90 mi) from Gilgit. Ishkoman is associated with the Yasin Valley and Chipursan (in Gojal Hunza) valley by a high mountain pass.
The normal magnificence of the valley makes it a prominent visitor goal.
The essential language of Ishkoman region is the Wakhi. While shina and khowaris spoken in every one of the towns all through the Ishkoman as spoken in Chitral valley. The Wakhi language, which is likewise spoken in Gojal Hunza, is spoken from Barjungle to Pak-Afghan fringe.