Kharmang District is a political sub-division of Pakistan. It is part of Baltistan and currently constitutes one of the ten districts of the Gilgit–Baltistan territory of Pakistan. It is bounded on the south by the Kargil and Leh of Ladakh, on the northeast by Ghanche District of GB, on the north by Skardu District of GB and on the west by Astore District of GB. Kharmang districts include Kharmang Valley, one of the five main valleys in Baltistan region. The valley is 100 km south-east of Skardu. The valley includes various tourist attractions, including Manthokha Waterfall Madhupur, Khamosh Waterfall. It is also the part where Indus River enters in Pakistan, through Kargil district in Indian Administered Kashmir.