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Fairy Meadows & Hunza

Fairy Meadows & Hunza Valley

Fairy Meadows & Hunza


per person

Hunza Valley is renowned for its beauty, and the iconic place has become even more of a fairy-tale with this tradition.

Fairy Meadows named by German climbers and locally known as Joot is a grassland near one of the base campsites of the Nanga Parbat, located in Diamer District, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. At an altitude of about 3,300 metres (10,800 ft) above the sea level, it serves as the launching point for trekkers summiting on the Rakhiot face of the Nanga Parbat. Fairy Meadows is approachable by a fifteen kilometre-long jeepable trek starting from Raikhot bridge on Karakoram Highway to the village Tato. Further from Tato, it takes about three to four hours hiking by a five-kilometre trek to Fairy Meadows. The six-month tourist season at Fairy Meadows starts in April and continues until the end of September.

HUNZA Valley is renowned for its beauty, and the iconic place has become even more of a fairy-tale with this tradition. The people of Hunza have a reputation for living long lives. The reason behind their long-lasting lives has been attributed to the fresh, unpolluted air and untarnished mountain beauty – and the food they consume. Hunza’s cuisine is typically fresh fruits, half-cooked vegetables, grand dairy products. That, and matlash (butter), which seems to have become the subject of intense interest.

Hunza valley is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region which is in the extreme northern part that connects China with Pakistan. Gilgit-Baltistan region Biafo Glaciers is the homeland of adventure treks, k2 base camp trek, Concordia trek, and gondogoro la trek. It is surrounded by several high peaks including Rakaposhi, Ladyfinger peak and Hunza peak.

8 Days
10+ Age
  • Departure
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 10:15 PM for a prompt departure at 10:30 PM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 06:00 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Rain Coat, Umbrella Hiking Shoes, Warm jacket.
  • Include
    All Tolls & Taxes
    Hotel Accommodation
    Quality Meals
    Tour Guide Services
    First Aid Box
  • Not Included
    Boating Expenses
    Entry Tickets

Day 1: Balakot | Lulusar Lake | Babusar Top | Chilas

  • Breakfast at Balakot
  • Drive towards Chillas
  • Visit Narran & Lulusar Lake
  • A short stay at Babusar Top
  • Spend quality at Babusar Top & Photography
  • Arrival in Chillas
  • Dinner & Overnight stay at Chillas

Day 2: Raikot | Tatu Village | Fairy Meadows

  • Breakfast in Hotel
  • Start to drive towards Raikot
  • Transfer into the jeep for Tatu Village
  • 4-hour trekking from Tatu village to Fairy Meadows
  • Arrival in Fairy Meadows & Transfer into Camps
  • Dinner & Overnight stay at Fairy Meadows

Day 3: Fairy Meadows | Nanga Parbat Base Camp

  • Breakfast at 7:00 AM
  • Start hike towards Nanga Parbat base camp
  • 5 Hours hike towards base camp
  • Arrival at base camp
  • Spend some quality time at base camp & photography
  • Trek back towards camp
  • Dinner & Overnight stay at Fairy Meadows

Day 4: Hunza Valley | Altit & Baltit Fort

  • Breakfast at 7:00 AM
  • Transfer into jeeps for Raikot
  • Drive towards Hunza valley
  • A short stay at Mountain Junction Point
  • A short stay at Nanga Parbat viewpoint
  • Arrival at Hunza valley
  • Visit Altit Fort & Royal Garden
  • Visit Baltit Fort
  • Transfer into Hotel
  • Visit Karimabad Bazaar
  • Overnight stay at Hunza valley

Day 5: Attabad Lake | Passu Connes | Khunjerab Pass

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Departure for Khunjerab Pass
  • Visit Attabad Lake & spend quality time at Lake & photography
  • A short stay at Passu Cones & Hussaini Bridge
  • Arrival at Khunjerab Pass spend quality time at Khunejarab pass & Photography
  • Drive back towards Nagar valley
  • Overnight stay at Nagar valley

Day 6: Hoper Valley | Hoper Glacier | Minapin

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Drive towards Hoper Valley & Glacier
  • Visit Rakaposhi Viewpoint
  • Visit Minapin Village
  • Spend quality time at Minapin Village
  • Overnight stay at Minapin

Day 7: Naran | Lake Saif Malooq

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • A short stay at Babusar Top
  • Reach Naran
  • Transfer into the jeep for Lake Saif ul Malooq
  • Spend quality time at Lake
  • Drive back towards Hotel
  • Dinner & Overnight stay at Naran

Day 8: Kewai Waterfall | Islamabad

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Departure for Islamabad
  • A short stay at Kewai Waterfall
  • Lunch cum dinner on the way
  • Arrival in Islamabad
  • End of Service

Tour Location

Fairy Meadows & Hunza Valley Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan

  • 25500 PKR per head
  • 56000 PKR (For Twin sharing)
  • Kids under 2 years old will be totally free of charge
  • Kids between 2 to 8 year old will be charged with 50% of adult price.
  • Kids above 8 years old will be charged as full price as the rate of an adult.
  • Your reservation is always subject to confirmation by depositing 30% as advance into company account and the rest of the amount is required to be paid upon your arrival to the company representative in cash.
  • The maximum room capacity is four persons including adults and children.
  • Only one infant (under 2-year-old) can be free on one bus, provided he/she does not occupy a seat.
  • Any other kid would be charged with the full price the same as an adult.
  • Click Pakistan recommends customers to bring their own safety seats for children under 4 years old.

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