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Color Of Hunza Valley - Click Pakistan
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Color Of Hunza Valley

Gilgit Baltistan

Color Of Hunza Valley


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

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.

Hunza was previously a princely state which survived until 1974 and was dissolved by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Its capital was the town of Baltit also known as Karimabad. Tourists visit this valley to take a sight of the two most famous forts known as Altit and Baltit fort. The Altit Fort is the oldest fort in northern areas and it is located in the Altit village. It is built with great architectural design on a rock of a mountain where the Hunza River flows at its back. Baltit Fort is another beautiful fort in the Hunza valley which is built at the top of Karimabad. The popular glaciers in Hunza include the Batura Glacier, Hussaini Glacier, and Passu Glacier. All of these glaciers are situated in Gojal Valley. These glaciers attract thousands of domestic and international tourists every year. Opportunities for hiking are quite immense in the Hunza Valley.

5 Days
10+ Age
  • Departure
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 10:15 PM for a prompt departure at 10:30 PM.
  • Return Time
    Islamabad 8:30 PM/Lahore 12:30 AM
  • 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: Besham | Dasu | Chillas

Breakfast at Abbottabad Continue Drive towards Chillas A short stay at Besham A short stay at Dasu Arrival in Chilas Dinner & Overnight stay at Chilas (Chilas Continental Hotel or Similar)

Day 2: Hunza | Altit & Baltit Fort

Breakfast 7:30 AM Departure from Chilas 8:30 AM A short stay in Nanga Parbat View Point, Mountain Junction Point Arrival in Hunza around 3:00 PM Visit Altit fort & Royal Garden Visit Baltit fort Drive to the hotel Free time to visit Karimabad Bazar for shopping / local food Dinner in hotel 9:00 pm Overnight stay in Hunza (Hunza View Hotel or similar)

Day 3: Attabad Lake | Pak-China Border

Breakfast 8:00 AM Visit Altit Fort and Royal Garden Hunza Departure for Khunjerab 11:00 am Whole day trip to visit Ataabad Lake to Pak China Border Dinner 9:00 pm Overnight stay in Hunza (Hunza View Hotel or Similar)

Day 4: Rakaposhi View Point | Besham

Breakfast 7:00 am Departure for Besham 08:00 am Stopovers at Rakaposhi viewpoint Continue Journey towards Besham A short stay at Dassu Arrival at Besham Dinner & Overnight stay in Besham (Besham Continental or Similar)

Day 5: Islamabad | Lahore

Breakfast 7:00 am Departure for Lahore 8:00 am Travel via Mingora swat Route Lunch cm dinner on the way Arrival at Islamabad around 8:30 pm Arrival in Lahore around 12:30 pm End of services

Tour Location

Hunza Valley-Gilgit Baltistan

History of the City

Hunza was formerly a princely state bordering Xinjiang (autonomous region of China) to the northeast and Pamir to the northwest, which survived until 1974 when it was finally dissolved by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The state bordered the Gilgit Agency to the south and the former princely state of Nagar to the east. The state capital was the town of Baltit another old settlement is Ganaish Village which means "ancient gold" village. Hunza was an independent principality for more than 900 years, until the British gained control of it and the neighboring valley of Nagar between 1889 and 1891 through military conquest. 
  • Dr. Hussnain Haider
    April 26, 2019 at 7:45 am

    It’s immense pleasure for me to travel with click Pakistan. They are great hosts and everything was nicely arranged and managed tour guide was well aware of all the areas transport and accommodation were excellent.

    Thanks click Pakistan

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