Hunza Valley: Surprise Beauty & Calm
Pakistan is a blessed country in the world of dynamic landscapes, gushing rivers, lakes, towering mountains, natural waterfalls, glaciers, cold deserts, diversity of cultures, and delicious food with locals’ unique hospitality. But Hunza valley stood tall among all the beautiful places in Pakistan. The mountainous valley is situated in the extreme northern part of Gilgit Baltistan near the Pak-China border called the name of Khunjrab pass.
List of Hunza Valley Tour by Click Pakistan 2021
Travelling on Karakoram highway takes you in the wonder of the majestic beauty of the mountain and multi-colour landscape of your journey. Hunza valley tour is not less than a dream for tourists worldwide and is often referred to the valley as paradise on earth. This beautiful valley surrounded by the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain range that makes it different from all other places. A few years back, some foreign media outlets raised some question about whether Hunza valley is safe for tourists? But Pakistan name in the top holiday destination for travellers for 2020 by well-known luxury and lifestyle magazine Conde Nast Traveler and recent Royal visit of Britain’s Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and William Duke of Cambridge killed all such types of rumours about either Pakistan is a secure county for tourism. Pakistan’s security situation has changed now, and it is an entirely safe and sound country for tourists.
Altit & Biltit Forts
Altit and Biltit forts are also a great reason to make the valley popular among tourists. These forts situated in the centre of Hunza, 1100-year-old Altit, and 700-year-old Baltit fort are some of the region’s oldest standing monuments. These are the reasons that the Hunza valley tour is popularly known in the world. People have a curiosity to know about Hunza valley people 100 plus age secret. One of the most concrete reasons behind local people’s good health is organic Hunza food, water, pure weather, and hard-working habits. Hunza valley tour packages have become the most demanding ones all over the world. Click Pakistan offers its best deals of the Hunza valley tours package 2021. Our native guides of Hunza valley take you in the world of mountain beauty and arrange to serve traditional Hunza foods, local music, and much more fun.
Hunza Valley weather
In the region of Gilgit Baltistan (Hunza & Skardu), the season of spring is an astounding natural beauty of the year. Colours of cherry blossom vegetation in contrast with the terrain and sky. This weather started in the first week of April and considered one of the best times to visit Hunza valley. Because there are no more tourists during this time, hotels are available at very cheap rates; thus, you can enjoy tranquil and serene with speaking mountains beauty. Although the summer season ( May to September) is the best weather to make Hunza Valley tour, October and November are also fine. The temperature lies above 0. Still, after the mid of December to the end of February, it is very severe and decreases to 8 to 10 C.
Hunza valley pics
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Hotels in Hunza valley
Hunza Valley is located at a distance of 101 km from Gilgit, the capital city of Gilgit-Baltistan, that gives you real calm, a serene and refreshing mood of life. Hunza Valley offers all types of hotels, from luxury to standard. Tourism activity is growing every day, and people (locals & foreigners) love to make the Hunza valley tour. Here are the names of some best hotels in Hunza valley.
- Serena Inn Hunza
- Luxus Hunza
- Hunza Embassy Hotel
- Hard Rock Hunza Resort & Villas
- Hunza Darbar Hotel
- Eagle Nest Hotel Hunza
- Gulmit Continental Hotel
- Hunza View Hotel
- Baltit Heritage Inn
- Borith Lake Hotel & Resort
Best places to visit in Hunza
All Pakistan Northern areas are heavenly beautiful, but especially when you enter into this region of Gilgit Baltistan(Hunza Valley), mesmerizing beauty embrace and take you another world. Hunza Valley tour is one of the famous and most demanding trips, not only in the country but also in other countries. Hunza Valley tour has become a top attraction, especially for foreign tourists. People travel to the Gilgit-Baltistan region from all over the world, but Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, and Europe are among the most visited countries list. Here is the list of top most visited places in the Hunza Valley tour.
- Rakaposhi View Point
- Altit Fort
- Baltit Fort
- Eagle Nest Hunza
- Hopper Glacier
- Minapan Nager
- Attabad Lake
- Karakorum Highway
- Hussaini Suspension Bridge
- Khunjrab Pass (Pak-China Border)
- Rush Lake
- Gojal Village
- Naltar Valley
A distance of Hunza from Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore
There are two ways to approach Hunza Valley by choosing Naran, Babusar pass, or via Besham Dasu road via Karakorum Highway. Naran, Babusar pass is the best and short way with having stunning landscape on both sides of the road, but this road remains close from September to end of May due to heavy snow.
A distance of Hunza valley from Islamabad via Naran, Babusar Pass is 611 km and around 12 hours’ drive, and by air from Islamabad to Gilgit, it is only 45 minutes flight. Travel by aeroplane is more convenient and comfortable, but you will miss much spectacular landscape view that only be seen when you are travelling by road. One more issue of travelling by aeroplane is that 30 to 40 per cent of flights are cancelled because of weather conditions.
Hunza’s distance from Islamabad via Karakorum Highway is 570 km, and it will take around 13 hours’ drive.
The distance of Hunza valley from Karachi is 1980 and from Lahore 2120 km via national highways.
Hunza to Khunjrab pass distance
The Pak-China border’s distances known as Khunjrab pass from Hunza valley (Karimabad) is around 173 km. It leads via Karakorum highway, one of the world’s highest paved international roads that connect Western China and Pakistan.
Hunza Valley Map
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Is it safe to visit the Hunza valley?
Hunza Valley (Gilgit-Baltistan) region is secure and considered one of the country’s most peaceful areas even all Pakistan is safe. There are no security issues, especially after a successful operation by Pakistan security forces against some militants near the Pak-Afghan border. Now all areas had been cleared, and Pakistan is just as safe as Europe. There is a zero crime ratio in the valley. The people of the valley are very hospitable and cooperative and happy to receive guests in their areas. Hunza Valley is a hundred per cent secure and peaceful as same as central Europe.
What is the best time to visit Hunza valley?
In the region of Gilgit Baltistan (Hunza & Skardu), the autumn season is an astounding natural beauty of the year. Colours of cherry blossom vegetation in contrast with the terrain and sky. This weather started in the first week of April and considered one of the best times to visit Hunza valley. There are no more tourists during this time, hotels are available at very cheap rates, and transport is also available at very economical prices. Thus you can plan your trip to enjoy tranquil and serene with speaking mountains beauty of Hunza valley during this time. Although the summer season (May to September) is the weather when too many tourists visit Hunza Valley tour, October and November are also fine. The temperature lies above 0. Still, after the mid of December to the end of February, it is very severe and decreases to 8 to 10 C.
How far is hunza from naran?
It is a beautiful way that leads to Hunza from Naran. On both sides of the road, you can see nature talking with you. Towering verdant mountains having snow on the top, it is a fantastic experience to enjoy the landscape via Babusar Pass. Hunza’s distance from Naran is about 313 km and takes approximately 6 hours to reach Hunza valley.
Does Hunza have snow?
Yes. Hunza valley weather in winter gets freezing, sever, and live snowfall can be seen there. Even in summer snow can find on the peaks of the mountain.
Is it safe to travel the Karakoram highway?
The Karakoram Highway is one of the highest paved international roads globally and is considered the safest part of Pakistan. Locals and foreign tourists love to travel on the Karakoram highway. It is not only safe but having a breathtaking scene of the landscape.
Is there internet is Hunza valley?
Yes. Internet service is available in most parts of Hunza Valley Gilgit-Baltistan. Mostly A class hotels provide Wi-Fi connectivity to their guests in rooms, and at some hotels, it is available only at reception. The internet service is quite slow, but the main towns of the region are it okay.
Which mobile network works best in Hunza
Almost all mobile network companies ( Jazz Telenor, Ufone, Zong, Warid & Nescom) provide services worldwide, including Hunza valley. Telenor and Nescom are said to be much better than other networks.
• Visit valleys of northern Pakistan including Hunza, Nagar, Besham/Kaghan, Naran, etc.
• Visit lakes including Attabad, Lulusar, Saif ul Malook, etc.
• Participate and dance with local people
• View of hundreds of peaks including Rakaposhi (7,708m) and
Passu Sar (7,478m), and Ultar Sar (7,388m) in the Karakoram Range
• Rivers (Hunza, Gilgit, Indus, Kunhar), tributaries, and streams
• Visit of ancient Altit & Biltits forts.
• Enjoy the travel of Karakoram Highway, the highest paved international road in the world.
• Enjoy the hospitality and delicious traditional food of the valley.
• Pick up and move straight towards Narran
• Short break on the way at Balakot for breakfast
• Visit of Kewai Waterfall, Kaghan, Batal
• Visit Naran valley, one of the most beautiful parts of northern areas
• Visit Lulusar Lake, one of the largest blue water lake in the town
• Babusar Top/Pass, located at the elevation of 13,691 feet and
• Connects Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with Gilgit Baltistan
• Short break at Batakundi, a lush green mountainous point
• First night stay at Chilas/Jaglot
• Breakfast in Hotel
• Drive towards Hunza valley (Gilgit Baltistan region)
• Short stay at Mountain Junction Point
• Short stay at Nanga Parbat viewpoint
• Arrival at Hunza valley Karaimabad
• Visit Altit Fort and Royal Garden
• Visit Baltit Fort (residence of Royal family & museum)
• Visit Karimabad Bazaar for Hunza cultural shopping
• Dinner & Overnight stay at Hunza valley
• After breakfast departure for Khunjerab Pass
• Visit Attabad Lake, one of the biggest tourist attractions in the town
• Short stay at Passu Cones & Hussaini Bridge
• Visit Khunjerab Pass (Pak-China border) 4,693-meter-high pass
• Drive back towards Hunza before the evening
• Enjoy live cultural singing and dance with the bonfire
• Dinner & Overnight stay at Hunza Valley
• After breakfast, drive back toward Naran valley
• Short stay on the way at Rakaposhi viewpoint
• Shot stay at 3 mighty mountain junction point
• Short break at BataKundi and reach Naran town
• Visit Naran town/Shopping etc.
• Overnight stay at Naran Valley
• Early wakeup call for the visit of Saiful Malook lake
• Visit Saiful Malook with Jeep Safari
• Breakfast after return from Lake
• Get ready for departure to Islamabad
• Short Stay at Kunhar River and Kewai
• Short break at Balakot for lunch
• Arrival Islamabad at around 10:00 pm (End of services)
Note: From November to May (Depends on weather conditions), Naran valley road remains closed due to heavy snowfall. So during this period, we will travel by Besham/KKH route.
|Services inclusive||Services exclusive|
|Comfortable private vehicle||Personal clothing|
|4 night hotel accommodation||Entry tickets of any fort, park, lift or others|
|Complimentary breakfast||Lunch, dinner or any other|
|Driver cum tour guide service||Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry etc.|
|All tolls, parking & driver expenses||Insurance liability medical aid|
|First aid box||Anything other than not mentioned in the inclusive.|
- DepartureLahore | Islamabad | Faisalabad
- Departure Time10:30 PM From Lahore & 3:30 AM Islamabad
- Return TimeIslamabad 8:30 PM | Lahore 12:30 AM
- Dress CodeRain Coat, Umbrella Hiking Shoes, Warm jacket etc.