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Islamabad to Hunza in 07 days

Price ₨ 26000 1 week
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Islamabad to Hunza in 07 days

₨ 26000 per person

Hunza was a princely state, bordering China to the northeast and Pamir to its northwest, which continued to survive until 1974 when it was finally dissolved by Zulfikar 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 (also known as Karimabad) and its old settlement is Ganish Village.

Situated at an elevation of 2,438 meters, Hunza Valley’s tourist season is from May to October. The temperature in May is a maximum of 27°C and a minimum of 14°C. The October temperatures are: maximum 10°C and minimum 0°C.w

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Depends on Condition
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Return Time
    Depends on Condition
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
  • Included
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    All Museum Tickets
    Typical Souvenir
Day 1: Departure || Islamabad to Naran
  • Leave For Naran via Hazara motorways
  • Breakfast in Margala
  • Stop over in Abbotabad, Mansehra
  • Brief stop at bank of River Kunhar in Balakot
  • Reach Naran get 4*4 Jeeps and visit Beautiful Saifulmuluk Lake
  • Dinner with Chicken Karahi
  • Over night at Naran hotel
Day 2: Naran To Hunza
  • Leave for Hunza
  • Short stop over at Batakundi waterfall
  • Photography break at Lulusar Lake
  • Stop over at 13,000+ Feet Altitude, Babusartop
  • Lunch break at Pakistan hotel Babusartop
  • Reach Chilas
  • Reach Hunza for over night stay
  • Dinner with Daal Chawal
  • Over night stay at Hotel Hunza
Day 3 : Visit Khunjerab Pass
  • Leave for Khunjerab pass
  • Breakfast in Sost
  • Stop overs at Beautiful Passu cones and Glacier
  • Brief stop at Hussaini bridge
  • Stop at Batura Lake and glacier
  • Explore wild life at Khunjerab national park
  • Reach Khunjerab Top, highest road connecting border
  • Experience 15,000+ feet altitude
  • Enjoy Bonfire with light music
  • Dinner with live BBQ
  • Over night stay at bank of Atabad Lake in Camps or At Hunza hotel
Day 04 : Explore Hunza and Departure Gilgit
  • Visit Dream destination the magnificent Attabad Lake
  • Short stop over at Amazing tunnel of Attabad
  • Explore Atabad Lake
  • Boating at Atabad Lake (At own expense)
  • Visit Altit and Baltit forts
  • Explore Hunzai cultural Market, Karimabad
  • Visit Aliabad Bazaar
  • Leave for Gilgit
  • Short stay at Rakaposhi view point
  • Over night stay at Gilgit Shaheen hotel
Day 05 : Way back to Balakot
  • Leave For Balakot
  • Tea stop under shaddow of
  • Rakaposhi view point
  • Short stay at wonderful spot, 3 highest mountain ranges of world Junction Point
  • Short stop over to se
  • largest face on Earth mountain, the mighty Nanga Parbat
  • Stop overs at Chilas, Babusartop, Naran, Kaghan
  • Reach Balakot for over night stay
  • Dinner with Balakot famous Chapli kabab
  • Over night stay at valley gateway hotel
Day 06 :
  • Explore Balakot local market to get dry fruits
  • Leave For kashmir
  • Stop overs to see:
    • Neelum jhelum point
    • Sheesha Mor
    • Muzaffarabad
    • Brief stop at Dolai waterfall
    • Lunch at Murree Express way
    • Reach Rawalpindi

Tour Location

Beautiful Cultural Things of Hunza Valley
Location: Hunza is a mountainous valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza is situated at the bank of Hunza River in the northern part of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, bordering with Ish Koman to the northwest, Shigar to the southeast, Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to the north, and the Xinjiang region of China to the northeast.
The Hunza Valley is situated at an elevation of 2,438 meters (7,999 feet). Geographically, Hunza consists of three regions:
  • Upper Hunza (Gojal)
  • Central Hunza
  • Lower Hunza (Shinaki)
Importance: Pakistan is one of the few countries with such a dynamic landscape; rivers, deserts, lakes, waterfalls, springs, glaciers we seem to have it all in great abundance.
The much renowned Hunza valley is often referred to as heaven on earth, enveloped in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram Mountain ranges, this place has been a great tourist attraction for many years.
In the early 1890s, the British embarked upon a mission to annex Hunza and Nagar, which is also known as the Hunza-Nagar Campaign. British soldiers led by Colonel Durand occupied Nilt Fort in 1890. After that, they proceeded to the Baltit Fort but faced heavy resistance. The British gained complete control of Hunza and Nagar with little effort. Thereafter, the Mir of Hunza, Safdar Ali Khan along with his family, fled to Kashgar in China, and his brother Mir Muhammad Nazim Khan was made the new ruler of Hunza by the British.
You can live a pretty comfortable life while being in your home in a large metropolis, but as soon as you travel to the northern areas, you find that the real peace of mind lies within these beautiful mountains.
There was a time when people used to visit Hunza for rehabilitation. They still do, but now the tourism factor has increased much more than before. From winters to spring, nature seems to be in a transition period. This place remains remarkable with every changing season. The valley is popularly believed to be the inspiration for the mythical valley of Shangri-La in James Hilton's 1933 novel, Lost Horizon.
The local languages spoken include Burushaski, Wakhi, and Shina. The literacy rate of the Hunza valley is more than 95%. The Hunza Valley is also home to some Wakhi, who migrated there from northeastern Afghanistan beginning in the nineteenth century onwards.
Climate:  The climate in Hunza is moderate during summers. The temperature in July-August reaches a maximum of 31 °C in Central Hunza. If you are looking for a much temperate summer climate during your holidays, spend more time in Gojal Valley (Upper Hunza) because it remains much cooler even in summers. Visiting Hunza in the winter will feel like a dream when you live in sub-zero temperatures and wake up to fresh blankets of snow every morning. Hunza's beauty this time of the year is unparalleled to anything you may have seen before.
Distance: It takes 13 hr. 4 min (587 km) via N-15 and Karakoram Hwy/N-35 from Islamabad Airport to reach Hunza.

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