Hunza Nagar Valley Tour – Where adventure awaits

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Hunza valley is one of the most beautiful valleys situated in the upper northern part of Pakistan. It links the border of Pakistan with China. The best thing about the valley is the hospitality of the locals, the traditional food, and the many beautiful and historical places to visit. Many of the highest peaks in the world are situated in the valley which is also known as the valley of the climbers. The lush green fields and scenic views of the peaks will leave a memorable insight into your life when you plan a tour to Hunza with us. The best view comes from the clear Rakaposhi Peak from Duikar. 

Hunza Valley, Gilgit Baltistan

The small hilly town of Hunza is Duikar, where you can see the town from a bird’s eye view. Other famous places include the historical Altit and Baltit fort, Attabad Lake, Old Settlement in Ganish, Ondra Poygah, Old House Gulmit, Korgah Carpet Center, Hussaini Suspension bridge, Borith Lake, Ghulkin Village, Passu Cones, Rainbow Bridge, and Khunjerab Pass.

Discovering the Enchantment of Hunza Valley: A Journey Through Time and Nature

Located in the heart of the Himalayas, Hunza Valley stands as a testament to nature’s grandeur and the rich cultural tapestry of northern Pakistan. This pristine and breathtakingly beautiful region has captivated the hearts of travelers and adventurers for years. Here, we embark on a journey to explore the wonders of Hunza Valley.

A Slice of Paradise in Northern Pakistan

Hunza Valley, located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region, is a traveler’s dream come true. The valley is surrounded by some of the world’s highest peaks, including Passu Peak, Ultar Sar, and the mighty Karakoram Range. Its landscape is dotted with glaciers, alpine lakes, and lush orchards. This remote and serene destination is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and seekers of tranquility.

Cultural Heritage and Warmth of Hunza People

While the awe-inspiring landscapes are reason enough to visit, the warm and welcoming Hunza people make this valley even more special. The local culture is deeply rooted in tradition, and their genuine hospitality leaves an indelible mark on visitors. The main towns of Karimabad and Aliabad are home to historical landmarks, including Baltit Fort and Altit Fort, which offer insights into the region’s heritage.

Heaven for Trekkers and Hikers

For trekkers and hikers, Hunza Valley is a playground for adventure. The region offers numerous trekking routes that vary in difficulty, making it accessible for both seasoned trekkers and beginners. The most popular treks lead to stunning destinations such as Patundas Meadows, Attabad Baskuchi, and the remote Shimshal Valley. Each path promises breathtaking scenery and an unforgettable journey.

The Magic of Cherry Blossom Season

Hunza Valley takes on an ethereal beauty during the cherry blossom season in May and June. The valley comes alive with vibrant hues of pink and white as the cherry blossoms bloom. This period draws visitors from around the world to witness this incredible spectacle of nature.

Attabad Lake: A Gem Carved by Nature

One of the valley’s hidden gems is Attabad Lake, formed after a devastating landslide in 2010. This turquoise jewel is surrounded by dramatic cliffs and provides opportunities for boating and exploring. The crystal-clear waters mirror the surrounding peaks, creating a picturesque setting that’s perfect for photography enthusiasts.

Local Cuisine: A Gastronomic Delight

Hunza’s cuisine reflects the region’s culture and geography. Traditional dishes include local favorites like Chapshuro, stuffed bread, and Hunza apricots, which are renowned for their rich flavor. The simple yet flavorful food is a treat for the taste buds.

An Oasis of Serenity

Visitors to Hunza Valley often find that the region’s serene environment offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The tranquility, surrounded by nature’s grandeur, provides a sense of peace and rejuvenation that lingers in one’s memory.

So, what are you waiting for, book this tour now.


  • Altit fort
  • Baltit fort
  • Attabad Lake,
  • Old Settlement in Ganesh
  • Ondra Poygah
  • Old House Gulmit
  • Korgah Carpet Center
  • Hussaini Suspension bridge
  • Borith Lake
  • Ghulkin Village
  • Passu Cones
  • Rainbow Bridge
  • Khunjerab Pass


  • Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Private Vehicle
  • Services of Government Licensed Tour Guide & Driver
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Toll Taxes
  • Photography
  • Complimentary Lunch at Local House with local family
  • Forts, Museums, other facilities Entry Tickets
  • Extra expenses due to landslides\road blocks\Snow Fall
  • Personal Expenses of any nature
  • Any item not mentioned in services will be considered as not included


When you will land in Islamabad or Lahore international airport, our driver will pick you up for a night's stay in any of the cities. You can enjoy your stay in Islamabad/Lahore in any of the best luxurious hotels as per the package.

The next day early morning, we shall drive you through the mountainous areas to Chilas. We shall be using either Karakoram Highway or the road through Naran/Kaghan to Babusar Top. It is approximately a ten-hour drive to Chilas. On the way, you will experience the beauty of Naran/Kaghan Valley or the highest paved Karakorum Highway towards Chilas. We will have a night's stay in Chilas, which is the beginning town of Gilgit Baltistan.

The next day we will depart from Chilas for Hunza Valley, which is approximately six hours journey. This time we shall be taking you through the Karakorum Highway. You will experience the longest mountainous ranges on the way towards Hunza. i.e. the Karakorum and Hindukush mountain ranges. We shall have a short stay at the confluence point of the three highest mountain ranges (Karakoram, Himalaya & Hindukush). Our second stop will be at Rakaposhi viewpoint in Nagar Valley. Our night stay will be in one of the best hotels in Hunza.

On day four, we shall be visiting Altit and Baltit fort in Hunza with an entry ticket to both places, where the historical traditions of the former Hunza State are preserved. Guides inside the forts shall be briefing us about the history of the forts and the traditions of the locals at that time. The next step shall be the visit to the local market of Karimabad, where you will find many traditional items of Hunza and can enjoy the traditional cuisines too.

The next day after having our breakfast, we shall be visiting the old settlement of Ganish Village on our way to Attabad Lake, where we would have a short stay and witness the old civilization. Attabad Lake is just a 25-minute drive from Ganish where we shall be experiencing a boat ride on payment. On the same day, we shall be visiting Ondra Poygah in Gulmit village, which is the longest and highest stairs in Pakistan. On climbing to the top of the demolished fort of Ondra you will witness the mesmerizing view of Attabad Lake and Gulmit village in the south and in the north, you will see the Passu Cones and Ghulkin Village. We shall have stayed in one of the best hotels in Gulmit to save our time rather than travel back to Karimabad.

On this day, we shall be traveling towards Hussaini Suspension Bridge over the Hunza River and regarded as one of the most dangerous bridges. The bridge has steps with gaps in between where one has to be careful while crossing it. After a short stay at the bridge, we shall be moving towards Borith Lake just 2 KMs away from the Hussaini Suspension Bridge. It’s a natural lake formed from underground water where you can enjoy boating and have a cup of tea in the natural environment. After visiting Borith Lake we shall be heading towards Passu where on the way you will be witnessing Passu Glacier from Karakoram Highway, where we shall be having a short stop for photography. Then we shall go to Passu Cones and Rainbow Bridge situated in Passu village.

On day 7, early in the morning after having our breakfast, we shall be traveling toward Khunjerab Pass (Pak-China Border). It is located at an elevation of 4,693 meters. The weather at the top of the border is very cold and one has to take warm clothes with his/her. Khunjerab Pass is approximately 120 KMs from Passu. The border between Pakistan and China has vast space with snowcapped mountains and lush greenery around. You can enjoy the minus temperature in summer on the top.

After having seven days of the joyful tour to different touristic places of Hunza our journey will come to an end and we shall be traveling back to Islamabad by Air from Gilgit City.


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