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The Hunza Valley is a mountainous valley in the northern part of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, formed by the Hunza River, bordering Shigar to the southeast, Ishkoman to the northwest, and the Xinjiang region of China to the northeast and Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to the north.
The Ruby Mines is the most famous tourist destination. Aside from its beautiful splendor, people flock to this valley to see Hunza's two most famous forts, the Baltit and the Altit forts. The Altit Fort, located in the Altit village, is the oldest fort in the northern territories. The mountains of Hunza are so huge that most peaks under 20,000 feet don't even have names. Three of the world's highest mountain peaks – Ultar Sar (7,500m), the stunning Rakaposhi (7,788m), and Bublimotin or Ladyfinger Peak (7,400m) can be seen from the village of Karimabad.
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Hunza is situated at the bank of Hunza river in the northern part of Gilgit-Baltistan. • Show on map
Beautiful Hunza Valley, is a mountainous valley in the autonomous Gilgit-Baltistan.
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 Ishkoman to the northwest, Shigar to the southeast, Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor to 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 and Lower Hunza.
Attabad Lake is located in Shiskat Valley in Hunza and it is 30 minutes drive from Karimabad Hunza.
Attabad Lake is captivating in a way that will leave you speechless. People can enjoy jet skiing and boating on Attabad Lake. Attabad Lake also offers accommodations in the form of high-end hotels. On the shores of Attabad Lake, you'll also find luxurious glamping resorts and Luxus Hunza. In the Hunza Valley, one of the most beautiful spots is Attabad Lake. It is the most popular tourist destination in all of Hunza Valley.
Karimabad, formerly known as Baltit, is the capital of Hunza District, in the Gilgit-Baltistan province of Pakistan.
Karimabad, one of the most breathtaking villages in Hunza Valley, welcomes you with its golden sand and enchanting natural scenery. This village is surrounded by vivid apricot and cherry trees that offer a chilled-out party vibe. Karimabad is a good place to go whether you want to do something exciting like water sports or just spend a day relaxing under the sun. Still more! Every day, there is a small market in Karimabad. This gives you a chance to see the lively shopping culture that Hunza is known for.
is situated in the far north of Pakistan. • Show on map
Gojal, also called Upper Hunza, is situated in the far north of Pakistan.
Hunza's Gojal valley is renowned for its lakes. It borders Afghanistan at the Chapursan valley and China at the Khunjerab Pass. On the other hand, Attabad lake is also situated in Gojal Valley. This lake was made when a huge landslide in 2010 blocked the flow of water in the Hunza River, causing it to back up. Now, it is a well-known place for tourists to visit and have a picnic. People who love boating will love Attabad Lake.
Duikar or Duiker is a settlement in Hunza Valley, Gilgit Baltistan. It lies above Altit village, 700 Meters higher than the valley floor.
Duikar Valley is a well-known viewpoint and is often referred to as Eagle's Nest. Tourists can see beautiful views of the Hunza River and the Karakoram Highway as they drive through Duikar. Duikar is situated above sea level so it has turned into a famous landmark. It also features the breathtaking views of Rakaposhi and the Golden Peak, but people come from all over the world just to see the sunrise and sunset in Duikar.
Ondra fort is located on a 25 min hike from Gulmit. It is situated near Tara Homestay, and close to Old House Gulmit.
The Ondra Fort is a stunning landmark that visitors to Hunza should not miss. Those who are more active should go to the location of Ondra Fort Gulmit and go to Borith lake across the Ghulkin/black Glacier (three hours trip including a hike of 25 minutes). Ondra Fort Gulmit is a must-see for anyone planning a trip to Hunza. It is one of the most interesting places to visit.
is located in Hunza, Pakistan. It is stretched out to 1km, and locals use it to connect to the village located on the other side • Show on map
Hussaini bridge is located in Hunza, Pakistan. It is stretched out to 1km, and locals use it to connect to the village located on the other side.
Hussani Bridge is located 30 mins drive from Attabad lake. From one end to the other end of the bridge Hussani Bridge consists of 400 steps. Although it is secure and risk-free, some individuals find the bridge to be terrifying. When traveling across the Hussani bridge, however, you need to exercise caution because there is still a chance that you will accidentally fall. This location receives the greatest number of tourists of any other in Hunza.
is located 30 minutes drive from Attabad lake. • Show on map
Borith Lake is located 30 minutes drive from Attabad lake.
This location is quiet and peaceful. It is the greatest location in Hunza for individuals who need a break from their hectic lives. There are both white and black glaciers around this magnificent lake, which may be reached by car in 15 to 30 minutes or on foot in 1 to 3 hours. It is the most popular destination in Hunza. Borith Lake is the most desirable camping location in Hunza.
Rush Lake is a high-altitude lake located in Nagar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan near Rush Pari Peak, 5,098 m (16,726 ft).
Rush Lake provides an additional breathtaking panorama of the Hunza Nagar Valley. The Nagar Valley is often regarded as being among the most beautiful valleys in the country. Most significantly, you will never discover great colors in Wadi Nagar, as this location is unparalleled in its beauty. The altitude of this highland lake is approximately 4,669 meters. Surrounded by lakes, the enormous mountains are Pakistan's tallest lakes.
Passu Cones Viewpoint, N-35, Janabad Passu, Hunza Nagar • Show on map
Passu is a small village located near Gulmit in the Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan region of Northern Pakistan.
In Hunza Valley, Pass Cones is the most scenic and lovely tourist spot to visit because of its proximity to Attabad lake, which is only a half-hour drive away. The summits of pass Cones, which are jagged, have a particularly appealing appearance. Hunza's Passu is a tranquil town that is surrounded on all sides by breathtaking mountains and has a river running right through the middle of it. The glacier and its river can be found here. Pass is a wonderful location for going for walks, treks, hikes, and taking photographs.
Khunjerab Pass Tour
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Khunjerab Pass, more commonly referred to as Pak-China border, is the highest point on the architect More info
This valley is home to a variety of cultural activities, which Hunza residents love to celebrate. Traditional dancing is popular among people of all ages, and there is even a dedicated traditional band for it, making it even more enjoyable and fascinating. People of three ethnic groups mostly inhabit the Hunza region: (1) The Shinaki people, who speak Shina, inhabit the Lower Hunza region, which extends from Nasirabad to Khizerabad. (2) Burushaski speakers dominate the Central Hunza region, which extends from Attabad to Murtazaabad. (3)The Gojal region of Upper Hunza, which extends from Khunjerab to Shiskat, is home to Wakhi speakers.
Just like the valley is famed for its outstanding view, Hunza's inhabitants are warm-hearted and famous for their hospitality. Despite the fact that Burushaski is the most generally spoken language, the majority of people can also communicate in English and Urdu. Hunza's weather is pleasant from April to September, necessitating the use of light woolen clothing. During the winter, though, heavier woolen clothing is necessary. The ladies, in particular, wear colorful knee-length dresses with shalwars and traditional embroidered hats to protect their heads. Shalwar Kameez is the most prevalent men's attire, and hats are made of hand-woven woolen material called 'Pattu.' They wear flowy embroidered dresses as overcoats in the winter.