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Karakoram Highway & Hunza Valley

Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan


Mid March - Mid November

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Hunza is a place that every first-time visitor to Pakistan must visit, and it is a village that has been likened to "Shangri-La," reached by driving north through the Karakoram Highway along the Indus and Gilgit rivers.
The village is inhabited by beautiful people who speak Burushaski. You will have a consecutive stay in Karimabad, the center of Hunza, and visit Altit village, Nagar Valley, Duikal mountain view point, and the upper Hunza where the Wakhi people live, then also visit the Pakistan-China border at Khunjerab Pass. The valley is beautiful with apricot blossoms in spring, greenery in summer, and autumn color leaves in poplar trees.


Fly from Islamabad to Gilgit. Upon arrival, drive to Karimabad on Karakoram Highway. (In case of flight cancellation, drive to Chilas and spend a night. Arrive in Hunza in the afternoon of the second day.)
A full-day excursion of Karimabad, Hunza valley. You’ll visit Baltit Fort, Altit village, and in the evening, enjoy the view of Karakoram range in the sunset from Duikal.
Full day, visit to upper Hunza and visit Khunjerab Pass which is the border with China. The drive way is very scenic with views of the Wakhi people's villages along the way and the high peaks and valleys of Karakoram.
Visit Nagar Valley in the morning. Then drive to Gilgit.
Fly to Islamabad (In case of flight cancellation, drive to Islamabad. You'll arrive at late evening.)


Best time to visit
Mid March - Mid November

From Islamabad, a minimum of 4 nights can be arranged including an extra day in case of flight cancellations. In addition, The itinerary can be combine with visit of Skardu, Shandur pass and Kalash Valley. Please consult with us.

Tour Price
Please contact us for price quotation based on the number of days, number of people, accommodation and vehicle type. There is a "wide" choice of accommodation in Hunza, from guesthouses to luxury resorts.

The domestic flight from Islamabad to Gilgit is a mountain flight and the operation is highly dependent on weather conditions. Please plan your itinerary in case of flight cancellations.


Please note that no transport and rooms reserved at this stage. We will be thankful if you could give us tentative dates of the visit so that we can reserve the transport and hotels accordingly