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  • 1. Fairy Meadows.

    Fairy Meadows lie below the Killer Mountain, Nanga Parbat, which is the largest mountain in the world and the last bastion of the Great Himalayas in the West. Below it lie the calm and serene Fairy...

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  • 2. Hanging Bridges

    Probably the most scariest part of the journey! The deadly hanging bridges of Passu over the Hunza River. The first bridge is ok but the second bridge spans the river for a distance of about 100 - 150...

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  • 3. The Golden Peak Range

    The Golden Peak Range is located it the Passu-Gulmit area and are a wonderful chain of mountains that look gold in the sunlight. The best place to view them is near the Hunza River which is quite flat...

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  • 4. valley with the great peoples and snowy mountain

    the valley hunza,,,no one can express about the defination words hunza,,its feeling,,its beauty,,this valley own the kings who filled the heart with...

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  • 5. The Silk Road

    The Karakoram Highway (KKH) is the highest paved international road in the world. It connects China to Pakistan across the Karakoram mountain range, through the...

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  • 6. Tip 4

    Landscape when come to Hunza is already a common thing, at anywhere I can see big snow mountains deep valleys etc. There's no place in Hunza with boring...

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  • 7. Tip 1

    Just to let you know this location of Karimabad under Hunza valley is a place where I saw most tourists, approximately 30 tourists in 3 days. The rest of...

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  • 8. Glorious Peaks.

    The peaks surrounding Hunza are glorious. There is more concentration of high peaks here than any place in the world. Some of claimed many lives like Ultar Peak...

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  • 9. Tip 3

    This is a photo taken by me in Karimabad town of a construction site. A boy was looking at us curiously, so Andy wanted to snap him in face, while he did that,...

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  • 10. Tip 2

    This is a supposed water smoking ware of Hunza. I saw it on Old Hunza Inn's canteen table, it looked quite unique to me and probably they smoke this way to gain...

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  • 11. The Land of Fruits.

    Hunza is known as the land of apricots, apples, peaches, cherries and grapes. Apricots are in huge amounts and are very tasty. Lots and lots of gardens filled...

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  • 12. Stunning Landscape!

    The stunning landscape of Hunza is one reason why you want to go there! You cannot imagine how strange and beautiful it is.

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