Hunza Things to Do

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  • Baltit Fort..Hunza Valley
    Baltit Fort..Hunza Valley
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  • 1. Khunjerab Pass

    The ultimate climax of the trip on the KKH is the Khunjerab Pass, which is at an altitude of 4,733 meters (15,620 feet). It is one of the highest paved road connecting Pakistan Northern area to China...

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  • 2. Baltit Fort

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    The state of Hunza was ruled for over 1000 years by the same family with their seat of power at the Baltit Fort. It is located on a large rocky outcrop at the base of the might Ultar Peaks (claimed by...

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  • 3. Colourful Passu.

    You have to get up pretty early in the morning if you want to see a beautiful sunrise over Gulmit or Passu cathedrals. The arches on the mountain makes a setting for a beautiful and colorful show,...

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  • 4. Hopar Glacier.

    From Hunza you can also arrange a trip to snow lake(Bifao,Hispar Glaciers) Hispar Pass - The crossing point between Baltistan and Hunza valley is the Hispar pass which is at the elevation of 5151...

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  • 5. Rakaposhi Views

    Rakhaposhi is a magnificent peak, towering over 7,788 m and is easily visible from KKH and karimabad and its surrounding areas. The first major glimpse that you can enjoy is from an area called ZERO...

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  • 6. Shimshal Valley.

    One natural & most dangerous thing is to cross the rivers in Shimshal valley by perilous aerial runways, alone among the powerful elements(cable bridges) but its all a great fun..These are made by...

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  • 7. Naltar Valley.

    he green and forested Naltar Valley receives more rainfall than other areas in the Hunza Valley, and its alpine scenery is a refreshing change in the arid Karakoram. The Naltar Valley runs north-west...

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  • 8. The Hunza River.

    It z a marvelous river in the valley and it add more beauty to the valley.It is wonderfull site to visit.it z fed by glaciers and flowes into river Indus.the mountains r mainly of mud rather tan of...

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  • 9. Fruit Orchards.

    Hunza is an agricultural city. Miles and miles of fruit orchards can be seen as the tourist approaches Karimabad. Apricots are the major diet in summers and are stored throughout the winters. Some...

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  • 10. Poppies

    Well, not much of a Must-See Activity but on the Karakoram Highway on a stretch somewhere in the Hazara and Kohistan region around the Thakot/Jaglot region, you will see some lovely flowers growing on...

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  • 11. Site of the Greatest 19th Century Ambush

    The beautiful scenery that we witnessed on our way to Gilgit from Islamabad is a historical ambush site where Dard tribes annihilated a contingent of the...

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  • 12. Meat

    In hunza the localx are really poor people and they can't have refrigerators so they dry the meat in winter and use it in summer.every thing their is cheap but...

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  • 13. Glacier fed streams

    The first glimpse of the glacier fed streams you will get is in the Kohistan region, north of Besham at a place called Dubair. From a distance we saw someone...

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  • 14. Kargah Buddha Statue

    Situated almost 6km from Gilgit, the Buddha statue dates back to 7th or 8th century. It is carved on a cliff face at Kargah, and is quite similar to Tibetian...

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  • 15. Rock Carvings

    Shortly after the construction of the Karakorum Highway connecting Pakistan and China through the Himalayan and Karakorum mountains, researchers discovered...

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  • 16. PHANDER LAKE:

    9 hours drive from Natlar village Along the Gilgit river with beautiful scenery of Ghizr valley will take you to Phander Lake. Besides it scenic beauty, Phander...

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  • 17. Walking Up

    Near Sust (a little further south down the road) there is a road going up to a village, it is quite a long walk, but it is very rewarding. There is a very old...

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  • 18. Mountain Madness

    Hunza is famous for its mountains. They are huge, most of them above 7500 metres and change colours throughout the day according to the angle of sunlight. They...

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  • 19. Autumn Glow

    Although I didnt go in the autumn, I heard it has its own beauty in these areas. The colours of the trees are pretty interesting in autumn and the weather is...

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  • 20. Spring Beauty

    The different seasons have their own beauty in Hunza. Spring is very beautiful with lots of greenery.

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