Embark on a breathtaking 8-day journey with Tour My Pakistan’s Hunza Tour Package, where nature’s wonders unfold in the heart of Northern Pakistan of Hunza Valley. Nestled amidst the majestic peaks of the Karakoram Range, Hunza Valley is a true gem, boasting breathtaking landscapes and a rich cultural tapestry. Our Tour My Pakistan package ensures an immersive experience, allowing you to explore the timeless beauty of Hunza’s turquoise lakes, ancient forts, and vibrant local bazaars. In the 8 days Hunza tour Package you can visit best tourist places of Hunza valley including the the awe-inspiring panorama of Rakaposhi, Ultar Sar, and the iconic Ladyfinger Peak as you traverse through this Himalayan paradise. Immerse yourself in the warmth of Hunza’s hospitality, savoring local delicacies and engaging with the indigenous communities. Whether you seek adventure through trekking the renowned Rakaposhi Base Camp or crave serenity by the serene Attabad Lake, our Hunza Valley tour Package promises an unforgettable adventure. Let Tour My Pakistan be your gateway to an extraordinary expedition, where every moment is a brushstroke painting the canvas of your unforgettable journey.
8 Days Hunza Tour Package Itineary
Certainly! Here’s an adjusted 8-day itinerary for a road trip to Hunza without including Islamabad and Skardu:
Day 1: Arrival in Naran
- Arrive in Naran
- Transfer to your hotel
- Rest and acclimate to the local time zone
Day 2: Naran to Hunza
- Depart for Hunza early in the morning
- Drive to Hunza (Approximately 12-14 hours)
- Enroute stops at Babusar Top, Chilas, and Karakoram Highway
- Arrive in Hunza and check into your hotel
Day 3: Explore Karimabad (Hunza)
- Visit Baltit Fort
- Explore Karimabad Bazaar
- Visit Altit Fort
- Enjoy the stunning views of Ultar Sar, Ladyfinger Peak, and Hunza Valley
Day 4: Khunjerab Pass Excursion
- Full-day excursion to Khunjerab Pass (Pak-China border)
- Enroute stops at Attabad Lake, Passu Cones, and Hussaini Suspension Bridge
- Return to Hunza in the evening
Day 5: Hunza Valley Exploration
- Visit Hopper Glacier
- Explore Nagar Valley
- Relax and enjoy the serene surroundings of Hunza
Day 6: Karakoram Highway to Gilgit
- Drive to Gilgit (Approximately 2-3 hours)
- Enroute stops at Rakaposhi View Point and Karakoram Highway
- Explore Gilgit town upon arrival
Day 7: Gilgit to Naltar Valley
- Full-day excursion to Naltar Valley
- Visit Naltar Lakes and enjoy outdoor activities
- Return to Gilgit in the evening
Day 8: Departure
- Depart from Gilgit for your onward journey, Islamabad.
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Q1: What is the best time to visit Hunza Valley?
Answer: The best time to visit Hunza Valley is during the months of May to October when the weather is relatively mild, and the roads are accessible. This period offers stunning views of blooming flowers, clear skies, and pleasant temperatures, making it ideal for outdoor activities.
Q2: How can I reach Hunza Valley?
Answer: Hunza Valley is accessible by both air and road. The nearest airport is in Gilgit, and from there, you can either take a domestic flight or hire a vehicle for a scenic road journey. The road journey from Gilgit to Karimabad, the main town in Hunza, offers breathtaking views but may take several hours depending on the mode of transportation.
Q3: Are there trekking opportunities in Hunza Valley?
Answer: Yes, Hunza Valley is a trekker’s paradise. There are several trekking routes catering to different difficulty levels. Popular treks include the Rakaposhi Base Camp trek, the Hopper Glacier trek, and the trek to Fairy Meadows. Trekkers can explore the pristine landscapes, alpine meadows, and get close to some of the highest peaks in the Karakoram Range.
Q4: What cultural attractions are there in Hunza Valley?
Answer: Hunza Valley is rich in cultural heritage. Visitors can explore ancient forts like Baltit Fort and Altit Fort, which showcase the traditional architecture and lifestyle of the region. The local bazaar Karimabad offer a chance to interact with the friendly locals and purchase handmade crafts and traditional artifacts.
Q5: Is it safe to travel to Hunza Valley?
Answer: Yes, Hunza Valley is generally considered safe for tourists. The locals are welcoming, and the region has a reputation for being peaceful. However, it’s always advisable to check for any travel advisories before planning your trip and to respect local customs and traditions.
Q6: What should I pack for a trip to Hunza Valley?
Answer: Pack accordingly for varying weather conditions. Essentials include warm clothing, comfortable trekking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a camera for capturing the stunning landscapes, and any necessary medications. It’s also advisable to carry a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.