Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Approximately 8:30 PM.
Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
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An account wrote by John Bidulf in his book 'Tribes of Hindukush' “ The ruling family of Hunza is called Ayesha (heavenly). The two states of Hunza and Nagar were formerly one, ruled by a branch of the Shahreis, the ruling family of Gilgit, whose seat of government was Nager. First muslim came to Hunza-Nagar Valley some 1000 years (At the time of Imam Islām Shāh 30th Imam Ismaili Muslims).
Arrival Islamabad :
Arrival Islamabad late night transfer to hotel and overnight stay in hotel.
Exploration of Islamabad the capital of Pakistan and Old city Rawalpindi
After breakfasts visit Facial mosque, the view point of the capital, you will also visit the constitution avenue, Supreme courts, Parliament house, National Assembly and national Heritage museum. Lunch in Rawalpindi in Pakistan family restaurant and after lunch visit the old Raja bazar (King Market).In the evening visit Pakistan Monument. Overnight in hotel.
5 to 7 Hours
After breakfast at 6 am drive to Narran if the Babusar pass open, if it’s close due to snow you will drive to Chilas, the 1st district of Gilgit Baltistan. On the way stop site seen and photography stop. You will enjoy the view of the Great Indus river and the KKH. Lunch at Besham the midway between Islamabad and Chilas. Site seen famous rock Painting at Shahtayal the area of KPK. and overnight stay at Chilas Shangri-La
8 to 12 Hours
Narran/Chilas –Karimabad Hunza
Drive to Karimabad Hunza , the district headquarter of Hunza .On the way to stop the view of point of Pakistan second highest mountain Naga Parbat 8125m.Your next stop on the meeting point of three great mountain range Karakorum, Himalaya and Hindukush .Lunch at Gilgit or Rakaposhi (7788m)view point and drive to Karimabad . On way stop for site seen of mountain and river with small village. Overnight in hotel.
8 to 10 Hours
Full day Exploration of cultural and Heritage of Hunza Valley
Today you will enjoy the sunrise view at 4 am in the morning. After the interesting activities, you will enjoy your breakfast. After breakfast walk to the Karimabad local market and visit Baltit forts which are 900 year old king places, walk to the next village and enjoy the village life and also visit Altit Fort, which is 1100 year old. Lunch at the royal Garden of Altit fort in a local traditional restaurant, you will enjoy some local food. Walk back to you hotel and free time for your rest. Overnight in hotel.
Karimabad Hunza-Passu Gojal
Drive to Gulmit the winter resort of rulers of Hunza and especially famous for the winter migratory bird hunt. En route to Gulmit observe the famous Ultar peak from Ganish and then proceed to Gulmit. Atta Abad lake is one of the most attractive tourist destinations. You will cross second longest tunnel of Pakistan, which build be Chinese from 2010 to 2016.you will enjoy the view of the Atta bad lake. Today a short excursion to Hussaini, Ghulkin, Gulmit villages. Lunch at Gulmit and drive to Passu for overnight stay.
Passu –Khunjerab – Passu
Morning drive to the border of Pakistan and China above 4000m. Short rest at the top, on the way see ibex and other mountain animal and on arrival Sost visiting the border town. Where is the Pakistan Custom office and Cost Port the business place of China and Pakistan located? Lunch at e sost and drive back to Passu. Overnight in Passu.
6 to 8 Hours
Passu –Borith Lake and Passu Glaciers.
In the morning drive to Passu view point and also move surround area for photography, Back to hotel for breakfast and walk to the supinations bridge in Passu or Hunaasi lunch at Borith lake and have nice view of Passu glacier and Ghulkin glacier. Overnight at Passu.
Passu- Gilgit- Phander Valley
After breakfast drive back to Gilgit, stop for pictures and tack tea break at the famous Rakaposhi view point and drive to Gilgit. Lunch at Lunch at Gakuch and trip to Phander enjoy the view of Phander rivers, stop for pictures and overnight in Phander valley.
6 to 8 Hours
Exploration and fishing day
Today is relax day for fishing and visit the river site for photography. In the evening walk on the lake site and reading time. overnight in the hotel.
5 to 7 Hours
Phander- Gilgit Chilas
After breakfast drive to Chilas. tea break in Gakuch. Drive to Gilgit and tack lunch in Gilgit and processed toward Chilas. On the stop the view point of Naga Parbat which is the second heights mountain in Pakistan, Which is also known as a killer mountain. Overnight in Chilas.
8 to 10 Hours
Chilas –Narran or Besham to Abbottabad.
You have two options, 1st option is Besham the way which you used to came up, the second option is Narran Valley, which is going through Babusar pass which is 4173m mountain pass. Lovely green valley with lunch and meadow. Lunch at Narran or Besham and Overnight at in Abbottabad.
9 to 11 Hours
Abbottabad– Taxila- Islamabad
After breakfast drive to Islamabad on the way visit Taxila Buddhist Archaeology sites and Museum in Taxila and drive towards Islamabad, after short visit of the capital enjoy your dinner at Pakistani local restaurant.8 pm Drive to Airport.
6 to 8 Hours
End Of the Tour
Local languages Spoken
The local languages spoken include Burushaski, Wakhi
The literacy rate of the Hunza valley is more than 77%.
The historical area of Hunza and present northern Pakistan has had, over the centuries, mass migrations, conflicts and resettling of tribes and ethnicities, of which the Dardic Shina
race is the most prominent in regional history. People of the region have recounted their historical traditions down the generations. The Hunza Valley is also home to some Wakhi,
who migrated there from northeastern Afghanistan beginning in the nineteenth century onwards.
The longevity of Hunza people has been noted by some,
but others refute this as a longevity myth
and cite a life expectancy of 110 years for men and 122 for women with a high standard deviation.
There is no evidence that Hunza life expectancy is significantly above the average of poor, isolated regions of Pakistan. Claims of health and long life were almost always based solely on the statements by the local mir (king). An author who had significant and sustained contact with Burusho people, John Clark, reported that they were overall unhealthy.