Hunza Valley – 7 Day Tour

7 Days

Nestled in the northern folds of Pakistan, Hunza Valley unfolds a tale as rich and timeless as the majestic mountains that cradle it. The history of Hunza dates back centuries, a testament to the resilience of its people and the cultural tapestry that has flourished in this breathtaking region.

Hunza Valley Tour

Hunza Valley Pakistan

The history of Hunza is a story of ancient trade routes and strategic significance. Positioned along the Silk Road, the valley served as a vital trading hub, connecting Central Asia with South Asia. Its mountainous terrain, while challenging, provided a natural fortress that safeguarded the interests of the local rulers. The people of Hunza, predominantly of Burusho descent, have cultivated a unique and enduring culture. Their language, Burushaski, remains distinct, spoken with pride and preserving the linguistic heritage of the region. Hunza is also home to the Ismaili Muslims, followers of the Aga Khan, contributing to the cultural diversity that defines the valley.

The architectural gems of Hunza tell tales of its past. Baltit Fort, perched on a hilltop, is a living testament to the region’s history. Dating back over 700 years, the fort narrates stories of the ancient rulers and the changing dynamics of power. Nearby, Altit Fort stands as another architectural marvel, boasting a legacy that spans centuries. Hunza’s cultural festivals reflect the vibrancy of its people. The annual “Jashn-e-Baharan” (Spring Festival) is a celebration of the arrival of spring, marked by traditional dances, music, and the colorful display of local arts and crafts. These festivities offer visitors a glimpse into the lively spirit of the Hunza community.

Now, let’s embark on a journey to explore the enchanting places that make Hunza a traveler’s paradise. Karimabad, the main town of Hunza, is a charming settlement surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes. The ancient Baltit Fort and the serene Baltit village are must-visit destinations, offering a blend of history and natural beauty. Attabad Lake, a turquoise gem formed after a landslide in 2010, captivates with its vivid colors against the backdrop of rugged mountains. A boat ride on the lake provides not just a scenic experience but also a moment to appreciate the resilience of the local communities.

Eagle’s Nest, a vantage point near Duikar Village, offers panoramic views of the valley and surrounding peaks. The sunset and sunrise from this spot are nothing short of magical, casting a warm glow over the mountains and the Hunza River below. For adventure enthusiasts, Hopper Glacier is a trekking paradise. The journey through lush landscapes leads to the glacier, surrounded by lofty peaks, providing a thrilling experience in the heart of nature.

Hunza Valley Tour Highlights

Explore the captivating Hunza Valley Pakistan on a 7-day journey filled with awe-inspiring landscapes, rich cultural experiences, and warm hospitality. Your adventure begins in Islamabad, the nation’s capital, where you can acclimate and visit iconic landmarks like Faisal Mosque, Daman-e-Koh, and Lok Virsa Museum.

The second day takes you on a scenic drive from Islamabad to Chilas via the legendary Karakoram Highway. Along the way, you’ll encounter the mesmerizing Shatial Petroglyphs and the point where the Karakoram, Himalayas, and Hindu Kush mountains converge.

Karakoram Highway

Day three continues your voyage as you head further along the Karakoram Highway, arriving in Hunza Valley, renowned for its rugged beauty and the iconic Nanga Parbat. In Karimabad, the valley’s main town, you’ll immerse yourself in culture and natural beauty with visits to Baltit Fort and Baltit Village.

Altit Fort

On the fourth day, you’ll explore the valley, visit Altit Fort, stroll through Shishkin Garden, and shop for local handicrafts at Karimabad Bazaar. As the day ends, you can marvel at the breathtaking views of Rakaposhi and Ultar Sar mountains.

Attabad Lake

Day five will take you to Attabad Lake, a stunning turquoise gem formed after a landslide in 2010. A boat ride across its waters reveals its unique beauty. Later, in Gojal Valley, you can cross the picturesque Hussaini Suspension Bridge before returning to Karimabad.

Khunjerab Pass

Prepare for an exhilarating day trip to Khunjerab Pass, the Pakistan-China border, on day six. The journey involves a scenic drive through Khunjerab National Park with opportunities to spot wildlife. The day culminates with a visit to the Khunjerab Top, the highest point on the Karakoram Highway.

On the final day, you’ll bid farewell to your hotel and return to Chilas or Gilgit, with the option to explore the captivating Naltar Valley or the serene Fairy Meadows (not included). The adventure concludes as you return to Islamabad for your departure flight or onward travel.

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Explore the captivating Hunza Valley in Pakistan, beginning in Islamabad and its iconic landmarks. Drive along the Karakoram Highway, stopping to admire Shatial Petroglyphs. In the heart of Hunza Valley, visit Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, and the serene Shishkin Garden. Explore local handicrafts at Karimabad Bazaar. Discover the striking Attabad Lake, and the picturesque Hussaini Suspension Bridge, and make an exhilarating day trip to Khunjerab Pass. Depending on the time, visit Naltar Valley before concluding your journey in Islamabad.


Your enchanting 7-day Hunza tour begins in Islamabad, Pakistan's capital.
Check into your accommodation and unwind after your journey.
Time permitting, explore Islamabad's landmarks like Faisal Mosque, Daman-e-Koh, and Lok Virsa Museum.

Set out early on a picturesque drive along the world-renowned Karakoram Highway to Chilas.
Marvel at the awe-inspiring Shatial Petroglyphs and the convergence of the Karakoram, Himalayas, and Hindu Kush mountain ranges.
Rest and rejuvenate in Chilas for the night.

Continue your scenic journey along the Karakoram Highway, taking in the rugged beauty and iconic Nanga Parbat.
Arrive in the heart of Hunza Valley, Karimabad, and settle into your accommodation.
Explore the historical gems of Baltit Fort and Baltit Village.

Immerse yourself in the charm of Hunza Valley.
Visit Altit Fort, stroll through Shishkin Garden, and shop for local crafts at Karimabad Bazaar.
As the day winds down, savor the awe-inspiring views of Rakaposhi and Ultar Sar mountains.

Venture to the mesmerizing Attabad Lake, known for its turquoise waters resulting from a 2010 landslide.
Enjoy a boat ride on the lake to absorb its unique beauty.
Explore the picturesque Hussaini Suspension Bridge in Gojal Valley.
Return to Karimabad for a well-deserved rest.

Embark on an epic day trip to Khunjerab Pass, marking the Pakistan-China border.
Traverse Khunjerab National Park, offering wildlife-spotting opportunities.
Gaze in wonder at Khunjerab Top, the highest point on the Karakoram Highway.
Return to Karimabad for an evening of relaxation.

Bid farewell to Karimabad and journey back to Chilas or Gilgit.

Conclude your unforgettable Hunza tour as you return to Islamabad, marking the end of this incredible journey.


  • All domestic flights and road transfers
  • All hotel accommodation (twin sharing room)
  • All camping site and bridge fees
  • Licensed professional guide (government requirement)
  • First aid medicine kit (basic)


  • International airfare and airport taxes.
  • Visa fee for Pakistan and personal insurance of the clients.
  • Tips for drivers, porters and staff
  • Optional excursions or deviations from the scheduled tour
  • Sleeping bag and all personal expenses such as telephone charges, liquor or soft drinks,
  • Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely
  • Any other service that is not mentioned in the list above.
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