Embark on a breathtaking journey to the enchanting lands of Hunza and Fairy Meadows, nestled in the majestic mountains of Pakistan. This tour promises awe-inspiring natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and unforgettable experiences that will leave you with cherished memories for a lifetime.
Day 1: Arrival in Islamabad Upon your arrival at Islamabad International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide who will assist you with the transfer to your hotel. Take the rest of the day to relax and acclimate to the surroundings.
Day 2: Islamabad to Chilas Begin your adventure with a scenic drive from Islamabad to Chilas, a picturesque town located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Karakoram Highway, passing through dramatic mountain landscapes and crossing the famous Babusar Pass.
Day 3: Chilas to Hunza Today, continue your journey to the legendary Hunza Valley. Traverse through the Karakoram Highway, renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular roads. En route, make stops at the ancient rock carvings of Shatial and the picturesque Nanga Parbat viewpoint. Arrive in Karimabad, the capital of Hunza, and be mesmerized by the panoramic views of Rakaposhi and other towering peaks.
Day 4: Exploring Hunza Valley Spend the day exploring the wonders of the Hunza Valley. Visit the centuries-old Altit and Baltit Forts, witnessing their intricate architecture and learning about the region’s fascinating history. Take a stroll through the vibrant bazaars, where you can shop for traditional handicrafts and taste delicious local cuisine. In the evening, marvel at the sunset over the snow-capped mountains from the Eagle’s Nest viewpoint.
Day 5: Hunza to Fairy Meadows Prepare for a scenic drive to Raikot Bridge, where you will transfer to 4×4 jeeps for an adventurous journey to the captivating Fairy Meadows. Trek through lush green meadows, dense forests, and wildflower-covered trails, surrounded by the towering peaks of Nanga Parbat, also known as the “Killer Mountain.” Arrive at Fairy Meadows, a place of unparalleled beauty, and settle into your comfortable accommodations.
Day 6: Exploring Fairy Meadows Indulge in the serenity of Fairy Meadows as you explore the area at your own pace. Take a leisurely walk to Bayal Camp, located at the base of Nanga Parbat, or hike to the vantage points for magnificent views of the surrounding landscapes. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature and savor the peaceful atmosphere of this remote mountain paradise.
Day 7: Fairy Meadows to Islamabad Bid farewell to Fairy Meadows as you make your way back to Raikot Bridge by jeep. Continue the scenic drive to Islamabad, where you will spend the night. Reflect on the incredible experiences and breathtaking vistas you have encountered throughout your journey.
Day 8: Departure As your tour comes to an end, your guide will arrange your transfer to Islamabad International Airport for your departure. Take with you the memories of the stunning landscapes, warm hospitality, and cultural richness of Hunza and Fairy Meadows.
Note: The itinerary provided is a general outline and can be customized based on your preferences, available time, and specific requirements.
Embarking on a tour to Hunza and Fairy Meadows is a soul-stirring experience that will immerse you in the raw beauty of nature, introduce you to the rich local culture, and provide an opportunity for reflection and rejuvenation. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure that will leave you captivated by the wonders of Pakistan’s mountainous landscapes.
•Flight form Islamabad to Gilgit
•Welcome Clients and shift to Suv Prado
• Heads towards Fairy Meadows
•Shift to 4x4 local jeeps from Raikot Bridge
•Enjoy and adventurous ride towards Tattu valley
•Reach Tattu & start hiking towards Fairy Meadows (4 hrs Hike)
• Reach Fairy Meadows Hotel Point
• Settle in cottages
• Enjoy our evening gazing at stars in front of the mighty Nanga Parbat
•Breakfast at Cottage
•Head towards Bayal camp
•Explore the wilderness of fairy meadows all day
•Visit Bayal camp & rest for a while
•Push towards Base camp | Reach Base camp and enjoy quality time
•Back to cottages
•Enjoy bonfire and overnight stay
•Breakfast at hotel
•Head back towards jeep point
•Reach Raikot & shift to own vehicles | Head towards Hunza
•Stopover at Rakaposhi view point
• Reach Hunza & shift to hotel
• Rest & freshen up | Enjoy Sunset over Hunza valley from Eagles Nest view point
• Overnight stay at hotel
•Breakfast at hotel
•Explore Karimabad Market | Visit Karimabad fort
•Head towards Altit valley & explore its old settelment
•Visit Royal Gardens of Altit | Visit Altit fort
•Visit Kha Basi local café for a genuine taste of local cuisines
•Head towards Hoper valley | Sightseeing all along the way
•Visit Hoper glacier & enjoy quality time exploring Hoper valley
•Back to hotel & overnight stay
•Breakfast at hotel
•Head towards Attabad lake
• Enjoy boating and water sports • Visit Hussaini Suspension bridge
•Visit Passu cones & Passu glacier
•Head back towards Gilgit
•Visit Gilgit Bazaar for shopping
•Overnight stay at hotel
•Breakfast at hotel
•Head towards Airport
•Drop & see off guests
The best time to visit is during the spring and summer months, from April to September. This period offers pleasant weather, clear skies, and blooming flowers. However, please note that the weather can be unpredictable in the mountains, so it's advisable to check local conditions before planning your trip.
Yes, there are several accommodation options available in both Hunza and Fairy Meadows. These range from luxury hotels and resorts to guesthouses and campsites. It's recommended to book your accommodations in advance, especially during the peak tourist season.
In Hunza, you must visit the Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Karimabad Bazaar, Attabad Lake, and the viewpoint at Eagle's Nest. In Fairy Meadows, the main attraction is the stunning view of Nanga Parbat, also known as the "Killer Mountain." You can also consider trekking to the base camp of Nanga Parbat if you're an experienced hiker.
Yes, hiring a local guide or joining a tour is highly recommended for a smooth and enjoyable experience. Local guides are knowledgeable about the region, its culture, and can assist with transportation, accommodation, and arranging permits if required.
Yes, it's important to respect the local culture