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Duration

7 Days

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

9 people

Languages

English, Urdu

About this tour

If you’re seeking a breathtaking and unforgettable adventure, a tour to Hunza Valley via Bisham should be at the top of your travel bucket list. Nestled in the heart of the Karakoram mountain range in northern Pakistan, the Hunza Valley is often referred to as the “Jewel of Pakistan’s Northern Areas” due to its awe-inspiring natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality of the locals. Embarking on this journey via Bisham allows you to witness the stunning landscapes and immerse yourself in the enchanting traditions of this region.

Your journey to Hunza Valley begins in Bisham, a small town located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Bisham serves as an ideal starting point, offering convenient access to the Karakoram Highway (KKH), one of the world’s most renowned and scenic roadways. The KKH winds its way through the dramatic terrain of the Karakoram mountain range, treating travelers to awe-inspiring views of rugged peaks, roaring rivers, and cascading waterfalls.

As you venture along the Karakoram Highway, you’ll pass through charming towns and villages, each offering a unique glimpse into the local way of life. The journey itself is an adventure, with every turn revealing a new vista that will leave you in awe. Be sure to have your camera ready to capture the majestic mountain ranges, lush green valleys, and crystal-clear streams that dot the landscape.

After a picturesque drive, you’ll arrive at your destination: Hunza Valley. Known for its breathtaking scenery, Hunza Valley is surrounded by towering peaks, including Rakaposhi, Ultar Sar, and Ladyfinger Peak. The valley is also home to the majestic Hunza River, which flows through the heart of the region, adding to its natural splendor.

The beauty of Hunza Valley goes beyond its landscapes. The region is renowned for its warm and welcoming people who belong to the ethnic group called the Burusho. Their rich cultural heritage is evident in the traditional dances, music, and vibrant festivals that take place throughout the year. Interacting with the locals and learning about their customs and way of life is an integral part of the Hunza experience.

While in Hunza Valley, there are several must-visit attractions that will leave a lasting impression. Karimabad, the main town in the valley, is famous for its ancient Baltit and Altit forts, which offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the valley below. Strolling through the narrow streets of Karimabad, you’ll find local markets filled with unique handicrafts, gemstones, and traditional Hunza cuisine.

Additionally, a visit to Attabad Lake is a must. This stunning turquoise-colored lake was formed due to a massive landslide and provides a surreal setting against the backdrop of the mountains. You can take a boat ride on the lake or simply sit by the shore and soak in the tranquility.

For adventure enthusiasts, Hunza Valley offers a plethora of activities. You can embark on thrilling hikes to nearby glaciers, such as the famous Passu Glacier or the Batura Glacier, both offering stunning views and opportunities for exploration. Rock climbing, mountaineering, and trekking are also popular activities for those seeking an adrenaline rush.

As the sun sets over the mountains, the valley takes on a magical aura. Watching the golden hues bathe the peaks while the stars begin to twinkle in the night sky is an experience that will stay etched in your memory forever.

A tour to Hunza Valley via Bisham is an unforgettable journey through some of the most picturesque landscapes in the world. It offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure, leaving travelers with a sense of wonder and an appreciation for the hidden gems that exist within Pakistan’s Northern Areas. So, pack your bags, embark on this enchanting voyage, and let the mesmerizing beauty of Hunza Valley captivate your soul.

Highlights

  • Islamabad – Mansehra -- Bisham – Chillas– Nanga Parbat view point
  • Junction point – Rakaposhi view point – Nagar – Gilgit –Nomal valley
  • –Karimabad – Altit village – Eagles Nest – Attabad Tunnels – Attabad
  • Lake – 3 Mountain excursion – Royal Gardens – Eagles Nest – Hoper
  • Glacier – Hoper Valley – Husaini Bridge – Passu cones -- Sost –
  • Khunjarab pass – Naltar valley – Blue lake – pari lake – Satrangi lake

Included/Excluded

  • Exclusive Private Transport
  • Professional Driver
  • Fuel Expenses & Road tolls
  • Daily Driver and Guide expenses
  • 4x4 Jeep where required
  • Professional tour Guide
  • Hotel Accommodation (3 star)
  • Daily Breakfast included
  • 24/7 Expert assistance
  • Any sort of tickets forts / Museums / Activities
  • Beverages, Laundry
  • Lunch Dinner
  • Extras at Hotel
  • medical emergency
  • Gratuities / Tips

Itinerary

•Greet & welcome Clients
•Departure from Islamabad
•Stopover at Bisham
•Stopover at Dassu & Sumar Nala
•Drive all day towards Chillas with consecutive stopovers
• Reach Chillas and transfer to Hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at Hotel Heads towards Hunza Valley while sightseeing along KKH
•Stopover at Junction Point & Nanga Parbat viewpoint
•Stopover at Rakaposhi viewpoint
•Sightseeing at Aliabad Bazaar
•Visit Karimabad Bazaar & Karimabad Fort
•Enjoy quality time shopping around| Visit café de Hunza
•Back to hotel
•Overnight stay at Hotel

•Breakfast at Hotel
•Head towards Altit Valley
•Visit historical Altit fort & Royal Gardens
•Visit Eagles Nest view point
•Head towards Nagar Hoper valley
•Visit Hoper glacier
•Visit hoper gem stones market
•Head back towards hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at hotel
•Head towards Pak China Border
•Visit Attabad Lake & enjoy water activities
•Visit Hussaini Hanging bridge
•Sightseeing at Passu cones stopover at Sost Valley
•Explore Khunjerab National Park
•Visit Pak China Border Head Back towards hotel
•Stopover at Yak grill / Mountain breeze café
•Back to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at the hotel
•Head towards Naltar valley
•Reach Naltar valley & enjoy sightseeing
•Enjoy the Naltar chairlift ride (if operational)
•Visit Snow leopard conservation area & get to see snow leopard
•Enjoy all day exploring Naltar valley
•Head back towards Gilgit
•Shift to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at the hotel
•Head towards Bisham
•Stopover at Sumar Nala
•Stopover at Dassu
•Reach Bisham | shift to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at Hotel
•Head towards Islamabad
•Stopover along the way
•Reach Islamabad

Durations

7 Days 6 Nights

Language

English
Urdu

Frequently asked questions

Yes, there are various accommodations available in Hunza Valley to suit different budgets and preferences. You can find hotels, guesthouses, and even homestays in Karimabad and other villages in the valley. It's advisable to make your bookings in advance, especially during the peak tourist season, to secure your preferred accommodation.

Hunza Valley is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Some of the must-visit attractions include the Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Attabad Lake, Passu Cones, Karimabad Bazaar, Eagle's Nest viewpoint, and the stunning views of Rakaposhi and Ladyfinger peaks. Additionally, exploring the local villages and interacting with the friendly locals is highly recommended for an authentic experience.

n Hunza Valley, you can engage in a variety of activities such as trekking, hiking, and nature walks. There are several trekking routes available, ranging from easy walks to challenging hikes, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. You can also visit the local orchards, try traditional Hunza cuisine, attend cultural events, and participate in local festivals if you happen to be there during the festive season.

Yes, hiring a local guide is highly recommended, especially if you want to explore the region's hidden gems and learn about its history, culture, and traditions. A local guide can help you navigate the area, provide insights into the local way of life, and assist in arranging activities and transportation. You can find guides through tour agencies or inquire at your accommodation in Hunza Valley.

Yes, you can extend your trip beyond Hunza Valley and explore other nearby destinations in the Gilgit-Baltistan region. Some popular options include visiting Gilgit city, Skardu, Fairy Meadows, Naltar Valley, Khunjerab Pass (bordering China), and the Shigar Valley. These places offer stunning landscapes, historical sites, and unique cultural experiences, providing you with more opportunities to discover the beauty of the region.

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