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7 Days

Tour Type

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Group Size

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English, Urdu

About this tour

A Tour to Naran and Hunza Valley is a mesmerizing journey that takes you through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. From lush green meadows to majestic mountains and turquoise lakes, this tour offers a delightful blend of natural beauty and cultural exploration.

The tour typically starts from Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, where you will be picked up by our professional and experienced guides. The journey to Naran and Hunza Valley is a scenic drive that takes you through winding mountain roads, picturesque valleys, and charming villages.

Naran, the first stop on the tour, is a small town nestled in the Kaghan Valley. It is famous for its stunning views of snow-covered peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and verdant meadows. Here, you can explore attractions such as Saiful Muluk Lake, Lake Lulusar, Babusar Pass, and the enchanting Ansoo Lake. You can also indulge in activities like horse riding, fishing, and hiking, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty of the surroundings.

As the journey continues, you will proceed towards the legendary Hunza Valley. Known as the “Shangri-La of the Karakoram,” Hunza Valley is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. The valley offers a captivating blend of towering mountains, terraced fields, orchards laden with fruit trees, and ancient forts.

In Hunza Valley, you can visit attractions such as Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Attabad Lake, Hussaini Bridge, and the famous Karimabad Bazaar. The friendly locals will warmly welcome you, and you can learn about the unique traditions, music, and cuisine of the region. Don’t forget to try the delicious local dishes like Hunza apricots, walnut cake, and traditional Hunza bread.

For adventure enthusiasts, there are ample opportunities for trekking and hiking in both Naran and Hunza Valley. You can embark on thrilling treks to Rakaposhi Base Camp, Fairy Meadows, Nanga Parbat Base Camp, and the famous Khunjerab Pass, which is the highest paved international border crossing in the world.

During your tour, you will be provided with comfortable accommodation options ranging from hotels to guesthouses, allowing you to relax and rejuvenate after a day of exploration. Our experienced guides will accompany you throughout the journey, providing valuable insights, ensuring your safety, and making your experience truly memorable.

Whether you are a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or someone who appreciates cultural diversity, a tour to Naran and Hunza Valley promises an unforgettable experience. The combination of awe-inspiring landscapes, warm hospitality, and rich cultural heritage makes this journey a must for anyone visiting Pakistan. So, pack your bags and get ready for an extraordinary adventure in the lap of nature.


  • Islamabad – Kaghan – Naran – Lulusar lake – Babosar top – 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 – Husaini Bridge – Passu
  • cones -- Sost – Khunjarab pass


  • 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


•Greet & welcome Clients
•Departure from Islamabad
•Stopover at Kunhar River point Balakot
•Stopover at Kiwai water streams to enjoy quality time
•Sightseeing at Kaghan Valley
•Stopover at Naran water streams
•Reach Naran and shift to hotel
•Rest for a while and explore the night life of Naran Bazaar
•Back to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at hotel
•Head towards Gilgit
•Sightseeing at Batakundi
•Stopover at road side water streams
•Sightseeing at Burwai and Jalkhad
•Lunch Break at Baisal
•Visit Lulusar lake and enjoy quality time
•Reach Babosar top and enjoy an amazing view all over
•Head towards Gilgit
•Reach Gilgit and shift to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at hotel
•Heads towards Hunza Valley while sightseeing along Karakorum Highway
•Stopover at Rakaposhi view point
•Sightseeing at Nagar Valley
•Reach Hunza
•Visit Karimabad Bazaar & Karimabad Fort | Shift 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
•Visit Attabad Lake & enjoy water activities
•Head back towards hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

•Breakfast at hotel
•Head towards Pak China Border
•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 Hotel
•Stopover at Rakaposhi view point
•Head back to Naran
•Stopover at Babosar top
•Stopover at Baisal
•Reach Naran and shift to hotel
•Overnight stay at hotel

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


7 Days 6 Nights



Frequently asked questions

The travel time from Islamabad to Naran is approximately 8 to 9 hours by road. To reach Hunza Valley from Naran, it takes an additional 6 to 7 hours. The duration may vary depending on road conditions and traffic.

In Naran, you should visit attractions like Saif-ul-Malook Lake, Lalazar Plateau, Babusar Top, and Naran Bazaar. In Hunza Valley, must-visit places include Karimabad (Baltit and Altit Forts), Attabad Lake, Eagle's Nest viewpoint, Passu Cones, and Khunjerab Pass (if accessible).

Yes, Hunza Valley is famous for its cherry blossoms. The blooming season usually occurs in late March to mid-April, depending on weather conditions. It's a beautiful time to visit and witness the pink and white blossoms covering the valley.

Yes, it is possible to visit Naran and Hunza Valley in winter, but the weather conditions can be harsh and roads may be blocked due to snowfall. Winter travel requires careful planning and preparation for cold temperatures. It is advisable to visit during the summer months for a more pleasant experience.

The local cuisine in Naran and Hunza Valley is influenced by the regional culture. You can savor traditional dishes such as Chapshuro, Seekh Kebabs, Trout fish, and various types of rice dishes. Don't miss the opportunity to try the famous Hunza apricots and walnut products.

Yes, the people of Naran and Hunza Valley celebrate various cultural festivals and events throughout the year. The most famous festival in Hunza Valley is the "Hunza Cultural Festival," which showcases the region's traditional music, dance, and customs. Other events include the Apricot Blossom Festival and the Shandur Polo Festival.

Yes, you can extend your trip to visit nearby attractions such as Skardu, Shigar Valley, Gilgit, and the Deosai Plains. These places offer unique landscapes, historical sites, and adventure opportunities, enhancing your overall experience in the region.

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