HUNZA, the High Mountain Valley in the Karakorum, is located in the extreme north of Pakistan in Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas), fortified by the giant mountain ranges of Karakorum, Himalayas, Hindu-kush and Pamir through the Wakhan Corridor and further north neighbored by the heavenly mountains of Tianshan and Kunlunsun and historic city of Kashgar. The legendary land of Hunza is most majestically placed on the roof of the world. It falls on a junction of old Silk Route, now replaced by the KKH, Karakorum Highway, “8th wonder of the world “, snaking into the people’s Republic of China through the Khunjerab Pass 4733 M, between Oxus and Indus.
There are two very famous seasons to visit this valley, the spring season, when fruit trees erupt in white blossom and in autumn, the leaves of the trees become yellow and reddish, looks very beautiful with fall colours. The suitable period to visit to this mountain valley is April to end of October. Hunza is connected from Islamabad (capital of the country) by road and by air to Gilgit (55 minutes flight) then by road to Hunza Valley 2-3 hrs drive on Karakorum Highway, which is recently repaired by Chinese. But all the flights to Gilgit from Islamabad are subjected to weather condition. You may also approach from China Tashkurgan-Kashgar via Khunjerab Pass 4733 M that is another option.

Day-01: Arrival Islamabad, overnight at hotel
Day-02: Fly to Gilgit or drive to Chilas
Day-03: Continue to Karimabad- Hunza
Day-04: Day free for local visits
Day-05: Visit to Hopar and Duikar
Day-06: Continue to Gulmit
Day-07: Continue to Passu
Day-08: Excursion to Khunjerab Pass
Day-09: Drive to Shimshal
Day-10: Day free for local visits
Day-11: Drive back to Karimabad
Day-12: Continue to Chilas or Naran
Day-13: Continue to Islamabad
Day-14: Departure from Islamabad

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