Hunza Valley Tour is more worth seeing places than Skardu. Comparing the climate, road infrastructure, and hospitality, Hunza has more options than Hunza. Hunza has comparatively fewer places to visit than Skardu, but the infrastructure of Hunza Valley is quite the best for families and kids.
The beauty can never be compared to the human scale; there are more gigantic views in Skardu, which is more of a treat for trekkers and hikers. Book your Hunza Valley tour packages to witness the beauty and amazement and prove us wrong. If you have more days, you can visit both tourist destinations in one go.
Gilgit Baltistan is the land of lakes and trekking routes for adventurous and nature lovers. The most Famous Lakes in Hunza Valley Tour which can worth visiting once in your life are:
The Trekking Routes are:
There are two travel routes to reach Hunza by road – one through the Karakoram Highway in KPK and the other, the shorter one via Babusar Pass from Naran Valley. If you take this route, consider visiting Saif-ul-Muluk and Lulusar Lake in the Valley. The Naran route will only open in the Summer (June to September) and have surreal scenes for visitors.
There are variety of tour packages to Hunza visit with your families and loved ones.
To get to Hunza Valley from Islamabad, you must travel 720 km and from Lahore 1250 km. Once you are in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, you have two options to travel to Hunza Valley.
By Taking Direct Flight
The first is to fly directly to Gilgit airport and then take a 2 – 3 hour scenic drive to Hunza Valley. The Gilgit to Hunza distance is about 100km. You can choose from several rental van services to get from Gilgit to Hunza.
By Public Bus or Private Car
The most scenic option is taking a 21 – 24 hours bus from Islamabad to Hunza Valley. On the way, witness the beauty of Karakoram, Naran, Kohistan, and Kaghan Valley. There´s no direct bus from Lahore to Hunza Valley, so you must go to Islamabad first.
If you love exploring new places, We recommend taking the long trip and staying overnight at some of the must-visit areas in Pakistan, such as Naran Valley. The following day, move to Hunza Valley through Babusar Pass – the highest Pass of the Kaghan Valley.
Get Our Special Hunza Tour Packages:
We have many Hunza tour packages for friends and families throughout the year with all-inclusive services. By joining these trips, there is no need to take tension of anything. We will give you the best travel services to make your tour memorable and perfect experience. For further discussion, contact us for more details and packages.
The best time to go to Hunza Valley is generally from May to October since this is the tourist season. However, if you wish to experience the colorful autumn season, you may also visit Hunza from the 2nd to the 4th week of October. If you want to see trees with white and pink flowers, the Spring Blossom Season is famous in Hunza Valley in March and April.
Engaging with the locals is vital to maximize the enjoyment of your journey. If you don’t have sufficient time in the area, you may miss out on this crucial moments. “How many days to stay in the Hunza Valley?” you might be asking now. Our main recommendation is to save at least five days in Hunza to explore all main attraction of valley including Khunjerab Pass – Pak China Border.
To plan a Hunza Valley tour, you should first have ideas about places you want to explore and things to do.
Day 1: Drive to Naran and night stay
Day 2: Naran to Hunza Valley
Day 3: Visit Altit, Baltit Fort and Karimabad
Day 4: Visit Khunjerab Pass – China Border
Day 5: Back to Naran Valley
Day 6: Back to Home
We also have many Hunza tour plans to make your trip recreational and memorable. Contact us to customize your travel package according to your needs and budget.