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Hunza, Pakistan


Hunza Valley is a mountainous area in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. Hunza was formerly a princely state, bordering China to the north-east and Pamir to its northwest. Hunza is part of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, home to some of the world’s greatest natural treasures. For one thing, it is here where three great mountain ranges meet – the Hindu Kush, Karakoram, and Nanga Parbat. It boasts the world’s second and ninth highest mountains, K2 and Nanga Parbat. Gilgit-Baltistan in fact features five of the world’s 14 “eight-thousanders” – mountain peaks that rise 8,000 meters or more above sea level – and has an astonishing 108 peaks that are over 7,000 meters. Below 7,000, the region has so many mountains that there is neither a definitive count nor have they all been named.

Hunza is just 100 KM drive from Gilgit, and most people arrive by road and it takes almost 2 – 3 Hours to reach Hunza from Gilgit. The main bus stand is on the KKH Aliabad. There are booking agents in town for long distance buses & jeeps along the KKH. The journey from Islamabad can take as long as 24 hours. PIA offers regular 45-minute flights of small 42-seater planes between Gilgit and Islamabad. Flights are subject to weather clearance, and in winters, are often delayed by several days.

The tourist season is from May to October. The temperature in May is maximum 27°C and minimum 14°C. The October temperatures are: maximum 10°C and minimum 0°C. The valley offers Pakistan’s highest & largest ski slopes, high altitude lakes, lush green meadows and a Snow Leopard Sanctuary. Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Altit village, Duiker, Hoper glacier, Ulter Meadows.

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Visa Requirements

Need for EU Citizens.



Languages spoken


Currency Used

Pakistani rupee

Area (km2)

881.913 km2


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