Cherry Blossom In Hunza

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  • 09 Days
  • Departure: Islamabad
  • March - April

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Hunza Valley, a cradle of history and culture, has witnessed centuries of civilization’s ebb and flow. It’s here that you’ll explore the storied Baltit Fort, a testament to the enduring legacy of the Hunza’kuts and the valley enveloped  by the mighty peaks of the Karakoram range above 7000 meters. The gateway to our adventure lies at the heart of the Karakoram, where the legendary Karakoram Highway begins its winding ascent. This engineering marvel stretches for over a thousand kilometers, connecting Pakistan to China through Khunjerab Pass 4700m.

Services Included

  • 08 Nights Accommodation in hotel
  • Coaster Saloon Bus with fuel, toll tax, driver
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Entrance Fee

Services Excluded

  • Any item not mentioned above
  • Airfare
  • Extra expenses/portages/tips/laundry

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Islamabad

Arrive Islamabad, Receive and transfer to the hotel.

Overnight at hotel.

(No meals)

In case of early arrival previous night is not included

Day 2 - ISLAMABAD – CHILAS

Breakfast at hotel
Drive to Chilas via Karakoram Highway.
Upon arrival transfer to the hotel
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Chilas

Day 3 - CHILAS – HUNZA

Breakfast at hotel
Drive to Hunza enroute visiting Chilas rock carvings,
Nanga Parbat viewpoint, meeting point of 3 mountain
ranges and Rakaposhi View Point.
Upon arrival transfer to the hotel
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Hunza

Day 4 - KARIMABAD SIGHTSEEING

Breakfast at hotel
Morning proceed to visit including Baltit Fort, Karimabad Bazar,
Altit Fort & Village
Evening drive Duikar View Point to witness sunset.
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Hunza

Day 5 - KHUNJERAB PASS EXCURSION (UPPER HUNZA)

Breakfast at hotel
Full day excursion to Khunjerab Pass (subject to road/snow condition)
Enroute visit Attabad Lake. Enjoy views of Cathedral Peaks (Passu Cones) and glaciers.
Drive back to Passu
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Passu

Day 6 - HUNZA – GILGIT

After leisurely drive to Gilgit, upon arrival visit rock carved Kargah
Buddha, The Kargah Buddha, locally known as Yashani, is an exceptional archaeological site situated approximately 9 km outside the main city of Gilgit. Dating back to the 7th century, this large Buddha figure is intricately carved into solid rock in Kargah Nala. The site holds historical significance, as Gilgit was a prominent Buddhist center from the 3rd to the 11th century. Later visit Gilgit bazaar.
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Gilgit

Day 7 - GILGIT – BESHAM

Breakfast at hotel
Drive to Besham. Lunch on the way in local restaurant
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Besham

Day 8 - BESHAM – TAXILA - ISLAMABAD

Breakfast at hotel.
Drive to Islamabad. On the way visit
Taxila city: Taxila museum, Julian &
Sirkap Buddhist Monastery, Faisal mosque
Farewell dinner in Islamabad 

Day 9 - Transfer to Islamabad airport

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, followed by a transfer to Islamabad International Airport for your homeward-bound flight

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FAQ

Do you provide letter of invitation?

Yes. We are government licensed tour operators and will provide LOI for your visa if you book a tour with us.

Can I get a single room?

Our pricing is based on twin/double sharing room. You can opt for single room with extra charges.

Do you have airport pickup/drop service?

Yes, we do have Pick up services from the airport

Do you have insurance covered?

You must have your own international travel insurance with an adventure travel add-on.

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