Hunza Tours

5 Days Chilas, Hunza & Khunjerab Pass

6 Days Hunza & Hooper Valley

Hunza Valley, Hunza Nagar

6 Days Trip to Hunza & Deosai

Hunza Valley, Hunza Nagar

7 Days Hunza Naltar Hoper

8 Days Hunza & Skardu

9 Days Hunza Naltar Swat Kalam

10 Days Hunza Naltar Skardu

12 Days Hunza, Skardu & Pandar

06 Days Naran & Hunza

10 Days Hunza & Skardu

4 days Hunza & Naltar by Air

5 Days Hunza & Naltar By Air

7 Days Hunza & Skardu by Air

8 Days Hunza, Skardu, Deosai(Kdu-Kdu) By Air

8-Days-Hunza-Skardu-Deosai-(Kdu-Gil) By Air

Attraction Info
State Gilgit Baltistan
District Hunza District
(from Islamabad)
582 km (Approx.)
Altitude 2,438 meters above sea level
Attractions: Rakaposhi Viewpoint
Baltit Fort
Attabad Lake
Karakoram Highway
Eagle's Nest Viewpoint
Hopper Glacier
Khunjerab Pass
Altit Fort
Hunza Valley
Sheosar Lake
Rush Lake
Duikar Village
Clothing Summer: Light clothes, warm jacket.
Winter: Heavy woolens, thermals, gloves, hats.
Spring/Autumn: Layered clothing as temperatures can vary
Sturdy, comfortable footwear.
Weather Warm summers, cool autumns, cold winters featuring snowfall


Nestled among the grand peaks of the Karakoram mountain range lies the enchanting valley of Hunza, a jewel in Pakistan’s crown that beckons travelers with its captivating beauty. If you’re seeking an oasis of tranquility coupled with breathtaking natural scenery, then Hunza is a destination you simply must visit.
Adventure Opportunities:
  1. Majestic Mountain Landscapes:

    Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of Hunza, surrounded by towering peaks, including the famous Rakaposhi and Ultar Sar. The landscape offers a breathtaking backdrop for unforgettable moments.

  2. Cultural Riches of Karimabad:

    Explore the historic town of Karimabad, where ancient traditions and modern life coexist. Visit Baltit Fort and Altit Fort to witness the rich cultural heritage of the region.

  3. Karakoram Highway Adventure:

    Embark on a thrilling journey along the Karakoram Highway, one of the highest paved international roads. Marvel at the stunning landscapes and experience the thrill of this iconic route.

  4. Attabad Lake’s Beautiful Blue Water:

    Be captivated by the mesmerizing turquoise waters of Attabad Lake, a stunning creation after a landslide in 2010. Enjoy boat rides and take in the unparalleled scenery.

  5. Ancient Baltit Fort:

    Step back in time at Baltit Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the architectural marvels and cultural history of this ancient fort, offering panoramic views of the Hunza Valley.

  6. Unique Hunza Culture:

    Immerse yourself in the unique culture of the Hunza people. Witness traditional dance, taste local cuisine, and interact with the warm and hospitable locals.

  7. Hopper Glacier Trekking:

    For adventure seekers, Hunza offers the opportunity to trek to Hopper Glacier. Challenge yourself with the trek while enjoying spectacular views of the surrounding peaks.

  8. Khunjerab Pass – Pakistan-China Border:

    Reach the apex of your journey at Khunjerab Pass, the highest paved international border crossing. Experience the meeting point of the Karakoram Range and the Himalayas, offering unparalleled vistas.

Weather Conditions
Hunza experiences diverse weather conditions throughout the year due to its mountainous landscape. Summers are pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 30°C. Autumn brings cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall. Winters are cold, with snowfall and temperatures between -10°C to 10°C. Spring sees a gradual warming, with blooming flowers and temperatures from 10°C to 20°C. Visitors should be prepared for rapid weather changes and check forecasts before planning activities.
Pack lightweight and breathable clothing for summer (June to August), including sun protection gear. In autumn (September to November), bring layered clothing and a waterproof jacket. For winter (December to February), opt for heavy winter wear, insulated boots, and accessories for cold temperatures. In spring (March to May), mix light and warmer clothing with a waterproof jacket. Sturdy walking shoes are essential for all seasons, and consider bringing thermal layers for colder months. Check the weather forecast before packing, and be prepared for temperature variations between day and night.
Hunza is more than just a place to visit; it’s an experience that etches itself in your memory, with its enchanting landscapes, rich culture, and the welcoming hearts of its people. Whether you are an adventure seeker, a cultural aficionado, or simply in need of a peaceful retreat, Hunza promises an escape that is both invigorating and inspiring. Book your trip and discover the magic of Hunza for yourself!