Visit Hunza and Nagar Valley in Gilgit Baltistan
Want to see the 8th wonder of the world in Pakistan? The Karakoram Highway is a 1300 km national road that follows many parts of the old Silk Road from Hasan Abdal in Pakistan’s Punjab province to the Khunjerab Pass, which leads into China at an elevation of 4,714 m. You can find a variety of customized plans to visit Hunza and Nagar valley in Gilgit Baltistan to enjoy every bit of the moment.
Visit Nagar Valley in Gilgit Baltistan
From the middle of April to the end of September, the weather in the valley is always pleasant. In the summer, the hottest it gets in the valley is 13 degrees. But in the winter, it gets very cold. In winter, the coldest it gets is -14 degrees.
The Route to Nagar Valley
The world’s highest trade route, the Karakoram Highway, goes through the valleys of Nagar. After crossing the “Hunza-Nagar River,” it gets to the town of Pison in Hunza. Once you leave Hunza and cross the bridge over the stream after Ganesha village, the road to Hooper will be on your right. It used to be the hub of Nagar. Before Hooper is where Nagar Khas is.
Over 90% of the boys and 59% of the girls in the valley can read and write. Two of the languages are spoken there Shena & Brushashki.
The last village towards north, Hispar, is connected to the Nagar Khas Bazar by a road, & Hooper is connected to glaciers where as the Rush lake by another road. In Hooper, there is no infrastructure for people. A short distance from the settlement is a waterfall with water as pure and sweet as honey. People here are kind and like to give tourists gifts like walnuts, apricots, and other treats.
Highlights of the Visit Hunza and Nagar Valley in Gilgit Baltistan
This tour starts and ends in Islamabad and takes you to some of the most beautiful mountains, lakes, waterfalls, streams, and glaciers in northern Pakistan. Explore the beautiful Lake Saiful Moluk, Previously was named for a prince from a fairy tale who fell in love with a fairy while he was there. From Babusar Pass, the highest point in the valley, you can see beautiful sights.
Explore the historical area of Hunza Valley, which was once part of the ancient kingdoms of Kapisa, Gandhara, and Magadha and is now the center of many Buddhist archaeological sites like the Sacred Rock of Hunza. Sit around a fire in Gulmit Valley with young people from the Bulbulik Music School and listen to folk music. The valley is surrounds by huge mountain. What you will do: go rafting on the River Kunhar, take a boat out on Attabad Lake, watch a piece of live folk music and dance show, and sit around a campfire.
Details You Should Know about Visit Hunza and Nagar Valley in Gilgit Baltistan
- On this trip, you’ll get to see the sights.
- The tour is easy and good for people who are just starting.
- The hotels are very good.
- The road is wide and paved with asphalt.
- The whole distance on one side is 850 km.
- Temperatures range from 15°C to 36°C from June to September and from 10°C to 25°C from October to May. (November to May).
- From December to February, snow is likely.
- Due to glaciers on Naran Babusar, the Karakoram Highway will be used from November to June.
How to Pack
- Warm clothes like jackets, mufflers, gloves, woolen caps, and socks
- Suitcase or duffle bag
- A small pack
- Personal medication
What to Look For
Temperatures range from 15°C to 36°C from June to September and from 10°C to 25°C from October to May. (November to May). From December to February, it is likely to snow. Also, from November to June, when it snows a lot, Naran Babusar Top will be closed, so we’ll take the Karakoram Highway.