Hunza Valley Tour Packages  by The Pak Tours and Travels provide a chance to witness paradise on earth Hunza at an altitude of 2500 meters.

Many of you would be planning to visit Hunza, the gorgeous spot on Earth sooner or later, which is why; we have planned the best Hunza Tour packages for you. Following are the best places to visit in Hunza Valley and the top Hunza Tour packages for corporate groups, students groups, families, couples and individuals

Gilgit Baltistan Hunza Tour

The Northern Areas of Pakistan are indeed heaven on Earth. But, when it comes to Hunza Valley, it is the ultimate winner with no other competition. Located in the beautiful region of Pakistan, Gilgit Baltistan, at the China Border to the north/west of the Hunza River, is one of the absolute beauties on the planet.

Hunza valley is the crown gem of Pakistan, and the significant tourist spots there will undoubtedly knock your socks off and win your love. Magnificent lakes and snap-capped mountains border this fairytale paradise.

The famous mountain peaks include

  • Lady finger Peak,
  • Ultor Sar,
  • Hunza Peak,
  • Rakaposhi Peak.

List of Best Hunza Tour packages

List of Hunza Tour PackagesNo. of Days / NightsPrice
Hunza Valley Deluxe Tour7 Days / 6 NightsStarting From 150,000 PKR
Hunza Valley Standard Tour7 Days / 6 NightsStarting From 130,000 PKR
Hunza Naran 10 Days Tour10 Days / 9 NightsStarting From 225000 PKR
Hunza By Air TourStarting From 155,000 PKR

Best time to visit Hunza Valley

Hunza can be visited throughout the year, thanks to the moderate temperature of the place. It never gets too hot or too cold to hinder your tour anyway. Hence, tourists prefer booking Hunza Tour Packages more often. Still, the best time to visit Hunza Valley is between April and October, when the temperature and climate are ideal.

The maximum limit where the temperature goes in summers is 27 degrees Celsius which is pretty okay. Another good season to visit this place is the Cherry Blossom Season. Tourists will witness trillions of exciting colors of nature in a mild climate. Most tourist book Hunza Valley Tour Packages in the summer or autumn to see the magnificent colors.

Historical background of Hunza Valley:

The Hunza Valley is an ethical, lovely, and historical area of Gilgit Baltistan. The Hunza Valley’s rich history makes it more attractive to sightseers. Not only do the vistas and other ancient things attract the tourists, but many other magnificent places reflect the history of the site during the Hunza tour.

If you have a keen interest in history then, Hunza Valley Tour Packages is a treat for you. Hunza valley has the most significant historical background among all the northern areas of Pakistan. The Royals of Hunza, the Mirs of Hunza, and a lot more history are associated with this gorgeous valley which is more alluring to travelers. Excellence is at the core of culture, and the Hunza Valley is one of the most incredible spots in Gilgit.

There are three distinct parts of Hunza Valley:

  • Upper Hunza Gojal
  • Central Hunza
  • Lower Hunza

Top Places in Hunza Valley That We Cover in Hunza Tour Packages:

1.     Karimabad:

Karimabad, one of the most staggering villages of Hunza Valley, invites you to its brilliant sand and hypnotizing scenes of nature. The place is embellished with colorful and vibrant cherry and apricot trees offering a relaxed yet funky vibe.

Whether you want to spend a casual day under the sun or experience adventure in lakes, Karimabad accommodates your pocket. Moreover, the Small market at Karimabad lets the tourists buy different cultural items of Hunza every day. Shopping, community visits, paragliding, Kayaking, Yoga, Musical nights, hiking, trekking, canoeing, and many other adventures are waiting for you at Karimabad with our Hunza Tour Packages.

2.  Altit Fort:

Altit Fort is quite an old fort located in Hunza Valley, right above Karimabad. The Mirs used to live in this place and were the innate rulers of the Hunza State. Something like a long time back, Altit Fort was the residence of a previous ruler. Currently, the fort has been transformed into a museum. When it comes to art and architecture, the fort is a show-stopper.

The Altit fort has exquisite surroundings, and its rich garden enhances its beauty to another extent. The place is a living heritage rather than just a piece of land constantly developing. The scenes from the Altit fort are unique yet mesmerizing, making your trip to Hunza worth it. Book your favorite Hunza tour packages to experience this heaven on Earth!


3. Baltit fort:

Baltit Fort is one of the most established forts of Hunza Valley with a rich history of traditions and famous people living once with it. It is located at the highest point of the Bazaar, from where you can enjoy the magnificent views of nature during the Hunza trip. Ruler Agha Khan used to rest at the Baltit Fort on his visits to Hunza valley. As the name refers, this fort is named after the residents.

4. Duikar Eagle Nest

Duiker Eagle nest is situated in Altit with its rise of almost 10000 feet. It is a well-known village from where tourists can enjoy the scenes of the Lady Finger, Ultor, Rakaposhi, Golden peak, and none other than Karakoram Highway.

Climbing to Duikar Eagle nest is a great and cozy adventure. Witnessing the breathtaking dusk and dawn is an incredible sight. The village is around 30 minutes drive away from Karimabad Bazaar Hunza.

5. Attabad Lake:

Attabad Lake is a gorgeous spot in Hunza Valley located inside the enormous heaps of Karakoram. The crystal clear water with a bit of turquoise color makes the lake look worth visiting. Furthermore, the unique charm and vibrant colors add beauty to its existence. To see this amazing lakes, book Hunza Valley Tour Packages Today.

It draws in a significant number of vacationers consistently. Also, the lake’s 13 miles long and is more than 358 feet deep. In light of its outstanding excellence, the lake is likewise known as perhaps Pakistan’s best lake. Moreover, various hotels near the place are ranked quite at the top of the line and can make your Hunza trip convenient and memorable.

6.  Passu Cones:

Passu Cones are only some implied mountains in the Karakoram Range Hunza valley. Almost all our Hunza Tour packages include this great tourism spot to ensure no one misses such a beautiful piece of land. The cone-molded mountain ranges on the Karakoram Highway are simply astounding. Usually, the mountain cones are referred to as Passu Peaks or Passu cones. The top peak point of these mountains is 6,106 meters.

Not many individuals have climbed the different mountains of Passu Cones, as climbing them will be a severe exertion that would require legitimate preparation. Some of them are genuinely steep and could include a specialized Hunza trip. Various nearby and unfamiliar travelers visit this excellent spot, particularly in the summer.

7. Hussaini Suspension Bridge:

From the start to the end, the Hussaini Suspension Bridge has 400 steps. Although few people find it starting and scary, the bridge is ultimately safe and steady. It has become perhaps the most famous vacation destination for Hunza Valley Tourism. The explorers take the chance to test their strengths and show courage to cross the bridge.

There is a small juice corner near the bridge which serves fresh cherry juice, and it’s as great as the views of Hunza valley throughout the Hunza Tour. A ticket to cross this bridge costs around Rs. 200. The local people of the area have set up various stalls to sell multiple specialties of the place, dehydrated fruits.

8. Borith Lake

Situated around 30 minutes drive away from Attaabad lake, Borith Lake is a tranquil and calm spot of our Hunza Tour Packages. It is one of the quietest places in Hunza for those individuals who need to take a break from the hustle or the daily work routine. You may see Black and White Glaciers near the place, which are around a 1 to 3 hours walk away from the lake. It is an ideal getaway destination and camping spot in Hunza.

9. Shimshal:

Also known as the valley of mountaineers, the Shimshal valley is about 3,100 m above the level. It is situated in Gojal Hunza Valley. Furthermore, It’s the border area of Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan, which connects directly with China.

The awe-inspiring village is around 55 km away from Passu Village. In particular, the valley is a significant fascination for travelers. It is one of the most adventurous places in our Hunza tour packages. Moreover, this place is further divided into four little towns: Central Shimshal, Khizarabad, Farmanabad, and Aminabad.

10.     Khunjerab Pass

Khunjerab Pass is a high mountain pass of Hunza Valley which is around 3 hour drive far from Karimabad Hunza. It borders China and Pakistan and is situated at the edge of Hunza and Pakistan. It’s located on the northern line of Pakistan with the Republic of China. Moreover, you can witness the world’s highest ATM at this peak.

Furthermore, the Khunjerab National Park is a great tourist spot for visitors who look forward to Hunza Valley Tourism. Having yaks and marmots to impress you, this place is a must-visit site on your trip to Hunza. The place is elevated very nearly 15528 feet above sea level. It is the highest point on the Karakoram Highway and is known as one of the highest border crossings in the world. We try to include this spot in our Hunza Tour Packages, but it certainly depends on the weather conditions.

Food Of Hunza To Taste in Hunza Tour Packages:

  • Chapshur
  • Tumor Tea
  • Diram Rents
  • Go-Lee
  • Harissa
  • Return to Garma
  • Buttering Daudo
  • Fenugreek Soup

Languages Of Hunza Valley 

  • Burushaski,
  • Wakhi
  • Shena

Events of Hunza Valley 

  • Thukhum Rezi Hunza Festival
  • Baba Ghundi Festival in Chupurson
  • Shimshal Kuch Festival
  • Chinese Hunza Festival

Thukhum Rezi Hunza Festival 

Thukhum Rezi is Persian and means sowing, the beginning of the season of agricultural activity. Due to its historical and cultural aspects, the people of the Hunza Valley place great importance on the festival of Vihumlazi. A massive celebration is held every year.

Some of the events during this festival include traditional polo matches, horse vaulting, traditional music and dance, symbolic farming, bonfires, and mountain lights, among others. In the end, the festival became a moment of collective prayer for peace and harmony in the valley, the region, and the country. Offer special prayers for love and solidarity among all humanity, determined to spread the message of life and continuity. Each household also prepares a unique traditional dish called SEMN, BAAT, and KHISTA and shares it with neighbors, friends, and family. It is celebrated between March 5th and 8th. Book your Hunza Valley Tour Packages Now…

Shimshal Kuch Festival

The Shimshal Kuch festival is one of the most important and best festivals celebrated in Shimshal. In a remote village in the Upper Hunza region, when the people of Shimshal herd their cattle to pastures in the Pamirs, where they live for five months, they come to eat grass.

During this time, they collect yeast, cheese, and butter for the family to use in the harsh winter. The joy and happiness of being reunited with family are celebrated when shepherds return from their pastures in the Upper Pamirs with flocks. With thousands of sheep, yaks, and goats, the welcome is a beautiful experience. Following his century-old tradition of sacrificing goats on Shamshall Bridge, it was a way of thanking God for the safe return of his family and herd from the highlands. However, Hunza Valley Tour Packages allow seeing the diversity of this place. 

The Shimshal is Waukhi people, who speak the Waukhi language, and their culture and traditions are unique. Many traditions and cultures remain untouched due to their remote access and difficulties. In ancient times, these people lived effortless lives governed by the seasons and the surrounding nature. Their lives revolve around parties that provide little entertainment, and they have a hard time waiting for these traditional party celebrations that bring them little joy. The event takes place every year from October 15th to 18th in Shimshal Valley.

Baba Ghundhi Hunza Festival

The Baba Gundi Festival is a permanent part of the annual events calendar of the Gilgit-Baltistan Ministry of Tourism, Sports, and Culture. The department organizes festivals annually through the Chibursan Local Support Organisation (LSO). Baba Gundi is a Sufi saint of the upper Gojal region, originally from Gund in Afghanistan. He eradicated evil in the region and spread Islam. The festival is celebrated in recognition of his remarkable service to Islam. The festival is scheduled to take place every year from July 21 to 23, 2022, at the Buzrug “Baba Gundi” mystical shrine in Chipurson Upper Gojal Valley, Hunza. The three-day festival brings together Wakhi people from the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan to revive centuries-old trade traditions. It includes many other sports such as Buzkashi, Nice Bazi, polo, yak races, and tug-of-war. Want to see these Hunza Festivals? Then try to book the Hunza Valley Tour Packages at that particular time.

Chineer Hunza Festival

If you book Hunza Valley Tour Packages, try visiting the place during the festival season. Chineer is a harvest festival usually held during the first week of July in the Upper Hunza region when the barley crop is ripe. In the mountains, there is only one crop season, and the rest of the year is preserved, which is why this festival is celebrated. Early in the morning, the head of the family leads his family to the barley field with a special traditional meal. Flour is sprinkled on barley bunches and picked. Cereals are removed from the package, baked, and eaten with yogurt. The whole family should try this yogurt. Afterward, the family greeted each other, saying, “Shiner Mubarak.” During the day, all the villagers gather in a familiar place and serve local dishes. Finally, everyone is praying for a good harvest and thanking God for his blessings.