Things To Do In Hunza Valley| Hotels To Stay In Hunza 2021

Hunza is a very beautiful piece of land surrounded by mountains all around. The place gives many tourists attraction scopes like
  • Site seeing
  • Trekkings
  • Jeep Safari
  • Rock Climbing 
  • Hoteling, etc

Things To Do In Hunza| Hotels To Stay In Hunza 2021

HUNZA VALLEY 

Hunza Valley is the home of a very historic fort called Baltit Fort, about more than 700 hundred years old. Hunza Nagar is nowadays famous as Karimabad. Besides being the home of this historic palace and other majestic mountains, it is also a home of some sacred rocks, located close to Ganish, and provides us a recap of pre-Islamic traditions of HUNZA NAGAR.

Things To Do In Hunza Valley| Hotels To Stay In Hunza 2021
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GOJAL

The upper Hunza is called as Gojal valley, one can find
High altitude pastures
Trekking sites

This valley is located in KKH which leads us to the Pak-China border and to Khunjarab National Park, which was created in 1975.



Things To Do In Hunza Valley| Hotels To Stay In Hunza 2021
A Mosque in Hunza




HUNZA-NAGAR

Hunza Nagar is a very beautiful place located in the Karakorum mountain range, and it has a pride sign to be the home of Rakaposhi which is 7788 meters high. Rakaposhi dominates the whole skyline of the Hunza Nagar along with Diran which is next to it. Other famous peaks are:

  • Dastaghil Sar
  • Golden Peak
  • Ulter Peak
  • Ladyfinger Peak(Bubulimuting)


Things To Do In Hunza Valley| Hotels To Stay In Hunza 2021



The terraced and vast agricultural fields that are watered by centuries-old irrigation water channels epitomize local efforts to address the myriad constraints posed by nature.
In short Hunza Nagar is a summary of a very beautiful landscape.
Hunza Nagar consists of

  • Nagar
  • Hunza center
  • Gojal
The Cultural Identity Of Gilgit Baltistan is its cap

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Altit Fort

Altit Fort is an antiquated post in the Hunza valley. It was home to the innate leaders of the Hunza state who took the title Mir. Altit Fort was the habitation of a previous sovereign around 1100 years of age. This Fort was worked in 6 unique stages taking advantage of the different various degrees of regular stone from the exceptionally high clifftop it is situated on. This Fort is encircled by the settlement of Altit Khun when a clamoring town for brokers and convoys going along the Silk Route. The notable town shapes a necessary piece of the central social enclave of Hunza.

Baltit Fort
Baltit Fort is another post/fort in the Hunza valley, and unquestionably worth visiting a place in the valley. This Fort is 700 years of age, yet there have been revamped and modifications throughout the hundreds of years. In the sixteenth century, the Mir (King) wedded a princess from Baltistan who brought ace Balti specialists to redesign the structure as a feature of her share. The compositional style is an away from Tibetan impact in Baltistan at that point.

NAGAR

Nagar lies in the south of Hunza and is separated by the Hunza river, One can reach there after an hour's drive from Hunza. It is famous because of

  • Rakaposhi 7788m
  • Hopar Glaciers
  • Hisper Glaciers


Together with Biafo Glacier, the Hisper forms an ancient route towards Baltistan from Nagar and Hunza.

What Is So Exciting About Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley is so famous for its natural beauty, ancient places/buildings, and mountains, etc. Here is a list of some famous tourist Spots and Hotels.
  • Altit Fort
  • Baltit Fort
  • Eagle Nest Hunza
  • Beautiful Valleys 
  • Khunjrab Pass/Border
  • Darbar Hotel Hunza
  • Serena Hotel Hunza
  • Hotel Hunza
  • Hunza view hotel
  • Hard rock Hunza
  • Sweet Tooth Hunza

Some Frequently Asked Questions About Hunza Valley On Google

  • How long does the Hunza live?
  • Is Hunza part of Kashmir?
  • Is Hunza Valley Safe?
  • How far is Hunza from Islamabad?
  • Is there Internet in Hunza?
  • How far is Hunza from Lahore?
  • Where is Hunza in Pakistan?

How long does the Hunza live?

According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunza_Valley#History)

Buddhism, and to a lesser extent, Bön, were the main religions in the area. The region has a number of surviving Buddhist archaeological sites such as the Sacred Rock of Hunza. Nearby are former sites of Buddhist shelters. Hunza valley was central as a trading route from Central Asia to the subcontinent. It also provided shelter to Buddhist missionaries and monks who were visiting the subcontinent, and the region played a major role in the transmission of Buddhism throughout Asia.

The region was a Buddhist majority till the 15th century, before the arrival of Islam in this region. Since then most of the people converted to Islam, the presence of Buddhism in this region has now been limited to archeological sites, as the remaining Buddhists of this region moved east to Leh where Buddhism is the majority religion. The region has many works of graffiti in the ancient Brahmi script written on rocks, produced by Buddhist monks as a form of worship and culture. With the majority of locals converting to Islam, they had been left largely ignored, destroyed, or forgotten, but are now being restored.

Hunza was formerly a princely state bordering Xinjiang (autonomous region of China) to the northeast and Pamir to the northwest, which survived until 1974 when it was finally dissolved by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. The state bordered the Gilgit Agency to the south and the former princely state of Nagar to the east. The state capital was the town of Baltit (also known as Karimabad); another old settlement is Ganish Village which means "ancient gold" village. Hunza was an independent principality for more than 900 years until the British gained control of it and the neighboring valley of Nagar between 1889 and 1891 through military conquest. The then Tham (ruler), branch of Katur Dynasty, Safdar Khan of Hunza fled to Kashghar in China and sought what would now be called political asylum.

Is Hunza part of Kashmir?

Hunza is a beautiful valley located in Gilgit Baltistan. It is not a part of Kashmir.

How far is Hunza from Islamabad?

Hunza is 320 kilometers from Islamabad. Now traveling to Hunza is quite safe because of the CPEC belt.

Is Hunza Valley Safe?

Yes, Hunza valley is quite safe for all kinds of tourists, the people of Hunza valley are amazing, loving, and hospitable.

Is there Internet in Hunza?

Its been almost two to three years that Internet facilities are available in the whole of Gilgit Baltistan including Hunza valley. SCO provides its 3G and 4G services in Hunza Valley. 

How far is Hunza from Lahore?

Hunza is located almost 530Km from Lahore. Nowadays it is easy to approach Hunza both By-air and by road from Islamabad.

Where is Hunza in Pakistan?

In Gilgit Baltistan (A paradise in Pakistan).

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