Lam Thi Thuy Ha Follow Explored Hunza Valley – Pakistan Heaven on earth


Mother Nature has bestowed Pakistan with the most wonderful and wonderful beauty possible. Pakistan has many places covered with beautiful scenes that are pleasing to the people. Such captivating and wonderful scenes make one think about the glory and creativity of the Creator.

Hunza is one of the most beautiful regions of Pakistan. Hunza is often referred to as ‘Heaven on Earth’ is a beautiful mountain valley. It is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region in the northernmost region connecting China with Pakistan. The Gilgit-Baltistan Biafo Glaciers region is home to adventure, mountain treks with the second-highest K2 peak in the world, the Concordia, and Gondogoro treks. Hunza is surrounded by several high mountain peaks including Rakaposhi, Mount Ladyfinger, and Mount Hunza. Hunza was formerly a state that existed until 1974 and was dissolved by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The capital of Hunza is the town of Baltit also known as Karimabad. For Hunza Tour Packages get the details 

Spring at Hunza

Lovely weather of Hunza Valley

Hunza’s climate is moderate in the summer. The maximum temperature in summer is about 14 degrees Celsius but in July and August, the maximum temperature is 31 degrees Celsius in central Hunza. In winter, the temperature drops to -10 degrees C or even more.

Hunza people are very friendly and hospitable. The Hunza people speak Urdu but some other languages ​​are also being spoken such as Shina, Wakhi, and Burushaski.

people of Hunza


Hunza Valley has three geographical subdivisions. These include the Gojal, Lower, and Upper Hunza valleys. The Hunza Valley has various beautiful and natural landscapes, which are popular tourist attractions. Every year, thousands of tourists visit and enjoy the natural beauty of the Hunza valley and surrounding areas.

Places to visit in Hunza

Tourists visit this valley to see two of the most famous fortresses known as the Altit and Baltit fortresses. Fort Altit is the oldest fortress in the northern region and it is located in the village of Altit. It was built with great architectural design on a rock of a mountain where the Hunza River flows in the back. Fort Baltit is another beautiful fortress in the Hunza valley built on top of Karimabad. Baltit Fortress has now been turned into a heritage museum after its renovation.

At Hunza, the Karimabad market is famous for its local handicrafts, handmade rugs, traditional and embroidered caps, various scarves, hand-woven fabrics, and gemstones including Ruby. Ruby mines are popular tourist attractions.

The Hunza valley is famous for its snow-capped and rugged mountains. Many people have come to Hunza just to glimpse the bright ice wall of Mount Rakaposhi. Other famous mountains in Hunza include Passu Peak, Ultra Peak, and Kuksel Sar.

Khunjerab Pass

Khunjerab Pass and Khunjerab National Park are a special place for tourists to visit the Hunza valley. Khunjerab pass is the area where Pakistan meets its Chinese neighbor. Khunjerab Pass is the highest pass in the world and has a high mountain in the Karakoram mountain range.

Sust BorderValley of Gojal

Hunza’s Gojal valley is popular for its lakes. Lake Attabad is located in the Gojal Valley. This lake was formed due to large landslides in 2010 that blocked water flow on the Hunza River. Now it is a popular tourist spot and picnic spot. Lake Attabad is a great place for boating lovers.

Attabad lake

Duikar Valley

Duikar offers dazzling views of the Hunza River and the meandering ice sheet of the Karakoram highway. Duikar has turned into a famous landmark and is located above sea level. It also includes majestic views of Rakaposhi and Golden Peak but people from all over the world visit Duikar just to enjoy the breathtaking sunrise and sunset views.

View from Duiker Hunza

Glaciers in Hunza Valley

Glaciers of HunzaBesides all these, the most famous and longest glacier of Pakistan is found in the Hunza Valley. Famous glaciers in Hunza include the Batura Glacier, Hussaini Glacier, and Passu Glacier. All of these glaciers lie in the Gojal Valley. Glaciers attract thousands of domestic and international tourists each year. The hiking opportunities are immense in the Hunza Valley.

Experience Pakistan- The magic of the mountains with The Happy Firm will be one of the most glorious and wonderful journeys in the journey of discovering the splendor of Mother Nature and freedom of heart.

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