Tour Operator in Azad Kashmir

Pakistan Travel Guide “Holiday Tour Operator in Azad Kashmir”

Offering tour operator services in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan Travel Guide is leading tour operator for tourism related services to Neelum Valley ( Kutton, Keran, Sharda, Kel ), Jhelum Valley ( Chikar, SudanGali, Ganga Choti) and to Rawalakot.

Kashmir is the lush greener valley in Pakistan, Pakistan Travel Guide is premier tour operator offering holiday tour travel services in Azad Kashmir. Culture of Azad Kashmir is unique, Kashmiri women choose to wear specific handmade pashmina shawls in winters and men wear goans which is called Kashmiri Pheran.

Cuisines of Kashmir are delicious in taste, their specialties in food dishes named as Ghostaba, Maithmaaz, Yakhni, Kulch, Kashmiri Pulao and Green tea.

Living style of Kashmiri people is simple but artistic, houses are made of cedar wood which gives tourists a unique experience. Tour operators in Azad Kashmir offers tour packages to let visitor explore culture, to taste food and to enjoy natural beauty of Azad Kashmir.

Pakistan Travel Guide is awarded as the best tour operator for Azad Kashmir in 2018, promoting Eco-friendly tourism services in Azad Kashmir.

Pakistan Travel Guide, leading tour operator in Azad Kashmir

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Young pakistani girl cycling at Biafo Glacier

Biafo Glacier is a 67 km long glacier at an altitude of 4500 meters and is longest glacial system outside the polar regions. A young brave Pakistani girl started her journey from Islamabad towards Biafo glacier on cycle and completed it successfully.

Samar Khan is renowned girl cyclist of Pakistan and previous year travelled 1000KM on cycle from Islamabad to Khunjerab Pass.  With the aim “Whatever you desire, do it now, Because ‘later becomes never”.

On tour to Biafo Glacier Saman Khan stayed at first night in Havelian and deliver a session to student of Abbottabad University Havelian over cycling, sports, adventure tourism. Later on travel to Skardu, biafor glacier is after small village Askole.

Samar khan spend 4 days hiking and cycling over Biafo Glacier, according to her “Cycling at Biafo Glacier is possible, reaching at is possible ” if the opportunity is here why not to set adventure sports in Pakistan.

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Top 20 Places to Visit in Hunza Valley

Majestic and Serene, Hunza Valley offers you a heady mix of beautiful and high landscapes, historical forts and orchid farms rich in organic food, glimpses into Chinese culture, mind-blowing local food, undiluted snow-covered peaks, and undeniable romantic vibes. A holiday in the Northern part of Pakistan’s party destination could be easily become a life-lasting affair if you do one thing – Book your tour package in one of the best Hunza tour packages and explore the beautiful destination that dots the region.

Planned your Hunza trip and packed your bags already? Let the ride begin. To help you out, we have sorted some of the ideal places to visit in Hunza valley in no particular order.

Places to Visit in Hunza Valley:

Karimabad Passu Cones
Duiker Attabad Lake
Altit Fort Buddha Carvings
Baltit Fort Sost Border
Bazaars of Hunza Borith Lake
Hussaini Suspension Bridge Gojal Valley
Nagar Valley Sust Border
Rakaposhi View Point Khunjerab National Park
Hoper Glacier  
Hunza De Café  
Eagles Nest  
Passu Glacier  

1. Karimabad, The Capital of Hunza

Karimabad | #1 of 20 Best Places to Visit in Hunza Valley


One of the most spectacular villages in Hunza Valley, Karimabad welcomes you to its golden sand and spellbinding natural scenic views. Blessed with vibrant apricot trees colors s and swaying cherry trees, the place offers a chilled-out party vibe. Whether you are looking for adventurous activities and water sports or just a relaxed day under the sun, Karimabad fits your pocket ranges. There’s more! The Small market at Karimabad, which is organized every day, gives you an option to experience the lively shopping culture Hunza is known for.

  • Activities: Canoeing, Trekking, Hiking, Musical Nights, Yoga, Kayaking, Paragliding, Community tour, and shopping

2. Duiker Hunza Valley

Duiker Point Hunza Valley

An adventurous place in Hunza valley, Duiker is the viewpoint of the complete valley. The pristine viewpoint is peppered with snow-covered peaks. Birds and cliffs further add to its splendid beauty. It is also one of the places for eagles nesting sites also known as eagles nest, which gives you all the one reasons to visit Hunza Valley Duiker. You want to relax and rejuvenate, make your way to Duiker and you will come back in a happy mood. 

  • Activities: Sightseeing, Hiking, Camping 

3. Baltit Fort Hunza Valley

Counted amongst the oldest forts in Hunza Valley, Baltit fort boasts of a rich past and history of the legends living once with it. Prince Agha Khan stayed at this fort during their stay at Hunza Valley. Fort named after the people of Baltistan so it’s called Baltit fort. Today the fort is the location of the top of Bazaar and you can enjoy majestic views of the surroundings from this fort.

  • Location: Hunza
  • Timings: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm; every day

4. Altit Fort Hunza Valley

Altit Fort Hunza Valley

This fort is famous for its royal garden and local communities living around it. Old women sitting in colonies wearing local traditional dresses and talking with each other. A swimming pool is a skating place in winters. Views from the Altit fort are incredible and mesmerizing

  • Location: Karimabad
  • Timings: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm; every day

5. Cafe In Hunza

cafe in Hunza ValleyThis fort is famous for its royal garden and local communities living around it. Old women sitting in colonies wearing local traditional dresses and talking with each other. A swimming pool is a skating place in winters. Views from the Altit fort are incredible and mesmerizing

  • Location: Karimabad
  • Timings: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm; every day

Hunza Valley may have the reputation for being quieter and fewer options for dining out than other Northern areas, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a coffee here. In fact, there are several places to visit in Hunza Valley at night or day and chill out. Some of the best cafe spots in the Hunza are:

The Baltit Cafe

  • Location: Near Baltit Fort
  • Timings: 11:30 am to 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm to 12:00 am;
  • Cost for two (approx.): PKR 200

The Hunza De Cafe

  • Location:  Royal Garden
  • Timings: 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm; every day
  • Cost for two (approx.): PKR 150

6. Hussaini Suspension Bridge

Hussaini Suspension Bridge

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Clara Arrighi “Shukria Pakistan”

clara arrighi

When was told I was going to Pakistan I started to think about all the reasons not to go, how to convince my office not to send me. I did not want to spend the next six months of my life in between mud roads and traffic, dirt and smelly donkeys. I definitely did not want to share my time with radical people, extremists, and walk around all covered.

“Prepare to get sick and food poisoned,” they told me. “You should change your job”. “No, I´ve never been to Pakistan but I´ve been to Bangladesh and I know its the same”… or India, or Afghanistan.

Luckily, someone also told me: “When you go to Pakistan you cry two times: when you are sent there and when you have to leave”. Seven months afterwards I indeed have cried two times. The untouched gorgeous beauty of Pakistan is impossible to describe with words. Everything in this country is untouched; the nature, the culture, the cities. Women in their colorfoul dresses and the way they allow their Pashminas to fall loose over their heads, showing their dark hair. Men playing cricket, such a refined English sport to be played in white clothes drinking high tea, is here the street sport by far, played in every corner of every street. I have climbed stunning mountains, swam in incredible clear lakes amidst the most beautiful hills, visited majestic mosques and drank uncountable types of chai. I tasted lots of different dishes. I did not get myself sick or food poisoned at all, but I definitely got myself a bellyache for not being able to stop eating such delicious food! And the mangoes, oh the mangoes.

However… it doesn’t matter how beautiful a country is, you will always remember how it made you feel. And this is what makes the difference in Pakistan. I have never seen so much hospitality anywhere in the world. Incredibly warm people, genuinely kind. I have never felt so welcomed. There is this tendency to smile. A society that has been for so many years oppressed and still can be so tolerant.

I challenge you to come to Pakistan and don´t like it. Cause, so far, I haven´t met anyone who didn´t. I spent seven beautiful months in Pakistan and I encourage everyone to give this amazing country a chance.

Shukria Pakistan!

— in Lahore, Pakistan.

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