The much famous Hunza valley is regularly alluded to as paradise on earth, wrapped in the excellent Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain runs, this place has been an extraordinary tourist fascination for a long time. Hunza is presumably Pakistan’s most gone by valley, by the tourists. It is a tall tale arrive encompassed by wonderful tough and snow topped mountains. Just at a distance of 100 Kms. from Gilgit Hunza is a residential area on Karakorum Highway. At the height of 7000 – 800 feet it is the principal primary town or stop on the off chance that you are entering Pakistan from China. The focal Hunza known as Karimabad is essentially a town of only 6 villages. The primary principle villages as you originate from Gilgit on the fundamental Karakorum Highway is Aliabad. There are tremendous perspectives of Rakaposhi mountain (7788 meters), Just above Aliabad on the slope are Altit and Baltit villages the core of Hunza. There is an extremely fascinating Bazaar and two Forts in Altit and Baltit Villages. The Baltit fort has as of late been reestablished and changed over into a guided historical center. Hunza is without a doubt the most Photogenic point on the planet.
Places to visit in Hunza
Karimabad: As depicted above is the fundamental bazaar of Hunza loaded with bright shops with neighborhood dry organic products (Dried Apricots, Apricot Nut, Almonds, Walnuts Mulberry, and so on.) At the finish of bazaar is the Baltit village and Baltit fort which are reestablished by the Aga Khan support for Culture and legacy. The fort has been brought into a guided exhibition hall you can invest energy in the for going by various segments of the fort and review the slide appear in the little lobby of the fort.
Duikar: At a stature of 10000 feet above ocean level such Places to visit in Hunza. You can see 8 tops over 7000 meters from here every get the daylight one by one as sun rises.
Passu: is a little village on the Karakoram Highway, close to the Hunza River, exactly 15 kilometers from Gulmit, the Tehsil central station of Gojal in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan, and around 150 km upriver from Gilgit. It lies extremely close to the tongue of the Passu Glacier, and only south of the tongue of the Batura Glacier. The last is the fifth longest non-polar icy mass on the planet at 56 km, and achieves extremely close to the roadway. The general population are Wakhi and talk the Wakhi Language. Religiously they are Ismaili, an organization of Shia Islam.
Tupopdan, 6,106 meters (20,033 ft), otherwise called “Passu Cones” or “Passu Cathedral”, deceives the north of the village; it is the most shot pinnacle of the area. Additionally adjacent are the high pinnacles of Pasu Sar, Shispare Sar, and Batura.