2024 Best-Selling Tour Package to Hunza Valley Pakistan

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2024 Best-Selling Tour Package to Hunza Valley Pakistan


8 hours

Tour Type

Culture Tours

Group Size

min 1 person

max 15 persons



Activity Level


Travel Style





Discover a land of rugged mountain peaks, glacial lakes and charming towns on a Hunza Valley tour. This is the place believed to be the real Shangri-La – it won’t take you long to see why. 

Spend 9 days discovering the best places to visit in northern Pakistan on this escorted Hunza Valley group tour. Your journey begins in the capital city of Islamabad, a city defined by its modernity. From here, you’ll venture further north to a land of towering mountains, ancient towns and villages, and valleys intersected by tumbling rivers. Sit back and enjoy the drive along the famed Karakoram Highway. The view from your window is an adventure in and of itself.

 Journey through Hunza Valley, visiting ancient towns with deep roots and cities nestled within paradisical vistas of snow-capped mountains. High up in the Karakoram Mountains, you’ll get to see the splendour of Hopper Glacier and experience the natural wonder that surrounds Khunjerab Pass, the gateway into China. Wander mountain towns, discovering their history as you walk cobbled streets lined with market stalls, and let the locals captivate you with their traditional lifestyles and warm hospitality.

This adventure will take you to some of the best places to visit in Pakistan and lead you to landscapes that aren’t easily forgotten. As you take the road back to Islamabad, the people and sights of the majestic Hunza Valley will find their place in your heart forever.

  • Explore Pakistan’s strikingly modern capital city of Islamabad
  • Journey to the high mountain Khunjerab Pass, the gateway between Pakistan and China
  • Experience the wonder of the soaring Karakoram Mountains
  • Drive along the renowned Karakoram Highway, a road that offers up a never-ending stream of breathtaking views
  • Enjoy a 4WD Jeep ride up to picturesque Hopper Glacier 


Tour available from April 2022 to October 2022.

 You’re in Good Hands

Our Pakistan tour operators are experts at leading foreign tourist groups and are passionate about sharing the beauty of Pakistan with you. As you explore this stunning country, you can rest assured that you’re in the hands of experienced guides that uphold the highest levels of customer experience and  are Department of Tourism Services Pakistan license holders and Pakistan Association of Tour Operators registered.

Child Policy

     Children aged 4 years and under go free if staying in parent’s bed. Where required, breakfasts will be charged directly by the hotel.

     Children between the ages of 5 and 10 years will be supplied with an extra mattress where required and breakfasts will be charged directly by the hotel.

     Children over the age of 10 years will be classed as an adult and charged at full price. They’ll have their own room in hotels and their own seat during transportation.

Activity Level

This tour involves a relatively low activity level. Though there are plenty of stunning landscapes that can be explored on foot, this tour is perfect for all ages.


From US$970 per person

Price based on 2 people sharing room (discount will be applied when booking for more than 2 people).

Best-Selling Tour Package to Hunza Valley Pakistan Price (Per Person)


Group Size


Accommodation   CATEGORY-A

00-02 Persons



00-03 Persons



04-05 Persons



06-07 Persons



08-09 Persons



10-15 Persons



English Speaking Guide


For entire tour









Pearl Continental


Shangrila Hotel


Hunza Darbar Hotel


Eagles Nest Hotel


Serena Hotel


PTDC Motel




00-02 Pesrons    Air-conditioned Toyota Corolla Car 

03-09 Persons   Air-conditioned Toyota Hiace Van 10-12 Seater

10-15 Persons   Air-conditioned Toyota Coaster Saloon 20-21 Seater

4WD Jeep for (Duiker Village, Nagar Valley) excursion (03-04 persons in each Jeep)


  • Day 1
    Islamabad Arrival
    Your Pakistan adventure begins as you fly into Islamabad International Airport. Once your plane touches down in Pakistan’s modern capital city, you’ll be picked up from the airport and taken to your hotel. Settle in and take a breath, then get ready to take in the city sights on an afternoon tour of Islamabad. The country’s capital is clean, organized and sprinkled with more lush vegetation that you might expect. Laid out in an undeniably modern grid-system, Islamabad is full of striking landmarks, like the Pakistan Monument, Margala Hills and Faisal Mosque. Spend your first night taking in this incredible city and relaxing in your hotel.
  • Day 2
    Departure to Chilas
    After enjoying breakfast at your hotel, you’ll hit the road. Get your first taste of the iconic Karakoram Highway as your driver leads the way to Chilas. Sit back and enjoy the incredible scenery outside your window as you pass snow-topped mountains, waterfalls and captivating valleys. Tonight, you’ll get to rest your head in Chilas, a small town on the bank of the Indus River.
  • Day 3
    Departure to Karimabad Hunza
    After breakfast, bid farewell to Chilas as you take to the Karakoram Highway once more. Today, you’ll head to Karimabad, the capital of the Hunza district. The drive is a little shorter than yesterdays but just as stunning. When you arrive in Karimabad, there’ll be plenty of time to soak up the breathtaking landscapes that surround the city before spending the night at your hotel.
  • Day 4
    Sight Seeing of Popular Hunza Attractions
    This morning, enjoy a delicious breakfast then get ready for a full day of adventure. Today, your driver will take you to some of the best places to visit in Hunza Valley: Attabad Lake, Passu Cones and Khunjerab Pass. Attabad Lake is sure to take your breath away, with its perfect blue waters surrounded by rugged mountain peaks. But the lake’s tragic story makes the visit even more intriguing: the lake was in fact formed in 2010 when a landfall buried the village that once existed where the lake is today and blocked the Hunza River. The Passu Cones are a number of mountain peaks in the Karakoram Range, celebrated because of their unusual shape. Their jagged, serrated summits stand silhouetted against the crisp blue sky – the perfect place to take a break and marvel at nature’s beauty. Khunjerab Pass, the last stop of the day, is a beautiful high mountain pass. It was once an integral part of the Silk Road and is still an important pass today, linking the Karakoram Highway in Pakistan to China. After a day of exploring, you’ll head back to Karimabad, where you’ll spend the night once more.
  • Day 5
    Sightseeing of Historic Hunza Forts and Experience Sun riser at DuikerVillage
    Get ready for a day of sightseeing and fuel up with another delicious breakfast. This morning, you’ll get to enjoy a full-day tour. Take in the cobbled streets and handicrafts for sale along the Karimabad Bazarr, then gaze over Karimabad from the 8th century Baltit Fort. Head to the bottom of the valley and explore the stunning Altit Fort. From there, buckle up and get ready for a 4WD Jeep tour of famous Duiker Village to experience sun rise over Hunza and Nagar valleys . Once you’ve got the lay of the land, it’s time to head to your hotel in Duiker and settle down for the evening.
  • Day 6
    Experience Hoper Glacier in Nagar Valley and Depart to Gilgit
    After breakfast and sunrise experience, wave goodbye to Duiker and head along the Karakoram Highway to Nagar Valley, 2,438 metres above sea level. You’ll get to explore Hopper Valley, one of the most awe-inspiring valleys in the region, as you take a 4WD jeep up to Hopper Glacier. This afternoon, you’ll continue the drive to Gilgit. When you arrive in the city, immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the Gilgit Bazaar. As evening draws in, relax, unwind and rest at your Gilgit hotel.
  • Day 7
    Departure to Besham
    After breakfast, you’ll leave Gilgit and hit the road. Enjoy a long drive along the Karakoram Highway, drinking in even more of the region’s awe-inspiring views. Get ready for a day of dramatic scenery, with more soaring mountain peaks and sweeping valleys. This evening, you’ll arrive in the town of Besham and settle into your hotel.
  • Day 8
    Back to Islamabad.
    Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, then sit back and take in the views from the Karakoram Highway one last time as your driver takes you back to Islamabad. This evening, in the city where your adventure began just a week earlier, you’ll get to visit Daman-e-Koh and Pirsohawa, two viewpoints that sit hundreds of feet above Islamabad. Here, spectacular views across the city await – the perfect spots to take in Pakistan’s capital city and reflect on your week of life-changing adventures. Enjoy one last evening in the city and spend the night in an Islamabad hotel.
  • Depart from Islamabad
    After breakfast, you’ll be taken to the airport in time for your flight home. You’ll be sure to leave with more than you came with – not least, the unforgettable memories of Pakistan’s breathtaking north.


Cost of accommodation for 8 nights based on double/twin sharing
Comfortable air-conditioned/temperature controlled vehicle transportation
All fuel, toll, parking and driver expenses
Board basis is half board, with 8 breakfasts
Airport Transfers


International flights and taxes
Visa fees
Travel insurance
Personal expenses, such as drinks, snacks, excess baggage and photography
Meals (aside from those specified), unless requested
Optional excursions
Entrance fees at sights, museums and monuments
Portages at the airport and hotels
Service of English speaking guide (available for an additional fee)


How many people will be on the tour?
We have a maximum number of 15 people per tour.
I’m travelling alone. Will I be charged a single supplement?
Yes, there will be a single supplement. Our prices are based on two people sharing a room, therefore charges will be a little higher for one person travelling alone, in order to cover the cost of accommodation.
What kind of ground transportation will we be using?
The exact type of vehicle will vary depending on how many guests join the tour and the terrain we’re covering. All our vehicles are comfortable and mostly air-conditioned, ranging from 4 wheel drive Jeeps to a Toyota Coaster Saloon bus.
Can I book an extra night before and/or after the tour?
Absolutely. Get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to extend your stay or click here to see our range of hotels to book independently.
Can I alter the itinerary?
Yes. If you want to stay a little longer in certain places, the tour operator will endeavour to make the arrangements. Similarly, if you decide you’d like to change the itinerary partway through the tour, let the tour operator know and, where possible, this will be arranged for you. In this case, however, you may be charged a cancellation fee for any hotel or motel stays cancelled.
What language will the tour guide speak?
Most of our tour guides speak fluent English. If you require another language, let us know before booking the tour and we’ll do our best to arrange this. In this case, other charges may apply.
What standard is the accommodation?
The Gilgit-Baltistan region doesn’t operate a star rating system for hotels. Instead, they’re classified as category A, B and C. Hotels in category A are of the best quality as compared to others, those in category B are mid-level and those in category C are of a basic standard. With this tour, you’ll be staying in category A hotels, which means you'll be staying in best hotels and motels in the Gilgit-Baltistan area.
Will I be able to access the internet and mobile signal?
Sometimes. There is internet and mobile coverage in many places in Pakistan, however there are also some areas that have little to no coverage.
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