Hunza Valley trekking on affoarable ratesView from Shimshal pass

CONCORDIA EXPEDITIONS PAKISTAN is one of the most trusted names in the field of adventure travel within Pakistan specially in Hunza. We are experienced in field of quality trekking and adventure tour and pioneer of rafting on the roof of the world.Batura Glacier Patundas Trek

We are also blessed with perhaps the world’s most spectacular and diverse scenery. From the stunning high peaks and glaciers of the Karakoram, Hindu Kush and Himalayan mountain ranges in the Northern Areas, to the vast, desert areas in the southern Sindh region, to the camel and trading routes of the Khyber Pass onArial View of Hunza Valley from Hoon pass trek the western Afghanistan border, to the beaches alongside the Arabian Sea near the port of Karachi and the ancient cities of Lahore and Peshawar in between ~ Pakistan has something to suit everyone

Lord Curzon, a former viceroy, said, “The little state of Hunza contains more summits of over 20,000 feet than there are of over 10,000 feet in the entire Alps.” Visitors to Hunza areHunza Valley Baltit Fort and  Ultar Peak deeply overwhelmed by the rugged charm and the fragrant breeze singing through graceful trees and the lushious green attractively carpeted fields all set against a background of snow-covered mountains, Situated at an elevation of 2,438 metres, Hunza Valley’s tourist season peaks from May to October. The temperature in May is 27 C maximum and 14 C minimum. While the October temperatures range from:Rakaposhi & Drian Base camp 10 C maximum to 0 C minimum.

Hunza is a remarkably peaceful and beautiful place situated at an elevation of 2,438 metres, it is situated 112 km of north of Gilgit on the west bank of the Hunza river. The Hunza Valley is composed of “Hunza Proper” (as Hunzukutz call it) in the midvalley, while the upper valley region is called Gojal and is populated by the Wakhi-speaking ethnic Wakhi. Nagar, another former state, is located in two areas, and you will visit its narrow glaciated canyons as you proceed up the valley. The Nagaris speak Burushaski with their own accent. Practice your Burushaski, with those you meet; people will enjoy it, and you may be asked in for a cup of tea. Burushaski is a complex language with four genders, and it is a “isolated language,” unrelated to any other tongue.

 How to Get There:

Hunza valley can easily reach from Gilgit. PIA operates two flights to Gilgit daily from Islamabad. Karimabad, the capital of Hunza can be reached by two hour’s drive from Gilgit. Scenery is really spectacular during this journey, regular buses and vehicles are always available in Gilgit to reach Aliabad, Karimabad, Gulmit, Passu and Sots.

 Accommodation & Facilities:

There are a lot of hotels in Karimabad, Gulmit & Passu, they charges of each hotels varies according to the standards per day (depending on the tourist which hotel does he/she chose!), real attractive hotel is Eagle’s Nest Hotel which is in Duiker, Altit village. However you can also find as per your budget requirements.