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Top 10 Places to Visit in Hunza

  Here are the top 10 places to visit in Hunza:    Khunjerab Pass The Khunjerab Pass (also referred to as Pakistan-China Border) is at an altitude of 4,733m (15,528ft). It is one of the most beautiful borders in the world and is also home to the world’s highest situated ATM on the Pakistani side.

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Winters in Hunza

Winters in Hunza occur during the period from November to February. The weather conditions in Hunza tend to get harsher in the winters with temperatures dropping to -10°C with mountains covered in snow. Travelling to Hunza is possible both by road and air. By air, a flight of 55 minutes takes place from Islamabad to

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Springs in Hunza

Springs in Hunza. Spring is a new beginning in many ways. The buds sprout, animals and birds awaken and the land comes to life after a long slumber from winter. Spring in Hunza (Gilgit Baltistan) is a sight to behold. It is known to be the most exciting season in Hunza. Nature shows its fullest

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Safaris in Hunza

These are some Hunza safaris you can try! Batura Yak Safari Passu is one of the oldest villages of Upper Hunza (Gojal) Valley. Specifically, it is situated at 150 kilometres from Gilgit. Passu is famous for its Yaks, cattle, sheep, and goats. Also, the village possesses large grazing areas. For example, Batura Valley, Yunz Valley,

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Treks Around Hunza Valley

Treks Around Hunza Valley   These are some famous treks around Hunza Valley. Shimshal/Pamir Hunza Trek Out of the treks in Hunza, one of the most famous is Shimshal/Pamir Trek. Shimshal is located in the Upper Hunza region. It is an area covering almost 3000sq miles. The beautiful Shimshal village is located at a three

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Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley is part of the northern areas of Pakistan. Specifically, Hunza is located in the Gilgit Baltistan region. This is at an elevation of 2,438 meters. Hunza consists of 3 regions. These include, lower, central, and upper Hunza. Hunza Valley is famous for its colorful seasons. Moreover, Hunza Valley consists of spectacular views. These

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Passu Cones

Passu is a tiny village situated in the Upper Hunza, Gilgit Baltistan region of northern Pakistan. Along the Karakoram Highway in Upper Hunza, Passu is a popular tourist destination because of its easily accessible sweeping landscapes. This especially includes the well-known Passu Cones! Breathtaking scenery isn’t hard to find in Gojal, Hunza. The Passu Cones is an

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Passu Tourist Sites

Passu Cones: Tupopdan, (The Sun-Drenched Mountain), also known as Passu Cathedral and Passu Cones, is a rocky cathedral ridge that stands at 6106 meters to the north of the village. The Passu Cones is the most photogenic top of the whole area that towers over the village on the other side of the river of

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