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Kunjerab Pass , Hunza
4.8
Khunjerab Pass (Chinese: 红其拉甫口岸; Urdu: درہ خنجراب; Uighur: قونجىراپ ئېغىزى) is a 4,693-meter-high (15,397 ft) mountain pass in the Karakoram
Valley
Hunza Valley , Hunza
4.8
Located in the very north of Pakistan, Hunza Valley will make you feel as if you've traveled back in time, far from the trappings of the mode
Tours from €361
Scenic Drive
4.9
Embark on an epic journey along Karakoram Highway, the high-altitude, transnational road that famously crosses the Himalayas. Originally a ba
Tours from €401
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Duration: 23 days
Highlights: • K2 Base Camp Trek into the heart of Karakoram Mountains range. • One of the world’s top and must do Trekking Adventure. • Spectacular Views of K2, Broad Peak, the Gasherbrums And Trango Towers. • Walking holiday to Concordia and the Baltoro Glacier. • Nnight Camp at Broad Peak Base Camp for the best view of K2. • Explore The Ancient Himalayan Kingdom Of Baltistan Vally. OVERVIEW: K2 Base Camp Trek is no doubt one of the best treks in the world. K2 is in the Gilgit Baltistan region of Pakistan, it is the second highest mountain in the world. This beautiful Pyramid is located in the Concordia, which is the heart of Karakoram Range, and centre of a complex to some of the world highest Peaks and many of the largest glaciers of the world. 
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Geologic Formation
Passu Glacier , Hunza
4.6
Tours from €401
Bridge
4.1
Tours from €1,329
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Hunza

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Valleys · Scenic Walking Areas · Landmarks
A tour of Hunza lets you discover a mountainous valley surrounded by massive snowcapped Himalayan peaks. The most famous attraction in Hunza remains Rakaposhi Mountain, overlooking the valley from a height of 7,788 m (25,551ft). A river streams centrally through the valley, with the surrounding scenery shifting colors throughout the seasons and changing from the pleasing warm reds and yellows of autumn, to the full blossom of fruit trees in spring. The villages here don't depend only on tourism, however, as an elaborate stone irrigation system fuels agriculture, ensuring the sustenance fruit, wheat, and an abundance of poplars. Things to do in Hunza include camping, fishing, gliding, hiking through the picturesque valley, and of course, trekking the gigantic peaks. Add Hunza and other destinations to your itinerary using our Pakistan trip itinerary planner, and learn about what to see, what to do, and where to stay.

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Where to stay in Hunza

A number of small villages provide plenty of accommodations, with the majority surrounding Karimabas, the main bazaar in Hanza. Most casual travelers will find lodgings suitable for all budgets and expectations, but the most demanding of guests may be disappointed. The small sacrifice in luxury is substituted by the breathtaking views of the valley that even some of the least expensive accommodations provide.
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