9 Days Trip To Hunza, Khunjerab-Pass, Naltar, Passu & Nagar

Rs. 208800 - 498000

/ group

9 Days Trip To Hunza, Khunjerab-Pass, Naltar, Passu & Nagar

4.08 - 35 Reviews

9 Days   Starting from Islamabad

Overview

A miracle of stillness, epitome of perfect shades of blue, a beauty in tragedy, Attabad lake is Pakistan's largest artificial lake created by a severe landslide in Attabad Village, Gojal valley back in 2010. Bluest of all, this lake connects the glorious Hunza valley to the Serene Passu in Gojal valley.The sangfroid 45 minutes boat ride in the lake to the nirvana on the other end is an unforgettable experience. As the boat meanders through the turquoise colours lake lapped by high rugged colossal mountains the journey seems to arrest in your heart forever where every scene tends to have multiple makeovers having an instant display of splendour. During the summer the warm climate soothes the soul and the glistening sunshine shines onto the sparkling still water where the only ripples created are because of the boat. Emotions intensified when you come across one of the wonders of the majestic Passu Cathedrals rise dramatically behind the fluttering clouds. In winters even you can walk over the frozen 10 km pathway of Attabad lake.

Naltar is a valley near Hunza, in the Gilgit–Baltistan province of Pakistan situated 40 km from Gilgit. It has an internationally recognised ski resort which attracts ski professionals from around the globe.
The road from Gilgit to Naltar offers a wonder of treats for the eyes from the dusty brown of the mountains flawlessly balanced by the icy blue stream flowing in its feet, with snow-capped mountains drawing closer and closer, increasing one’s anticipation of what is to come. Passing through quaint local settlements clustered in the valley, where rosy-cheeked and starry-eyed children merrily wave as you pass by. One can enjoy sights such as luscious meadows, crystal blue streams, and milky clouds with chilly breezes.
Naltar along with its magnificent mountain scenery is home to a wide range of wildlife such as the Markor, Snow Leopards, Brown Bears, Grey Wolves, Red foxes, Beech Marten and the Leopard cat.

Passu is a small village on the Karakoram Highway, beside the Hunza River, some 15 kilometers from Gulmit, the Tehsil headquarters of Gojal in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, and about 150 km upriver from Gilgit. It lies very near the tongue of the Passu Glacier, and just south of the tongue of the Batura Glacier. The latter is the fifth longest non-polar glacier in the world at 56 km,and reaches very near to the highway. Tupopdan, 6,106 metres (20,033 ft), also known as "Passu Cones" or "Passu Cathedral", lies to the north of the village; it is the most photographed peak of the region. Borith Lake is a lake in the Gilgit–Baltistan, Pakistan. Borith is a hamlet in the surroundings of the Borith Lake to the northwest of Husseini, a village near Gulmit, Gojal, in the upper Hunza. The altitude of Borith is roughly 2,600 m (8,500 feet) above sea level.

Nagar, founded in the fourteenth century, was an autonomous principality until the British gained control of the state following the Hunza–Nagar Campaign (1889-1893). It was a colonial princely state until 1947, but from 1868 it was a vassal of the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, despite never being directly ruled by Kashmir. The rulers of Nagar were considered to be among the most loyal vassals of the Maharajas of Jammu and Kashmir, sending annual tributes to their Durbars until 1947. The British granted them a Hereditary gun salute of 15-guns.

Nagar, founded in the fourteenth century, was an autonomous principality until the British gained control of the state following the Hunza–Nagar Campaign (1889-1893). It was a colonial princely state until 1947, but from 1868 it was a vassal of the Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, despite never being directly ruled by Kashmir. The rulers of Nagar were considered to be among the most loyal vassals of the Maharajas of Jammu and Kashmir, sending annual tributes to their Durbars until 1947. The British granted them a Hereditary gun salute of 15-guns.

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Trip Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    • Drive to Chilas/Naran
    • Arrival at Chilas
    • Night stay at Chilas/Naran

  • DAY 2

    • Breakfast
    • Departure for Hunza
    • Arrival at Hunza
    • Drive to the hotel
    • Overnight stay in Hunza

  • DAY 3

    • Breakfast
    • Visit Altit fort & Royal Garden
    • Visit Baltit Fort
    • Visit Karimabad Bazar for shopping / local food
    • Overnight stay in Hunza,

  • DAY 4

    • Breakfast
    • Departure towards Khunjerab
    • Enroute:
    • Ataabad Lake,
    • Gulmit,
    • Passu,
    • Hussaini Bridge,
    • Sost
    • Arrival at Khunjerab Pass
    • Drive back to Passu
    • Overnight stay in Passu

  • DAY 5

    • Breakfast
    • Rest day at passu
    • Passu glacier trek (approx. 1.5 hours)
    • Spend time with local villagers at Passu
    • Night stay at Passu

  • DAY 6

    • Visit Nagar district
    • Drive to Hoper glacier view point
    • Free relaxation time or shopping time around Karimabad
    • Visit to Hunza De Café – famous for walnut cake (optional)
    • Night stay in Riverdale Resort, Gilgit

  • DAY 7

    • Breakfast at Hotel
    • Departure for Nalter
    • Arrival at Nomal
    • Jeeps Transfer for Nalter
    • Visit Naltar Blue Lake & Satrangi Lakes
    • Night stay at Giglit

  • DAY 8

    • Departure for Chilas/Naran
    • Arrival
    • Night stay at Chilas/Naran

  • DAY 9

    • Breakfast
    • Departure for Islamabad
    • End of Trip

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Khoj

KHOJ - was founded as an eco-tourism company, which now operates as a private tour operator - groups only on demand.

Insurance

Prices are mentioned in rupees per person.

BenefitsPlatinum (By Air)Gold (By Air or Road)
Accidental Death & Permanent Disability1,000,0005,00,000
Accidental Medical Reimbursement50,00025,000
Emergency Medical Evacuation30,00015,000
Repatriation of Mortal Remains *15,00015,000
Loss of Baggage7,5003,500
Loss of CNIC2,0001,500

* In case of natural death only.

Cancellation Policy

  • - 50% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified 7 days prior to the trip.
  • - 75% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified 4 days prior to the trip.
  • - 100% of the total amount will be deducted if **cancellation** notified in the last 4 days prior to the trip unless the trip is cancelled by the management.

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Ratings & Reviews of the Trip

4.08 (35)
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By Aswad anees

December 19, 2019

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By Mr.Weiyang

January 10, 2020

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By Maham ashfaq

January 13, 2020

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By Muhammad Kashif

January 29, 2020

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By Mohsin Butt

February 3, 2020

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