Trip to Hunza,Naran & Khunjerab Pass


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Trip to Hunza,Naran & Khunjerab Pass

3.27 - 3 Reviews

6 Days   Starting from Islamabad  Host: Awais Chaudhry


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Hunza, the valley of dreams where the cherry blossom trees put on a spectacular show in summer, and the frost-covered mountains and icy Attabad Lake create a scene straight out of a snow globe in winter, is located in the Gilgit-Pakistan region of Pakistan. A week in the majestic Karakoram mountain ranges is enough to transform you. It offers something for everyone, be it mountaineers, explorers, couples or tourists. Higher up is also the iconic Khunjerab Pass connecting Pakistan to its great neighbor China. Baltit is a popular tourist destination because of the spectacular scenery of the surrounding mountains like Ultar Sar, Rakaposhi, Bojahagur Duanasir II, Ghenta Peak, Hunza Peak, Passu Cathedral, Diran Peak and Bubli Motion (Ladyfinger Peak).

Khunjerab Pass is the world’s highest paved international border crossing at an elevation of 15,397 feet in the Karakoram Mountains on the northern border of Pakistan's Region of Gilgit–Baltistan (Hunza and Nagar Districts) and on the southwest border of China (the Xinjiang region). The “Eighth Wonder of the World”, the Karakoram Highway, (a 1300 km long road) passes through the Khunjerab Pass to become the China National Highway 314 on the other side. The Pass also boasts of the highest ATM in the world on the Pakistani side from the National Bank of Pakistan and 1LINK. The iconic, rectangular, grey-white pass is the highest point on the Karakoram Highway; a renowned tourist attraction and an endpoint for various adventure cycling tours.

For Any Specific Seat Demand By Any Client 1000 Per Seat/ Per Day Will be Charged.

- Travel Through Private Air Conditioned Vehicle.
(Saloon Coaster if 18-20 Persons)
(Grand Cabin if 11-13 Persons)
- Travelling Cost to Khunjerab Pass (Tickets Included)
- Ride of Boats at Attabad lake (Tickets Included)
- BBQ | Bonfire and Music
- All Tolls and Taxes


- Personal Clothing
- Extras at hotels like drinks, laundry, phone calls.
- Insurance liability medical aid, and helicopter rescue coverage.
- Anything thing other than mentioned above in “Cost Include” area is not included in cost
- Fort Tickets are Not Included

Recommended Gear:

Trip Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    09:30 pm Departure From Lahore
    New Daewoo Terminal Thokar Niaz Baig

  • DAY 2

    Reached Islamabad 30 Minutes Break For Pick Islamabad Participants
    02:30 am Departure From Islamabad
    Reached Naran Breakfast at Naran
    Transferred To Hotel
    Full Day Spent at Naran
    Visit of Lake Saif Ul Malook (Beself)
    Visit Naran Bazar at Night
    Rafting at Naran
    Night Stay at Naran
    08:00 pm Dinner
    (Hotel One Plus / Al Zaib / Arcadian Inn or Similar)

  • DAY 3

    08:00 am Breakfast
    Start travel towards Hunza through Karakoram Highway
    Moving towards Karimabad (Hunza)
    Visit Rakaposhi Viewpoint
    Visit Junction of 3 mighty mountain ranges
    Visit Nanga Parbet Viewpoint
    Visit Altit Fort
    Sunset In Duikar
    Night stay in Karimabad (Hunza)
    (Hotel World Roof / Baltit Heritage Inn or Same)
    (Breakfast + Dinner)

  • DAY 4

    08:00 am Breakfast
    Boating on Attabad Lake
    Photography at Pasu Cones
    Visit Husaini Bridge
    Visit KhunjrabPass
    Back to Kariamabad
    Night stay in Karimabad (Hunza)
    BBQ Night + Bonefire
    Night Stay in Karimabad (Hunza)
    08:00 pm Dinner
    (Hotel World Roof / Baltit Heritage Inn)
    (Breakfast + Dinner)

  • DAY 5

    08;00 am Breakfast:
    Visit Baltit Fort-Back to Nagar
    Visit Nagar Valley
    Visit Hoper Glacier
    Departure for Chillas
    07:00 pm Dinner
    Night stay in Chillas
    (Panorama Hotel Chillas)
    (Breakfast + Dinner)

  • DAY 6

    06:00 am Breakfast
    06:30 am Departure from Chillas
    Lunch/Dinner On Way At Abbotabad Route 35 Cafe
    Moving towards Lahore & Islamabad
    09:30 pm Arrival at Islamabad:
    02:30 am Arrival at Lahore (Next Day)


  • Accommodation (3-4 persons sharing)

  • Transport

  • Standard Meals

  • Guide

  • Basic first aid kit

  • Photography

Event Host

Pakistan Nature Explorers

Pakistan Nature Explorers ® is a Registered Voluntary Body Being Operated by a Group of Outdoor Passionate Persons Having Years of Experience in Hiking,Camping,Trekking and Outdoor Event Planning


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

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  • - 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 within the last 3 days prior to the trip unless the trip is canceled by the management

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Ratings & Reviews of the Trip

3.27 (3)
Trip Reviews

By Kashif Javed

September 24, 2020

It was mentioned in the schedule that two lunch will be provided at fairy Meadows, but unfortunately we have to self finance these two lunches. Other than that everything was perfect .

By Khalid Hussain

October 15, 2020

my life change experience with bhai ali bhai , because he always be good suggestion in this trip cheers khalid .

By Sohaib Qazi

October 22, 2020

My tour experience was extremely unsatisfactory, extremely tasteless food, dirty and small rooms, dirty water at Hunza Hotel, poor wifi signals, no hot water available in hotel rooms.(opinion of majority in the group) Plus, FMA is charging more as compared to any tour operator, majority of the group members paid 14k for the same trip for which I paid 17k. I joined the trip from Karachi paying 9k extra. I regret my decision of selecting this platform and never going to recommend it to anyone. It was a total waste of time and money. I will definitely add all these points in my review blog and highlight why going on a trip directly with a tour operator is less costly & how FMA is making fool out of people. .