Hunza is located at a distance of 100 kilometers from Gilgit. In early 1890s, the British embarked upon a mission to annex Hunza and Nagar, which is also known as the Hunza-Nagar Campaign.
British soldiers led by Colonel Durand occupied Nilt Fort in 1890. After that, they proceeded to the Baltit Fort, but faced heavy resistance.
The British gained complete control of Hunza and Nagar with little effort. Thereafter, the Mir of Hunza, Safdar Ali Khan along with his family, fled to Kashgar in China, and his brother Mir Muhammad Nazim Khan was made the new ruler of Hunza by the British.
The much renowned Hunza valley is often referred to as heaven on earth, enveloped in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges, this place has been a great tourist attraction for many years.
Numerous climbers regard this region as having some of the finest mountain scenery anywhere in the world. At Gondogoro Pass, one overlooks to the northeast what Galen Rowell termed the "Throne Room of the Mountain Gods." Apart from dozens more, one can see the following famous peaks from the pass:K2(Choghori) BroadPeak ,Masherbrum,Laila Peak,Gasherbrum I,Gasherbrum II,Gasherbrum III,Gasherbrum IV.
Much of mountaineer climb on the giant of Baltoro whereas not far, the superb valley of Charakusa, Kharidas, Nangma, Humbroq and is growing by isolated towers and superb granite spires which remain out of the world.
In the extreme north of Pakistan, Skardu the central valley of Gilgit-Baltistan, is an epitome of beauty, serenity and wilderness.
Paths to some of the world’s highest mountains that includes K2, K3, and Gasherbrum; all are connected through this valley.
These towering mountains attract thousands of climbers from all over the world each year; some have even lost their lives in efforts to summit these steep climbs.
|1||Arrive Islamabad international airport and transfer to Hotel||HOTEL||512M|
|2||Drive from Islamabad - Chilas (482kms)||HOTEL||1265M|
|3||Drive Chils KKH- Riakot bridge (61kms)- tato- walk 2hrs fairy meadow||HUT||3200M|
|4||Trek Fairy meadow - Beyal Camp nanga parbat view & return - Fairy meadow||HUT||3200M|
|5||Trek down Fairy Meadow - Tato(2hrs) -Drive Raikot 1hrs- Drive Tarishing village 6hrs||GUEST HOUSE||3250M|
|6||Drive from Tarishing village - Deosai national Park - Sadpara Lake - Skardu||HOTEL||2400M|
|7||SKARDU SIGHTSEEING ( BUDDHA ROCK - SHANGRILLA RESORT -SHIGAR FORT).||HOTEL||2400M|
|8||Drive from Skardu -Gilgit - Minapin village ( 225kms)||GUEST HOUSE||2250M|
|9||Drive from Minapin village Karimabad 45 minutes||HOTEL||2500M|
|10||Hunza Sightseeing- Altid fort- Baltid fort - Local Bazar||HOTEL||2500M|
|11||Drive from Hunza Karimabad - Khunjarab paas 4693 & return to Sost village||HOTEL||3200M|
|12||Drive from sost village - Gulmit - Hunza - Gilgit||HOTEL||1500M|
|13||Fly to Islamabad or drive from Gilgit - Bisham||HOTEL||613M|
|14||Islamabad sightseeing Or Drive from Bisham - Islamabad||HOTEL||512M|
|15||FLY OUT TO YOUR OWN DESTINATION (END OF OUR SERVICES)||FLY OUT||EN ROUTE|
1. All Airport picks and drops
2. Transportation briefing, debriefing and sightseeing.
3. Transportation between Islamabad – chilas – fairy meadow - Hunza – Gilgit ,Skardu.
4. Two nights’ Accommodation, twin bed room in Islamabad (bed & breakfast)
5. One nights in Chilas Hotel with full board.
6. Two nights in Fairy meadow with full board.
7. Tow night in Hunza with full board.
8. One night in sost with full board.
9. One night in Bisham with full board.
10 Two night in Skardu with full board.
11. Local staff Wages, insurance, food and equipment.
12. Fort visiting fee.
13. Assistance for Reconfirmation of international flight tickets.
14. All Camping fees, road taxes & bridge crossing fee.
15. Documentation fee
1. Member international flight tickets
4. Member personal insurance
5. Member personal expenses such as telephone calls, fax, email charges, liquor or soft drinks,
6. Room service, gratuities for personal services, items of a purely personal nature
7. Any unforeseen expenses (just like road block extra hotel stay or if members stay more days at Base Camp) then members will be pay according to the numbers of days basses.
1. 1 Small backpack for day trips
3. 3 Pairs of outdoor pants (jeans recommended as they are)
4. Warm sweaters
5. 2 - 4 Pairs of woolen socks
6. T-shirts, shirts, hats or caps
7. 1 Set of warm underwear such as long underpants and long undershirts
9. 1 Pair of light shoes (runners or sneakers)
10. 1 Set of light rain gear such as a pant and jacket combination (1 Water bottle with a 1 litre capacity
11. 1 Pair of sun glasses (VERY IMPORTANT!)
12. A supply of sun blocker or sunscreen lotion and Lip suncream (VERY IMPORTANT!)
13. Personal medications
14. Underwear, personal items, and toiletries
15. 1 pair of fleece pants
16. 1 wool or fleece hat
1. Thermarest sleeping pad
2. Camera and film
3. Journal and pens