Autumn Tour of Hunza Valley

Autumn Tour Hunza Valley
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   Autumn is a time when the landscape of Hunza looks like a classic autumn painting, the trees turning Yellow, Gold, Red contrasting sharply with the snow-capped mountains It is believed that James Hilton’s famous novel “Lost Horizon” and depiction of Shangrila was inspired from Hunza valley, famous for the hospitality and average life expectancy of its inhabitant .Hunza existed as an independent princely state until 1974 before it acceded to Pakistan. The kingdom was ruled by a monarchy for well over 1200 years in the recorded History of Hunza. The Karakoram Highway cuts through the lofty mountain of Hunza and is at the cross-roads of the ancient Silk route.   Hunza Valley is located in the Gilgit-Baltistan Territory of Pakistan bordering Xingjian province of China to the North-East and the Wakhan corridor of Afghanistan.. It offers historical views of Altit Fort(9oo Years Old) and Baltit Fort(800 Years old) both UNESCO award winning heritage sites. It’s covered by high peaks namely Rakaposhi(7.7788 m),Lady finger(6,000 m),Ultar Sar(7,388 m) and Golden Peak(7,027 m).All of the above peaks can be seen from the town.Hunza has a rich pre-Islamic history. Islam came for the first time in 15ht century.   People of Hunza loosely speaking are a multi-ethnic group who have migrated from the surrounding regions. It’s spread over an Area of 38,000 km2 (15,000 sq mi). As of today Hunza has a literacy rate of well over 90 % ..The Major towns include Karimabad(capital), Altit, Ganesh, Aliabad, Gulmit, Shimshal, Passu, Sost and Chipurson t.The temperature is pleasant during summers and is harsh in winter with temperatures falling well below -20 C.    The lush green fertile valley, Orchards full of fruits, pastures filled with multi-colored flowers are the summer delights. Autumn Season (Oct-Nov) The transition from summers to autumn starts during the last days of September.    We strongly believe that our “The Autumn Tour of Hunza Valley ” will create an amazing life long memory for you. Any queries, Please reach us  
Join any of our 3 guaranteed fixed departures for the Autumn Tour of Hunza Valley (8 days).Make your booking as early as possible to avoid any last minute visa hassle because it usually takes 2-3 weeks to obtain a Pakistani visa. The Maximum size of group is 10 persons. The dates have been carefully chosen to avail the best of Autumn season in Hunza valley.(it may slightly vary every year) Choose the slots that best suits your timing needs. We may conduct multiple Tours around the same slots given the number of bookings we receive.  
Start Date End Date Price Availability Register
01,Oct   2021 08,Oct   2021 1200 US$ limited   Seats
10,Oct   2021 17,Oct   2021 1200 US$ limited   Seats
18,Oct   2021 25,Oct   2021 1200 US$ limited   Seats
  Day 01:Arrival at Islamabad International Airport
Altitude : 540 m On this day your flight will arrive as per schedule at the Islamabad International Airport. Our representative/Guide(s) will meet and greet you .You will be transferred to your hotel. This day you’ll relax and recover from the Jet-lag and Journey. Later on the day all members of the group will be briefed about The Hunza Valley Tour (NT-101). Depending on the time available there may be an option of doing some sightseeing later in the day in the capital city, Islamabad.
  Day 02:Drive to Naran
Altitude : 2,409 m After Breakfast we will drive towards Narran .After Check in to the hotel we will spend the day exploring the local market. Overnight stay in Naran.
  Day 03:Drive to Hunza Valley
Altitude :2,438 m Today we are off on an epic epic road Journey towards Hunza Valley on Karakoram Highway driving through Babusar Pass ,along the Indus river passing through small villages along Karakoram Highway. During the drive we will make frequent stops for photography and Tea, the view from the road is truly incredible. Major stops during the drive include Rock art(Petroglyphs)from Buddhist era along the KKH, view point of Nanga Parbat ,Junction point of the karakoram-Himalaya-Hindukush mountain range, and Rakaposhi view point besides various others.
  Day 04:Rest day & Sightseeing in Majestic Hunza Valley
Altitude: 2,438 m Today you will wake up to some incredible views from the window of your room. We will start our day by walking on a uphill climb (15-20 minutes) to Baltit Fort, built in the 8th century BC .It’s majestic location being surrounded by snowy mountains, makes this fort one of the most photogenic spots in Pakistan. Guest can do shopping from the famous local handicraft and gemstones market in Karimabad, try local food in a local café owned by local women. Followed by a visit to Altit Fort (900 years old) Royal garden and Eagles nest (Highest viewpoint) in town for sunset(Golden hour)witnessing a total of five snow covered Peaks above 6000 m.
  Day 05:Exploring Hunza valley
Altitude: 4,693 m On day two in Hunza we will drive towards Khunjerab Pass(Pak-China border) passing through the turquoise color Attabad lake, 7 Km new built Tunnel through mountains, Hussaini suspension bridge, Passu cones,Batura Glacier and will enter the khunjerab national Park inhabited by endangered Snow leopard, Himalayan Ibex and wild Partridges. You will have plenty of time to interact with local and visiting local village. Lunch, dinner and stay in Passu village
  Day 06:Drive towards Naran
On this day we will start our return drive from the picturesque village of Passu towards Naran with a lot of memories .Just before Chilas will turn left and drive on to Babusar road through lush Kaghan valley. We will have frequent photo and Tea breaks.
  Day 07:Drive to Islamabad
After breakfast will start the drive onto the final leg of our Journey will drive back to purpose built capital city of Islamabad. We will be passing through the towns of Mansehra, Havellain, and Taxila. Frequent Photo and tea breaks. Check in to hotel.
  Day 08:Departure Day-Fly Home
Depending on the timing of your departure flights back home, your guide will transfer you to Islamabad International Airport.
Important Info
Licensed Guide. (Government Requirement).
Airport transfers for international flights.
All land transport involved in the itinerary.
Hotel Accommodation (twin sharing).
Fully Inclusive meals (Breakfast, lunch, Dinner).
All permit fees, Museum Entry Fees.
Travel insurance.
Pakistan Visa Fee.
Tips for local guides and support staff.
Miscellaneous expenses i.e. souvenirs etc.
Alcoholic Beverages/personnel meal orders.


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Sustainable Tourism

Nomadic Tours(Pakistan) Practices & Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism

Being a local based travel company located in the heart of karakorams in Hunza valley Pakistan, and as a part of the core values and mission of Nomadic Tours (Pakistan) we take responsible Tourism seriously.

Following are the two initiatives (5&13) under practice by Nomadic Tours (Pakistan) for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism put forth in SDGS by UN for responsible tourism.

Climate Action SDG#13
(We plant a Tree for every booking)  

Pakistan is among the worst hit by climate change globally with temperature soaring and glaciers melting. Mass tourism has been a challenge during summer vacations. We at Nomadic Tours (Pakistan) contribute in our little capacities. We ensure we leave behind minimum carbon foot prints and leave behind a cleaner and greener environment for upcoming generations.

From 2021 we will be planting a tree for every booking you make with us.The native trees include non- fruit bearing (Willow,Poplar,Oak and Russian Olive).Fruit bearing Trees include (Apricot,walnut,Peach and Cherry).

Gender Equality SDG#5
Inclusion of women in Tourism work force .
From year 2021, In an effort to bring about a gender equilibrium and encourage women to be an equal part of tourism  work force, here at Nomadic Tours(Pakistan) women work as mountain guides  and perform administrative duties.

There is an entirely dedicated Tour (women’s only tour in Pakistan) to start with. We ensure equal pays for all genders.


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