Places to Visit in Hunza Valley

Enjoying a vacation in the Hunza Valley is a fantasy for every Pakistani and now even visitors from other parts of the world, with Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Europe and Indonesia at the top of the list. We've got a list of places and stuff to do in Hunza in 2020. Plan your tours according to our list of places to visit and enjoy your holidays in a wonderful place of amazing natural beauty and culture to discover. Hunza is now the international tourist destination where every second tourist will be a foreigner, and now Britain has released a supportive travel advisory for visiting northern areas of Pakistan.



Karimabad is well known for the richness of culture, where ancient rulers feel proud to rule. The people of Karimabad had Happy Faces, Traditional Lifestyle, Little Colonies, Hospitality, Community Base System). Tourists love the way in which the people of Karimabad live, "that makes Karimabad a hot destination for Pakistan."
International and local tourists enjoy their time there, the charm of sentry children playing soccer and watching tourists wonder to discover areas. "Karimabad is sweetheart to see" in the Hunza Valley.

Altit Fort

We're not going to explore the history of Altit Fort, but we're going to be ardent to lead you people around the attractions of Altit Fort. When you reach the gates of the Altit Fort, there is a lovely garden of cherries with orchards of apricots, lush green grass, a walkway and beautifully built small cafes and an ancient fort.

Altit fort built to offer a scenic view of the valley where people used to trade silk and other products in prehistoric times. The army keeps an eye on the track that goes through the roads, the royal kings and the queens had their royal rooms and community centres. ALTIT FORT is the evidence of the finest architectural awareness that people in the Hunza Valley devour. Never forget to visit Altit fort during Hunza Tour

Attabad Lake Hunza Valley

The catastrophe turned the Hunza River into a beautiful lake, and a few years ago, in a landslide, two mountains met and prevented the passage of the Hunza River, which later turned into Hunza Lake.
The length of this lake is approximately 29.3 kilometres away from a small village known as Ganish.


Passu is the most romantic location in the Hunza Valley. Every year, thousands of tourists rush to explore this mesmerising little place.
There is a small hotel called Passu Inn, which is chilled, cool and quiet. Excellent food, the taste you've never forgotten. Whenever you go there, you have to commit for at least 10 days. You're going to fall in love with this place.

Rakaposhi and its View Point

While departing Gilgit City an hour drive from KKH, there is a point known as Rakaposhi View Point, a small place where we can see Rakaposhi. Blue skies and snow-covered mountains are the first draw of the Hunza Valley.

Baltit Fort

The 750+ year old fort reflects the traditional Tibetan and Balti architectural heritage. The fort is now a museum open to anyone to visit. Traditional activities such as Bofao and Ginani are also taking place at the fort. The best thing about the fort is that unlike many other forts in the regions, it has a wide range of antiques and old-fashioned equipment on display inside the fort.

Eagle Nest Hunza

One of the highest peaks that could be seen from the whole of Hunza, on the right, there is a mountain known as Lady Finger, and on the right, we can see the Rakaposhi.

Rush Lake

Rush Lake is about 5000m above sea level and one of the largest alpine lakes in the world. Quite difficult trek only experienced trekkers and mountaineers are recommended to visit.

Gojal Village

The people of Gojal are caring, vibrant, and culturally blessed people tuned into mesmerising voices and professional instrumental players.

Sust Border

It is a beautiful village on the edge of the Pakistan-China border, where thousands of tourists come to explore its might. Pak-China borders the initial trading point where the Trade Facilitation Center is located, where the Chinese trucks dump their products. Sost is the last portion of the Hunza Valley.