Hunza Eagle's Nest Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... village and at mine. Even going to the mine we need to have the permit from the village for national and international tourists or businessmen who would like to visit mine, according to them that is for the security on the mountain.
It is very interesting to visit this mine to meet the miners and see their way of mining, life on high altitude mine. There is very fantastic view of Diran Peak 7256M, Summyar Peak 5800M and ...
... in the tents or hotel
7th September 2016: Trek from: Minapin to Hapakun 2800M (3 hours, 5.8 km and 800
m ascent). It takes maximum 3 hours to reach Hapakun (2800 M), a grassy meadow, from Diran Guest house situated at Minapin Village.
8th September 2016: Hapakun to Tagaphari 3300M (2-3 hours, 3km, 450m ascent), a steep trail continues from Hapakun to Tagaphari. The trail eases off and ...
... is famous mine (Chhumar Bakor) in the Summyar, just in-front of the Diran Peak. In Hopar-Nagar Valley easy access to walk on the glacier and can have very nice view of peaks on Hunza side too.
There are two very famous seasons to visit this valley, the Spring season, when fruit trees erupt in white blossom and in Autumn the leaves of the trees become yellow and reddish, looks very beautiful with fall colors. The suitable period to visit ...
... eyes. The theory behind it is that various people populated this valley, from China, the silk road, and from various wars. Urdu and English are commonly understood as well.
I met a young student at Baltit fort, a major part of this places' history, who was originally from Hunza but is studying in Gilgit. We, along with a few others, discussed various issues, from Pakistan's involvement in the Arab-Israeli conflict, to the situation of Gilgit-Baltistan not ...
... altitude some of the rivers flow with strong force and cut deep valleys and gorges. The large numbers of the population around 85 percent are involved in the tourism business directly and indirectly, few are engaged with government jobs and NGOs. The economy of the Valley is largely depends over the tourism, subsistence agriculture and livestock rearing. Fruits are also most important crops, apricots, apples, cherry, peaches, grapes and mulberry ...