Hunza Eagle's Nest Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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HUNZA VALLEY TREKKING
This program is combination of light adventure (one day hikes or treks) and visiting the various villages, local traditional houses, historical moments and meet with local population of mountain. You will travel on Karakorum Highway to Hunza Valley, through Besham, Khoistan, Chilas and Gilgit and enjoy the various …
... 4 hrs to walk on moraine and Glacier, overnight in the tent
13th September 2015: In the morning trek to Katchelly Lake 4000 M and back to camp then cross the Glacier to Tagaphari, overnight in the tent
14th September 2015: Trek back to Minapin 3-4 hrs then drive to Karimabad, overnight at hotel
... in fact there are two former princely states, Hunza and Nagar). Nagar occupies the entire south side of the Valley and north side around Chalt and famous peak Rakaposhi 77880M is located in Nagar Valley. Nagar and Central Hunza shared the language and ancestry, face one another across the river and during the kingdom also migrated to each other valleys, so have some same tribes in these valleys. Nagar is home to some of the best treks in the ...
... equally as a province of Pakistan because of the never-ending dispute with India, and a whole range of other issues. One thing that we talked about that really fascinated me was Ismailism, the major religion here.
Ismailism is a subset of Shia Islam, but it is so different that it is probably unfair to call it so. Their leader is the Aga Khan, who is said to be a direct descendant of the prophet Muhammad. He has the right to change aspects of the religion as he ...
... movement known as the "Tabligh Jamaat", which is a peaceful, non-political, Islamic revivalist movement. Generally, Tablighis tend to know little about worldly affairs, focusing on purely spiritual revival. This man though was not your average Tablighi. We had a lengthy chat about the problems in Pakistan, which there are many, the history of Pakistan, and Islam.
He said that Pakistan faces two main problems: load shedding and high inflation. ...