Hunza Darbar Hotel

Address: Karimabad, Hunza, Pakistan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Karimabad, Hunza, is near Baltit Fort.
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      Travel Blogs from Hunza

      MINAPIN TREK (Rakaposhi and Diran Peak Base Camps

      A travel blog entry by baltoro on Jul 20, 2014

      29 photos

      ... operate, better to start in the morning in order to avoid the heat of sun. Then from Hapakun to Rakposhi Base Camp is also 3-4 hrs easy walk. There are also fixed camping sites where you can spend the nights, all are clean with water

      For the Diran Base Camp has to cross the Katchelly Glacier that takes 2-3 hrs on the moraine to go. It is option to go and back in one day that will take 6-7 hrs or may go and can spend ...

      HUNZA PAKISTAN JEEP SAFARI (North Pakistan)

      A travel blog entry by hunzapakistan on Oct 13, 2012

      35 photos

      ... rock cliff. The architecture is clear indication of the Tibetan influence. This fort was built by the craft-men from Baltistan when the ruler of Hunza was married with princess of Baltistan who bought with her many Balti craft-men as part of her dowry to construct this fort. Ganish Fort is also worth to see that has been also restored recently. In Gulmit Village there is local museum in local traditional house with unique collection of Hunza ...

      Sost, the last bit of Pakistan before China

      A travel blog entry by danialw on Jun 02, 2012

      11 photos

      ... Lake, so large it can be seen from space. To cross the spillway, you have to board a boat going to the other side of the spillway, which I did. I quite enjoyed it, the "lake" is quite beautiful. But for the residents of the villages close to the spillway, their lives were really impacted by the landslide. They used to be connected to the main towns and other villages by the KKH, but the lake has isolated them and shut them off from ...

      Hunza, heaven on earth!

      A travel blog entry by danialw on May 31, 2012

      3 comments, 123 photos

      ... which she replied, it is probably not that safe here for you. I got the hint and went back to Karimabad. Even though these villages are fairly close together, the thinking of the people does vary considerably. Some are quite friendly and accepting, while others are not so much. The food in Hunza is delicious, mainly vegetables and really organic. Unlike the rest of Pakistan, the food here does not rely heavily on meat or spices. The people also get a lot of fresh air and ...

      Into the Pakistani Himalayas along the KKH

      A travel blog entry by danialw on May 30, 2012

      3 photos

      ... where a bus going to Gilgit (exactly like ours) was stopped, the men told to get out, their id cards checked, and 14 gunned down due to belonging to a certain sect. I thought I was just being paranoid. But a man beside me on the bus said that, "You can never trust anyone here, some work for America, some are religious extremists, and some are just criminals." So I was on high alert, perched behind a rock to hide if necessary. The man was wearing a ...