Hunza Rakaposhi View Hotel
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... this mine have reputation of bigger size in the world but color is not very good as compared to Shigar in Skardu and Haramosh mines. Their working season on mine is late July to around mid of October, depending over the earlier snow fall of the season. During this period most of the male villagers are on the mine working in the season and there is big traffic from the village to the mine, transporting the mining material and ...
... drive on Karakorum Highway, which is recently repaired by Chinese. But all the flights to Gilgit from Islamabad are subjected to weather condition. You may also approach from China Tashkurgan-Kashgar via Khunjerab Pass 4733M that is another option.
Day-01: Arrival Islamabad, overnight at hotel
Day-02: Drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway (KKH)
Day-03: Continue to Karimabad- Hunza
Day-04: Full day trek to Ultar Meadow
Day-05: Visit to Hopar, walking on ...
... stay in the Tagaphari just walk or trek around, are fixable options.
3rd September 2016: Arrival to Islamabad airport and transfer to hotel, in the rest time of sightseeing in Islamabad and Rawalpini, visit of largest mosque in Asia and old local Bazaar
4th September 2016: Drive to Chilas (10-12 hrs) via Naran and Babu Sar Pass or on the Karakuram Highway, overnight at hotel in Chilas,
... 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 ...
... 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 ...