Hunza View Hotel

New Ganish Rd , Hunza, Pakistan | Hotel
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DAY 13: Hunza Valley - Baltit Fort, Pakistan

A travel blog entry by krishnad


Hunza Valley - Baltit Fort, Pakistan

We left the hotel at 0830 by coach and drove up the mountain behind the hotel, through the bazaar, and then a VERY steep climb up to the fort.

Very hot again of course, but we all made it we’re experts now! Baltit Fort: an amazing construction, about 700 years old, recently restored & …

DAY 12 Hopper Glacier & Ganish Village, Pakistan

A travel blog entry by krishnad



Pintoo woke me at 0500. From the bed we could see the view of the Hunza Range all round. It was dawn, and the first rays of the sun were begining to catch the peaks. Wow!

Lazed/tea/shower – felt clean after all the heat and dust of yesterday. Sat on the balcony belonging to the empty suite …


A travel blog entry by hunzapakistan


... 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 ...

Hunza, heaven on earth!

A travel blog entry by danialw


... due to the time and/or situation. Because of this, Ismailis pray 3 times a day: fajr (dawn), maghrib (sunset), and Isha (night). Most Muslims, however, pray 5 times a day. Their prayer is more of a supplication and is not physical, like the prayer practiced by most of the Muslims. They do not have to fast, go for Hajj (Islamic pilgrimage), recite the Adhan, have women wear the Hijab, have men grow beards, and various other norms associated with both mainstream Sunni and ...

Into the Pakistani Himalayas along the KKH

A travel blog entry by danialw


... are aware of the concept of high inflation, but load shedding is something that I never truly knew anything about or understood. Most places in Pakistan have power on for about 1 hour, then no power for 4 hours, and so on. I asked him why Pakistan hasn’t come up with a solution for this. After all, there are enough engineers in Pakistan to figure it out. He told me that the problem is not a technical problem; rather, it is a political problem. ...


This hotel, located on New Ganish Rd , Hunza, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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