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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 & …
THE HUNZA VALLEY, PAKISTAN
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 …
... serif;">th September 2014: Day free for the local visits, Altit Fort, Baltit Fort/hotel
16th September 2014: Drive to Chilas on Karakorum Highway, overnight at hotel
17th September 2014: Continue to Islamabad, overnight at hotel
18th September 2014: Departure ...
HUNZA PAKISTAN JEEP SAFARI – (North Pakistan Adventure)
HUNZA, the high mountain Valley in the Karakorum, is located in the extreme north of Pakistan in Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas), fortified by the giant mountain ranges of Karakorum, Himalayas, Hindu-kush and Pamirs through the Wakhan Corridor and further north neighbored by the heavenly mountains of Tianshan and Kunlunsun and historic city of Kashgar. The legendary land ...
... and downhill quite frequently as this place is quite mountainous.
Another interesting thing about Hunza is the language spoken here. It is called Burushaski. It is interesting because it has shown no relation to any other language in the world and is part of no language family. It is known as a language isolate as a result. To add to the intrigue of this place are the people, whose facial features range from brown-skinned, to Asiatic, to fair-skinned, to blonde hair ...