Serena Hunza Baltit Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... the rocky slope for 30 minutes to a verdant bowl. You can have the view of Diran Peak, Rakaposhi and their interconnecting ice wall and finally come into full view. After reaching Tagaphari can climb the ridge to have nice view of Hunza Valley and mountains. Overnight in the tent
12th September 2015: Trek to cross the glacier to Diran Base Camp 3700 M and takes ...
... utensils, musical instruments, a stuffed snow leopard, gems etc on display. You may visit to Rock carving at Donaydas that is called"Hunza Scared Rocks " and ruby mine. You can have boat safari at newly formed lake (Attaabad Lake) due to huge landslide that blocked the Karakorum Highway and Hunza River, formed a big lake in the middle of the mountains .
The view points for the landscape are Duikar-Altit 3000M, the highest point of ...
... of the area.
Cross border trade from China has also been significantly affected as crossing the lake is quite slow and inefficient. The government has given a timeline of another 3 years to fix the problem but most people expect it to be done in 5 years.
On the ride to Sost from the spillway, I met a Sufi man who discussed Rumi with me. Sufism is not a sect as much as it is the mystical dimension of Islam. He told me that ...
... eyes. The theory behind it is that various people populated this valley, from China, the silk road, and from various wars. Urdu and English are commonly understood as well.
I met a young student at Baltit fort, a major part of this places' history, who was originally from Hunza but is studying in Gilgit. We, along with a few others, discussed various issues, from Pakistan's involvement in the Arab-Israeli conflict, to the situation of Gilgit-Baltistan not ...
... The bus ride was pretty cool. There were some merchants from various parts of Pakistan going to China to do business, some native Gilgitis and Hunzais, and some local tourists. I chatted with one interesting merchant from Peshawar who imports tires from Urumqi in China and sells them at the Pir Wadhai bus station in Rawalpindi at his shop. He was a merchant/Islamic missionary aka a "Tablighi". Tabilighis are people who subscribe to the popular ...