Serena Hunza Baltit Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... and Duikar and hike up to Shahabad
Day-06: Continue to Borit Lake and trek up to Passu Glacier and down to Passu Village
Day-07: Visit of Passu Suspension Bridge and continue to Karimabad
Day-08: Continue to Chilas or Naran
Day-09: Continue to Islamabad
Day-10: Departure from Islamabad
NORTH PAKISTAN ADVENTURE
(Trekking, Tours and Expeditions)
... 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 ...
... and fairy lands and re-known for bravery, hard-work, longevity, hospitality and distinct cultural heritage, the people of Hunza have kept their autonomy for centuries and championed the ideals of freedom, equality and peace in the region.
Sightseeing tour of Hunza commences with visit of famous Baltit Fort, 800 years old that has been restored by the Aga Khan Cultural Services, AKCS Altit Fort 900, years old that is located on the top of ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...