Hunza Valley, located in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, is a stunning destination known for its majestic landscapes, towering peaks, and rich cultural heritage. While Hunza Valley is a popular tourist destination throughout the year, there are several reasons why one might consider visiting it during winters:
Snow-Covered Scenery: In winter, Hunza Valley transforms into a winter wonderland with snow-covered landscapes, including the iconic mountains like Ultar Sar, Ladyfinger Peak, and Rakaposhi. The pristine white snow enhances the beauty of the already breathtaking scenery.
Peaceful Atmosphere: Winter in Hunza tends to be quieter and less crowded compared to the peak tourist season. This offers visitors a more serene and peaceful experience, perfect for those seeking tranquility and solitude.
Winter Sports: Hunza Valley offers opportunities for winter sports enthusiasts. Visitors can engage in activities such as snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing, making it an ideal destination for adventure seekers.
Frozen Lakes: The famous Attabad Lake and other smaller lakes in the region may freeze during winter, creating a unique and surreal landscape. The frozen lakes provide a different perspective and offer stunning photography opportunities.
Hot Springs: The area around Hunza has natural hot springs, such as the Sikanderabad hot spring. In winter, soaking in these hot springs can be a rejuvenating experience, providing relief from the cold temperatures.
Cultural Exploration: While some areas may experience reduced accessibility during winter, the local culture and traditions remain vibrant. Visitors can still explore the historical sites, forts, and engage with the warm and hospitable local communities.
Unique Festivals: Depending on the timing of your visit, you might have the chance to experience local winter festivals and celebrations. These events often showcase traditional music, dance, and cultural performances.
Clear Views of Mountains: Winter often brings clear skies and crisp air, providing excellent visibility of the surrounding mountain peaks. This is especially appealing for those who want to enjoy unobstructed views of the Karakoram Range.
Cozy Accommodations: Many hotels and guesthouses in Hunza offer cozy and comfortable accommodations with heating facilities, making the stay enjoyable despite the colder temperatures.
Photography Opportunities: The unique winter landscapes, snow-covered villages, and frozen lakes offer photographers a chance to capture the ethereal beauty of Hunza in a different light.
While visiting Hunza Valley in winter can be rewarding, it’s essential to be prepared for colder temperatures and potential road closures due to snow. Checking weather conditions, road statuses, and planning accordingly will contribute to a safe and enjoyable winter visit to Hunza Valley.
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– Group of 2 Persons: PKR 68500 Per Head
– Group of 4 Persons: PKR 40500 Per Head
– Group of 10 Persons: PKR 26500 Per Head
– Group of 18 Persons: PKR 22000 Per Head
– Group of 10 Persons: PKR 35500 Per Head
– Group of 18 Persons: PKR 31000 Per Head
(NOTE: Mentioned prices are estimated and are subject to change according to the requirements.)
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– 90% amount will be refunded if cancelled 7 days prior to tour.
– 75% amount will be refunded if Cancelled 4-6 days Prior to tour.
– 50% amount will be refunded if Cancelled 2-3 days Prior to tour.
– No amount will be refunded if Cancelled in last 24 hours.
Yes, we offer the refund if a person follows the provided cancellation timeline. Please see details in Payment Section under Cancellation Policy.
Change of date is not available for trekking, seasonal, and fixed departure tours. However, it can be availed after discussion with our team.
Change of date is available for customized tours and for some road group tours.
Most of our tours include the porters for trekkers during trekking. However, one can confirm this for a specific tour before booking.
According to our Payment Policy, 50% payment is required for booking, and the remaining 50% needs to be paid before departure.