Hunza Tour Packages

One of the most beautiful destinations, the Hunza valley has always mesmerized its visitors. Our highly successful Hunza tour packages in Pakistan provide you fully managed experience for solo travellers, families, newlywed couples and corporate groups. End to end management means you forget the hassle and enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds while on our tour package to Hunza. Get a pre-planned group tour or ask for a customized Hunza trip experience.

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Updated October 2024

Welcome to your best online tour package booking website where you can get the best prices for Hunza tour packages starting from Rs. 18,000 only. The best way to experience Hunza is by joining a group tour or asking for a private tour package itinerary from our destination experts. You can join a tour package from Lahroe, Karachi or Islamabad. Most tour packages offer pick up from any city along the GT Road. But you must check with us about the pick-up options before you book online any of our Hunza Package.

Reaching Hunza Valley

According to Hunza Valley Ease of Access Score is 4.1 out of 10. This is a medium difficulty level and can be suitable for most adults. However, children and old people may find exhaustion and fatigue on their tour to Hunza.

1,211 Km 15.41 Hours Drive 1.47 Hours by Air
390 Km 4.50 Hours Drive 00.55 Hours by Air
600 Km 12.31 Hours Drive 1.15 Hours by Air




Karimabad Hunza

Route 1: KKH main route via Besham > Chilas > Gilgit > Hunza Valley

From Lahore: Est. 16 hours, From Islamabad 12 hours

Note: KKH near Besham is not good. May cause delay and trouble. Then a patch between Chilas and Gilgit has bad road.

Rest of KKH road is in good condition.

  • Lahore > Hunza = 16 hours
  • Islamabad > Hunza = 12.20 hours
  • Karachi > Hunza = 29 hours (assuming karachi to Lahore by Road)

Hunza Trip Route 2: CPEC route via Babusar Top > Chilas > Gilgit > Hunza

From Lahore: Est. 14.15 hours, From Islamabad 10.35 hours

Note: Drive on Hazara motorway and exit at end of the Balakot city and drive on CPEC (If open)

Sometimes CPEC and the route to Babusar Top is closed due to several reasons so check it before taking th route.

  • Lahore > Hunza = 14.15 hours
  • Islamabad > Hunza = 10.35 hours
  • Karachi > Hunza = 27.15 hours (assuming karachi to Lahore by Road)

Flights from: Karachi > Lahore > Islamabad > Hunza

From Lahore: Est. 12 hours, From Islamabad 2.15 hours

Note: There is no direct flight from Lahore or Karachi to Hunza.

If you want to travel from Lahore or Karachi to Hunza you have to take via Islamabad flights

Going to Hunza Valley Latest Road Condition

Note: This is a community updated content. Best effort is made to keep it updated for the benefit of the travelers. We want to make sure you find a comfortable Hunza trip. That's why we provide following updates on regular basis for those who are going solo or through a Hunza tour package.

Karachi to Lahore

Good road condition. Use M3 From Karachi and then M4 from Multan to Lahore. All is perfect condition.

Last updated: 27 October 2024 by Ali

Lahore to Islamabad

Good road condition. Use M2 From Lahore to Lahore and then use any of the both routes mentioned above. M2 is in perfect condition while there are some bad patches in Islamabad to Hunza routes.

Last updated: 27 October 2024 by Ali

Hunza Weather

Hunza experiences predominantly cold weather with significant snowfall during winters, but the climate is pleasantly mild during summers. There is pretty much variety in the weather and you'll experience the mild to harsh weather during your Hunza tour package. While winter travel to Hunza can present some challenges, those who enjoy snow will be captivated by the breathtaking scenery. Conversely, summers in Hunza offer a delightful, expansive landscape, allowing visitors to freely explore and partake in various excursions. So whatever your preference of weather is, a trip to Hunza is definitely going to charm you in one way or the other.

Temperature Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High °C -13 -12 -4 0 4 8 13 12 9 1 -6 -11
Low  °C -29 -26 -21 -14 -6 0 5 5 1 -8 -20 -26

Hunza Valley in Winter.

October - March1"C to -13 "C

Hunza Valley is a beautiful destination to visit in winters, but the weather and the availability of some tourist activities may be affected by the cold and snowy conditions. During winters, Hunza experiences heavy snowfall, and temperatures can drop well below freezing. The average temperature during winters ranges between -1 to -13 degrees Celsius. Your Hunza tour package may hit a road block due to heavy snowfall. Hunza also offers an opportunity for winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. Some tourist activities may be limited during winters,it is an ideal time to experience the unique winter culture of the region, enjoy the snow-covered landscape, and indulge in the local winter cuisine.

Hunza Tours in Summer.

April - September4"C to 13 "C

Hunza valley gives a completely different sight in summer. Located in the northernmost region of Pakistan, Hunza offers breathtaking natural beauty, including snow-capped mountains, lush green valleys, and crystal clear rivers.In the summer months, Hunza experiences mild weather, with temperatures ranging between 4 to 13 degrees Celsius. This makes it an ideal destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, trekking, and camping. Hunza is also famous for its delicious local cuisine, including apricot-based dishes, local bread, and meat dishes. So, if you're planning to visit Hunza in summers, make sure to try the local food and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.

Hunza Valley in Autumn.

September - November 

Hunza is one of Pakistan's most spectacular northern attractions. Many tourists from across the country and even some from abroad have expressed fascination with it. Over the course of the year, Hunza receives all four seasons. However, the best time to visit the valley is during autumn, when temperatures vary from 15 to 18 degrees Celsius and are pleasant for all visitors. The nights are refreshingly cool while the days are sunny. The autumn season, when the apple, apricot and walnut trees' colourful leaves change and fall to the ground, is when the valley's grandeur is at its most. The ideal weather makes this the greatest time to enjoy nature treks in the valley. Autumn in Hunza offers several beautiful locations, including Karimabad, Altit, Gulmit, Baltit fort, and many more. For those who enjoy being in nature, Hunza offers a variety of destinations. For the best autumnal views, visit Passu cones or explore duiker. Travellers who are excited to visit Hunza in the autumn are encouraged to carry layers of clothing for the brisk evenings. The people of the Hunza Valley are renowned for being the nicest and welcoming to visitors of all kinds.

Hunza Tours in Spring.

March - May

Hunza is the best option if you look forward to visiting Northern areas. The valley is rich in natural beauty and has stunning views to offer. You can visit the valley anytime of the year however, the spring season has the most pleasant weather to offer. The spring season begins in the early March and extends till the end of April. It is the moderate weather after experiencing the chilliest winters. Some of the attractions to enjoy during the spring season in the valley include Rakaposhi view point, Royal Garden of Altit and Baltit fort, Karimabad, Hopper valley, Attabad Lake, Gulmit village Upper Hunza valley, Borith Lake, and much more. Another exciting factor visit Hunza is the Cherry Blossom during the spring season. During the spring season, tourists can experience the festivals of the valley like Nowruz festival which is celebrated with great enthusiasm.

What to See in Hunza?

When planning a visit to Hunza, it's important to allocate plenty of time to fully appreciate the sheer beauty of the area. Once you arrive, you'll likely want to extend your stay as much as possible. The real excitement lies in the nearby villages and vast scenic excursions. With so many places to explore, visitors can indulge in the fresh air and soak up the natural beauty that surrounds them. To help plan your trip, we have provided a map highlighting the most popular attractions in and around Hunza. Altit Baltit Forts, Lady Finger, Batura Sar, Pasu Glacier and Hunza Peaks are some of the most famous atractions in Hunza.

Staying Safe in Hunza.

Hunza valley stands out as one of the most peaceful and educated regions in Pakistan, which is why it attracts not only locals but also foreign visitors throughout the year. However, it is important to take necessary safety and security measures when embarking on a trip. This includes ensuring you have a reliable vehicle, sufficient fuel, and food supplies for the journey. It is advisable to avoid travelling at night, as driving can become challenging and headlights from oncoming vehicles can be bothersome. Additionally, it is crucial to show respect for the local culture and traditions by being modest and respectful in your behavior.

Trips to Hunza: FAQs

The best season of Hunza is known to be of the autumn season because of its stunning picture-perfect views and enchanting view of the spectrum of colors provided by the changing leaves of various trees across the valley.

Yes, you can enjoy the beauty of Snowfall in the Hunza valley during the months of November and December along with other seasonal festivities of the region.

The Hunza valley is famous for its amazingly beautiful and stunning landscapes, mountain peaks, and natural scenic beauty in locations like Baltit fort, Passu peak, Duikar Ladyfinger, and Hunza River.

The costs of an average Hunza valley tour vary from RS. 20,000-25,000

Telenor and Zong are the networks which works the best in the Hunza valley.


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