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# List of Hotels in Hunza Location Price
1 Hunza View Hotel Kareemabad 6500
2 Gulmit Continental Hotel Hunza Kareemabad 8500
3 Embassy Hotel Hunza, Roomy Rooms Kareemabad 16500
4 Eagles Nest Hunza Kareemabad Top (Eagle Nest) 17500
5 Fairy Land Hotel Duikar Hunzar Kareemabad Hunza 18000
6 Darbar Hotel Hunza Hunza 19000

Hunza Valley

A very beautiful valley as heaven on earth is situated in Gilgit –Baltistan a north province of Pakistan. Hunza valley is situated round about 98 km away from main city of Gilgit on the way of Khunjrab pass or China Border. Hunza valley has many unique features so that it is very reputed in all over Pakistan as well as abroad. The atmosphere of Hunza valley is very attractive for tourists in summer season, so that thousands of visitors visit in Hunza valley each year. There are many famous and beautiful sightseeing and other facilities in Hunza valley which attract the tourists from all over the world. Some famous places and other are mentioned below:
  • 1.Banks
  • 2.Hospitals
  • 3.Schools and colleges
  • 4.Hotels and restaurants
  • 5.Calls and internet services
  • 6.Army airport
  • 7.Fuel filling stations
  • 8.Bus stands

Most famous visiting places in Hunza Valley

There are many famous and beautiful places in Hunza valley which are attractive for tourists. These places are as below:
  • 1.Altit fort
  • 2.Baltit fort
  • 3.Lady finger
  • 4.Husaini Bridge in Hunza
  • 5.Attabad lake
  • 6.China Border
  • 7.Shispare
  • 8.Sost Dry Port

Hotels in Hunza Valley

Hotels have a key rule for visiting in any area or part of world. Therefore in Hunza valley there are many hotels and restaurants which provide good facilities and quality of services for visitors. These hotels varies according to suiting the pocket of tourists and so that they may called as 3 star hotels and restaurants, 4 star hotels and restaurants and 5 star hotels and Restaurants. Some Hotels and restaurants are mentioned below that can be book with a famous tour operator company named iMusafir

3 Star hotels in Hunza Valley

The hotels which provide standard service as in middle way are called as 3 star hotels and restaurants. So that these hotels are much in number in every tourist spots of the world for visitors needs. Hunza valley has also many 3 star hotels and restaurants some of them are mention below.
  • 1.Mulbery Hotel Hunza
  • 2.Karakouam View Hotel Hunza
  • 3.Hunza embassy
  • 4.Hunza view hotel
  • 5.Baltit Heritage Inn hotel

5 Stars hotels in Hunza valley

Those hotels which provide excellent services to their clients are known as 5 star hotels and restaurants. These hotel provide executive services, quality food and VIP residencies. Numbers of 5 stars Hotels are available in Hunza valley e.g.
  • 1.Serena Inn Hotel Hunza
  • 2.Darbar Hotel Hunza
  • 3.Luxus Grand Resort hotel Hunza
  • 4.Nexus Grance Hotel Hunza
  • 5.Eagle Nest Hotel Hunza

Hotels in Sost

A very beautiful valley on the way of Khunjrab pass is known as Sost valley. This beautiful valley is situated 80 km away from Hunza valley having hotels and restaurants as well as fuel filling stations for passengers. Some best hotels in Sost Hunza valley are as follows:
  • 1. Sost Embassy Hotel
  • 2. Sost Ambassador Hotel
  • 3. Riveria Hotel Sost

How to book Hotels in Hunza Valley?

Rooms and hotels can book easily with our tour operator company named as which is very famous company in Pakistan and abroad.

Why it is important to book hotels in advance?

It is must to book rooms and hotels earlier (advance) because in peak season there become crowd of tourists in these areas and availability of rooms and hotels becomes also difficult. So to prevent from problem at the time of arrival, visitors books their hotels and rooms in advance with


The Hunza Valley is a mountainous valley formed by the Hunza River in the northern part of Pakistan s Gilgit-Baltistan region. It is bordered to the northwest by Ishkoman, to the southeast by Shigar, to the north by Afghanistan s Wakhan Corridor, and to the northeast by the Chinese region of Xinjiang. The Hunza Valley floor is 2,438 metres above sea level (7,999 feet). The Hunza Valley is divided geographically into the Upper Hunza (Gojal), Central Hunza, and Lower Hunza regions (Shinaki).


Population of Hunza is 243,324.

Best time to visit Hunza:

With their sunny days and comfortable temperatures, the summer months are the most favoured. Early June to late April is the start of spring, which can be a lovely time of year to go because of the gradual snowmelt that reveals woods and wildflowers as well as the reemergence of Karakorum s animals after its protracted hibernation.

How to Reach Hunza:

Drive on the Hazara motorway and exit at the very end at Balakot new city housing society. Then drive on the CPEC to Babusar Top if it is open, other wise use the Besham road.

Places to visit in Hunza:

The snow-capped and rugged mountains of the Hunza valley are well-known. Many tourists travelled to Hunza specifically to catch a glimpse of the Rakaposhi Mountain s brilliant ice wall. Passu Peak, Ultra Peak, and Kuksel Sar are some of the other well-known mountains in Hunza.

Hotels in Hunza:

Hotels in Hunza are Tourist Cottage Hunza.Luxus Hunza.Hunza Continental Palace. Serena Altit Fort Residence.

What to eat in Hunza:

1 Chapshuro:
A Hunza pie without a crust, chapshuro contains ground beef, seasonings, onions, and other delicacies. Without viewing and tasting this delicacy, you just cannot travel to Hunza.
Although chapshuros are frequently referred to as "Hunza Pizza," in my opinion, they are more like Mexican tacos and quesadillas. No resemblances to Italian pizza here!
Half-circle-shaped chapshuros are filled with sizzling-hot beef, mutton, or traditionally: yak meat.
2 Gyaling/Gral:
A thin, flexible wheat bread that resembles a stack of pancakes is the same Hunza dish that is referred to as gral and gyaling.
Typically served in a stack, this meal is dipped in the beloved apricot oil and/or butter from nearby cows.
3 Buroshapik/Ghilmindi:
Another dish from Hunza cuisine that you can t make at home is ghillmindi. It s one of my all-time favourites, so if you visit Hunza, you must try it!
4 Diram Pitti:
Diram pitti, like harissa, is primarily consumed at regional festivals and other festive occasions. Despite having a lot of wheat in it, almonds and apricot seed oil make the dish delicious overall. Usually soft and brownish, diram pitti is eaten for breakfast or lunch.
5 Tumoro Tea:
The aromatic plant tumoro, which grows in the area, is utilised to create this delectable herbal concoction.
The tea, which is often referred to as wild thyme, is typically yellow in colour and is made in the same way as other teas.
6 Hoilo Garma:
You won t be able to help but appreciate hoilo garma, which is my all-time favourite dish from the Hunza Valley.
The meal is constructed of dough prepared from organic flour, which is combined with spinach and potato that are cultivated nearby.
7 Buttering Doudo:
Traditional Hunza soup known as buttering doudo is typically consumed in the winter. This recipe is exceptionally special since it includes dried apricots.
This unusual soup is made with the apricots, which are well-known in the area, sugar water, and lemon. Although there are other doudo variations, none have flavours quite like this.
8 Harissa:
Harissa is one of the more uncommon products on this list because it is typically produced for both weddings and funerals. You won t be able to find it every day. But anywhere there is a gathering, from Chapursan Valley to Karimabad, you can find it.
9 Molida:
Similar to macaroni and cheese, this popular Central Hunza and Gojal dish is a staple of the Hunza Valley. The dish s unique flavour comes from the combination of milk, butter, and apricot oil with little pieces of wheat shapik, as it is known locally.
The milk, apricot oil, and butter are quickly combined and served hot, making for the perfect comfort food dish. The numerous bits of shapik end up taste like noodles.
10 Yak Meat:
You can only imagine how happy I was to learn that yak meat is a common ingredient in Hunza cuisine as I had been longing to sample it for YEARS. Yak meat is best consumed in Pakistan (and consequently Hunza) in the fall and winter, however many eateries and butchers sell it all year long. 11 Pitti:
Pitti is merely wheat bread baked in a conventional stove known as a bukhari, and it is a mainstay in any Hunza home. Baking and all other forms of cooking can be done in bukhari, which are little, portable fireplaces.
The basic ingredient for the bread, which has been consumed for almost 2000 years, is buckwheat flour. Pitti is nutrient-rich and provides energy for hours. This has historically been (and still is!) a great energy booster for outdoor or animal activities.
This Hunza bread is special because it s not normally consumed hot. It is often prepared in the morning and let to cool before being consumed throughout the day.

Things to do in Hunza:

The breathtaking vistas of the Karakoram Mountains, the winding roads leading to the Hunza River, and the picturesque lakes are all must-have experiences when visiting the Hunza Tour Places. There are three sections: Upper Hunza Gojal, Central Hunza, Lower Hunza, and Hunza Valley.
The Hunza Valley is also the greatest destination due to its moderate climate, with the optimum months to visit being April to October when the summertime maximum temperature is 27 °C. The cherry blossom season features an infinite variety of hues.