Hunza Valley Pakistan Autumn Tour – 2024

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7 Days 6 Nights

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Explore the enchanting beauty of Hunza Valley in its most captivating season with Exploria’s guided autumn tour. Nestled amidst the majestic Karakoram Range, Hunza welcomes you to a breathtaking panorama of vibrant foliage, snow-capped peaks, and cultural richness.

Our meticulously crafted 7-day expedition unveils the essence of Hunza’s autumn charm. Immerse yourself in the splendor of Eagle’s Nest, Baltit Fort, and Altit Fort, steeped in centuries of history and architectural brilliance. Traverse through landscapes adorned with the iconic Passu Cones and the mesmerizing Attabad Lake, a testament to nature’s wonder.

Culminating with a visit to the legendary Khunjerab Pass, the highest border crossing globally, our tour ensures unforgettable memories against the backdrop of Hunza’s autumnal splendor. With expert guides, comfortable accommodations, and a meticulously curated itinerary, join Exploria for an unforgettable journey through the kaleidoscopic beauty of Hunza Valley in autumn.

Who is the best fit to Join the Autum tour to Hunza?
The Autumn tour to Hunza valley is perfect fit for adventure lovers, people who wish to immerse into the beautiful colors of Autumn as well as explore the rich culture and culinary of Hunza Valley. You will be expected to walk in the markets and also light hiking to reach the landmarks like Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Duikar viewpoint and else where.




  • Captivating autumn colors in the picturesque Hunza Valley
  • Majestic landscapes and stunning vistas
  • Visits to iconic landmarks like Baltit Fort and Altit Fort
  • Exploring the charming Karimabad town
  • Scenic drive along the Karakoram Highway
  • Witnessing the breathtaking Attabad Lake
  • Experiencing the local culture and traditions
  • Savoring delicious Hunza cuisine
  • Optional activities like hiking and photography opportunities
  • Friendly and knowledgeable local guides to enhance your experience


  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Domestic Flight fares
  • Airport transfers
  • Complimentary breakfast at Hotels
  • All transport (Air conditioned vahicle)
  • Experienced English speaking guide
  • Fuel, Toll Taxes, Driver Service Charges.
  • Meals
  • Entry tickets and Activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Pre/Post departure Accommodation
  • Gratuities/Tips


 Day 01 - Islamabad

Receive the guests at Islamabad airport 
Hotel transfer 
Overnight stay in Islamabad 

Note: Pre-Accommodation cost not included.
Check-in time at the hotel is 2:00 PM 

Day 02 - Fly to Gilgit

Take the morning flight to Gilgit 
Your guide will receive you at Gilgit Airport
Road trip to Hunza (2 hours)
Stopover at Rakaposhi viewpoint
Reach Hunza by the afternoon 
Hotel transfer 
Visit Baltit Fort 
Sunset at Duikar Valley to get a panoramic view of central Hunza 
Free time to Explore the tourist street in Hunza 
Overnight stay in central Hunza 

Day 03 - Explore Hunza Valley

Visit Altit Fort and Royal garden
Sunset at Duikar Viewpoint to get a panoramic view of Hunza
Visit Hoper Valley 
Immerse into the valley. Visit Hoper glacier 
Overnight stay in Hunza 

Day 04 - Khunjerab Pass

Road trip to Khunjerab Pass after breakfast. Visiting Khunjerab Pass is an optional activity. If the group members wish to skip the Khunjerab Pass trip, we will travel to Khyber village. Spend most of the time exploring the Gojal region. 

Road trip to Khunjerab Pass. (4600m)
Visit Khunjerab National park 
A short stop at Attabad Lake and other landmarks over the way for photography and refreshment. 

Day 05 - Upper Hunza

Explore the beautiful region of upper Hunza. This place has serene landscapes, mighty glaciers, valleys, and gigantic mountain views. 
Visit Attabad Lake. Free time for boating at the lake. 
Visit Hussaini Suspention bridge. 
Immerse into Ghulkin/Passu 
We will go on a hike to Passu Glacier's viewpoint if the group members agree. 
Overnight stay in Hunza/Gilgit


Day 06 - Fly to Islamabad

Check-out from the hotel in the morning
Drop off at Gilgit airport 
Fly to Islamabad from Gilgit airport

Day 07 - Airport drop-off

Check out from the hotel in the morning 
Drop off the guests at Islamabad International Airport if needed.
Fly to the home destination 

Note: Post Accommodation not included. 
Check-out time: 12:00 PM 


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Frequently asked questions

The Autumn tour to Hunza is a must-do experience in Pakistan. This is the time of the year when the weather is pleasant and you can visit all the major landmarks in Hunza. The colors of autumn bloom in Hunza and around making it a surreal landscape. 

Hunza in autumn is stunning! The weather tends to be pleasant during the day with temperatures ranging from around 10 to 20 degrees Celsius (50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit). The foliage changes to beautiful hues of gold and red, creating a breathtaking landscape against the backdrop of the majestic mountains.
Attabad Lake turns into a majestic blue color and looks surreal. Most of the hiking destinations are open. The area is less crowded, unlike the peak vacation season which starts in May and ends usually in September. 

Hence, this is the best time of the year to visit Hunza. 


Autumn in Hunza usually starts in the Second Week of October. The peak Autumn falls in 3rd Week and it lasts till Mid November. 

The best time to visit Hunza is generally from April to October when the weather is pleasant and all the travel destinations are open. However from June to August, a large number of domestic tourists visit Hunza on vacations so if you wish to visit in a less crowded season, you can travel before or after the peak season. 

Hunza valley has all four seasons and each season has its own charm:

  • Spring (April to May): The weather is pleasant, flowers are in bloom, and fruit orchards are vibrant, making it a beautiful time to visit.

  • Summer (June to September): This is the peak tourist season with warmer temperatures, clear skies, and access to high mountain passes like Khunjerab Pass. However, it can get crowded during this time.

  • Autumn (October to November): The landscape transforms into stunning shades of gold and red, offering breathtaking views. The weather remains pleasant in early autumn but gets colder towards November.

  • Winter (December to March): It's cold, with temperatures dropping below freezing, but if you enjoy snow and want a quieter, more serene experience, this could be the time for you. The snow-covered peaks and frozen lakes create a magical scene.

Choose the time based on your preferences - whether it's the blossoms of spring, the warmer weather of summer, the fall colors, or the snowy landscapes of winter.

Exploria's trip is tailored to offer an immersive experience amidst Hunza's stunning autumn landscapes. We provide expert guides, curated itineraries, and comfortable accommodations.
We are a team of professionals based in Hunza and we offer tours based on your interests. For the group tours, we offer curated cultural immersive experiences, folk musical events, and surprises more than what is listed in the tour itinerary. 

Pack layers including warm clothing for cooler evenings and mornings. Comfortable hiking shoes and a camera are also recommended. Rainy evenings get cold so it is recommended to carry an over coat, and trekking shoes to enjoy the rainy evenings. 

Our itinerary covers Eagle's Nest, Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Passu Cones, Attabad Lake, and Khunjerab Pass, ensuring you witness the best of Hunza's autumn beauty.

Absolutely, autumn presents excellent trekking opportunities in Hunza. Treks to Rakaposhi Base Camp, Ultar Meadows, Passu Glacier, and Baskochi Meadows are some of the most recommended hikes and treks you can do in Autumn. 

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