Introduction to Hunza and Fairy Meadows
Firstly, Hunza and Fairy Meadows tour. It is a tailor-made 9-day long tour designed particularly for those who want a mix of trekking and sightseeing. However, nature lovers and trekkers can satisfy their soul in Fairy Meadows; the name says it all.
Furthermore, Hunza valley would help you satisfy your appetite for sightseeing and historic destinations. Culturally rich with hundreds of old tales to unfold, Hunza valley is a perfect choice for wanderlusts. Its magnificent forts are worth visiting.
Hunza valley is a major seller of Hunza and Fairy Meadows tours. Also, with an elevation of 2500 meters, the Hunza Valley is a mountainous valley located north/west of the Hunza River. The Hunza occupies an area of around 7900 square kilometers. Moreover, the main town is Aliabad, while Altit and Baltit are popular tourist destinations due to their old but well-preserved forts.
It takes 2 hours to drive to Hunza from Gilgit city. The people in Hunza are very much friendly and they speak Burushaki in lower Hunza while Wakhi in upper Hunza.
Apart from it, the Hunza Valley is culturally and historically pretty much rich. Besides its panoramic views, it is home to many mountain peaks like Diran (7266 m), Rakaposhi (7788 m), Spantik (7025 m), Ultar (7390 m), and Lady-finger (6000 m).
As a result, Hunza and Fairy Meadows tour is specially designed after deep research.
At 3300 meters, Fairy Meadows is a lush green plateau with a spectacular view of Nanga Parbat, the killer peak. At the base of Nanga Parbat, on the western edge of the Himalayan range in Pakistan, there are lush green meadows and forests. Fairy Meadows is a very quiet and relaxing spot where you can enjoy the mountain scenery and the hospitality of the locals.
From Islamabad to Raikot Bridge, the Karakoram highway is about 540 kilometers long. The jeep will take you up to Tato village from here. From Raikot Bridge to Tato’s last village, it’s a one-and-a-half-hour thrilling jeep ride (2900 m).
It begins with a short and quick trek to Fairy Meadows. It’s a wonderful experience to spend the night in a fixed campsite or a traditionally constructed wooded hut with a view of Nanga Parbat’s magnificent north face.
Beyal Camp – Fairy Meadows
There are some short walks on these meadows, as well as a full-day excursion up to Nanga Parbat’s Base Camp (3900 m). It’s a short walk through the forest to the edge of the plateau known as Beyal Camp (3500 m). The Raikot glacier trek from Beyal Camp to Base Camp is a little more challenging.
Despite, so many other beautiful destinations available in Pakistan, we have deliberately made a match of Hunza and Fairy Meadows for a diverse experience.
Hunza and Fairy Meadows tour has got it all.
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Highlights for Hunza and Fairy Meadows
Trek to Fairy Meadows and Nanga Parbat Basecamp (World’s 9th highest mountain – Elevation 8126m)
Cultural insight of Hunza Valley, the most popular destination of Pakistan
Visit beautiful lakes, the mightiest mountains, and some of the world’s largest glaciers.
Meet the loving locals and enjoy the local music.
Day tour to the capital city of the country
Day tour to Naltar Valley included
Hotels when on Hunza and Fairy Meadows
- Two nights at four-star hotels
- Six nights at three-star hotels (Best available Hotels)