Hunza & Atta'bad

The Hunza valley is popular for its snow-capped and rough mountains. Many people came to Hunza just to get a few glimpses of the shining ice wall of the Rakaposhi Mountain. Other popular mountains in Hunza include Passu Peak, Ultra Peak, and Kuksel Sar.

Naltar valley

An isolated haven of sheer beauty, Naltar lies tucked away from the hustle bustle of Gilgit-Baltistan’s town and cities. Nestled among snow-topped peaks and towering forests, the valley is home to what are referred to as the tastiest potatoes in the world.

bagrote valley

A two-hour drive from Gilgit to Bagrot Valley, guests can get from Gilgit to Sinakkar, the main village in the Bagrot valley. The trek follows the river through Gasunar summer settlement, and then turns due south to the end of the jeep road at the first permanent village of Chirah.

kargah, budha

Kargah Buddha is an archaeological site located about 6 miles outside of Gilgit, Gilgit−Baltistan, Pakistan. It is a carved image of a large standing Buddha, some 50 ft high, in the cliff-face in Kargah Nala. The carving, which is in a style also found in Baltistan, is estimated to date back to the 7th century.