Our Murree Hunza tour package offers an unforgettable adventure, starting from Murree and journeying to the breathtaking Hunza Valley. With year-round appeal, our tour packages are ideal for families, friends, and honeymooners, providing excellent value for money. With the guidance of our experienced tour guide, you’ll discover the hidden beauty of Pakistan’s Northern Areas and make unforgettable memories.
During your journey from Murree to Hunza, you’ll witness paradise on eEarth at an altitude of 2500 meters, where four peaks over 7000 meters fall in Hunza Nagar. We’ve prepared customized plans for 2023, including the best places to visit in Hunza Valley, to ensure that you have an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re traveling with family, friends, or your spouse, our tour itinerary is tailored to suit all.
Murree is best visited during October-November when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are relatively fewer than during the peak travel season. Murree, with temperatures soaring up to 14.8 °C | 58.6 °F, makes it more suitable for outdoor activities.
Hunza Valley can be visited year-round thanks to its moderate temperature, which never gets too hot or too cold to hinder your tour. It is a popular choice among tourists who often book Hunza tour packages. However, the ideal time to visit the valley is from April to October, when the temperature and climate are most favorable for tourism.
The maximum temperature in Hunza Valley during the summer season is 27°C and a minimum of 14°C, which is quite comfortable. The Cherry Blossom Season is another great time to visit the valley, as tourists can witness the stunning colors of nature in a mild climate. Many tourists prefer to book their Hunza Valley tour packages in the summer or autumn to witness the magnificent colors of nature.
Note: You can visit Murree at any time, but the most suitable time to visit Murree is October-November due to the pleasant weather and fewer crowds. Meanwhile, Hunza Valley can be visited year-round, but April to October is the best time for tourism. The Cherry Blossom Season in Hunza Valley during summer or autumn is also a sight to behold.
If you plan to visit both Murree and Hunza Valley, October is a common month to explore these beautiful destinations. Book our Murree Hunza tour package today and experience the best of both places in one trip.
During the colonial era, Murree served as the summer headquarters for the Punjab Government until 1876, when it was relocated to Shimla. The town’s popularity grew among British citizens of the British Raj, making it a well-known tourist destination. Notable figures like Francis Younghusband, Bruce Bairnsfather, Reginald Dyer, and Joanna Kelley were born here.
The Hunza Valley, located in Gilgit Baltistan, is a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts, with its rich history, stunning views, and ancient landmarks. The valley has the most significant historical background among all the northern areas of Pakistan, making it a treat for those interested in history. The Royals of Hunza, the Mirs of Hunza, and many more historical figures are associated with this gorgeous valley, contributing to its allure. The Hunza Valley’s culture is steeped in excellence, making it one of the most incredible spots in Gilgit.
Experience the vibrant cultural celebrations of Pakistan by exploring the famous festivals of Murree and Hunza Valley.
The Kohsar Festival presents an excellent chance for visitors to witness and explore the stunning natural landscapes of Murree while also contributing to the welfare of Pakistan.
Thukhum Rezi begins the agricultural season and is celebrated in the Hunza Valley with traditional polo matches, music and dance performances, and symbolic farming. The festival ends with collective prayers for peace and harmony in the valley. Each household prepares a unique traditional dish called SEMN, BAAT, and KHISTA to share with others. It is celebrated between March 5th and 8th.
Shimshal Kuch is a festival celebrated in a remote village in the upper Hunza region. It marks family and cattle reuniting after spending five months in the Pamirs. Shepherds sacrifice goats on the Shamshal Bridge to thank God for the safe return of their families and herds. The festival takes place from October 15th to 18th in Shimshal Valley.
Chineer is a harvest festival celebrated during the first week of July in the Upper Hunza region when the barley crop is ripe. Families lead by the head of the household gather in the barley field with a traditional meal to pick and bake the barley. Afterward, everyone gathers to eat local dishes and pray for a good harvest. It is a celebration of the only crop season in the mountains.
The Baba Ghundi Festival celebrates the remarkable service of Baba Gundi, a Sufi saint who spread Islam and eradicated evil in the upper Gojal region. The festival includes sports such as Buzkashi, Nice Bazi, polo, yak races, and tug-of-war. It brings together Wakhi people from the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan to revive centuries-old trade traditions. The festival occurs from July 21 to 23, at the Buzrug “Baba Gundi” mystical shrine in Chipurson Upper Gojal Valley, Hunza.
Day 1: Arrival in Islamabad and drive to Murree (2 hours)
Day 2: Murree to Nathiagali (2 hours)
Day 3: Nathiagali to Chilas (8 hours)
Day 4: Chilas to Hunza (6 hours)
Day 5: Explore Hunza
Day 6: Departure from Hunza
This itinerary offers a glimpse into the diverse and breathtaking beauty of the northern region of Pakistan. From the lush green hills of Murree and Nathiagali to the scenic valleys of Chilas and Hunza, this tour is packed with breathtaking scenery and unique cultural experiences. Whether you’re a nature lover, a trekker, or simply interested in exploring new cultures, this itinerary offers something for everyone. So, pack your bags and prepare for an unforgettable adventure in the northern region of Pakistan!
Our Murree Hunza tour package offers a unique adventure to discover the hidden beauty of Pakistan’s Northern Areas. With customized plans and experienced tour guides, tourists can witness paradise on Earth at 2500 meters, where four peaks over 7000 meters fall in Hunza Nagar. The best places to visit in Hunza Valley are included in the itinerary, making it an unforgettable experience for families, friends, and honeymooners. With Murree and Hunza Valley’s rich cultural heritage, moderate temperatures, and famous festivals, visitors can explore and witness the stunning colors of nature year-round. Book the Murree Hunza Tour Package today and experience the best of both places in one trip.
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What is included in the Murree Hunza tour package?
The exact details of the tour package may vary depending on the provider, but typically the package includes accommodation, transportation, guided tours of popular tourist spots, and some meals.
How long is the Murree Hunza tour?
The length of the tour can vary, but typically it ranges from 6 to 7 days.
What are some popular tourist spots included in the Murree Hunza tour?
Some popular tourist spots included in the Murree Hunza tour package are the Khunjerab Pass, Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Attabad Lake, and Nanga Parbat viewpoint.
Is the tour package customizable?
Yes, we offer customizable options to cater to the specific preferences and needs of the travelers.
What is the best time to book a Murree Hunza tour package?
The best time to book a Murree Hunza tour package is October, which offers the best weather conditions and visibility for outdoor activities and sightseeing.
Is the Murree Hunza tour package suitable for families with children?
Yes, the tour package can be suitable for families with children. Still, it’s best to check with the tour operator regarding the age limit and specific activities included in the package.
What type of accommodation is provided in the tour package?The type of accommodation can vary, but it typically includes 3-star or 4-star hotels and resorts that offer comfortable and convenient amenities for the travelers.
What is the cancellation policy for the Murree Hunza tour package?
The cancellation policy may vary depending on the tour operator, but it’s best to inquire about the policy before booking the package.
Is travel insurance included in the Murree Hunza tour package?
Travel insurance is typically not included in the package, but purchasing travel insurance separately for any unforeseen circumstances is highly recommended.
Is Hunza safe to visit?
As per statistics, Hunza is one of the safest places in northern Pakistan, with the lowest crime rate, equivalent to none. Moreover, Hunza’s literacy rate is higher than in other areas in Pakistan.
What language do Hunza people speak?
The two predominant languages spoken in Hunza are Burushaski and Bright. Burushaski is the primary language spoken in northern Pakistan’s Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin valleys, with an estimated 90,000 speakers. It is a linguistically isolated language whose genetic relationship with other languages remains unclear. Additionally, the residents of Hunza are proficient in understanding English, Urdu, and Hindku.
How far is Hunza from Murree?
The driving distance between Hunza and Murree is approximately 516.8 kilometers, but this may vary depending on the route taken and the mode of transportation. The journey can take around 12-14 hours by car or bus, and it involves driving through mountainous terrain and winding roads.