Spend the first day exploring Islamabad’s landmarks such as Faisal Mosque, Pakistan Monument, and Lok Virsa Museum.
On the second day, you can visit Rawal Lake, Daman-e-Koh viewpoint, and experience the vibrant local markets like Saidpur Village.
Day 3-5: Hunza Valley
Travel from Islamabad to Hunza Valley. It’s about a 12-14 hour drive, so consider breaking the journey with an overnight stay in Naran or Besham.
Once in Hunza, explore Karimabad, the main town of the valley.
Visit Baltit Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Altit Fort, which offer stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.
Enjoy the natural beauty of Attabad Lake, Passu Cones, and the picturesque Hunza Valley.
Take a day trip to Khunjerab National Park, home to diverse wildlife and the famous Khunjerab Pass, one of the highest paved international border crossings in the world.
Day 6-7: Passu & Gojal Valley
Head towards Passu village and explore the mesmerizing Passu Glacier and Hussaini Suspension Bridge.
Visit the peaceful villages of Gojal Valley, such as Gulmit and Shimshal.
Spend time interacting with the locals, learning about their culture, and enjoying the serene mountain views.
Day 8-10: Khunjerab Pass and Return to Islamabad
Drive back to Khunjerab Pass, the border between Pakistan and China.
Marvel at the stunning scenery as you traverse through the Karakoram Highway, one of the highest paved roads in the world.
Spend some time at the Khunjerab Pass, taking in the breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks.
Start your journey back to Islamabad, with stops along the way to appreciate the beauty of the landscape.
Upon returning to Islamabad, you can spend your final day shopping for souvenirs or exploring any sights you may have missed earlier.
Remember to plan your trip considering the weather conditions, as the region can experience extreme cold and heavy snowfall, especially in winter. Additionally, make sure to carry essential items such as warm clothing, sunscreen, and plenty of water for the journey. Enjoy your adventure to Islamabad, Hunza, and Khunjerab Pass!