Pakistan is one of the few countries with such a energetic landscape; rivers, deserts, lakes, waterfalls, springs, glaciers we appear to have it all in extraordinary plenitude.
The much eminent Hunza valley is regularly alluded to as paradise on earth, wrapped in the excellent Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain goes, this spot has been an incredible vacation destination for a long time.
Hunza, known as Heaven on Earth, is a delightful sloping valley situated in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan. Arranged at the north/west of the Hunza River, it is encompassed by a few high pinnacles including Rakaposhi, Hunza Peak, BojahagurDuanasir II, Darmyani Peak, Ghenta Sar, Ultar Sar and Ladyfinger Peak.
The valley has diverse excellent common sights which are the attractions for visitors. Among these attractions the Baltit and Altit fort are likewise notable. The Baltit Fort, after the redesign, has as of late been transformed into a heritage museum. In Hunza, the bazaar of Karimbad is popular for its nearby handiworks, carefully assembled mats, conventional weaved tops, shawls, handwoven fabric (paffu) and its gemstones which are celebrated everywhere throughout the world, especially Ruby. The Ruby mines are celebrated vacation destinations.
Hunza is situated 100 kilometers from Gilgit. In the mid-1890s, the British left upon a mission to add Hunza and Nagar, which is otherwise called the Hunza-Nagar Campaign.
English officers driven by Colonel Durand involved Nilt Fort in 1890. From that point forward, they continued to the Baltit Fort, yet confronted substantial obstruction.
The British oversaw Hunza and Nagar with little exertion. From there on, the Mir of Hunza, Safdar Ali Khan alongside his family, fled to Kashgar in China, and his sibling Mir Muhammad Nazim Khan was made the new leader of Hunza by the British.
Individuals and Language
The vast majority of the individuals of Hunza are Ismaili Shia Muslims who are the devotees of Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, while in the zone of Ganish Village over 90% are Shia Muslims.
The Hunza locale is essentially home to individuals of three ethnicities:
The Lower Hunza territory which reaches out from Khizerabad to Nasirabad, for the most part, has a place with the Shinaki individuals whose nearby language is Shina.
The Central Hunza zone which stretches out from Murtazaabad to Attabad principally has a place with the Burushaski speakers.
The Upper Hunza zone which is ordinarily known as Gojal stretches out from Shiskat to Khunjerab and has a place with Wakhi speakers.
Upper Hunza, popular as Gojal Valley, is known for its lakes. Who doesn’t know about the Attabad Lake? Indeed, the well-known lake is arranged in Gojal Valley. The lake was shaped because of a monstrous avalanche in 2010 that hindered the water stream in the Hunza River, making the Attabad Lake, which presently happens to be a renowned visitor milestone and cookout spot. The Attabad Lake is an incredible spot for sailing darlings.