I think we just cannot get enough of Hunza, it has so much to offer from it’s scenic views to breathtaking mountain ranges and the impressive structures it displays.
As we have talked about the Altit Fort in are previous blog and how due to a dispute in the royal family Baltit Fort came into existence. In this blog I will get in detail about what impression it has on you when you start to walk on that rocky small bazar towards the Baltit Fort.
You can find all the fancy stuff on Wikipedia like it was an ancient fort, made its place in the UNESCO world heritage site list in 2004blah blah. Today I will not get into that kind of details. I will let you know how it feels when you see Baltit Fort for the first time.
As we talked about Hunza before, about the Altit andBaltit Fort, what they had to offer to the visiter’s there this time I’ll get in the details of the Karakoram range mountain peak’s. Hunza is one of the most exotic places in Pakistan.
Several high peaks rise above 6000m in the surrounding of Hunza valley. The valley provides spectacular views of some of the most beautiful and magnificent mountains of the world which include Rakaposhi7788m, Ultar Sar 7388, Bojahagar Duanasir-II 7329m, Ghenta Peak 7090m, Hunza Peak 6720, Darmiyani peak 6090m, Lady finger 6000m.
The princely state during the British Raj which decided to merge with Pakistan afterword. We are talking about Bahawalpur home to many royal palaces and hidden gems. But due to lack of publicity and awareness it did not get the attention, it deserve.
Last year I decided to explore this princely state and on my four day trip, I was amazed to see the diversity Pakistan has to offer. In four day you can visit all the tourist attraction the city has to offer but to experience the real culture it has to offer I think that four day are not enough and definitely one blog cannot do justice, of what it has to offer so today we will only get into “Noor Mahal” and what impression it had on first glimpse.
Gilgit Baltistan-Hunza has so much to offer that you cannot imagine. It has so many hidden gems, the region is so rich in culture, traditions and has a very strong position in the history. As it lies on the old trade route which is know as the silk road. This region was the main hub of the trade, this is why it’s culture links to many different tribes.
To get out from cities hustle and bustle Nathai gali is the best place for weekend trip for people living near Islamabad, to get their mind fresh. One of the most beautiful hill station of Pakistan located in Abbottabad District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Nathai Gali is also one of the most visited hill station in the Pakistan.
You will be amazed by the views this hill station has to offer and the ambience of those old pine, walnut and oak trees just force you to fall in love with nathia gali. And you just cannot trust weather, it changes so quickly that it sometimes feel like that some kind of magic is happening. On a sunny day clouds will come in no time and cover the whole hill station.
What should I pack for this trip is the first question come’s in everybody’s mind, when we have planned everything else for the trip. Many people do not take it seriously and start their packing at the eleventh hour and end up shivering at night because they have packed everything else but forget to pack that sweater.
The key to packing is that it does not matter either you are packing for a seven day trip or three month, take the same amount of luggage, because on the go you will regret that extra things you have packed and which are of no use.
Here are some tips on how to pack your bag:
Depressed about the things you have done in your life. The things you wanted to let go and move forward, want to come out of this but everything seemed to fail, now sitting on your couch looking blankly at that screen.
There is something that can overcome all this and give you a new start. For that you just have to stop overthinking, get up from that couch find a backpack get all your essentials and hit the road.