You will experience an extraordinary mix of totally two unique districts of Northern regions of Pakistan in this Tour Plan. One is “Naran Kaghan” of Khyber Phatunkhawn and other is “Hunza” of Gilgit Baltistan. Both of the locales are honored with an innumerable astounding area. The shades of Hunza and picturesque perspectives on Naran Kaghan is sufficient to make anybody enchanted.
Hunza Naran Valley Couple Tour by KHM Travels is made out of 10 Days and 9 Nights. A long visit plan that will offer you a chance to visit the astonishing all encompassing area of Northern Pakistan. In this arrangement, we will our visit from the well known place of interest of Kaghan, Siri Paye at that point moves towards Shogran. An astounding spot to remain. At that point pushing forward in Kaghan Valley, we will visit the world acclaimed “Lake Saif ul Malook” and others like “Lulusar Lake”, and “Ansoo Lake”. These three are enormously wonderful. Jeep rides make the outing more gutsy. In this brave excursion, visit Babusar top and boating in Kunhar River is a stunning expansion.
In the wake of meandering in the Kaghan valley for 4 days, we will head towards the Gilgit. Gilgit Baltistan is a paradise on earth and Pakistan is so honored to possess it. Hunza, an old town of Gilgit, famously known for its stunning history. In Hunza, we will visit the Attahabad Lake alongside the Khunjerab Pass. Any sight of Hunza is inadequate without the touring of Rakaposhi. A visit to Altit Baltit Fort will add more data to your movement journal. Last yet not minimal shopping in Gilgit bazar and visit the Minapin town. These spots are a reward to visit for the couple who will begin their lives with huge recollections. Book your Hunza Naran Valley Couple Tour now for 10 days. Further subtleties of the Tour plan is recorded beneath
Couple Package: 185,000 PKR
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