Autumn Tour to Hunza

an important attraction of North Pakistan

Tour to Hunza – Captivating the eyes of people worldwide, Hunza is nothing less than a jewel in the crown of Pakistan. It would not be wrong to say that this pristine valley has become an emblem of Pakistan’s tourism industry. Consisting of three regions, Hunza has been historically a significant part of the territory. Not only its natural beauty but its strategic location in the region is also worth noticing.

This valley is bordering with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Province in Pakistan) and the Xijiang region of China. Having very difficult terrain, Hunza valley is divided into three main parts Upper Hunza (composed of Gojal), Central Hunza (Hunza valley), and Lower Hunza (Shinkai). Without any doubt, central Hunza is the most visited and densely populated area of the valley.

The prevailing cultural values, traditions, and customs are unique. Above all, the people of Hunza are notably known for their inexpressible hospitality for the outsiders. Every season adds something more to its beauty and provides a different look and eye-catchy scenes,

The summer season has its attractions, winter comes with its surprises, and the spring season turns this valley into heaven on earth. Beyond everything, if someone is interested in exploring nature’s unique and unusual colors, this valley is undoubtedly created for you. It looks like every tree and flower has painted themselves in different colors during the autumn season. The whole valley becomes a rainbow.

Hunza valley’s roads and streets turn into a stream of yellow leaves and at some points filled with red and green leaflets coupled with different flowers of various colors. Calling spades a spade, leaves of gold color are the most abundant and eye-pleasing during this season. It replicates the city of gold. Such panoramic scenes are hard to find anywhere else on this blue planet.

Its scenic beauty and its temperature also become highly cozy during the autumn season, allowing visitors to explore every corner with ease. Coupled with other gems, this is the season during which indigenous people of Hunza celebrate their cultural festivals. Such events allow people from different parts of the world to know their culture and societal values.

 Not forgetting the photography profession, autumn comes with enormous opportunities for those photographers who love to shoot nature. It would not be wrong to declare this valley heaven for them. People do come here in this season to cover the craggy mountains and extraordinary people of Hunza valley.

 Apart from other things, autumn in Hunza is sine non quo to anti-depression medics. It is highly capable of rehabilitating the ailing minds of citizens who are obsessed with the hustle and bustle of city life.

Hunza valley’s calmness and purity during this season are highly recommended for those desperate to have something pleasing in their boring diurnal routines. It is a well-known fact that autumn is followed by snowy winter in Hunza valley.

So the local people in the town get themselves ready for the harsh winter days. Food and water become scarce for human beings and animals during the days of intense snow, which completely covers this valley’s terrain. So autumn comes with another experience for the outsiders.

Tourists get to know about the local people’s unique and useful techniques to store food and all other necessities that are compulsory for everyday life.

 All in all, Hunza valley is the epicenter of autumn lovers. Its pristine, quiet, and soul-soothing nature is the scene intensely required for every man’s soring eyes in the street.