Roof of The World

Vist the place where the Great Karakoram, Himalays and Hindu Kush meets

Home to 5 eight thousanders.

K-2 is the crown of Biglit Baltistan. GB is heaven on earth for the lovers of nature.

Beautiful People

meet amazing people of Gilgit Baltistan. You will be wellcome with a great smile by every individual.

Unique Culture

Attend traditional festivals and be a part of our culture.

Full fill your tummy desire.

Experiance the amazing, unique and healthy food of GB.

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1/13/2016

Hunza-by National Geographic Live

Hunza is one of districts of Gilgit Baltistan. the Video's credit goes to National geographic for the effort they made to share some information about Hunza.  Basically Hunza is divided into three regions, Lower, Central and Upper Hunza. In Lower Hunza Live Shanaki and some Brusho Families too,in central Hunza there live Brusho people while Upper Hunza is populated with Wakhi clan, while there is another cast too who are called Berish. Tshanki Have their own Language, Tshina an indo European Language, Burusho  Speak Brushaski which is popularly know as Mishashki, Upper Hunza People Speak Wakhi while Berisho have their own language.

1/11/2016

Hunza got talent

Gilgit Baltistan has always produced talented youth in Various fields. The famous Mountaineer Samina Baig,cricket player  Diana Baig and many others who are representing Pakistan on
international level are a great example. 
The upcoming star Junaid Alam, famous for his cover “See you Again” from the movie Furious 7 whose video has gone viral is talented boy from Lower Hunza Pakistan. He sang the song as a New Year greeting for all his colleges in a camp in Islamabad and his cousins on New Year’s Eve and posted on Facebook.  He joined Facebook some days before posting the video
and it was then every body on social media witness his talent. He has been a cricket lover, plays soccer and also loves to read.
He is not only blessed with a melodious voice  but also has been very good at studies and always scored higher grades in his class. He want to become a doctor and we can imagine him as a singing doctor of future .
Junaid is not the only singer in his family, his Younger brother Siraj Alam also is a really good singer and is very good at rap. We wish them both a bright singing career!


1/02/2016

Autumn


Summers




Temperature

Months
Normal
Maximum
May
17.7°C
24.5°C
June
22.3°C
29.6°C
July
24.1°C
30.1°C


Summers are always pleasant in GB. The region offers a number of summer activities for travelers. There are several natural lakes where tourists love to experience fishing and boat riding as well as sight seeing. Various water falls and the pleasant environment attracts a number of travelers in summers. In Gilgit Baltistan there is moderate weather in summers but sometimes heavy rains cause some casualties such as road block due to which tourists get stuck for several days. But this can turn into pleasure if tourists enjoy the delay as a gift to stay for some for days :D. these are some Suggested activities for  summers visitors, 
Camping
Star gazing
Highway bike riding
trekking and hiking
Mountain climbing
Paragliding
Rafting
Born fire and music night
There are many other activities tourists can do in this region but for that they need to be creative.  

Tourists can interact with locals because they are always welcoming and some may invite you for tea or soothing or they may offer you some fruits, never hesitate to accept the invitation because GBians love to welcome guests.
 Besides these activities you can attend several summer festivals such as shandoor polo festival, Ganoni/ginani,  Imamat Day celebration by ismaili community and many more. 


Important Note:
PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE WASTAGE AT RANDOM PLACE AND TAKE CARE OF THE NATURAL BEAUTY!












Spring


Seasons

Emergency Contact Numbers

Tourist Assistance Helpline at Central Police Office: 0581115/05811930345
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Police Gilgit: 05811930033
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Hunza-Nagar: 0581315/ 05813930722
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Diamer: 05812930037
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Skardu:05815930132
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Astore: 05817930420
Tourist Assistance Helpline of District Ghanche:05816930171