Karakoram Highway

August 12, 2017
Feroza Gulzar - Al Who Traveled Alone For The First Time Wrote A Letter To Hunza

Girl Who Traveled Alone For The First Time Wrote A Letter To Hunza

Dear Hunza, I remember I was asleep when I first saw you, I usually don’t sleep while I’m traveling but this time I did, and I’m […]
May 13, 2017
Thai girl in Hunza valley Pakistan

Thai Girl in Hunza Valley Pakistan (Part II)

This is the second part of three articles series by a Thai girl in Hunza valley, Pakistan. She visited Hunza 2017 and shares her experience with our readers in "Hunza Through foreign Eyes" section of our blog. Read the first part of this series on Upside Down in Pakistan - Thai Girl in Hunza.
June 13, 2016
Hunza valley DJI phantom footage pictures

Get Ready to be Blown Away by this Spectacular Quadcopter Footage of Hunza Valley

Haseeb Saeed is a photographer, professional quadcopter operator and founder of Aerovision from Karachi, Pakistan. Sit back and enjoy and he takes you to this jaw dropping journey of Hunza valley through a spectacular footage captured using DJI Phantom quatcopter. Did you ever experience The Hunza Valley like this before? We believe you didn't!
March 31, 2016
Sophee Smiles at Attabad Lake Hunza

Gilgit-Baltistan: The Forgotten Land

I probably shouldn’t say this but Pakistan certainly took me by surprise. I wasn’t expecting anything half as handsome as what it turned out to be. The Northern Areas of Pakistan, specifically Gilgit-Baltistan, are majestic. If you happen to visit Gilgit-Baltistan, you could easily compare it to Switzerland we often gawk at during Yash Chopra movie sessions.
December 14, 2014
Passu Suspension Bridge

Paradise is in Pakistan, and it’s fighting!

Though some of the inhabitants of the villages and small towns here still live in stone and mud houses, you don’t see any poor people in the streets of Gojal. Of course you don’t see any obviously rich people either. Those who have money tend to spend it on the betterment of the community, and evidence of this can perhaps be found in the close-to-zero illiteracy rate among the new generation. Even the youngest children here grow up speaking two to three languages.