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About Karakoram The word Karakoram has originated from the Turkish language and means utterly rugged or thoroughly rough and rocky. Karakoram is universally known for its gigantic and majestic splend . .

About Karakoram
The word Karakoram has originated from the Turkish language and means utterly rugged or thoroughly rough and rocky. Karakoram is universally known for its gigantic and majestic splendor and perpetual existance. Within the colossal and glamorous beauties of its ranges lay the mysteries of dozens of secred and fair tales entombed. In order to meet your ernest desire to explore the mysteries and glamour of the Karakoram zone, the only Hunza magic tours will hereby serve you at best to fulfil your lurking desire.
The karakoram Highway has been cut through the highest and mightiest mountains of the world to the unspoiled natural beauty. It has opened a passage through the isolated mountainous regions, which have remained a cultural backyard of humanity for centuries. This Highway has been described as the eighth wonder of the world and beyond any doubt, it is a true marvel of engineering. This Highway connects Pakistan with the silk route to other parts of Northern Areas like skardu. One of the greatest attractions is the Buddhist rocks carving which are scattered all over Northern Areas. See the rapid flow of the mighty Indus River. Learn about the famous traveler’s like Alexander the great, Marcopolo, the very first Buddhists. Let us take you back in to time on this Highway to Heaven, an experience of a lifetime.
Not too far away lies Khunjerab Pass (16000ft) which is the highest border crossing on a paved road in the world. This is the Pakistan’s border with China. It is ideal to plan your visit from April onwards which marks the commencement of blossoming spring season when the entire valley is covered with beautiful flowers all around. The season lasts till November. This region is not only an attraction for the mountaineers but an excellent area for sightseeing tourists Honeymooners and nature lovers.

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