Gilgit Travel Guide

Gilgit is the most impressive region of Pakistan due to its natural features and picturesque splendor. Gilgit city is basically the capital of the Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan which is a prosperous that has expanded quickly ..Read More »

Gilgit Weather Updates

Thursday
 
 
Pleasant with clouds
Hi 24° | Lo 7°
Friday
 
 
A t-shower in spots
Hi 18° | Lo 8°
Saturday
 
 
Cloudy with a stray t-shower
Hi 16° | Lo 7°
Sunday
 
 
Mostly cloudy
Hi 17° | Lo 5°
Monday
 
 
Sunshine
Hi 17° | Lo 6°

Reviews on Gilgit Travel Guide

 
Gilgit PTDC model please send me your local number i want to make reservation regards waseem sheikh
Not Rated
Waseem sheikh, Karachi on Gilgit PTDC Motel Inn 8/16/2016
 
 
I want to come from 10 october 2016 to 18 oct kidly let me know the rent for four bedSyed
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Syed Rasheed Alam, karachi on Gilgit PTDC Motel Inn 8/2/2016
 
 
proud to be GBian.
5.0/5
ihtisham muhammad mughal, gilgit on Monument of Taj Mughal 7/27/2016
 
 
after 20 july I want an appartment of two families.how to order u.what r the rates.
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Abid Siddique, LHR on Gilgit PTDC Motel Inn 7/8/2016
 
 
need room 7th july to 9th july
4.0/5
asif mahmood, Lahore on Hunza Baltit Inn 7/1/2016
 

Gilgit is the most impressive region of Pakistan due to its natural features and picturesque splendor. Gilgit city is basically the capital of the Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan which is a prosperous that has expanded quickly to about 150,000 populations since the Karakoram Highway opened in 1978. Its bazaars create a center of attention merchants and tourists from all over Pakistan as well as China. A diversity of languages is spoken as Chinese silk and chinaware, fabrics, handicrafts, food stuff with spices change hands. It was previously acknowledged as the Northern Areas of Pakistan. The world’s three biggest mountain ranges are exists in Gilgit such as the Karakoram, the Handukuch and the Himalayas. Nature has also given this place unique beauty, Snowy Mountain, lush green fairy meadows, precious stones, and precious metals. It is predictable that approximately 95% of the valuable stones located in Pakistan are originated in Gilgit Baltistan. Places to visit in Gilgit are Naltar Valley, Hunza Valley, Nagar Valley and more.