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Altit Fort

Hunza Valley | Main Karimabad, Hunza, Pakistan
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Royalty

Well preserved and displayed . Worth every Rs spent on the entry fee. Really enjoyed the history... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nigar Z
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Karachi, Pakistan
The best Fort in town with traditional made by stones and view is awesome. My experience is great i love this place.

The best for tourists who are natural lovers like me. It was great experince when i visit this... read more

Reviewed April 12, 2017
shahidm970
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Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan
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2 weeks ago
“Royalty”
Apr 12, 2017
“The best Fort in town with traditional made by stones and view is awesome. My experience is great i love this place.”
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Hunza Valley | Main Karimabad, Hunza, Pakistan
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well preserved and displayed . Worth every Rs spent on the entry fee. Really enjoyed the history with the guide

Thank Nigar Z
Reviewed April 12, 2017

The best for tourists who are natural lovers like me. It was great experince when i visit this place and i love to much.

Thank shahidm970
Reviewed April 10, 2017

one of the most poignant places to visit. the history of this 700 palace is astounding. From bringing a bride from Tibet, to the jails, and to the execution tower. the palace tells of waves of conquests from hindus to mongols to the british. Unbelievable.

Thank pakistanitraveller
Reviewed March 19, 2017

This place show the culture of Hunza and how people lived in the past what they wear, how they cook, how they store their food, musical instruments, and almost every thing.

Thank shaheryarjanjua
Reviewed February 21, 2017

A 1300 years old fort with a royal garden full of fruit trees mostly of apricots,Apples and peaches. Fort is built on a huge rock mountain with view of all hunza valleys and mountains.

Thank javed k
Reviewed February 14, 2017

Altit fort is the oldest fort made by the early Mir's. Most of the structure is in genuine shape, facing to the mighty lady finger mountain that is still to be conquered by any climber. Hunza itself as well its rich and old culture leave...More

Thank Saeeduddin
Reviewed January 31, 2017

A very old fort that is located on a steep cliff. It's balconies provide excellent view of Karakoram Highway. The site has been well maintained, courtesy Agha Khan Foundation. The narrow street leading to the fort is picturesque too and has nice handicraft and gemstone...More

Thank flyfisher66
Reviewed December 28, 2016 via mobile

All must visit this historical fort that is 1300 years old built on a huge rock with a grand view of hunza/nagar valley and all the peaks and mountains.

Thank Javed K
Reviewed December 21, 2016

As well as an interesting insight into the lives of the previous rulers of Karimabad and the Hunza valley this fort has the most stunning views of the Hunza valley and the aquamarine waters of the river flowing past. It is also worth walking around...More

Thank devtravel
Reviewed November 17, 2016

If you are in Hunza then you must visit both Altit and Baltit fort- they are both very different with equally great views of the area. Adventure Planners Pakistan arranged a trip to the fort and surrounding area. The guide at the fort had brilliant...More

Thank Gemma L
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