Nagar valley one of the beautiful valleys of Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Area of Pakistan. Nagar Valley is almost 2440 meters above sea level. Burushaski and Shina languages are spoken in Nagar. The valley is on one side of the Hunza river and Hunza valley on the other side. The distance between these two valleys is almost 15 Kilometers. This valley is 102 kilometers away from Gilgit, the Capital city of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Farmerly the Hunza and Nagar were part of district Hunza-Nagar. But in 2015 Nagar has been separated from Hunza. Now, this is a separate district. Nagar Khas is the capital of this district.
First of all when it comes to beauty and colors, Allah almighty has adorned Pakistan with such beautiful eye-catching landscapes. Furthermore, the honor of wrapping up the beauty of the Northern Areas goes to highway build-up by trimming the hard rocks. The highway is also known as the Karakoram highway. For the reason that the Karakoram and Himalaya ranges are in this way.
Similarly, on the hard and tough mountain ranges and 906 kilometers long. This highway is a great example of the Pak-China friendship. So, in the shadow of mountains on this highway, thousands of tourists from all over the world come to embrace the beauty of the north. Probably, It is the beauty of these valleys that attracts people towards these valleys.
Most noteworthy, Nagar valley enriched with natural beauty. Even more, this valley is surrounded by all sides by high altitude mountains. That’s the reason that this valley looks like a beautiful cup with lush greenery all around. Hunza river flows from the middle of these two valleys Hunza and Nagar. Before the establishment of Pakistan Hunza-Nagar was an independent state.
The ancient trade convoys passing through these valleys travel to China and west Asian countries. The traders crossing the difficult mountains bring such valuable items from, Kashgar, Ladakh, and China. These items are still part of the culture of the locals.