Gulmit Gojal offers a hospitable atmosphere of traditional Wakhi culture in the Hunza Valley. The Wakhis of Gojal Valley claim to have migrated fom the Wakhan corridor. The Mir of Hunza Valley had his winter capital in Gulmit and the tomb of Salim Khan III (1790-1824) is founded here in the old part of the village, with old houses. Gulmit Gojal Hunza has a simple bazar with basic amenities. It’s scenic mountain environment offers relaxation, short walks and longer treks, particularly two-day treks into alpine pastures.
Overlookng Hunza River and surrounded by lofty mountains and glaciers of the Upper Hunza Valley, Marcopolo Inn offers breathtaking views of the Karakoram mountain range.
Hunza Marcopolo Inn is the centre of the village of Gulmit Gojal on the Karakorom Highway and is conveniently accessible.
Pleasant summers and cool during springs and autumn. The winter tends to be cold.
Unit of currency is the Rupee. Foreign currency can also be exchanged at the Hotel Reception.
The official language is Urdu but English is spoken widely in Hunza Valley. The local language is Wakhi.