Gilgit is the Capital city of Gilgit-Baltistan, an authoritative domain of Pakistan. The city of Gilgit establishes a tehsil inside Gilgit District. The city’s antiquated name was Sargin, later to be known as Gilit, and it is still alluded to as Gilit or Sargin-Gilit by neighborhood individuals. In the Burushaski language, it is named Geelt and in Wakhi and Khowar it is called Gilt. Ghallata is viewed as its name in antiquated Sanskrit writing.
The travel industry and transport
Gilgit city is one of the two significant center points for all mountaineering undertakings in Gilgit-Baltistan. Practically all travelers set out toward treks in Karakoram or Himalaya Ranges land at Gilgit first. Gilgit is served by the close by Gilgit Airport. Numerous visitors travel to Gilgit via air, since street travel among Islamabad and Gilgit, by the Karakoram Highway, takes 14–24 hours, while the air travel takes a minor 55–an hour.
Spots to visit
There are a few vacation destinations generally near Gilgit:
Naltar Valley with Naltar Peak
Pixie Meadow in Raikot
Haramosh Peak in Karakoram Range
Deosai National Park
Kargah Valley Rahimabad Valley and nomal