Welcome to Sost, a lovely village in Upper Hunza, Pakistan. It’s not just a village; it’s a cool place to visit! Sost is about 184 km away from Gilgit city, right on the famous Karakoram Highway. If you’re on your way to China, you’ll hit the China border at Khunjerab Pass, and Sost is the last village in Pakistan before that.

Sost is like the superhero hub for trade and tourism between Pakistan and China. It’s where all the action happens – clearing stuff through customs and making sure everything is good to go. The folks here talk in Wakhi and Brushki languages, adding a cool cultural vibe.

But it’s not just about business; Sost is also a top spot for tourists. The place is so peaceful, and the people here are super nice. They really know how to treat guests like family.

Getting here is an adventure too! You can fly to Islamabad, drive through awesome Hunza, and end up in Sost. Or, if you’re feeling extra adventurous, fly to Kashgar or Urumqi in China and take a scenic drive through the Khunjerab Pass. Just keep in mind, in winter, heavy snow might block the border crossing between China and Pakistan. But no worries, Sost is always here, waiting to share its warmth and beauty, even if the snow tries to play spoilsport!

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