Wakhi Language spoken cities in Pakistan

Wakhi is local language, spoken in the following cities or towns in Pakistan.

Wakhi belongs to the Indo-European language and is spoken in Afghanistan, Tajikstan, China, and Pakistan. Wakhi speakers are inhabitants of the Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Gorno-Badakhshan of Tajikistan, and the Xinjiang region of Western China. They are also known as the Wakhi people. In Gilgit-Baltistan, the Wakhi speakers live in Hunza, Gojal, Yasin, Gupis, and Ishkoman. Hunza Valley has a large number of Wakhi speakers in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. It is also the most spoken language but without any developed written script system.
  • Ghizer


    Ghizer district is located along the Gilgit River on the west of the Gilgit River. It is the most beautiful and attractive valley in Gilgit-Baltistan. It has a number of colorful valleys with singing streams within the green fields. It is the gateway to Chitral from the Gilgit side via Shandur Pass.
    Visiting Locations in Ghizer

  • Gojal Upper Hunza

    Gojal is the largest city in Baltistan next to Hunza, having a border with China and Afghanistan. It connects with China through the Khunjerab Pass and with Afghanistan through the Chapursan Valley. Gojal, also known as Upper Hunza, is the highest mountains area in the Karakoram and Pamir mountain ranges, at an average elevation of 4,000 meters.
    Visiting Locations in Gojal Upper Hunza

  • Gupis Yasin

    Gupis Yasin is located in the west of Gilgit-Baltistan in the high mountains of the Hindu Kush Range at a distance of 187 KM from the Gilgit main city. It is given the status of district in 2019 and separated from Ghizer district including Gupis, Yasin, and Phander Tehsil.
    Visiting Locations in Gupis Yasin