Hussaini Village is situated in Hunza valley, 145 km North of Gilgit and 45 km from Ali Abad in Central Hunza. Hunza River flows in to the east while the Karakoram Highway (KKH) passes to its west.
Hussaini Village is situated on 74°52'23.42" East longitude and 36°25'29.14" North latitude at an altitude of 2556 meters (Source-GPS) above sea level.
South of Hussaini is Gulmit (the headquarters of Gojal magistracy - tehsil), Ghulkin is to the southwest, while Passu is in the north with famous Batura glacier. Hussaini glacier is located to the west with famous Shisper peak, 7611 meter.
Hussaini is a small village of Gojal (Upper Hunza) in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. It is situated on the both banks of Hunza River. The old main village is on the western-bank and at the lateral moraine of Hussaini glacier and below Borith Lake. The newly irrigated land, called Zarabod, is on the left bank. The total population is 639 souls, living in 86 households. (2007)