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Discover The Wonders Of pakistan

Venturing on a journey to Pakistan introduces you to a land of high adventure, natural beauty, and rich culture. From the soaring peaks of the Karakoram to Lahore’s Mughal marvels, the ancient ruins of Taxila, and the bustling metropolis of Karachi, Pakistan offers a journey of discovery and surprise. Picture yourself trekking in some of the highest mountain ranges, roaming through historic forts and mosques, navigating vibrant bazaars, or exploring the serene beauty of northern valleys. With its ancient caravan routes and a mix of cultural influences, Pakistan invites you on an adventure off the beaten path.

Pakistan At A Glance

CAPITAL CITY

Islamabad (population approximately 1.1 million)

POPULATION

Approximately 213 million

CURRENCY

Pakistani rupee (PKR)

LANGUAGE

Urdu, English, provincial languages

TIME ZONE

(GMT +05:00) Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi

CALLING CODE

+92

ELECTRICITY

Type C & Type D

TOP THINGS TO SEE IN Pakistan

Lahore

Lahore

Known as the cultural heart of Pakistan, Lahore boasts magnificent architectural gems like the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, and the vibrant Walled City.

Karakoram Highway

Karakoram Highway

Often considered the ‘eighth wonder of the world’ for its views, this majestic highway is a passage through soaring peaks, serene valleys, and picturesque lakes.

Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley

Famous for its incredible mountain scenery, welcoming people, and the iconic Baltit Fort, Hunza is a gem of Northern Pakistan.

Taxila

Taxila

This ancient city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts ruins that reflect the evolution of Gandhara art and architecture.

OUR ADVENTURE Trips & TOURS IN Pakistan

STARTING FROM £3000

Pakistan is a country in South Asia. It was created in 1947 as an independent nation for Muslims from the regions in the north-west of British India. Pakistan is bordered by India to the east, Afghanistan and Iran to the west, and China in the north. The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad and its largest city is Karachi. The official language of Pakistan is Urdu, but many other languages are also spoken there, including Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, and Balochi.

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Pakistan FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The best time to visit Pakistan depends on the region. For the northern areas, the best time is from April to October, while for the southern regions, the cooler months from November to Feb are more suitable.

The official currency is the Pakistani Rupee. ATMs are widely available, and exchange services are offered at banks and international airports.

Most travellers need to apply for a visa in advance from a Pakistani Embassy or Consulate. However, the country has recently liberalised its visa regime, offering ‘Visa on Arrival’ for many nationalities. Always check the latest information based on your nationality.

Highlights include Lahore, the Karakoram Highway, Hunza Valley, and the ancient ruins of Taxila.

Security has improved greatly in recent years, but conditions can change, and areas of instability exist. Always check government travel advisories and avoid sensitive areas, especially near borders.

While Urdu is the official language, English is widely understood in urban areas, among younger generations, and in the tourism industry.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Tap water is not safe for drinking in Pakistan. It is recommended to take a filtered water bottle.

Pakistani cuisine is rich and varied, with popular dishes like biryani, chapli kebab, nihari, and the sweet dessert, gulab jamun. Every region has its specialties and flavours.

The people are very hospitable, but also appreciate respect for local customs and traditions. Dress modestly, especially in rural areas and when visiting religious sites.

Absolutely! It’s a country of high-adventure: trekking in the Karakoram or Hindu Kush ranges, exploring ancient archaeological sites, experiencing vibrant cities, or wandering in beautiful northern valleys – Pakistan is sure to surprise you.