Pakistan is a country located in South Asia, and is known for its diverse culture, rich history, and beautiful landscapes. The country is home to the Himalayas, the Karakoram mountain range, and the Indus River, as well as a variety of historical sites and cultural landmarks. The geography of Pakistan is a blend of landscapes varying from plains to deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus ranging from the coastal areas of the Arabian Sea in the south to the high mountains of central Asia in the north.

The Himalayas and Karakorams are the world’s newest mountains formed as a result of a collision between the Indian geological plate and the Asian plate. The Karakoram Range is about 500km in length and the most heavily glaciated part of the world outside the polar region. Pakistan has the densest concentration of high mountains in the world with five peaks over 8,000meters, including K2, the second-highest mountain on Earth. There is another great mountain range of the Hindu Kush which is 800km long and stretches between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan. The highest point in the Hindu Kush is Tirch Mir (7,708m) towering above the Chitral Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The mountain range separates Central Asia from South Asia. The Indus River is Pakistan’s lifeline and with its tributaries provide water for the largest irrigation system in the world. The Indus is 3200KM long and is the third-longest river in Asia. Rising in Tibet, it passes through Ladakh in northern India and enters Pakistan flowing northwestwards. The Indus separates the Himalaya and Karakoram ranges, plunging through some of the world’s deepest gorges as it twists between the mountains until it finally finds an exit south to the plains of Punjab and Sindh.

Tourism in Pakistan has been on rise in recent years, but it is still considered as a relatively low-key destination. When planning a trip to Pakistan, it is important to be aware of local customs and laws, as well as current political conditions. Visitors should also be prepared for the fact that infrastructure and facilities may not be as well-developed as in other countries.

PAKISTAN, Your Next Destination...! WHY…?

Pakistan is so geographically varied that every adventure travel lover in the world would love to take Pakistan tour at least once in their lifetime. Pakistan is the dream of every trekker, climber & tourism lover. Your world travel catalog is incomplete if you miss-out on the Pakistan Tour. From lush green valleys to Cold deserts, and unexplored beaches to the second highest Mountain in the world, from large mountains of North to beaches of Baluchistan. Pakistan is blessed with natural landscapes, each one more beautiful than the other.

Apart from the geographical undulations, the diversity in the culture, food, language and even flora and fauna found in the various regions of Pakistan is quite fascinating. This affluence is the reason why Pakistan is so popular among the travelers around the globe.

Diversity makes Pakistan a unique place to visit. From coastal shoreline to mighty peaks of Karakoram. From Kalasha tribes to Wakahi community in Hunza. Meadows of Deosai or the 2nd highest peak in the world, The K2. Birthplace of Sikhism & Buddhism with various sites saturated in part of Pakistan. Furthermore, Pakistan is a tourist haven for history lovers with a long list of world heritage sites ranging from Karachi to Khyber.

Natural Beauty

Pakistan is known for its spectacular landscape, home to the world’s largest mountain range, the roaring rivers, and the breathtaking valley. Tourists can find magnificent places, from the longest coastline with the Arabian Sea to the vast desert of Shigar to the highest base camp of K2, each place is filled with mesmerizing and breathtaking natural beauty.


Pakistan is a unique historical gem from 5,000 years back, from the ear of Buddha, the Indus Valley, and the Gandhara Civilization. You can find the oldest Buddha statues in Taxila, Indus Valley in Mohenjo Daro, and Ghandhar in Swat Valley. The rich history also has the impact of the Mughal Empire that you can see in Lahore fort and marvelous mosques in Lahore.


Pakistan was the route for many invaders, conquerors, and rulers; they left their cultural significance in various areas over the centuries. From Sindh to Baluchistan, Punjab to Gilgit, KPK to AJ&K, you will find diversity in food, norms, traditions, festivals, language, and whatnot. Visit the Badshahi Mosque, the Lahore Fort, the Wazir Khan Mosque, or the world’s largest fort, Rohtas Fort. Each place has deep cultural significance.

Time to Visit Pakistan

The northern areas of Pakistan consist of valleys of Gilgit Baltistan (Hunza, Nagar, Phandar, Skardu, Fairy Meadows, Ghizar), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Chitral, Naran, Sawat, Kumrat), Azad Jammu & Kashmir (Neelam Valley, Jhelum Valley, Rawalakot), and Galiyat/Murree. Some areas of Pakistan are best to visit in winters, some are best in summers to visit and some have unique charm in the spring and autumn seasons. We have classified these valleys with respect to which time is best to travel.

Best Time to Visit Sindh & Punjab

Pakistan is blessed with four seasons, now it depend upon the traveler’s mood and nature like what you actually wants to explore. In winters, coastal line of Pakistan is best to explore with natural beaches. On way to the coastal highway, you will find calm and beautiful beaches among all others in the world. If you are a snow lover, then the Northern areas of Pakistan in winters from December to February, are in a category where heavy snowfalls each year. South and central Punjab have a unique cultural ambiance for cultural and food lovers, it’s unique in the world.

Best Time to Visit Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJ & K)

Most part of Azad Kashmir is on the Line of Control between Pakistan and India but it’s heavenly beautiful, lakes, waterfalls, water streams, and glaciers. The best time to Visit Azad Kashmir is in summers. (May – June – July – August – September)

Best time to Visit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) / Baluchistan

Same as Azad Kashmir, KPK & Baluchistan is another summer’s destination with water springs, milky streams, dense forests, the best time to visit is in summers from May-September. But some areas (Kalam, Malam-Jabba, Quetta, Ziarat and etc) are now added as the winter destination as well, thousands of tourist rushed to explore the beauty of winters too.

Best Time to Visit Gilgit Baltistan (GB)

Gilgit Baltistan is accessible year-round, thanks to the Karakoram Highway. Most visitors like to travel during spring / autumn due to the breezy weather. You will find GB (Hunza, Nagar, Skardu, Phandar) in full bloom in March - May each year. It’s that part of the time when Cherries are ready to eat. Trees are laden with delicious organic Cherries, which is a sight to behold.
Spring seasons bring much-needed comfort. This season welcomes tourists from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia & Thailand who wait almost a year for book a Pakistan tour from their native countries. Due to global warming, the spring season is shrinking each year Skardu Valley of Gilgit Baltistan is the gate way for the highest peaks in the world. Skardu is home to K2 (2nd highest peak in the world), Broad Peak, Gasherbrum 1, Gasherbrum 2 & Masherbrum. Further, Concordia is the melting point of the Godwin Austin glaciers and the enormous Baltoro glacier.
Summer is the ideal time for trekking & adventure expeditions in the Skardu region, and that starts in May & lasts till the end of August. Baltistan has various valleys and the land of lakes. It also has a blend of Tibet culture & traditions of the Kashmiri dialect. While summer is the month for these areas, blossom weather around March – April is also fascinating.
In Autumn, GB changes the colors which delicates the fragrance into atmosphere, Autumn is considered as photographers heaven in Gilgit Baltistan.
Winters are harsh & I mean it. The temperature in various towns touches -17 Celsius. With a lack of facilities, it becomes hard to survive in such weather. In central Towns, hotels are beefing up their facilities, but if you travel in remote valleys, you may even experience frozen lakes and water channels.