PAKISTAN

TOP DESTINATION FOR VACATIONS OF 2020

PAKISTAN

TOP DESTINATION FOR VACATIONS OF 2020

PAKISTAN

TOP DESTINATION FOR VACATIONS OF 2020

PAKISTAN

TOP DESTINATION FOR VACATIONS OF 2020

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“Travel brings Power and Love back to your Life.”

– RUMI-

The Government of Pakistan has shown the resolve to uplift the Tourism Industry of Pakistan.  While speaking in recently held “Pakistan Tourism Summit”, Prime Minister said that, “Pakistan is known for its hospitality globally because the people here are welcoming to tourists.   The Government of Pakistan has decided to accept Online Visa application from people of 175 countries of the world. 

In 2019, “Conde Nast Traveller”, a luxury travel magazine,  named Pakistan as the destination its editors were most excited about in not only the upcoming year, but also the next decade.   While travelling in Pakistan you can experience the historical heritage of one of the oldest civilizations in the world, worship at the rich collection of Sufi shrines, Hindu temples, Sikh gurdawaras and Buddhist monasteries, scale some of the highest mountains in the world, or simply experience natural beauty ranging from blossoming trees against a backdrop of snow-clad peaks in Gilgit-Baltistan to pristine beaches in Gwadar.

Let us guide you on Your Next Journey to Pakistan

Pick your destination

city breaks

If you like to be an urban dweller then the cities of Lahore, Karachi, Multan, Islamabad and Peshawar can offer you the best of everything.  For those who like archaeology,  old remians of ancient cities like Harrapa, Mohango-daro and Mehrgarh   are worth visiting. 

Experience Nature

For nature lovers the valleys of Swat, Kaghan, Nathiagali, Hunza await  you with perfect clam, amazing beauty and pristine environments. If you cannot spare more time then Murree Hills are perfect destination.  Places like Kalar Kahar, Gorakh Hills and Urak Valley  are worth visiting. 

mountain adventures

Mountains, including few above 8000 meters like famous K-2 and Nanga Parbat, of Pakistan challenge your resolve and test your strength beside providing great sense of achievement and satisfaction. Naltar Valley in Gilgit is a great skiing destination.

Spiritual PILGRIM

There are numerous revered  places for Sikhs Hindus and Buddhists besides Muslims in Pakistan.  One could solely come for a spiritual journey or could group it with an excursion. A recently opened Kartarpur Sahib corridor offers Indian Sikhs opportunity to visit the place without visa 

Top Destinations

Swat

Swat is a valley and an administrative district in the KP Province, located close to the Afghan-Pakistan border. It is the upper valley of the Swat River, which rises in the Hindu Kush range. The capital of Swat is Saidu Sharif, but the main town in the Swat valley is Mingora located a few kilometers from Saidu Sharif. People of Swat are friendly, soft spoken and very hospitable . Local language is Pashto, however, English is widely understood and spoken as well. With high mountains, green meadows and clear lakes, it is a place of great natural beauty and is popular among tourists as "the Switzerland of the region". Best months to visit are from April to October every year.

Lahore City

Lahore is Pakistan's second largest city, and the capital of the Punjab province. It is widely considered the country's cultural capital. The heart of Lahore is the Walled City, a very densely populated area of about one square kilometer. Founded in legendary times, and a cultural centre for over a thousand years, Lahore has many attractions to keep the tourist busy. The Mughal and Sikh legacies survive in the Lahore Fort, Badshahi Mosque and Gurdwara. The Mall is lined with colonial-gothic buildings from the British Raj, and the suburbs of Gulberg and Defence feature palatial mansions and trendy shopping districts. Foods streets of Lahore also major attractions from culinary tourism point of view.

Hunza

Hunza Valley is a exotic mountainous area. it is just 100 KM , or almost 2 - 3 Hours drive, from Gilgit. The local languages are Brushuski, Wakhi, Shina while Urdu and English are also understood. The valley provides spectacular views of Rakaposhi 7,788 m and other tops. Ancient Watch towers are located in heart of Ganish Village, Baltit Fort stands on top of Karimabad whereas Altit Fort lies at the bottom of the valley. Dating back to 8th century AD, a huge Buddha figure surrounded by small Buddhisatvas is carved on a rock. Pre-historic men and animal figures are carved on rocks along the valley. Borith Lake is located in upper Hunza and Rush Lake is located near Nagar which are major tourists attractions.

Paradise for Mountaineers, Trekkers and Skiing Lovers

Northern part of Pakistan is blessed with long ranges of lofty mountains, including K-2 which the second highest peak in the world,  are great attractions for mountain climbers and trekkers from all over the world . Besides that, Pakistan has more than a hundred peaks that are above 7,000 meters. Out of the world’s 14 highest peaks, four are in Pakistan.  Every year thousands of climbers, trekkers and tourist flock from all over the World to witness and experience the grandeur of the nature.

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KARTARPURA SAHIB

This place is located close to the border. This is the place where first guru of Sikhism Guru Nanak settled in 1504 AD after carrying out his journeys for 20 years. It is believed that he died here and his remains are buried here. It is considered to be the second holiest site for the Sikh religion. Recently, a corridor has been opened with India so that Sikhs from India could come and visit the Gurdawara without seeking visa. Large number of Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims visit the Gurdawara every year. One can reach Kartarpura either on hired taxi or on public transport easily. Elaborate checking, registration and transport facilities have been arranged by the Governments of Pakistan and India

Katas Raj Mandir Complex

Katas Raj Mandir Complex located in Pakistan. It is the second biggest holy place in Punjab for Hindu devotees after Jawala Mukhi. The temple complex surrounds a pond named Katas which is regarded as sacred by Hindus. The temples’ pond is said in the Puranas to have been created from the teardrops of Shiva, after he wandered the Earth inconsolable after the death of his wife Sati. Katas Raj, a conglomeration of temples preserves at least 1500 years worth of history ranging from Buddhist era to British rule in that particular space. This place is easily accessible via road from Whagah Border or Lahore.

Takhtbai

Once known as the heart of the Gandhara civilization, Takhtbai is the most visited site by the Buddhists, who flock to see the ancient monastery that dated back to the 1st century. Korean Buddhists in particular trace their religious origin to the area that is now Pakistan, where Korean monk Hyecho travelled 1,300 years ago. Takht-I-Bahi was unearthed in early 20th century and in 1980 it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list as the largest Buddhist remains in Gandhara, along with the Sahr-i-Bahlol urban remains. This place is accessible via Road and Motorway M-1 from Islamabad or Peshawar.

Happy Memories from Travelers

Pakistan is a Country of Most Hospitable People

 “A journey to Pakistan isn’t a holiday; it’s a life-changing adventure, an education and an off-the-beaten-track experience you’ll never forget. Expect to be surprised, moved, inspired, challenged and supported. Enhance your journey by travelling with an open mind, a beaming smile and a warm heart. Pakistanis will return your optimism and kindness a thousand times over.”

Sophee   Southall

 “Within minutes of crossing the Wagah border, where I enjoyed a friendly chat and cup of tea with the security staff, my impression of Pakistan started to change. By the end of my trip, it had done a complete 180. The locals treated my travel buddies and me like family; we were granted unconditional hospitality of the highest order. I never felt unsafe and, even as a Western female tourist, I felt valued and respected. It was a heart-warming and enlightening experience.”

Cynthia   Ritchie

“Forget your fears – go visit Pakistan. It’s far from the easiest country to travel in, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a more hospitable country of people. 

Add to that rich cultural history and diversity, stunning nature, and you have a perfect destination for adventurous spirits. Just do it. You won’t regret it.”

Henrik  Jeppesen

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