Day 01 Meet on arrival at Karachi airport, Transfer to hotel, overnight at hotel
Day 02 Morning breakfast at hotel later City tour visit the Bohri Bazaar, Quaid e Azam Mausoleum, Defense mosque, Clifton beach and Saddar bazaar. Overnight at hotel
Day 03 Full day tour of Thatta visit Chaukundi, Banbhore, Makli and Shahjeham mosque (All world Heritage sites) return to Karachi for overnight at hotel.
Day 04 Morning free at leisure shopping at the bazaars of Karachi afternoon transfer to airport for flight to Lahore. On arrival meet and transfer to hotel overnight at hotel.
Day 05 Breakfast at hotel Full day city tour of Lahore visit the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore fort, Anarkali bazaar and museum, later drive to Shalimar garden . Overnight at hotel
Day 06 Morning at leisure evening shopping tour of Lahore overnight at hotel
Day 07 After breakfast drive to Islamabad enroute visit Rohtas fort overnight at hotel
Day 08 Morning tour of Islamabad visit the Shah Faisal mosque, Folk heritage museum and Shakarparian view point. Afternoon free for shopping at centorus mall Islamabad overnight at hotel.
Day 09 Drive to Besham enroute visit UNESCO World heritage site of Taxila and museum overnight at PTDC Motel.
Day 10 Drive to Gilgit enroute stop for pictures tea and lunch overnight at hotel in Gilgit.
Day 11 Morning tour of Gilgit visit the bazaar, Kargah Buddhah later drive to Hunza stopping a different places for pictures overnight at hotel
Day 12 Morning tour of Altit & Baltit villages afternoon free at leisure overnight at hotel
Day 13 Drive to Naran on arrival transfer to hotel overnight at hotel.
Day 14 Drive to Islamabad enroute stop at Abbottabad overnight at hotel in islamabad
Day 15 Transfer to airport for flight to home
Cost: US$ 1482.00 Per person based on double occupancy bed & breakfast basis in 3 star hotel. Single Supplement US$ 658 per person staying in Single room,
Cost Includes: Hotels on double occupancy Bed & breakfast basis, Tours & transfers in private A/C car/coach, Government taxes, services of an English speaking guide.
Cost Does not Include: Airfare Airport taxes, tips laundry, lunch dinner, mineral water, and any other extra expanses
How to travel to Pakistan
In March of 2019, Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior has set up an electronic visa platform for 70 countries tourist intending to visit Pakistan. The creation of the e-visa platform is the latest step by the government of Pakistan to attract foreign tourists to Pakistan, with the aim of promoting the tourism sector within the country and modernizing Pakistan’s image as a tourist destination on the world map.
For further details about e visa and the services, please visit website:
Overland from China
The Khunjerab Pass is open (weather permitting) from the 1st of May till the 31st of October. Customs, immigration and health formalities at the border post, Sost, can be completed daily from 9 till 11 am for outgoing travelers and up to 4 pm for incoming travelers. Daily PTDC and NATCO buses or private transport connect Tashkurgan with Sost.
Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the national carrier and numerous international airlines list Pakistan as a destination and have offices in Pakistan and abroad. Additionally there are various domestic airlines as well such as Serene Air, Air Blue connecting 38 domestic airports with daily flights. PIA has daily flights linking the northern tourist towns of Gilgit, Skardu and Chitral with Islamabad and additionally Chitral with Peshawar. All flights to the northern region are subject to weather conditions.
Overland from India
The only land border open between India and Pakistan is the Wagah border, between Amritsar and Lahore, open for foreigners seven days a week. A visa is required for both countries.
Overland from Iran
The border is open only at Taftan, from 9 am till 1 pm and 2 till 5 pm. Seven buses travel between Taftan and Quetta in Baluchistan, with a one way trip lasting approximately 18 hours. Please check the travel advisory for Pakistan before travelling.
Climate in Pakistan
Pakistan encompasses an area from the mountains in the north to the coast of the Arabian Sea in the south, leading to an extremely cold climate in the north and a warmer and more humid climate in the south. Therefore, the climate is a key factor in deciding when and where to travel in Pakistan!
There are generally three seasons: the cold season (around October to February), the warm and dry season (around March to June) and the wet/monsoon season (around July to September). There are, however, distinct regional variations. The trekking season starts in late April and finishes by late October, peaking from mid-June to mid-September.
June, July and August are generally the peak months for domestic tourists. For those travelling to or from China, be aware that the Khunjerab Pass is officially closed to travelers from the 15th of November until the 1st of May. Heavy snow may even lead to closure of the area around Naran, Hunza, Chitral and Baltistan from the beginning of November until the beginning of May.