Pakistan is a country rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, offering a unique and unforgettable travel experience. With stunning mountain ranges, ancient cultural sites, vibrant cities, and charming villages, tourists will be amazed by the diverse array of attractions available to them in Pakistan.


Located in South Asia and sharing borders with India, Afghanistan and Iran, Pakistan is the world’s sixth most populous country. Known for its mountainous landscapes, glaciers and lakes, the famous K2 peak lies in this region leading to many adventurous trails. Adventure apart, the cultural essence of the country is represented by its villages, whereas the modern hubs of Karachi and Lahore showcase global diversity. 

Lahore is the cultural capital of Pakistan and is renowned for its rich history, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine. One must-visit attraction in Lahore is the Lahore Fort, which dates back to the Mughal era and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Swat Valley is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and is often referred to as the Switzerland of Pakistan. The valley is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, green forests, and crystal clear rivers. The Hunza Valley is a hidden gem located in the northern region of Pakistan. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, traditional architecture, and hospitable people. The valley is surrounded by towering mountains and is a great place to hike, camp, or just relax.

Pakistani cuisine is a blend of different cultural influences, including Indian, Central Asian, and Persian. Some must-try dishes include biryani, kebabs, and tandoori chicken.

Lastly, Pakistani culture is a melting pot of different traditions, religions, and lifestyles. One can witness the traditional dances, music, and festivals in Pakistan, which are a great reflection of the country's rich cultural heritage.

Tourists visiting Pakistan will be amazed by the country's stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. From the towering peaks of the Himalayas to the rolling deserts of the Balochistan plateau, Pakistan is a destination that will leave a lasting impression.

Best time to visit

May to October (dry weather conditions)



Primary Language


Must Try Food

Sajji, Haleem, Nihari


Pakistani Rupee (₨)

Time Zone

Pakistan Standard Time (GMT +5)

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11D | 10 N

Pakistan Autumn Hiking Trip

Difficulty Level: Easy

Embark on an unforgettable journey through Pakistan's Hunza, Skardu, Gilgit, and Besham valleys, where majestic mountains meet vibrant cultures. Explore Hunza's legendary landscapes, visit Skardu's Karakoram Range for adventure, delve into Gilgit's rich history along the Silk Road, and unwind in Besham's scenic tranquility. Experience breathtaking vistas, ancient forts, bustling bazaars, and serene lakes. Indulge in local cuisine, stay in comfortable accommodations, and create lasting memories amidst Pakistan's stunning beauty.

From SGD $ 2,811.51

12D | 11N

Pakistan Hiking Trip

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Highest Altitude: 3500m ASL

Embark on a 12-day journey through Islamabad, Naran, Hunza, and Fairy Meadows: Begin in Islamabad, exploring cultural sites like Faisal Mosque and savoring local cuisine at Margala Hills. Journey to Naran, a picturesque mountain town known for its stunning landscapes. Explore the legendary Hunza Valley, famous for its breathtaking snow-capped peaks and warm hospitality.

Visit Fairy Meadows for unparalleled views of Nanga Parbat, the ninth-highest mountain. Indulge in local cuisine, enjoy comfortable accommodations, and create lasting memories amidst Pakistan's stunning natural beauty.

From SGD $ 2,811.51

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