Pakistan

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Tour Map of Pakistan

Tourism in Pakistan is a growing industry. In 2010, Lonely Planet termed Pakistan as being “…tourism’s ‘next big thing’ for more years than we care to remember”. In 2018, the British Backpacker Society ranked Pakistan as the world’s top adventure travel destination, describing the country as “one of the friendliest countries on earth, with mountain scenery that is beyond anyone’s wildest imagination.” Recently, Forbes put Pakistan among the top 10 destinations for 2020. The country is geographically and ethnically diverse, and has a number of historical and cultural heritage sites.
From the mighty stretches of the Karakorams in the North to the vast alluvial delta of the Indus River in the South, Pakistan remains a land of high adventure and nature. Trekking, mountaineering, white water rafting, wild boar hunting, mountain and desert jeep safaris, camel and yak safaris, trout fishing and bird-watching, are a few activities, which entice the adventure and nature lovers to Pakistan.


Gilgit Baltistan

8 Days Tour to Skardu, Hunza, Khunjerab & Gilgit

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Giligit Baltistan

Visits and Sightseeing:
Shangrila lake, Upper Kachura Lake, Shigar Fort, Manthokha Waterfall Mehdiabad, Deosai Plains (called the roof of the world), Rama Lake, Rama Forest, Attabad Lake, Hussaini Suspension Bridge, Hunza valley, Hopper valley, Altit Fort, Baltit Fort, Khunjerab Pass, Passu Cones, Gulmit valley, Naltar Ski Resort.

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Hunza Valley

Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Islamabad to Skardu (by air):
Day 2: Skardu to Shigar
Day 3: Mehdiabad visit
Day 4: Deosai Plains, Rama Lake n forest, Astore
Day 5: Astore to Hunza
Day 6: Hunza to Khunjerab Pass
Day 7: Gilgit visit
Day 8: Gilgit to Islamabad


6 Days Tour to SKARDU by Road

Brief Itinerary:

Day 1:

Islamabad to ASTORE, via Kaghan & NaranIslamabad to Kaghan (about 230 kms) in 7 hours plus.

  1. Islamabad to Kaghan (about 230 kms) in 7 hours plus.
  2. Kaghan to Babusar Pass (about 90 kms) in 2.5 + hours (via Lulusar Park).
  3. Finally arrive in Rama, ASTORE. Drive to your ‘Wazir Guest House; have your dinner and spend the night there.

Day 2:

ASTORE to Hunza (about 140 kms in 5 hours)

  1. Drive to Raka-Poshi Viewpoint. It is about 30 kms from Hunza valley in the South West.
  2. Then visit your hotel in Hunza town for check-in. Have your lunch there and some time to relax.
  3. Afterwards, drive to Attabad Lake. It is about 20 kms East from Hunza valley.
  4. Optional activities to do: boating in the lake.
  5. After the visit, drive back to your guesthouse in Hunza. Have your dinner and spend the night there.

Day 3:

HUNZA

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Hunza
  1. Drive to Baltit Fort. It is about 4 kms from Hunza valley and takes around 15 minutes.
  2. Then visit the Altit Fort. It is about 6 kms from Hunza valley and reach in 30 minutes. Have your lunch in nearby restaurant.
  3. Afterwards, drive north to Khunjerab Pass / China Border. It is about 180 kms from Hunza valley and it takes 4+ hours’ drive. Take your photos and then drive back to your hotel in Hunza. Have your dinner and spend the night there.

Day 4:

Hunza – Skardu, Baltistan (180 kms in about 6 + hours)

Skardu is a city in Gilgit-Baltistan region, and serves as the capital of Skardu District. Skardu is located in the 10 kilometres wide by 40 kilometres long Skardu Valley, at the confluence of the Indus and Shigar Rivers at an elevation of nearly 2,500 metres. China is believed to be constructing world’s 2nd biggest runway at Skardu and it will become an international airport.

  1. Drive to Skardu, the heart of Baltistan. Check-in at your hotel, have lunch and relax.
  2. After lunch, drive north to visit Shangrila Resort which is about 18 kms in 1-hour time.
  3. Then visit the Upper Kachura Lake, further 3 kms North, in about 10 minutes’ drive.
  4. After the visit, return back to your hotel to have dinner and night stay.

Day 5:

Skardu

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Skardu

The Deosai National Park is a high-altitude alpine plain and national park in northern Pakistan. It is located within Skardu District in Gilgit Baltistan. Deosai Plains are situated at an average elevation of 4,114 metres above sea level.
‘Deosai’ means ‘the land of Giants’ in Urdu. Balti people call this place ‘Ghabiarsa’ referring to ‘Summer’s Place’ because it is only accessible in summer. The landscape is covered with wildflowers that make Deosai radiant with bright colors through the summer.

The Deosai National Park was established in 1993 to protect the survival of the Himalayan brown bear and its habitat. Having long been a prize kill for poachers and hunters, the bear now has a hope for survival in Deosai where its number has increased from only 19 in 1993 to 40 in 2005. The Deosai Plains are also home to the Himalayan ibex, red fox, golden marmot (locally called Phia), gray wolf, the Ladakh urial, snow leopard and over 124 resident and migratory birds. Birds in the park include the golden eagle, lammergeier, griffon vulture, laggar falcon, peregrine falcon, Eurasian kestrel, Eurasian sparrow hawk and snowcock.

  1. After breakfast, leave for Sadpara. It is about 10 kms from Skardu town. Sadpara is the town of mountaineers. It has given us big achievers like Hassan Sadpara, Ali Sadpara, Muhammad Ali, Nazir Sabir and many more. Enjoy the natural beauty of Sadpara lake.
  2. After the visit, leave for Deosai. It is about 30 kms from Skardu city and it takes around 1 hour to reach there. Enjoy the park by trekking through the fields.
  3. After trekking have lunch.
  4. After lunch, drive to Sheosar Lake, which is situated within the Deosai National Park on the other (western side, about 15 kms). It is located at the height of 4,142 meters. Between the months of November to May the area of Deosai is snow bound. During spring, the surrounding area is covered with wide variety of flowers and butterflies. Most visitors come to the lake in summer between June to early September.
  5. After the visit, return back to your hotel in Skardu.

Day 6:

Skardu – Islamabad (635 kms in about 14 + hours)

  1. 05:30 a.m. After early breakfast, drive back to Islamabad via Lake Saiful Mulook (330 kms in about 8 hours). Have late lunch and enjoy the beauty of this magnificent lake that is considered an important landmark of the region and is 1 of the 1,000 wonders of the world.
  2. After the visit to the lake, drive further South to Islamabad town. It further takes around 290 kms in 8 + hours. Drop off to your residence in Islamabad.

Price: Depending upon number of persons and quality (3 star/4 star/ 5 star/Economical)

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Bara Pani Deosai

5 Days Tour to ASTORE by Road

Brief Itinerary:

Day 1:

Islamabad to ASTORE, via Kaghan and Naran (about 700 kms in 16 + hours)

  1. Islamabad to Kaghan (about 230 kms) in 7 hours plus.
  2. Kaghan to Naran (about 60 kms) in 2 hours plus

Day 2:

ASTORE

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Astore
  1. After breakfast, visit Chilas.
  2. Then visit Rama town. Visit the impressive Rama Lake. Have your lunch there.
  3. Return back to your guest house. Have dinner and spend the night there.

Day 3:

ASTORE to Hunza

  1. After early breakfast, drive to Raka Poshi Viewpoint
  2. Afterwards, drive to Altit Fort. Have your lunch in nearby restaurant.
  3. Also visit the Baltit Fort.
  4. After the visit, drive back to your guest house in Hunza. Have your dinner and spend the night there.

Day 4:

HUNZA

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Hunza
  1. After breakfast, drive to Atabad Lake. Optional activities to do: boating in the lake.
  2. Afterwards, drive to Khunjerab Pass / China Border. Take your photos and then drive back to your hotel in Hunza. Have your dinner and spend the night there.

Day 5:

Hunza – Islamabad (615 kms in about 15 + hours)

  1. After early breakfast, drive back to Islamabad via Lake Saiful Mulook (330 kms in about 8 hours). Have late lunch and enjoy the beauty of this magnificent lake that is considered an important landmark of the region and is 1 of the 1,000 wonders of the world.
  2. Drop off to your hotel or Islamabad airport by 00:00 midnight.
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Bara Pani Deosai

Price: Depending upon number of persons and quality (3 star/4 star/ 5 star/Economical)


4 Days Hunza Economical Tour by road

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Hunza

Departing from Islamabad – Rs22,000 each

Sightseeing:

  • Attabad Lake
  • Raka Poshi Viewpoint
  • Altit Fort
  • Baltit Fort
  • Khunjerab Pass;
  • and so much more.
  • (Group tour)

5 Days Skardu Economical Tour by road

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Skardu

Departing from Islamabad – Rs26,000 each

Sightseeing:

  • Shangrila
  • Shigar Fort
  • Satpara Lake
  • Deosai
  • Sheosar Lake
  • Bara Pani
  • Upper Kachura Lake
  • Mehdiabad Waterfall;
  • and so much more.
  • (Group tour)

Balochistan:

2 Days Tour to Hingol National Park and beaches

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Balochistan

Main Tourist Attractions:

  • Kund Malir beach (4.5* by 326 visitors)
  • Mud volcano (4.7* by 32 visitors) – Chandar Gup is the biggest among 80 in Pak
  • Princess of Hope (4.6* by 807 visitors)
  • Golden Beach (4.7* by 72 visitors)
  • Ormara Beach, Pasni (5.0* by 3 visitors) – the unexplored beauty of Pakistan
  • Buzi Pass (4.8* by 29 visitors) and Makran Coastal Highway
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Princess of Hope

Also possible to visit:

  1. Damb beach, 10 kms west of Winder off-route. (to view Dolphins in winter)
  2. Sapat Beach/Buji Khoh, Lasbela, about 40 kms before Kund Malir beach resort (to view caves in 4×4 only as 20 kms off-road)

Day 1:

  • 12:00 noon: Meet-up in Karachi
  • Dinner and night stay at Kund Malir Beach Resort (Rated 4.4* by 2126 visitors)

Day 2:

  • 05:30 a.m. Early wakeup to witness sunrise at the beach.
  • 08:30 p.m. Arrival back in Karachi

Price is Rs. 48,500 for 2. For 4×4 vehicle additional Rs 18,000

The Package includes:

  • AC Transport with driver and fuel (Corolla or Double cabin Toyota Revo 4×4)
  • Daily 1.5 liter mineral water bottle each person
  • Breakfast
  • 2 Lunches
  • Dinner
  • Tea and refreshments
  • Basic First-Aid Kit
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Hilux Revo

KPK:

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KPK

5 Days Tour to Buddhist Religious and UNESCO World Heritage sites in KPK

Millions of people around the world embark annually on spiritual journeys to soothe their souls. Global religious tourism is one of the fastest growing segments in travel today. According to the UNWTO (UN World Tourism Organization), 300 to 330 million tourists visit the globe’s most important religious sights every year.

Pakistan, with many important historical Buddhist sites, is noticeably trending in “religious tourism” due to its extensive heritage of Gandhara and Emperor Ashoka the Great.

Buddhist Religious sites in Pakistan

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Buddhist Religious sites in Pakistan

Buddhism in Pakistan took root some 2,300 years ago under the Mauryan king Ashoka. Buddhism has played a major role in the history of Pakistan — the land of which over time has been part of predominantly Buddhist empires such as the Indo-Greek Kingdom, the Kushan Empire, the Maurya Empire of Ashoka, the Pala Empire.

There still remain at least 200 families of Buddhists in Mehrabpur, Sindh area. Mr Jumman, school-teacher is their representative

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Map of Buddhist Religious Tourism sites in Pakistan

Pakistan’s Gandhara region comprising Mardan, Taxila and Swat hold a special place for them. Korean, Chinese and Japanese Buddhists in particular trace their religious origin to the area that is now Pakistan, where Korean monk Hyecho travelled 1,300 years ago.

  1. Takht-i-Bahi (80 kms from Peshawar)
  2. Taxila – DharmaRajika Stupa-Taxila
  3. A museum comprising various sections with rich archaeological finds of Taxila, arranged in chronological order and properly labeled, has been established close to the site.
  4. Mingora – Votive Stupas – Butkara-III Mingora
  5. Swat – Shingardar Stupa and Amlukdara Stupa

Brief Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Islamabad to Taxila – Islamabad
  • Day 2: Islamabad to Peshawar
  • Day 3: Peshawar to Takht Bahi
  • Day 4: Visit to Kalam, Mingora and Swat
  • Day 5: Swat to Islamabad and back home
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Swat

Price: Depending upon number of persons and quality (3 star/4 star/ 5 star/Economical)


Sindh:

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Thar Festival

3 Days Colors of Thar Festival, Mithi, Tharparkar (mid-March)

The 3-day “Thar Festival” in Mithi will feature several cultural and sports events such as animal races, musical concert and exhibition.
District administration in collaboration with Tharparkar, Thar Foundation and other concerned departments are organizing the #Thar Festival.
The theme of the festival is “Thar Badlega Pakistan”.
DC Tharparkar Mohammad Nawaz Khoso earlier said the main objective of Thar Festival is to introduce Thar as a civilized and a desert of peace to the world.

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Nagarparkar, Thar

2 Days Tour UNESCO World Heritage sites, Keenjhar Lake and Sehwan Lal Shahbaz Qalandar via Jhirk

Sightseeing:

  • Chaukundi Tombs (UNESCO World Heritage site);
  • Makli Necropolis (UNESCO World Heritage);
  • Shah Jehan Mosque, Thatta (Mughal architecture);
  • Keenjhar Lake and Resort;
  • Baran Bridge;
  • Ranikot Fort (World’s largest fort in Kirthar National Park – tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage sites);
  • Mausoleum of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan Sharif

Day 1: Karachi to Jhirk village via UNESCO World Heritage sites in Thatta

Day 2: Jhirk to Sehwan and back to Karachi

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UNESCO World Heritage sites in Thatta

Punjab:

Aa Dekh Mera Punjab
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Punjab

3 Days Lahore Package

Lahore is the fabulous city. It has rich history beautiful Moghul gothic architecture and very colorful bazaars. One can learn the history here and enjoy the amazing deals in shopping, enjoy the famous foods of this legendry city.

Brief Itinerary:

Day 1: Meet on arrival, transfer to Best Western hotel or similar, overnight at hotel

Day 2: Full day tour of Lahore; Visit the Lahore Fort, Badshahi mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Delhi Gate Bazaar and Shalimar Gardens; evening visit Wahgah border to witness the Pakistan India flag ceremony; overnight at hotel.

Day 3: Transfer to airport for flight to next destination/home.

Price: Depending upon number of persons and quality (Honeymoon/Executive/Standard)


4 Days Remarkable Neelam Valley Galiyat Tour

The Neelam Valley Galyat Tour is one of our most popular winter tours. Travelling to the Neelum Valley in winter allows travelers to enhance the beauty of nature in the magnificent views of the Neelum Jhelum River, lush green meadows and snow-capped peaks.

Brief Itinerary:

Day 1: 9AM to Neelum Valley. After Reaching Muzaffarabad, stay there for sometime and have lunch. After short stay, move towards Neelum Valley having the sightseeing of beautiful Pattika and Athmuqam on the way. Reach Kutton till evening and stay in Kutton Luxury Resort for night. Overnight Stay in Kutton Resort.

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Neelum Valley

Day 2: After the breakfast, move to the beautiful Sharda, most famous tourist area in Neelum Valley. That will take 4 hours to reach from Kutton to Sharda. In Sharda, visit Sharda Suburbs and the Sharda University and Fort ruins that offers amazing vies of valley. Sharda University and Sharda Fort ruins have a rich history and are 2000 years old. After full day excursion of Sharda Valley, on our way back, visit the border village named Keran. This destination is really famous as Keran village is divided into two parts, one is in Pakistan administered Azad Kashmir and other in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Keran is beautiful location for couples to spend some romantic time with the mesmerizing landscape and beautiful village. Overnight Stay in Kutton Resort.

Day 3: On the next day after breakfast, start the journey towards Murree Hills via Muzaffarabad. Stay for some time in the famous Mall Road and shopping areas of Murree. After that, move towards our Hotel in Changla Gali and then stay for night in Luxury Mahgul Resort Changla Gali.

Day 4: After the breakfast in Resort, move towards Nathia Gali and reach there in one hour. Nathia Gali is famous for dark forest and snow in winters. Enjoy the snow covered land and have about 4 hours excursion in Nathia Gali. Then move towards Ayubia till evening and spend two hours there. Afterwards move back towards Islamabad/Rawalpindi for the end of our beautiful tour.

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Nathia Gali

Price: Depending upon number of persons and quality (Honeymoon/Executive/Standard)


Remarks

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