Pakistan Tours

There is so much to see in Pakistan that is humanly not possible to cover in some pages of this site. In the recent past, Pakistan has been suffering a political turmoil but I can now claim that the worst cycle of terrorism wave in the country is over and the credit to this success goes to Pakistan military. Pakistan is now about to reveal its natural beauty to the world and invite the people across the world, to come and experience the true Asian hospitality here.



Travelers to Pakistan are all agreed up on one thing the warmth of the welcome and hospitality extended to them by the people. Despite lot of negative media campaign, by labelling the country of fanaticism, violence and danger but yet visitors to Pakistan should prepare themselves instead for a teaching in human warmth, generosity and hospitality. The visitors may expect endless invitations to eat or to stay at their homes and that should not be considered a formality; rather it is from the core of their heart. A big variety of people, cultures, languages and traditions will indeed make your travel in travel a fascinating one. Pakistan may be considered as a country where many countries rolled into one. Touring from one part of Pakistan to the next you will not just experience different landscapes but also different ethnic groups, cultures, clothing, cuisine and dialects.


Mountain Tours:

At the meeting point of the Karakoram, Himalaya and Hindukush ranges, the north of Pakistan encompasses soaring mountains of rock, ice and snow, huge sweeping glaciers and lofty plateau. Here is the highest concentration of peaks over 7,000 anywhere on earth including K2, the second highest in the world. There are more than 70 peaks above 7000m in just radius of 100km in Karakoram and that is why the Karakoram is known as the most beautiful mountain range of the world. There are also high pastures carpeted in summer with grass and flowers, whatever the surroundings, this region is undeniably one of breathtaking and unforgettable beauty and the Fairy Meadows (in front of Nanga Parbat Mountain) is a piece to it.


Culture Tours:

A land that is filled with its colorful people and cultures, especially a visit to Lahore reveals something of the richness of Pakistan’s cultural heritage. It was here that the great Mughal emperors of the 16th and 17th centuries, Akbar, Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb built lavish monuments of outstanding beauty. Many of these, the Badshahi Mosque, Lahore Fort, Gurdwara Dera Baba Sahib (Sikh Monument) and Jahangir’ Tomb are still standing in all their glory. Peshawar as a main gateway to India (Khyber Pass) boasts an equally flourished culture and tribal life of Pathans (Pakhtuns), the colorful bazaars of old city, Pathan tribesmen from the surrounding tribal areas used to mingle with traders from all over Central Asia, playing out scenes which somewhat reflects the same as it was in thousand years back.


Desert Tours:

The southern half of Pakistan is rarely visited in any great detail by tourists, though it also conceals many fascinating attractions. Explore the mysterious Cholistan Desert by jeep or better still by camel. One may also discover isolated desert fortresses with a ‘lost-in-time’ feel about them, abandoned cities and tombs that the outside world appears to have passed by or the tented settlements of nomadic tribes scratching a living out of this harsh environment.