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Pakistan is truly one of the region’s hidden jewels, combining stunning natural beauty with a rich culture and history. The few travellers who visit it each year are treated to gorgeous landmarks and architecture in Islamabad, trekking along the Batura Glaciers and Concordia mountains, and bicycle tours of the ancient Silk Road. No matter your adventure of choice, Pakistan has something for everyone.

5 Trips in Pakistan with 12 Reviews

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Concordia & K2

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This is a hard but doable walk that rewards you with enough views for a life time.The fitter you
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Trekking & Adventure +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Camping
  • Transport Flight & Jeep
  • Age Range18+ years old
days21 From US$ 5,779
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  • Jul 24 Only 8 seats left
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Patundass/shishper base camp trek

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13 day trekking trip through Islamabad, Chilas, Passu and 3 other destinations in Pakistan. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Hunza Explorers
  • Activities Trekking
  • Accommodation Tent, Guest House & Camping
  • Age Range5+ years old
days13 From US$ 1,265 View Tour
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  • May 18
  • May 19
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Hunza Pakistan Tour

of 4 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
I never thought of visiting Pakistan until one day I came across a YouTube vlog series about the Hun ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Crossroads Adventure Active 13 hours ago
  • Activities Sightseeing Tours & Natural landmarks sightseeing +2 more
  • Accommodation Eco Lodge, Hotel, Hut, Lodge, Resort & Sleeping Hut
  • Transport 4WD Jeep & Flight
  • Age Range3+ years old
days10 From US$ 1,980 View Tour
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  • May 21
  • May 22
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Paradise of Pakistan: Gilgit Baltistan tour

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11 day sightseeing trip through Islamabad, Karimabad, Attabad Lake and 8 other destinations in Pakistan. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Crossroads Adventure Active 13 hours ago
  • Activities Sightseeing Tours
  • Accommodation Eco Lodge, Hotel, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport Flight & Jeep
  • Age Range4+ years old
days11 From US$ 2,500 View Tour
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  • May 18
  • May 19
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Hunza Valley Sightseeing Tour

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8 day cultural, religious and historic sites trip through Islamabad, Chilas, Ghulkin and 3 other destinations in Pakistan. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Operator Hunza Explorers
  • Activities Cultural, religious and historic sites & Sightseeing Tours +1 more
  • Accommodation Guest House & Hotel
  • Transport Coach
  • Age Range18+ years old
days08 From US$ 920 View Tour
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  • May 18
  • May 19
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5 - Excellent
Based on 12 customer reviews
Fabulous Hunza tour!
5 - Excellent
  • Andy Nguyen
“I never thought of visiting Pakistan until one day I came across a YouTube vlog series about the Hunza and Gilgit Baltistan region and I was instantly mesmerized by its beauty, landscapes and nature. After travel plans were delayed in 2020, I made it a top priority to come to Pakistan in 2021. Through social media, I found the company Cross Roads Adventure and met Sultan, the owner and he became my tour guide combo driver for my solo trip in Hunza Pakistan. Sultan was very friendly, kind, understanding, honest and made sure that all his guests have the best experience possible in Pakistan. After almost 6 months of logistics planning for the trip, organizing visa, flight, hotel, other documents, I finally met Sultan in Hunza to start my tour. The visa process for Pakistan is quite complicated and you will need many documents which are all provided by Sultan - to submit to the Pakistani embassy in your country. This process may take a few weeks so dont delay.I had a 7 day tour which included highlights of treks to various viewpoints with beautiful scenery, trying local Hunza cuisine, meeting Sultans family (his baby is very cute!) and meeting and enjoying a delicious biryani meal with his family,, visiting the Attabad Lake area, driving on Karakoram Highway, visiting historical forts in Hunza, day trip to the Khunjerab pass/Pak-China border with Sultans brother, multiple suspension bridges, glaciers, walnut cake and many laughs, insightful conversations, and friendships made along the journey. During my tour, I stayed at Hunza Darbar Hotel, Gilgit Serena, and Luxus Hunza. Luxus was my favorite and I give a strong recommendation! For food, we tried many local restaurants throughout Hunza - some area specialties include chap surf - a meat sandwich for the Gilgit Baltistan region and Hunza samosas by the glacier. Sultan was a great guide , driver, planner ,and organizer who helped organize daily activities, book flight and drivers , reserve my hotels, change the plans for me if necessary. Sultan also drove me most of the week and helped me learn how to trek for the first time in Pakistan. The Hunza area has tremendous potential for tourism market growth in the near future. I strongly believe that in the years to come, there is a very bright future for Sultan and his company Crossroads Adventure as the world continues to open post-pandemic. I wish Sultan, his family, his company, and the whole people of GB/Hunza/Pakistan a successful outlook as the whole country continue to welcome more and more foreign tourists with each and every passing-year. I will definitely be back to Hunza in the future and I cant wait to see all of the new changes, growth and development. I enthusiastically recommend Sultan and Cross Roads AdventureOverall Rating: 10/10 From:Andy NNew York, NY, USA”
Winter in Hunza Valley in Covid-time
5 - Excellent
  • Ruth Sari
“A little closer to the clouds - that's GhulkinIn the middle of the Karakoram, above the highway: a place in the sun, even if a bit cold in winterThree weeks of living in the village with a family are three weeks of fascination with the landscape, the people, their friendliness and respect for othersand three weeks of fun and joy, especially with the children.There is Rafia and Aliza, the two girls in the family. At 12 years, Rafia is the older, more serious, responsible one. She takes care of me and protects me wherever she can. I often feel like a little sister and nod at her instructions.Aliza is different. She is the opposite, always fun, laughing, aware of being a pretty girl, with her chic dresses and skirts. And she is brave, ambitious, persistent and always mischievous. She will become a teacher one day. I believe her every word, convinced that she will go far.A day in January begins quite unspectacularly. Everyone in the family has their job: Rafia helps prepare breakfast, Aliza tidies up the blankets, Ali the eldest has to get up early and walk 5km to school, while Nadir is only seven and a boy, so he can still be a child.I am here to capture life and the landscape in film and photos. That means I don't have a big goal. I let everything come my way and we'll see. At the end of the three weeks I gained many new friends, new experiences and a lot of respect for the people in the Hunza Valley, the people in the mountains of the Karakoram, who despite the harsh conditions are open to everything new, who receive foreigners like me with respect and a lot of warmth ,shaking my hands to say thank you for sharing life with them, even if only for a short time.I have a lot of pictures, more films, and some stories.”
Concordia & K2
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“This truly was a trip of a lifetime. Having travelled to Everest Base Camp and Kilimanjaro (with the tour operator) we thought we had a pretty good idea of what to expect on this trip. We were so wrong! This was so much tougher and in many different ways. Firstly, whilst there's an itinerary, it quickly became apparent that there's a lot that's outside the control of the operator and the on-the-ground operator. We were held up in Islamabad for longer than expected (due to leave on Saturday, left on Wednesday). Our flight to Skardu was cancelled as a result of bad weather and with just one flight a day, it wasn't possible to get re-booked until Wednesday. Once in Skardu, although visa and permits have been granted, there's still a step to complete on the ground and it can't be started until you arrive in Skardu. Here you're at the very of the Authorities and 'it takes as long as it takes'. We weren't granted permission to enter the national park until around 9pm on the day we arrived in Skardu. Sara, our tour guide, kept us informed at every step and went over and beyond, using the local operator and 'connections' to try to get us back on track. She discussed the options with us and as a group, we decided on a plan to try to keep the overall tour intact. This meant combining 2 days of itinerary into 1, twice! The terrain is hard and unpredictable, this is where Sara and the local team were invaluable in their knowledge and expertise. We really were in their hands, finding safe passage and negotiating an ever-changing landscape. This made it feel really natural and exciting. It was one of the most breathtaking places on earth, with a real sense of pure and raw beauty. We worked hard to get to Concordia and even harder to get K2 base camp. The team were unbelievably amazing, we simply could not have completed this trek without their encouragement, support, humour and importantly expertise. This isn't a well trodden path and you need to know the environment. It was obvious from day 1, Sara had an incredible relationship with the local team, she knew the country and local environment well. She had a wonderful nature and approach to the people, the country and the environment, all of which she shared so generously, with true enthusiasm and passion. She's such a modest person, someone that would shy away from the attention or thanks, instead passing it on to others. However, she was at the centre of everyday, every step and for that we are very grateful. An incredible trip and one we'd highly recommend.”

Pakistan - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

From a nature perspective, Pakistan looks like the spoiled brat of the subcontinent – blessed with scintillating natural beauty and a beautiful culture, but always troubled by its conflicts with India, political instability and terrorism. This is why the country is only visited by the most hardened travelers, a few lucky ones who actually get to see it for all its beauty.

Some of the best attractions in Pakistan make you look back into its rich and beautiful history towards ancient civilizations and jaw-dropping architectural feats. A few places you must see while in the country include the Shah Faisal Masjid, the most beautiful mosque in the country, the Lahore Fort and the ancient ruins of Mohenjo-daro and Taxila, both famous as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. If you’re incredibly lucky, you might also get to see the Khyber Pass, a pass that connects Pakistan to Afghanistan, famous for its astonishing beauty.

Tour Highlights

  • Go to Lahore to see grand architecture in Old Lahore and enjoy great shopping in New Lahore.
  • Don’t miss to visit the grand Lahore Fort, stunning Badshahi Mosque and majestic Shalimar Gardens in Lahore, the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab.
  • Take a tour of Karachi and appreciate its British colonial and Indian architecture. Above all, visit the Mazar-a-Quaid tomb, the Mohata Palace and enjoy the sunset on Clifton Beach.
  • See the impressive Shah Faisal Mosque in Islamabad, a blend of traditional and modern architecture.
  • Visit the Khewra Salt Mines, the 2nd largest in the world. There, take a look at small-scale versions of the Great Wall of China, the Minar-e-Pakistan (Lahore) and some other landmarks.
  • Explore Lake Saif ul Malook, a tourist resort surrounded by mountains, which boasts great natural beauty.
  • Discover scenic Concordia, a heaven for mountaineers, on a hike. You will lay eyes on K-2, the world’s 2nd highest mountain there.

Travel Tips

  • Lake Saif ul Malook features wide differences between day-time (moderate) and night-time (under 0°C) temperatures, so prepare accordingly.
  • Refrain to eat in public during the month of Ramadan when most people fast.
  • Practice caution when you are around public gatherings.
  • Gunfire is a common way of celebrating major holidays and sport successes in Pakistan, so don’t be troubled, just be careful.
  • Always have cash with you since you may experience difficulties with credit card payments. ATMs are available in major cities.
  • English is spoken in Pakistan at varying levels of fluency.
  • Stick with bottled water for drinking since tap water may be unsafe.
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