Pakistan Travel Guide

A trip through Pakistan is a face to face encounter with a fascinating land that has withstood countless invasions and preserved the essence of its conquerors in the form of present day monuments and archaeological heritage. ..Read More »

Reviews on Pakistan Travel Guide

 
Good food in very bad environment . Worst space for sitting even lauzy staff. Really depresing.
2.0/5
Al rizvi, Karachi on Khan Snaks & Broast 11/12/2018
 
 
I want a room for one night in hafiabad please contact me
3.0/5
Waqas awan, Mandibhauddin on Hafiz Hotel 11/6/2018
 
 
How many charges of room for One day of 2 persons plz tell me
2.0/5
Shani, Karachi on Paradise Hotel 10/30/2018
 
 
For 3 hours rome available for couple.....???reply me fast plz
3.0/5
ahmed, sargodha on Mughal Hotel 10/26/2018
 
 
Good taste and great envoirment
5.0/5
MuhammadbRehman, Yazman on Almaida Restaurant Bahawalpur 10/23/2018
 

A trip through Pakistan is a face to face encounter with a fascinating land that has withstood countless invasions and preserved the essence of its conquerors in the form of present day monuments and archaeological heritage.

See for yourself the excavated sites at Mohenjodaro and Taxila - seats of the ancient Indus Valley and Gandhara civilizations; the architectural monuments of the Moghuls; the Khyber Pass - the historic inlet to South Asia - or the ancient unchanging traditions of the Kafir Kalash of the Chitral Valley.

For those with an intrinsic love of mountains, Pakistan offers the unique pleasure of its northern mountain ranges, the Himalayas, the Hindukush and the Karakorams - a mountain wonderland unrivalled in the entire world with such formidable peaks as the K-2, the Nanga Parbat, the Rakaposhi, and the Trichmir. These ranges present an awesome challenge for those looking for trekking, mountaineering, angling, or jeep safaris. The resorts in these remote valleys make for an ideal summer get-away.