Lonely Planet, an international travel guidebook publisher, has listed Pakistan in the top 50 places for tourism.
Pakistan has long enticed visitors from all over the world, and it is ripe for a comeback. With political tensions lessening, adventure travel companies are returning to Pakistan’s lively bazaars, Mughal-built mosques, alpine valleys, and snow-dusted Himalayan Mountains. Every rupee you spend goes towards rebuilding the country after the disastrous floods of 2022.
Lahore, the capital of Punjab, is a tangled maze of Mughal-built bazaars saturated with mosques and romance.
Driving the Karakoram Highway, which connects Pakistan and China and cuts a transect across the high Himalayas.
Mountain encounters in Hunza and Skardu, high-altitude valleys provide some of the world’s most breathtaking views.
Hike through the Fairy Meadows; the route to the mountaineers’ base camp for Nanga Parbat is one of solitude and peace.
The inhabitants of Gilgit-Baltistan are noted for their kindness and hospitality. Tourists can enjoy clean air and amazing scenery, which includes high mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, and rivers.