Getting to Fairy Meadows campsite is no easy feat, but it’s one of the most gorgeous places you could ever spend a night.
Pakistan has many exciting opportunities for trekkers making mountain climbing one of the top things to do in Pakistan.
Baltit Fort is one of the best places to take in the views of the Hunza valley and learn more about the region’s history.
The Karakoram highway is one of the highest paved international roads in the world, linking China with Pakistan.
To get to the border you’ll have to go through the Khunjerab Pass, which goes up to a total elevation of 4,673m!
Markets can be found throughout the country, but if you’re traveling through Karachi, don’t miss Jodia Bazaar.
Lahore is the capital city of the Punjab province and has many interesting historic sights to visit.
The gardens were influenced by Persian and Islamic traditions, and are a prominent example of Mughal Gardens.
If you’re interested in learning more about Pakistan’s ancient history, then you’ll want to visit the province of Sindh.
The fort’s ramparts have been compared to the Great Wall of China, but unlike the latter, you’ll find hardly any other tourists here.
Attabad Lake hasn’t been around for long but has quickly become one of the most popular places to visit in Pakistan.