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Search Cheap Flights to Pakistan

Situated in South Asia, Pakistan is a fascinating destination, especially for those who are fond of nature and history. The country has a diverse landscape and offers visitors - forests, deserts, mountains, plateaus, and a 1,000 km plus coastline. Pakistan is home to K2, the world’s second highest mountain, and Paleolithic Aror, rock formation which can be traced back to Stone Age. Other natural attractions include Trango Towers, Ansoo Lake, Attabad Lake, Shah Allah Ditta Caves Deosai Plains, Baltoro Glacier, and Thar Desert. The region was ruled by several powerful kingdoms including Macedonian Empire, Mauryan Empire, Indo-Greek Kingdom, Arab Caliphate, Delhi Sultanate, Mughal Empire, and the British Empire. There are plenty of attractions to explore for history enthusiasts. These include - Balahisar Fort, Mohenjo Daro archaeological site, Rohtas Fort, Kathas Raj Temple, Sharda University Ruins, and many more.

Popular Destinations in Pakistan

Karachi

Capital of Sindh Province, Karachi is the largest and most populous city in Pakistan. Located on the Arabia Sea, Karachi serves as the main seaport and financial center of the country. Paradise Point, Clifton, Hawke’s Bay, Ras Muari, and French are the popular beaches here. Karachi is home to several major cultural institutions, art galleries, and museums, such as National Academy of Performing Arts, Museum of Pakistan, PAF Museum, Pakistan Maritime Museum, Clifton Art Gallery, and National Arts Council. The cosmopolitan city is also known as the 'City of Lights' due to its lively nightlife. Former capital of Pakistan, Karachi is a historic city where visitors can explore numerous landmarks, memorials, and monuments such as Chaukhandi tombs, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Quaid-e-Azam House, Masjid e Tooba, Teen Talwar, Frere Hall, Jinnah Mausoleum, and Mohatta Palace. Nature lovers here can visit Hub Dam Wildlife Sanctuary, Baba and Bhit Islands, Kirthar National Park, and Hilal Park.

Islamabad

Capital of Pakistan, Islamabad lies in the Pothohar Plateau in the northeastern part of the country, between Rawalpindi District and the Margalla Hills National Park. Designed by Greek architect, Constantinos Doxiadis in the 1960s, Islamabad is the first planned city in the country. The culturally diverse city has remnants from former ancient civilizations ranging from the 10th Century to the modern era. Visitors here can explore the historic Saidpur Village nearby. Today, Islamabad is among the most beautiful cities in Pakistan and home to modern buildings, which have elements of Islamic architecture. Wealth of tourist attractions and abundant greenery in the city attracts visitors from all around the world. Some of the major tourist attractions in Islamabad include Faisal Mosque, Pakistan Monument, Lok Virsa Museum, Islamabad Zoo, Rawat Fort, Rawal lake, Pakistan Museum of National History, and more.

Lahore

Among Pakistan’s wealthiest cities, Lahore is the capital of the Punjab Province. The second largest and most populous city in Punjab, Lahore is located in the northeastern part of the state and borders India. The city is a major cultural hub of the region and also serves as one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the country. The historic city has been controlled by several powerful empires such as the Ghaznavids, Ghurids, Delhi Sultanate, and the Mughal Empire. Lahore flourished under the Mughals and is lined with architectural marvels spanning centuries, such as Sheesh Mahal, Badshahi Mosque, Chauburji, Lahore Fort, Wazir Khan Mosque, Delhi Gate, Shalimar Gardens, and Hiran Minar. Visitors here will come across several landmarks, museums, art galleries, and green spaces. Popular attractions here include Lahore Museum, Unicorn Gallery, Shahi Hammam, Minar-e-Pakistan, Iqbal Park, Data Darba, Grand Jamia Mosque, Mochi Gate, Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park, and many more.

Best Time to Visit Pakistan

One can visit Pakistan anytime in a year. The best time to visit depends on where the tourist wishes to travel. Weather-wise, May to October is considered as the best time to take Pakistan flights. It is an excellent time to explore the northern reaches of Pakistan, where there are beautiful peaks and stunning valleys. It is advised to book tickets in advance to enjoy cheap flights to Pakistan.

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