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Pakistan Tours and Trips 2017/2018

Pakistan Tours and Trips 2017/2018

5 trips through Pakistan with 1 review

Find the right tour for you through Pakistan, Asia. We’ve got 5 tours going to Pakistan, starting from just 15 days in length, and the longest tour is 21 days. The most popular month to go is July, which has the most number of tour departures.

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ends on 27 Nov 2017

5 trips through Pakistan with 1 review

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Highlights

  • Experience the beautiful scenery of high peaks, glistening glaciers and crystal clear rivers as you bike through parts of the Old Silk Route on the Karakoram Highway.
  • Get a glimpse of big city life in the bustling metropolis of Lahore with its many museums, mosques and restaurants.
  • Take a jeep ride along the grand Indus River to the village of Khapl and enjoy captivating views of Hushe Valley.
  • Lose yourself in the busy bazaars of Rawalpindi and experience its strong colonial influence and impressive architectural history.
  • Be humbled by the beautiful Great Trango rock towers in the Baltoro Glacier region.
  • Wander through the exciting markets and taste scrumptious cuisine at the splendid city of Quetta.
  • Trek to Gasherbrum Mountain, a 8000er which offers an ideal training ground for Mt. Everest.
  • Witness the world’s most impressive border ritual at the Pakistan-India border and you may find out why it’s called ‘carefully choreographed contempt’.

Tips

  • Greet the locals by saying ‘Assalaam alaikum’ or ‘salaam’ which means ‘peace be with you’.
  • Avoid wearing shorts or sleeveless clothes when entering places of worship such as mosques and shrines. It is mandatory for women to cover their head with a scarf.
  • Use your right hand while eating, shaking hands and giving or receiving anything.
  • Avoid traveling in the month of Ramadan as most shops and restaurants will be closed until dusk.
  • Though Urdu is the national language, many people speak English so you won’t have trouble communicating with the locals.
  • Some dishes in the local cuisine may be very spicy. Your tour guide will help you understand the ingredients so you can order the right meal.
  • Summers in Pakistan can be hot with temperatures soaring to 40°C and 50°C in June and July.
  • Drink bottled water (called mineral water) as tap water can be unsafe for drinking.