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Pakistan Tours and Trips 2018/2019

Pakistan Tours and Trips 2018/2019

Find the right tour for you through Pakistan, Asia. We’ve got 10 tours going to Pakistan, starting from just 8 days in length, and the longest tour is 21 days. The most popular month to go is August, which has the most number of tour departures.

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  • 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.