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With many adventures on offer, Pakistan is quickly becoming a spot adored by many. Many explore the boasting architectural masterpieces, breathtaking views and trekking paths. We’re going to give you a tour of Pakistan, virtually! To share some of the most loved places in for both visitors and locals. 

Karakoram Highway

he Karakoram Highway is a 1,300-kilometre national highway which extends from Hasan Abdal in the Punjab province of Pakistan to the Khunjerab Pass in Gilgit-Baltistan, where it crosses into China and becomes China National Highway

 

If you’re up for a road trip, here’s your place. The trip is around 805 miles and goes from Abbottabad to the Chinese border. It offers the most amazing views of the Himalayan mountains. Every corner you turn is an opportunity for more beautiful views. This road trip can be booked in a private jeep or on a local bus. 

Islamabad

View of Islamabad capital of Pakistan and Margalla hills.

 

Although this is a modern city in Pakistan, nature is never far, hills and greenery surround the city. There are many different opportunities for visitors in Islamabad to explore the local culture. Another mosque believed to be one of the cities most beautiful attractions is Faisal Mosque, which is located at the bottom Margalla Hills. 

Fairy Meadows of Nanga Parbat

The trek that goes from the Fairy Meadows to Nanga Parbat Base Camp in Himalayan Pakistan is one of the countries most popular. Nanga Parbat is one of the highest mountains in Pakistan, and this trek gives visitors unblocked views. 

Taken in Fairy Meadows in October

Visitors considering the trek should expect forests, glaciers and views of some of the highest mountains across the globe. 

Badshahi Mosque

With countless beautiful Mosque’s, this is up there with one of the most popular by visitors. It’s even previously had visits from members of the British royal family including Lady Diana and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in more recent years. 

View across fountains in courtyard toward domes of Badshahi Mosque in Lahore Pakistan

Built in 1673, the mosque held the crown for the worlds largest Mosque for 300 years until the Faisal Mosque was complete. The main building is red and hosts amazing details while the minarets and domes are made from white marble.

Hunza Valley

If you’re looking for a pocket of peace in Pakistan, this is it. With mountains that tower up high, the Hunza Valleys surrounded by beautiful orchards and streams. The local people are known to be hospitable to visitors, and the surrounding areas brag guesthouses where visitors to the area tend to stay.  

view of the Pakistani Karakorum mountains, K2 and Nanga Parbat. Clouds partly hide mountains, valleys and glaciers.

While some enjoy hikes to take in the views, others enjoy the view from guest houses nearby. Many forts that surround the valley date back to medieval times; the views experienced here are breathtaking. There’s plenty to enjoy including fresh local produce from the orchard and pastures.  

Lahore Fort

Lahore is home to a historic fort that’s been rebuilt on several occasions over the years. The forts located at the northern end of the city and spread over 10,000 square metres. Those who experience visiting the fort often describe it as walking through the past of Pakistan. Lahore fort is home to over 21 monuments, the oldest dating back to Emperor Akbar. 

The Lahore Fort, locally referred to as Shahi Qila is citadel of the city of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.It is located in the northwestern corner of the Walled City of Lahore. The trapezoidal composition is spread over 20 hectares.

 

The fort features a large picture wall that originates from the Jahangir days as well as the famous images of the Mariyam Zamani Begum Mosque. In 1981 the fort was named a UNESCO world heritage site and has since remained a treasure to Mughal, Indo-Islamic and colonial architectural styles.

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