Pakistan welcomes you with abundant natural and architectural splendors, vibrant history, and delicious cuisine. Delight in the beautiful scenic views of the Karakoram Range and the exotic Himalayas that consist of the Pir Panjal Range, the Zanskar Range and the Ladakh Range which make up the Western Himalayan system. Experience mesmerizing Pakistan tourism as you travel around to see Gilgit, Baltistan Region, The Khunjerab Pass, beautiful mountain valleys, rugged terrains, several deserts, glaciers and more. Come, discover archaeology at its best in the historical ruins of Mohenjo-Daro dating back to 2500 BC. Our guide makes your journey to Pakistan worthwhile.
Useful Info About Pakistan
Official Name: Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Form of Government: Federal parliamentary constitutional republic
Capital & Largest City: Karachi
Official Language: English, Urdu
Languages Spoken: Punjabi, Pashto, Sindhi, Balochi, Hindko
Ethnicity: Punjabi 44.7%, Pashtun 15.4%, Sindhi 14.1%, Saraiki 8.4%, Muhajir 7.6%, Baloch 3.6%, Others 6.3%
Currency: Pakistani rupee
Area: 881,913 sq.km.
Lowest Point: Arabian Sea (0m)
Highest Point: K2 (8,611m)
Coastline: 1146 km
Afghanistan 2430 km
China 595 km
India 3323 km
Iran 959 km
Famous For: Second Largest Salt Mines | Breathtaking Natural Beauty | National Anthem | World's Largest Ambulance Network | Largest Earth-Filled Dam | Changa Manga | Asia's Largest Bird Sanctuary | Haleji Lake
National Symbols: Memorial Tower | Minar-e- Pakistan | State Emblem | National Motto | Other National and Religious Leaders
Time Zone: Pakistan Standard Time (GMT +5)
Driving Side: Left
Airports in Pakistan: Jinnah International Airport | Islamabad International Airport | Allama Iqbal International Airport | Bacha Khan International Airport | Multan International Airport | Sialkot International Airport | Faisalabad International Airport | Quetta International Airport | Sukkur Airport | Sheik Zayed International Airport | Skardu International Airport | Mohenjo-Daro Airport | Zhob Airport | Dalbandin Airport
Connectivity in Pakistan is average. The cities may have a decent 4G coverage, however, in the rural north, there are areas with no coverage at all. Zong and Telenor are mobile operators for SIM cards that you can buy at customer service centers. You could also try to buy a SCOM SIM card at various hubs in Gilgit, Aliabad, and Karimabad. You will have to provide your identity with a passport, and it takes 4 to 12 hours for your card to activate. Free Wi-Fi services available at upscale hotels. It is a good idea to buy a large mobile data pack and use your mobile phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot or buy a power bank.