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Did you know Pakistan boasts one of the world’s largest man-made forest? The Changa Manga forest, planted in the late 19th century, covers an area of approximately 12,000 acres, making it an ecological marvel. Initially established to combat deforestation, this lush expanse now serves as a haven for diverse flora and fauna, showcasing Pakistan’s commitment to environmental conservation and sustainability.

About Pakistan

Pakistan borders Afghanistan, Iran, China and India and, with an area of around 880,000 km², is more than twice the size of Germany without being much less populated. The country’s capital, with around 3.4 million inhabitants, is Islamabad. The largest metropolis, on the other hand is Karachi, a port city on the south coast of the country. The country has a diversified scenery, people, culture and heritage. From the Arabian seashore in the south; fertile, flat, alluvial plain with five major rivers dominating the upper region; the sandy desert in the center to kissing the sky mountain ranges in the north – Pakistan is truly a country of astonishing beauty.

Pakistan is rich in its tourist destinations offering a diverse range of choices for different types of tourists. The country is home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world, has innumerable locations of scenic beauty, the world’s highest mountains, many religious and historic places, unique arts and crafts as well as a rich culture and heritage.

The country is a kaleidoscope of some of the most diverse natural beauty in the world; it’s a cradle of ancient civilizations and a ‘melting pot’ of religions and cultures. The World Economic Forum placed Pakistan among the top 25 per cent of global destinations for its UNESCO ‘World Heritage Sites.’
From the stretches of great mountain ranges in the north, to the vast alluvial delta of the Indus River in the south, Pakistan remains a land blessed with nature’s beauty and majestic mountains. With shining deserts and some of the world’s highest peaks, the country has myriad attractions for sightseers, skiers, trekkers and mountaineers. For those interested in white water rafting, trout fishing, jeep, camel and yak safaris and out-of-this-world flora and fauna, Pakistan is the place to be.

It’s a land that holds a reservoir of knowledge for archaeologists, historians, artists, teachers and anthropologists, and it contains deep religious heritage for pilgrims of various faiths and beliefs.

Gilgit Baltistan

Perhaps the most spectacular region of Pakistan in terms of its geographical and scenic beauty. Located in the most northern part of the country, this area is especially suitable for trekking and expeditions and often referred to as “Little Tibet”. There is an infinte number of hiking trails that offer challenging trekking and exciting mountain tours. A journey on the legendary Karakorum Highway, successor to the Silk Road between China and India, is a fantastic experience. Baltistan has five known valleys famous for their extravagant beauty and magnificence. These are Shigar, Skardu, Khaplu, Rondu, and Basho.


The capital of the Baltistan area is the starting point for some of the best trekking and mountaineering in the world. Natives here are called ‘Baltis’ and live in multi-storey antique houses made of stone and wood. Clustered round the houses are apricot, peach, mulberry and apple trees festooned with grape vines. The famous lake of Baltistan, “Satpara” is 8 kms north of Skardu town. Satpara Lake is surrounded by sky-high glacial mountains mirrored in its crystal clear water. And the second beautiful lake “Upper Kachura” is 36 kms from Skardu town.


The renowned Hunza Valley is often referred to as heaven on earth. This place is known for its natural beauty and longevity of its people, truly a spectacular retreat. Home to the Old Silk Road and unrivalled mountain scenery, this area is a nature enthusiast’s delight, with UNESCO Heritage Sites nestled amongst glacial lakes.


Also known as the Switzerland of Pakistan. The river Swat is a clear water river springing from the Ushu mountain range and flowing the length and breadth of the valley of Swat. This place shines with fruit-laden orchards, tumbling streams and flower filled slopes surrounded by Hindukush Peaks. This resplendent valley hosted Ghandara Buddhism and the popular Lake Mahodand, Ushu stream, Kalam, Madyan-Bahrain and Malam Jabba Resorts beckon all.


An area gifted with wondrous, steep mountains, lush green valleys, beautiful meadows and mammoth glaciers. The picturesque valley of Chitral is dominated by the three peaks of the Tirich Mir, which according to local beliefs are the seat of the gods. The area also has a special linguistic role, as it lies at a crossroads of history, connected to the East-West axis and North-South axis of the Silk Road. It is considered to be one of the places where most of the local languages have been and are spoken in such a narrow space.

The Kaghan Valley

Home to expansive pine forests, alpine meadows, numerous crystal clear lakes and cool mountain streams. Considered one of the most beautiful valleys of the country, Kaghan Valley in northern Pakistan is almost 160 km long, rising from its lowest elevation of 650 m to its highest point at the Babusar Pass around 4,170 m.


The capital of Pakistan and a proud testimony to modern architecture settled within an alluring mountain backdrop. The city hosts a number of attractions and sights that no visitor should miss. In addition to various parks and green spaces as well as different museums and atmospheric markets, Islamabad is particulary known for the Faisal Mosque in the north-west of the metropolis. Due to its extraordinary architecture, it is considered one of the landmarks of the city and is also the largest mosque in South Asia as well as the fourth largest in the world.


The city may not be Pakistan’s capital, but it wins hands down as its cultural, intellectual and artistic hub. If history and architecture are your passion then Lahore is your place. Located in the northeast of the country, Lahore is the second largest city in Pakistan with around 7 million inhabitants. Appropriate for its size, Lahore has a few must-see attraction for its visitors. The most pooular sights include the Badshahi Mosque, the Lahore Central Museum and the Minar-e-Pakistan, a 60-meter high minaret that is considered the simbol of Pakistan and is located in the idyllic Iqbal Park. The Fort Lahore, which is located in the northwestern part of the old town and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, is also particularly impressive.


The country’s largest city, principal seaport and a major commercial and industrial centre. There are some interesting museums in the city, the most famous of which is the Pakistan National Museum. On the other hand, if you want to unwind a bit, you can do so in one of the city’s numerous parks. One of the tourist highlights is certainly the Mazar-e-Quaid, a mausoleum and thus the last memorial for the founder of Pakistan and his sister. The imposing tomb was completed in the 1960s. Almost as popular is the Masjid-e-Tooba Mosque. Even for non-Muslims, the sight of the huge dome and the associated area is a very special experience.

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