The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is a traveller’s paradise. Every type of person can find something they like within its borders. It is ethnically and linguistically diverse—a diversity that also extends to its wildlife and geography. From the Cholistan Desert and Badshahi Mosque in Punjab to the Hunza Valley and ancient rock art at Shatial along the Karakoram Highway, Pakistan is a destination with never-ending history, culture, and natural beauty.
On our South Punjab tour, you can experience the lowering of the flag ceremony on the border between Pakistan and India, explore the city of Lahore, and take a camel safari before the option of heading off to join our North Pakistan tour. Once in North Pakistan, we will travel along the Karakoram Highway and take an excursion to the Khunjerab Pass, the border between Pakistan and China—one of the highest borders in the world!
The South Punjab and Karakoram Highway tours can be done separately, or if you want to experience both, you can book both tours!
Our South Pakistan tour gives a great introduction to the Punjab region of Pakistan
We follow this tour with a separate extension to Northern Pakistan, taking in the incredible scenery of the Karakorum highway.
Visa invitations are issued around 12 weeks prior to departure.
Our South Pakistan tour is priced at £1,245 whilst North Pakistan is £1,445. If you book both tours back to back we will provide a free transfer from Lahore to Islamabad.
Single supplement is priced at £325 per tour or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).
Deposit required to confirm your booking is £350.
Please note that although we only run tours to areas we feel we can keep our clients safe, the British FCO advises against all travel to some of the areas we will visit on this tour.
We research the security of our destinations highly and safety is a priority for us, however, we advise you to also do your own research to ensure you are comfortable taking this trip.
These travel warnings may also affect travel insurance. Please contact us for advice on this. For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, click here