Brimming with panoramic landscapes; from majestic mountains to lush valleys, from rivers to verdant woodlands and deserts, Pakistan is a tourist’s paradise with ancient monuments left over from the bygone era.

Its vibrant culture, sumptuous food, and intriguing history mesmerize all who venture here, while its magnificent landscapes, from the sun-soaked cities to the mighty mountains, deserts, coastal landscapes, and arid cities, are tourist attractions in themselves.

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Whether you want to soak up the culture on a city break, laze on the beach, delve into history by wandering through historical sites, or see some of the world’s most surreal vistas in the northern region of the country, Pakistan offers tourists a wide range of things to do.

For ideas on the best places to visit read our list of the top tourist attractions in Pakistan and book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight to book your next dazzling destination across Pakistan.

Kalash Valley
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Kalash Valley

Kalash Valley, Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Chitral is situated on the western bank of the Kunar River. Gilgit-Baltistan lies on its east and Swat Valley to its south-east.

While in the north lies China and Wakhan of Afghanistan. Afghanistan lies to its west. It has 35 small valleys, including Kalash, Shishi Koh, Mastuj, Tor Khow, and Khow are famous.

Known as the ‘palace of fairies’ it is also home to one of the giant peaks of Hindukush. Nearly all the peaks here are above 4000 feet.

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Activities: Chilam Joshi Festival

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Khanpur Dam Tour

Khanpur Dam Tour

Khanpur dam is one of the most stunning dams constructed over River Haro originating from Abbottabad. Situated near the town of Khanpur in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, it is around 48 km (25 miles) from the capital Islamabad, on Taxila Harper Road.

Khanpur dam can store up to 110,000 acre-feet of water. It is an ideal place to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, adventure, water sports, rock climbing, team rappelling, and watching migratory birds during winter.

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Khanpur Dam Tour
Khanpur Dam Tour

Activities: Sight Seeing, Water Sports

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Gilgit Baltistan
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Rakaposhi Basecamp, Nagar, Gilgit Baltistan

Rakaposhi Basecamp, Nagar, Gilgit Baltistan

Rakaposhi is the 27th highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 7,788m. It is considered to be the most spellbinding mountain to look at.

Its summit is always covered in mist and clouds for which it is known as the “Mother of Mist”. The Rakaposhi Basecamp can easily be accessed from Minapin, Nagar District of Gilgit Baltistan.

This tour also includes trekking to Diran basecamp which is also a 7266m high pyramid-shaped mountain.

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Activities: Sightseeing, Camping, Trekking

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Taxila

Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

If you have an interest in archaeology and history, Taxila is a veritable paradise for you!

Around 300BC, during the Gandhara Civilization, Buddhism flourished alongside the Indus River. Buddhist sites are spread across Pakistan but the most concentration of Buddhist sculptures and stupas can be found in and around Taxila.

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Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Activities: Site Seeing

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Kartarpur Sahib
Kartarpur Sahib
Kartarpur Sahib

Exploring Sikh Sites in Pakistan

Pakistan is home to many significant Sikh sites including the birthplace of Guru Nanak in Nankana Sahib which is located in Punjab 75km from Lahore.

Many Sikh pilgrims visit Pakistan every year to pay their respect. The most prominent holy sites include the Nankana Sahib, Kartarpur Sahib, and Punja Sahib.

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Activities: Sight Seeing

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Swat

Swat Tour

The valley of Swat is located in Pakistan’s Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.

Positioned upon the upper portions of the Swat River, Swat was once a major center of early Buddhist thought as part of the Gandhara kingdom. It is also known as Switzerland of Pakistan because of its verdant landscapes.

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Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat
Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat

Activities: Sight Seeing, winter Sports in winter

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Chitral
Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat
Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat

Swat & Chitral Tour

Swat and Chitral are part of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and are among the most beautiful tourist destinations in Pakistan. In this tour, you will experience the most iconic valleys of Kalam and Malam Jabba, breathtaking views, and magnificent river Swat.

Malam Jabba is a ski resort that attracts local and international skiers in winter. Tour includes stays in forts and castles built by the rulers of Chitral.

This tour also includes the visit to Kalash Valleys where one can find the indigenous tribe of Kalasha people unchanged for centuries. Shandur Pass is also the main attraction of this tour.

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Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Skardu

Skardu Tour

Skardu is a city in the Gilgit-Baltistan region at an altitude of 2500 meters and with Indus and Shigar Rivers in the surrounding.

It is an attractive destination for trekkers, thrill-seekers, and adventurers. It lies in the shadows of four majestic eight-thousanders.

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Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan
Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Shogran
Shogran, Kaghan Valley
Shogran, Kaghan Valley

Shogran Tour

Shogran, a beautiful hill station, is located at a height of 2,362M in Kaghan Valley in Mansehra District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is approximately 34 kilometres from Balakot via Kawai.

The valley is surrounded by thick pine trees and snow-covered peaks that give us a spectacular view.

It is open for visitors in both seasons, in summers the weather is mild and pleasant and during winters the valley is covered with heavy snow.

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Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Sharan Forrest

Sharan Forrest

Sharan Forest is a magnificent and lush forest located in KPK, Pakistan. The forest is thick with substantial vegetation. It is for the time being for the most part non-business, subsequently clean with less inundation of travelers.

The forest is adjacent to Manshi Top, which again is a rich green terrain. If you have a free spirit that craves the luxuriance of nature then this is the place for you.

Here you can explore the rich vegetation, densely overgrown thickets, mushrooms, and wild nature as well as water streams.

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Sharan Forest
Sharan Forest

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Northern Areas
Khunjrab Pass
Khunjrab Pass

Northern Areas Loop

The northern areas of Pakistan are endowed with the most captivating sights of raging rivers, magnificent valleys, highest peaks, and lakes.

This tour covers all the famous tourist destinations of the Northern Areas of Pakistan like Naran Valley, Lake Saif Ul Malook, Babusar Pass, Deosai Plains, Astore, Skardu, and Hunza.

It also covers a drive to Khunjerab Pass, passing-through Attabad Lake, Gulmit, Pasu Cones, Hussani Bridge, Khunjerab National Park, and the Pak-China border.

The famous northern loop that connects Gilgit Baltistan with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is also included in this tour covering Ghizar, Phandar Valley, and crossing Shandur Pass to enter Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and arrive in Chitral.

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Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Gwadar

Gwadar

Gwadar is considered one of the most significant cities located on the southwestern coast of the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is approximately 700 kilometers to the west of Karachi.

The city has become one of the top tourist destinations in the past few years due to its most appealing tourist spots. It is blessed with natural beauty with its pristine beaches and high mountains.

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Gwadar, Balochistan
Gwadar, Balochistan

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Multan & Bahawalpur
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Noor Mahal, Bahawalpur

Multan & Bahawalpur Tour

The city of Multan is located in the southern Punjab province of Pakistan. The name Multan is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mulasthana” which means “the Sun Temple”.

Legend has it that the city was visited by Alexander’s army. One of the oldest cities of the subcontinent, Multan was the capital of the Trigarta Kingdom.

At the time of the Mahabharata War, the city was ruled by the Katoch Dynasty. It was conquered by Muhammad Bin Qasim. Whereas, Bahawalpur was an independent state before Pakistan came into existence in 1947. In 1780, the city was built on an old site.

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Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Murree

Murree Tour

People from across Pakistan always yearn as they hear when they grow up from their friends, acquaintances, and colleagues when they visit Islamabad and share the experience of their visit to Murree as the must-see place.

Murree is a very famous hill station in Pakistan, a mountain resort town, located in the Galyat region of the Pir Panjal Range, within the Muree District of Punjab, Pakistan.

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Nathiagali, Murre

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Brimming with panoramic landscapes; from majestic mountains to lush valleys, from rivers to verdant woodlands and deserts, Pakistan is a tourist’s paradise with ancient monuments left over from the bygone era.

Its vibrant culture, sumptuous food, and intriguing history mesmerize all who venture here, while its magnificent landscapes, from the sun-soaked cities to the mighty mountains, deserts, coastal landscapes, and arid cities, are tourist attractions in themselves.

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Avail exclusive luxury trips through MyTrip

Whether you want to soak up the culture on a city break, laze on the beach, delve into history by wandering through historical sites, or see some of the world’s most surreal vistas in the northern region of the country, Pakistan offers tourists a wide range of things to do.

For ideas on the best places to visit read our list of the top tourist attractions in Pakistan and book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight to book your next dazzling destination across Pakistan. 

Kalash Valley, Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Chitral is situated on the western bank of the Kunar River. Gilgit-Baltistan lies on its east and Swat Valley to its south-east.

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Kalash Valley

While in the north lies China and Wakhan of Afghanistan. Afghanistan lies to its west. It has 35 small valleys, including Kalash, Shishi Koh, Mastuj, Tor Khow, and Khow are famous.

Known as the ‘palace of fairies’ it is also home to one of the giant peaks of Hindukush. Nearly all the peaks here are above 4000 feet.

Activities: Chilam Joshi Festival

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Khanpur Dam Tour

Khanpur dam is one of the most stunning dams constructed over River Haro originating from Abbottabad. Situated near the town of Khanpur in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, it is around 48 km (25 miles) from the capital Islamabad, on Taxila Harper Road.

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Khanpur Dam Tour

Khanpur dam can store up to 110,000 acre-feet of water. It is an ideal place to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, adventure, water sports, rock climbing, team rappelling, and watching migratory birds during winter.

Activities: Sight Seeing, Water Sports

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Rakaposhi Basecamp, Nagar, Gilgit Baltistan

Rakaposhi is the 27th highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 7,788m. It is considered to be the most spellbinding mountain to look at.

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Rakaposhi Basecamp, Nagar, Gilgit Baltistan

Its summit is always covered in mist and clouds for which it is known as the “Mother of Mist”. The Rakaposhi Basecamp can easily be accessed from Minapin, Nagar District of Gilgit Baltistan.

This tour also includes trekking to Diran basecamp which is also a 7266m high pyramid-shaped mountain.

Activities: Sightseeing, Camping, Trekking

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

If you have an interest in archaeology and history, Taxila is a veritable paradise for you!

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Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Around 300BC, during the Gandhara Civilization, Buddhism flourished alongside the Indus River. Buddhist sites are spread across Pakistan but the most concentration of Buddhist sculptures and stupas can be found in and around Taxila.

Activities: Site Seeing

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Exploring Sikh Sites in Pakistan

Pakistan is home to many significant Sikh sites including the birthplace of Guru Nanak in Nankana Sahib which is located in Punjab 75km from Lahore.

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Kartarpur Sahib

Many Sikh pilgrims visit Pakistan every year to pay their respect. The most prominent holy sites include the Nankana Sahib, Kartarpur Sahib, and Punja Sahib.

Activities: Sight Seeing

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Swat Tour

The valley of Swat is located in Pakistan’s Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty.

Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat
Mahodand Lake, Usho Valley, Swat

Positioned upon the upper portions of the Swat River, Swat was once a major center of early Buddhist thought as part of the Gandhara kingdom. It is also known as Switzerland of Pakistan because of its verdant landscapes.

Activities: Sight Seeing, winter Sports in winter

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Swat & Chitral Tour

Swat and Chitral are part of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and are among the most beautiful tourist destinations in Pakistan. In this tour, you will experience the most iconic valleys of Kalam and Malam Jabba, breathtaking views, and magnificent river Swat.

Malam Jabba, Swat Image source: Global Village Space
Malam Jabba, Swat
Image source: Global Village Space

Malam Jabba is a ski resort that attracts local and international skiers in winter. Tour includes stays in forts and castles built by the rulers of Chitral.

This tour also includes the visit to Kalash Valleys where one can find the indigenous tribe of Kalasha people unchanged for centuries. Shandur Pass is also the main attraction of this tour.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Skardu Tour

Skardu is a city in the Gilgit-Baltistan region at an altitude of 2500 meters and with Indus and Shigar Rivers in the surrounding.

Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan
Skardu, Gilgit Baltistan

It is an attractive destination for trekkers, thrill-seekers, and adventurers. It lies in the shadows of four majestic eight-thousanders.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Shogran Tour

Shogran, a beautiful hill station, is located at a height of 2,362M in Kaghan Valley in Mansehra District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. It is approximately 34 kilometres from Balakot via Kawai.

The valley is surrounded by thick pine trees and snow-covered peaks that give us a spectacular view.

Shogran, Kaghan Valley
Shogran, Kaghan Valley

It is open for visitors in both seasons, in summers the weather is mild and pleasant and during winters the valley is covered with heavy snow.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Sharan Forrest

Sharan Forest is a magnificent and lush forest located in KPK, Pakistan. The forest is thick with substantial vegetation. It is for the time being for the most part non-business, subsequently clean with less inundation of travelers.

The forest is adjacent to Manshi Top, which again is a rich green terrain. If you have a free spirit that craves the luxuriance of nature then this is the place for you.

Sharan Forest
Sharan Forest

Here you can explore the rich vegetation, densely overgrown thickets, mushrooms, and wild nature as well as water streams.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Northern Areas Loop

The northern areas of Pakistan are endowed with the most captivating sights of raging rivers, magnificent valleys, highest peaks, and lakes.

This tour covers all the famous tourist destinations of the Northern Areas of Pakistan like Naran Valley, Lake Saif Ul Malook, Babusar Pass, Deosai Plains, Astore, Skardu, and Hunza.

Babusar Top
Babusar Top

It also covers a drive to Khunjerab Pass, passing-through Attabad Lake, Gulmit, Pasu Cones, Hussani Bridge, Khunjerab National Park, and the Pak-China border.

The famous northern loop that connects Gilgit Baltistan with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is also included in this tour covering Ghizar, Phandar Valley, and crossing Shandur Pass to enter Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and arrive in Chitral.

Khunjrab Pass
Khunjrab Pass

Here you will experience the exquisite landscapes, breath-taking views of Trich Mir Mountain, forts, and castles built by the ancient rulers of Chitral as well as indigenous tribes of the Kalasha people.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Gwadar

Gwadar is considered one of the most significant cities located on the southwestern coast of the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is approximately 700 kilometers to the west of Karachi.

Gwadar, Balochistan
Gwadar, Balochistan

The city has become one of the top tourist destinations in the past few years due to its most appealing tourist spots. It is blessed with natural beauty with its pristine beaches and high mountains.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Multan & Bahawalpur Tour

The city of Multan is located in the southern Punjab province of Pakistan. The name Multan is derived from the Sanskrit word “Mulasthana” which means “the Sun Temple”.

Multan, Southern Punjab
Multan, Southern Punjab

Legend has it that the city was visited by Alexander’s army. One of the oldest cities of the subcontinent, Multan was the capital of the Trigarta Kingdom.

At the time of the Mahabharata War, the city was ruled by the Katoch Dynasty. It was conquered by Muhammad Bin Qasim.

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Noor Mahal, Bahawalpur

Whereas, Bahawalpur was an independent state before Pakistan came into existence in 1947. In 1780, the city was built on an old site.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Murree Tour

People from across Pakistan always yearn as they hear when they grow up from their friends, acquaintances, and colleagues when they visit Islamabad and share the experience of their visit to Murree as the must-see place.

Diplomatic Lounge
Nathiagali, Murre

Murree is a very famous hill station in Pakistan, a mountain resort town, located in the Galyat region of the Pir Panjal Range, within the Muree District of Punjab, Pakistan.

Book your next TRIP with My Trip in collaboration with The Diplomatic Insight here.

Avail exclusive luxury trips through MyTrip
Avail exclusive luxury trips through MyTrip