Beginning in the splendid coastal city of Karachi and concluding in capital city, Islamabad, our road trip gives you 18 days to encounter the top attractions that Pakistan has on offer as well as getting off the typical tourist route.
You’ll have the chance to camp in the wilderness of the desert, ride a camel, sail in the Arabian Sea, snorkel with exotic marine life, walk amongst salt mines, clamber through ancient Buddhist caves, trek the foothills that form the basis of the Himalayas and witness a ceremony at the Pakistan-India border.
You’ll explore mosques, museums and monuments in five cities drenched in culture and history. What’s more, you’ll get to eat all the delicious food Pakistan has to offer across it’s varied regions!
As the tour continues we move from the big cities and plunge straight into centuries-old forts, glacier-carved valleys, sweeping mountain ranges and cozy alpine towns of Pakistan - home to some of the most diverse cultures on the planet, not just within South Asia.
Cruising along the highest land border crossing in the world, you’ll clamber up to alpine lakes to see water in colours you didn’t think were possible. Your expert Tour Manager will take you to the most compelling viewpoints to ensure you don’t miss a single mountain peak. You’ll experience winter and summer on the same day. You’ll hear languages spoken you didn’t even know existed.
The tour includes optional extras such as boating on the world’s bluest lake and the bucket-list dream of trekking across a frozen glacier.
Perfect for history buffs and outdoor adventurers alike who want to surround themselves with nature whilst delving into Pakistan’s rich culture and escaping well-trodden roads.