The Ultimate Pakistan Tour

Travel to North and South Pakistan

Original World’s Ultimate Pakistan tour visits both North and South Pakistan, offering a comprehensive immersive experience of Pakistan.

We offer an option to join only North Pakistan:

or only the South:

Pakistan is the site of some of the earliest human settlements and home to an ancient civilization rivaling those of Egypt and Mesopotamia. It is also the crucible of three of the world’s major religions: Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism; all which have their roots in the subcontinent.

Explore the much renowned Hunza Valley enveloped in the grand Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges in North Pakistan.

The villages are incredibly isolated and built into the cliff side. Some villages are more than 1,000 years old. Enjoy friendly interaction with various ethnic peoples we encounter in several villages. Soak up the spectacular scenery of surrounding mountains.

In South Pakistan visit several UNESCO World Heritage sites in Karachi, Islamabad and Peshawar as well as the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa in the ancient Indus Valley.

See the devotional dance of dervish at the Shia Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar. The shrine is one of the most important in Pakistan, and attracts up to one million visitors annually.

Please note, due to weather conditions, the Spring tour starts in Karachi (the South) and ends in Islamabad (the North). The Fall tour starts in Islamabad and ends in Karachi. The pdfs of each season reflect the appropriate sequence.


  • Mohenjo Daro, Indus Valley
  • Harappa
  • Hunza Valley
  • Lahore
  • Pakistan Peoples Monument and Museum

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  • 1
    Karachi, Pakistan
    Day 1: Arrival in Karachi

    Most flights arrive early morning. On arrival transfer to hotel for immediate check in. Breakfast and relaxed morning. If you book a flight arriving in evening, arrive on day prior to day one.

    This afternoon meet your guide to go for lunch and then a city tour of Karachi

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    Day 2: Karachi-Hyderabad

    Visit the Chaukhandi Tombs, the Bhanbhore ruins and Makli Necropolis en-route to Hyderabad.

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    Day 3: Hyderabad-Sehwan Sharif

    Visit Rani Kot Fort, also known as The Great Wall of Sindh. Continue to Sehwan Sharif.

    This evening we attend the devotional dance of dervish at the Shia Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar.

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    Day 4: Mohenjo-daro

    Visit Mohenjo Daro, or "Mound of the Dead" (UNESCO World Heritage Site), an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city.

    Also visit Kot Diji, the forerunner of the Indus Civilization.

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    Day 5: Sukkur - Multan

    Sadhu Bela Mandir, a Hindu Temple complex on an Island near Sukkur City.

    Then visit Minaret of Masoom Shah in Old Sukkur.

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    Day 6: Harappa - Lahore

    Visit Harappa, an archaeological site, once the center of the core region of Indus Valley civilization.

    Continue to Lahore & afternoon tour.

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    Day 7: Lahore

    Full day tour: the Museum, Fort, Palaces, Shahi Hammam.

    In late afternoon drive to Pakistan – India border (Wagah) to attend the Flag ceremony, called Beating Retreat and the Change of Guard.

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    Day 8: Lahore - Islamabad

    Visit the Khewra Salt Mines (2nd largest in the world); continue to Islamabad.

    On arrival visit Faisal Mosque and enjoy dinner at Rawal Lake.

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    Day 9: Islamabad-Taxila-Peshawar

    Start with a drive to Taxila and visit world heritage archeological sites.

    Continue to Peshawar and afternoon tour.

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    Day 10: Peshawar – Chitral

    A beautiful drive to Chittral, located in a beautiful valley in the Hindukush Range of Mountains. It has always been a very important route for many invaders to Southeast Asia, including Alexander the Great, Scythians, Ghengis Khan and numerous others. Chittral is a small town with one single street bazaar.

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    Day 11: Day Excursion from Chitral to Kalash Villages

    A full day visiting colorful villages of Kalash including Birir Village-a traditional village untouched by tourism or commercialization.

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    Shandur Pass - Phander
    Day 12: Chitral - Shandur Pass - Phander

    Drive to Phander through some of the remote mountain villages over Shandur Pass (12000 feet). The grade is gradual and there are plentiful streams in summer. We stop at some villages along the way.

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    Day 13: Phander - Gilgit  

    Drive to Gilgit, the capital city of Gilgit-Baltistan. It is located in a broad valley near the confluence of the Gilgit and Hunza Rivers, serving as a hub for trekking in the Karakoram mountain range. Visit villages en-route.

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    Hunza Valley
    Day 14: : Gilgit-Karimabad (Hunza Valley)

    A 3 hour drive on a mountain road to Karimabad (not counting stops for sightseeing).

    Surrounded by snowcapped mountain peaks such as the Rakaposhi, vast glaciers such as the Ulter, and deep gorges, Karimabad is a spectacular landscape. Roses, pansies, lilies, zinnias, and cosmos grow wild in the area, as do willow, fir, and poplar trees. Snow leopards, markhors (a type of goat), ibexes, yaks, red-striped foxes, ducks, and Marco Polo sheep also inhabit the region.

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    Day 15: Karimabad

    Karimabad, also known as Baltit, is the capital of Hunza in Gilgit-Baltistan. It has been ranked as one of the five best places to visit in Pakistan.

    Today is a full day of exploring the surroundings of Karimabad village

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    Day 16: Karimabad – Gilgit

    Return to Gilgit and visit sacred rock carving at Ganesh Village, Kargha Buddha, Gilgit Bazaar and a short hike towards Kargah Nallah with magnificent views of Gilgit city and Rakaposhi.

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    Day 17: Gilgit – Skardu – Shigar Village

    Skardu, capital of Baltistan, is perched 2,438 meters above sea level with the backdrop of the great peaks of the Karakuram. Balti people are a mixture of Tibetan and Caucasian stock and speak Balti, an ancient form of Tibetan. Due to the similarity of its culture, lifestyle and architecture with Tibet, Baltistan is also known as the "Tibet-e-Khurd" (Little Tibet).

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    Day 18: Shigar Village - Shardu - Islamabad

    Drive to Chilas along Indus River. On the way stop at the juncture point of the three magnificent mountain ranges: Karakoam, Hindustan and Himalayas.

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    Day 19: Depart

    Transfer to airport

  • Trip Length

    2023: 19 Days, Begins in Karachi, ends in Islamabad

  • Dates

    April 17-May 5 & September 21- October 11, 2023

  • Land Cost

    2023: $5675 per person based on 6 people, Single Room Supplement: $1750

  • Accommodations

    4 & 5* in South, beautiful mountain resorts in Gilgit, Chilas, Karimabad, Shegar Village, Chitral; rustic/charming in Phander

  • Group Size


  • Included Meals

    Breakfast & Lunch, 1 dinner in Gilgit, 2 dinners in Islamabad

  • Duration

    20 days



Shandur Pass



Hunza Valley


Shegar Village



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