Pakistan has not received enough lights as much as it deserves! This country bordering India is an exciting mix of culture and nature awaiting exploration. Since travel in Pakistan is often less audible than India, here is our pioneering effort to offer some great destinations that may make your heart want more!
Often called KKH, the Karakoram Highway is probably the first thing that will come to mind when someone talks about Northeast Pakistan. why not? KKH, one of the greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century, with some sources that have pushed it to become the eighth wonder in the world, links Pakistan with China, stretching from Abbottabad to Jaljit-Baltistan, which leads up to Kashgar, China.
The connection between Pakistan and China lies at the Khunjerab Pass at over 15,000 feet. This magnificent road thus earned the nickname of “Friendship Highway” in China.
Immensely adored for its geographical landscape that boasts unforgiving scenic beauty, Gilgit-Baltistan is well-loved by mountaineers, trekkers, and anglers. You can’t get enough of the valleys in Gilgit-Baltistan! But one of the most highly sought after is the Hunza Valley, which some have called the Shangri-La of Pakistan.