Upper Hunza

The Kingdom Of Himalaya


The Kingdom of Himalaya is a region of Northern Pakistan known for its ethnic diversity, natural beauty, and cultural densities. The most popular sites include the Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Tomb of Jahangir, Noor Jahan Tomb, and the Lahore Museum.

  • Trip Code Start and Finish
    • DP-CHT-01
  • Altitude Best time
    • 221m / 725ft
  • Activity Level Activity
    • Easy
  • Duration Meals
    • 14 days
    All Meals
  • Group Size Guide
    • 8-12 pax
    Local Guides
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The Kingdom Of Himalaya

The Kingdom of Himalaya is a region of Northern Pakistan known for its ethnic diversity, natural beauty, and cultural densities. The most popular sites include the Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Tomb of Jahangir, Noor Jahan Tomb, and the Lahore Museum.

The Lahore Fort is an impressive Mughal-era structure built in the early 16th century, and the Mausoleum of Emperor Jahangir is located in Shardah Bagh, Lahore, Punjab. The Anar Kali Bazaar is a bustling and vibrant market known for its traditional clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs. The Shalimar Gardens are a beautifully landscaped Mughal garden complex, and the Badshahi Mosque is a stunning example of Mughal architecture. The Flag Lowering Ceremony is a unique experience where rangers from both sides of the border display a parade & ritualistic flag lowering in a charged environment with people chanting slogans for their countries. 

The Rohtas Fort and Khewra Salt Mines are two of the essential attractions in Pakistan, with the former being the second largest salt mine in the world and the latter being the oldest in the sub-continent. Visitors can visit the fort and explore the mine tunnels, which are lined with bastions and pierced by monumental gateways. 

The Katas Temple, a Hindu temple complex in Katas village near Choa Saidan Shah in the Chakwal district of Punjab, is dedicated to Shiva and has been there since the days of Mahābhārata and the Pandava brothers. The mosque is one of the largest in the world and is a beautiful example of modern Islamic architecture. The Margalla Hills range is great for exploring nature and getting a stunning city view. Daman-e-Koh is an excellent spot to get a panoramic view of the twin cities, and the Lok Virsa Museum showcases art, culture, and heritage.

Trip Highlights:

  • Lahore, the historical City of Pakistan
  • Islamabad, the Modern Capital City
  • Taxila the Ghandahara Civilization
  • Fairy Meadows under the shade of the Killer Mountain Nanga Parbat
  • Hunza is the most beautiful tourist destination in Pakistan

Call for general departures:

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Hotel Accommodation based on double/twin sharing 
  • Meals (Breakfasts & Dinners) 
  • English-speaking guide 
  • Air-conditioned transportation (depending on the size of the group throughout the trip
  • Entrance Fees to the Archaeological sites and Museums 
  • Tips at hotels/restaurants
  • Mineral water (1 bottle of 1.5 liter per pax per day) 
  • Porterage at hotels
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • All items of personal nature such as telephone calls, mini bar and other Beverages
  • Lunches 
  • Other than above mentioned
  • Day use rooms if in case of flight delayed or cancellation   
  • Tips for Guide & Drivers


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    Day 1 LAHORE

    Upon arrival at Lahore’s Allama Iqbal International Airport, our guide will meet you. Lahore, Pakistan’s second-largest city, is renowned for its historical sites. Must-see attractions include Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Tomb of Jahangir, Noor Jahan Tomb, and Lahore Museum. After checking into the hotel, we’ll explore the city’s rich history and visit notable sites like Wazir Khan Mosque, known for its exquisite tile work. We’ll also see Minar-e-Pakistan, a monument commemorating the Lahore Resolution 1940. Anarkali Bazaar is a lively market for traditional clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs. It’s an ideal place to shop for authentic Pakistani items and indulge in local delicacies.

    Altitude: 217M

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    Today, we will explore the historical city of Pakistan, Lahore, the provincial capital of Punjab, which is rich in the best to see. Each site offers a unique glimpse into Lahore’s vibrant heritage.
    The Lahore Fort is an impressive Mughal-era structure built in the early 16th century.
    The sightseeing includes a visit to the Mausoleum of Emperor Jahangir. Jahangir, who ruled the Mughal Empire from 1605 to 1627, built it. The mausoleum is located in Shardah Bagh, Lahore, Punjab. It is a single-story structure with a square ground plan. The mausoleum features a platform with a tall, octagonal tower and a projecting entrance in the middle of each side. The exterior is adorned with red sandstone facing and rich panel decorations inlaid with marble motifs.
    The Shalimar Gardens are a beautifully landscaped Mughal complex with lush greenery and fountains. The Badshahi Mosque is a stunning example of Mughal architecture.
    One of the unique experiences you can witness in Lahore is the Flag Lowering Ceremony. It is a captivating display where rangers from both sides of the border put on a fabulous parade and perform a ceremonial flag lowering in a charged environment. People enthusiastically chant slogans for their countries during this ceremony. It’s a fantastic place to witness people from both Pakistan and India coming together. Overnight stay in Lahore

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    A scenic journey that is full of fun and activities begin this morning as we leave the city of history. En route, we will visit Rohtas Fort, one of the most imposing historical monuments representing the Mughal architectural style of Pakistan. The Rohtas Fort sprawls upon a low rocky hill to the north of Jhelum, in a bend of the River Ghan (also spelled as Kahan). This gigantic fort is founded on steep rocks jutting into the River Kahan, with its ramparts protected on the west and north sides by the river and by high hills on the east and south. It was never taken by assault and survived intact to the present day. The main fortifications consist of massive walls, extending for more than 4km, lined with bastions and pierced by monumental gateways.

    The next amazing highlight is Khewra Salt Mines, a salt mine located in Khewra, Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan, about 260 kilometers from Lahore and 160 kilometers from Islamabad. It attracts up to 40,000 visitors per year and is the second-largest salt mine in the world. Situated in the foothills of the Salt Range, the Khewra Salt Mines are the oldest in the subcontinent. A tourist train runs inside the mine tunnels. Inside the mine, there are incredible sculptures and structures made of salt. The region also boasts plenty of popular souvenir shops where tourists can obtain exquisitely crafted lamps, sculptures, and ornaments made of salt.

    Furthermore, we will visit the breathtaking Katas Temple, a Hindu temple complex situated in Katas village near Choa Saidan Shah in the Chakwal district of Punjab. Dedicated to Shiva, the temple has, according to Hindu legend, existed since the days of the Mahābhārata, and the Pandava brothers spent a substantial part of their exile at the site. The temple and its surroundings represent an amazing blend of culture and history. Here, we will enjoy exploring the site. By evening, we will reach Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, for an overnight stay.


    Altitude: 507M

    Travel Time: 6 hours 375 Km

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    The twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi offer many amazing places to explore. Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, is rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. Here are some of the best places to visit in Islamabad:

    Faisal Mosque: This iconic mosque is one of the largest in the world and is a beautiful example of modern Islamic architecture. Located under the shade of the Margalla Hills, it offers an awe-inspiring natural attraction alongside its historical significance.

    Margalla Hills: This mountain range is great for exploring nature and enjoying stunning city views. It offers hiking trails, picnic spots, and a chance to escape the bustling city life.

    Daman-e-Koh: Located in the Margalla Hills, Daman-e-Koh offers a panoramic view of the twin cities. It is a popular spot for tourists and locals to enjoy scenic beauty and relax in a serene environment.

    Lok Virsa Museum showcases Pakistan’s art, culture, and heritage. It houses a diverse collection of traditional handicrafts, artifacts, and exhibits that provide insights into the country’s rich cultural heritage.

    Pakistan National Monument: Dedicated to the struggles and sacrifices of the Pakistani people, this monument symbolizes national pride. It features intricate architectural designs and offers a beautiful view of the city from its viewpoint.

    In addition to these attractions in Islamabad, you can also visit Rawalpindi, the sister city of Islamabad, which has its unique charm. Rawalpindi is a bustling town with a strong colonial influence and a large military cantonment. Some notable places to visit in Rawalpindi include

    Raja Bazaar: This old bazaar retains its oriental character and offers a glimpse into traditional craftsmanship. Artisans can create jewelry, copper and brass items, cane baskets, and hand-carved walnut furniture. Visiting the bazaar is a heartwarming experience, interacting with friendly people and witnessing their traditional craftsmanship.

    Overall, the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi provide a blend of historical landmarks, natural beauty, cultural heritage, and vibrant marketplaces. Exploring these cities will give you a comprehensive experience of Pakistan’s rich history and cultural diversity.

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    Embark on an incredible journey today, starting on the Hazara Motorway for three hours before reaching the magnificent Karakoram Highway. This two-day adventure offers stunning views of snowy peaks, turquoise rivers, and lush green valleys. The mighty Indus River adds to the day’s beauty alongside the road. We’ll make stops to explore the charming valleys and admire unique sites with side streams and ancient rock carvings along the Indus River.

    After checking into our hotel and enjoying a delicious dinner, we’ll discuss the plan for the next day’s adventures. Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime experience on the Karakoram Highway, a must-visit for every traveler!

    Altitude: 14,50M

    Travel Time: 10 hours 360 Km

    Accomodation: Standard Hotel
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    After enjoying a treaty breakfast at our hotel, we will embark on an exciting journey to Raikot Bridge, which is just an hour and a half drive away. From there, we will continue our adventure with a thrilling four-wheel jeep drive to Tato, which will take approximately two hours.

    Once we reach Tato, the real enchantment begins. We will embark on a scenic three-hour hike to Fairy Meadow, where we will be greeted by breathtaking views of Nanga Parbat, surrounded by thick alpine forests and lush greenery. Fairy Meadows truly lives up to its name, as it feels like stepping into a fairy tale.

    As we find ourselves amidst the snow-capped mountains that steal one’s hearts, we will experience the warmth and hospitality of the local people, creating unforgettable memories. To truly immerse ourselves in the culture, we will indulge in a delightful typical Pakistani dinner. Our overnight stay will be in cozy alpine huts, allowing us to sleep peacefully and rest.

    This journey promises not only stunning natural beauty but also a connection with the welcoming locals, making it a truly remarkable and once-in-a-lifetime experience. So, have a sweet dream and cherish the paradise on earth we will encounter tomorrow.


    Altitude: 3100M

    Travel Time: 5 hours- 72 Km

    Accomodation: Alpine Huts
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    The morning is absolutely breathtaking! We find ourselves immersed in the true beauty of nature as we enjoy an outdoor breakfast with a stunning view of the majestic Nanga Parbat, also known as the Killer Mountain. The experience is truly awe-inspiring.

    After our delightful breakfast, we embark on a leisurely walk towards the Nanga Parbat Base Camp View Point, meandering through thick forests that offer mesmerizing views of the surrounding area. It’s a moment in life that feels almost surreal, witnessing such a splendid landscape that showcases the true artistry of nature.

    Along the way to the viewpoint, we come across summer pastures and charming spots where we can sit and relish our meals, all while being treated to truly spectacular vistas. These panoramic views are nothing short of extraordinary.

    As the day draws closer, we return to the alpine huts. We gather around a cozy campfire and engage in delightful dinner conversations while gazing at the vast expanse of stars above. The night sky stresses the natural beauty surrounding us, and the towering presence of the mountain creates a truly awe-inspiring atmosphere.

    We spend the night in the comfortable alpine huts, allowing us to immerse ourselves in the tranquility of this remarkable setting fully.

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    Trekking to Tato and then driving to Gilgit, which is situated in the heart of the Karakoram Range and surrounded by magnificent peaks, with Rakaposhi being the most majestic of them all, is an extraordinary adventure. Gilgit can be reached both by road and by air. The journey follows the ancient Silk Route, offering an unforgettable experience as you traverse winding valleys and witness the splendor of cascading waterfalls.

    We will explore the renowned Kargah Buddha, a rock carving beside the Kargah Nullah (stream), approximately 6 kilometers west of Gilgit along the old road to Punial. This site is a popular excursion from Gilgit.

    The Buddha statue stands at a height of about 3 meters and overlooks Gilgit protectively. Carved in the 7th century, it showcases the remarkable skill of a talented master artisan.

    After enjoying a delightful lunch, we will continue our journey to Karimabad, the former capital of Hunza Valley, which was once a princely state. The natural beauty of Hunza Valley is truly breathtaking, and the hospitality of its people is renowned. We will have the opportunity to relax and unwind at our hotel in the afternoon, taking in the serene surroundings.


    Altitude: 2,500M

    Travel Time: 6 hours 280 Km

    Accomodation: STANDARD HOTEL
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    We will begin our day by visiting the enchanting castle of Baltit, which is perched above Karimabad. This magnificent landmark was constructed approximately 900 years ago and was tentatively enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004. Baltit Fort offers a glimpse into the rich history and architectural wonders of the region.

    Following our visit to Baltit Fort, we will indulge in a delicious lunch at a traditional Hunza home, where you can savor the local flavors and experience the warm hospitality of the Hunza people.

    Next on our itinerary is a visit to Altit Fort, another historical gem in the region. This fort holds significant cultural and historical value, offering insights into the traditions and lifestyle of the Hunza people throughout the centuries.

    After exploring Altit Fort, we will proceed to Duiker, a breathtaking location that boasts an elevation of 2935 meters above sea level. Prepare to be mesmerized by the awe-inspiring sunset view at Eagle’s Nest in Duiker, which provides a panoramic vista of the Hunza valley. The beauty of the surroundings is truly captivating and will leave you in awe.

    As the day comes to a close, we will make our way to Gulmit, where we will spend the night. Gulmit is a charming village surrounded by stunning natural landscapes, offering a serene and peaceful atmosphere for a restful overnight stay.


    Altitude: 2700M

    Travel Time: 1:30 hours 43 Km

    Accomodation: Standard Hotel
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    Gulmit, the capital of Gojal, is a small village at approximately 2400m, well above the flooded river. Much has changed here since the formation of the new ’Attabad Lake.’ Additionally, there are numerous fantastic day walks near the Karakoram Highway from Gulmit. A noteworthy attraction is the Gulmit Museum, which houses a collection of traditional ethnic artifacts. It is located in Raja Hussain Ali Khan’s room, adjacent to the Marco Polo Inn, and is highly recommended for a visit.

    Old Gulmit is situated at the northern end of the polo ground. Here, you will discover the Mir of Hunza’s former summer residence, which is no longer in use, and the old Shia mosque with intricately carved woodwork, the Tomb of Silum Khan III, water mills, and old houses.

    A drive to Passu will offer some of the area’s finest day walks and longer hikes. The village itself is more than 150 years old and holds the grazing rights on the northern side of the 56km long Batura Glacier. This allows for the support of large herds of yaks, cattle, sheep, and goats. However, Passu is less fortunate in terms of agricultural land. Afterward, drive back to Gilgit for an overnight stay in a hotel.  

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    The journey from Gulmit to Chilas in northern Pakistan is a captivating adventure through some of the region’s most breathtaking landscapes. Starting from the picturesque village of Gulmit, travelers will traverse the renowned Khunjerab Pass, the highest border crossing between Pakistan and China. The route continues along the mesmerizing Attabad Lake, formed by a massive landslide, and follows the majestic Indus River, offering stunning views of deep gorges and narrow valleys. A stop at the Nanga Parbat viewpoint allows for a glimpse of the towering peaks of the ninth-highest mountain in the world. The journey concludes in the town of Chilas, surrounded by rugged mountains and serving as a gateway to Fairy Meadows and the Nanga Parbat base camp. This unforgettable expedition showcases the awe-inspiring beauty of northern Pakistan, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.


    Altitude: 1300M

    Travel Time: 5 hours 143 Km

    Accomodation: Standard Hotel
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    The journey from Chilas to Islamabad is a remarkable adventure through the stunning landscapes of Pakistan. Starting from the charming town of Chilas, the road winds through the majestic Karakoram Highway, offering breathtaking views of towering peaks, waterfalls, and valleys. 

    The Nanga Parbat Mountain range adds to the awe-inspiring scenery. As the journey progresses, the road descends into the Indus River Valley, providing glimpses of turquoise waters and local culture. Passing through towns and villages, you witness traditional architecture and vibrant bazaars. Approaching Islamabad, the landscape transitions to fertile plains, and the city greets you with its cosmopolitan charm and modern infrastructure. From exploring markets to visiting iconic landmarks, Islamabad offers a perfect blend of modernity and tradition. The journey from Chilas to Islamabad is a captivating experience showcasing Pakistan’s natural and cultural beauty of Pakistan.


    Altitude: 500M

    Travel Time: 10 hours 400 Km

    Accomodation: Standard Hotel
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    Day 13 VISIT TAXIL

    Sightseeing of ruins: Jaulian Monastery, Taxila Museum. Taxila is about 30 kilometers from Rawalpindi, a little off the main highway. Steeped deep in history, the excavations at Taxila take you back 2,500 years into the world of Buddha, Alexander, Asoka, and of course, Emperor Kanishka, whose imprints are visible today. It is here that the world’s most exciting civilizations took root. It is here that you find endless images of Buddha. 

    We will find these in stone and stucco. The numerous panels uncovered here depict important stages of Buddha’s life. This great man of peace is depicted in exquisitely carved sculptures and statues glorifying him and his life. Each of these sculptures is a collector’s pride & visits the truck & bus painting workshop. Hassan Abdal (Sikh temple) – It is famous for Gurdwara Sri Panja Sahib, one of the most sacred places of Sikhism. Thousands of Sikhs visit across the world the Gurdwara on the eve of Besakhi every year.

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    Day 14 Transfer to Airport for home flight

    We wish you all the best for a safe journey with unforgettable memories from Discover Pakistan!!


We always do the best in our power to follow the set itinerary, however it can change occasionally based on temporary access restrictions, weather, lodging/campground availability, guest ability/injury, and natural disasters like heavy rains, flooding, and other potential causes. Sometimes we experience unforeseen happens to affect the plan.


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PASSPORT AND VISA Participants of all nationalities must have a valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity and a visa for Pakistan. The visa application must be completed online at https://visa.nadra.gov.pk/. The main category for the tour is CULTURE & HERITAGE TOURS, and the sub-category is THE KINGDOM OF HIMALAYA. To obtain a visa, you will need a letter of invitation (LOI) provided by our office, along with the necessary documents, such as a copy of the Discover Pakistan license and the National Identity Card of the issuing authority.

Please ensure that you have the correct travel documents and a valid visa for Pakistan.

When visiting historical and archaeological sites in Pakistan, it is important to take certain precautions to ensure your safety and preserve the sites for future generations. Here are some precautions to keep in mind:

Research the site:

Before visiting any site, research its historical significance, cultural practices, and any specific guidelines or restrictions in place. This will help you prepare and show appropriate respect for the site.

Dress modestly:

Pakistan is a conservative country, so it is advisable to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites or conservative areas. Cover your shoulders, wear long pants or skirts, and avoid revealing or provocative clothing.

Respect local customs and traditions:

 Pakistan has a rich cultural heritage, and it is important to respect the customs and traditions of the local communities. Follow any religious or cultural practices observed at the site, such as removing your shoes before entering certain areas or covering your head if required.

Follow instructions and guidelines:

 Pay attention to any instructions or guidelines provided by the site authorities or tour guides. These may include areas where photography is prohibited, restricted access zones, or specific rules to protect the artifacts or structures.

Stay on designated paths:

Stick to designated paths and avoid trespassing or damaging any part of the site. Some archaeological sites are fragile; stepping on delicate areas can cause irreparable harm. Follow the signs and markers to ensure you are on the authorized path.

Do not remove artifacts:

Removing artifacts, stones, or any historical items from the site is strictly prohibited. Removing artifacts not only damages their historical value but is also illegal. Respect the site’s archaeological significance by leaving everything as you found it.

Dispose of waste properly:

 Maintain cleanliness and dispose of any trash in designated bins. Keep the sites clean and leave no trace of your visit. Avoid littering or damaging the environment around the sites.

Be cautious of your belongings: Keep an eye on your personal belongings at all times. Use a secure bag or backpack to carry your valuables and avoid displaying expensive items that may attract unwanted attention.

Stay hydrated and protect yourself from the sun:

 Pakistan can have hot and dry weather, especially during summer. Drink plenty of water, wear sunscreen, and consider wearing a hat or carrying an umbrella to protect yourself from the sun.

Follow safety guidelines:

Be aware of your surroundings and follow any safety guidelines provided by the authorities. It is always recommended to travel in groups, especially in remote areas, and inform someone about your plans and expected return time.

By following these precautions, you can ensure a safe and respectful visit to the historical and archaeological sites in Pakistan while appreciating their cultural and historical significance.


Pakistan has a diverse climate due to its geographical location and varying topography. The weather conditions in places with historical highlights can vary depending on the region and time of year. Here’s a general overview of the weather conditions in some popular historical destinations in Pakistan:

Lahore experiences hot summers with temperatures often exceeding 40°C (104°F) in June and July. Winters are mild, with temperatures ranging from 5°C to 20°C (41°F to 68°F). The best time to visit Lahore is during spring (March to April) and autumn (October to November) when the weather is pleasant.

Islamabad: Islamabad has a moderate climate. Summers (May to September) are warm, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 35°C (77°F to 95°F). Winters (December to February) can be cold, with temperatures dropping to around 0°C (32°F) or lower. The best time to visit Islamabad is during spring and autumn when the weather is pleasant.


 Taxila, known for its archaeological sites, experiences similar weather conditions to Islamabad since it is located nearby. Summers can be hot, and winters are cold. The best time to visit Taxila is during spring and autumn.


Additional InformationAbout Tour

What to bring:

Comfortable Clothing: Pakistan has diverse weather conditions, so it’s important to dress appropriately. Carry lightweight and breathable clothing for hot weather and layer up for cooler regions or winter visits. Modest clothing is recommended out of respect for local customs and traditions.

Sun Protection:

Pakistan’s climate can be quite sunny, especially during summer. Bring sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses, and consider lightweight clothing that provides adequate sun protection.

Comfortable Shoes: Many historical and archaeological sites in Pakistan require walking and exploring on foot. Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers that are suitable for walking on uneven terrain.

Water and Snacks:

Carry a refillable water bottle to stay hydrated during your visit. It’s also a good idea to bring some snacks, especially if you plan to spend a significant amount of time at the site.

Insect Repellent:

Some archaeological sites in Pakistan may have mosquitoes or other insects, particularly in rural areas. Pack insect repellent to protect yourself from bites.

Cash and Local Currency:

While major cities in Pakistan have ATMs and card payment options, it’s advisable to carry some cash, especially when visiting remote areas where cash might be the primary mode of payment.

First Aid Kit:

It’s always a good idea to have a basic first aid kit with items like band-aids, antiseptic ointment, pain relievers, and any necessary prescription medications.

Camera and Binoculars: Capture the beauty of historical sites and landscapes with a camera or smartphone. Binoculars can be handy for observing details from a distance.

Guidebooks and Maps:

 Consider bringing guidebooks or maps that provide information about the historical and archaeological sites you plan to visit. These resources can enhance your understanding and appreciation of the locations.

Respectful Behavior:

Show respect for local customs, traditions, and religious practices. It’s essential to dress modestly, ask for permission before taking photographs of people, and follow any rules or guidelines provided by site authorities.

Remember to research and plan your visit in advance, including opening hours, entrance fees, and any specific requirements or restrictions related to the historical and archaeological sites you wish to explore. Enjoy your journey through Pakistan’s rich history and cultural heritage!


The trip can be reserved with an initial deposit of 30% at the time of booking. The initial deposit shall not be refunded but can be transferred for a future trip.


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  1.       Cancellation before 30 days or more: After deducting 30%, the remaining amount will be refunded. If the deposit is retained with the consent of our client, no cancellation charges will be applied. The full amount can be adjusted towards a future trip.
  2.       Cancellation within 2 weeks before departure: 50% of the package offer will be charged.
  3.       Cancellation within one week of departure or no-show: The full payment will be forfeited.
  4.       No refunds will be provided if you voluntarily or involuntarily leave the trip after it has started. Additionally, no refunds will be given for any unused meals, accommodation, or services.

  2) There shall be no refunds if you leave the trip for any reason whatsoever, voluntarily or involuntarily, after the trip begins. No refunds shall be made for any unused meals, accommodation, or services.


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  1. What are the popular tourist attractions in the Kingdom of Himalayas in Pakistan?

    The popular tourist attractions in the Kingdom of Himalaya include the Lahore Fort, Shalimar Gardens, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Tomb of Jahangir, Noor Jahan Tomb, Anar Kali Bazaar, and the Lahore Museum.

  2. Can you provide more information about the Lahore Fort and its historical significance?

    The Lahore Fort is an impressive Mughal-era structure built in the early 16th century. It holds great historical significance as it served as the Mughal emperors’ residence and witnessed various dynasties’ rise and fall. The fort showcases beautiful architectural elements and houses several palaces, halls, and gardens, reflecting the grandeur of the Mughal Empire.

  3. What can visitors expect to find at Anar Kali Bazaar in the Kingdom of Himalaya?

    Anar Kali Bazaar is a bustling and vibrant market known for its traditional clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs. Visitors can expect to find various colorful textiles, intricate handicrafts, traditional accessories, and local artwork. It’s a great place to immerse oneself in the local culture and find unique items to take home as souvenirs.

  4. Tell me about the Shalimar Gardens and why they are considered a must-visit destination.

    The Shalimar Gardens are a beautifully landscaped Mughal Garden complex located in the Kingdom of Himalaya. They were built in the 17th century and are renowned for their stunning architecture and serene atmosphere. The gardens feature terraces, fountains, water channels, pavilions, and vibrant flower beds, all meticulously designed to create a harmonious and picturesque setting. The Shalimar Gardens are considered a must-visit destination due to their historical significance and breathtaking beauty.

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At Discover Pakistan, we offer the opportunity to prolong and enrich your travel experience beyond the initial itinerary. Whether you’re exploring a new city, venturing into the wilderness, or embarking on a cultural immersion, our trip extensions allow you to delve deeper into the destination and discover hidden gems that may have otherwise remained undiscovered. By extending your journey, you can embrace new adventures, indulge in authentic experiences, and create lasting memories. Whether it’s an extra day, few days, or a week, trip extensions provide the flexibility to personalize your travel and make the most of your time away.

Our team of travel experts is available to provide detailed itineraries, answer any queries you may have, and tailor the extensions to meet your preferences and requirements. Whether you are interested in extending your journey to explore cultural destinations, indulge in luxury experiences, or venture into off-the-beaten-path destinations, we are committed to creating an unforgettable experience for you.

Below are some sample extensions, however they can be customized to suit your needs, please feel free to contact us via email or phone. Our dedicated team will be delighted to assist you, providing comprehensive information, and helping you plan your dream vacation.


After conquering the challenging K2 Base Camp trek, treat yourself to a luxurious three-day extension in the mesmerizing city of Dubai. This vibrant metropolis is renowned for its opulent lifestyle, futuristic architecture, and world-class entertainment. Indulge in unparalleled luxury and immerse yourself in the city’s extravagant offerings.

DAY 01: Dubai
DAY 02: Explore Dubai
DAY 03:  Explore Dubai
DAY 04:  Departure


Congratulations on completing the exhilarating K2 Base Camp trek! As you conclude your adventure in the stunning Karakoram Mountains, why not treat yourself to a well-deserved five-day extension in captivating Turkey? This extension will allow you to unwind, explore a new culture, and indulge in the rich history and captivating landscapes of this transcontinental country.

DAY 01: Arrive in Istanbul
DAY 02: Explore Istanbul
DAY 03: Explore Istanbul
DAY 04: Departure