Travel Guides to Pakistan, here you can learn all details and information regarding Travel to Pakistan.
Best Time to Fly to Pakistan
If wind sailing and surfing are on your list of things to do, then book flights to Pakistan between May and October, when hot conditions make the Arabian Sea the perfect place to play.
Peak Season: If you plan to stay near Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab and the southern North-West Frontier Province book flights to Pakistan during the cooler months between November and February, because afterwards, the heat can be unbearable. If you have trekking in mind though, you’ll want to book your Pakistan flights between April and October, because although there could still be storms, this is when the mountains are at their best.
Off-peak Season: Less people book flights to Pakistan during Ramadan, because activity decreases, and open cafes and restaurants are difficult to find. Although it’s a less desirable time for most, it’s also a great time to save on cheap flights to Pakistan.
Getting around Pakistan
Pakistan International Airlines provides extensive opportunities for domestic Pakistan flights, once you arrive. If you’re interested in seeing cities like Faisalabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and Sukkur, board a domestic Pakistan flight and set off on an intra-continental tour.
The railway system is widespread and very affordable, and perfect for remote areas that are too far for taxis. Buses called Qing-Qi, yellow taxis, and motorcycle-auto rickshaws are also available options.
Entry Requirements for Pakistan Holidays & Pakistan Travel
All foreign passport holders require a visa issued in their country of origin (or the nearest consulate if there is no diplomatic representation) to enter Pakistan, and all passports should be valid for at least six months beyond the intended stay. A return ticket or proof of onward travel is also required. All visitors are advised to carry a photocopy of their passport, including the Pakistani visa, at all times.
US citizens need a valid passport and a visa, which must be obtained before leaving for Pakistan, before entering the country. You will also need a proof of a return ticket. It’s a good idea to always carry a copy of your passport and visa.
- There are 61 airports in Pakistan and the 5 biggest are
- Quaid-E-Azam Intl Airport (Karachi, Pakistan)
- Quaid-E-Azam Intl Airport offers nonstop flights.
- Islamabad Intl Airport (Islamabad, Pakistan)
- Islamabad Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to major cities of Pakistan.
- Every week, at least 364 domestic flights and 308 international flights depart from Islamabad Intl Airport.
- Lahore Airport (Lahore, Pakistan)
- Lahore Airport offers nonstop flights to major cities of Pakistan.
- Every week, at least 280 domestic flights and 315 international flights depart from Lahore Airport.
- Peshawar Airport (Peshawar, Pakistan)
- Peshawar Airport offers nonstop flights to major cities of Pakistan.
- Every week, at least 112 domestic flights and 133 international flights depart from Peshawar Airport.
- Faisalabad Airport (Faisalabad, Pakistan)
- Faisalabad Airport offers nonstop flights to major cities of Pakistan.
- Every week, at least 42 domestic flights and 0 international flights depart from Faisalabad Airport.