Pakistan usually remains in the headline for all the weird and ugly reasons but this list of 10 Best Places To Visit in Pakistan before you die is surely going to change your perception of this great country. There is a lot more to Pakistan than political unrest and terrorism. There is no denying the fact that some areas in Pakistan are not safe but the rest of the country is filled with beautiful landscapes, friendly people and above all “out of this world” hospitality. The country is home to some of the most “tourists loved” places in the world. From amazing beaches in Karachi to snow-covered K-2 (second highest mountain peak in the world), Pakistan has it all.
Pakistan was once a part of the greater sub-continent but got its independence on 14th August, 1947. With India, China, Afghanistan and Iran as its neighboring countries, Pakistan has some of the most breathtaking historical places, deserts, lakes, and rivers. Other than India, Pakistan has friendly relationships with almost every country in the region namely China, Iran, UAE, Sri Lanka… and if you’re looking to find out more about Sri Lanka, here is our post “9 Places to Visit in Sri Lanka Before You Die”.
The best thing about Pakistan is the fact that it also offers some of the cheapest accommodation for foreign tourists. You can easily spend a month here while only spending around $400 to $500. The best time to visit Pakistan is between October to February; that’s when the hotel rates are likely to be the lowest and the weather most pleasing. Let’s dive straight into our list of places in Pakistan that are bound to impress you.
If you want to escape the summer heat in Pakistan, there is no better place than Naran. Even in winters this place offers some of the most unique and breathtaking scenes. Ansoo lake and lake Saif-ul-Muluk are the talking points about Naran.