If you want to check out all the top places in Pakistan, then this list will take some time to check out. Here are the most beautiful places in Pakistan you can visit on your first tour of Pakistan. If you’re looking for real natural beauty, you should go to Pakistan. It’s a real paradise. There are some very attractive landscapes and a few truly attractive archaeological sites.

The place is still fairly unknown and is not suitable for tourism. There is still a lack of infrastructure. Pakistan has many beautiful places. It has mountains and rivers, and archaeological sites. There are also pristine beaches for those who want to get away from the crowds. There are many places to go to in Pakistan. Here are some of the best. Through all of these trips, we have selected the top places in Pakistan to visit. Thus, without further ado, let’s begin:

Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit-Baltistan is the most beautiful place in the country. To the north, it has the best scenery and adventure activities. Start your journey in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) – a beautiful part of the country that’s rich in history and culture. Pakistan is the northwesternmost republic of Asia. It has many peaks over 20,000 feet, including the famous K-2 and Nanga Parbat.

Shandur Stadium, the world’s tallest polo stadium, and the Attabad Lake in the Hunza Valley are just a short drive away from here. The former was made after a landslide in 2010. The treeless Deosai National Park is located in the Skardu District. The 4.2-km-long, 115-meter-high wonderland is an important part of the natural beauty of this city and is also a good place. Snow lovers can visit the Naltar Ski Resort, and those who enjoy a rustic camping trip can head to the countryside for their adventures.

Multan

Visit the places in Pakistan is incomplete without a visit to Multan. Multan is an interesting mix of ancient wars, trade, dynastic rule, and Sufism memories. This is the best city in Pakistan, with over a quarter of the country’s population. It’s said to have begun with Hindu occupations, then witnessed the conquest of the Greeks, and finally hosted the long-term Sufi influence on the 11th and 12th.

Islamic law has ruled for centuries. Multan is now an important part of southern Punjab, and devotees from all over the country and overseas visit countless shrines, mausoleums, and mosques throughout the year. This is the respect the deceased Sufi remembered or was buried here, so much so that it is called the “City of Saints.

Tharparkar

The Tapak region in the province of Sindh is a relatively new tourist attraction. The increase in the number of tourists each year is an encouraging sign for the region, which is made up of towns and villages, ranging from slightly developed settlements to fully rural settlements.

During the monsoon rains, most tourists flock to the area to take in the desert’s beauty. This short season is a joy for the residents of this town. The soil in this arid land supports agriculture through rain-fed methods.

Kalash Valley

Pakistan is an ethnically diverse country, and Kalasha is its most unique indigenous group.  The Kalash Valley – Bumburat, Rampur, and Berry are part of Chitral. Hindu Chitral is the largest area in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province and it’s known as the Hindu Surrounded by the Kush Mountains. For hundreds of years, the remoteness of the valley has maintained its uniqueness.

The fair-skinned, mostly blue-eyed Karasha people have colorful costumes and a polytheistic religion. The best way to describe this religion is that it is its own spiritual sect which is separate from the rest of the world. They like to dance, make their own wine, and play traditional musical instruments. The best time to visit the valley is at any of the three annual festivals-Chilam Joshi in May, Ushaw in September, and Shomos around the winter solstice.

Mohenjo-Daro

If you’re history-minded, you need to visit Mohenjo-Daro in Sindh. Researchers studying the ruins of this civilization in the Indus Valley found these artifacts and concluded that they were the remnants of a large ancient civilization. More importantly, it was contemporary with ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.

Among other things, the city of Mohenjo-Daro was built according to a network plan, and it had an efficient water management system. More than just a place to relax, these urban baths, or “piscinas urbanas,” are also considered public works, modernist architectural masterpieces, and modern urban planning, Due to some unexplained reasons, the city was abandoned around 1900 and was not rediscovered until the 1920s.

Excavations continued into the 1960s, but due to adverse weather conditions, it was no longer possible to continue with the work. The Moenjo-Daro region of Pakistan is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which can be visited by private transportation, public buses, or weekly flights from Karachi.

Khewra Salt Mine

Visiting the world’s second-largest salt mine may not be a common feature in traditional vacation plans, but it certainly adds an extra dimension to a vacation package. In my opinion, a great learning experience is definitely the Khewra Salt Mine. About 184 kilometers from the capital, Islamabad. It’s not only a source of salt in the country, but it’s also an important place to visit if you’re looking

In terms of tourists, the mine is a major tourist attraction, and around 250,000 people visit it every year. Travel inland by carriage. Tour this cave and learn that, once transported inland, you’ll find yourself in a landscape where everything is made of salt. The country has many important saltwater basins and some small salt structures. It was discovered by Alexander the Great’s troops that salt deposits were located in the Gobi Desert and were used for medicinal purposes.

Makran Coast

Pakistan’s coast hasn’t yet become a dream resort, but if you want to explore the pristine coast with natural beaches, Makran is definitely worth a visit.

In the stunning beauty of Baluchistan province in the country of Pakistan, the rugged terrain is a surprise as it’s made up mostly of arid mountains. The coastline is about 1,000 kilometers long and extends through the Gulf of Oman. Its beaches are mostly unspoiled.

The highway is accessible from all sides of the city and runs for a distance of 694 kilometers. It is recommended that you start your journey in Karachi at sunrise. To make the most of your journey, plan to be up early. Some of the best beaches along the coast include Cond Maler Beach, Astola Island, Ormara Beach, Sonmiani Beach, Gwadar Beach, and Pasni Beach.

Bahawalpur

Bahawalpur is located in the arid zone of the Cholistan desert, bordering neighboring India.

The capital of this princely state is Jhalrapatan, which lies in the heart of a princely state that’s part of Rajputana State. It’s located in Rajasthan and borders India. Under the rule of Nawabs, the city was full of impressive monuments dating back to those golden ages, including the famous Nur Mahal, and royal tombs, which are located in the city’s center. The amazing castle is more than 500 years old and is the first in a line of fortified castles throughout the Egyptian desert.

Chitral

Important things happen in Chitral Pakistan. Chitral city is located in a fertile valley below the mighty Tirich Mir-the highest mountain in the Hindu Kush in India at 7,700 meters. A warm and comfortable place, where friendly and kind people live. Many stalls and restaurants serve Afghan cuisine in the square, while many refugees live in and around the airport. The ancient mud castle is a famous siege site in Britain. It’s still standing on the banks of the Chitral River next to the Shah Mosque. This is the trailhead for reaching the Garam Chashma hot springs, Kalash, Mastuj, and Shandor Pass Valleys. It’s isolated by the high mountains from the rest of the country, but Chitral has its own charm. You can enjoy it all by yourself.