Pakistan Holidays


Embark on a journey to Pakistan and immerse yourself in a mesmerizing tapestry of breathtaking natural landscapes and awe-inspiring mountain ranges, including the rugged peaks of the Himalayas and the Karakoram Range.


Delve into the depths of ancient cities steeped in history and culture, and experience the warm hospitality and adventurous spirit that define Pakistan holidays. Pakistan holidays offer a captivating mix of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and thrilling adventures, from the majestic peaks of the Himalayas and the Karakoram Range to the ancient, history-laden cities, all wrapped in warm hospitality.



Pakistan's diverse landscapes include coastal plains, glaciated mountains, deserts, forests, hills, and plateaus. The country can be divided into three major geographical areas: the northern highlands, the Indus River plain, and the Balochistan Plateau.


The northern highlands are home to the Karakoram, Hindu Kush, and Pamir mountain ranges, which include the world's 2nd highest peak mount K-2, with a height of 8611 meters.


The highest peak is located in Pakistan.

(a) Mount K2 (8,611 meters/28,251 ft) 2nd highest peak in the world.

(b) Mount Nanga Parbat (Dimer) (8,126 meters/26,660 ft) is the 9th highest Peak in the world.

(c) Mount Gasherbrum I (8 068 meters/26,469 ft) is the 11th highest Peak in the world.

(d) Mount Broad Peak (8,051 meters/ 26,414ft is the 12th highest Peak in the world.

(e) Mount Gasherbrum 8,035 meters/ 26,362 ft 13th highest peak in the world.


The Balochistan Plateau is situated in the west, while the Thar Desert is located in the east. Additionally, the 1,609 km (1,000 mi) long Indus River and its tributaries flow through the country from Kashmir to the Arabian Sea, creating fertile plains in the Punjab and Sindh regions.


Ethnicity and languages.

Pakistan is known for its rich cultural and linguistic diversity, with an estimated 75 to 85 languages spoken throughout the country. The official languages are Urdu and English, with Urdu serving as a unifying force among over 75% of the population. According to the 2017 national census, the largest ethnolinguistic groups in Pakistan are the Punjabis (38.8%), Pashtuns (18.2%), Sindhis (14.6%), Saraikis (12.19%), Muhajirs (7.08%), and Balochs (3.02%).


Additionally, the population includes various ethnic minorities such as the Brahuis, Hindkowans, people from Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmiris, Hazaras, and Siddis. It's also noteworthy that the Pakistani diaspora numbers over seven million, making it the sixth largest in the world.