50 best places to visit in Pakistan

Pakistan is a country blessed with nature’s beauty and beautiful mountains, from the stretches of large mountain ranges in the north to the wide alluvial delta of the Indus River in the south. The country attracts sightseers, skiers, hikers, and mountaineers with its gleaming deserts and some of the world’s highest peaks. Pakistan is the place to go for white river rafting, trout fishing, jeep, camel, and yak safaris, and out-of-this-world scenery and animals.

It is a land where archaeologists, historians, artists, teachers, and anthropologists may find a wealth of information, as well as a rich religious legacy for pilgrims of many religions and beliefs. These characteristics indicate that Pakistan’s tourist industry has begun to grow at an exponential and rapid rate. According to the world travel and tourism report 2021, Pakistan moved from 89th position to 83rd position regarding tourism facilities and places around the globe.

Do you plan to visit Pakistan? Here are the top 50 places to visit in Pakistan that will make your trip remarkable. Punjab, Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, and Sindh are Pakistan’s five provinces, along with Azad Kashmir as an independent alliance with Pakistan. Punjab is Pakistan’s most populated province and the country’s second-largest in terms of geography.

Our post will teach you about the greatest places to visit in Pakistan by province, as well as how to get about, stay safe, and organize your vacation. In a country with so many possibilities, here are 50 of the top places to visit in Pakistan.

Lahore Fort and Badshahi Mosque

Lahore is the Heart of Punjab with a rich history in Pakistan. There are many historical tourist places in Lahore. One of the amazing tourist places built in the 1580s, the Lahore Fort, is a stunning example of Mughal construction. The Fort, which is more than 20 hectares in size, is located in the northwest corner of the city of Lahore. It has been demolished and rebuilt many times over the course of history.

The Badshahi Mosque, or ‘Emperor’s Mosque, was built in 1673 in Lahore by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The mosque is located on the edges of Lahore’s Walled City, west of the Lahore Fort, and is considered one of the best sites to visit in the city.

lahore fort


Yadgar-e-Pakistan was also demanded in conjunction with Minar-e-Pakistan (Pakistan Resolution Memorial). The tower was constructed on the site where the All India Muslim League passed the Lahore Resolution on March 23, 1940, between 1960 and 1968. Minar-e-Pakistan is unique, combining Mughal, Islamic, and contemporary architecture. The height of the Minar e Pakistan is 203 feet.


Katas Raj Temples

The grounds of the Katas Raj Temples are centered on a sacred Hindu pond known as Katas. It is located 16 kilometers from the Kalar Kahar area of Chakwal district and is one of Pakistan’s most picturesque tourist destinations. These temples are close to the M2 highway and the town of Choa Saidanshah.

katas raj temples

Khewra Salt Mine

If you are visiting Pakistan’s northern area, the second-largest salt mine globally, Khewra Salt Mine in Jhelum, is the best place to visit. The Khewra mines are also popular tourist destinations in Pakistan. It is situated at the height of 288 meters above sea level. The Salt Range stretches 300 kilometers (186 miles) from Beganwala, near the Jhelum River, to Kalabagh, near the Indus River. The mine is known for its pink salt and is a popular tourist destination, with 250,000 tourists per year.

khewra salt mine

Swaik Lake

Swaik Lake is a beautiful natural waterfall in the Chakwal District of Punjab’s Kalar Kahar Tehsil. The M2 Motorway, which connects Lahore and Islamabad, can help you get there. It is one of the unique tourist attractions in Chakwal, and it provides chances for swimming and diving.

swaik lake


Harappa is located near Sahiwal district, the capital city of Sindh culture, on the banks of the Ravi River in central Punjab. It is one of the top sites to visit in Punjab among the best places to visit. In the Bronze Age, Harappan architecture and society were the most advanced. During the British reign, the ancient city of Harappa was severely destroyed when bricks from the remains were used as track ballast in the construction of the Lahore-Multan railway. It reflects life knowledge from around 2500 BC.



Taxila, popularly known as the ‘City of Cut Stone,’ is a city in Pakistan. The subcontinent is a significant archaeological site in the Indian subcontinent, situated in the modern city of Punjab, Pakistan. It is 32 kilometers (20 miles) northwest of Rawalpindi and Islamabad. It is a site museum with Gandhara art collections dating from 600 to 700 BC. Many Gandhara and other ancient civilizations monuments have been accessible to the public, and it is one of Punjab’s most attractive destinations to visit.


Hiran Minar

Hiran Minar is a Mughal complex from the early 17th century in Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan. The structure was created on the location of a game reserve in honor of Jahangir’s favorite deer, Manserj. The emperor is known for his passion for nature, and his complex illustrates the Mughal link between humans, pets, and hunting.

Hiran Minar

Lake Uchali

Uchali Lake is a renowned tourist destination in the Salt Range. Uchali is a brackish water lake in Pakistan’s southern Salt Range region, located in the valley of Soan Sakaser. Because the lake range lacks drainage, it forms. Above the lake is Sakasar, a 1,522-meter-high salt range mountain.

uchali lake

Neelum Valley

The Neelum Valley, in northern Azad Kashmir, is a bow-shaped valley surrounded by beautiful trees and running streams and positioned between hills that climb 13,000 feet into the sky. The Neelum Valley is one of Pakistan’s most gorgeous sights. There are clean rivers, mirror-like lakes, and lush sceneries in this valley. March to October is the best time to visit.


Hunza Valley

The Hunza Valley, located in Gilgit Baltistan, is one of Pakistan’s hidden jewels. The Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges surround this remote valley. Because of its rich farmlands, this is one of the nicest destinations to visit in Pakistan. Markhors, ounces, ibexes, and red foxes can all be found here. A magnificent view awaits you in this valley, and the residents are nice and welcoming. April to September is the best time to visit.

Hunza valley

Attabad Lake

A landslide in Attabad Village in January 2010 resulted in the formation of this lovely lake with calm waters. The lake’s brilliant blue waters pierce the Hunza Valley’s rugged terrain. The lake is one of Pakistan’s most famous tourist destinations, including activities such as skiing, boating, fishing, and more. March to June is the best time to visit.

Attabad lake

Swat Valley

Despite its tragic past, the current situation in Swat Valley is highly hopeful. This magnificent valley in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has a fairytale-like quality to it. Among other things, this valley offers fantastic weather and friendly residents, making it one of the most beautiful destinations to visit in Pakistan. Trekking, hiking, backpacking, and simply relaxing in the natural environment are all options for visitors. April to May is the best time to visit.

swat valley


Mohenjo-Daro is a famous tourist destination in Pakistan, located in Sindh, a province in the country’s southeast. It is a historical site that dates back to 2500 BCE and is home to the Sindh people. The remains and mounds were identified to be part of the Indus Valley civilization, an ancient civilization. History buffs will be enthralled by the engineering and urban planning that was decades ahead of its time. When is the best time to visit: The monument is open all year.

mohenjo daro


Gwadar is a lovely port town on Oman’s coast. The city grew from a modest fishing town to Pakistan’s third-largest port. Gwadar’s potential as a port town went largely unexplored for years, owing to security concerns. Things appear to be turning for the better today. Following China’s recent investment in the region, it appears that Gwadar will finally begin to realize its potential as a tourist destination with a plethora of magnificent beaches surrounded by picturesque mountains, not merely as a port town.


Hingol National Park

Hingol National Park is one of Pakistan’s most stunning national parks. The park is totally surrounded by towering mountains and is filled with lush forests. The park’s visitor facilities have been developing in recent years, despite the fact that it is still relatively unfrequented. In addition, the park was connected to Karachi by a new roadway in 2004. Both initiatives are expected to increase tourism in the park, which is home to innumerable subtropical forests and desert montanes, as well as more than 250 plant species, 180 bird species, 65 amphibians, and reptile species, and 35 mammal species.

Hingol national park

Wazir Khan Mosque

Because Islam is the country’s official religion and the country’s past ruler was a Muslim Mughal emperor, there are numerous mosques throughout the subcontinent that are historically significant. Wazir Khan Masjid is a magnificent work of art that has been acclaimed for its brilliant use of finance tiles. It is situated in the city of Lahore. During the time of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, the mosque was begun in 1634 and completed in 1641 in just seven years.

wazir khan mosque

Rohtas Fort

 Rohtas Fort, or Qila Rohtas as it is known among the locals, is a mediaeval military fort located near Jhelum’s Grand Trunk Road. The historical site of Rohtas Fort is a must-see in Jhelum. Afghan King Sher Shah Suri built the fort in the 16th century. It took eight years to finish and has a 4 km circumambulation.

Rohtas fort

Fort Munro

Fort Munro is a hill station in Dera Ghazi Khan, located at 6,470 feet above sea level. Taman Leghari is another name for it. It attracts a large number of visitors for brief stays during the summer. This is a South Punjab wonderland. Fort Munro connects the Balochistan and Punjab borders.


Uch Sharif

The tomb of Bibi Jawindi, one of the five prominent structures in Uch Sharif, is one of them. As a result, these are the finest tourist attractions in Punjab. In 325 BC, Alexander the Great founded the city of Alexandria on the banks of the Indus River.

uch sharif

Faisal Mosque

The Faisal Mosque is Asia’s largest mosque, and its architectural design exhibits an idealistic fusion of ultramodern and traditional architectural styles. It is situated at the base of the Margalla Mountains. The mosque is dedicated to the remembrance of Saudi Arabia’s late King Faisal, who donated the project’s cost to the people of Pakistan.

faisal mosque

Changa Manga

Changa Manga is located around 70 kilometers from Lahore and features an artificial lake as well as a tiny railway that runs through the jungle.

It’s around 80 kilometers southwest of Lahore. It is a popular picnic spot with plenty of chances for TDCP resorts, motorboats, children’s parks, and outdoor activities. It is spread out over 50 acres.

changa manga

Lahore Zoo

The Lahore Zoo is Pakistan’s largest zoo. It is currently controlled by the Pakistani government’s Department of Forests, Wildlife, and Fisheries. The zoo now has 1378 animals from 135 different species. The Lahore Zoo is a must-see for anybody visiting Lahore.

Lahore zoo

Valley of Soan Sakaser

Soan Sakaser is a valley in Pakistan’s northern Punjab. Soon Sakaser is situated at the crossroads of the districts of Mianwali and Chakwal. The valley begins in Padharar village and finishes at Sakaser, the salt range’s highest mountain. Lakes, springs, and waterfalls abound in Punjab’s tourist attractions, including Chashma Sultan Mehdi, Deep Sharif, Jahlar Lake, Kanhati Garden, and Neela Vahn.

valley of soan

Wagah Border

Wagah is known for the Wagah Border Ceremony and also functions as a Pakistani transit terminal and railway station. Every afternoon before sundown, at Wagah on the Pakistan-India border near Lahore, a world-first event is held. Every evening, a flag ceremony precedes a march known as the “Silly Walk Ceremony.” The peace treaty ceremony began in 1986.


Kund Malir

Kund Malir Beach is an extremely distinctive beach and one of Makran’s most unique tourist attractions. It is widely regarded as the most beautiful beach on the planet. Many tour firms now provide services to those who want to see this gorgeous location. The Makran National Highway it’s around 150 kilometers from Zero Point.

kund malir

Astola Island

The Arabian Sea’s Island of Astola, also known as Jazira Haft Talar, is an uninhabited island. The island is located in Pasni, Gwadar District, and is Pakistan’s largest island. In Balochistan, there are a lot of tourist attractions to see. Astola is a famous tourist site, but it is difficult to visit due to a lack of accommodations. Tourists who intend to remain overnight must camp with their belongings on the island.

Astola island

Kaghan Valley

Because of its natural beauty and breathtaking surroundings, Kaghan is a valley where your dreams come true. In the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Kaghan valley is located in Mansehra. Mountains and waterfalls abound in the Kaghan Valley. The Kaghan valley attracts visitors due to its beautiful scenery.

kaghan valley

Saif-ul-Maluk Lake 

Saif-ul-Maluk is a lovely mountain with a gorgeous lake near Naran in northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The most notable feature of this lake is that it is 3,224 meters above sea level, making it one of the world’s and Pakistan’s highest lakes. Lake Saif-ul-Maluk feeds the Kunhar River. Saif-ul-Maluk is also known for its National Park, which was established in 2003 and is full of natural beauty.


Shandur Pass

Because of its height, Shandur Pass is known as the “Roof of the World.” Shandur Pass is also known for its large Polo Festivals, which are the highest-altitude polo tournaments in the world. Polo festivals are held on Shandur Pass from July 7th to 9th. Shandur Pass is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and connects the Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral regions.



Lulusar is also known as Lalusar. Lulusar is well-known for its cluster of mountain peaks. It connects the Kaghan Valley with Manshera in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. The distance between Naran and Lulusar is 287 kilometers, and any car can travel there without a guide.

Lulusar lake

Mahodand Lake

Mahodand Lake is in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Swat. The lovely water, fishing, and boating at Mahodand Lake have made it famous. Because of the roads, only four-wheel-drive cars are permitted to visit Mahodand Lake. With the addition of snow, the lake becomes even more gorgeous. One of the nicest spots to visit in Pakistan is Mahodand Lake.

Mahodand lake

Malam Jabba

Malam Jabba is also known as Malam Jabba, and it is well-known for its hill station and ski resorts. There are two major ski resorts in Malam Jabba. The ski resort is equipped with up-to-date technology, such as ski platforms, chair lifts, and ice clearing machines.

Malam jabba

Ansoo Lake

Because of its shape to the human eye, Ansoo Lake is also known as Ansu Lake. The word ansu means “human tears.” When viewed from a distance, the lake appeared to be an eye tear, with water falling like tears and accumulating into a whole like an eye. In Kaghan, there is a lake called Ansu. The lake is 4,245 meters above sea level.

Ansoo lake

Hanna Jheel

This magnificent reservoir is one of the most visited destinations in Balochistan, as it is completely encircled by mountains and is located near the beginning of the Urak Valley. Even though the reservoir was erected by the British in 1894, no one can dispute its beauty, especially during the cold winters. Hanna Jheel is another Balochistan destination that is absolutely safe to visit for both locals and visitors.

hanna jheel

Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park

One of the most remarkable sites to visit in Quetta is Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park, which offers stunning natural beauty and views of arid mountains. It’s in the Mastung neighborhood. It was founded in 1980 on the outskirts of Quetta, near Mount Chiltan, and comprises 325,000 acres. The park was created to house the area’s unique Chiltan ibexes. Hazarganji Chiltan is one of the attractions to see in Quetta.

hazarganji chiltan national park

Moola Chotok

In Khuzdar, Balochistan, this tourist-free sight is known as Maula Chotok. Chotok, a waterfall surrounded by tall rocks, is one of the largest in Moola Tehsil. Chotok has been freed of all threats due to military operations in the Khuzdar Division, and locals and visitors may now visit and enjoy the unsurpassed beauty

Moola chotok

Urak Valley

Urak Valley is another wonderful tourist destination in Balochistan. It’s close to the city of Quetta. Both sides of the road are dripping with fresh spring water. A little waterfall at the entrance to the nearby Wali Tangi Dam can be found at the end of it. The Urok Valley has a population of 10,000 people, with practically all Kakars belonging to the Pashtun tribe.

urak valley


Ziarat, which is also the capital of the Ziarat District, is one of Balochistan’s most picturesque destinations. The Quaid-e-Azam Residency, commonly known as the Ziarat Valley, is one of Pakistan’s most picturesque locations. A rich green juniper forest, popularly known as Sanobar, surrounds Ziarat and covers an area of around 110,000 hectares, making it Pakistan’s largest juniper forest. The forest is thought to be the world’s second-largest of its kind.


Hinglaj Mata Temples 

The Hinglaj Mata Temples are Hindu temples in Hanglaj, a town on the Makran coast in Balochistan’s Lasbela district. It’s a dargah or goddess enshrined in a mountain cave on the Hangul River’s banks. The Hanglaj Yatra is Pakistan’s greatest Hindu pilgrimage. During the spring, more than 250,000 people participate in the Hanglaj Yatra.

hinglaj mata temples

Kalash Valleys

Chitral, KPK is home to the Kalash Valleys. The most prominent feature of Kalash Valley is the valley’s unique Kalash culture. Kalash Valley is a popular tourist destination for both domestic and international visitors. Kalash is divided into three valleys.


Tirich Mir 

Tirich Mir, located in Chitral, KPK, is the world’s second-highest peak after the Himalayas-Karakoram range. Tirich Mir is also known as the highest snow-capped mountain. The peak of Tirich Mir is mostly shrouded in clouds. The mountain summit attracts visitors from all around the world. Tirich Mir is one of the locations to see in KPK.



Miranjani is a 2,992-meter high mountain located in Abbottabad, Pakistan. This is a great area to go trekking. At the Miranjani mountain, you can feel clouds approaching. If you are going to Miranjani hiking, bring some water with you because it is a lengthy hike.


Kumrat Valley 

Located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Upper Dir district. Because of its stunning scenery and wildlife, Kumrat is known as the gorgeous valleys of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Kumrat Valley is a popular tourist and travel destination. During the summer, millions of people flock to Kumrat Valley. Nature, snow, and mountains are Kumrat’s specialties. The mountains also provide pure crystal water in the Kumrat valley. One of the Kumrat Valley’s must-see attractions.

Kumrat valley

Mall Road 

Mall Road is a very busy road and market in Murree, and it is located in Murree. Snowfalls can be seen in the mall streets throughout the winter. Traditional products, snacks, and dry fruits can be found on Mall Road. The unique feature of Mall Road is the incredible warmth of its residents. Any car may drive along the mall road, and there are plenty of parking places, so there’s no need to be concerned about finding a spot. You can visit Kashmir Point, which is close to Mall Road, and gaze out over the Kashmir valleys. Mall Road is one of Murree’s most popular tourist destinations.



Takht-i-Bahi is an ancient site in Khyber-Mardan. Pakhtunkhwa’s Buddhism is linked to Takht-i-Bahi. It was built in the first century and was utilized by a number of rulers until the seventh century. This place is accessible by any vehicle, and the tickets are inexpensive. Because there are no eateries, bring your food and water with you. Takht-i-Bahi is one of the most important historical sites in KPK.



Lalazar is a natural tourist destination with a height of 3,123 meters above sea level. Upper Kaghan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is home to Lalazar. Lalazar is one of the most beautiful sites in KPK. Lalazar is a lovely location where you may camp. The views from the top of the mountains are spectacular, and guests may also check out the agricultural vistas. Horseback riding is available. There are many different varieties of flowers, and Lalazar is pure nature.



Bumburet is located in Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and offers breathtaking views of nature at 1100 meters above sea level. Bumburet is known for its vibrant natural trees. In Pakistan, Bumburet is a hidden gem. Visit the museum to see the Bumburet graveyards.


 Khanpur Dam

Khanpur, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is home to the dam. The Haro River Dam has become a popular tourist attraction in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. At the Khanpur Dam Lake, you may go powerboating, paragliding, and parasailing, among other activities. A water scooter ride is also available on the lake. You can go boating and swimming in the lake and do high jumps. If something awful happens at the lake, all safety and security measures are in place.

khanpur dam

Bala Hisar Fort

The historical fort in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is located in an ancient city. This fort was used as a residence by the Durrani Empire. The Pakistani government designated the fort as a tourist destination. At the fort, you can see the Pakistani army museum. It is now an army base, so bring your national identification card or passport with you if you visit.

bala hisar fort


At 8,611 meters (28,251 feet) above sea level, K2, also known as Mount Godwin-Austen or Chhogori, is the world’s second-highest mountain after Mount Everest. It is situated between Baltistan, in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of northern Pakistan, and the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang, China, on the China-Pakistan border. K2 is the highest point in both Pakistan and Xinjiang and the highest point in the Karakoram range.


Many tourists come to the country solely to trek, and the tourism sector is well equipped to accommodate a wide range of trekking methods and places.

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