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ASIA : PAKISTAN

Located in South Asia, Pakistan's southern region features a long coastline along the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman, while the rugged north is wildly mountainous. Pakistan is a country with some of the most varied geography in the world and a perfect candidate for nature holidays. Book your holiday package to Pakistan with Direct Flights today.

Pakistan

Pakistan is a country with some of the most varied geography in the world and a perfect candidate for nature holidays. Located in South Asia, its southern region features a long coastline along the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman, while the rugged north is wildly mountainous. The country also has a long and storied past as the home of the ancient Indus Valley civilisation, making it a perfect stop for archaeology buffs. And few places in the world can boast as many different cultural influences as Pakistan: over the course of time it's been invaded or colonised by the Aryans, Persians, Greeks, Arabs, Turks, Afghans, Mongols and British and been exposed to ancient Vedic, Persian, Indo-Greek, European and Muslim cultures. Now an independent Islamic state, Pakistan is poised on the brink of being a hot new travel location. Learn what the buzz is about- Let Direct Flights help you plan a cheap holiday to Pakistan.  Direct Flights offers cheap flights to Pakistan and complete Pakistan travel packages, including discount accommodation in Pakistan.

       
Pakistan is a country that has so much to offer visitors; it is mind boggling. You can drive along the Karakoram Highway following the ancient Silk Road through the endless peaks of the Karakoram Mountains, stroll through the former Mughal capital in Lahore, or wander the ancient bazaars of Quetta, visit the ruins of ancient civilisations or experience the cosmopolitan streets of Karachi. The widely diverse scenery of Pakistan ranges from the sandy beaches and mangrove swamps of the southern coast to the mountaineer's paradise found amidst the towering peaks of the rugged Himalaya, Karakoram and Hindu Kush mountain ranges of the north. Or if you prefer, you can visit the dry, hilly deserts of Balochistan, the rolling sand dunes of the Thar Desert, or the Tharparkar Desert in Sindh, the only fertile desert in the world.
       
Lahore isn't Pakistan's capital, but it's definitely the country's cultural and intellectual centre. If your passions include history and architecture, the Mughal monuments and British Raj colonial buildings that remain in Lahore are sure to please.  While you're in Lahore, be sure to take in the spectacle of the border closing ceremony, where Indian and Pakistani soldiers outrageously shout, sneer and stomp at each other during a daily ritualistic display of disdainful nationalism that's meant to entertain rather than intimidate. Islamabad and Rawalpindi are so near to each other they're commonly viewed as being twin cities, but with their separate ancestry and distinct personalities, they are far from identical twins. Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan and a recently-built city laid out in straight lines and right angles. Rawalpindi, on the other hand, grew from a sleepy village into a sprawling hub on the Grand Trunk Road during the 19th century. The two cities' personalities are rather like chalk and cheese: Islamabad is subdued and spacious with broad avenues and grassy parks; while Rawalpindi is much more typical of South Asia, with crowded, narrow streets and colourful hustle and bustle. Not far away are the fascinating archaeological digs near Taxila, where Graeco-Buddhist art evolved and flourished.   See it for yourself- Direct Flights books cheap flights to Pakistan and offers full holiday packages to Pakistan at the lowest prices.
       
Karachi is no longer Pakistan’s capital, but this mega-city on the Arabian Sea is the undisputed centre of the nation’s economy. Workers from across the country end up in Karachi, and as a result, it is one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities in Pakistan. The atmosphere of Peshawar, an archetypal walled frontier town at the foot of the Khyber Pass, is full of romance, intrigue and danger. But much of the region surrounding Peshawar is still ruled by tribal law, and although it's definitely worth a visit for the adventurous, a permit from the authorities is required. Direct Flights will set up all your travel arrangements, whether you'll be arriving in Pakistan from Australia, Germany or anywhere else in the world. It's fast and easy, and we'll even help you plan your trip!
       
International flights to Pakistan arrive at a variety of airports throughout the country, including Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, so cheap holidays to Pakistan can begin at any one of those cities. Discount travel to Pakistan is easy to book and readily available through Direct Flights. Direct Flights offers the best travel deals available, so you’ll save money.  With Direct Flights, it's so fast and easy you'll save time too. Booking your discount travel to Pakistan is just seconds away with Direct Flights, your online travel specialist.
       
        

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