Looking for a beautiful holiday destination – Flights to Pakistan might be your answer

 

What do you think of when you think of a holiday to Pakistan? Is it rolling hills, stunning architecture or beaches – or all three? Tickets to Pakistan offer the opportunity to create the holiday that satisfies a number of your holiday priorities.

 

Flights to Pakistan open a world of opportunities

 

With flights leaving from across the UK across the week, you’ll be spoilt for choice for your next break away. Looking to plan your itinerary? We’ve got you covered with some key destinations within a reasonable distance of major airports.

 

Clifton Beach

 

Clifton Beach

 

Also known as Sea View, this beach is situated on the Arabian Sea and is the place to watch the sunset if you’re visiting Karachi. Clifton Beach is particularly popular for its camel rides and is enjoyed by families and groups of friends alike. With flights to Pakistan direct from the UK, you could land at Jinnah International Airport and be just 30 mins away from the sand under your toes at Clifton Beach.

 

Margalla Hills National Park

 

Margalla Hills National Park

 

Just an hour from Islamabad airport (and just 40 minutes out of the bustling city), you will find Margalla Hills National Park, an extensive site filled with animal and bird life. Established in 1980, it is a relatively young area and is the third-largest national park in Pakistan. What makes this such a beautiful site worth buying tickets to Pakistan for? Well, this is the opportunity to have a birds-eye view of what is arguably one of the most attractive cities in the world. As well as the lush surroundings of nature, the site is also home to top-quality food destinations. A must-do if you’re planning a trip to Islamabad.

 

Badshahi Mosque

 

Badshahi Mosque

 

Lahore could be argued to be the cultural capital of Pakistan, and with that comes a recommendation to visit the Badshahi Mosque, which is just 30 minutes from Allama Iqbal International Airport. Until 1986, it was the largest mosque in the world and is considered to be one of the most iconic landmarks in Lahore. Constructed by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, it is an example of that particular era’s architecture. The mosque’s exterior is decorated with carved red sandstone, which is inlaid with marble. It is almost like a scene from Aladdin come to life, with a fairytale quality to the beautiful structure. The scale of this important piece of history cannot be underestimated, with the prayer room designed to hold up to 10,000 worshippers at a time.

 

Fairy Meadows

 

Fairy Meadows

 

As magical as its name, Fairy Meadows is a base site in the Nanga Parbat mountain range. Tourist season at Fairy Meadows lasts six months, April through to September, and those who make the trek to the area can expect breath-taking mountain views, lush green grass and dense forestry. Although beautiful, there is excitement to be had, too with the jeep ride to access Fairy Meadows being described as ‘white knuckle’. Views upon arrival make absolutely everything worth it. Fairy Meadows can be accessed via local flights from Islamabad.

 

Our friendly consultants at Southall Travel are on hand to help you buy tickets to Pakistan, which will see you boarding and on your way to beautiful destinations in no time at all.

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