Rich & Diverse Landscape

The rich and diverse landscapes of Pakistan

Pakistan amazes the visitors with its immense diversity of landscape. From sandy beaches to soaring peaks, from deserts to plateaus, from rivers to plains, every element contributes to the geo and biodiversity of the land, augmenting its charm.

Pakistan’s landscape features the world’s highest mountain ranges, the Himalayas, the Karakoram, and the Hindukush. These mountain ranges proffer the land with some of the world’s highest summits as K-2, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum, and Masherbrum.
The expenses of the coastal areas of Sindh and Baluchistan along the Arabian Sea include Karachi and Gwadar as prominent settlements.
The vast expanses of the Thar Desert in Sindh and Punjab along with the world’s second-highest cold desert, Sarfaranga in Gilgit Baltistan mark the diversity of landscape in the country.
The river systems include Jhelum, Sutlej, Beas, Chenab, Ravi, and Indus, running as arteries across the land.

The enchanting valleys of Skardu, Hunza, and Hushe in Gilgit Baltistan, Soon Sakesar valley in Punjab, Naran, Swat and Bahrain in KPK, Chamman and Quetta in Balochistan compel a traveler to choose Pakistan as the next travel destination.
AJ & Kashmir is heaven on earth with its unrivaled natural beauty supplemented by the rivers flowing through its verdant valleys.
Another astounding feature of the country is the natural and man-made lakes you can find no matter where you go. A few of these lakes are Hanna Lake Quetta, Uchhali Lake Khushab, Keenjhar Lake Thatta, Saif-ul-Malook Lake Naran, Sheosar Lake Skardu, and Ratti Galley Neelam valley.