Geographically, Pakistan is in the northern plateau region. So, it is not only the high mountains which is the typical nature, but also several glaciers which can be tens of kilometers away. Among these are the Siachen glacier [72 km], Batura [64 km], Hispar [61 km], and Biafo [64 km]. Glacier area is often used for sports ski tourists and train dogs.
With a panoramic blend of culture with nature, Pakistan is known as “the land a thousand adventures.” Highlands in the north to lowland areas in the south, the city of Karachi, which borders the Arabian Sea making Pakistan a choice for tourists who love adventure.
Every year, especially during vacations, many travelers from various countries visited Pakistan only for trekking, rafting, hunting wild boar, and safari. Wildlife can be found in this country. These animals mingled with the beauty of the flora in snowy areas, forests, and vegetation along the shoreline area of Karachi. Meanwhile, tourists who want to sail into the Arabian Sea off worthy of Karachi coast, if lucky; they can find blue whales, considered the world’s largest mammals.
Understandably, Karachi has an international class airport. Many foreign airlines chose Karachi as an international transit flights. In addition to the city of Karachi, tourists would not be difficult to conduct flights to the city of Islamabad and Lahore. The condition they have to fly from Bangkok, Dubai, Jeddah, Beijing, London, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Paris, and New York. With many access flights from several cities around the world, Pakistan is worth mentioning tourist magnet in South Asia.