How to travel to Pakistan


In March of 2023, Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior has set up an electronic visa platform for 192 countries tourist intending to visit Pakistan. The creation of the e-visa platform is the latest step by the government of Pakistan to attract foreign tourists to Pakistan, with the aim of promoting the tourism sector within the country and modernizing Pakistan’s image as a tourist destination on the world map.

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Overland from China

The Khunjerab Pass is open (weather permitting) from the 1st of May till the 31st of October. Customs, immigration and health formalities at the border post, Sost, can be completed daily from 9 till 11 am for outgoing travelers and up to 4 pm for incoming travelers. Daily NATCO buses and private transport connect Tashkurgan with Sost.


Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the national carrier and numerous international airlines list Pakistan as a destination and have offices in Pakistan and abroad. Additionally there are various domestic airlines as well such as Serene Air, Air Blue connecting 38 domestic airports with daily flights. PIA has daily flights linking the northern tourist towns of Gilgit, Skardu and Chitral with Islamabad and additionally Chitral with Peshawar. All flights to the northern region are subject to weather conditions.

Overland from India

The only land border open between India and Pakistan is the Wagah border, between Amritsar and Lahore, open for foreigners seven days a week. A visa is required for both countries.

Overland from Iran

The border is open only at Taftan, from 9 am till 1 pm and 2 till 5 pm. Seven buses travel between Taftan and Quetta in Baluchistan, with a one way trip lasting approximately 18 hours. Please check the travel advisory for Pakistan before travelling.