Best places to visit in Pakistan | Top 30 tourist places in Pakistan reviewed

During the whole year and especially in the summer season, many people want to visit Pakistan and they search for the best places to visit in Pakistan, Pakistan has a great potential for tourism. It is a country of natural beauty, having outstanding mountain peaks, lush green valleys, archaeological sites and cultural and historical sites.


Best places to visit in Pakistan

Here we will present to you the top 30 places to visit in Pakistan with their features:

  1. Mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam

Mazar e Quaid

Mausoleum of Quaid-i-Azam is the place which is known as the final resting place of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The mausoleum is located in the center of Karachi city.

It is clad in white marble and has curved arches and copper grills. It is located in a 53-hectare park. The building is constructed at a 4 meter high platform having a footprint of 75 by 75 meters with 43 meter height. 

If you are in Karachi, you must visit the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam to see a beautiful view of this building.

  1. Badshahi Mosque

Badshahi Masjid

Badshahi mosque made it to 2nd number in the list of best places to visit in Pakistan. It is in situated in Lahore city, and it is one of the best places one should visit in Pakistan. The mosque was built by Emperor Aurangzeb during the Mughal rule in the sub-continent in 1671.

Badshahi mosque is the largest mosque of the Mughal era and second largest in Pakistan having a capacity of 56000 people at one time.

This mosque is visited by thousands of visitors from across the world and country every year.

  1. Moen-Jo-Daro

Moen Jo Daro

It is an archaeological site in the Sindh province of Pakistan. Moen-Jo-Daro means ‘Mound of Dead’.It was built around 2500CE in ancient Indus Valley Civilization.

It was built with outstanding engineering and urban planning. The houses were built with burnt bricks having a drainage system

After visiting this place you will realize that the people of this town were well urban planners even 5000 years ago. 

  1. Shahi Qila (Lahore Fort)

Shahi Qila

It is a fortress in Lahore Punjab. This fort spreads over 20 hectares of land. It was built during the Mughal era under Emperor AKBAR THE GREAT. Subsequent Mughal emperors also added to the beauty of this fortress.

The fort is divided into two sections. The first section was for administrative purposes and the second was for residential purposes.

It is a great attraction for visitors in Lahore and visited by a number of visitors each year

5.Ranikot Fort

Ranikot Fort

Ranikot fort is in Jamshoro district of Sindh province of Pakistan. Like there is a wall of China in China, we have THE GREAT WALL OF SINDH which is Ranikot Fort. It is one of the most visited places in Sindh.

Ranikot fort is the largest fort in the world as it is 31 kilometers long. It attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. If you are interested in ancient work must visit this place

  1. Clifton Beach

Clifton Beach

Clifton Beach is located in Karachi city of Sindh province on the Arabian Sea. It is a silver sand beach with a beautiful sea view.

Clifton Beach offers many leisure activities including horse riding, camel riding and many other activities. Many people visit Clifton only for its amazing Sunset View.

  1. Makli Necropolis

Makli Nercopolis

Makli Necropolis is one of the largest cemeteries in the world. It spread over an area of 10 kilometers in Thatta district of Sindh.

The Necropolis houses approximately 1 million tombs built during the last 400 years. This site was given a status of UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE in 1981.

  1. Gorakh Hill Station

Gorakh Hill Station

Gorakh Hill is one of the tourist places which is situated on one of the highest plateaus. Its elevation is 5689 feet and area is 2500 acres.

Gorakh Hill Station is located 94 kilometers northwest of Dadu city in the Kirthar Mountains. In winter its climate falls negative. It attacks thousands of tourists from Pakistan and all over the world.

  1. Minar-e-Pakistan

Minar e Pakistan

Minar-e-Pakistan is a national monument built on the site where the Lahore Resolution was passed for the Pakistan movement in 1940. It is a 62 meters high tower.

Minar-e-Pakistan is also surrounded by beautiful parks with marble fountains and an artificial lake. The tower base was shaped like a flower. It is also known as “ Liberty Tower of Pakistan”.

  1. Hunza Valley

Hunza Valley

Situated at an elevation of 7999 feet, and located in Gilgit district, Hunza is the most beautiful place in Pakistan.

The snow-covered peaks and lush green valley of Hunza attracts thousands of visitors all the year.

  1. Attabad Lake 

Attabad Lake

In 2010, a massive landslide in Hunza district created the Attabad lake. It is 21 kilometers long.

Attabad lake has become one of the biggest tourist sites in Northern areas of Pakistan , offering activities like boating, jet skiing and fishing .

  1. Satpara Lake

Satpara Lake

Satpara lake is a natural lake situated at an elevation of 8650 feet in Skardu. It spread over an area of 2.5 square kilometers. The lake is 3.5 kilometers long.

Satpara lake provides many recreational activities like boating , fishing etc. Every year,  hundreds of tourists visit this beautiful lake.

  1. Murree


Murree is a mountain resort in the Galyat region of Rawalpindi district .  It has a snowy winter which attracts thousands of visitors every year.

Tourist attractions include Patriata which is famous for chairlifts, Ayubia which comprises four hill stations and many more. If you are in the capital of Pakistan, you must visit this place.

  1. Nathia Gali 

Nathia Gali

Nathia Gali is a mountain resort hill station in Abbottabad district. It is located at the centre of Galyat range at an elevation of 7910 feet.

There are beautiful sceneries, hiking tracks, and pleasant weather in Nathia Gali. It is a huge attraction for tourists every year especially in summer.

  1. Chitral Valley

Chitral Valley

Chitral valley situated in Chitral district. It is one the most visited and most beautiful places of Pakistan.  7,700 meters high Tirich Mir mountain is in Chitral district.

This valley also has many other beautiful visiting places like Garam Chashma, Kalash valley and Shandor pass. It attracts a huge number of foreign and domestic visitors each year.

  1. Saif-ul-Muluk Lake

Lake Saiful Muluk

Located at an elevation of 10577 feet, Saif-ul-Muluk lake is a mountainous lake in the Kaghan Valley in Saiful Muluk National Park.

The lake is famous for its scenic beauty and it offers many recreational activities like fishing. It attracts a great number of visitors every year.

  1. Multan City 

Multan City

Multan is a major cultural centre of southern Punjab situated on the bank of river Chenab. Multan is a hub of many old archaeological sites of Indus Valley Civilization.

Multan is famous for its large number of Sufi shrines  like  Shrine of Hazrat Baha-ud-din Zakariya , Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam, Mausoleum of Shah Ali Akbar , Shrine of Shamsuddin Sabzwari and tomb of Shah Gardez.

  1. Fort Munro 

Fort Munro

Fort Munro is a hill station. It is located in southern Punjab in Sulaiman Mountain Range. Fort Munro is situated at an elevation hight of 6,470 feet. It also has a waterfall which adds the place’s beauty.

Fort Munro attracts a huge number of visitors every year especially in summer owing to its cold climate and natural beauty.

If you are in southern Punjab, you must pay a visit to this place.

  1. Faisal Mosque Islamabad

Faisal Masjid

There are many beautiful and large mosques in Pakistan and Faisal mosque is the one of the largest mosques of Pakistan. It is located in Islamabad the capital city of Pakistan. Faisal mosque has also been awarded the title of national mosque of pakistan

The shape of this mosque is like a Bedouin tent, which is surrounded by four 260 feet tall minarets. It spreads over an area of 54,000 square feet land. It is so large that 300,000 worshippers can offer prayers and worship at a time.

Faisal mosque is a major tourist attraction in Pakistan especially in Islamabad. Recently the mosque started attracting foreign visitors too. 

  1. Daman-e-Koh Islamabad

Daman-e-koh is among the best tourist places in Pakistan. It is a viewing point and hill station in Islamabad. Here you can have a beautiful view of the capital city from the top.

Daman-e-koh is a popular destination of the residents of Islamabad and tourists of the capital also.

  1. Margalla Hills

Margalla Hills

The Margalla Hills is a hill range situated in the north of Islamabad. There are many trees on Margalla Hills which belong to 300 species. The Margalla Hills is a beautiful place for bird watchers. The area is home to a large number of birds which includes larks, robins, golden oriole, peregrine falcon, laggar falcon and many more.

It attracts thousands of visitors from across Pakistan and the world too. Margalla Hills are the most beautiful places among the best places to visit in Pakistan.

  1. Gol Masjid Karachi

Gol Masjid

Tooba mosque is famously known as Gol Masjid, situated in DHA Karachi. The mosque is the largest single-dome mosque in the world. There isn’t any pillar in its central prayer hall.

The mosque has the capacity to accommodate 5000 worshippers at a single time. It is a great attraction for visitors from all over the world.

  1. Churna Island Karachi

Churna Island

Churna Island is a small uninhabited island in the Arabian Sea in Karachi. It is famous for scuba diving because of the presence of a wide variety of marine life and different kinds of coral reef.

Churna Island is a famous fishing spot. It also provides many recreational activities to tourists such as scuba diving, free diving, underwater photography, knee boarding and many more.

  1. Hawke’s Bay Beach

Hawks Bay Beach

Hawke’s Bay is a beach located some 20 kilometers from Karachi. It provides to its visitors a number of activities like swimming, camel riding, horse riding and many other recreational activities.

The beach also provides a chance to see different kinds of turtles during winter months like Green Sea Turtle and many other species.

Hawke’s Bay beach is visited by thousands of visitors from across the country especially from Karachi in the summer season during vacations.

  1. Hiran Minar Sheikhupura

Hiran Minar

Hiran Minar is a Mughal era complex located in Sheikhupura district of Punjab. It was built in the honor of Jahangir’s antelope named Mansraj at a site of a game reserve.

The complex also has a massive pool of 229 by 273 meters at the centre of the complex which adds its beauty. It is visited by a huge number of visitors each year.

  1. Bhurban


Bhurban is a hill station, particularly a resort town situated near Murree in Punjab. It is located at an elevation of 6000 feet which makes it one the beautiful places of Pakistan.

Bhurban is a famous tourist destination with distinct flora and fauna species. These species of flora and fauna are not found in any other region of Pakistan which is a distinct feature of this place.

Bhurban has a wide range of facilities like the ‘5 Star’ Pearl Continent Hotel, Mount Pleasant Apartments and many more. It attracts a large number of domestic and foreign visitors every year.

  1. Katas Raj Temples

Katas Raj Temple

The Katas Raj Temples are a complex of interconnected Hindu temples by a walking distance. These temples are surrounded by a pond called Katas which adds in the beauty of this place

The Katas Raj Temples located near Kallar Kahar, a famous town. It is visited by thousands of visitors especially by Hindu people each year.

  1. Faiz Mahal 

Faiz Mahal

The Faiz Mahal is a palace in  Khairpur  Sindh. It was built by Mir Sohrab Khan, a Talpur dynasty ruler of Sindh in 1798. It is one of the beautiful palaces of Pakistan.

The Faiz Mahal has outstanding flora and fauna safe haven which is called Mehrano reserve, famous for its black buck and hog deer.

  1. Tomb of Jahangir

Tomb of Jahangir

The tomb of Jahangir is the Mughal era mausoleum built for Emperor Jahangir. It is located in Shahdara Bagh in Lahore. The tomb was built in 1637 AD.

Tomb of Jahangir is also surrounded by a large park which increases its beauty. It is visited by a huge number of visitors each year from Pakistan and the world also.

  1. Pakistan Monument 

Pakistan Monument

The Pakistan Monument is a national monument situated in Islamabad. It is one the most beautiful places of Pakistan. It spreads on an area of 6.9 acres of land.

The monument was constructed to symbolize the unity of Pakistan people. It attracts a large number of visitors each year.



So, you have now got to know about the 30 best places to visit in Pakistan, we will leave it to you that which is your best tourist point among these all and which tourist location you will visit the frist.

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