Journals Pakistan

The Karakoram Highway from Islamabad to Hunza

Created by baroudeur2004 on September 23, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Travelling the Karakoram Highway to Hunza Valley, home to the descendants of Alexander the Great.

Peshawar and Beyond

Created by baroudeur2004 on September 21, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

The ultimate destination for adventurous backpackers and their friends.

Mughals in Lahore

Created by baroudeur2004 on September 21, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Four days in Lahore to have an introduction to Mughal architecture.

Pakistan, the New Frontier

Created by baroudeur2004 on September 20, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Home to Bautch and Pashto tribes, is Pakistan the new frontier for adventurous backpackers?

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Come on Trip for Eid Holidays

Created by rafiqgreat on December 1, 2009

1 Review

This is my description here goes to independant areas for innocent enjoying here



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Partying in Paki

Created by anum on July 30, 2006

3 Reviews

I go to Pakistan about once every 2 years to visit my family. I love coming here because of the great weather and the cheap prices.

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In search of Beggars in Peshawar City

Created by hamdardy on June 14, 2006

1 Review

We walk all over the city to find some beggar but failed.

The Silk Road - After Marco Polo (part one)

Created by themymble on December 8, 2002

5 Reviews
1 Story

Feeling blue and full of flu one Sunday teatime in February, I booked myself on to an expedition with Exodus. It started in Islamabad, Pakistan, and took me along the notorious Karakorum highway, and over the highest road pass in the world.

Pakistan's Swat Valley

Created by Overlander on September 11, 2001

3 Reviews
1 Story

Pakistan, to my mind, is Asia's best kept secret. This is especially true of the mountainous north, and Swat is one of its treasures.

Discovering Peshawar

Created by fluppe on July 8, 2001

9 Reviews

Peshawar was the last Highlight on a great adventure Silk Road trip which started in Uzbekistan, via Kazachstan, Kyrgystan, China and finally Pakistan.

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