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Popular Road Routes in Pakistan

Pakistan offers unique opportunities for road trips thanks to its diverse and breathtaking landscapes, from the mountain peaks to the coast. Here is an overview of the most famous routes for those who want to explore the country by car:

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Karakoram Highway (KKH): Karakoram Highway (KKH): also known as the eighth wonder of the world, this route passes through the Karakoram Range and connects Pakistan and China. Starting from Hunza and heading towards the Hunzalab Pass, the route offers spectacular mountain scenery and diverse culture of local villages.



Makran Coast: This route along the Arabian Sea coast connects Karachi and Gwadar and showcases the unique beauty of the region with spectacular sea views, desert landscapes and remote fishing villages.

Lahore-Islamabad Highway (M-2): one of the most convenient and fastest routes between Pakistan's two largest cities, offering quality road surfaces and beautiful views of the countryside and historical monuments.

Narang-Kagan Highway: This route allows you to enjoy the beauty of the Kagan Valley with its scenic mountain rivers, green meadows and surrounding mountains. Summer is an ideal time to travel and most parts of the road are accessible.

Chitral to Giligit Road: designed for the adventurous traveller, this route passes through remote areas, offers views of majestic mountains and passes such as the Shandur Pass, and allows you to experience the culture of the local nomads.

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Road trips in Pakistan require careful planning and sensitivity to local conditions, especially as climate and road conditions can be variable. However, preparation and care on the road will open you up to unforgettable experiences and the hospitality that characterises this unique country.

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