Internal and foreign tourism in Pakistan recorded a sharp rise over the past few years. It is because of its breathtaking beauty, rich cultural heritage and hospitable people. Part of the credit also goes to the fast-growing transport system. This includes domestic and international transport.
The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation organizes tours for travelers. They not only set the fare, but also organized housing. This is one way to get around the country. However, if you're an avid traveler who likes to find their way on their own, you should be well versed with affordable travel option. Here is a brief guide to Pakistan.
Asian country has a broad international and domestic air network. It has 134 airports, 11 of which – the international airports. Popular airlines such as Etihad, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Kuwait Airways and Saudi Saudi Arabian Airlines, engaged in international transport, which connects the main countries with Pakistan. There are flights to the United Kingdom, Pakistan and London – Pakistan. Lahore, Peshawar and Islamabad – the major international gateways.
Several airlines have cheap flights on domestic routes. Pakistan International Airlines, Air Blue, Aero Asia International and Shaheen Air International – some of the companies that dominate the domestic air transport. It connects the major cities, including Islamabad, Karachi, Multan, Lahore, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Sukkur and Quetta. Air transport – a cost-effective option for long-haul travel. You can provide cheap flights to Pakistan if the visit in the off-season.
You can also be reached by train. It has far common rail network. The railway not only connects the cities in the country, but also connects it with the neighboring countries, mainly India and Iran. Pakistan Railways have national and local rail services. Ticket prices are acceptable; However, the book will have ahead of time. There are different classes of passengers to meet a variety of budgets. Students and foreign tourists can take advantage of discounts on local railway routes from the Tourism Development Corporation.
Compared to the railway network lines developed at a faster pace. There is a highway linking Pakistan with China and Afghanistan. You can go down, but the journey usually takes a long time. Narrow winding roads also show frequent traffic bottlenecks.
Car Rental – inexpensive and flexible alternative to the local transport within cities. This saves time. It is also a great option when traveling to the countryside or village, where public transport is not enough. You can hire a car with a driver or a car without a driver. Please contact your local travel agency; they will help you to rent a vehicle to explore franchising companies at competitive prices.
Bus – the safest, cheapest and most convenient mode of transport. Private companies also carry out a bus service between major cities. Taxis, jeeps, vans, trucks and rickshaws also carry passengers between the cities. They stand at bus and go after collect passengers. Rickshaws are not allowed in Islamabad