The modern state of Pakistan, formed in 1947 after
the partition of British India, is little visited
compared to its Indian Motherland. Martial law as
well as tribal warfare characterises much of Pakistan's
interior - but there are many places safe to visit
where you can discover some of the most breathtaking
sights in all of the Asian world and experience genuine
Coca Cola free independent travel.
With the Karakoram and Great Himalaya amongst
Pakistan's mighty mountain ranges, Pakistan is the
undiscovered Asian gem of serious mountaineering.
Trek the stunning modern built Karakoram Highway
all the way to China or scale K2, the 2nd largest
mountain in the world.
From the mysterious Khyber Pass to the extraordinary
bazaars in Peshawar and Lahore; from
rich Buddhist history and ancient Mesopotamian civilization
of Moenjodaro through to the ultra modern day
Shah Faisal mosque in Islamabad, the largest
Mosque in the world; Pakistan is a true mix of ancient
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