Pakistan is home to some of the most amazing scenery on the Asian continent, as well as wide range of cultures all of whom pride themselves on their hospitality. Travellers to Pakistan will be rewarded with a rich archaeological heritage that reflects the influences of Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam on Pakistan's history. You can find a number of cheap flight deals to Pakistan with dealchecker, so you can enjoy this wonderful country on a budget
Currently PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) is the only airline with direct flights to Pakistan from the UK. They fly direct from London, Birmingham and Manchester to Islamabad, or you can fly direct to Karachi from London. It is possible to fly indirect from a wide range of airports like Glasgow, Birmingham, Newcastle and Belfast. To give to a guide to times, it takes just under eight hours to fly to Pakistan if you're flying direct. Use the dealchecker flight search to find a selection of cheap flights.
To find the cheapest Pakistan flights consider when you fly. The months between March and October usually see the hottest weather and it can be uncomfortably hot in many low lying areas. The North and Kashmir are usually comfortable during May to October whilst the trekking season runs from April to October. Avoid travelling during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan - you'll have a hard job finding a bargain on Pakistan flights and especially on Islamabad hotels too.
Once you've booked your cheap flights to Pakistan you're faced with a world of opportunity from your holiday destination. Mountaineering is especially popular among visitors to Pakistan, and you'll find many tour operators offering guided tours into the Himalayas. You can access the infamous K2 from Pakistan, though of course that climb is not for the inexperienced. The Himalayas mountain range provide the opportunity for other adventures too with water-sports and incredible trekking, whilst the cities offer the traveller a unique opportunity to see the hustle and bustle as the old and mingled with the new.
Not all areas of Pakistan are safe to tourists, so make sure that you check the Foreign Office website for travel advice and the latest updates on Pakistan's political situation.