Is Pakistan Safe? Crime Rates & Safety Report

Updated On November 7, 2023
Safety Index:
* Based on Research & Crime Data
User Sentiment:
* Rated 66 / 100 based on 68 user reviews.

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Pakistan is a large country located in South-Central Asia and is also a part of the Greater Middle East Region.

It has a coastline along the Arabian Sea, and its neighbors are Afghanistan to the west and northwest, Iran to the southwest, The Republic of India to the east, and China to the northeast.

Geographically, Pakistan is extremely diverse.

It’s actually a country where you can find all kinds of geological structures.

It has something for all kinds of tourists: the sea, desert areas (Sindh & Punjab), mountains covered with vegetation (North West Province), bare mountains (Balochistan), icy and snowy mountains, rivers, waterfalls, forests, etc.

What attracts most tourists is the fact that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan contain the mountain ranges of the Himalayas, the Karakoram, and the Hindu Kush which are world-known.

A special treat for travelers is seeing Pakistan’s highest point, K2, at 8,611m – the second highest peak in the world.

Warnings & Dangers in Pakistan

Overall Risk


With extreme poverty crushing the country, it is no wonder that Pakistan isn't safe for travelers, as both petty and violent crimes took over the streets of the country. Be extremely careful if you're planning on visiting Pakistan.

Transport & Taxis Risk


No form of transportation is safe in Pakistan. Tourists are advised to take be extra careful at the airport itself. Avoid all forms of public transportation including taxis and buses: if at all possible, arrange with the people you're staying with to pick you up from the airport.

Pickpockets Risk


Petty street crime is a serious issue in Pakistan and tourists are strongly advised against carrying valuables with them while on the streets: passports, bank cards, bags, jewelry, laptops, mobile phones, iPads and anything else you can think of is of extreme value to any pickpocket in Pakistan, since there is a large black market for all of these items, especially for passports whether forged or stolen.

Natural Disasters Risk


As for natural disasters, Pakistan is susceptible to a couple of them that have hit in the past, like earthquakes, floods, and tsunamis. Monitor the situation and follow the advice from the authorities.

Mugging Risk


Violent crime rates are also high in Pakistan, and this includes armed robbery, robbery, carjacking, kidnappings, home invasion, and even murder. These are all common, especially in major urban areas.

Terrorism Risk


Terrorists are very likely to try and carry out attacks in Pakistan. The biggest threat comes from Tehrik-e Taleban Pakistan, which is an umbrella organization of groups based in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas. TTP carry out attacks throughout Pakistan, and the attacks are usually carried out using Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), including suicide attacks.

Scams Risk


There are scammers in Pakistan trying to take advantage of tourists, and the situation with scams is similar as in any other country. Be wary when handling money and of anyone trying to distract you. Taxi drivers might try to trick you into paying more, giving you wrongful information about the price of the ride.

Women Travelers Risk


Women shouldn't let their guard down in Pakistan. This isn't a safe country for anyone to be alone in, and this applies to women too. Apply all precaution measures at all times and avoid dark and empty streets and locations.

So... How Safe Is Pakistan Really?

The biggest issue for foreigners in Pakistan, when it comes to safety, is that this country has suffered from several bomb attacks during the last couple of years, and they were aimed against security forces, so called western institutions.

Apart from that, its former prime minister Benazir Bhutto has been publically assassinated upon her return from exile, and all of this has brought great turmoil to this country.

There is a great risk of attacks that usually occur after military actions against the Taliban.

Before traveling to Pakistan, check the situation in the state with your embassy, and consult them about the forbidden and dangerous areas.

For example, one of the off-limits areas for foreigners is the line of control between Pakistan-administered Kashmir and the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.

You should also avoid the Federally Administered Tribal Areas and all regions near the sensitive Afghan border since the Pakistan government has almost no authority there and they can’t help you if you end up in an emergency.

As for crime, you should avoid going out at night altogether as you might get mugged, robbed, or scammed, especially in Karachi, a city known for its high crime rates.

Tourists are also strongly advised against visiting political gatherings, as – though it’s a country filled with friendly people – these gatherings might escalate into a protest that can turn violent and in some cases deadly.

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Useful Information



Most countries do need a visa in order to enter Pakistan. Some travelers can get a visa on arrival if traveling as part of a group tour, or for business. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months past your stay in Pakistan. If you are not sure about your visa status, visit which will let you know whether or not you need a visa based on your nationality and the country you want to visit.



The Pakistani rupee is the official currency in Pakistan. There are ATMs in Lahore and Islamabad and they accept foreign credit cards. Top-end establishments accept credit cards, but you are advised to bring cash with you.



Weather in Pakistan can be divided into three seasons: winter, that lasts from November to March, which is warm and affected by sea breezes on the coast, summer that lasts from April to July, with extreme temperatures and the monsoon season that lasts from July to September, with plenty of precipitation upon the hills.



Jinnah International Airport is the largest and busiest international airport in Pakistan. It is located in Karachi, the largest city in Pakistan.

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Pakistan Weather Averages (Temperatures)

Jan 11° C
Feb 14° C
Mar 18° C
Apr 23° C
May 29° C
Jun 31° C
Jul 30° C
Aug 29° C
Sep 27° C
Oct 23° C
Nov 17° C
Dec 13° C
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Pakistan - Safety by City

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68 Reviews on Pakistan

  1. nothing is true

    pakistan is safe and beautiful

    1. Would you take your family with you?

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        Brian Adam says:

        Yes, Family trip is more fun!

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        Naveed Pasha says:

        Go visit modern Pakistan.

        In Pakistan, there are 12 International and 35 Domestic Airports excluding military airfields and small aerodromes. There are 12 International Airlines currently flying to Pakistan every single day, 13 if you include the national carrier PIA. These flights amongst returning Pakistanis bring hundreds if not thousands of foreigners visiting Pakistan for the first time. I visit Pakistan every year with my family without any trouble. Pakistan has the second-highest mountain in the World K2 along with other highest peaks in the World such as Rakaposhi, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum l, etc. etc. Please visit and see the British High Commissioner for Pakistan Christian Turner skiing in Pakistan this month (February 2020). Visit here to see Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoying their 5 days recent visit to Pakistan. Alexander the Great visited in 300 BC, when will you go? There are descendants of Greek Soldiers who fought for Alexander the Great living in Northern Pakistan today (established through DNA testing by the Greek Government).. enjoy Pakistan.

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      farooq majeed says:

      lies bad transport , too many men . women well hidden . only northern parts nice difficult to get too . there airlines have fake pilots do google .average food .over kind dont charge so one can praise them . the heritage sites badly kept . not worth the risk .

      1. You are a disgrace, completely out of mind and quite passimistic. Pakistan has rich culture, and food, people are friendly and nice. Of course there is poverty but street crimes/ Rapes are not high (if you compare with USA or other poor countries) Its possible that you are one of typical coconuts but that is fine. Fact is, if you do not like Pakistan, do not go there, I wil go as I love that country..

    3. All the risks indicated in the article can be found in every part of the world.

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      Laurence Leblanc says:

      100% safe for womens

      I have traveled pakistan twice im a single women who traveled alone i did go through anything like this everyone is so welcoming there are spreading fake rumours about Pakistan!!

  2. Just for Muslims

    It’s only safe to muslims, if jews for example will come to visit I don’t envy them.

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      Anonymous says:

      a Jew on youtube came to visit and he loved it

      1. X
        Xavier Lauzac says:

        What YouTuber?

        Drew Binsky?

    2. I do not agree with the comments, it is based on racism & religion and not the fact.

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      Nizam-ud-din says:

      You are welcome in Pakistan

      Your statement is 100% incorrect . We respect our guest without considering their religion . Just respect the local cultural & ethics. Pakistan is the most welcoming country in the world beside the overall rumors and so called terrorism we have the 98% of the country is as safe as it can be considered by any foreign national . Please do check the feedbacks from all the youtubers visited Pakistan specially solo woman , It will satisfactory for any new comer.

      You are welcome in Pakistan .

  3. Pakistan is Safe for Everyone

    This Article is total Shit, must be wrote by an Indian …better search youtube videos of Tourism in Pakistan as Pakistan is like Heaven on Earth

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      Rationality says:

      You people blame Indians for everything lol. Pakistan has frequent terrorist attacks, a whole bunch of tourists were massacred while mountain climbing and kidnappings are frequent. Pakistan isn’t heaven on earth, even for Pakis. Please don’t lie to potential tourists because you’re desperate for tourism. You don’t care if they get kidnapped or killed as long as you get tourism money.

      1. #PakistanZindabad #JaiHind

        Rationality Pakistanis blame Indians and Indians blame Pakistanis. If you look at the review on this site of India it’s not great and in the comments their blaming Pakistanis for it. None of us should blame each other for the hatred western media gives. Pakistan DOES NOT have ‘frequent’ terrorist attacks however Pakistan has been subjected to terrorist attacks in the past since 2001 but that is no longer a problem. But what is ‘frequent’ is all the people who are kidnapped and killed in India where 67 WOMEN ARE RAPED DAILY. And yes if you watch Pakistan tourism videos on youtube then visitors DO NOT WANT TO LEAVE and some even begin to live there like George Fulton from Manchester England (search Pakistani George on youtube) who married the girl he fell in love with Kiran a Pakistani journalist and TV presenter, and Shaniera Thompson from Australia (now Shaniera Akram after she married Wasim Akram the Pakistani Cricketer) this is all purely because of our kindness, generosity and hospitality so, yes, we do care. And with that said much love from Pakistan to everyone around the world. Pakistanis are not just out to get tourism money, if you watch ‘Mark Wiens’ channel on YouTube he has different videos of places he’s been to in Pakistan and in most of the videos especially because he’s a tourist he says that the people won’t let him pay even when he stops the camera, which is what you’ll find other people on YouTube who have visited Pakistan saying.
        Also Pakistan is heaven on earth and here are a few places to search on google:

        Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan
        Fairy Meadows Pakistan
        Hunza Valley Pakistan
        Attabad Lake (Hunza Valley Pakistan)
        K2 Mountain/K2 Base Camp Pakistan
        Naltar Ski Resort Pakistan
        Shandur Pass/Shandur Polo Ground Pakistan
        Deosai National Park Pakistan
        Sheosar Lake (Deosai National Park Pakistan)
        Skardu Pakistan
        City of saints/Shrine of Shah Rukn-e-Alam Multan Pakistan
        Katpana Desert Balochistan Pakistan
        Kharan Desert Balochistan Pakistan
        Thal Desert Punjab Pakistan
        Cholistan Desert/Derewar Fort Pakistan
        Kalash Valleys Chitral District Pakistan
        Mohenjo-Daro Site Sindh Pakistan
        Salt Range Pakistan
        Khewra Salt Mines Pakistan
        Makran Coastal Highway
        Astola Island Pakistan
        Gwadar Beach Balochistan Pakistan
        Pasni Beach Balochistan Pakistan
        Ormara Beach Balochistan Pakistan
        Sonmiani Beach Balochistan Pakistan
        Paradise Point Karachi Pakistan
        Naran Pakistan
        Kaghan Valley Pakistan
        Saif-ul-Maluk Lake (Saif-ul-Maluk National Park Pakistan)
        Kunhar River Pakistan
        Nathia Gali Pakistan
        Azad Kashmir Pakistan
        Neelum Valley (Azad Kashmir Pakistan)
        Ratti Gali/ Ratti Gali Lake Neelum Valley (Azad Kashmir Pakistan)
        Shalimar Bagh Lahore Pakistan
        Lahore Fort Pakistan
        Badshahi Mosque Lahore Pakistan
        Rawal Lake Islamabad Pakistan
        Minar-e-Pakistan Monument Lahore Pakistan
        Daman-e-Koh Islamabad Pakistan
        Pakistan Monument Islamabad Pakistan
        Faisal Mosque Islamabad Pakistan

        Just to name a few 🙂

        #Jai Hind🧡🤍💚 💗💗💗
        #Pakistan Zindabad🤍💚🤍 💖💖💖

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          PakistanBest says:


          Pakistan is the best I live in canada also I was born in pakistan
          I’d rather got to Pakistan then canada

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        Myles George says:

        Pakistan are totally safe for tourist and have best tourist destinations

        It’s totally wrong to say about Pakistan 🇵🇰, I visited Pakistan in 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2017,2018, and 2019. I didn’t face any hardship that you have mentioned above.
        I almost visited every city in Pakistan. From Gwadar and Karachi to Skardu and Khunjerab.
        Everyone in Pakistan is hospitable and respects foreign tourists.
        I trekked in the Karakoram mountains and Himalayan mountains.
        It’s totally wrong to say Pakistan is not safe, I think you don’t see things the way I do.

  4. Exaggeration

    I came across this website while searching for how it was like being in Shenzhen China and was totally scared when I read through the pick pocketing etc. Then I happened to see the review on Pakistan. Both countries have shitty reviews far from reality. Please don’t misguide tourists. The ranking of countries is also hilarious! Countries with high rape rate are ranked as safest. Good job.

  5. Visited Pakistan for work a while back. Absolutely chaotic, smelly and really didn’t feel safe. Please don’t buy into the nationalistic rants from Pakistanis and the adventures of a few YouTubers that travel with armed escorts. A bunch of tourists were massacred a while back and kidnapping tourists is common. While there I passed a mosque where the preacher was openly wishing death upon America and the “nefarious Jews” and no one made any move to stop him. Pakistan has a long way to go before it becomes tourist friendly.

    1. Pakistan is so beautiful

      What the hell🤔 we didn’t see anything like that in Pakistan ever. ……I live here

    2. Tourist friendly who the hell would want to go there if they did not have to.

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      Anonymous says:

      Wrong rant from fascist/racist dave

      Lying like an idiot. Your US along with your caucasian relatives from UK are the ones who goes around invading, bombing, killing and stealing from PoC countries :/

      1. Misplaced ffa

        According to the preachers perhaps ?

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    Travel Enthusiasts says:

    Great Place

    All wrong Pakistan is very safe, such nice people and full of hospitality. if you go there you wont be able to count how many times your invited into homes for tea or coffee. and terrorism almost dosent exists there. i know it may come as a shock but there are no terrorist groups in Pakistan at all. transportation is perfectly safe, mugging isn’t a issue but pickpocket is a issue in a couple rural areas. going to the India boarder is usually not advised but its perfectly safe.

    1. Peshawar

      No terrorists groups in Pakistan ?

      Is Peshawar still in Pakistan ?

  7. Great hospitality

    Pakistan is a great country. I was very scared before coming here. I came here a week ago and till then I have enjoyed a lot. I’ve no Idea why Media is not showing hospitality of Pakistani’s peoples.

  8. Terrorism is rampant in Pakistan. Chances of you getting blown up while sipping a cup of coffee is very high.

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      Hania sheikh says:

      May be in 2009 or, 2012 but Pakistan havee came a long way its 2020 you can come visit any metropolitan or nothern city with full safety, welcoming people great food and hospitality

      It was declared number 1 spot for tourism in 2020

      1. Number one during lockdown

        From where did Pakistan got number 1 rank in 2020 when the whole world is under lockdown? Get over your patriotism and accept reality.

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    Naveed Pasha says:

    Today's Welcoming Pakistan

    The information above is inaccurate, faulty and outdated. It reads, ‘Before traveling to Sudan, check the situation in the state with your embassy, and consult them about the forbidden and dangerous areas.’ The writer is writing about Sudan under Pakistan heading! Read it above! This is unfair. The information above is at least five to ten years old! There are NO ‘Federally Administered Tribal Areas’ in Pakistan today; these became part of KP province some time ago. The United Nations, United Kingdom and the United States have all revised their travel advisory for Pakistan now considered a safer country to visit.

  10. Not gonna visit again

    I won’t ever visit this country again.
    Most people there are nice but there’s some deep problem going on there.

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    maxwell says:

    totally safe

    the information above is completly WRONG pakistan is a great and beatiful country its people are realy kind and have great hospitality

  12. F
    Frequent traveler says:


    Well if I would’ve planned my travels according to your reviews I would’ve been at home and never traveled anywhere but I have my own way of finding out the safety protocols and yes, this article is 100% baseless and biased.

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    Müller Wolfgang says:

    Another islamist country.

    Thankfully didn’t meet any terrorists but were basically warned to not go out of the hotel without security.

    The islamist orthodox locals don’t approve if your missus isn’t wearing a burka.

    1. My brother if you try and tell a woman what to wear in public men will come and beat you especially in the cities. You’re fine

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      Ahmed Riaz says:

      youre crazy guy and misleading people you have never been to pakistan

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    Asfand Yar Qureshi says:

    Must read entire article and comments

    This article is 50% baseless, i.e. 50% true. Pakistan is a safe country. However, few areas are dangerous like tribal areas.

    Strong Reasons to Visit:

    >>> No.1 Country in the world for Scenic, natural beauty.
    >>> People are hospitable, humorous, caring and loving.
    >>> Inexpensive shopping of grocery items, quality food, export left-over cloths/dresses.
    >>> Halal Food is available every where.
    >>> Mostly People are Religious, God-fearing & Peace-lovers.
    >>> Mostly women wears hijab.
    >>> Punjab is all safe.

    Neutral Reasons (either visit or no)

    >>> Maximum Business Opportunities for their entrepreneurial undertakings.
    >>> People survive for food; not feed for survival.
    >>> کچھ لوگ کھانے کے لیے جیتے ہیں۔ جینے کے لیے نہیں کھاتے
    >>> Medical Treatment is good and affordable for foreigners. However, it is expensive for local Pakistanis.
    >>> Higher Education is good and affordable for foreigners. However, it is expensive for local Pakistanis.

    Strong Reasons not to Visit:

    >>> Mostly People intellectually, mentally, physically, financially, or by faith, are corrupt.
    >>> Corruption rate is high.
    >>> Injustice (unstable) judiciary. Strong lawful restrictions for poor people. Easy for Riches to violate rules.
    >>> Traffic is undisciplined.
    >>> Taxes are very high.
    >>> Police system is also corrupt.
    >>> High rate of unemployment. So international job-seekers / hunters stay away please.
    >>> Liberal women is normally considered as sex-icon, or an object to have sex. So avoid liberal wearing like blouse, pants, tights, bras, bikini, or even open-hairs in public.
    >>> Not recommended to visit for adolescents alone even boys or girls. Sodomy is also common somewhere.
    >>> Killing own’s girls in the name of honour is overall common. However, mostly men becomes Beghairat (rascal) for other’s women. Unfortunately, it is a shit.
    >>> Safety wise, KPK, Sindh & Balochistan are Partial Safe (not to visit in tribal areas). FATA is a Risky area. AJK is almost Safe (don’t visit LOC, Indo-Pak boundary line).

    Comments are invited:

    Asfand Yar Qureshi

    1. Be original not fake

      Except Halal food and Hijab rest all strong points are fake.

  15. S
    Shahzad Khan says:

    This is not true at all as I’m a part of the tourist industry and I have hosted as well as proved it to be a safe heaven for tourists world over… It is the safest destination with many unexplored peaks where climbers are dying to conquer…. Hospitality has no boundaries and every Pakistani is truly dedicated in it as it is a part of our culture and flows in our own blood…. I have numerous applications from people wanting to visit this great country but as COVID-19 has effected everything in the world people are being conscious but still promise themselves to visit Pakistan in future… Many big tourist journals as well as UN association has marked Pakistan as no.1 tourist destination in the world… Don’t believe in this biased and counterfeited information about Pakistan… We welcome you warm heartedly…. Pakhair raghaley!!! (Pashto:you are welcome with blessings)

  16. F
    Faran Khalil says:

    This article is totally wrong and the person who wrote it is not neutral. this article is giving wrong information to the people.

  17. Y
    Yasir Ali says:

    its the best place to visit pakistan in any season.

    i m pakistani vlogger from islamabad.
    i have visited around 11 countries and found that pakistan is the best and loving place in whole world.

    people do care for each other.
    people avoid hassle.
    people respect the customs,
    people respect the elders and youngers.

    they have pure traditions. i can wellcome any body who want to visit pakistan

    they will see thier self that people of pakistan are rich of hospitality and always welcoming thier respectable guest from around the globe.

    thanks you

  18. Outdated article

    This article seems outdated. Pakistan is very safe nowadays.

  19. M
    M Rehman says:

    Is Pakistan safe for foreigners? Yes and No.

    Is Pakistan safe for foreigners? Yes and No. They key is knowing what you are getting into and where you are going. I would advise anyone visiting to get accurate travel information before venturing out on their own. Most cities are generally safe, apart from petty crime there isn’t much to worry about, but in some cities you should absolutely not travel at night. Even within cities there are safe and unsafe areas. Same goes for small cities and rural areas you can either be completely safe or horribly at risk depending on where and when you go.

    1. where and when

      Thank you – your comment seems the most relevant. Can you please recommend some online source for detailed information?

  20. R
    Rishabh says:

    Want to visit Pakistan to meet gf

    I want to visit Pakistan from India, to meet my girlfriend. But I can’t find any way and also i am afraid to visit as an Indian. Sorry. But i am willing to take the risk just to see and meet her once.

    1. A
      Anonymous says:

      I’m in same issue

  21. C
    Cifuentes says:


    Sounds very familiar, the Pakistani neighbourhoods in the UK tend to be like this.

    “Women shouldn’t let their guard down. This isn’t a safe country for anyone to be alone in, and this applies to women too. Apply all precaution measures at all times and avoid dark and empty streets and locations.”

    Sounds familiar too.

  22. Not safe

    Pakistan people have burned an innocent Sri Lankan yesterday 3/12 so pakistan is not a safe country for people in other religions.

  23. Pakistan is pretty safe country.

    Pakistan is safe for tourism if you come here and see it yourself. It is totally different from what you see on Media about it. There were some restricted places in the northern areas in the past but nowadays, Most of the tourists like to go to northern areas bcoz of its natural beauty. Although It’s totally safe now.

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    Osman Smithers says:


    I have lived in Pakistan for the last 6 years and have found this place to very corrupt. The appalling poverty is horrendous to observe, if the leaders hadn’t squirrelled aid money into their own bank accounts there would be food for everyone. Lots of extremist Islamic views spouted in most of the mosques. To be fair , personally I have not had any really bad experiences however my wife’s sister was raped by two waiters after she struggled to pay a restaurant bill two years ago in Islamabad. The police are totally useless and the traffic is ridiculous. Best to avoid if travelling in this area, may I suggest that India would be more tourist safe.

  25. Beautiful if you know what to visit

    Visited Pakistan several years ago but I can’t say I want to go back in the near future. This might come off weird but I hate having to always check out the news/notifications to see how things are.

    Wise words I got from a local while I was backpacking through South Africa: even locals avoid certain areas, it makes sense that tourists do the same. If you go off path you might find yourself in trouble, trouble not even the embassy can bail you out of.

    Usually I’m not a fan of hiring local guides, I make my own itinerary and follow it to the letter but when faced with a country where civil unrest manifested as demonstrations are very common, I needed to know I was visiting the right places.

    When dealing with countries that face various levels of threats, avoiding crowded places or religious events increases the chances of you being safe. As we all know, a lot of the terrorist attacks happening here are focused in crowded areas or locations that have somethfing to do with religion.

    Lahore, Karachi and Multan are urban areas usually branded safe, places that will help you to better understand their culture. For mountain lovers, the Gilgit Baltistan region is a must-see, Naltar, Hopar Valley – in fact, this is what I visited – Kaarga Nala being the kind of destinations that attract enough travelers to have a decent infrastructure but not that many to create huge crowds and an unpleasant experience.

    Hopar Valley was our first stop, an absolute must! Small note, we rented a jeep to get to Bualtar Glacier, the views were insane. If you’re not used to the high sea level you might experience dizziness and a mild to moderate discomfort, so beware.

    As a big plus, the food is insanely good, no matter where you are.

    Hope this helps!

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    Ben Dover says:

    Almost got a bomb dropped on me, 2 terrorist attacks.

    Went to PAK for my vacations, almost got a bomb dropped on me, and while I was there there were 2 terrorist attacks. Avoid at all cost.

    Posted 2022

  27. A
    Anonymous says:

    the best country to travel, cheap, friendly people, very welcoming, nice views. don’t believe the fake indian comments. they never saw pakistan in their life.

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    Concerned Mother says:

    Opinions please

    My daughter is planning on going there as she has fallen in love with a half Pakistani man and has a child to him. Now they want to visit his family for a year there and after reading the comments and articles this concerns me as my daughter has been brought up in an Australian home with an English background. Some of these stories puts a great fear in a my heart. He is a very good partner to her and looks after her and my grandson well and wants to reconnect with his mother and family after many years of not seeing them in person. His family seem very nice. But I am still concerned about her understanding of the culture and the dangers as she has only painted a pretty picture to me. But like anywhere there is good and bad it unavoidable but there seems to be a lot of attacks there. My daughter is only young and is 10 years younger than him and I am very scared that she is being misled into something she is not prepared for. It really saddens me to hear such sad terrible things have gone on there and I do hope it gets better for the Pakistani people.

    1. J
      John Seed says:

      Which area will she be visiting?

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    Patrick Stewart says:

    never visit Pakistan. This country has more terrorists’ than all other countries combined

  30. Pakistan is safe now

    Pakistan was in trouble before 2015 but now it has been totally changed in Last.
    Everyone can travel safely in Pakistan.

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    AHSAN ALI says:


  32. It's safe ...

    Pakistan is very sage country just avoid to visit small cities or towns..
    Best advantage is you’ll meet to english speakers almost everywhere ..

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    Teenas Ormoos says:

    It's safe ...

    It’s very safe country I have been there for atleast 5 times .. but you should avoid to visit small towns or small cities ..
    Best advantage is that you’ll meet English speakers everywhere in pakistan..
    It’s so funny that indian dudes are commenting[with English names] that they faced terrorist attacks in pakistan 😂😂


    There are issues, but transportation is safe in Pakistan. Violent crime rates are also NOT VERY HIGH. No TTP attacks are being carried out.

    Pakistan is a safe country with breath-taking landmarks and hospitable hosts.

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    Miller Williams says:

    worst country in the world. I had bad experience visited this country. you will be r**** by allah people

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    Jenna Margret says:

    terrible country. Muslims are the worst people in the world.

  37. Makes me laugh when I see all those people who are desperately trying to convince the rest of the world that Pakistan isn’t as bad as it is. That reputation isn’t coming out of nowhere. You worked hard for it by not doing anything and letting your country fall into its current state. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of comments are coming from naive/blind/stupid locals who can’t be trusted as they’re not targets for terrorists and criminals. They can easily blend in and no one will try to mug them or kidnap them. Let’s be completely honest. Pakistan isn’t a tourist-friendly country and anyone who tries to tell you otherwise is either paid or dumb fanatic.

Pakistan Rated 3.31 / 5 based on 68 user reviews.

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