Pakistan contains a diversity of climatic conditions going from warmth in the south to the solidifying icy of the high Himalaya and Karakorum. In the Northern Area there is mainland atmosphere. The Swat and the Kaghan valleys and the southern side of Nanga Parbat are simply inside the rainstorm belt. The season of year to trek in the North is devoted by how high you plan to go. The weather is friendly between mid March and mid November. In the South autumn time and winter brings splendid dry days and cool evenings.
All foreigners coming to Pakistan require a travel permit. All foreigners aside from the nationals of those countries with whom Pakistan have either a formal visa annulment understanding or who permit Pakistani nationals to pick up entry into their country without visa, should require visa before entries.
Information regarding your visa process please visit www.mofa.gov.pk
There is no Permit required up to 6000m in open zones. Trekking Permits are mandatory in restricted zones. Foreigners are not allowed in close zones.
What to bring
A “first aid kit” is necessary in remote areas and ought to contain the accompanying:
Dressing and Supplies, Antiseptic, bandage, alcohol pads, triangulate bind-up, a knee or lower leg is helpful as well, Disposable needles and syringes if you require infusions and so forth.
In Pakistan medications are accessible over the counter at much lower price than in the West. We recommend you to bring your own particular medicaments.
The generic terms for prescribed medications are mentioned:
Antibiotics, Antimalaria tablets, Antidiarrhoel, Antiflamma- tory, Gastrointestinal tablets, Anti Headache medicine, water purifying tablets, , Altitude sickness (Diamox).
Health and Hygiene
Drinking water Beware of all water in Pakistan. Infections can be executed by purifier or bubbling water adequately. Safe filtered water and soda pops are accessible in towns.
Contaminated food new arrival ought to recall the maxim: Boil it, prepare it, peel it or neglect it. Altitude sickness can be deadly. Read up on it before you leave for the trip so you know how to perceive and treat it. The best safeguard is to pick up altitude gradually. The height at which you rest ought not to increase by more than 300 meters each day. Vaccination we suggest it against typhoid, tetanus, diphtheria and hepatitis A. Malaria fever exists year round beneath 2000 meters. Talk with your health specialist.
Set a decent example! Try not to take the awful example of others. Being fortunate to visit the most wonderful places on earth we can demonstrate some admiration for this and carry back our trash. Try not to leave anything besides but your footprints on the trail.
Urdu is the national language of Pakistan, which is spoken throughout Pakistan. English is widely used as a part of official and business circles. The fundamental territorial dialects are Balochi, Balti, Panjabi, Burushashki, Khowar, Pushto,Wakhi, Sindi, and Shina.