Embark on an extraordinary transit tour with Hunza Explorers, beginning at the Sost (Pak-China) border and winding through the breathtaking landscapes of the Karakoram Highway. This unforgettable journey takes you from the rugged beauty of Sost to the cultural hubs of Islamabad and Lahore, culminating at the iconic Wagah (Pak-India) border.
Our Sost to Wagah border transit tour is not just a passage; it’s a curated exploration. Immerse yourself in the enchanting sights of the Hunza Valley, the historic charm of Gilgit, and the vibrant cities of Islamabad and Lahore. Join us as we weave together the natural wonders and cultural treasures along this scenic route, ensuring a transit experience that transcends borders and leaves you with lasting memories.
Arrival at Sost, the last border town on Karakoram Highway toward China, our guide and driver will meet you upon your arrival at the Pakistan immigration Sost, after meeting and greetings by our staff drive to the Passu/Gulmit village.
Day to explore around, visit Passu glacier, Borith Lake, Passu suspension bridge, visit Ghulkin and Gulmit village
Drive to Karimabad, enroute stop at Attabad Lake, sacred rocks of Hunza and Ganish village, arrive and Karimabad and transfer to the hotel, rest of the day to explore Karimabad.
Day to explore around, visit Baltit Fort, Altit Fort, Royal garden, in the evening visit Duikar sunset point for sunset viewing.
Drive to Besham on Karakorum Highway OR to Naran via Babusar pass if the pass is open, enroute stop at Junction point of three great ranges (Himalaya, Hinduskush and Karakorum), arrive and transfer to the hotel
Drive to Islamabad, enroute visit Taxila museum and the world UNESCO heritage sites, later drive to Islamabad, arrive in Islamabad and explore around.
Day to explore the capital city of Pakistan "Islamabad", visit Faisal Mosque, Pakistan monument, Lok Virsa museum, Saeedpur village and Margalla hills.
Drive to Lahore, enroute visit the world's 2nd largest salt mine "Khewra" and Hiran minar, arrive in Lahore and explore around.
Day to explore Lahore, visit Lahore Fort, Badshahi mosque, Shees Mahal, Walled / Old city of Lahore, Wazir Khan mosque
Another day to explore the historical city of Asia "Lahore", visit Lahore museum, tomb of Jahangir, Noor Jahan and Asif, Shahlimar garden, in the evening drive to Wagah border to see the flag downing ceremony between Pakistan and Indian border forces. After the ceremony drive back to Lahore city and explore around
Drive to Wagah border and cross to India (Our service ends here)
The Sost to Wagah border transit tour is an exceptional journey starting at the Sost (Pak-China) border, traversing the Karakoram Highway, and concluding at the Wagah (Pak-India) border. This tour also includes sightseeing in Hunza Valley, Gilgit, Islamabad, and Lahore.
Highlights include the stunning landscapes along the Karakoram Highway, exploration of the Hunza Valley, visits to cultural hubs like Gilgit, Islamabad, and Lahore, and the unique experience of witnessing the Wagah border ceremony.
The duration of the tour is from 7 to 12 days depending on what you choose to explore!.
Absolutely! The transit tour is designed to accommodate both travelers with their vehicles and those without.
The tour package includes logistical support for border crossings, accommodation arrangements, guided sightseeing tours, and expert assistance throughout the journey.
Yes, the tour incorporates visits to cultural hotspots like Hunza Valley, Gilgit, and the vibrant cities of Islamabad and Lahore, providing ample opportunities for cultural immersion.
Yes, we offer customization options. Feel free to discuss your preferences with our team, and we can tailor the itinerary to meet your specific travel needs.
Participants will need a valid visa for Pakistan. For most countries, Pakistan offers e-visas, and the application process can be initiated on the official government website.
To apply for an e-Visa for Pakistan, you can submit your application directly on the Government of Pakistan's official website at https://visa.nadra.gov.pk
Booking is simple. Visit our website, choose the Sost to Wagah border transit tour, and follow the instructions for a seamless booking process.
No, the tour is only possible when the Pakistan and China border (Khunjerab border) is open. The border is typically accessible from 1st April to 30th November each year.
Yes, participants should be prepared for varying climates along the journey. It's advisable to pack accordingly, considering both the mountainous terrain and the cultural hubs visited during the tour.
Yes, we strive to accommodate dietary preferences and restrictions. Please inform our team about any specific dietary needs when booking the tour.
The tour involves travel through diverse terrains, including mountainous regions. While most activities are suitable for all fitness levels, participants should be prepared for some physical exertion during certain sightseeing activities.
Safety is our priority. Our experienced guides and support staff are trained to ensure the well-being of participants. We also adhere to all necessary safety protocols along the route.
While we take necessary precautions, participants should be aware that certain areas along the route may have limited medical facilities. It's advisable to carry a basic first aid kit and any necessary personal medications.
Absolutely! The tour is open to solo travelers, and our team will ensure a memorable and safe experience for individuals traveling alone.