5 Places To Travel in Pakistan if you’re Low on Budget

Published by admin on 25th November 2022


Our daily routine entails travelling around the city on congested public transportation in quest of our hectic schedules. As a result, stress builds up over time. Issues start, fatigue leaves us dissatisfied with our jobs, and we don’t ever seem to make time for travel exploration and adventures.

Travelling can ease the frustration and allow us to get closer to nature but all this is not possible without money. Saving up the money to travel is a hectic task and it can be expensive if you plan on visiting another country.

But if you are a Pakistani resident then why even bother to go out of the country when we have everything right here. We are blessed with all four seasons, impeccably beautiful sceneries, breathtaking lakes, and different eye-pleasing sights to visit and find peace.

If you are on a budget and want to get out of your schedule then don’t worry, there are plenty of places in Pakistan which you can visit for cheap. Here are the top picks to visit in Pakistan on a budget by Trip Venture.


The well-known Murree hill station in Pakistan is situated along the Islamabad and Kohla route. Murree is among Pakistan’s best and most popular hill stations. Murree is indeed a fairytale town for all those who reside beneath it. Tourists from all around the world come to this charming highland retreat to flee the scorching sun.

Mountains amidst lush greenery, a chilly environment, clean air, magnificent valleys, and clouds along the route will all welcome you with joy. Murree is well-known across South Asia because pine trees and oaks overhang the mountainside, which is studded with vast meadows and luscious orchards to contribute to its attractiveness.

Hunza Valley

The Hunza valley sometimes referred to as “heaven on Earth,” is surrounded by the mighty Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges. The valley is 100 km from the beautiful Gilgit.

Hunza Valley is home to picturesque lakes, towering mountains, and beautiful glaciers. The vista of the Hunza valley is stunning during the fall season. In the wintertime, though, a blanket of white snow covers the whole valley. Hunza provides you with fully equipped guesthouses that seem like a haven away from home.

Hunza’s residents are known for their peacefulness. They are welcoming and make visitors feel at ease. As a result, thousands of people visit Hunza each year and Hunza is on our list of Pakistan’s best low-cost vacation destinations to travel to.


The Chitral Valley is among the few places around the world that offers both unique ethnic retreats and breathtaking mountainous beauty. The beautiful mountains, fresh springs, lush trees, and rivers teeming with renowned trout fish are very enthralling. The Chitral valley is Pakistan’s most tranquil location. Its culture is unique in that it has two ethnic groups.

One of them is Kalash, who purported to be Alexander the Great’s, descendant. The second village, on the other hand, is known as Kho, and it lives in perfect friendship and peace with its Kalash neighbours.

The Chitral Valley offers everything a tourist might want. You’ll get to see the finest of both cultures. Also, there are plenty of things to see, from the warmth of the Kalash locals to the breathtaking beauty of the Chitral Valley and Shandur Pass.


Similar to Hunza valley, Skardu is also located in Gilgit Baltistan and it is known for its turquoise water and steep mountains. Skardu borders Pakistan with three of our neighbours, China, Afghanistan, and India.

Skardu’s weather is pleasant even in the hot season of summer.  Skardu is best visited between April and October. After October, the temperature drops dramatically. It has a temperature range of -10 ° C. During the winters, the valley can become snowbound. Roads can be closed for many days.

Skardu is a major hiking destination and a doorway to four peaks, drawing international tourists, mountaineers, and hikers. Additionally, five of the world’s fourteen tallest standalone mountains are located in the northern part of Pakistan’s Himalayas and Karakoram ranges. 

Exotic travel is not always extremely expensive. You don’t have to win the jackpot to go to lovely places especially if you are good with your money.  Moving across the world without money looks like a faraway fantasy.

But the question remains, why would anyone want to explore the world when you may visit pleasant and peaceful locations close to home without spending a fortune?