Well-prepared for your visit to Pakistan will help you have an unforgettable time. Here are some basic items you need to pack before you go. Make sure you check our travelling checklist before heading towards northern Pakistan.

Travel Luggage

Bring a backpack or suitcase. Travelling is easy when you are not at home, especially when you use public transportation.

Clothing

Summer lasts from April to September. Fresh cotton clothes are sufficient, unless you may need a jacket or jacket for the heights. Women should wear loose pants and avoid sleeveless shirts. The monsoon season is between June and August. If you travel during this time, you will need to bring a raincoat and umbrella. From October to March, you need a jacket or jacket. At higher altitudes, you may need a heavier layer. You should also make sure to wear a pair of comfortable walking shoes.

Clothes to be packed on a tour to northern areas in Pakistan:

UnderwearCasual shirtSweatshirtScarfPut on your shoes
StockingsJeansSwimsuitWashing kitSlippers
BrassJeansCover upCasual shoesBelt
PajamasBermudaOvercoatHiking shoesLink
Maximum amountDressHatShoeJewellery
Formal shirtSkirtGlovesSnow bootsPut on your shoes

 

Medicines And Hygiene Products

Bring all the medicines and hygiene products you may need. Just in case, it never hurts to bring painkillers, altitude sickness medicine, and stomach upset medicine. In winter, it’s also a good idea to bring something to treat a cough or cold. You can buy your own toiletries in Pakistan, but it is cheaper and more convenient to carry the things you need with you. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, insect repellent and bandages.

Toiletries checklist for your tour to northern Areas in Pakistan must include:

ToothbrushAir conditionerShaving suppliesTweezers
ToothpasteBrushCosmeticGel alcohol
StringHairstyling toolsMakeup removerBandage
SoapCleansing milkFeminine hygiene productsFirst aid ointment
DeodorantSunscreenContact lensInsect repellent
ShampooWettingContact solutionVitamins

 

Electronic Gadgets

Pakistan has strict regulations on the types of electronic products that are allowed to enter the country. Things like cameras and mobile phones should be fine. However, some people try to pass things like microwave ovens. If the customs do not like what you bring, they may decide to fine you.

Electronic products for packaging while visiting northern areas of Pakistan:

Cell PhoneTravel AdapterE-Reader
Laptop/TabletCameraEarphone
Electronic ChargerMovie card/Memory CardElectric Toothbrush

 

The information on this page is compiled based on travellers’ true opinions on the items to be carried on a trip to northern areas of Pakistan.

Final words

It’s easy to make a plan and stick to it. The hard part is making sure everything goes smoothly. However, if you have mastered the basics, it means you are ready for anything. Isn’t this the ideal attitude for this type of trip? If you think this packing checklist for northern areas in Pakistan, do share your thoughts in the comment section below: