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Pakistan's cosmopolitan city Karachi, is located on the eastern coast of the Arabian Sea. Being the largest and the most populous city of Pakistan, Karachi presents an interesting and colorful combination of the old and new traditions. Adding to tourist attraction are numerous water related activities like yachting, water-skiing and cruising etc.

Direct Flights to Karachi, Pakistan   

Direct Flights to Karachi, Pakistan
Karachi is the economic centre of Pakistan – an enormous cosmopolitan and diverse city; Karachi now covers well over 3000 square kilometres and is continuing to grow.

Located in the Sindh region, Karachi is a melting pot of ethnicity with a mixture of nationalities and religions that live fairly harmoniously side by side. 

Streets of traffic jams and frequent power cuts are common due to the increasing strain on the local infrastructure, however life in Karachi is vibrant and interesting and it’s easy to pass a few days here. 

If you’re after direct flights to Karachi, Pakistan, national carrier Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) operate direct flights from the UK or choose from many other well-known airlines such as Cathay Pacific and Emirates who fly to Karachi, Pakistan with a transit en route.

Cheap Flights to Karachi, Pakistan   

Head to the beaches of Karachi to catch a refreshing breeze or take a camel or horse ride or a stroll along the prom at Clifton Beach. Catch a ferry to Manora Island which is home to a fort where the Talpur surrendered to the British. 

For a spot of culture, the Quaid-i-Azam Mausoleum celebrates the life of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. The National Museum of Pakistan is also situated in Karachi and has some interesting Stone Age relics and a detailed Islamic exhibition. The Empress Market is one of Karachi’s most famous landmarks with hundreds of stalls and bazaars with a vibrant atmosphere.

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Karachi Climate   

Karachi Climate
Karachi's climate is varied because of the difference in elevation from one end of the country to another. During the summer months from April to September the mountainous north is pleasant and temperate, but the Indus Valley swelters in temperatures of 100ºF (40ºC) or more.

In late summer the southern region experiences monsoons, particularly along the coast. In winter the low-lying areas cool down appreciably to average temperatures of between 50ºF and 70ºF (10ºC to 25ºC), while the northern mountains ice up with the air well below freezing.
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Map of Karachi