How to find cheap flights to Karachi
Find the best deal on cheap flights to Karachi with Skyscanner. The average price of a flight to Karachi from the UAE is AED800 but flight prices depend on the availability of seats, the day(s) on which you travel, and when you book.
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Karachi Jinnah International Airport is situated 9 miles (14km) east of central Karachi taking 40 minutes by car or taxi. Regular bus services link the airport with the city in 50 minutes approximately.
When to go to Karachi
The best time to visit southern Pakistan is between November and March, when the days are cool and clear, skies blue and the temperatures have not yet reached their peak. This is also the best time of year to get a cheap flight deal to Karachi as many people visit in summer or early autumn. There are also plenty of festivals taking place around the city in springtime and an international film festival in December.
What’s the weather like in Karachi?
Karachi has a relatively mild and arid climate throughout the year as it is on the coast. There are two main seasons; summer and winter. Spring and autumn are very short. The tropical climate brings warm and humid summers and mild and dry winters. Due to the high temperatures during the summer (from between 30-44°C from April to October), the winter season from November to March, is the best time to visit Karachi. Most rainfall occurs during the rainy season in summer from July to August.
Further information on visiting Karachi
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What to see and do in Karachi
With 21 million residents, the sprawling capital of the Sindh province, Karachi is a loud, bustling, chaotic experience. This colorful, full of life city lies on the eastern coast of the Arabian Sea and is at the forefront of Pakistan’s economy. It boasts a myriad of architectural styles from traditional ramshackle bazaars, historic mosques and elegant colonial buildings to contemporary shopping malls, modern restaurant and superhighways. This mega city is filled with museums and art, fine dining, film, fashion and cafe culture but to get away from it all is not hard, with mountain treks and long golden sandy beaches. A cooking pot of cultures and languages make this city diverse and exciting but what Karachi does best is give a window into the world of a culturally shifting Pakistan - one that boasts a hugely successful fashion and film industry and is continuing to blur the boundaries between Islamic and western culture.
Attractions: Clifton Beach, Manora Island, Sandspit, National Museum of Pakistan, Mohatta Palace, Quaid-i-Azam Mausoleum and Wazir Mansion.
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