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Cheap Flights to Karachi with Jazeera Airways

Explore Karachi with Jazeera

Karachi is Pakistan's largest and most diverse city known as the gateway to Pakistan. The lively port is also the financial and commercial capital of the country and is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the world. With a hugely diverse population of nearly 15 million people, the city's arts and culture community is thriving making it an ideal location for travellers to come and explore.

Karachi was founded as "Kolachi" by Sindhi and Baloch tribes from Balochistan and Makran, who established what was a small fishing community in the area, and by the late 1720s, the village was trading across the Arabian Sea with Muscat and the Persian Gulf region.

Now Karachi is an exciting city where anything is possible, a place where people have made castles out of the sand and earned fantastic wealth. It’s why, every year, people immigrate here in search of jobs, education and a new life.

Essential Facts

Time
17:27
Date
6/1/2020
Time Zone
+05:00
Weather
34°C
Language
Urdu
Currency
Pakistani Rupee
Electricity
230v/50Hz230V/ 50 Hz plug types C and D
Best Time To Visit
November to March - Average temperature of 28-36°C

Things To Do

Mohatta Palace

Mohatta Palace

The 20th-century palace built by a Hindu Prince in 1925 is where art, culture and architecture meet. It is regularly used as an art gallery and museum, with abstract exhibitions held within this grand building. The Rajasthani-style design of this structure is a must-see in Karachi

PAF Museum

PAF Museum

If you like aircrafts and all things aeronautic, then the Pakistan Air Force Museum is a must see . It is home to many aircrafts including jets and that have been used by the Pakistan Air Force throughout the years. Nearby, there are World War 1 and 2 scale models and some modern planes on the display as well. There are also food options in the main park and many places to relax in the gardens.

Tooba Masjid

Tooba Masjid

Also known locally as Gol, or round mosque, due to its large domed roof, Tooba Mosque is a sight to behold. The white marble dome is 236 feet in diameter and is balanced on a low surrounding wall with no centre pillars to support it. Make sure you visit this beautiful building on your next trip to Karachi.

Shopping

Karachi has a wealth of shopping options available for tourists and locals alike . For those looking for something more authentic, head to Zainab Market where hand embroidered fabrics, semi-precious stones and local pottery can be found. Zamzama Street is another must-see shopping location, where local elite brands are based. This is the perfect place to shop for weddings and other religious occasions.

If you're looking for your favourite high street brands, go straight to the latest shopping hotspot, Dolmen Mall Clifton. With a prime location next to the beach, the mall has a beautiful view to offer for when you're done with shopping through the high streets' best labels. Head to one of the many cafes or restaurants and enjoy the sea view.  

Food And Drink

Food And Drink

With the diverse Karachi population comes a variety of flavours, spices and cooking methods which creates a unique collection of foods, that pack a punch and with a focus on spice and meat.

Nihari is a national favourite and consists of stewed meat like beef, lamb or chicken cooked slow along with the shank and bone marrow and served with a Naan.

Don't leave Karachi without trying Chicken Karahi This spicy dish gets its name from the wok it’s cooked in, called Karahi in Urdu.

Street food is widely available if you're on a budget but if you're looking for a restaurant for a special occasion, the city is not short of these either.

Things To Know


Visa Requirements

  • To enter Karachi most visitors will need to purchase a visa. In order to process this, you will need a Passport with an expiration date of no less than six months beyond the intended stay. Original passport plus one photocopy. Properly completed and signed application form. Two passport size photographs in colour, front view with a plain/light background and confirmed return or onward ticket.
 

Other Facilities

  • Healthcare facilities are available throughout the city but ensure you are properly insured if you are visiting the city. ATMS are located throughout the city and can be easily found , but it is always advised that you carry some of the local currency with you just in case.

Getting Around

  • Local buses are the cheapest way to get around the city but look out for rickshaws, and taxis. There are three types of taxis: Yellow Taxi, Black Cabs and the Taxi Cab companies and these largely serve the airport traffic. The Railway is another great way to explore the city and enter ifurther into Pakistan.