Pakistan is located in South Asia. The country is one of the most populous countries of the world. It has a rich traditional culture. The reason behind the cluster of population here is the Indus River. This is a mighty river which has many tributaries. Indus originates form the Lake Mansarowar in The Himalayas and travels 1800 kilometers to reach Arabian Sea. As it is one of the biggest rivers in the world, and one of the most dangerous ones, it is a very popular feature to be visited by people. There are safaris arranged which can help you travel side by side with Indus the whole or a part of that 1800 kilometers track. In this way you will also be able to see the whole of Pakistan. The cultural impacts of Indus are very much clear to a person who travels side by side with Indus River. It is a beautiful journey which may take 3 to 4 days to complete. But if you do that, you will never forget the beauty and charm of the river.
Reach Pakistan by Airways, road links or by railways. You can reach Gilgit, a city in the northern mountainous areas of Pakistan by air; you need to travel to the border of Pakistan in that area to start off your journey alongside Indus River. At this place the River is young and is mighty. It is a very beautiful and charming river. The gushing waters are cold as the water is directly coming from glaciers. You start traveling with the river on Karakoram Highway. The track is an unforgettable one. Once you cross the Kalabagh city, you reach the plain area. Here the river starts spreading in width and the speed becomes slower. With the passage of time, you will observe that the width is increasing even more and the pace is slowing down. When you enter the Indus plains it is an old river. You can enjoy boating and fishing here. You can stay on the boats for 3 ort 4 days. Many of the foreign tourists do this after doing this track. Follow the river to Arabian Sea and there you will find an other kind of enjoyment in the Delta area. The river feeds Pakistanis so the nation is in love with this river. You can track Indus in any season but winters are preferable. In summer the river floods so it may be dangerous to travel in that season.