How to get into Pakistan? Entry requirements for fully vaccinated travellers from the UK.
Before you travel, check the foreign travel advice content on the GOV.UK website.
E-visas are easily accessible for most nationalities and take a week to be granted: https://visa.nadra.gov.pk/
Even if you are heading to Pakistan for a lengthy family visit, it is still best to have your trip planned. We also recommend booking the fantastic group tours by Wild Frontiers to get the very best out of your Pakistani adventure.
So you now have your flight tickets booked, your visa and itinerary sorted, you need to do the following before heading to the airport:
Pass Track App - this online form, pretty much like a UK passenger locator form, speeds up your arrival process in Pakistan so you spend less time with immigration and public health officers. It requires the following details - name, date of birth, flight info, entry point, address, photo uploads of your ID/passport and vaccination certificate. Do this form 48-hours before departure.
Health Declaration Form - All passengers travelling to Pakistan are required to fill out the health declaration forms to submit at the airport of arrival in Pakistan. It contains questions regarding symptoms etc. The cabin members usually hand out these forms to individuals before landing.
If you’re fully vaccinated, there is no need to take a PCR or Lateral Flow test before travelling to Pakistan.
On 24 February 2022 Pakistan removed the requirement for a negative COVID-19 PCR test for vaccinated travellers entering the country.
This does not cover the UK from Pakistan.