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I would recommend PTDC (Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation). They have very good travel plans for Northern Areas of Pakistan. You will have to reach Islamabad/Rawalpindi first. The best way to do that is to reach Quetta which is a border city adjacent to Iran. Then take a flight from Quetta to Islamabad. Road journey form Quetta to Islamabad may well ...
From Quetta, you can take a train which travels to Punjab province. From there, you will almost certainly need to pass through Islamabad/Rawalpindi, which is the transit point to the Northern Areas and Azad Kashmir. The most dangerous parts of the country are northern Baluchistan, the North West Frontier Province and Sindh, but you will skip the worst by ...
I am local resident of Hunza living in Berlin. I think the best way is to get a local contact/guide who can travel with you from Quetta to Hunza. I would prefer to hire a local to and take public transport to travel. Once you are in Gilgit, you can travel all alone anywhere, any time to Hunza. It is safe!
You could book a tour taking you around certain places in Tehran. On this page there are tour options from 4 to 6 hours, and I assume there'd be many agencies willing to arrange group tours in case you have specific needs or preferences.
TL;DR -> bring a suit with you. Or purchase one at a way point before you get there. I asked the New Zealand Embassy in Tehran and got this reply... While the NZ Embassy referred only to formal attire, it's worth noting that your arrival coincides with breaking the fast, a time of celebrations wherein people are wearing their best clothes, if not ...
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