My Last Pakistan VLOG

It was my last day in Pakistan. Did I ever think that I would spend a whole month in Pakistan? Probably not, but I am so grateful and glad that I did. It was truly a life-changing experience and I will never forget my time in Pakistan.

The last week was spent exploring the Hunza area, traveling to Gulmit, Misgir, Sost and finally crossing to China at the Khunjerab Pass. My time in Pakistan was wild! For sure I will come back to see my new friends again and to tell more stories about this great country.

This was a very personal and emotional video for me and it’s very hard for me to express what I felt with words. It wasn’t my typical travel experience. Every day was different and special.

I crossed Balochestan, took a long night train to Lahore, became friends with a pakistani family on the very first day, explored Pakistans capital and surroundings, dressed up as a pakistani bride in Peshawar (my favorite part hehe) and went on a big roadtrip through Pakistan’s northern area. I hitchhiked and finally crossed the border to China. It was a beautiful and unforgettable time ?

I hope I can come back and also see the south of Pakistan. 

Drone shots by Adeel! Check out his Instagram. He is an amazing traveler @adeelamer 

This is how Pakistanis treat Tourists in Lahore

I don’t wanna be emotional but I know that when I look back in a few years at this video.. it will make me cry.

Because behind every scene and behind every smile are other people that made this possible. People who showed us around. Locals that made us feel home at their home. Strangers asking for selfies. People who don’t have a lot and still insisting on treating us for lunch. And the list goes on.

And the crazy part?

I didn’t expect this at all.

Actually, I was kinda scared to travel to #Pakistan on my own even though I would consider myself well-traveled and open to other cultures. Still, I was scared that Pakistan would overwhelm me. But as soon as I crossed the border to Pakistan the police officers welcomed us with a big smile and a cup of tea.

And that sums it all up 🙂


I will make a movie called “Visa World“. It’s about borders and differences. It’s about a journey to the other side of the world and what it takes to fight global challenges. It’s a one (wo)man production because I believe that it doesn’t need much to tell a great story. I’m doing all this to collect donations for the charity KAUGMAON on the Philippines.

I know their work and it’s coming from their heart to give children a better life. If you are interested in the movie you can register for it on my website (for a small donation which goes to the NGO).

The movie ➸