Summer Season in Pakistan

Summer in Pakistan can be fun as long as you know how to make the most of the season. There are tons of fun and activities to join and endless places to explore. We can play outside in the summer road bikes, go boating, hiking, barbecue, and picnic, play Frisbee, wear flip-flops, see a beautiful sunset and drink lots of soda and water. Let’s have a look at the best things to do in Pakistan in summer.

 Fruits and Vegetable

In summer we don’t like to eat roots and spicy foods and oils, we add more fruit to our meals. And every season has some fruits and vegetables like mango, apricot, pineapple, melon, watermelon, guava etc. Special fruits such as Cucumber, eggplant, pepper, and zucchini are summer special vegetables.

  Holiday at Hill Stations 

Summer in Pakistan has a lot to do, but there’s nothing like a long weekend at the hill stations in northern Pakistan. Most people go to this area because of the cool summer or temperate climate. Whether you need help planning your vacation, check out our guide Kotli Sattian, Murree, Gorakh Hill station, Swat, and Kumrat Valley. Adventure and explorers can relax and visit Pakistan’s highest mountain. You can drive on Pakistan’s major highways, including the Karakoram Highway and the Khyber Ring Road.


Mango is undoubtedly the representative of summer in the country. As Pakistani, we cannot imagine a summer without mangoes under any circumstances. Ask yourself, what would a summer in Pakistan be like without the mango running off your face? Or staining your clothes?  Mango kulfi, mango ice cream, mango smoothie, mango smoothie – almost every summer treat begins and ends with mango. It is considered the best summer fruit in Pakistan due to its popularity. The fruit is also known as the “King of Fruits” in South Asia, and Pakistan is the world’s largest exporter. By the way, if you want to know how popular Pakistani mangoes are all over the world, check out our last post where we listed the different types of mangoes in Pakistan.

 Summer Special

There are many exciting things to do in Pakistan during the summer months, but there’s nothing like finding your favorite food or drink at the grocery store or home.  In addition to eating mangoes in summer, there are some foods and drinks. Whether you’re sipping an entire buttermilk lassie, finding juices in a pop-up, or simply Rooh afza – summer is the perfect time to savor our culinary delights, preferably in a cool, air-conditioned room or under an open summer. There are also many summer vegetables in Pakistan okra, cucumber, zucchini, peanuts, sweet potatoes, peppers, and zucchini.

 Swimming and picnics

One of the great things about summer in Pakistan is the many picnics and outings in or near bodies of water.  Water Parks, lakes, beaches, waterfalls – Pakistanis love water sports. Summer is a great time to cool off with a dip in the water. Right now, there’s nothing like a restaurant with your family or friends. No matter how good the place to eat is, the most exciting thing for us is always doodh patti after some Indian snacks like samosa in the afternoon..

Summer Holidays

Summer is the long season in most parts of the country.  Summer in Pakistan usually starts in April and ends in September. The weather is very heavy from May to July, while mid-July is caused by monsoons and thunderstorms. Schools and colleges country regularly announce summer vacations lasting an average of eight to twelve weeks due to inclement weather. Holidays in Pakistan are usually between May and July when the weather is too hot.


Now we are going to write our post on the best things to do in Pakistan in summer. From how long is summer in Pakistan to a list of the best fruits and vegetables, we share everything you need to know about the unique gifts of the season. Before we begin, we would like to say a few things.


  1. Why do you like summer?

We love summer because I eat fruit, relax, hike mountains, eat, swim, and do many other fun activities.

2.  What do you like to do in the summer?

My favorite summer activities are swimming and visiting hill stations.

3.  What are summer fruits?

Mango, apricot, pineapple, melon, watermelon, guava, etc.

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