Letter of Invitation for a Pakistan evisa (LOI)

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Letter of Invitation for a Pakistan evisa (LOI)

Plan on applying for a Pakistan evisa? You need a letter of invitation for a Pakistan evisa—also known as an LOI—and that’s where we come in.

As a long-term traveler, I understand that paying for a simple letter of invitation is frustrating at times. That’s why I work with one of my local tour partners, Coyote Trail, to offer the cheapest Pakistan visa LOIs available to travelers. We offer Pakistan evisa LOIs for $50 per person, significantly less than the average market price.

Apply for a Pakistan LOI

No need to worry or be suspicious; Coyote Trail is a government-approved tourism company that is legally permitted to issue letters of invitation for Pakistan. Click here to see an official list of government approved tour operators in Pakistan. I also work with them for my Pakistan motorcycle tours; they’re not just some random tour company I partnered up with.

If you need a letter of invitation for your Pakistan evisa, all you have to do is submit your trip information via our sign-up form and pay the $50 fee using the payment details below. Once you do, we’ll send you a letter of invitation for Pakistan and you can go ahead and apply for your Pakistan evisa!





per person

Letter of invitation valid for one person traveling to Pakistan


for two people

Letter of invitation valid for two people traveling together to Pakistan


for three people

Letter of invitation valid for 3 people traveling together to Pakistan

Payment and cancellations

My local tour partner, Coyote Trail, charges US$50 per person for a letter of invitation for a Pakistan evisa. Payments can be made in dollars or the equivalent amount in euros or Pakistani rupees.

Bank transfers are our preferred mode of payment, though we can also accept LOI payments via PayPal. (Begrudgingly, since they usually add a lot of hidden fees.) Personally, I recommend using Wise. It’s my favorite money transferring service, and you can pay using your credit card.

Note: All transfer fees must be paid by you. Please include your name as reference when making a transfer.

LOI payment details are as follows:

Bank transfer for USD

Account holder: Lost With Purpose
ACH and Wire routing number: 026073150
Account number: 822000407047
Account type: Checking
Bank address: 30 W. 26th Street, Sixth Floor
New York NY 10010
United States

Bank transfer for EUR

Account holder: Lost With Purpose
IBAN: BE03 9673 1851 1384
Bank address: Rue du Trône 100, 3rd floor


Email: lostwpurpose@gmail.com

Note: If making a payment through PayPal, please mark the payment as “Friends and family”. If you don’t do that, please add $3 to cover transfer fees.


Many travelers want to avoid paying for a letter of invitation for a Pakistan evisa. I get it; I’m a traveler, too!

Officially, letters of invitation (LOIs) are recommended but not required for a Pakistan evisa. Alternatively, you can provide a hotel booking confirmation for the first few nights of your trip.

However, applications with only a hotel booking are often delayed and travelers are eventually required to provide a letter of invitation anyway. You will also need to provide an LOI if you ever want to extend your visa or request an exit permit for Pakistan.

In short, if you want to ensure you receive your Pakistan evisa as quickly as possible, it’s best to get a letter of invitation for your Pakistan evisa. Let us help you!

A common question. It’s just a letter; why does it cost so much?

The reason tour operators charge money for LOIs is that when they issue you a letter, they’re then held accountable for anything you do in Pakistan once there. For most people, that’s not a big deal… but problematic travelers do arise.

Practically, that means tour operators have to field calls from different Pakistani agencies about travelers. Who are they? Where are they going? Who are they with? Why are they traveling in Pakistan? The people calling are also… not the friendliest or most reasonable.

Then, of course, there’s the simple fact that it takes time to create and issue a letter of invitation for a Pakistan evisa.

Because of all this, tour operators need to charge for letters of invitation. However, since I and the head of Coyote Trail are both travelers, we make an effort to offer the cheapest Pakistan LOI on the market.

You must make sure to only apply on the official Pakistan evisa website. You can start your application on the NADRA website here: https://visa.nadra.gov.pk/e-visa/

Once we issue you your LOI, you submit it at the end of your evisa application. You’ll upload it in the same section where you upload your passport photo and passport copy.

When we issue your LOI, it will include the following:

  • Signed letter stating your information, trip dates, and affirmation that Coyote Trail will be responsible for you during your trip
  • National ID copy for your sponsor (Coyote Trail CEO)
  • Government tourism license for Coyote Trail

It’s quite straightforward to get a letter of invitation for a Pakistani evisa! All you have to do is…

  1. Submit your travel information via our form.
  2. Send us US$50 per person via the payment details provided on this page.
  3. We’ll send you your LOI via Whatsapp or email, depending on which you prefer.

Once you submit the form with your information and send us the US$50 payment, we can issue your LOI within one day.

Note that we are humans and we are often traveling, so please be understanding if we do not respond immediately. You will receive a contact phone number for Coyote Trail once you submit your information via our form.

I work with Coyote Trail to conduct motorcycle tours of Pakistan as well as other private trips.

Since we’re both avid travelers, we also help out and host a lot of travelers coming to Pakistan. We decided to work together to offer cheap letters of invitation for Pakistan. I help with outreach and receiving funds (a problem in Pakistan), Coyote Trail provides the invitation letters and assistance on the ground.

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