The Babar Azam-led unit leads the two-match series one-nil
Pakistan and South Africa cricket teams have left for Islamabad ahead of the second Test in Rawalpindi.
The contingent which departed for Islamabad, through a chartered flight, included cricketers, support staff and umpires.
The second Test between the two sides is set to begin on February 4 at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan lead the series, one-nil, after winning the first Test in comprehensive fashion by seven wickets.
Apart from the two-Test series, South Africa will play three Twenty20 Internationals on their return to Pakistan for the first time since a militant attack on the Sri Lanka team bus in Lahore in 2009 which killed six policemen and two civilians.
Proteas are touring Pakistan for the first time since 2007.