Pakistan among top travel destinations


Pakistan is a country with abundant natural beauty and tourist attractions. The country comprises of beautiful mountains, spectacular valleys, picturesque villages, beautiful streams and snowed covered mountain peaks which make it a must visit country for people. This land of beauty got no attention in the past due to which the world’s little know about the unexplored beauty of the land.

However, the incumbent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) paid great attention to the tourism sector, resultantly the positive outcomes could be seen in the short span of our one year of Imran Khan led government, as the country has been included among the top  ’10 Best Under-the-Radar Trips’ for 2020.

It is truly a great news for Pakistanis since there was a time when the country was portraying a dangerous place to visit but now things change altogether, as Pakistan emerged as among the best travel tourists destination, as it would not only help improve image of the country but will also help generate revenue for national kitty and boost local business in the country.    

Pakistan is one of the top 10 under-the-radar travel destinations for 2020, according to recent article published by Forbes.

Despite tipping Pakistan off as one of the next big destinations since a few years, the recent visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has made Pakistan one of the most-anticipated destinations to watch out for, according the  Wild Frontiers.

“Pakistan is perhaps the ultimate adventure travel destination,” said Wild Frontier founder Jonny Bealby.

“It offers ancient Indus civilisations stretching back 4,000 years, and exciting cities like Lahore with its forts, mosques and palaces. But most of all, it offers incredible scenery, particularly in the north where the three greatest mountain ranges collide.

“Pakistan is great for trekking, mountain biking, rafting or just cultural tourism. The infrastructure has also improved, with resurfaced roads and new tunnels cutting down travel time, new luxury hotels are opening up in the region,” he added.

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