Tourism of Pakistan:-

Pakistan is an Islamic Republic country located in southern Asia.. It has a border with Afghanistan to the northwest and shares territorial waters with India to the east. The nation is divided into four provinces: Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan. As the 6th most populous country in the world. Pakistan is home to diverse cultures, languages, and landscapes. Tourism of Pakistan is still in its nascent stages, with huge potential for growth.

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Punjab, Pakistan

The province of Punjab is located in South Asia, bordering India’s states of Rajasthan and Haryana. It is the largest province of Pakistan, covering over 33% of its total area. It borders Khyber Pakhtunkhawa to the west, Sindh to the south-east, and the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh to the north-west. Its capital city is Lahore.

Punjab is known as the land of five rivers. These are the Indus River, Chenab River, Ravi River, Beas River and Sutlej River. All these rivers originate from the Himalayas and flow through Punjab before emptying into the Arabian Sea.

The Punjabi people are native to Punjab. They are mainly concentrated in the northern parts of the province. The Punjabis speak the Punjabi language, which belongs to the Indo-Aryan group of languages.

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Sindh, Pakistan

Sindh, also spelled Sind, province of southeastern Pakistan. It is bordered by the provinces of Balochistān on the west and north, Punjab on the northeast, the Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat to the east, and the Arabian Sea to the south. Sindh is essentially part of the Indus River delta and has derived its name from that river, which is known in Pakistan as the Sindhu. The province of Sindh was established in 1970. The provincial capital, Karāchi, is situated on the southwestern coast. Area 54,407 square miles (140,914 square km).

Karachi is the largest city in Pakistan and has been since the British colonial era. It was established in 1822 and became the capital of the province of Sindh in 1956. Its name means “muddy water” in Urdu. Karachi is located at 33°53′N 71°17′E on the Arabian Sea coast.

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Baluchistan, Pakistan

The province of Balochistan is located in South Asia, bordering Afghanistan to the west, Iran to the north-east, Sindh to the south and Pakistan’s Punjab province to the east. Its capital city is Quetta. Balochistan has been inhabited since at least the Paleolithic period. In ancient times, this region was known as Makran (meaning “coastal plain”). Balochistan is home to many ethnic groups including the Balochis, Brahui, Burusho, Chitrali, Dir, Gojri, Gujar, Kuchi, Marri, Mengal, Pashtun, Rajput, Seraiki, Sulaiman, Syedani, Yousafzai, Zazai, etc. Baluchistan is the largest province of Pakistan and covers an area of 1,852,000 km². The name Baluchistan means “land of the Baloch”. The Baloch people are native to the province. They speak the Balochi language. The majority of the population is Muslim. The province borders Afghanistan to the west, Sindh to the southeast, Punjab to the northeast, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the northwest and Iran to the north.

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Khyber Pakhtunkhawa, Pakistan

Khyber Pakhtunkhawa is a province of Pakistan that borders Afghanistan and India. Its capital city is Peshawar. The province has an area of 1,746 km² (670 mi²) and a population of approximately 33 million people.

Khyber Pakthunkhwa is a mountainous region located in the north-west of Pakistan. It was once known as the North West Frontier Province (NWFP), but changed its name after the independence of Pakistan in 1947. In the past, this region was under the rule of various Afghan dynasties.

The province’s name comes from the Pashtun tribe called the Pakhtuns who live in the region. They are divided into different clans, tribes and sub-tribes.

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Gilgit Baltistan (GB), Pakistan

Gilgit Baltistan (GB) is a region located in Pakistan that has been known for its rich biodiversity. This area is home to many rare species of flora and fauna including the Himalayan brown bear, snow leopard, red panda, and the musk deer. There are also over 1,000 different types of birds, including the great hornbill, the Himalayan monal, and the black eagle.

The name GB comes from two words; Gilgit means “the land of the people who live at the confluence of rivers” and Baltistan means “the land between the mountains”.

The climate of this region varies greatly depending on altitude. At lower altitudes, temperatures can reach as high as 50 degrees Celsius while at higher elevations, they can drop below -20 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is sparse throughout the year, except for the months of June through September.

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Introduction -Tourism of Pakistan

Pakistan is a country that is rich in history and culture. From the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro to the modern metropolis of Karachi, there is much to see and do in Pakistan. The people are friendly and welcoming, and the food is delicious. There are also many scenic & attractive areas. Such as the Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain range. Which offer opportunities for hiking and camping. Whether one is interested in history, culture, nature, or food, Pakistan has something to offer.

Tourism of Pakistan

Pakistan is a land of diverse cultures and natural beauty.
The people of Pakistan are warm and hospitable.
There are many places in Pakistan that are worth visiting.
Some of the popular tourist destinations in Pakistan are:
Naran, Kaghan, Shogran.
Neelum Valley.
Hunza Valley.
Skardu Valley.
Chitral Valley.
Kalam Swat Valley.
Murree & Nathiagali.
Saif ul Malook.
Lahore City Tour.
Islamabad Sightseeing.
Useful tips for tourists travelling to Pakistan.

Pakistan Tourism

Naran Valley

is a one of the most beautiful town in Pakistan. It is a small town in upper of Kaghan Valley. The beautiful views, rivers, and lakes have spectacular views in Naran Valley. Here is a list of famous visiting place in Naran Kaghan Valley below.

Visiting Places:

  • Kunahar River
  • Lake Saif-ul-Malook
  • Lalazar Babusar
  • Noori Valley
  • Purbi Valley

Kaghan Valley

Valley is considered to be a most beautiful valleys of the Mansehra district in Pakistan. The valley is approximately 160 kilometers long and is a popular summer holiday resort for tourists.

Salient features of Kaghan valley:-

  • Kunhar river – the main feature of the valley
  • Gujar nomads with their cattle
  • Honey sellers
  • Potato farms
  • Trout fish

Shogran Valley

Shogran is situated at an altitude of 2400 (7500 feet) meters above sea level. At this altitude it stands well above the valley. After crossing Kawai, visitors find themselves in Shogran, a heavenly place with beautiful views. Shogran has a number of guest houses tourists can stay for the night.

Hunza Valley

 Hunza, known as Heaven on Earth. This is a beautiful mountainous valley located in the Gilgit- Baltistan region of Pakistan. Hunza valley was central as a trading route from Central Asia to the subcontinent. Hunza is one of the most exotic places in Pakistan. Several high peaks rise above 7,000 m in the surroundings of Hunza Valley. The valley provides views of several mountains.

It has a rich culture and a diverse landscape, which makes it an attractive tourist destination. Some of the tourist destinations in Pakistan include the city of Lahore, the Hunza Valley, the Kaghan Valley, and the Swat Valley.

Historical Sites

Pakistan has a population of over 220.9 million (2020) people. Pakistan is the fifth most populous country in the world. The nation is bordered by the Iran to the west, Afghanistan to the northwest and north, China to the northeast, and India to the east and southeast.

Pakistan is a mountainous country and has more than 5,000 glaciers. The Karakoram and the Hindu Kush ranges are located in Pakistan. The highest peak in Pakistan is K2, which is 8,611 metes high.

Conclusion

Pakistan is a fascinating country with a rich history and a diverse culture. There are many places to visit in Pakistan. From the dramatic mountains in the north to the tropical beaches in the south. There is something for everyone in Pakistan. So if you’re looking for an adventure, be sure to add Pakistan to your list of travel destinations.

This article has provided a snapshot of the tourism industry in Pakistan. Although the country has a lot to offer tourists.

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