Pakistan has recently experienced a renaissance in tourism, with many international travel bloggers emerging that share the country’s travel experience with followers.
Travel blog Aly Tamir AKA Dear Alyne is trying to break stereotypes about Pakistan with her travel blog.
His latest video shows Pakistan as one of the most affordable tourist destinations. Alyne’s blog is the most affordable adventure, focusing on how to spend a great holiday in Asian countries for just $100.
Pakistan has recently experienced a renaissance in tourism, with many international travel bloggers emerging that share the country’s travel experience with followers. Alyne, one blogger who traveled to understand the real situation in Pakistan reiterated that it was not dangerous.
Here are four reasons why Alyne Tamir supports her claim:
Hospitality: See travel bloggers talking about the generosity of the Pakistani people. She said sellers have repeatedly refused to collect money. Allen saw people sipping apples and tea to tourists on their way because they thought “guests are the blessings of God.”
Affordable prices: Alyne said that even if you pay for something, the price is reasonable, such as the eight-person breakfast for eight people on the mountain for $8; breakfast is $1 and tea is 25 cents. A driver costs $30 a day, and locals can buy custom-made clothes for $16, a boat ride on the lake for 75 cents, and hotel rooms in the most beautiful small cottages. Panoramic can be rented for $50. For what you say Alyne Tamir.
Some people have seen travel bloggers talking about the generosity of the Pakistani people. She said sellers have repeatedly refused to collect money. Allen saw people offering apples and tea to tourists on their way because they thought “guests are God’s blessings”
It’s safe: Alyne’s answer to the most common question “But Isn’t Pakistan dangerous?” Based on his experience and research, he says the crime rate is almost zero in some mountain tourist towns he has visited. She wants people to forget all the negative news they heard and visit the country to see for themselves.
Medical tourism: Interestingly, you also find that Pakistan is suitable for medical tourism: people traveling abroad for medical treatment. When I went to the hospital for a quick check, the price insurance very surprised me. He found that the cost of root canals in Pakistan was $30, while that in Los Angeles, US, was $ 1,500. She thinks the doctors here are as competent as doctors elsewhere.
A travel blogger wants to give people a chance; they may surprise her at her beauty and be unforgettable for life.
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