The Independent reports that London-based Wild Border Tourism has listed Pakistan as one of its main tourist destinations by 2020. The leaflet said: “This fall, the visit of the Duchess and Duchess of Cambridge to Pakistan has brought the country back into focus.”
He added: “Wild borders have always referred to Pakistan as the next important destination in two years, as the number of customers this year has increased by 20% compared to 2018.”
In April, the Telegraph said Pakistan was becoming the next big thing in the tourism industry.
According to the newspaper, the country was once the most famous classic “hippie road” or “land road” from Europe to the Far East, and Western youth were disappointed. Not only are Peshawar and Lahore safe, but they also find a place to relax in a budget hotel for a few days.
Over the past decade, the country’s legal situation and order have severely hit the economy, shaming the country into a dangerous destination, but military action against terrorists has improved their horizons.
After taking office, Pakistan’s Tahreek e Insaf government is trying to improve infrastructure to facilitate tourists’ arrival in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has set up a working group to plan policies and strategies.
Speaking on Thursday at a conference in Islamabad on promoting tourism in the country, the Prime Minister said that Pakistan, because of its beautiful scenery, has become an attractive destination on international tourism maps.
The prime minister said the government’s lounge was built with taxpayer money and that the property should be a source of income, not useless lies.