Tahreek-e-Insaf’s government goal to promote tourism in the country, which is led by the Pakistani government, seems to be paying off, and Count Nast Traveler, a luxury travel magazine designed to attract tourists, sees Pakistan as a destination most publishers love. Not only next year but also in the next ten years. Luxury Travel magazine included reasons like loose visa restrictions and places of cultural and environmental cites importance.
In an article published by Lizzie Pook and Tabitha Joyce on her website, the magazine praised Pakistan as an “adventure traveler you should visit” country. “In the past two decades, Pakistan’s tourism industry has been thwarted due to stories of terrorism and the Taliban government,” he said, adding that despite these concerns, the country’s “old valley [and] visa relaxation limitations finally brought him back to the spotlight.
“Pakistan has a total altitude of more than 2655 feet from China and Nepal, which makes it a semi-magnetic place for adventure travelers and bold hikers.” “Visitors can follow in the footsteps of Michael Palin, crossing 12250 The foot-high Shandur Pass, home to the world’s tallest polo stadium, or to meet the Kalash people in the Hindu Kush, with their shell heads and more Known for more embroidery. “.
But Conde Nast Traveller believes the country’s majestic mountains are not the only attraction. “In Lahore, there are 100,000 crowded believers in the 17th-century Badshahi mosque, and you will breathe, while masterpieces of Mughal-era architecture still gleaming on the streets of bustling streets.” Punjab’s provincial capital.
Johnny Bealby, founder and director of Wildland Frontier Adventure, told the magazine that he has seen significant advances in Pakistan’s tourism industry. “The focus is on security measures recommended by the British Foreign Office (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth) to prevent travel to most of the north, and the election of Imran Khan has promised to have an impact, and Imran Khan’s campaign has already had an impact.”
“Resistance tourists will find that little has changed since the Mughal era, as mountain peaks, fairy meadows and overloaded paths cattle meanderingly use precious gemstone mines on the ground, while also extending from the northwest border “Karakorum”, which was given to the ancient mother rock, is one of the most amazing roads in the world.”
According to the magazine, its list is compiled by examining geographically diverse resorts and offering tours ranging from ecotourism to adventure. In addition, in Pakistan, a magazine list recommends travelers looking for Kyoto in Japan: Rijeka, Croatia; Panama. Rabat, Morocco; British Virgin Islands, Friesland Islands, Denmark; Qingdao, China; Lebanon, Maine, U.S; Dakar, Senegal; Egadi, Sicily; Paris, France; Siargao, Philippines; Galway, Ireland; Kangaroo Island, Australia, El Salvador, Brazil; Armenia. Kyrgyzstan, Plymouth, United Kingdom is the best resort in 2020.