Pakistan is full of places that are soothing to the soul, with the lush forests to the roaring waterfalls and the magnificent mountains. Each has a unique sense of beauty that cannot be portrayed through any photograph yet still succeed in capturing more than just the interest of many.
Going a long way back in history, British railroad engineers were placing tracks through the Indus river valley when they found very old bricks that seemed to belong to an ancient civilization. The local people then told the engineers that ruins of Indus valley civilization were also made up of the same bricks! Gradually around 1,500 additional settlements were discovered and the existence of the famous archaeological sites Mohenjo Daro and Harappa was confirmed.
Exploring up north is like entering into a different world- sheltered and hidden away from the rest of the borough and filled with nature’s countless marvels. What could be better than spending some cool wintry nights in the lap of nature away from the regular mundane life! The northern areas of Pakistan offer views that will leave you reeling with pique and astonishment. You can find peaceful winding paths to turquoise blue lakes to lofty mountain peaks waiting to offer you an adventure of a lifetime.
Best advice ever:
Quit your job and travel!
Do you feel like being stuck in a rut and packing everything up and leaving for a life on the road? As much as this sounds unreal, people from all over the world have now been traveling to ‘find themselves’ and getting away from the thrones of digitization and regular hubbub of life! Typically, in this modern world of 9 to 5, countless installments, bills and infinite errands our days become pretty boring, often lacking the much needed change.
Do you tend to stick to sightseeing, involving the famous tourist spots only?
Do you enjoy following your own travel plan with little or no changes?
Are you open to learning a new language or interacting with the locals?