Abundantly blessed with nature’s countless bounties, Pakistan is nothing short of ‘Heaven on Earth’. The country has so much to offer, especially the northern areas that lie in a continuum with the ‘unexplored’and the ‘unknown’. The rugged north is a wild frontier that has now become the ultimate ‘quench’ for adrenaline filled adventurers. In between, the country is filled with picturesque natural wonders including crystal blue lakes, lush green forest and green meadows providing the much needed rejuvenation from the regular hub bub of life.
March marks the end of the cool wintry nights of December! With Summer aboard, bid goodbye to laziness and hop unto an adventure. What could be better than spending some tranquil moments in the lap of nature or sending your adrenaline pumping through the roof to some of the most beautiful getaway destinations in Pakistan! With our travel bucket list ready and amped up lets plan to conquer the unbeknownst and give rise to some of the best experiences to ponder this year:
This year plan for something new! Whether your list includes floating in the dead sea, watching a Broadway musical, climbing mount Everest or hiking through dense forests unbeknownst your destination. This 2018 plan for incredible experiences and amazing itinerary to rejuvenate yourself! YES! you deserve it.
For those of you who look for new endeavors to pursue and experience, here is an opportunity for you to dwell into!
Dinner in the Sky is Coming to Karachi!
A Belgian success story in the skies of more than 40 countries is now going to open there branch in Karachi as well. The company known as Hakuna Matata, is a specialized amusement park installations that deploy cranes to provide a unique dining experience! that is; A freshly prepared meal, fine dining and an astounding experience, all in all being suspended in the air!
A historical prepossessing paradigm, the Katas Raj is a splendid complex of temples dedicated to Hindu deities and mythology.
Situated at a distance of 16 kilometers from Kallar Kahar, Punjab, the site houses seven temples, remains of a Buddha Stupa, medieval sanctuaries, havelis and a sacred pond. As the faithful believe and the Brahmanical story narrates, the pond was created from a tear drop of Shiva as he flew across the sky carrying the dead body of his beloved wife. The legend also goes, the Pandavas came to this place during their exile and built the older temples. Prior to its Hindu roots the site held a Buddhist stupa said to have towered 61 m (200 ft) in height with ten streams around it as described by Alexander Cunningham, the first Director General of the Archaeological Survey of India, in 1872-73 CE.