As the world is evolving, women around the globe are being empowered by their critical roles and services to different sectors of development. Pakistan isn’t far behind when it comes to the achievement of the female gender. Pakistan has provided a great platform for some young, motivated women to make literal journeys to greatness. Following are some inspirational female travelers in Pakistan who traveled to remarkable places in astounding ways.
Pakistan has not been viewed as a multicultural society. With its rich cultural background and deep intermixing of religious and native customs, little room is left for the country to be influenced by other cultures. Or so we thought. In retrospect, culture is bound to diversify as time goes on and the adaptive nature of people living in any community makes it impossible to avoid change. Tripkar brings you some interesting facts to consider Pakistan as a global village:
This shout for demanding alertness is not the only attention grabbing thing at the prestigious and historic Wagah Border Parade Ceremony. In recent times, the flag lowering ceremony has become a great source of traditional entertainment. The ceremony is also called the Beating Retreat Ceremony and has been described in many different ways ranging from ‘Colorful!’ to ‘Ugly!’ The most apt and condensed description would be ‘carefully choreographed contempt’ as stated by Michael Palin.
Are you yawning at your desk, maybe slouching in your chair? You feel like you could really use a walk in fresh air right about now? Then there’s no simpler and better way to put this: take time off from work… to travel! We’re all familiar with that joke where you’re advised to get up, go outside, book a ticket to Mexico and never come back. Well, that’s not really a bad idea, except you’ll have to come back! Take time off from work to travel, opt for some solo travel. Traveling has a lot of benefits including decrease in stress, anxiety and depression.
Early this August, TripKar organized a trip to the beautiful region of Gilgit Baltistan. The week long trip was an eventful journey, starting from Lahore and included river rafting at Naran, exploring the historic Altit and Baltit Forts, boating at Attabad Lake and touching the border at Sost.