Pakistan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Abundantly blessed by Mother Nature, Pakistan has various beautiful honeymoon spots for couples to enjoy. Be it the snow covered emerald lakes, cascading waterfalls, wild green mountain cliffs or enchanted forests, couples will have a splendid time, exploring the gorgeous places in Pakistan. We bring to you top 5 honeymoon destinations in Pakistan for an undeniably romantic getaway, now you can book honeymoon tour online:
Pakistanis will witness Super Moon at sunset today. According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department the moon will be closest to the Earth, since January 1948. If the skies are clear, the Super Moon will be sighted around 6:52 pm and will appear around 14% bigger and 30% brighter than the normal moon.
Battling through life threatening storms and lightning strikes, Antoine Girard has set the record straight. The adventure enthusiast soared above the highest mountain in the world. The french paraglider flew up to 8,157 meters above the Broad Peak located in the northern areas of Pakistan, higher than anyone has flown before.
The Ev-K2-CNR Chartered Association is an autonomous, non-profit association which promotes scientific and technological research in mountain areas mainly Hindu Kush, Karakoram and Himalayas. The association works through a network of national and international scientific collaborations, in particular with the Italian National Research Council. Besides, their aim is to further expand scientific knowledge, build research centers to support local scientists and promote development cooperation and to preserve mountain environments. Tripkar brings you information regarding the recent Glacier Cleanup Campaign conducted in Karakoram National Park:
The ancient city of Shehr e Roghan is situated at Lasbela Balochistan, Pakistan. Also known as the City of Caves or City of Jinns, this archaeological town is visited by many to explore its roots and the mystery behind the caves. Shehr e Roghan is isolated from the civilization, many historians believe that the City of Caves was once a huge Buddhist Monastery in the eighth century. However, this place goes back to 1500 B.C and was rediscovered by the British in 1858. Tripkar brings you some interesting information regarding Sher e Roghan also known as Gondrani: