Northern areas of Pakistan is blessed with the epitome of beauty. From majestic lakes and streams to lofty mountain peaks to lush green forests, northern areas are one of the most-visited tourist spot. The weather is mostly pleasant during summers as well, which makes it even more attractive for tourists living in the southern parts of Pakistan. The famous lakes of Pakistan welcomes people through its glorious mountains, lush green forests, fresh water streams and turquoise blue lakes.
Swat Expressway is a major project undertaken by the K-P government. Constructed at a cost of 38 billion, the eighty-one kilometer long expressway is said to boost much needed economic and agricultural activities.
Traveling has gained much popularity all over the world and airports are being more and more crowded as time passes by. Regardless of where you are travelling, conventional wisdom tells us to arrive at least two hours prior to the flight at the airport, to avoid any delay. Once you drop your luggage and pass through every security control you have plenty of time available at your disposal. Be it the over priced and low quality small restaurants or souvenirs, airport lounges are usually designed to cater to travelers willing to kill time.
From the unending expanse of burning hot sand to fascinating barren landscapes of Cholistan, deserts of Pakistan hold immense importance when it comes to the topography of the country. With golden sand dunes, distant ponds of water and a few lifeless trees, deserts have their own beauty. Adventurous tourists from all over the world visit these deserts, pertaining to the mysterious and perplexing history that has been around for thousand of years.
Boasting a plethora of natural and cultural attractions, tourism in Pakistan is now rising. The country has a lot to offer: from majestic valleys to historical landmarks, rich culture to friendly people, Pakistan is one of those countries where one is likely to have a totally unforgettable experience.