If you are planning a trip to Pakistan and want trekking to be part of your trip then look no further, you are headed in the right direction. There are many trekking enthusiasts in Pakistan and their needs are catered by the rugged beauty of the lofty mountains surrounded by shimmering waterfalls cascading down in glee. It not only boosts tourism in Pakistan but also offer breathtaking, enthralling trekking routes. Experience the thrill of sheer adventure by trekking in Pakistan amidst the world’s most beautiful places.
Pakistan is blessed with countless majestic and breathtaking views. Home to some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, topography and lively people, Pakistan attracts locals and foreigners alike to spend their vacations in different parts of the country. One such place in Pakistan is the awe inspiring Hunza, a must-visit tourist destination. Explore Hunza in autumn when the place is covered with a riot of yellow poplars, red orchards and golden maize covering rooftops. Tripkar.com brings you “visual” reasons to visit Hunza during autumn:
When you are traveling up north, there is more than just the concern of not being able to trek. In the recent few decades, the concept of back-packing has settled well with us Pakistanis. It is more than just a tradition to take a hike up north once every year. The purple, snow-capped peaks of Himalayas gasp wonder and beauty for the people of Pakistan.
Loaded with health benefits, longevity and essential vitamins including Vitamin E & K, olives and olive oil is widely used all around the world. Since ancient times Mediterranean countries have focused on the production of olives and olive oil, extensively using it for cooking and health purposes. Pakistan is blessed by mother nature thus the country’s production has always been centered around agricultural produce. To encourage the growth of olives in the country, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to initiate a project of one billion solely on olive tree plantation project.
In the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan lies a beautiful and cultural district known as Chitral. The district is a very popular tourist spot of this country mainly because of its customs and traditions which stand out from other places of Pakistan. Sharing borders with other popular tourist places like Swat and Gilgit Baltistan, Chitral is usually included in the trip of majority of tourists who make arrangements for Pakistan tour. The history of Chitral Pakistan, tourist attractions, weather and accommodation will make you visit this place at least once in your life. The locals speak Khowar language and take pride in their unique cultures and traditions whose roots date back to many centuries. They are known as Khow and are well-recognized for their ethnic diversity. Religiously, however, approximately 97% of the population comprises of Muslims while it is said that Kalash tribes are atheists.