Northern areas of Pakistan are one of the top-most visited tourist spots in the country. The region has awe inspiring sceneries and mesmerizing views. From stunning villages to lofty mountain peaks to lush green meadows and picturesque waterfalls, northern areas of Pakistan are a must visit. Places such as Hunza Valley, Shigar Valley, Gilgit and Swat are known as visitor’s paradise.
Bangkok is one of the most-visited destinations in the world with a number of hotels and other leisure activities to facilitate tourists. From beautiful palaces to museums rich with ancient relics and artifacts to savory and tasty Thai cuisines, Bangkok is known as the City of Angels. Tripkar brings you a list of places to visit in Bangkok for a fun and adventure filled trip:
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.