Animal hunting has been quite an old activity. Where it used to be done for food initially, it became a hobby and a status symbol later on. Gradually the hunting of animals for their skins and parts became an industry and big fashion brands, home decor companies, shoe manufacturers started using them for different products. Apart from hunting, the development of urban areas, pollution and destruction of natural habitats played a vital role in increasing the risk of extinction of some of the most beautiful animals in Pakistan. Tripkar has compiled a list of ten of the most endangered animals of Pakistan.
The Northern Areas of Pakistan have long been a well-kept secret but now, with an increasing number of tourists heading there, the region is fast becoming a favorite holiday destination among many. Skardu Pakistan is the second biggest city in the region and the most important city in Baltistan division. It is also home to one of the two airports in Gilgit Baltistan, so it is likely that you’ll land in Skardu if you go there by air. Tripkar has compiled a list of some of the main reasons why you should visit Skardu at least once.
Tourists usually head towards Gilgit, Baltistan when they are planning to spend their vacations in Pakistan because it is one of the most beautiful places of the country with reasonable hotels and accommodation. With various attractive spots and scenic beauty, Gilgit Baltistan pulls a huge number of tourists from within the country and abroad each year. To be specific, one mountainous valley is very popular in this regard named as Hunza. Situated to the extreme north of Pakistan, Hunza valley is a place worth visiting and generates significant revenue via tourism. Apart from providing breathtaking view of tall mountains like Rakaposhi, Hunza peak, Ultar, Ghenta and ladyfinger peak among many others, Hunza valley is home to a watch tower in Garnish village, Altit Fort and Baltit Fort. Also, following are some lakes in Hunza Pakistan which will leave you in awe:
With the flaming sun and markets percolating with lawn collections in every city of Pakistan, summers have set in. Time flies and before we knew it, June is right here. It started in March when spring subsided before it could officially depart. Summer in Pakistan comes with scorching sun, excessive load-shedding, ice cream, eternal love for mangoes, a lot of complaints about how hard and tough summer is and of course desi drinks!