You love to travel, right? If so, that does not necessarily make you a traveler. You might be a tourist, depending upon a lot of factors. Similarly, for all those who use “traveler” as an alternate term for “tourist”, it may seem like splitting hairs but there are some differences between both, with some of the major ones outlined below. So, if you fancy yourself as a traveler or tourist, here’s how to find out if your idea is actually true.
A lot of non-Muslims might consider traveling during the month of Ramadan especially to a Muslim country, a daunting idea. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast, in all senses of the word: no food or water, no swearing, no lies, no cigarette or anything that has a taste, before the Maghrib prayer. So, to many non-Muslims, the month of Ramadan can seem to be scary. But for Muslims, the month of Ramadan is the most beautiful time of the year and usually the favourite time of the year too. It’s the month when Muslims come together and enthusiastically practice self-discipline for God. So, here is what its like traveling in Pakistan during Ramadan.
We at Tripkar celebrated World Tourism Day 2016 at its fullest. The aim of this day is to ponder upon the significance of tourism and its social, economic, political and cultural value to the economy. To celebrate this day we planned a fun filled evening amongst our colleagues with the objective of creating awareness and inform people about this day’s importance.
Sports have taken various forms with the passage of time. Gone are the days when sports used to mean cricket, volleyball, football only. Now, this term has captured the gushing waters as well with the worldwide popularity of rafting, cliff diving, angling, surfing and yachting. Where in the world, water sport have attained considerable boom, liking for water sport has also started gaining momentum in Pakistan. The introduction of these water activities such as cliff diving in Pakistan has brought about wonderful tourism opportunities in many areas across the country.
In this era of social media, where people are more connected via internet rather than in their real lives. Instagram is also an important and frequently used application. With the passage of time, Instagram has now gone viral in Pakistan as the world is now a global village. Everyone is busy posting about their lives, random activities they do in their everyday lives, different places they visit and a lot more happenings. Initially, it was common among the youth of Pakistan but nowadays everyone is pretty much interested in it. Pakistani has always tried to portray a positive and beautiful image of Pakistan especially on social media and following the trend they are also playing an important role in creating a brighter and positive image of Pakistan on Instagram as well. Tripkar brings you a list of top Instagram accounts to follow to discover Pakistan’s beauty: