Tourism returns to Pakistan
Tourism is gradually returning to Pakistan, however, as it is, in general, a beautiful, different and peaceful country with so much to see for the adventure traveller. Actually and source is Gov. ukon precautions to travel to Pakistan is simply: keep away from the border towards India and the so called Line of Control. “In recent years, the security situation in Pakistan has improved significantly as a result of action by the Pakistani government and security forces. In 2018, there were around 484,000 visits by British nationals to Pakistan.
Most visits are problem-free. But you should read the tips on how and where to travel in Pakistan and talk to your travel agency or chosen airline. Realistically assuming the situation is in favour of visiting Pakistan as you read this, then you might well consider visiting some of the places below.
The geography of Pakistan includes amazing mountains and a diverse culture. People who travel to Pakistan are very rarely disappointed.
Pakistanis would say that their country is a place of diversity, love, ethnicity and people from different backgrounds. Here, the places to visit in Pakistan are not only famous for their architectural significance but also for their historical background. During your trip to Pakistan, you will most likely fall in love with the welcoming people, enchanting local music, delicious and mouth-watering cuisines, and the culture in general.
Best places to visit in Pakistan
Pakistan has a large number of historical monuments, ancient temples and amazingly built mosques. You will also find magnificent mountains and beautiful deep lakes. Also, the famous Karachi Sea is a must visit. Here are some of the places you should go to in Pakistan.
Mubarak Village, Karachi
Mubarak village is the second largest village for fishermen. It is on the border of Gadani and Karachi. You won’t see any commercial areas here, nor local people living like in Karachi. It is a space, away from the city crowds and hassles of the busy city of Karachi. If you want to spend a relaxed moment of life, in serenity and soothing air, with crystal clear water, the village of Mubarak is a must. Here you will see the traditional life of a seaside village living the simple life catching fish to feed the family.
Do you want to explore the real historical places of Pakistan? UNESCO has designated six sites in Pakistan as World Heritage Sites and eighteen sites are on the tentative list. Ranikot Fort is on the tentative list and is a must visit if you want to explore the historic architecture and history of Pakistan:
The 17th century Ranikot Fort is a historic fort in Talpur near Sann, Jamshoro, Sindh. Ranikot Fort is also known as the Great Wall of Sindh and is said to be the largest fort in the world with a circumference of around 32 kilometres (20 mi). The ramparts of the fort have been compared to the Great Wall of China.
Gorakh’s elevation, around 1200 m., gives it a special climate, with temperatures below zero in winter and generally below 20°C (68°F) in summer, with around 120 mm of average annual rainfall. The Sindh government is constructing a new road connecting Dadu to Gorakh Hill. There is a new rest house for visitors on the hill. Tourists can arrange their own transport from Sehwan Sharif to the hill station. If you travel to Pakistan in winters and visit these Gorakh hills in Sindh, you might be lucky enough to enjoy the beautiful snowfall. Apart from the snowfall, you will also love the scenic views and the amazing atmosphere there.
White Palace, Swat
The Phite Palace is located in Swat. And you can stay there! The White Palace Marghazar Swat hotel is now fully open and the situation is safe again in Swat. The White Palace was built in 1941 by the 1st King of Swat Valley (Mian Gul Abdul Wadood). Later, the palace was transformed into a tourist hotel. The hotel is located 7000 feet above sea level on the Marghazar hill. The Swat valley offers beautiful views and good service and food.
The White Palace of Marghazar was built in 1940 by the first king of Swat, Miangul Abdul Wadud in the small town of Marghazar located about 13 kilometres from Saidu Sharif. The name was given to the palace because it was built in white marble. The palace now serves as a hotel. The White Palace of Marghazar was the summer residence of the Wali of Swat, Miangul Jehanzeb. Located 7,000 feet above sea level on the Marghazar hill, it was later converted into a tourist resort.
Siri Paye is a verdant plateau in the Hindukush ranges. You will love the nature and the scenic views here. Naran and Kaghan are the most beautiful cities in Pakistan. Thousands of tourists travel here to see magnificent valleys, rivers, mountains, glaciers, pine forests, lush vegetation, panoramic views, landscapes and waterfalls – the true beauty of nature.