Looking for some new and totally different places to visit in 2020. Then here is one among the foremost eye-caching country within the world, Pakistan is all set to become a must-visit destination for the travelers and tourists. A recent Forbes article includes Pakistan in it's The Not Hot List: Ten Best Under-the-Radar Trips for 2020.
An American magazine wrote, "Closed countries are opening up. Savvy luxury agencies are making remote destinations for travelers who don't want to rough it or risk much." The list options different countries like Armenia, Chad, Eritrea, Guatemala, Mongolia and Saudi Arabia among others.
Interestingly, the criterion for the list was supported a newly discovered but essential need of the various modern tourists: “Where can we attend avoid other tourists?” The magazine points out that a lot of travel agencies and native tour guides "have learned to bring less obvious, under-tourist places to life during a way that yields the type of insights you would possibly expect from their over-touristed equivalents.
Founder of Wild Frontiers Jonny says: “Pakistan is perhaps the ultimate adventure travel destination.”
“It offers ancient Indus civilizations stretching back 4,000 years, and exciting cities like Lahore with it's magnificent forts, mosques and palaces. But most significantly it offers you incredible scenery especially in the northern areas where the three greatest mountain ranges meets. Cultural tourism, mountain biking, rafting and trekking are great in Pakistan. The infrastructure of Pakistan has also improved, with resurfaced roads and new tunnel that will cut down your travelling time, new and luxury hotels are opening within the region.”
Last month, Pakistan made it to Condé Nast Traveller's list of best holiday destinations to visit for 2020. And definitely improved security situation must revive the tourism industry. The thing that make tourists get attract to Pakistan is its natural beauty and its diverse cultures. Moreover, Pakistan is declared as world’s third-highest potential adventure destination for 2020 by the British Backpackers Society (BBS).
Sadly, Pakistan still lags behind neighbors within the region and was ranked the smallest amount competitive country in South Asia last year when it involves travel and tourism by the World Economic Forum.
Surely no doubt that Pakistan has matchless beauty, but what it lacks is a structure that can facilitate tourism— more importantly, what it needs are stricter laws and policies which will safeguard our natural sites and historical landmarks from the onslaught of over-tourism.
And definitely improved security situation must revive the tourism industry.