We may not have treated it well, but Pakistan is blessed with immense scenic beauty which is an absolute treat for the eyes. Especially the Northern areas and the Kashmir region have been a little heaven on Earth, acting as a magnet for the tourists who have been in complete awe looking at country’s natural gifts.
Lush greenery, streams, lakes, springs and sloppy mountains – you name it and the country has to offer. After surviving through decades of terrorism and war against terrorism, country’s beautiful face started to feel like a distant memory. But using the microblogging site Twitter and social media.
Beautiful View which is part of the #Himalayan foothills located within the Margalla Hills National Park, north of capital #Islamabad, #Pakistan. The #Margalla range has an area of 12,605 hectares. #beautifulpakistan pic.twitter.com/ZCRux6O5iQ
— Pakistan Explore (@pakexplore) January 31, 2019
Discover Pakistan – The Land of Wonders. #Travel #Nature #Holiday #Vacations #Journey #Beautiful #PakistanZindabad #BeautifulPakistan #Explore #Asia #DiscoverPakistan #Discover #Heaven #Paradise #Wonderland #WonderfulHolidayWish #Adventure #Tourism #Pakistan #EmergingPakistan pic.twitter.com/o44DCV8t8N
— Emerging Pakistan (@dev9_) January 31, 2019
— 🇵🇰Pakistan Zindabad🇵🇰 (@GumnamSipahiii) January 31, 2019
— Saharbano_4 (@SaharYaseen_4) January 31, 2019
— farhanyounis (@farhanyounis1) January 31, 2019
— Shakeela Asghar (Official) (@ShakeelaAsghar3) January 31, 2019
— Sajjad Bhatti 🇵🇰️ (@EbnePakistan) January 31, 2019
— Irfan Malik (@iam_IrfanMalik) January 31, 2019
#beautifulpakistan Upper Dheer valley in Pakistan #Alhamdulillah Almighty Allah give us every thing only we should need to be unite be humble be hard work to make this country great pic.twitter.com/8776qTmSXH
— Waqas Ahmad (@WaqasAh84635653) January 31, 2019
— ASim ImRAN🇵🇰 (@ASimimRAN22) January 31, 2019
Pakistan was listed among Forbes Top 10 Coolest Places To Visit In 2019. The writer Sara Barbieri specifically suggest the people around the globe visit Shigar and Hunza.
‘’This little-visited region in the far northeast of the country offers the kind of startlingly striking scenery that compels you to gaze from the window without blinking, for fear of missing a moment of the majesty of the landscape — or one of the astounding suspension bridges that cross the surging rivers filled with snowmelt” – Sara further wrote in her article about Pakistan.
“Add to this the warm welcome of the people, the glacial blue of Attabad Lake, the centuries of history, the juxtaposition of granite to greenery, the chance to walk through an age old-apricot orchard along water channels cut by hand, and the blazing snow-covered glory of Rakaposhi and you must acknowledge there is a grand adventure to be had.” – she added.
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