Tourism

Pakistan is full of breathtaking locations which will make you fall in love with this country.  The country has tremendous potential for tourism by virtue of its long rich history, cultural diversity, geo-strategic position and captivating landscapes. The tourism products offered by us can be categorized into four types: religious tourism, archaeological and historical tourism, adventure tourism and conventional tourism. If you are a tourist or love travelling then you must compile a list of places you plan to visit in the future.

Natural Tourism

Highly Recommended tour During the Summer Season from May till November breath taking views of the Himalaya mountains along the Karakorum highway, Know the culture and art of Hunza Gilgit & Skardu,.

Honeymoon Tourism

Do you think that the beautiful journey of your marriage should begin from a beautiful destination? Planning a surprise honeymoon is an ultimate romantic gesture, and the greatest gift you could ever give her. Wam & Zings introduces great honeymoon packages for couples who wish to make their honeymoon the most beautiful and memorable event of their life.Honeymoon packages include the most exotic international honeymoon destinations where you can cherish romantic moments, and bring some unforgettable memories back home.

Religious Tourism

Pakistan is the crucible of two religions of the world Hinduism and Buddhism-and cradle of another, Sikhism. Gurdwaras at Nankana Sahib and Hasanabdal are a great attraction for Sikhs all over the globe. Then there are shrines of Sufis and saints, which attract a large number of pilgrims from different regions. These include the shrines of Data Ganj Bakhsh, Shah Hussain, Mian Mir, Bahauddin Zakaria and Baba Farid in Punjab, and Lal Shahbaz Qalandar and Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai in Sindh.

Archaeological Tourism

Pakistan is the cradle of two ancient civilizations-the Indus Valley Civilisation and the Gandhara Civilisation. In particular, the excavations of the Gandhara civilization represent one of the oldest remains of the Buddhist culture in Asia and are of special spiritual significance for the Buddhists living in the affluent regions of East and South East Asia. Then there are monuments built by successive dynasties and rulers, particularly the Mughals. These include the Royal Fort, Badshahi Mosque, Shalimar Garden, Tombs of Emperor Jehangir and Empress Noor Jehan, Rohtas Fort and the Shah Jahan Mosque.

Adventure Tourism

Pakistan has some of the world’s highest mountains in a knot of four great mountain ranges, the Hindu Kush, Pamir, Karakoram and the Himalayas. The country has the distinction of having five peaks above 8,000 meters each including the second loftiest mountain of K-2. The country also has the largest glaciers on the globe outside the polar region. These mountains and glaciers offer a tremendous attraction for adventurers.

Conventional Tourism

This form of tourism includes festivals, sports, customs, traditions and arts and crafts. Among the festivals, basant is arguably the most popular from international tourism perspective. Celebrated in February-March to herald the spring, basant attracts a large number of foreign tourists.

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