Pakistan is a land of many splendors. The scenery changes northwards from coastal beaches to sandy deserts, desolate plateaus, fertile plains, dissected uplands and high mountains with beautiful vales, snow covered peaks and eternal glaciers. Brick cities from the Indus civilization, which flourished around B. C, stand with Buddhist ruins.
With more and more foreign investment and funding, Pakistan was able to build its major road and air networks to cater mass movements of cargo and inter-city travel. Roads are being developed by several consultants from the Northern Areas all the way down to the Port of Karachi.
Statistics from the last decade show tourism is a "market led industry and not supply driven" which has led a large decline in travel to Pakistan.
This has led to fewer tour agencies being set up and development of historical sites. It has been estimated that the public and private sectors have gradually earned less income from the tourism market causing less investment and innovation within the industry.
This has led to several sites to depreciate over time and the lack of minimum international standards have left many sites in poor states. The latest budget showed that less money was being spent on research and marketing and more on defence and other fixed markets.
Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation[ edit ] Some have encouraged the government to again attract tourists to Pakistan by initiating the sponsorship of new businesses in the tourist market: The maturation of human and natural resources can also contribute in development of this feeble industry.
Advertising campaigns need to attract tourist by developing holiday packages tailored to explore the greater regions of the country. The Ministry of Tourism was responsible for the policy formulation, development, marketing and promotion of foreign and domestic tourism besides coordination and regulating of federal and provincial governments and private sector activities responsible and involved in tourism.
The promotions of tourism was transferred to the provinces. Now each province runs its own organization that is responsible for tourism. It is now responsible for the development of tourism sector.27 rows · Pakistan ratified the convention on 23 July , making its historical sites eligible for inclusion on the list.
Since then, UNESCO has designated six sites in Pakistan as World Heritage sites and eighteen sites are on the tentative list. Culture of Pakistan - history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, customs, family No-Sa.
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Gurdwara Sahib – (Gurughar) the house of Holy Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
The holy book is written, composed and complied by the Sikh Gurus themselves which is worshiped by every Sikh devotee. The Sikh Temple, symbol of freedom and spiritual independence for all devotees.
In Sikhism it is a place to meditate, to offer prayers to the almighty – Akal Purakh who runs this whole universe. 5: The Historical Silk Road. Follow in the footsteps of the explorers of old.
To travel in Pakistan is to step back into the pages of history. Marco Polo was one of the first European explorers to tackle the silk road, an ancient trade route that spanned the Orient, linking the treasuries of the Roman Empire to the Imperial Dynasties of kaja-net.com the trade route’s heart lies the Karakoram, a.