TOURISM ENVIRONMENT IN PAKISTAN
Tourism in one of the most beneficiary sectors of any country. It is said to be the best GDP booster. Tourism is an easy, quick and effeciant solutions to many weak economic problems such as unemployment, poverty, currency value, etc. How you ask? Well its quite easy: Tourism involes many other industries and organizations to perform such as transportation, hotels, restuarants, guides, etc. So if any country's tourism level is good, the same will be said for the other mentioned sectors as they are the building blocks for a good tourism country. SCOPE:
Pakistan is a country full of different cultures and incompareable venues. It holds four beautiful provinces: Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab, and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. All of which are unique in their own way. Sindh, also known as 'Mehran', holds great historical value and importance. It was here that the oldest yet civilized society was established around 3000 BC ago, the place known as MOEN-JO-DARO . The ruins of which can still be found left for us to watch and wonder their lifestyle. Other tourist attractives are Gorakh Hill Station, loacted on one of the highest plateaus all over Sindh. Not to forget the deeply religious Sehwan Sharif, which is also the final resting place of the famous saint and poet Shahbaz Qalandar (Usman Marvandvi), visited by thousands of local and foreing lovers each year. Balochistan is quite undermined when it comes to tourism. Its tourism level is lower when compared to its sibling provinces, but still holds some exotic and natural places. One of the most special and valued place is the Quaid-E-Azam Residency, the home of the great leader who founded Pakistan. Then there is the Hazarganji Chiltan National Park , which is spread over 32,500 acres. And if you are looking for a peaceful place for your relaxation then the Hanna Lake is the place for you. Punjab holds some of the best hill stations in Pakistan and possible this...
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