Today marks the beginning of a new adventure for foreign tourists in Pakistan, as the Alpine Club Pakistan launches its rickshaw journey from Islamabad to Khunjerab Pass.
With a large number of foreign tourists expected to participate, this event offers a unique opportunity to experience the country’s many wonders firsthand.
Eight tourists from the United Kingdom are ready to begin their Rickshaw Adventure from Islamabad to Khunjerab, the Alpine Club of Pakistan (ACP) said.
Speaking to the media about the initiative, the President of Alpine Club, Abu Zafar Sadiq, stated that foreign tourists will reach Khunjerab from various locations. This promises to be an exciting journey for all involved, and a great way to promote tourism in Pakistan.
Karar Haidari, Secretary of the Alpine Club, responded to a recent tourism-promoting initiative by stating that the country has seen more tourists than ever before – a good sign for the development of the tourism industry.
Haidari’s statement comes after the government launched a new initiative to promote the country as a tourist destination. The initiative, which includes a new advertising campaign and a series of events and promotions, is designed to increase the number of tourists visiting the country.
So far, the initiative seems to be working, with the number of tourists visiting the country increasing. This is good news for the tourism industry, which is a major source of income for the country.
He went on to say that the seven-day rickshaw adventure to Khunjerab would be a great attraction for tourists, and urged the government to help with visas and other services in order to increase the number of tourists.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial government has established a new tourism police force in the province to ensure better security for tourists. This is a significant development that will help to improve safety for tourists in the area.