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    Tourism situation in Pakistan

    I've never been to Pakistan nor have I heard of any friends who have. I read once on Lonely Planet that its the next big tourist spot. I also love Pakistani food(at least the kinds they serve in the Pakistani Restaurants in Manila). If I go sometime, I'd like to see the Mohenjo-daro ruins. For anyone who has been there before, what are the popular tourist sites in Pakistan and what are the best safest cities to go to?

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    Re: Tourism situation in Pakistan

    Quote Originally Posted by Alfonso View Post
    I've never been to Pakistan nor have I heard of any friends who have. I read once on Lonely Planet that its the next big tourist spot. I also love Pakistani food(at least the kinds they serve in the Pakistani Restaurants in Manila). If I go sometime, I'd like to see the Mohenjo-daro ruins. For anyone who has been there before, what are the popular tourist sites in Pakistan and what are the best safest cities to go to?
    I'd say Abbottabad is a safe place, and I'd not worry so much about safety... as long as you stay away from small villages located near the mountains :P You can find a lot of those in the north of Pakistan actually. I've heard people who have been to Israel recently can't get into Pakistan, same applies if you are jewish (like I'm going to tell them right?! lol). I'm not sure if that's just a myth tho.

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    Re: Tourism situation in Pakistan

    hi
    Minar e pakistan
    badshahi mosque
    shalimar garden

    these are in Lahore

    islamabad nar margalla hils area

    Muree mountains and beyond

    have fun

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    Re: Tourism situation in Pakistan

    It is true that Pakistan is a beautiful place to visit. But if you concern about your security than i must say that it is not the right time to visit Pakistan.

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    Re: Tourism situation in Pakistan

    Pakistan is one of the most beautiful countries with some of the friendliest people I have ever encountered.
    The best places I personally enjoyed the best was The Hunza Valley.From there we travelled a few hours up the Karakoram highway. The hire of the tent for the family I think was about $1 a night or something, very little. It was wonderful we had open views of the valley of one of the most beautiful and luscious valleys below and K2 as a backdrop.There are probably a few places at the moment to avoid along the Afghan border for obvious reasons, but take advise when you are in Pakistan and not from the people whose worldview is only from Fox News. Have a great trip!
    Last edited by lovely; 07-02-2014 at 11:04 PM.

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    Re: Tourism situation in Pakistan

    Start off by a visit to Taxila then go to Abbottabad on to the Galiyaat area on to Murree and then back to Islamabad. Another route is go to Azad Kashmir places like Rawlakot etc.

 

 

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