PAKISTAN is a peaceful place to live in & to travel. My name is Eva Zu Beck and I am a traveling tourist & video blogger over the past year. I have traveled across Pakistan from north to south and from east to west. My videos and materials about the country have gone and millions of views, but I am not here to talk about myself. Today I am here to talk about what I saw about Pakistan and what I believe I think Pakistan might be the number one tourist in the world. Why do I think starts from the Pakistani mountains? these mountains and more see beautiful scenery old scarred moons will win the lot.

Why Pakistan can’t be the next Bhutan Nepal with a chance. Does mountain climbing infrastructure and trekking that mountain compete with its neighbors? with eight of the 20 tallest mountains in the world this should be the epicenter of adventure and mountain tourism in the world and just look at southern mountains. I visited Hangul National Park in Baluchistan, huh? Couldn’t Be The Next Grand Canyon?

Imagine tourists hiking and camping among these beautiful natural structures. While we were in Baluchistan how can we forgot beaches all over the Arabian coast with the right attitude and vision could be one of World’s best beach Destinations. Pakistan has all Seasons. Imagine areas of private Five-Star resort Islands and beech. That are in Line with Beautiful Coastline. Is Not all that Pretty, Is It? There are in the capital of Quetta.

Lahore, so many things to offer crafts and arts and crafts that I have seen. unlike, any other in the world this is probably Pakistan’s main export and imagine thousands of hundreds thousand tourists carry garbage. Pakistan with them home to share with their community. Religious tourism, Pakistan has a heritage Such an amazing Islamic and I know that Sindh Sufi road can attract not only Muslims, but any tourist interested in about Pakistani history and culture. This is the birthplace of Sikhism and Guru Nan’s travels is home to some of the most important Hindu sites in the world, as well as Buddhist stupas and ruins of rich history Buddhist heritage.

Why People around the world don’t know that Pakistani? It is , where the oldest civilization in the world is , the Indus Valley civilizations , why the city cannot be marked as the code of the Ran fortress or Mohenjo-Daro become the next according to Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat. This prevents Pakistan to become the best place in the world for history buffs and of course not forgetting about food.

Karachi Where are Michelin-starred restaurants? Why can’t these places become one of the best food centers in the world for gastronomic tourism?


From the mighty foothills of the Karakoram in the north to the wide alluvial delta of the Indus in the south; Pakistan remains a land of adventure and nature: hiking, mountain climbing, white water rafting, mountain and desert jeep safaris, camel and yak safaris, trout fishing and bird watching are some of the activities that attract adventure and nature lovers to Pakistan.
Pakistan is endowed with a rich and diverse flora and fauna: the high mountains of the Himalayas, Karakoram and Hindukush with their alpine meadows and permanent snow line, coniferous forests along the mountains, the wide Indus plain that merges with the great desert, the coast and wetlands all boast a remarkably rich and related diversity of vegetation, including endemic and migratory avifauna. Ten of the 18 orders of mammals are represented in Pakistan, with species ranging from the smallest surviving mammal in the world, the Mediterranean pygmy shrew, to the largest mammal in history. known; the blue whale.
Pakistan is home to 108 peaks over 7,000 m and probably as many peaks over 6,000 m. Peaks over 5,000 and 4,000 m are not counted. five of the 14 highest independent peaks in the world (all eight-thousands) are in Pakistan (four of them near Concordia; the confluence of the Baltoro Glacier and the Godwin Austen Glacier)

It takes along effort, dedication and investment to make this vision a reality but I know gifts to Pakistan are endless. This is how I see the future of the tourism industry in Pakistan.