Pakistan is rich in culture, history, natural beauty. Many local and foreign tourists have been posting the mesmerizing scenes on their social media accounts to share their travel experiences.
Eva zu Beck, the young female Polish tourist has been visiting various cities of Pakistan for the past few time and she is in love with the breath-taking beauty of the region.
Recently, Eva shared an amazing video on her social media handle, expressing how she had felt living in Pakistan and also shared what she believes is the future of tourism in Pakistan.
Beck shared that “See, most of my friends start to chuckle when I tell them this, but it’s really no joke, but I believe Pakistan can be the world’s number one tourism destination. It really can.”
She also came forward with a few arguments as to why she stands her ground and believes in Pakistan.
Here is the post by Eva:
Eva is in deep love with the northern areas of Pakistan, as she had stated that “Starting with the mountains of Pakistan, one of the greatest assets that nature has bestowed on this country. Beyond the current resorts of Malam Jabba and Naltar. Why can’t ski resorts dot the peak of these mountains.”
“And beyond that, looking at the beautiful landscapes views of Skardu and Hunza and Swat….. why can’t Pakistan become the next Bhutan or Nepal?” said Eva.
She further added that “With mountaineering and mountain trekking infrastructures that rival those of its neighbouring countries? With eight of the world’s 20 tallest mountains, this should be the epicentre of the world’s trekking, adventures and mountain tourism.”
Talking about the mesmerizing beaches in Sindh and Balochistan, the international vlogger shared that the entire coast of the Arabian Sea with the right attitude and vision could become one of the world’s prime beach destinations for the seasons. “Imagine five-star resorts, private islands and beach shacks lining the beautiful coastline.
While going through Eva zu Beck’s Instagram posts we can feel that she is having a great time in Pakistan. Enjoy your stay in Pakistan, Eva!
Source: Daily Pakistan