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Afghanistan’s blue mountain lakes deserted as tourists stay away

The winter landscape around the deep, blue mountain lakes of Band-e-Amir in the central Afghan province of Bamiyan presents an arresting spectacle empty of...

PM Imran says Skardu airport to enhance tourism

Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the Skardu International Airport and the strategic Jaglot-Skardu road on Thursday, highlighting how the airport will promote and enhance international...

Coronavirus: A blessing in disguise for Pakistan’s tourism

Worldwide coronavirus travel bans, exploration of new tourist destinations and infrastructure development have boosted Pakistan's domestic tourism, with millions of local visitors thronging to...

Covid tourism impact could top $4 trillion: UN

The economic impact from the plunge in tourism since the pandemic emerged last year could top $4 trillion, a UN report said Wednesday. The joint...

PTDC issues guidelines for safe tourism during COVID-19 pandemic

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) issued SOP guidelines and protocols as the tourism sector is allowed to operate once again. The decision...

Direct PIA flight from Lahore to Skardu now possible in under Rs8,000

Pakistan International Airways (PIA) on Wednesday launched the first direct flight carrying 153 passengers from Lahore to Skardu. A one-way ticket from Lahore to...

Winter tourism picks up pace with Deosai plains’ first ski traverse

Prime Minister Imran Khan reported on the exploration of winter tourism in Pakistan, also looking into the feasibility of ski resorts. In a post...

Tourism most beneficial gain from Sri Lanka trip, says Zulfi Bukhari in exclusive interview

Colombo: Prime Minister Imran Khan is currently on a two-day official visit to Sri Lanka today. He has been invited by his Sri Lankan...

AKD Group expands itself to Pakistan’s tourism industry

KARACHI: In a bid to further diversify their business, AKD Group of Companies is going to enter into the travel and tourism industry. For...

A hub of tourism on the banks of Ravi

The once mighty Ravi river - whose banks upheld Takht-e-Lahore in bygone ages – is barely a landmark in the sprawling city now; gracing...

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