Change is the basic need without which no human can ever think of surviving. Tours and trips have got a great value because they bring about change in life apart from this they have also got a great educative value. Year 2009 is seen as a new beginning in Pakistan where an elected government is trying hard to bring peace.
If you enjoy tours to historical sites then I would say Pakistan is a place just for you as it is as historic as history can get! Pakistan bears the remains of the dawn of human civilization. Without a tour of Pakistan, your knowledge of history would remain incomplete. Waves of conquerors and migrants including Harappan, Indo-Aryan, Persian, Grecian, Saka, Parthian, Kushan, White Hun, Afghan, Arab, Turkics, and Mughal settled in the Indo-Gangetic plains throughout the centuries, influencing the locals and influencing the culture of Pakistan. I personally think that the tourists who are interested in history should tour Pakistan and should not miss Moenjo-daro and Harrapa. Indus Kohistan is a part of the Karakorum highway that I have not seen but a tour of this place was a must. So recently I took a tour of this remote area stuck between Mansehra and Gilgit and I must add that it is a place that should be on the must see list of you tour.
The beauty of Pakistan can indeed not be put in words, no matter how graphically I try to put it and neither can it be imagined in the mind but the only way you can do justice to Pakistan’s natural beauty is by a tour of Pakistan in person and letting yourself be drifted by the nature on a tour of a lifetime.
Pakistan is a beautiful place and for nature and history lovers it is a must visit!