The PTI-led government under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. He has taken numerous steps in making SOPs for reviving Tourism which hurt the viral industry. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Labor Minister for Culture Shaukat Yousafzai said on Monday.

In a private news channel, he said that the Government had drafted strict guidelines given the tourist and industry coronavirus. But would resume its activities following the upcoming Eid-ul-Adha administration.

SOPs for reviving Tourism

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he was keen to increase tourism in the scenic northern regions of Pakistan. He was monitoring the situation so that soon after the coronavirus he could recover it. “The government’s goal is to develop better infrastructure to allow tourists to visit more places. The attractiveness of national and international tourists depends on better hotel facilities, transport, infrastructures, good highways. The food industry, and improved recreations and health is more important” he said. “There is the best-equipped country in Pakistan,” he said, inviting foreign tourists.

We will supply tourist regions with all international standard facilities. It includes hotels, hospitals, filling stations, green belts, sports fields, Jeep tracks, etc.

Tourism Potential in Pakistan

“The tourism potential in Pakistan is enormous. Under the Prime Minister ‘s dream of improving the economy, the KPK Government will support the tourism industry.”

After the policies of the current administration, the world recognized the fact that Pakistan is safe and the best destination for tourism, particularly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Shaukat Yousafzai said the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa administration is doing hard work in every corner of the province to promote tourism, adding that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be introduced to the world as a tourist brand that attracts more tourists and visitors to the province. He ensured that KPK would become the tourist center of domestic and foreign tourists in line with modern developments.

He said that, given Pakistan ‘s diverse culture, heritage, and natural resources, Pakistan’s sector has tremendous potential. However, the government should encourage the private sector to make investments to boost this sector. This will help to update and grow new existing tourism sites.

Naran – The Most Beautiful Valley of Pakistan

The town of Naran, which belongs to the Khyber Pakhtun Khwa Province of Pakistan, is medium in size in the Upper Kaghan Valley. It is one of Pakistan’s most magnificent northern regions, 2500 m above the level of the sea. Its beauty attracts many people and is therefore a renowned tourist and hikers resort. Naran ‘s weather is very cold. Ice is never melting on top of the mountain.

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River Rock Cottages Naran

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Naran Valley is the most popular area and is the Earth’s paradise. The river Kunhar flows on its sides, surrounded by lush green trees. Naran in Kaghan Valley’s most popular tourist destination, with many hotels and rest houses clustered for the visitors. It is a spot of natural beauty with large pine trees, fir trees, and shrubs. On the mountains from gray to mud brown, and various shades of green, yellow, and orange, a variety of colors are visible. Clouds and snow blanket the Himalayan mountain ridges of the area. The path to Kaghan is very risky, as the deep slopes to the river are to the left and the high mountains to the right.