Pakistan is such a huge country, which comprises countless different regions, ethnicity, and sub-cultures.
Is it safe to travel to Pakistan?
According to Dawn (Pakistan’s leading newspaper), tourism in Pakistan has increased by 317% since 2014, a figure which is easy to believe, especially when you see the large number of travel influencers and content creators who have been promoting tourism in Pakistan recently.
Therefore and, inevitably, the internet is today filled with all sorts of opinions about traveling in Pakistan. Some of them being particularly accurate, while others are poor and written by travelers who just spent a few days in the country, claiming that Pakistan is one of the safest countries in the world or that they felt very safe during their visit.
Seriously, what does feeling safe mean.
Every time the Western media talks about Pakistan, it is not to show you how great its Himalayan mountains are.
Instead, they only mention it when something really awful is going on and, by awful, I mean any negative event caused by Islamist terrorists
Unfortunate events such as car accidents, kidnappings, and terrorist attacks tend to happen unexpectedly, right when you felt safe, no matter in which country you are in, so saying that you felt safe just because nothing happened is kind of naive.
I may not be Pakistani, but I have come to care deeply about Pakistan and it’s burgeoning tourism industry. I strongly believe that the country has infinite tourism potential. And can’t wait to see Pakistanis from all regions benefit from this. And, of course, I can’t wait for the whole world to see what Pakistan is truly like (Eva zu Beck)
The country and region they said was full of terrorists and not safe for a solo female Rosie Gabrielle
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