According to Alpine Club President Abu Zafar Sadiq, who spoke to the media about the idea, foreign tourists will flock to Khunjerab from all over the world.
This promises to be a fascinating experience for all parties concerned, as well as a fantastic chance to promote Pakistani tourism.
In response to a recent tourism promotion drive, Karar Haidari, Secretary of the Alpine Club, stated that the country had seen more tourists than ever before, which is a positive indicator for the tourism industry’s development.
The administration just started a fresh push to advertise the country as a tourism destination, prompting Haidari’s statement.
The project, which includes a new promotional campaign as well as a series of events and promotions, aims to boost the number of visitors to the country.
The plan appears to be working so far, as the number of tourists visiting the country continues to rise.
This is fantastic news for the country’s tourism industry, which is a vital source of revenue.
He went on to say that the seven-day rickshaw excursion to Khunjerab will be a significant lure for tourists, and he urged the government to assist with visas and other services to boost the number of visitors.
To ensure better security for tourists, the provincial administration of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa developed a new tourism police unit in the province.