We can use different words to describe what Pakistan is and what it stands for, but the best way to describe it is just like that. Pakistan is an emotion in itself, which the people of this beautiful country represent. Why do you think western vloggers and bloggers love coming to Pakistan and seeing for themselves what a beautiful country this is.
Drew Binsky is one of the lucky ones who had the opportunity to travel to Pakistan and see for themselves what a hospitable country it is. In his own words, he has said, ‘I have not spent a single penny while in Pakistan. It was not because I did not want to but because the people of Pakistan are very hospitable and did not let me spend a single penny.’
This is one of the best things about Pakistan. We know our country and see that it has a lot of things that are bound to attract the attention of tourists. We have monumental buildings and ancient sites that people from all over the world want to see. Not to mention that our northern areas are full of unique places to visit.
We know and understand that they are our guests in the country. For this reason, the people of Pakistan show them the beauty within themselves. They respect their guests; they offer them the hospitality that renders the western guests speechless.
Here are the reviews of some vloggers who have visited Pakistan in the last some years.
‘’Why not? I like to travel to “off the beaten track” places, which haven’t yet been consumed by mass tourism. There’s no denying Pakistan qualifies! I first ended up there in 2016. I was traveling overland only – no flights – and my only options were Afghanistan (difficult), Turkmenistan (no independent travel), and Pakistan from Iran. The internet told me I would probably die if I did, but I’d read a forum post by someone who said they had a lovely time in Pakistan. That’s all the motivation I needed.’’ – Alex Reynolds.
— Currentpak (@_currentpak) January 20, 2022
“When wealth is gone, nothing is lost. When health is gone, something is lost. When a character is gone, everything is lost – this couldn’t describe Pakistani people any better – kindness, generosity, love, and support is authentic and more important than anything!” – Jay Palfrey
“In 2019, I spent a month traveling around Pakistan, and this was one of the most incredible structures I had the privilege of visiting. The Badshahi Mosque in Lahore was constructed in 1674 during the Mughal Empire and is one of the city’s best-known landmarks epitomizing the beauty and grandeur of Pakistan’s Mughal history.” – Haley Dasovich
These are just some words of appreciation by the people who have visited Pakistan and have fallen in love with our country.
This is undoubtedly a proud moment for all of us. We should continue to keep this spirit and make sure that everyone who comes to Pakistan falls in love with our country! Pakistan Zindabad!