Pakistan named No 1 travel destination and the top holiday destination by United States-based luxury and lifestyle publication Conde Nast Traveler.
The British Backpacker Society had also ranked Pakistan the number one travel destination in the world.
The travel company Wild Frontiers named Pakistan as the country to travel to in 2020.
According to Gilgit Baltistan News Hunza reported "ZERO" Covid-19 ( Pandemic) cases Sirbaz Khan became the first Summiteer to summit all the 14 peaks of the world.
Astore valley remained unexplored by Tourists, there many tourist spots in the heavenly valleys of Astore including , Kashroo Niral, RAMA Valley, Deosai, Dumail (Rainbow Lake) , Derley Lake, Allah Wala Lake Urdung Parishing valley, Minimerg, Rupal Valley , Kal valley. The spring of these valleys tempering intuitional feeling and one would like to be lost in the bublime landscape of the nature.
Swat Valley is known as the “mini-Switzerland”. Its landscapes are a proof of natural beauty and it was one of the most visited areas and had a major tourism industry. Swat is in the Malakand Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Centred upon the upper portions of the Swat River, the modern-day district was a major centre of early Buddhism under the ancient kingdom of Gandhara, due to which a strong presence of Buddhist cultural influence exists in the region. Swat was home to Hinduism and later Gandharan Buddhism until the 10th century, after which the area predominantly came under Muslim control and Islamic influence.
Until 1969, Swat was part of the Yusufzai State of Swat, a self-governing princely state that was inherited by Pakistan following its independence from British rule. The average elevation of Swat is 980 m (3,220 ft), resulting in a considerably cooler and wetter climate compared to the rest of Pakistan. With lush forests, verdant alpine meadows, and snow-capped mountains, Swat is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.
The top tourist places and destination include, Saidu Sharif, Mingora, Marghazar White Palace, Bahrain, Madyan, Shingrai Waterfall, Shingardar Stupa, Shangla Top, Malam Jabba Ski Resort, Kalam Valley, Gabin Jabba, Kumrat Valley, Fizagat Park, Peuchar Valley and over 12 Lakes including Spin Khwar (White Stream) Lake, Khaipro Lakes, Kandol Lake, Izmis lake etc
"HUNZA" known as Heaven on Earth is a beautiful mountainous valley located in the Gilgit- Baltistan region of Pakistan. Situated at the north/west of the Hunza River, it is surrounded by several high peaks including Rakaposhi, Hunza Peak, Bojahagur Duanasir II, Darmyani Peak, Ghenta Sar, Ultar Sar and Ladyfinger Peak. The Capital of Hunza " KARIMABAD" is guarded and surrounded by three of the world's highest mountain peaks – Ladyfinger Peak (7,400m), Ultar Sar (7,500m), and the stunning Rakaposhi (7,788m). The Altit Valley Duaker Valley, the natural lake of Attababd, 800 years old forts of Baltit and Altit Forts, many more heavenly valleys along side the stunning river Hunza are worth discovering and exploring. The Pak-China border Khunjerab (4,693-meter (15,397 ft)-high mountain pass in the Karakoram Mountains, "Hussaini Bridge" (known as the most dangerous bridge in the world, only one of many precarious rope bridges in Northern Pakistan), cross it. and show how brave you are! It has 399 steps only half a meter apart,
The Majestic Skardu Valley surrounded by mighty Karakorum, Himalaya, and Hindu Kush mountain ranges. Skardu, famous for climbing, mountaineering all around the world. Along with this, Skardu host the second Highest mountain of World and Pakistan Highest mountain, K2 (8,611 m).Skardu Valley, at the confluence of the Indus and Shigar Rivers.
The attractions in Skardu include, lakes, stunning valleys, Deosai National Park, Upper Kachura Lake, Manthokha Waterfall, Speciality Museums, Kharpocho fort etc. Skardu, along with Gilgit, is a major tourism, trekking and expedition hub in Gilgit–Baltistan. The mountainous terrain of the region, which includes four of the world's 14 Eight-thousander peaks, attracts tourists, trekkers and mountaineers from around the world. The main tourist season is from April to October; except at this time, the area can be cut off for extended periods by the snowy, freezing winter weather