Pakistan ranked among best tourism destinations of 2020: The Independent Report
ISLAMABAD - Traveling around the globe and witnessing some of the coolest places on Earth is a dream for many of us. While we want to explore the rest of the world, travel experts are tipping Pakistan as the next big thing in the tourism sector.
According to a list published by the Independent, experts have recommended 20 places for travel lovers to explore in 2020, and yes, Pakistan is on that list. The title of the article is ‘This is Where the Experts Recommend for Travel Next Year, From Egypt to Pakistan link ‘. ------------------------------
The list of destinations has been compiled by independent tour operators, travel guide platforms and travel experts. Countries like Egypt, Pakistan, Greece, etc. are going to be huge hits in the coming years.
The UK-based travel planner, Wild Frontiers, has recommended Pakistan for travel next year. Let’s read what they have to say about the country’s potential.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to Pakistan this autumn put the country back into the spotlight. Plus, it’s now easier to get there from London, thanks to new direct British Airways flights to Pakistan’s capital Islamabad.
“Tour operator Wild Frontiers has been tipping Pakistan as the next big destination for a couple of years – it has seen an increase in customer numbers of 20 percent this year compared to 2018”, the Independent wrote on Monday. ------------------------------
Here are the other places to visit in 2020 on the list: *Where* *Who* Egypt Abercrombie & Kent Pakistan Wild Frontiers Milwaukee, US Airbnb Copenhagen, Denmark Preferred Travel Kent, England i-escape Chad Wild Frontiers Peru Exodus Sichuan, China Black Tomato Aberdeen, Scotland Airbnb New England American Sky Bhutan Lonely Planet Kyrgyzstan Original Travel North Macedonia Hotels.com Galway, Ireland Rough Rides Sri Lanka Scott Dunn Romania Airbnb Vienna Hills Balfour Mexico City Sunvil Latin America Hydra, Greece Black Tomato Tbilisi, Georgia Rough Rides