Foreign tourists must visit Pakistan to enjoy its beauty: Spanish biker Paul

Eurasia News

Islamabad: Foreign tourists must visit Pakistan and they should not be afraid after incident of Nanga Parbat base camp. This was stated by a Spanish motor-bike tourists Paul Jene during an interview with Dispatch News Desk (DND).

Paul said that foreign tourists should keep visiting Pakistan and mountaineers should continue climbing high peaks of this wonderful country. Pakistan has great potential and countless tourist attractions. He said that he was travelling from Iran border to Quetta on the day when the tragic incident of killing of foreign climbers at Nanga Parbat base camp occurred. Paul said that upon arrival in Quetta, People and police told him to cancel his tour due to bad security situation in Pakistan. But he insisted that he was not afraid and shall continue his travel through Pakistan.

He told that after that he visited Moenjodaro, Sukkur and Bahawalpur before reaching Multan on his Honda 750 motorbike to meet renowned Pakistani motor biker friend Mr. Iqbal Ghangla who offered his hospitality in Multan who then drove his bike from Multan to Islamabad via Lahore. In Lahore he met friends of Motobike Association of Pakistan (MAP) and was impressed by warmth and hospitality of people of Pakistan.

Paul also drove on Motorway (M-2) and appreciated the road condition. He also visited Murree and Galiat and enjoyed cool weather there.

In Islamabad, Mr. Iqbal Ghangla and Paul were warmly welcomed by Tayyab Mir, Manager (Publicity & Promotion) of Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) who chalked out his program to visit Karakoram Highway, Gilgit, Hunza, Khunjerab Pass (China border) and back to Islamabad via Kaghan Valley. Paul said he was looking forward to see some of the spectacular mountain scenery of Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region and Kaghan Valley. He said he has heard much about Lake Saiful Maluk where he would like to spend a night in his tent, to watch fairies taking bath in the Lake in full moon.

Paul Jene appealed to foreign tourists as well as Pakistani people to visit explore beautiful place of this wonderful country, at least once in their lifetime.