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What to See and Do in Pakistan

What to See and Do in Pakistan

About Pakistan   Pakistan is the difficult child of the region South Asia – blessed with rich natural and historical riches, but plagued by political instability, which has kept the country off the radar for all but the most hardened explorers.   Pakistan is considered to be a populous and multiethnic country in South Asia. Having a predominately Indo-Iranian speaking population, Pakistan has historically and culturally been associated with its neighbours India, Iran, and Afghanistan. Since Pakistan and India achieved independence in the year 1947, Pakistan has been distinguished from its larger southeastern neighbour by its overwhelmingly Muslim population. Pakistan has strived throughout its existence to attain political stability and maintained social development. Its capital is Islamabad, in the foothills of the Himalayas in the northern part of the country, and its largest city is Karachi, in the south on the coast of the Arabian Sea.   Pakistan contains a rich diversity of landscapes, starting in the northwest, from the soaring Pamirs and the Karakoram Range through a network of mountain ranges, a complex of beautiful valleys, and inhospitable plateaus, down to the remarkably even surface of the fertile Indus River plain, which drains southward into the Arabian Sea. It comprises a section of the ancient Khyber Pass and Silk Road, the famous passageway that has brought outside influences into the otherwise isolated subcontinent. High peaks such as K2 and Nanga Parbat, in the Pakistani-administered region of Azad Kashmir, present a challenging lure to mountain climbers. Along the Indus River, the course of the country, the ancient site of Mohenjo-Daro, signifies one of the cradles of civilization.     Pakistan Tourism Industry   Tourism is a cultural, societal, and monetary factor that involves the movement of persons to sites...

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What to See and Do in Kenya

What to See and Do in Kenya

Kenya is the most popular and diverse country in East Africa. With its culture, history, hospitality, monuments, and amazing landscapes, Kenya has it all. It is one of the few destinations where you can enjoy ultimate safari experience, hike on the hills, or chill on silvery sand beaches without spending big. Here is what to see and do in Kenya Visit the major cities Nairobi When you visit Kenya, you land in the capital city of Nairobi. It is a fast-paced city riddled with thrilling experiences and lots of options to discover. Among the things to see in Nairobi include: David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust This is a non-profit trust launched in 1977 after the passing on of David Sheldrick, who was an anti-poaching warden at Tsavo National Park. Alongside his wife, Daphne, they established the practices of raising orphaned elephants and black rhinos and reintroducing them unto the wild. The trust works closely with the Tsavo, despite it being stationed in Nairobi. Nairobi National Park Nairobi National Park offers one of the most accessible but incongruous safari experience you will ever come across. The national park is located on the southern outskirts of Nairobi and only measures 117 square kilometers, making it one of the smallest national parks in Africa. It has an abundance of animals that can be viewed against the city skyline. The Nairobi National Park is one of the few national parks in the world that borders a capital city. National Museum Visit the National Museum to learn a thing or two about the history and culture of Kenyan people. There are lots of natural-history exhibits as well as life-size fiberglass model of pachyderm luminary Ahmed, the gigantic elephant that becomes popular in the height of...

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