Pakistan ranked number one adventure travel destination

The British Backpacker Society ranks Pakistan number one out of 20 other adventure travel destinations


APP January 09, 2018
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ISLAMABAD: The British Backpacker Society ranked Pakistan number one out of 20 other adventure travel destinations because they consider Pakistan one of the friendliest countries in the world with mountain scenery that is beyond anyone's wildest dreams.

The team encouraged people from around the world to travel to Pakistan and assured that their perception of the country will be changed forever once they're done.

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During their 4 to 5 years of travel, the team of Samuel Joynson and Michael Worral of British Backpacker Society from Bournemouth has traveled more than 80 destinations.

Pakistan identified as top travel destination

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Here are the top 20 destinations they picked; Pakistan, Russia, India, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Tajikistan, China, Georgia, Uganda, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Jordan, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria, Montenegro, Egypt, Rwanda, Uzbekistan and  Kosovo.

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The team at the British Backpacker Society will continue its journey and travel more destinations. They will compile a new list of top adventure travel destinations of the world.

COMMENTS (4)

Hasan | 4 years ago | Reply Lets not get too far ahead of ourselves here. When these Goras talk about adventure to appeal to their niche audience, it specifically means countries that are way outside of main stream and are considered dangerous. Look at the other countries with whom we are sharing the list.....Bosnia, Georgia, Uganda, Rwanda, Congo. Most of them have war zones in there. So its not necessary a good thing to be on this list.
Waqar khan | 4 years ago | Reply AssalamoAlikum!! Yeh this is true. Pakistan. Is country Worth to visit
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