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400,000+Tourists Visited KPK on Eid Holidays

During Eidul Azha, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa experienced a significant increase in tourism, with more than 400,000 people visiting its beautiful spots between June 17 and 19. This surge in tourists highlights the region’s growing appeal to domestic travelers, who are drawn by its natural beauty, cultural heritage, and opportunities for adventure.

The Naran Kaghan Valley stood out as the top destination, attracting 174,000 tourists who were captivated by its stunning landscapes and picturesque valleys. Galiyat also saw a large number of visitors, with 162,000 people exploring its rich cultural and historical sites.

Malam Jabba in Swat was another popular spot, with 46,000 tourists enjoying its various attractions. Meanwhile, Upper Dir hosted 23,000 visitors who came to experience its natural beauty.

The influx of tourists underscores the increasing popularity of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa among Pakistani travelers. The region offers a wide range of experiences, from breathtaking scenery to cultural and historical landmarks.

Local authorities and businesses played a crucial role in managing this surge in tourism. They ensured that visitors had a memorable experience while also handling the increased tourist flow responsibly. This involved maintaining order, providing necessary services, and preserving the natural and cultural integrity of the sites.

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