When it comes to traveling, there are various aspects governing it which one needs to look at before deciding upon whether they can go on to satiating their thirst for travel expedition. One of these travel aspects is money. It is often the factor that forces people to hold their horses and stop them from traveling around the world.
People often feel that they are tight on their budgets at the end of the month or the year. This is perhaps because they are involved in shopping to welcome the new year in the best possible manner. Despite the tight budget, especially at the year, Jovago Pakistan (an online hotel booking website) believes that you can still travel to various places. with the help of some tips and tricks.
Rather than traveling abroad to spend your vacations, you can set on a journey to explore the sheer beauty of Pakistan, that too without causing a strain to your budget. You can places that can still fit your limited amount of money are as follows:
The beautiful hill station of Ziarat, which is the capital of the Ziarat District in Balochistan, is situated at an altitude of 8000 feet. It is home to the world’s second largest juniper forest, which is a must see sight especially in the winter season when the area is covered in the blanket of snow.
2- Kund Malir
In the largest province lies an exotic beach by the name of Kund Malir. It is located at an approximate distance of 230 km from Karachi. Kund Malir is located near the Hingol National Park which is Pakistan’s largest national park. It is considered to be a natural wonder because of it being a beautiful desert beach with palm trees on the shoreline.
3- Kachura Lake
In the area of Gilgit-Baltistan, flows the Kachura lake. The lake, at an altitude of 8200 feet, comprises of two lakes in the Skardu District. Among the two lakes, the lower Kachura Lake is commonly known as Shangrila Lake and is a popular tourist destination.
4- Gorakh Hill Station
The province of Sindh has its very own hill station. In the town of Dadu, lies the Gorakh hill station at the border of Sindh and Balochistan. The hill station enjoys the status of being the highest point in Sindh.
If you have any other place that can fit in your year-end budget, then do share it with us in the comments section below..
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